Unique classic steel sailing sloop !
Specs, Equipment and Information:
De Vries Lentsch
Year Build: 1917
LOA: 12,5 (with bowsprit 14m)
Beam: 3.83 m
Maximum Draft: 1.80 m
Displacement: 20000 kgs Dry Load
Cruising Speed: 6 kn
Max Speed: 9 kn
Total Power: 55 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1983
Engine Model: 4JHHTE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Fuel consumption: ca. 2,5 L / h
Fuel: 300 Liter (2 tanks)
Water: 900 Liter (2 tanks)
Big cockpit (10 pers) / Entrance with port and starbord 1 pers. cabins / Big saloon (8 pers sitting, convertible 4 pers. sleeping) /Galley and Bathroom (toilet, washing baisin + shower) / Masters cabin (2 pers)
2 handheld GPS
Depth sounder Target
Handheld VHF submersible Standard horizon
Barometer and Clock
Various Charts and Pilots
2 solar panels with automatic battery charger
2 x 110 a/h service batteries/ 1 x 90 a/h starter battery
1 ABI hand anchor winch
50m chain + 1 Bruce 20kg / 1 CQR 27kg / 1 fischerman 20kg
Cold pressured watersystem + 2 footpump
3 burner gas stove
12v top loading fridge
Webasto heating system(not working)
Car radio hifi system
1000 watt Honda 220 generator
1 searchlight 12 volt
6 pers. Liferaft out of date
Dinghy Avon 6 pers. with 2hp 4 stroke Susuki
6 Life Jackets
2 survival suits
2 Fire Extinguishers
2 harnas for life line
Sails & Rigging
Sloop cutter rig
1 helm stearing system
This great and beautiful old lady`s name is De Rob.
De Rob is a unique example of one of the first build sailing yachts in Holland.
The builder, mr. W. de Vries Lentsch, build it for himself and family.
The hull is made of riveted iron. The design is one of a rescue sloop of those days.
All the decks, topside and interior is made from heavy teak (deck is 4cm thick)
In 1962 she had a big complete overhaul, which has been done again by the current owner between 1995-2000.
The engine has been overhauld in 2000.
The beautiful classic teak interior is practicaly all original.
She is a very steady comforable live aboard (and small charter) ocean cruiser. This is where she is been used for in the Carabian and south America the last 15 years and still is used for today around Belize, Guatemala.
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