Contest 42 Ketch
The Eleonor, a by Dick Zaal designed first build of a total of 30 built Contest 42 ketch ships is impressive. The ship is extremely heavy build and is very complete. She easily combines her good sailing capacity with a lot of comfort and is under all circumstances easy to manoeuvre. The ship is well maintained and has a classic and warm teak interior. There is a lot renewed on the ship. The complete standing rigg was replaced in 1993 by an heavy duty rigg. The mast base is hereby fully restored and improved. All Lead Sails were replaced in 2003. The large spacious center cockpit provides accommodation up to six adults and is sheltered by the fixed aluminum windows. The underwater ship is treated with 6 layers of epoxy, and the hull is professionally painted with a 2-component lacquer in 2010. Inside she offers with her 4 cabins and seven fixed and two additional beds a lot of living and sleeping space. All upholstery and cushions were replaced in 2004. The from inside accessible owner's cabin is spacious and has ample storage space. The galley is well equipped. There is even a workshop with headroom on board. In the front a double cabin and in the hallway to the master cabin lies a double bunk cage. The engine was overhauled in 1994, the exact number of operating hours is approximately 600 hrs after overhauling. In short an ideal ship for a new large trip or for live-aboards. The illustrated sailingdinghy may be taken over. VAT paid.
Yard build classic and tough Centercockpit built by Conyplex yard in Medemblik, built in 1977 with building number 01, round bilge long fin keel, weighing 14,000 kilos with 4250 kg ballast, Dimensions: 13.00 x 4.00 x 2.00, Aluminium windows, nine berths, forward cabin double bed, bed length 2.00 meters, aft cabin double bedlength 2.00 meters and an additional cage-cum-sofa bedlength 2.00 meters, 2 bunk crew cabin to starboard, two beds on the long couches in the living room bed length 2.00 meters, headroom salon 1.96, steering wheel controled, stainless steel swim ladder, Bruce Anchor on Maxwell high speed electric windlass with 70 meters chain, Fortress anchor. 6 pers. Liferaft 6 persons (acquisition in 2007), should be approved.
Volvo Penta MD21A 52 hp, building number 3122148, year 1977, diesel consumption about 3 liters / hour, Shaft with 3 bladed fixed propeller, intercooling, new plastic steel fuel tank 350 liter Dayuse fueltank about 20 liters, tachometer, signal oil pressure and temperature. Fuel gauge. Engine overhaul in 1994. Engine Hours unknown.
Vertical clearance approx 18m, ketch rigged, Rigg completely replaced in 1993 Aluminium mast and boom and rigging, both masts fully equipped with mast steps, Genoa furler, baby forestay, battened mainsail from 2003. The ship is equipped with Furling (2003), mizzen (2003), Spinnaker trunk, storm jib, Blooper, trysail and a mizzen staysail. Sails are in good to very good condition. 2 pieces spinnaker pole, jibe catchsystem, 2 large pieces Barlow 32 self-tailing winches, 2 Andersen 40 self tailing sheet winches, 2 Andersen 28 sheet self tailing winches. 3 halyardwinches. Stainless steel davits for the dinghy.
Navigation and equipment:
1x starter battery 120 Ah, 3x 100 Ah, shore power, Victron battery charger, 2x converters (800 + 250 Watt) Icom VHF, Raymarine ST60Windset, Raymarine ST60 log, Autohelm 4000 autopilot, Furuno radar 16 Sestrel Moore Compass, navigation computer Stentec Nav . Software, radio / CD player. Akai LED TV.
Gas and water:
4x stainless steel tanks together 1,000 liters, water pressure system, 2 x Under Water toilet (renewed in 2015), 2 x shower, Geyser for hot water, Coolmatic coolbox, 3-burner stove with oven. Gas storage with drainage, Heatpol diesel heating. All Seacocks replaced.
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Broker for this ship is Joop Oosterbeek, +31 (0)88-2502503