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Mediterranean Yachts

C Benito Feijoo, Local 7
Puerto Portals, Mallorca
07181
Spain

Fax:  +34 971 67 69 30

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1978 Ortona Navi 33.30m Staysail Schooner

EUR 1,500,000 (Listed price: US$1,942,350)

Unknown,France

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Description/Condition

Beautiful 2 masted stay-sail Schooner 33.30m built 1978 by Ortona Navi Shipyard, designed by Giorgetti et Magrini. Steel hull / aluminium superstructure. The yacht was completely rebuilt from the bare hull in 2001/2003 by the current owner in Italy at the CN Sestri yard under Bureau Veritas control and with help of designer Angelo Orlandini. 2 x Caterpillar 350 hp engines, transatlantic range. 4 double guest cabins + 3 crew cabins. French commercial flag. Kept in Bureau Veritas Maltese Cross class (last inspection 2010). SERIOUSLY FOR SALE, JUST REDUCED, PRICED TO SELL!




Boat Details
Fuel DieselHull Material Steel 
Beam 24 ft 11 inMax Draft 13 ft 1 in 
Engine Make CaterpillarFuel Capacity 4490 gal 
Length Overall 109 ft 3 inWater Capacity 10000 gal 
Number of Engines 1    
For Sale by

Mediterranean Yachts

C Benito Feijoo, Local 7
Puerto Portals, Mallorca
07181
Spain

Fax:  +34 971 67 69 30

Construction & Class

Built in 1978 at the Ortona Navi Shipyard (builder of the first Perini Navi), design by Giorgetti et Magrini. Steel hull and deck, aluminium superstructure, light alloy for the roof. Complete reconstruction from bare hull in 2001/2003 by current owner at the CN Sestri yard in Italy under Bureau Veritas control and with the cooperation of the designer Angelo Orlandini. Kept in Bureau Veritas 981T1 Maltese Cross class, last inspection 2010. Bureau Veritas performed an untra-sonic test of the hull and found no structural defects, thickness was found to 7mm along centre-line, 5mm above and 10mm for the ballast casing.

History

The yacht has done extensive cruising in the Red Sea and Indian Ocean for charter activities and diving up to 1995 entertaining 16 people aboard. She was hauled out and laid up in 1995 and underwent a rebuilt into a pleasure yacht by her 2nd owner who was unable to finish due to ill health. The present owner bought her in 2001 and she underwent a complete reconstruction from bare hull in 2001/2003.

Engines

Powered by twin Caterpillar 3196 diesel engines of 350 hp each wth 4.000 hours run. Consumption of 80 L/H, fuel capacity 17.000 L, transatlantic range with a fuel consumption of only 40 L/H. Water capacity 10.000 L.

Accommodation

Sleeps 8 in 4 double staterooms all ensuite. Master cabin aft with double bed, flatscreen TV, DVD, ensuite bath with jacuzzi and steam-bath. Forward guest stateroom with double bed, flatscreen TV, ensuite bath. 2 twin guest cabins both with ensuite bathrooms and TV. Stereo system with CD throughout. 42" Panasonic plasma TV in saloon, DVD, Mini DV cam recorder, Pentium 4 computer (windows XP), Bose sound system. Mahogany wood in saloon & master, cherry wood in cabins & pilot-house. Ceiling halogen lights with dimmers. 3 crew cabins sleeping 6 (1 double, 2 twin with bathrooms), crew mess.

Galley

Combined oven, electric + steam cooker.  
Electric induction cooking plate GAGGENAU. Fixed, no gimbal.
Electric multi-function microwave oven GAGGENAU.  
Electric grill GAGGENAU.  
Electric steam cooker GAGGENAU.  
Stainlees steel hood.
LIEBEHRR deep-freezer.
LIEBEHRR fridge.
MIELE dish-washer.

Corridor in front of the Eng. Room :

LIEBEHRR vegetable fridge with glass door.
LIEBEHRR deep-freezer.
LIEBEHRR fridge.
MIELE washing machine + dryer

Sails

All sails by Incidence, all from 2004, all in good condition.

Yankee:
Hydraulic furler BAMAR. Local control on deck and remote control in pilot-house.
Tracks and cars on aft toe rail : FREDERIKSEN. On each side, a stainless steel hydraulic winch ANDERSEN 4500 STH  for sheet control. Cover broken for the Port one.
Stay-sail:
Hydraulic furler BAMAR. Local control on deck and remote control in pilot-house.
Transversal track and car : FREDERIKSEN on fore deck. Self-tacking. The Port stainless steel hydraulic winch ANDERSEN 66ST is used to control the self-tacking traveller and to control the sheet the same winch or the Stbd one is used.
Stay-sail:
Hydraulic furler BAMAR. Local control on deck and remote control in pilot-house.
Transversal track and car : FREDERIKSEN on the roof. Self-tacking. One stainless steel hydraulic winch ANDERSEN 44ST to control the self-tacking traveller and one ANDERSEN 66ST to control the sheet. Stainless steel ladder to go on the roof in addition of the teak scales.
Mainsail on aft mast:
Two stainless steel hydraulic winches ANDERSEN 44ST two life-lines to secure
round the mast step to hoist the main. A third one for reefing. Two stainless steel hydraulic winches ANDERSEN 78ST on aft deck to control both main sheets.
SPI.
Fisherman, unused (between the two masts):
Two BAMAR électro-hydraulic power units, 24V (Domestic Batt.), located aft Stb side of the Eng. Room. They supply the furlers and the Andersen winches. Furlers and the Andersen winches have a local control on deck and remote control in pilot-house.

Running rigging

Fore deck, on each side of the mast : 2 hydraulic ANDERSEN 66ST  for yankee, stay-sail and fisherman halyards and for stay-sail traveller car adjustment and sheet tension.
Roof, in front of pilot-house, Port side : 1 hydraulic ANDERSEN 44ST for stay-sail traveller car adjustment and 1 hydraulic ANDERSEN 66ST for sheet tension.
Roof, above the pilot-house, round mast step : 3 hydraulic ANDERSEN 66ST for main sail (halyard and reefing).
On side-decks : 2 manual HARKEN 64-2 ST for fore mast back-stays. Manual to avoid to over-pulling the back-stays.
Aft deck : 2 hydraulic ANDERSEN 4500 STH for yankee sheets.
Aft deck : 2 hydraulic ANDERSEN 78ST for main sheets
Halyards: Except for the spi and the main, they are hoisted by a winch and blocked in a coin-squeezer Spinlock cleat.
Sheets
WINCHES

Spars & standing rigging

SPARS : lacquered light alloy (paint 2002), masts from the origin. The lower part of the masts had been changed. The tanks vents are hiden inside.

  • Fore mast :
    • Keel stepped type.
    • 2 stages of spreaders. Flood lights under.
    • Ball bearing track for the fisherman.
    • A bump on the mast, below the upper spreaders : without consequence.
  • Spi-pole stored along the mast.
  • Main aft mast :
    • Keel stepped type.
    • 2 stages of spreaders. Flood lights under.
    • Ball bearing track for full-batten mainsail.
    • Horn, SAT TV and two radar antennae on mast.
  • Boom : alu, 2002, open type to store the main with the help of the lazy-jacks. Paint blisters under the boom, around the main sheet fittings.

6-2°) STANDING RIGGING : stainless steel with swaged terminals : dated 2002. Rough appreciation : over-sized.

  • Fore mast :
  • Stay : with BAMAR furler.
  • Fore-stay : with BAMAR furler.
  • Lateral shrouds (fore and aft shrouds). Leather for turnbuckles protection.
  • backstays : ropes, tension by blocks and manual HARKEN 64-2ST winches.
  • Springstay between tops of both masts to maintain it aftwards (manual Navtec hydraulic jack for adjusting the tension).
  • Aft main mast :
    • Springstay between tops of both masts to maintain it forewards.
    • Lateral shrouds (fore and aft shrouds). Leather for turnbuckles protection.

Backstay : with hydraulic manual tensioner NAVTEC (power unit in Stbd cockpit coaming

Additional equipment

Nauto NP60 autopilot

Northstar AP380 autopilot

Hydraulic steering

Raymarine angle indicator

Anschutz gyro compass

Joystick for fast control

Double controls

Rodriguez 65 hp bow thruster (hydraulic)

2 x 55 KW Kohler generators (8.000 hrs)

Air conditioning reverse cycle throughout (new compressor 2012)

Rodriguez roll stabiliser (hydraulic)

Inmarsat C satelite Mini M GSM/GPRS network

Maxwell 8000 hydraulic windlass

155 kg High Grade anchor w/chain

Aluminium passarelle

VHF / SSB radio

Phone / Telecopy / Internet

Lomac 5m rib centre console with Yamaha 60 hp 4-stroke outboard

Kawasaki jetski

Sunbathing mattresses

2 x dive compressors & equipment

Wetbar on deck with icemaker & fridge

Jacuzzi for 2 on deck

Water skiing gear

Refrigerated wine cellar / cigar cellar

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.