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1984 Scorpio 72

$404,407 Listed price: €359,200 Upon request, Croatia
Make Scorpio
Model 72
Year 1984
Condition Used
Price €359,200
Fractional Shares 1
Type Sail
Class Cruiser (Sail)
Length 72 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fiberglass
Location Upon request, Croatia
Tax Status Tax Not Paid
LOA 71 ft 12 in
Fuel Type Diesel
Fuel Tanks 1
Fresh Water Tanks 1
Holding Tanks 1

Description

The Scorpio 72 is a very nice and comfortable blue cruise sailing yacht in excellent condition and very well equipped.

Completely refitted in 2008 with a lot of upgrades, new teak deck, overhauled engine, new generator,  Hull AWL Grip paint in 2009, NEW Water-maker, etc…!

 

 

Specifications
Length: 22.80 m
Beam: 5.15m
Depth: 2.24m
Displacement: 40 t
Hull material: GRP
Deck material: Teak
Refits: 1996 / 2006 / COMPLETELY REFITTED IN 2008
Perkins 1 x 200 hp, refitted 2008 –
Range 1000 nm
Speed (engine) 8,0 cruis. - 12,0 kts max
Speed (sailing) up to 12 kts

Fuel 2000 l
Water 2000 l
Waste 600 l

Generator 17,5 kw ONAN  (2008)

 

ACCOMODATIONS

Spacious and comfortable saloon with sofa's with light colored upholstery and deckchairs and saloon table with space for bottles, round sit/lounge with table.

4 double cabins with 4 private heads (toilet, shower and washbasin with marble top) and vanity table, Captain’s cabin and crew quarters, Toilets & Showers 5 (2008), Crew cabin in front,

Well equipped galley with: Cool veg. storage and deep freeze, Large refrigerator, Oven with 3 burner stove – NEW 2011, 2 stainless steel sinks, Lots of storage place in cupboards and drawers

 

Equipment

Ketch rigged, 2 aluminium masts (2 double spreaders) and boom,  Genoa furler, Sails 6 include drifter and spinnaker, main and mizzen ALL SAILS COMPLETELY REFFITED 2011, Lazy bags and lazy jacks – NEW 2011, Sail Covers. Compass, VHF (2009), Special navigation system NAV PRO (vector charts)  (2009), Raychart 435 System (2009). ST60 Wind analogue vane system (2009), ST60 CH/VMG wind display (2009), ST60 Tridata digital system (2009), SPX30 Smartpilot core pack (2009), ST6002 Control unit (2009), Simrad radar and plotter, Complete safety equipment, Life raft 2 x 6 pax, Life jackets: 12, Fire extinguishers: 10 and auto engine system, anchors 2 x with 120 m chain, Electric anchor windlass,  Music & TV set, CD and DVD library, Generator 17,5 kw ONAN  (2008), Air condition reverse cycle in all spaces  - RECONDITION AND REPOSITION OF AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM 2011,  Boiler (2008), Heating, Quick charger 80A/12V (2008), Bosch alternator (2009), Bow thruster (2008) – NEW Z-DRIVE 2011, Water-maker 130 l/h (2008).

 

ADDITIONAL:

Dinghy 3.50 with outboard: 15 hp Mercury (2009), Sun awning, Yacht mobile telephone, Complete charter equipment, Windsurf, canoe and snorkeling equipment, Shower on deck, Dorades for ventilation, Davits, BBQ, Swimming ladder, etc…!

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