For Sale by


Sandeman Yacht Company Ltd

33 High Street
Poole
BH15 1AB
United Kingdom

Fax:  +44 (0)1202 330060

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1900 Summers and Payne Yawl

EUR 350,000 (Listed price: US$467,005)

Unknown,Germany

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Description/Condition


Never before have we been able to display a recent picture of a fully restored yacht under full sail but then to offer her as a partial rebuild project. Certainly this has been a sad story for her current owners but in turn ARTEMIS represents an exciting opportunity for her next owner.  Much of her ten year almost unlimited budget restoration remains intact and her very extensive inventory and perfectly crafted fittings very little used.

An understanding of the key works to be undertaken now to bring her back into seaworthy – if not concourse condition are outlined in the Project section below assisted by careful scrutiny of the pictures provided herein. The sailing pictures are one from 1904 and the other 2008 – post restoration. Otherwise they represent her present condition; the lighting of the interior pictures effectively revealing the present absence of planking below the water line.

This yacht is being sold with the hull in the condition as is.  Any purchaser should indeed ascertain by survey the work, an outline assessment of which is given here, in order to cost the labour and materials to make her good; not for the purpose of negotiation. The listing price therefore reflects quite properly the very substantial inventory that goes with her.




Boat Details
Fuel DieselHull Material Wood 
Beam 16 ft 7 inMax Draft 12 ft 
Draft Board/Drive Up 12 ftLength at Waterline 76 ft 10 in 
Length on Deck 95 ft 9 inLength Overall 118 ft 
Number of Engines 1    
For Sale by

Sandeman Yacht Company Ltd

33 High Street
Poole
BH15 1AB
United Kingdom

Fax:  +44 (0)1202 330060

Title Picture

 This picture is historic and does not portray the vessel’s current condition as a project

Brokers Comments

Never before have we been able to display a recent picture of a fully restored yacht under full sail but then to offer her as a partial rebuild project. Certainly this has been a sad story for her current owners but in turn ARTEMIS represents an exciting opportunity for her next owner.  Much of her ten year almost unlimited budget restoration remains intact and her very extensive inventory and perfectly crafted fittings very little used.

An understanding of the key works to be undertaken now to bring her back into seaworthy – if not concourse condition are outlined in the Project section below assisted by careful scrutiny of the pictures provided herein. The sailing pictures are one from 1904 and the other 2008 – post restoration. Otherwise they represent her present condition; the lighting of the interior pictures effectively revealing the present absence of planking below the water line.

This yacht is being sold with the hull in the condition as is.  Any purchaser should indeed ascertain by survey the work, an outline assessment of which is given here, in order to cost the labour and materials to make her good; not for the purpose of negotiation. The listing price therefore reflects quite properly the very substantial inventory that goes with her.

History

Commissioned by Frank Pearson, son of the renowned architect John Loughborough Pearson and designed by Arthur E. Payne; ARTEMIS was built at the famous Summers & Payne yard in Southampton. The yard is noted for having built numerous beautiful yachts, including for example the nearly identical yawl LEANDER. Pearson ran the yacht with a paid crew of five and participated in several races, such as the Heligoland - and the Kiel Week races in the year 1900. After only four years of ownership however he sold to Colonel W. G. Nicholson, a member of the Royal Yacht Squadron, who was to sail ARTEMIS most actively on the Home waters racing circuits up until 1938.

During WW II ARTEMIS having been de-rigged and her lead keel melted into bullets. was laid up as a house boat in West Mersea, It was in 1994 when, what remained of her was sold and shipped to Germany. An important NGO in Hamburg had acquired the hull for apprentice boat builders to be trained and qualified in the very process of restoring ARTEMIS. It was to take over a decade to achieve this, with several interruptions marking the periodic drying up of state support. In 2002 however the Foundation Stiftung Hamburg Maritim took over and finally managed to bring her back under sail again in 2008 after a very high quality refit. At the end of the first sailing season, some planking below the waterline was found very unfortunately to have been infested by a fungus, attributable to her having lain for a long period in the back waters of her dock - so she had to be laid up again. Repairs were started, but as the apprentice project no longer existed and sponsors could not be found, the Foundation has decided put her up for sale.

Construction

- Oak frames, stem and keel
- Kambala laminated frames
- Khaya hull planking (removed below the waterline)
- Oregon pine and teak deck over plywood sub deck
- Teak and oak interior

Project

Work required to make good Artemis' hull and decks
- Replace approximately 40 sawn frames
- Re-plank in expectation of saving the sheer/top plank
- Replace two pieces of the deadwood aft
- Replace the counter stern horn timbers
- Replace the backbone bolts and keel bolts with bronze
- Introduce more metal strap or flange floors
- Make new rudder heel fitting and replace stainless on rudder with bronze
- Replace ballast keel
- Fairing and painting hull
- Painting antifouling below waterline
- Cleaning / sanding decks
- Stripping and re-varnishing all varnished deck elements (bulwark, dog houses, skylights)
- Re-varnishing rig

Accommodation and Domestic Equipment

Summary
Doghouse, companionway, saloon, 1 Captain / Owner’s and 3 other guest cabins, 8 crew pipe berths, 3 head compartments each with washbasin, WC and shower.

In detail
From the Deck house companionway steps descend forward. At the foot a corridor leads forward to the beautifully panelled saloon, which as L shaped seating and tables both sides.

A doorway through the forward bulkhead opens to the fwd head compartment to port and the fully equipped galley to starboard. 

Forward again a doorway opens to the fore cabin crew accommodation, separately accessible by hatchway on the foredeck.

Coming back aft through the saloon are guest cabins; double to stbd and single to port.

Abaft and beside the companion steps is the captain’s / owner’s cabin to starboard and the main day head opposite with the navigation station abaft.

A doorway aft reveals the aft “Ladies” cabin with generous settees and berths with a further access to the en suite head aft.

Accommodation and domestic item inventory
- Alcantara upholstery
- Mattresses
- Bed linen
- Blankets
- Cushions, pillows, covers
- Mattress pads
- Brass lamps; various
- Stove with  ceramic hob
- Cookware
- 6 folding chairs
- Glass and porcelain

Rig Spars and Sails

Masts and other spars spruce hollow glued with fittings
 
- Mizzen mast 11.50 m / 37 ft 9 in
- Main mast 22.05 m / 72 ft 4 in
- Main top mast 15.03 m / 49 ft 3 in
- Jib boom 8.00 m / 26 ft 3 in
- Parrot Stock 2.55 m / 8ft 5 in
- Main boom 15.80 m / 51 ft 10 in
- Large gaff 13.60 m / 44 ft 7 in
- Mizzen gaff 4.80 m / 15 ft 9 in
- Mizzen boom 4.80 m / 15 ft 9 in
- Spinnaker pole
 

Running rigging and spars:
- 2 x 20 m Squareline polyester mooring lines (white leather)
- 5 x 25 m Squareline polyester mooring lines
- 1 x 35 m Squareline polyester mooring lines
- Bundle white 12 mm standard halyard / reserve
- Coil 14 mm white standard halyard (reserve)
- Box white 16 mm standard halyard (reserve)
- Bundle 18 mm white standard halyard (reserve)
- 110 m Hawser of 12 mm Spleitex rope
- Hawser 14 mm Spleitex rope
- c 10 m rest of standard 12 mm halyard
- 2 x  c 15 m rest of white 18 mm standard halyard
- 2 x  c. 6 m rest of white 20 mm standard halyard
- c 20 m of white 20 mm standard halyard
- c 10m coil rest of white standard 12 mm halyard
- Reefing halyard for mainsail
- Various blocks
- Various shackles
- Port shroud (1 lies below)
- Starboard shroud (2 lies, middle)
- Fore stay (3 lies above)
- 2 x Top backstay
- 2 x Turnbuckle shrouds
- Fore stay turnbuckles
- Topmast lock, wood
- Top fitting
- 2 x Top-flag ropes
- 2 x Top shrouds,  tackle and tackle with leathered blocks
- 2 x Jibs complete with tackle
- 2 x Fore sail sheet
- 2 x Fore sail sheet
- Mizzen sheet
- 2 x Halyards & new painted blocks
- Mizzen halyard
- Mizzen throat halyard
- Large halyard with tackles, ropes
- Large halyard with tackles, ropes
- 2 x big topping lift
- Jib halyard
- Jib rigging halyard
- Jib halyard rope
- Racking-outhaul
- Dyneema gybe preventer
- Flying jib vang
- Racking furler
- Top sail sheet
- Flying jib halyard, blocks and shackles
- Throat halyard
- Jib halyard
- 2 x Ropes for gaff

Sails: Total sail area 476 sq m / c 5,124 sq ft by Dacron Hinsch & Ruhland, Glückstadt
- Main 207 sq m / c 2,228 sq ft
- Mizzen 34 sq m / c 366 sq ft
- Jib 66 sq m / c 710 sq ft
- # 1 Stay foresail 50 sq m / c 538 sq ft
- # 2 Stay foresail 58 sq m / c 624 sq ft
- Topsail 61 sq m / c 757 sq ft

Deck Equipment and Ground Tackle

- Edson Robinson 2 Worm gear manual Rudder / steering mechanism (new)
- Teak Helm wheel replica of the original
- Manual capstan head original windlass
- Galvanised anchors
- Working anchor
- Galvanized link anchor chain
- Mainsheet horse brass / rubber
- Aluminium / wood boom crutch
- Lewmar hydraulic power pack bronze winches
- Teak box seats for storage e.g. life jackets
- Throw line PP Split Orange with sandbag
- German national flag with large shackles
- Bronze railing stanchions with extrusions
- Aluminium / teak gangway with bulwark fixing
- Swim ladder, 2 stage (historic)
- Inflatable fender
- Drinking water hose ¾ inch
- Anchor balls
- Motoring  cone small
- Echomax radar reflector
- Euroneema towline
- Bilge pump hose incl 12 V mobile
- Hand lead with leash
- Blocks and tackles
- 32 A shore power cable
- 63 A shore power cable
- 220 V extension lead
- AC adapter for shore power
- Shore power blue with CE clutch
- Brush and hose connections
- Fenders
- Covers for skylights, hatches and dog house
- Tubing
- Pad eyes for securing deck box
- Helmsman folding seats
- Gangway (old)
- Raap Hamburg winter tarpaulin with laminated beams and fittings
- Tuchwerkstatt Greifswald sun awning with tent poles

Mechanical Electrical and Tankage

- Cummins 6 cylinder 270 HP Diesel engine 1999. Cruising 9 knots 6,390 mile range
- Axial pump (Sauer Sundstrand)
- 2 x Bent axis variable motor (Sauer Sundstrand)
- 2 x E-magnetic coupling (Nordia GmbH)
- 2 x pressure bearings (SKF spherical roller bearings)
- 2 x Bronze fixed propeller, 3 blades, 630 mm dia
- 2 x Tail shafts Niro
- 2 x Spline V4A
- Electrical circuit board
- On board battery pack 24 V / 1,640 Ah traction batteries (leak proof)
- Inverter and Chargers
- Switch and fuse cabinets, wiring, lamps, switches etc
- Kohler 13 k W diesel generator
- Kabola oil central heating system
- Central bilge and fire extinguishing system with C-pipe connection
- Fire protection system conforms German Traditional Ship regulations
- Hekatron central fire alarm system
- Ejector drainage system
- Pressurized water system
- Hot water heater
- Stainless steel fuel tank 1,400 litre / 308 gallons
- Stainless steel fresh water tank 990 litre /  218 gallons
- Gray water tank 1,000 litre / 220 gallons
- Hamann AG holding water treatment plant
- Hydraulic oil tank 135 litre /  30 gallons

Navigation Communication and Electronics

- Audio signal system
- Binoculars
- PC Radar Koden MDS-51R
- All-in-one antenna Malta DSC
- Computer; plotter 17 inch flat screen
- Hand radio ICOM M-71
- VHF base station RT 5022
- PCR 1500 weather decoder
- JRC NCR-333 Navtex receiver
- Sailor EPIRP SE406 II
- Sailor radar transponder
- Transducer echo / log
- 2 x navigation instruments
- Thrane & Thrane junction box RT5022
- Ride malfunction lamps
- Anchor lantern
- Ship brass bell
- Stowe cruising log
- 2 x Sailor SP3520 hand GMDSS VHF
- Nexus monitors for network, compass, sidelights, deck light, steaming light

Safety

- Cospas Sarsat EPIRB
- Solas 275 harness life jackets
- Life rings
- Life rafts
- First Aid Kit
- Large crowbar
- Wire / Wire cutter
- Lifebuoy
- Lifejackets Secumar Golf  twin
- CO2 extinguisher
- Fire extinguisher
- Fire extinguisher axe
- Fire hoses
- Hose spraying
- SDMO Mobile engine driven fire pump
- 10 m fire hose
- C tube coupling
- Spiral hose with strainer

Miscellaneous, Spares and Tools

 - Cradle (transport rack) with 4 hot eyes
- Spare parts, tools, etc
- 1 ¼ inch long bronze hull inlet
- 45 ° 1 ¼ in brass angle & hose
- Spare propellers for fans
- 24 V 20 watt light bulbs
- Cabin brass wall lamp
- Mixer for shower
- Drill box
- Dymo Embossing set
- Bronze deck screw pad eyes with rope
- Bronze stanchions, ports and brackets
- Bronze lips with bolts
- Anchor mop without handle
- Box of cable ties
- Pack of cable tie 8 x 650
- Pack of cable ties 4.6 x 360
- Collate Regoplast cable labelling
- Paints and oils
- Hydraulic hose
- Stainless steel vent (Toplicht 1751-625)
- Bronze fairleads 50 x 20 cm
- Stainless steel pad eyes
- Stainless steel double backstay pad eyes
- Grinder
- Lacing , small tackles / yarns
- Coral / shackle
- Leather for rope protection
- Manual bilge pump (plastic)
- Nexus plugs TH 43 + holder wind sensor
- 1 ¼  inch bronze hull inlet
- Reserve mast rings
- Mahogany grating 80 x 50 cm
- Plywood board & vent pipe 100 x 50 cm
- Tool box (blue plastic)
- Reserve rope
- Deck boxes / benches
- Inflatable blue fenders
- Large linen sail cloth bags
- Spleitex sail ropes
- Rigging tools in sack

Disclaimer

These particulars have been prepared from information provided by the vendors and are intended as general guide. The purchaser should confirm details of concern to them by survey or engineers inspection. The purchaser should also ensure that the purchase contract properly reflects their concerns and specifies details on which they wish to rely.