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Remarks : A great opportunity to buy a thoroughbred yacht. 'Rosita' offers the prospect of an exciting project to convert her to a luxury private or corporate yacht. She offers classic lines and generous accommodation. Please see the website of her sister ship to see what can be achieved - zenarasailing.com 'Rosita' was built for the Ocean Youth Club, now the Ocean Youth Trust, and was designed by Robert Clark being number five of nine. Originally her purpose was to offer training for up to twelve under the age of 24 with a crew of six. She held a Category 0 licence for anywhere in the world with twelve passengers and four crew until recently. During her time with the Ocean Youth Club she was based in Scotland and was navigated around the Scottish Islands. In 1979 she entered the Fastnet Race in a special class with all the other eight Robert Clark Ketches. They all finished unscathed. 'Rosita' is a tall ship and has taken part in a number of tall ship races. 'Rosita's' current owner has completed many voyages in her. Channel crossings to French ports and the Channel Islands. A 2002 trip to the Baltic via the Kiel canal visiting Holland, Denmark, Sweden and Heligoland. In 2004 she sailed to Spain, Portugal, Madeira, the Salvagem Islands arriving in the Canary Islands to take part in the Atlantic Rally for Cruisers which she completed with a crew of ten. She visited Trindad, St Kitts, Antigua and the Azores in the following years. With a crew of seven she sailed from Horta in the Azores to Shoreham by Sea - this included three teenage boys and was a character building experience. In recent years 'Rosita' has been based in Eastbourne and Shoreham by Sea. Accommodation : Please see internal photographs for an idea of accommodation layout Sleeps 16+ The galley can cater for a large crew Inventory :Navigation Equipment ICOM HF marine IC-M802 long range radioFurano radarEcho pilot FLS sonar 'Wreckfinder' with port and starboard and forward transducers Furano GPS navigator Navman VHF 7100 DSC short range radio 120 DB claxon Power and Electrics 24 volt system 8 x 6v deep cycle boat batteries 2 x 12v engine batteries 24v DC to 240v AC inverter - Wechselrichter TX/6000 6 KVA Panda generator - requires servicing Webasto heating system - requires servicing Deck 3 x Zodiac Solas A 8 man liferafts - require servicing Quick anchor windlass 24v with 12 mm gypsy and 100= metres of chain 2 x Calor gas bottles 2 x Kedge anchors CQR bow anchor CQR 75kg main anchor Emergency rudder tiller Mechanical and Rigging : Inboard engine Main mast 75' above sea level Ketch rig Trisail track on the main mast for severe weather conditions and wind speeds in excess of 50 knots Number 1 foresail Number 2 foresail Number 3 foresail Genoa Mainsail and cover Staysail and cover Mizzen sail and cover 2 Mizzen staysails Trisail Construction GRP construction on a male mould with steel framing Gel coated The hull was stripped back to boot topping line, dried out and coated with Kevlar and Ampreg 22 epoxy resin and copper coated with 20kg of copper powder in 2004