- €45,000 (£39,418)
- 13 m
- Engine Make
- Volvo Penta
- 2.5 m
- Engine Model
- MD21A 4 CYL
- Draft Max
- 1.8 m
- Engine Count
- Hull Material
- Boat Type
- RB Ref
About this Classic Swedish Bermudan Yawl
Designed by A.F. Ameen and built in Sweden in 1936, she competed in the first Gutland Rund race of 1937, the 80th anniversary of which will be celebrated in style this year. The design was written about extensively by Uffa Fox who heaped praise on the yacht and her designer. Two major periods of refit in 1997 and 2014 have seen her put into great condition. 6 berths in 3 cabins, Volvo MD21A diesel, good sails, spars and rigging. A fine looking yacht with an interesting history, very capable of competing at classic regattas or family cruising.
Designer: A.F. Ameen
Flag of Registry: Italy
Beam: 8 ft 1 in
LWL: 31 ft 0 in
Length on Deck: 42 ft 2 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 10 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 11 in
Total Power: 74 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo Penta
Year Built: 1974
Engine Model: MD21A 4 CYL
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Engine Power: 74 HP
Fuel Tanks: 1 (17)
Number of single berths: 4
Number of double berths: 1
Number of heads: 1
Furling genoa - Furlex roller furling genoa
Oven - Galley has a 2 burner alcohol stove.
Marine head - heads compartment to port.
Battery charger - 120ah engine start battery 2 x 200ah gel domestic batteries.
Swedish Bermudan Yawl
Wooden Ships Comments on this Swedish Bermudan Yawl
Designed by A.F. Ameen and built in Sweden in 1936.
She was written about extensively by Uffa Fox who wrote a glowing tribute to her design saying “she combines speed, comfort and sea keeping ability in a wonderful manner, and is a great credit to her designer”
Designed for the 1937 Gutland Rund race she was built in Sweden from first class materials, she has a varnished hull and laid teak decks, the epitome of the classic yacht. She had a major rebuild in 1997 including a new stern post, garboards, rudder and a compete new deck plus a re-caulked hull, and another refit in 2014 saw some frames repaired, the interior improved and lots of new equipment added.
A truly elegant and eye catching yacht with great performance at sea, she would make a superb boat for someone wanting to partake in the classic regattas in comfort and style.
Length on Deck 42’2″
Length Waterline 31′
Displacement 7 tons
Planked in Honduras mahogany all copper fastened to steam bent oak timbers.
Oak back bone and grown oak floors.
External lead ballast keel with bronze keel bolts
Yacht laid teak deck over a marine plywood subdeck. Varnished teak coverboards, margin board and king plank.
Varnished teak coachroof coamings with a laid teak coachroof deck over a plywood subdeck
Raised dgohouse aft with a centreline sliding hatch. Chromed bronze portholes.
Spacious varnished teak cockpit.
Bermudan yawl rig on hollow varnished spruce masts, both keel stepped. Re-varnished in 2016
Varnished spruce slab reefing booms
Stainless steel standing rigging to internal stainless chain plates
Furlex roller furling genoa.
Sails all new in 2000 and in very good condition. Older sails including her original cotton flax set.
4 Andersen cockpit sheet winches.
Volvo Penta MD21A 4cyl 74hp marine diesel. Installed new in 1974 but in excellent condition.
Stainless shaft to 3 blade bronze propeller.
Vetus 80lt fuel tank.
120ah engine start battery
2 x 200ah gel domestic batteries.
Re-wired in 2016.
6 berths including 4 singles and a double up forward.
Largely original interior upgraded with some modern systems.
Steps down into the doghouse with a galley to starboard and heads compartment to port.
Galley has a 2 burner alcohol stove.
Main saloon midships with a settee berth either side with lots of original varnished mahogany joinery.
Forward into the master cabin with two single berths.
Forward again into the forepeak with a double berth
Full specification and details available upon request
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