23-meter little harbour sailing yacht designed by ted hood
- Year: 1981
- Current Price: EUR 690,000
- Located in Gran Canaria, Spain
- Hull Material: Fiberglass
- Engine/Fuel Type: Single diesel
LOA: 23.0 m
Minimum Draft: 2.30 m
Maximum Draft: 4.50 m
Dry Weight: 70000 kgsEngines
Engine Brand: John Deere
Year Built: 1981
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propellerTanks
Fresh Water Tanks: (2500 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: (3400 Liters)
Holding Tanks: (450 Liters)Accommodations
Number of single berths: 6
Number of twin berths: 2
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
Number of bathrooms: 2
|Deck and Wheelhouse
COCKPITS, DECKS AND WHEELHOUSE
The yacht has two cockpits: The primary cockpit has a large and comfortable teak table, with foldable sides
(to ease access to the steering position) and sufficient and comfortable space for 10 people. Behind the
Table is the primary outside steering position, with all possible navigation equipment available.
The main cockpit has a bimini covering the whole area and several comfortable sitting areas.VIP cockpit in the aft; provides great comfort and quietness for special guests or the owner. This is a great
place for sunbathing and relaxing, there is no wind, no noise and no work here. This cockpit has its own
sprayhood and direct and private access to the master cabin – When the dividing wall is mounted, this is
the only entrance to the master cabin. There is access to the hydraulic steering machine and the huge aft
lazarett underneath the seats in VIP cockpit. Here are, amongst other things, stored; 2 foldable bicycles’,
ropes of every kind, covers, spare oil, outside cleaning equipment and spare props.
The yacht is equipped with two 6 person SOLAS life rafts (new 2011) that are mounted on the pushpit for
easy launching. Here is also an inflatable Danbuoy and a life- and lifting boy and davits for the dinghy.
There is a solid stainless steel / teak bathing latter, that is taken off when sailing and an aluminum gangway
that can be used at the aft or on the starboard side, when lying long side.
On the couch roof there are nice comfortable sunbathing cushions on each side of the mast.
On foredeck there are mounting brackets for the dinghy. For long crossings and in really rough weather, the
dinghy can be taken off the davits and tied up here for greater safety – there is also mounting brackets for
the dinghy’s outboard at the pushpit.
On foredeck there is access to the anchor locker, which holds the chain and rope for the two anchors. This
locker is also used for storing spare fuel and fuel tank for the outboard. The Lofrans anchor winch has a
strong capstan which eases mooring significantly in certain cases.
The pilot house provides a second, and in rough weather, very comfortable alternative, steering place with
all electronics for navigation. Navigation and entertainment PC, satellite telephone, VHF, large plotter and
various lockers with sail and deck spare parts, life vests, flares, grab bag, EPIRB’s and engine control