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Classic 18m Beeldschnijder 50 steel pilot house schooner designed by Pieter Beeldschnijder and built in 1975/76 at Haakvoort Shipyard, Monnickendamm, Netherlands. Seriously but reluctantly for sale due to change in owners’ circumstances. Substantially constructed in steel and extensively refurbished 2008/9. Needs finishing/decorating etc in some areas – upholstery etc. Attractive classic lines, clear broad teak decks, easily handled by two Comfortable, strong and seaworthy, ready for extended cruising 130 HP Volvo Penta diesel engine British Registered, currently lying in Spain LOA: 18.00m 59’0” Beam: 4.50m 14’8” LOD: 15.00m 49’2” LWL: 11.75m 38’6” Draft: 2.15m 7’0” Long keel Ballast: 8,000kg/17,637lbs. Displacement: 27 tonnes




Hull, deck and superstructure of steel; International Royal Blue & Pearl Teak laid decks and cockpit Round bilged hull Full keel Ballast material: iron Hydraulic wheel steering with Neco autohelm and emergency tiller Pilot house Aft ‘swimming platform’ for ease of Mediterranean mooring incorporating dinghy davits and transom boarding ladder


Volvo Penta TAMD 31A diesel auxiliary engine develops 130hp (1986). Engine hours: 1650 as at May 2010 Cruising speed under power: 6.5 knots Maximum speed under power: 7 knots Fuel consumption at cruising speed: 6.5/lph Range: approximately 2500nm at cruising speed under power only Shaft drive to 3- bladed fixed propeller – new cutlass bearing 2009 Good access to engine and generator from pilot house


12VDC/24VDC/220VAC electrical systems. Separate batteries for domestic supply, engine (new) generator (new) Mastervolt battery charger Alternator, 75amp Inverter, 24v/220v/3000watt Masse 12v diesel generator Volt meter, amps meter, fuse panel


2 x fuel tanks 1 at 1800 litres and 1 at 800 litres. 2 x water tanks port and starboard at 700 litres each 1 x black waste holding tank of 200 litres with macerator discharge pump


Pressurised hot and cold fresh water systems to showers, basins and sink Water heated by engine and immersion heater from shore power



Bermudan rigged schooner Slab reefing mainsail Lazy jacks Storm tri-sail with separate mast track Oregon pine keel stepped masts; boom and bowsprit New furling systems for yankee (outer jib) Furlex furling systems for inner staysail and schooner staysail Fisherman topsail Reaching spinnaker Aluminium spinnaker pole New stainless steel standing rigging (2009) New bowsprit netting


Mainsail (approximately 40m sq) Storm jib (14.5m sq) Schooner staysail (27m sq) Yankee (28.5m sq) Inner Staysail (17m sq) Fisherman sail Reaching spinnaker with stocking (83.5m sq) Cover for main Deck awnings and bowsprit cover


Undergone recent accommodation refit (2009) Sleeps 6 comfortably in 3 cabins (8 or 9 in total) Pilot house with navigation area and chart table to port and pilot berth/seating and storage on starboard side Large U-shaped galley on starboard side equipped with 2 burner gas cooker, grille and oven, 2 x 24v refrigerators, 220v microwave oven, and double stainless steel sink with high neck swivel tap, sealed Iroko worktops. Ample cupboards and storage bins Owner’s cabin portside with full double berth, seating, hanging lockers and substantial under-bunk accessible storage Cosy saloon with U- shaped settee and table on starboard side, further hanging lockers and storage compartments Heads compartment with bespoke shower cubicle, wash basin, electric toilet and ample storage – access to pumps and sea valves Forward cabin has 2(+1) single berths, storage & workbench with vice Access through bulkhead to anchor chain locker with light and chain catchment liner Aft guest cabin has double berth and en-suite heads (manual toilet) compartment with ample storage and seating Access from aft cabin to gear and autohelm below lazarette Some finishing required to complete the refit


New Raymarine Tridata speed, log, depth and wind instruments. Sestrel Moore magnetic compass with light Neco hydraulic autopilot Geonav 6 + GPS Furuno radar, 24nm Navtex 4 + weatherfax New DSC/VHF radio (registered) Ipod player/radio sound system with remote control and internal/external speakers Clock, thermometer, hydrometer and barometer Electric anchor windlass (chain and warp), 24v/2500w 2 x CQR anchor, one with 70m of chain Fisherman anchor Stainless steel guard wire, pushpit and pulpit Custom made transom platform with teak grating and steel davits Stainless steel boarding ladder on transom Bimini frame Pasarell (stern gang plank)


FOR SALE New bowsprit netting Inflatable dinghy (2007) Honda 4 stroke 5hp outboard engine (2007) with auto fueling system Rigid tender with purpose made cover Radar platform on main mast Radar reflector on fore mast Navigation lights – traditional port, starboard and aft plus steaming light, anchor light and tri-colour on mast head Submersible 220v pump and hose Automatic electric bilge pump to main bilge with hand pump back-up Electric bilge pump to engine room with hand pump back-up Fenders and warps Emergency tiller 4–man life raft – new in 2008 2 x life belts with lines 4 self inflating life jackets with life lines Fore and aft deck safety lines Deck flood light Hand held 24 volt search light Automatic fire extinguisher system in engine room Fire extinguishers and blanket Comprehensive tool sets Numerous spares Folding bicycle LYING:

Near Tarragona, Spain (Barcelona Reus airport 50 minutes)


GBP 245,000 VAT paid


The yacht was designed by the famous Dutch designer Pieter Beeldschnijder and built to the quality standards of the renowned Haakvoort Shipyard. She is strongly built, easy to handle and a safe and comfortable yacht for long term blue water cruising or circumnavigation. All systems are laid out for short-handed sailing. She has a cosy and traditionally styled interior with full standing headroom in all areas. She has been with the present owners for more than 3 years during which time she has undergone an extensive programme of maintenance and refitting, including hull plating, internal and external hull shotblasting/epoxy coating, mast and spar refurbishment and coatings, internal refit including new electrical and plumbing systems, sanitary ware and accommodation. She is reluctantly on the market due to changes in the owners’ circumstances. She now needs to be seriously sailed and enjoyed.

CONTACT: Keith Silcock – 07768 831785










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