FORSE PRICE SHIPPING as of 19.09.2019 sale for winter. After maintenance of the exterior and underside of the ship last months (summer 2019) on shore, she is back in the water and can be visited in Sloten. Now again reduced in price from original € 69.000,00 because the owner wants her transferred for the winter and a new owner from spring 2020 can already enjoy this beautiful (to renovate) sailing jalk. It was built in Sneek in 1904 by order of the famous skipper family Keimpe H. v.der Meulen. As a work and later as a houseboat. Completely stripped in 1976 and provided with the characteristic yacht structure. In 2015 solid Iroko floorboards will be used throughout the entire cabin. The ship exudes cosiness and class. Another engine will be installed in 2015. June and July 2019 the ship has been ashore for major maintenance. The entire underside has been repaired where necessary. The exterior has been partially painted and the woodwork of the decking has been painted many times. The ship is definitely worth a visit. The first 17 pictures were taken recently on September 15, 2019.
According to the current owner, the sailing characteristics of the ship are fantastic.
Material of the hull is riveted iron and welded steel. Repaired and checked in the summer of 2019, but maintenance remains necessary.
The cockpit is finished with teak by Jachtwerf Piersma in Heeg. The three front hatches are made of the same teak. In the summer of 2019 all the wood has been thoroughly repainted.
The Engine is an industrial engine from 1985 that was only used for a few months (1.5) (as a generator) and was resting at the factory. This will be in place in 2015. Installation notes available. From installation approximately 100 sailing hours.
Three-bladed right-hand rotating bronze fixed screw
Solid oak rudder.
Electricity needs to be organised.
Bilge pump must be replaced
Beautiful window between cockpit and cabin can be taken out when the weather is nice. See pictures.
Headroom 1.85 is at kitchenette and slopes slowly.
Number of places where rainwater comes in must be tackled.