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GRP Schooner 64ft

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Boat REF# 150342
Price
removed from sale
LOA 19.41m (63'8")
Year 1980
Construction GRP
Underwater profile Lifting keel
Berths 6
Engine 1 x Diesel 145hp, Perkins 6-354 (unknown year)
Lying Phuket / Thailand

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Extra Details

Designer Gilbert Caroff
Builder Chantier Naval de Kerlevin
Lying Phuket / Thailand
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Fuel capacity 2,000.0 ltr (440.0 G) Total - 2 Tanks
Water capacity 3,000.0 ltr (660.0 G) Total - 2 Tanks
Holding tank capacity 220.0 ltr (48.4 G) Total - 1 Tanks
Last survey 24/02/2007

Mechanical

Engine 1 x Diesel 145hp
Engine make and model Perkins 6-354 (unknown year)
Engine Hours engine1:   2030
Engine Cooled Indirect
Steering Wheel
Drive Shaft
Prop(s) Max prop
Fuel consumption (approx) 5.0 ltr (1.1 G) /hour At Cruising Speed
Cruising speed (approx) 6 knots
Max speed (approx) 8.5 knots
Generator output 7.6KVA
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Water-maker tick

WATERMAKER: Offshore Labs 110 volt 16 GPH.
Shore power 110 volt 50 amp service supplied by marine grade shore power cord.
Xantrex 3000 watt inverter/charger.
11O v outlets throughout.
GENERATORS: Westerbeake 7.6 KW and Phasor 3.5 KW
DC 12 VOLT: BATTERIES: Ten 6 volt, Lead acid deep cycle secured in engine room and two Group 27 lead acid starting batteries.
Battery charger: Xantrex 140 amp charger and main engine high output alternator with 3 step regulator.

Dimensions

LOA 19.41m (63'8")
Beam 4.95m (16'3")
Draft Min 1.98m (6'6")
Draft Max 2.74m (9'0")
Displacement 51,000kg (112,455.0lbs)
Headroom 1.90m (6'3")
Storage On marina

Rig

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Schooner rigged Aluminium spars (unknown year) with stainless steel standing rigging (unknown year)

Sails

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Mainsail North - Slab (2005) Lazy Jacks, 2 Reefs
Headsail North - Furling (2005)
Other sails North #2 jib on furler (2005)
Main stay sail on furler (unknown year)
North hank on stay sail (2010)
North assymetric spinnaker in sock (2005)
Fisherman's sail (unknown year)

STANDING RIGGING: Stainless steel wire and stainless steel rod swedged with bronze
turnbuckles and stainless steel chain plates.
2 x extra winches
Spinnaker Pole

Electrical Systems

12 volt, 12 batteries charged by: engine, wind generator, solar panels, shore power, generator

Construction

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Construction GRP
Underwater profile Lifting keel
Finish Paint finish

L.O.A including Bowsprit is probably nearer 74'
Solid GRP hull, with GRP over ply decks.
Keel: GRP with lead ballast & S/S centerboard. S/S centerboard trunk.
Rudder: S/S
Tank capacities are approximate and total capacities not capacity per tank.

Accommodation

Total # of berths 6
No. of double berths 3
Cabin(s) 3
Handbasin 3
Shower 2
Heads 2 heads (Electric)
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Below and full forward is the anchor chain locker and forward storage room with single berth and
washer/dryer with large hatch above. Next aft to port is a double berth cabin with hanging locker,drawers
and storage lockers. There is storage below the double berth and an opening hatch above. To starboard is another double berth cabin with drawers, hanging locker, multiple storage lockers and an opening hatch above. Continuing aft is the main saloon with settee to starboard with fold down table. To port is a head with electric toilet, stainless steel sink, Corian counter top and storage. Next aft to port is an L shaped dinette with large fixed table with a lift out storage compartment. Above the dinette are bookshelves and
storage lockers. Opposite the dinette to starboard is the galley with center island sink unit with double
stainless steel sink, Corian countertop and storage below. Opposite the center island to starboard is the refrigerator, followed aft by a propane 3 burner stove/oven, microwave, drawers and storage cabinets. The aft end of the galley contains a large top loading freezer. Next aft to port is the walk in engine room with water maker, two generators, batteries, and main engine. To starboard is the passage to the aft cabin with electrical panel and second head. The head has a manual toilet, Corian countertops, stainless steel sink and shower. Next aft is the large master cabin/navigation center with a second companionway entrance to aft cockpit. The starboard side of the aft cabin has a settee with storage lockers above and storage below. On
the port side is a queen berth with custom cabinetry aft of the berth which includes drawers and storage. In the aft starboard corner of the aft cabin, is the chart table with padded swivel seat, electrical sub panel and electronics.

3 burner gas cooker

Nav Equipment

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Fault with Radar currently under investigation.

Deck Gear

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4 halyard winches
7 sheet winches
Electric Maxwell 2200 windlass
3 anchors
(125 lb CQR / 66 lb Claw / Fortress)
200.00m (656'2") of chain
120.00m (393'9") of warp
Aqua Pro 10' dinghy (2004)
(RIB)
15hp outboard, Mercury 2-Stroke, Short Shaft (2005)

Toys

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Safety Equipment

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5 bilge pumps (0 manual / 5 Electric)

4 x Hi water alarms
Life raft requires servicing.

Broker's Comments

Not much is known about this Schooner prior to her 1997 impounding by the Drug Enforcement Agency in the USA, But judging from her design and heavy construction she is almost certainly pre oil crisis 1970's. She spent the next two years (1998-2000) as a floating casino and was purchased by her current owners in 2001 and refitted for ocean sailing in 2005. Her current owners have sailed her 30,000 Nm from the US around the Pacific to Australia and then toThailand. Like all old Lady's she needs a bit of makeup and new head linings down below, but is a lovely spacious family cruising yacht that would also lend herself well to the charter industry.
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.
For more information on this Schooner and other great boats for sale in Phuket, Koh Samui Thailand & Langkawi, please contact the Boatshedphuket.com Asia yacht sales team.

Update : The owner have now decided to fit new teak decks, headliners, finish the forward head , inspect /replace the standing rigging, repair the radar and ensure all systems working for the passage home in June if she has not sold.

More:
The original owner spotted her in the Marina in Phuket and sent the following:

I was a young skipper in my early 20's when I went into a partnership with a French businessman to launch a sailing yacht project. We took Gilbert Caroff as the architect and picked a traditional shipyard "Chantier Naval de Kerlevin" in Concarneau (French Brittany) to build her between 1978 and 1980. I followed the construction from A to Z working on most trades so I knew her by heart when she was launched in the water. She was a FRP custom design crafted through a male mood. The deck beams were laminated spruce/mahogany. The deck was a 20 mm marine ply from Luterma with a 20 mm teak deck.

I attach to this mail an old copy of her French registration, stamped 1980.
She was a schooner from her first rigging (without bowsprit) and was fitted with a stainless steel center board (1.80 to 3.20 m draft), stainless steel rudder and keel plate,120 hp ford diesel , an Onan generator , Barbarossa winches , compass, sextant , clock ,charts, VHF, SSB and auto pilot....basic but this was the standard then..
We went straight to the Mediteranee chartering with a Paris agent and cruising with my partner who would join when he could. Over 4 years we did the mediteranee/ carribean seasons, so she clocked 8 x Atlantic ocean passages during those years. Antibes was her dry docking transit. Then we sailed to Brazil, back to carribean, Venezuela, Colombia, Panama and went islands hopping through the Pacific as you did. We were in Perth in 1985 for the America's Cup, Cruised through the Indian Ocean for a couple of years and went back to OZ through the Tasman.
After almost 10 years of non stop sailing , I decided to base ourselves in Bali where we chartered the archipelago until 1995. This is when my partner passed away and because I could not buy his share, I was forced to sell her. By then , I was also building an 80 feet catamaran to do some day charter between Bali and some nearby island.

The buyer was enigmatic.. He bought Kreiz An Ael in cash and sailed immediately to Singapore to do some work.....no one ever heard of him again.

This GRP Schooner 64ft has been personally photographed and viewed by Alan of Boatshed Phuket. Click here for contact details.
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