"The Lady Lee one of the most famous ships of Brazil" (Revista Náutica edition 239, jul/2008) Beautiful! Fully refitted recently. Ready to cruise and available for international shipping. Sophistication and class, three masts and a tri-deck oceanic schooner. Unique available in South America. European design built in special brand hardwood by Shipyard Itajaí - SC. She had it's building permit issued in 1987 and went into the water ready in 13.09.1989. The Lady Lee has a history of dream, where its builder, William Lee, all personal assets invested in their development, but years later he was forced to sell it, and sold it to an architect Italian. The architect lived in Lady Lee for some years, but with very advanced age he decided to sell the boat in 2003 to a German businessman. In the German style, the boat was two years in BNA - Aratu Naval Base, where he was a major reform in exchange for the entire electrical system, hydraulics, varnishes, shell, paint and other items that could realize the lists below. Turning it into a transoceanic luxury vessel , elegance and confidence. Also in 2006, returned to the BNA to the hull maintenance, painting and sandblasting. The Lady Lee, with it's 113 feet includes: 7 suites, one shared; A suite for sailors with 4 beds and wardrobe; 2 rooms with a sink, Full kitchen equipped with six doors and two freezer refrigerator, cabinets for supplies; Crockery engraved with your logo; Washer, dryer machine, linen and towels to pass; Wine cellar; Air conditioning in all locations, including the suite of sailors; 3 decks with great comfort. EQUIPMENT Main Motor (MCP) - Machine room spotless. Brand: Mercedes Benz MTU / Model 6R493 TZ60 HP 750-1400 RPM Reverser L S & S 4.1 Starting system of main engine - Electric Starter 24-volt batteries with 04 to 180 HP Generators (MCA) 1 - Manufacturer: MWM / Model: D229 / 3 / Capacity: 30 KWA 2 - Brand: ONAME Model: 6 cylinder silenced / Capacity: 30 KWA 02 (two) Pressurizers saltwater and freshwater 01 (a) desalination of seawater 01 (a) air compressor for horn and service capacity 100 LBS Rudder System Hydraulic drive with pump, tank and command hydrostatic Anchor System actuated by an electro-mechanical winch with capacity of 18T System of freshwater and saltwater powered by a pressurizer water that keeps the entire network of pressurized water from the boat in the areas of consumption, use and service. Note: The ship contains 06 (six) fiber tanks with capacity of each 1.000L, freshwater. Fuel System 03 (three) tanks with a capacity of 1500L each CANDLES & MASTS The three sail are made of Dacron, being: - 1 Genoa 45m2 - Chinese 3 (1 x 85.7 m2 / 1 x 80 m2 / 1x 106.3 m2) MASTS Are three (3) masts of 23 meters each. BOARDS & DECK Main Deck planking: Grinding of the existing deck; Application of primer on this deck Sikaprimer 215; Application of the same primer on the boards of plywood; Application of Sikaflex 221 sheet; Gluing of plywood boards (subconvés) The bonding pressure is exerted by bolts of 25 mm made of Brass and / or stainless steel. Grinding the face of contact subconvés; Application of this surface Sikaprimer 215; Application of Sikaprimer 215 at the contact surface of the boards of the deck and glue the spacers; Glue the boards under pressure on sheet Sikaflex 221; Grinding and cleaning of sealing joints of planks; Application of 215 Sikaprimer inside the joint and placement of non-stick tape on the bottom thereof; Caulking joints with Sikaflex 290 DC; After complete cure of the product (5-7 days, depending on humidity and temperature), finishing with sanding the deck as a whole. Planking on the upper decks The method is the same with the difference that instead of pasting each individual plank deck are constructed of panels (plywood and lumber) for subsequent bonding on the existing deck. In both processes are used cardboard spacers with a high density, 6 mm thick to ensure a minimal layer of adhesive after pressing. Sealing of deck hardware and accessories 1 - Clean by grinding and alcohol base of hardware and application of primer 206 G + T Sika; 2 - Application of Sikaprimer 215 on the contact surface of the deck at the position of hardware or accessory; 3 - Application of Sika 221 adhesive. 4 - by pressing parafusação. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT 1 Battery Charger 12V 30A Dolphin A Phoenix Battery Charger 24V 25 th 1 M 302 VHF Radio Icon 6 Bose 151 Speakers 2 Headlights Horse Guest 22 040 A rudder position indicator Raymarine ST60 A wind direction indicator Raymarine ST60 1 Fax Phone Switch Thrane & Thrane TT-3617 ª 1 Radar Furuno 1833C 1 Video Color plotter Furuno GD-1900C A plotter Furuno Color Video RPD 143 1 Color LCD Sounder Furuno FCV 600L 1 KVH Tracphone 252/50 1 KVH TracVision G6 1 Auto Pilot Furuno NavPilot 500 1Auto Pilot Furuno NavPilot 511 (Display) 1 Furuno Network Sounder ETR-6/10N 1 GPS Receiver Furuno GP-320B 1 Loud Hailer Furuno LH-3000 1 Heading Sensor Furuno GP 500 1 Furuno FS 1503 SSB Radiotelephone 1 Facsimile Receiver Furuno FAX-30 1 Furuno FM 8500 VHF Radiotelephone 1 desalinated Horizon Seafari Boat ready to sail to any place. Excellent price closed to boat complete with all on board, interior decoration, crockery etc., Including projects, detailed plans of naval engineering, and there are also casts of everything that was cast in bronze for the boat.
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