25 Meter Sailing Boat Very Good Condition
Yachtworld L.t.d Is a family company.The roots of our family company go back 150 years. During this time we have been building boats, fixing them, selling second hand boats, and providing Blue Cruises.
I am Kamil Ertugrul international ship Captain,and world there isn’t a ship or a boat that I can not navigate in these seas, and I can manufacture boats of all kinds.
For us, customer satisfaction comes first. We make a point of choosing the best quality, the right boat for sale and manufacture, and for the best price possible.
We provide all kinds of logistic, maintenance and equipment services to all the boats we help you buy, and we can transfer your boat to any country in the world for the best rates possible.
Yachtworld ltd. activities:We build a wide range of boats and vessels that float on seas. We can build in all shapes and sizes from all kinds material like; steel, aluminium, wood, epoxy laminate, composite,, fibre.and more.
We can build Yachts, boats, catamarans, sail boats, cruise ships, gullets and motor boats at a world standard quality and with the latest technology. We do all this for half the price of the rest of the world. We can also draw plans and build any tailor made boat with your personal touches.
What makes our company unique is that all boats we offer are carefully chosen and inspected by professionals and port masters that work within our company. After analysing all aspects, we find the real value for the boat, and put it on the market with the best possible price.
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Cruisair air conditioning:-
Saloon: 24000 BTU reverse cycle, serviced (2007)
Owner’s cabin: 16000 BTU reverse cycle new (2007)
2 x guest cabins: 2 x 8000 BTU reverse cycle serviced (2007)
Captain’s Cabin & Crew Mess: 16000 BTU serviced (2007)
Galley: 12000 BTU new (2005)
The circulation pumps and condenser collection system were replaced (2007)
Displacement: 64000 kg
Engine: 1 Perkins M215C turbo charged 213hp @ 2,500 rpm diesel (2003) - 2308 hours
Gearbox: 2F twin disc MG506 hydraulic 2:1 reduction
New stainless steel shaft (2005) new GRP inner gland and cutlass bearing. Stuffing box overhauled (2005)
Propeller: hydraulic AB9856 3 blade self-feathering bronze
Speed: max 9 knots; cruising 7 knots
Date of last major overhaul: (2005), engine removed, repainted, and turbo charger, fuel injection pump and alternator etc. all overhauled, fully serviced 2007
Cruising range: approx 2,500 nm
Exhaust system rebuilt (2005). Throttle control replaced with Rexroth-Bosch Marex Mini SB electronic Command unit
On launching the main engine and the generators will be fully serviced.
Hull: GRP balsa cored sandwich above the waterline and solid laminate GRP below 12mm to 30mm at lowest point with synthetic cored transverse GRP frames and longitudinal stringers all hand-laminated
GRP hard top fitted by Norman Wright in Brisbane 2000 refurbished and re-awlgripped (2005)
Deck: GRP cored, teak laid replaced in 2001 by Zealandia and all refurbished (2005). Decks recaulked 2008. New canvas zip-up protection for cockpit 2007
Superstructure: Balsa cored GRP Awlgrip painted (2005). GRP frames surveyed and found to be holding moisture 2009. These have been opened up and dried, with water tanks tested and replaced with high density polyethylene, dried to acceptable levels and closed up, all under surveyor's supervision.
External trim: teak and stainless steel
Keel: steel with integral diesel tank and substantial lead bulb
All keel bolts checked and replaced as necessary (2005)
She had a major interior rebuild in 2005. The interior layout was altered to provide a large owner’s cabin forward, re-work of the crew accommodation forward and aft, a new nav. station on the port side of the main saloon, and an enlarged engineroom to provide better access in the engineroom and space for a second generator. The interior was removed without affecting the structural integrity of the yacht. All new panels were bonded to the hull using epoxy resins and e-glass cloths. The supporting structure was built in tropical light wood. All visible sections and veneers are executed in teak. All new fittings – locks, door handles, push buttons and hinges – are from Raseto de Casar of Italy. Internal upholstery is in Alcantara with Oceanair screens with blinds and flyscreens throughout. All deck hatches and ports were replaced 2005. There are lee cloths throughout.
2 x RFD Survivor (Solas A approved) 8 man liferaft on transom with beige covers and teak boards above – serviced 2007
Ribtec 4.3m ski boat (2003) – refurbished (2005)
The dinghy is stowed on the davits on foredeck in custom built chocks that were refurbished and epoxy painted (2005). A carbon fibre spinnaker pole has been cut down to facilitate the easy deployment of the dinghy. The stanchions have been altered to facilitate easy lift onto the deck 2007.
Outboard engine: 60hp Yamaha (2003)
Rig: cutter headed sloop keel stepped height 31.50 metres
Spars: Awlgripped white (2005)
Sparmaker: Southern Spar Services
Standing rigging: S/S wire replaced 1996, overhauled (2005) and port aft D1 replaced
Rigging: Reckmann furling on genoa (2001), 22mm stainless steel chain plates, running backstays in Spectra (2005), Seaway hydraulic mast jack, tensioner on inner stay, both backstays and boom vang overhauled (2005), carbon spinnaker pole, carbon pole cut down for use to deploy dinghy, Fredricksen battcar system and track (2000) with stack pack replaced (2005), lazyjacks and 2 halyards replaced 2006, mainsheet track and traveller, genoa and staysail tracks by S11 France all thoroughly checked (2005). Hall Spars Holland carried out a full inspection of the rig, standing and running rigging including setting up rig 2007.
Hoods Fully battened mainsail Vectran 2000
UK Sails Yankee 11 oz Dacron 2008
Staysail serviced (2005), hanks replaced 2001
Storm Trysail (unused) 1991
Storm jib (unused) 1988
0.75 oz Spinnaker (unused) 1993
All sails fully serviced 2006
2 x 90 ST Double pedestal (grinders option) Primary Hydraulic 2000
2 x 65 ST Secondary Electric
2 x 55 ST
2 x 48 ST
1 x 55 ST Mainsheet
1 x 40 ST Main traveller
3 x 65 ST Halyard
1 x 66 ST Deck mounted at foot of mast
1 x 55 ST Reefing on mast
1 x 46 ST Topping lift on mast
All winches were fully serviced and overhauled (2007)
Rigel Poseidon Pedestal magnetic compass at helm 1988
Fluxgate electronic compass
Robertson/Simrad Autopilot with hydraulic linear drive all completely rebuilt (2005) controls at helm and companionway
Micrologic/Leica MX470 GPS at nav station
Simrad 1515 multidate echosounder/wind indicator with readouts at helm and companionway
Nobeltec Marine chart system at chart table 2004
Koden MDC 1041 24 mile radar with colour screen (2005)
Navtex JMC NCR 330 with thermal printer (2005)
Icom VHF at nav station and 2 hand held VHFs (2005)
Skanti TRP82505 SSB
Thrane & Thrane Stratos Mini M serviced and new software (2005)
Panasonic GSM KXTA 624 with 2 connections for voice and data transport (2005)
Ajus CD writer with Phillips LCD screen (2005)
MOB system, Jonbuoy recovery module, 2 horseshoe life rings, 12 certified lifejackets with strobe lights, jackstays, 406 Mhz EPIRB fully serviced (2005), flares on deck, 12 thermal protection aids beacon, first aid kit, all serviced 2007