A rare steel constructed Trintella IIB Yawl, custom built at the Anne Wever yard in 's-Hertogenbosch in southern Holland in 1972 and fitted out in Scotland for the original owner who then went on to do two solo circumnavigations.
The current and second owners have spent the last 10 years cruising the West Coast of Scotland for family holidays.
The hull was shot blasted in 2007 and a Zinga cathodic protection coating applied with a further barrier coat before priming and painting. An additional 4 zinc anodes complete the protection of the hull.
|LOA||: 33' 0" (10.1m)|
|LOD||: 31' 0" (9.5m)|
|LWL||: 24' 0" (7.3m)|
|Beam||: 9' 3" (2.8m)|
|Draft||: 5' 10" (1.8m)|
|Keel||: Long deep|
|Rig||: Bermudan Yawl|
|Engine Type||: Sabb 12HP|
|Fuel Capacity||: 40 litres|
|Water||: 100 litres|
|Location||: South Cowal, Argyll|
Fore-cabin with V berth, anchor locker in bow.
Heads with Simpson Lawrence ceramic toilet and hanging locker opposite.
Main saloon, table converts to double berth, two pilot berths either side of companionway.
Doghouse over companionway (requires some repair to delaminating plywood side panels).
The large self draining cockpit with two spacious lockers and a large aft lazarette is well sheltered by the Dog house.
There is lots of storage beneath all the berths and the settee berth.
There is a pull out chart table above the starboard lazarette berth.
Galley on port side with Flavell cooker (2 gas rings, grill and oven). Sink with manual fresh and salt water.
good work surface with stowage behind.
Main, 3/4 main, mizzen, mizzen staysail, light genoa, heavy genoa, new roller reefing genoa, staysail, storm jib, all in serviceable condition.
2 spinnaker poles.
Nasa Depth sounder
Nasa repeater and Wind instruments (new and not fitted)
Sestrel steering compass.
Two 12 volt batteries plus solar panel on dog-house.
4 person cannister liferaft (2009).
2.6 metre inflatable tender (2009).
Aeries self steering gear with spares + 5 blades.
Bow anchor + 2 fathoms of chain.
Mooring lines, boat hook, spare tiller, 2x20 litre water bottles.
2x20 litre diesel containers.
Coastal flare pack.
The boat is currently fitted with a furling genoa, the original twin forestay is included for trade wind sailing.
The Norwegian Sabb two cylinder engine was refurbished in ~2000 and is very reliable.
The hull and rigging wrer surveyed and x-rayed prior to the Cape horn voyage. The anchor chain locker was cut out and rebuilt. From the bow to midships below the waterline was double plated for an intended Antarctic voyage.
The main mast was renewed in 1997 and rigging for the main mast was replaced prior to the Cape Horn voyage.
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Listing started in August 2010
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