Abeking & Rasmussen 51m

Abeking & Rasmussen 51m, Sail Yacht

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Abeking & Rasmussen 51m

Schoner

1957

51.33m (168'4")

7.90m (25'9")

4.14m (13'6")

Stahl

1 x 605hp Deutz

22 berths in 10 cabins

Canada

2.200.000 US$ MwSt nicht bezahlt

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Full specification to follow shortly. Built in 1957 as a North Sea Trawler this 51 metre steel yacht was later reconverted into a three-masted ocean-going schooner at Abeking & Rasmussen in 1992. Powered by her 605hp Deutz-MWM diesel engine, SEDNA IV is able to attain a high speed of 12 knots and has an efficient range of 8500 nautical miles when sailing at her cruise speed of 10 knots. In short, she is a fantastic, strong and seaworthy expedition yacht. After cruising extensively in the Northern latitudes and making the North West Passage she is now available and ready for a new owner to get her set to go for new adventures and horizons. In the words of her Captain “she will offer great comfort in hard weather conditions” 3.8M Canadian $ refit in 2012 was done which brought her to commercial class unrestricted. She has been lying for the last six years unused in sweet water hence a general refit is required. Her owner is prepared to reduce the price reasonably in order to bring her back to operational state. Recent videos available upon request.

MOTOREN:
1 x Deutz TBD 604 BLG

GESCHWINDIGKEIT:
12 knots aprox.

REICHWEITE:
8500 nautical miles

FASSUNGSVERMÖGEN:
Treibstoff:    78000 Litres
Wasser:   26000 Litres

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ANMERKUNGEN DES MAKLERS:
Full specification to follow shortly. Built in 1957 as a North Sea Trawler this 51 metre steel yacht was later reconverted into a three-masted ocean-going schooner at Abeking & Rasmussen in 1992. Powered by her 605hp Deutz-MWM diesel engine, SEDNA IV is able to attain a high speed of 12 knots and has an efficient range of 8500 nautical miles when sailing at her cruise speed of 10 knots. In short, she is a fantastic, strong and seaworthy expedition yacht.  
After cruising extensively in the Northern latitudes and making the North West Passage she is now available and ready for a new owner to get her set to go for new adventures and horizons.  
In the words of her Captain “she will offer great comfort in hard weather conditions”  
3.8M Canadian $ refit in 2012 was done which brought her to commercial class unrestricted. She has been lying for the last six years unused in sweet water hence a general refit is required. Her owner is prepared to reduce the price reasonably in order to bring her back to operational state. Recent videos available upon request.  

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Canada