Germania Nova Max Oertz FNM Schooner
1 x 425hp Deutz
10 berths in 5 cabins
4.950.000 € EU VAT not paid
The 59.80m luxury sailing yacht GERMANIA NOVA, built in 2011 is a stunning replica of the Dr. Max Oertz designed and Krupp built racing schooner, Germania, from 1908. She was designed using identical hull lines as well as the same sail and deck plans. An admirable achievement, GERMANIA NOVA has all of the charm and nostalgia of the Edwardian Era, combined with modern comfort and the high-performance standards of the original GERMANIA. She carries 12 crew and can accommodate up to 10 guests in one master cabin and four nearly identical guest cabins. GERMANIA NOVA has full charter class under LY2, of which the 10 year is in the process of renewal
1 x 425hp Deutz BF6M1015MC
Engine Hours: 10548 aprox.
14 knots aprox.
Fuel: 12957 Litres
Water: 9000 Litres
Mastervolt Mass Charger x 4
Mastervolt Inverter Mass Sine 24/5000 230 V AC
Generators 1 x 70 kW Kohler 1 x 50 kW Kohler (large service 2022) 3/2022 (stbd gen hrs 23690 Port 21398)
Hundestad variable pitch propeller
Hydraulic retractable Bowthruster (serviced 2022)
Air conditioning: Air with air handlers on deck and 20 fan coils throughout the yacht. (new compressors in 2018)
2 x Idromer MC2J watermakers @ 130 litres/hour
Jets vacuum sanitary system
Service batteries for silent nights (2022)
Crew Berths: 12
Crew Cabins: 3
Very spacious and comfortable for up to 10 guests in 5 double bed cabins all with unsuited bathrooms.
The very spacious and luminous full beam salon has a large dining table which converts into a bar.
Opposite is a gimballed table for comfortable eating, even when heeling at an angle of 20 degrees. Leather
upholstery, draft beer and an ice‐cube maker add to the comfort provided on board.
The ship has a wine cellar with a capacity of more than 300 bottles.
GERMANIA NOVA has one large owner’s cabin aft with a king size double bed, walk‐in wardrobe, two sofas, TV, iPod
connection, writing desk and a sizable bathroom with shower and separate toilet.
The ship has four nearly identical guest cabins, each equipped with a double bed (French‐sized), wardrobe, writing
desk, iPod connection and a small but attractive bathroom with shower, washbasin and toilet. All cabins have individual
air conditioning systems, well‐equipped bookshelves and make‐up mirrors.
Up forward in front of the saloon with:
chief engineer’s cabin
Satellite Pay Television
TV in Main Saloon, Master Stateroom, guest cabins.
5.1 Dolby surround sound Bose
Wine Celler for up to 300 bottles
Direct steam oven
Food waste disposer TEKA Tr 50.2
Miele Microwave oven M81512
Miele Commercial dishwasher G8050
Miele Ceramic induction hobs
Miele Coffee Machine CVA 3650ST LAUNDRY
Miele Condenser tumble dryer PT5135C
Miele Washing machine PW 5065
Miele Rotary ironer HM 1683
The navigation system is integrated and centralised in the deckhouse with individual operation units installed throughout the vessel.
The system is designed and installed to the standards of the classification society with relevant documentation
The system includes radar, charter plotter system, full GMDSS, AIS, Navtex, Cassens and Plath compass,
Zollner Typhoon, Satellite and GSM Communication, autopilot, wind indicator, rudder position, speed and depth instruments.
Repeaters are located at the helm station.
The vessel is equipped with a satellite-based internet system with Wi-Fi throughout.
Thrane & Thrane Sailor TT3000E mini–C GMDSS System
Standard C: THRANE & THRANE TT - 3672A
VHF radio: SAILOR RT5020 - X1 MF/HF CU5100 ICOM
GMDSS SAILOR SP 3520
Standard HORIZON HX 290
Furuno Marine Radar FAR 21x7
Alphatron Alphaminicourse V2 Giro Compass
Satellite phone: SAILOR TT‐3606E
Ship's computer with printer, central telephone system, GSM repeater
The deck is teak laid on steel and the deckhouses are lightweight aluminium with teak wood veneer with teak framing.
An external formal dining area for up to 10 people is forward of the main helm position and has a gimballed table for comfort.
The back of the bench seats can be flipped inboard or outboard depending on the requirements of the guests.
The main deckhouse has seating areas on each outboard side for 6.
Fantail cushions for sunbathing.
Under water lighting at the stern and LED lighting of the bulwarks.
Connection to large portable speakers for parties on deck.
The main saloon has a draft beer system - currently not operational
Anchor Windlass 2 x Sets make CARRAL Neptuno hydraulic
SPARS & SAILS:
Germania Nova has eight working sails built by North sails from Dacron and fashioned in the classic style with leather reinforced corners to maintain the period look.
All are raised and sheeted using hydraulic winches, while manual winches are used for lighter work such as running backstays.
The 8 working sails are the main sail, main gaff topsail, main topmast staysail, fore sail, fore sail, fore sail jib and jib top.
The boat has one set of sails:
450 m² mainsail
180 m² foresail
104 m² forestaysail
111 m² jib
178 m² main gaff topsail
61 m² main top mast staysail
62 m² fore topsail
55 m² jib topsail
108 m² storm trysail
46 m² storm jib
All sails serviced 2022
The rigging is traditional in style as close to original as possible within the GL Class rules
The bowsprit, masts and booms are made by Ventis/Netherlands from Oregon pine.
Topmasts are made by Ventis, Netherlands from Spruce
Bowsprit is solid glued wood
Main and mizzen masts are hollow and double conical laminated wood.
Topmasts are hollow and conical laminated wood.
Booms are hollow and double conical laminated wood
The topmasts and jackyards are made from spruce, fine grain, rift cut.
The gaffs are made from carbon fibre, surface painted like wood.
The original wooden ones are available for classic races.
There is a spinnaker boom made from spruce.
The fittings in the rigging and on deck are made from glass bubble blasted stainless steel with satin finish.
The style is following the original from 1908
The winches are custom made Meissner winches, produced by Holmatro/ Netherlands.
They are hydraulic driven capstan type with two and three speeds Sail winches by Holmatro/Meissner Types 6000 H, 400 H, 75 H, and 75
Fittings in the rigging made from glass bubble blasted stainless steel
Standing rigging galvanised steel, parcelled and served, made by Oevelgoenner Tauwerkstatt, Germany
Ultra-Fog Fire extinguishing system in cabins
Fire extinguishing system for Engine Room
Fire alarm system: VIGOTRONICA
FM200 fixed firefighting equipment in AER and MER
RFD Beaufort MK IV Life rafts
Farrow & Chambers 6.5m Classic Custom Launch with 30hp diesel
DSB 5.1m sports boat with 115hp Yamaha with wakeboarding pole
Skiing and wake-boarding equipment
SERVICE HISTORY AND CONSTRUCTION:
Germanischer Lloyd's 100A5 Sailing Yacht
The 59.80m luxury sailing yacht GERMANIA NOVA, built in 2011 is a stunning replica of the Dr. Max Oertz designed and Krupp built racing schooner, Germania, from 1908.
She was designed using identical hull lines as well as the same sail and deck plans. An admirable achievement, GERMANIA NOVA has all of the charm and nostalgia of the Edwardian Era, combined with modern comfort and the high-performance standards of the original GERMANIA.
She carries 12 crew and can accommodate up to 10 guests in one master cabin and four nearly identical guest cabins.
GERMANIA NOVA has full charter class under LY2, of which the 10 year is in the process of renewal