|Tax Status:||Tax Not Paid|
Huelva Badajoz Spain|
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1933 Scottish sailboat built by the shipyards on the River Clyde in Scotland. It also stands out for its beauty by its spacious coverage and its capacity for 12 people (10 +2).
It has a length of 10.85 meters and a beam of 3.02 meters with a very clear deck.
The boat has a Vetus engine of 45 HP in good condition, it was new 9 years ago and is always reviewed by the same trusted workshop. The boat needs love and works to leave it in optimal conditions although at present she works without problems. But you have to be aware that she needs carpentry, electronics and painting. It is a wonderful project for lovers of the sea. The owner bought it in a lamentable state and invest a lot of time and love in restoring it. The boat sails perfectly today. The ship is located on the 6th Spanish list since 2004 and belongs to a society. It is sold by business strategy change. The boat needs investment to put it up to date about € 5,000 in terms of electronics, review of carpentry and painting. It already depends on the new owner and what he wants to spend but as said the ship has never stopped working and can start giving an income also to you.
Documents in order
The Year of 1933.
Length and magazine 10.85 x 3 m. Skin 1.86 m.
A VETUS engine - power 45 CV - diesel -injection - interior
Fuel capacity 20 l. and water capacity 40 l.
Capacity for 10 passengers + 2 crew
Table in the saloon
Radio CD TV.
A bilge pump
The boat has a Vetus engine of 45 HP in good condition, it was new 9 years ago and is always reviewed by the same trusted workshop.
|No. of engines:||1|
|Length over all:||36'|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|