15.30 m x 4.65 m x 2.80 m
Mitsubishi S4S 74 hp diesel
Noordkaper 48 lifting keel
Very robust ship equipped for long trips to cold or warm climate. Fully self-supporting. Large sailing area due to variable draft from 0.95 meters to 2.80 meters and particularly seaworthy. Thanks to the attached rudder and unique hydraulic lifting keel construction Inspection and maintenance are simple. The bottom of the ship is made of 20 mm steel, which makes it possible to fall dry. The deck is made of wood epoxy which prevents rust from small damages in daily use. The work deck is flat and very spacious. The stern has a large storage space which can stow for example surfboards, among other things, so that the cabins remain free. 360 view around from the superstructure. From July 2013 to 2014 the ship made a voyage to the Caribbean but apart from this the boat has been only on fresh water. The hull has been repainted in 2 component paint after the journey and the underwater hull has been antifouled. The ship is ready for departure. The VAT has been demonstrably paid. The ship must still be provided with a CE certificate. Are you looking for a ship for a long journey? Then be sure to check out this very versatile Noordkaper.
Name ship Maris, Noordkaper 48, length 15.30 m, width 4.65 m, draft 0.95 - 2.80 m, built in 2000, building number 1, builder hull Dubois Groningen, completed in own management, designer Martin Bekebrede, multichine hull, hydraulically retractable keel, steel, wood epoxy deck on steel rafters, high solid stainless steel railing around, displacement 20,000 kg, ballast 6.500 kg, steering wheel hydraulic, Mantus 40 kg anchor with 65 meters 10 mm chain on Lowrance electric windlass, Bruce 30 kg with plumb line, folding swimming platform, bilge pump, windows 10 mm steel glass, modern white interior, 8 berths, 3 cabins, saloon and navigation space, headroom salon 1.90 m, front cabin with double bed 2.00 m, cabin midship with bunk beds 2.30 meters, 3rd cabin with double bed 2.00 meters, bench in salon 2.30 meters, paint system hull The IJssel 2 component 'stars and stripes', deck 1 component Epifanes, underwater hull Jotun Seaqueen antifouling.
Type of engine Mitsubishi S4S, 74 hp, construction number 071629, built in 2000, diesel, consumption approx. 3.5 liters / hour, propeller shaft, indirect internal bottom cooling so enigine is always winter ready, dry exhaust, 3-blade fixed propeller, Vetus bow thruster, steel fuel tank 500 liters, plastic fuel tank 2 times 100 liters, tachometer, hour meter approx. 1.200 hours, revision 2017 and 50 operating hours after revision, signal for oil pressure and temperature.
Bridge clearance 19.50 m, top rigged, mast steps to first spreader, brown sails, furling mainsail 50 m2 hydraulic from 2001, furling genoa 60 m2 from 2001 on Harken furler, cutter jib 25 m2 from 2013 on Harken furler, gennaker 130 m2 from 2010, removable backstays, stainless steel rigging, cockpit tent on stainless steel frame, 2 times Antal winches 53ST, 2 times Antal winches 43ST, 1 time Andersson winch.
Navigation and equipment:
1x starter battery 50 Ah, 4x 165 Ah AGM light battery, 12 Volt system, shore power connection, Victron Combi 50 Ah charger and 1500 Watt inverter, 7 times 80 Watt solar panels, digital sea charts (world), GPS Toughbook navigation computer with screen in the cockpit, bluetooth operation, Reserve GPS Raymarine 50D plotter, ICOM IC-718 SSB radio with PTC III Modem to retrieve weather maps via sailmail, AIS Class B Transponder (Digital Yacht), Furuno radar 1721 Mark-II, DSC VHF ICOM IC -323, speed log Navman, depth sounder Navman, lighting available incl. emergency lighting, compass, Nexus autopilot.
Gas and water:
Watertank steel with epoxy coating 2 times 650 liters, electric water pressure system, water heater (220V + motor), indoor shower with hot and cold water, 1 x electric toilet, plastic waste watertank 250 liters, refrigerator with freezer, 3-burner stove (gas), oven, Webasto central heating (CV) on diesel.
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