2007 Viking Gokstad Ship

Added 24 January, 2013

About this Sailboat:

Not all Viking ships are from Scandinavian countries! “Drakar” is a Viking style Long Boat built in Brazil. Drawings were from the Gokstad Ship built around 890 AD, located in a Norwegian museum. One-of-a-kind, heavy built with (farmed) tropical wood. Hull is 1 3/4in thick and deck is 1.2in thick. Owner/builder was fascinated with the Viking conquerors and fulfilled a lifelong dream in the creation of Drakar. The vessel was used briefly in Brazil for cruises carrying 95 passengers and is currently in the Caribbean. Current owner continues to maintain and improve Drakar. A 7 week haul-out was completed in the summer of 2012 making her ready for a new owner.

Equipment on Board:

Specs
Flag of Registry: Brazil

Engines
Engine Brand: MWM Brazil
Engine(s) Total Power: 250 HP
Engine Model: D-229-6
Engine Type: Inboard
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Year Built: 2007
Engine Hours: 3767

Propulsion / Mechanical
•Engine Make: MWM Brazil
•Model: D-229-6
•Number of Engines: 2
•H/P: 250 Total, 125 Each
•Hours: (Approx.) Port, 3767 – Stbd, 3799
•Cruising Speed: 7 kts @ 1900 rpm, 10 kts @ 2100 rpm
•Burn Rate @ 7 kts: (Approx.) 1 eng – 6.6 gal / 25 liters, 2 eng – 13 gal / 50 liters
•Transmission(s): ZF Marine
•Model: ZF 220
•Racor Fuel Filtering System
•Bronze Raw Water Pumps (Belt Drive)
•S/S Air Filter Brackets

Measurements / Tankage
•LOA: 76ft / 23.85m
•Beam: 20ft / 6.20m
•Draft: 4.75ft / 1.45m
•Displacement: 47tons / 47,000kg
•Ballast: 6614lbs / 3,000kg
•Cabin Headroom: 6ft 4in / 2m
•Fuel Capacity: Diesel, 476gal / 1,800liters Total (Poly)
•Fresh Water Capacity: 317gal / 1,200liters (Poly)

Electronics
•GPS/Chartplotter: Garmin, GPS Map 398
•Magnetic Compass
•VHF: Uniden Solara DSC

Accommodations
•Cabins: 3
•Berths: 5
•Galley w/ S/S Deepsink, Propane Stove, Oster Double Burner Hotplate, Toaster, Coffee Maker, Dinnerware, Pots & Pans, Cutlery
•Heads: 2, 1 – Electric, 1 – Manual, w/Shower

Electrical & Plumbing
•110/220 & 12 Volt
•Starting Batteries: 5 Total, 3 – Master Volt AGM 160 AH (2007), 2 – Bosch Maintenence Free 150 AH (2007)
•Inverter: Xantrex Pro Watt SW 2000
•Lighting: All LED
•Wind Generator: Seabreeze
•Solar Panel
•Pressurized Water
•Toilet: 2 Total, 1 Jabsco Manual, 1 Jabsco Electric
•Shower
•Salt Water Washdown at Bow

Deck, Ground Tackle & Sails
•Full Canvas Deck Cover
•Dingy Davit
•NEW Paint. Topside, Sigma Coaltar 2-Part Epoxy (3-Coats), Bottom, Sigma Coaltar 2-Part Epoxy (2-Coats) With Jotun Sea Queen Self-Polishing (3-Coats) Completed Summer 2012
•Anchor: 3 Total, 2 Fisherman – 120 lbs/55 kg & 110 lbs/50 kg, 1 Grapple – 99 lbs/45 kg
•Ground Tackle: Chain, 10 mil / 164 ft / 50 m – Nylon 3-Strand, 66 ft / 20 m
•Sails: 2 Total, 1 – 23ft X 23ft / 7m X 7m, 1 – 26ft X 26ft / 8m X 8m

Safety & Misc.
•100 Life Jackets
•Life Rings: 2
•Life Raft: 2 Total, 8 – Person
•Bilge Pump: 4 Total, 3 – Electric, 1 – Manual
•Fenders & Mooring Lines
•Spares: Boom, Filters, F/W Pump, Bilge Pump
•Haul-out during Summer 2012 included: Full paint (Top Grade 2-Part Epoxy), Completely stripped the bottom, Replaced 8 planks, 1/3 of the Keel and Re-Caulked the Entire Vessel!
•Not Included – But Available, 8ft / 2.5m Dingy w/Johnson 9.5 O/B

Broker Comments

Impressive! Catches the attention of everyone when entering a harbor. A very solid, heavily built vessel which you can use for day/sunset cruises, educational programs or movie production. Drakar can be sailed, rowed (16 Rowing Stations) or motored easily with twin diesels. Even with all the modern amenities it is easy to imagine Viking conquerors manning the oars keeping rhythm with their drum.


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