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18 October, 2012 by EVAN

About this Sailboat:

S/y Eleonor

Originally built as stationary rescue cutter for the northern Baltic Sea by Oscar Shellin 1947 in Kungsör, Sweden.

Measurements: 13 m x 3,8 m x 1,2 m (1,6 m board lowered)

Materials: Double honduras mahogany planking copperfastened to laminated ash-frames.

Oak in all other constructions. Teak-deck. All fittings in bronze. Ballast 3,5 tons lead.

Converted in the 70th to gaff rigged ketch.

Motor: Ford 4 cyl. 82 hp

This boat has been laid up since the 90’s. The hull has been treated with epoxy and decks refitted.

Interiors and rigging have to be re-mounted. As seen from the pictures, the boat resambles the lines of an Collin Archer, but with shoal-draght.

Suitable as a family cruiser for 6 pers. 2.

Wish to be sold as a renovation project. Great potential!

Equipment on Board:

The boat is available either with or without the following equipment.

Anchor winch: mechanical with 50 meters of Anchor rope.

Anchor: Log Anchor 25 kilograms Danfort 25 kilograms

Interior: Traditional wooden interior with 5 cabins, wooden heater etc.

Tanks: 140 Liter Water tank & 140 Liter Diesel Tank

Additionally:

– navigational compass
– reserve compass
– depth sounder
– navigation lanterns
– rescue raft (Viking for 6 people)
– Rubber dinghy (4 people)
– floating vests (5 people)
– fire extinguisher (2007)
– Water pump (12 V)
– Hand pump (Whale)
– Anchor lanterns
– etc etc…

Kungsör Stationary Rescue Cutter
Kungsör Stationary Rescue Cutter
Kungsör Stationary Rescue Cutter
Kungsör Stationary Rescue Cutter
Kungsör Stationary Rescue Cutter
Kungsör Stationary Rescue Cutter
Kungsör Stationary Rescue Cutter
Kungsör Stationary Rescue Cutter
Kungsör Stationary Rescue Cutter
Kungsör Stationary Rescue Cutter
Kungsör Stationary Rescue Cutter
Kungsör Stationary Rescue Cutter
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