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  1. 1939 74′ Ortholan Argentina Classic Motorsailer Ketch

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This beautifully appointed classic vessel will make you feel like a celebrity. It lends itself to comfort with four cabins which will accommodate up to 8 guests. There are two heads, located in the bow section, each with their own shower, plus a head and shower in the aft portion of the vessel. The warmth of the mahogany throughout lends itself to the feeling of being on a luxury cruising vessel of days gone by. There is substantial storage throughout the cabins in various lockers and closets. The interior has formica overhead with varnished beams. Fastenings are steel and bronze. Four (4) cabins which accommodate up to 8 guests
    Two (2) heads with showers in the bow section
    Crew cabin with head and shower in the aft section

    Galley
    The galley which is aft of the salon, is well appointed and configured for convenience with many storage drawers and cabinets, as well as good counter top space for preparing meals. Galley includes stove and oven with LP lines and regulator
    Hot water tank in locker on aft deck
    Custom refrigerator and deep freezer with ice maker

    Equipment on Board:

    Electronics & Navigational Gear
    All equipment is reported to be in good condition, however updating would be desirable. Radar
    VHF
    Sat Naviation
    Auto pilot

    Hull and Deck Equipment
    The hull and deck are built with 1 3/8″ Lapacho wood, with frames 2′ x 5″ doubled at 16″ in centers with a curved stern and transom. The flooring is 3′ timber wood with steel reinforcements. The deck is hand laid teak, and the boat rails are steel and varnished wood. Keel is iron and wood, skeg is bronze
    External ballast is the iron keel
    Superstructure is painted wood with teak trim
    Deck is stainless and galvanized iron
    Ground tackle: 120 lb self stowing anchor, with 1/2 inch chain

    Mechanical and Engine Room
    Two GM diesel engines, 120hp each with stainless steel silencers
    Fresh water cooling system
    One generator
    One alternator
    Bilge pumps and two mechanical pumps
    Propellers are 26″ bronze, with three (3) blades, with 2″ stainless steel shafts
    Electric fuel pump
    Engine storage batteries, 2 banks, with 32v, with auxiliary battery, 4, 12v
    Two firefighting extinguishers

    Sailing Equipment
    Stainless steel running rigging
    Aluminum masts and booms
    Dacron sails and spinnaker with canvas covers