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  1. 1976 Van de Stadt Mermaid 12

    February 17, 2013 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    The van de Stadt is a solid seaworthy yacht. Well insulated and there is a central heating. The Owner bought her in Holland in 2008 and sailed her to the Caribbean.
    Motor has been overhauled 3 years ago, has not run a lot of hours
    Besides the cockpit there are also seats on the aft deck.
    Awning for foredeck with cushions to lounche
    Well insulated and central heatings in all huts
    In shower running warm water with thermostatic valve
    Bimini is also watercatcher

    Navigation – Electronics

    Windpilot (2009)
    Elektronic Autopilot (2011)
    Radar
    Mariphone
    Gps
    Echosounder
    220 V AC system
    24 V DC system
    12 V DC system
    Interior and navigation light is LED
    180 watt solar panels
    Charger Victron
    Batteries Agm Victron 300 Ah from 2010
    Starting battery Agm Victron 120 Ah from 2010

    Equipment

    Stove with oven from Taylor (petroleum)
    2 anchors
    Dinghy in good shape (2009)
    Outboard motor Suzuki 2,5 hp. (2009)
    Bathing platform with bathing ladder
    Water tanks 400 L
    Diesel tanks 310 L

    Equipment on Board:

    Rigging has been replaced in 2009
    Lot of sails and extra sails
    2 mainsails
    2 mizzen
    2 cutterjibs
    3 genoas
    Spinnaker
    Yankee (we use this one together with the cutterjib)
    Ape (sail in between the 2 masts)
    Furlex Yankee (almost new) on inox bowsprit
    Jib on inner forestay
    4 zelftailing winches (28) for sheets, winch for reefing line.
    2 selftailing winches for mainmast

    Safty

    6 automatic lifejackets
    Lifeboat (tested in 2010)
    Storm parachute


  2. 2008 Van de stadt Van de Stadt 46

    October 19, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Tauhara is designed as a blue water cruiser for a couple. She is very easy to sail, also single handed. All sail handling is done from the protected cockpit. Normally we would sail with the genoa and main. When things get tough, there are 4 reefs in the main and a storm staysail on a roller reefing. We have sailed around 16.000NM with her since launching and are very happy with the performance. Inside she has more than 2 meter headroom throughout, a full queen size bed in the forepeak and a narrow double behing the galley. One cabin settee is setup as a sea berth with lee cloth. The main table will lower to make an additional double if needed.

    Equipment on Board:

    SSB, 2x VHF, full Raymaine sailing instruments including GPS and chart table repeater, all linked into a dedicated PC. Vesper Marine AIS, Raymarine autopilot with wireless remote, 200L/hour watermaker, hot water cylinder on engine and 230V. 1500W full sinewave inverter. 24 Volt 370AH house bank. 12 Volt 200AH for instruments. 12 Volt 200AH for starting and backup. Maxwell 2200 24Volt anchar winch. 3 oversized anchors with about 125 Meter 10mm chain and about 200 Meter nylon line.

    Please contact seller for detailed list.


  3. 2006 Van de Stadt Cutter 50

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This beautiful boat was designed by E.G. Van de Stadt of Woormerveer, Netherlands. The designer has a world wide reputation as one of Europe’s greatest naval architects. Built in South Africa by Apex Engineering of rolled 6mm steel plate, she was launched in 2006 and sailed to St. Maarten in 2007. The owner of this beautiful boat has added a very comfortable cruising design with a spacious and airy aft master cabin that includes a head with shower and tub. The main salon has a well-appointed galley with four burner stove and wrap around seating for entertaining at the dining table. With a center cockpit and hard dodger, her layout on deck is clean, and functional. Mandolin Wind II sports a wing keel on her steel hull making her a cruising dream, capable of eating up blue water miles in short order. If you are looking for a well found, properly equipped cruising boat this is it.

    General description and Inventory.
    Round bilge hull built in Capetown South Africa by Apex engineering.
    Hull rolled steel plate 6mm with 25mmX6mm 90degree angle stringers at approx. 300mm centres.
    Stainless steel 16mm through deck chain plates welded into hull structure.
    Stainless steel cap rail welded to bulwark.
    32mm X900mm stainless steel stanchions.
    Originally designed for drop keel but redesigned with wing keel, drop keel box converted to main diesel tank.
    Painted PA 10 red oxide etch primer overcoated with Carbomastic epoxy coating and polyurethane insulated with 25mm foam throughout and 50mm foam under deck
    Owner completed and launched March 2006.
    Sailed from Durban, South Afica March 2007 arived St. Maarten, June 2007.

    Equipment on Board:

    Ground tackle.

    * 60lb CQR type anchor- used
    * 45lb genuine CQR anchor-used
    * 20kg Bruce anchor.-new
    * 85lb Fisherman anchor-used
    * 20kg Danforth kedge anchor-new
    * 100 metres 13mm short linkchain.-new
    * 100 metres nylon warp.
    * 12v electric windlass-used

    Sails

    * Roller furling genoa on Profurl LC42 furling gear.-new
    * Self tacking staysail/stormsail.-new
    * Mainsail with lazy jacks and stackpack (2 jiffy reefing points)-new
    * Spinnaker with dual purpose pole and snuffer-used-(new snuffer)
    * Blooper (light air sail).-used
    *

    Winches

    * 2 Andersen 46 self tailing winches-new
    * 2 Enkes AR26 winches serving main sheet and staysail-used
    * 1 Barbarossa mast winch-used
    * 1 Andersen self tailing reefing winch-new

    Electronics

    * Furuno 1715 radar-new
    * Furuno GPS-new
    * Furuno Fishfinder/Depth/Temp-new
    * Icom amateur radio with antenna tuner.-used
    * Icom VHF radio-used
    * Solar panels-used
    * 1000w 220v inverter-used
    * 220/110V battery charger-used

    Engine

    * 80hp Perkins 4236 (rebuilt)with Borg Warner velvet drive transmission driving Verwey variable pitch 2 blade propellor.
    * Yanmar 1GM10 3.5 KVA genset-new
    * Fuel capacity 800lts.in 4 tanks header tank.
    * Electronic fuel transfer pump-new


  4. 1991 VAN DE STADT spirit

    October 18, 2012 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Set up as an offshore cruiser/ live aboard
    This sloop has a v-berth, quarter berth,2 settee berths, good stowage, one hanging locker and a head w/ holding tank. It was sailed from South Africa to MA, through the Caribbean, and most recently has been sailing along the intercoastal waterway.
    Easy to sail and quick, it’s a lot of fun for weekends or longer. sailboat4sale.greskographics.com

    Equipment on Board:

    GALLEY: 2-burner stove w/ oven insulated ice box, 25 gallon water tanks
    DECK: stanchions w/ lifelines,toe rail(serves as sail track), 2-speed winches,dodger
    WORKING GEAR: tiller, 1 cyl new rebuild D-12 engine, NO mainsail, 1 roller furling head sail, 2 anchors
    (bruce&danforth)
    EXTRA:solar panel, new deep cycle batteries, dink w/ 2hp engine, gps, and more


  5. 1980 Van de Stadt ORCA

    October 6, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Archi Plan Vander Stadt built by professional.first category.
    Expertise June 09: 55 000 €. Price of sail:40 000 € (pour reasons of health problems and retired.boat ready for world tour.
    you can see the boat at Sint-Marteen. Tel: 0696 690 33.16.93

    Equipment on Board:

    SAILING BOAT KETCH STEEL 12m Archi Plan Vander Stadt constructs by a professional construction site. Sailing boat in 1st category, new sails, GV lattée, motor 60 CV Yanmar 600 h entirely done again in 2009.
    new hydraulic Bar. Survival of 3 years. Radar Furuno on 1 year. Anemometer Furuno on 1 year. GPS Furuno on 1 year. GPS Garmin 2 years. Compass of compensation. OTHERS if required BY PHONE.
    Value June, 09: 55 000 €. Selling price 40 000 € (for health reasons and of retirement) .Voilier loan tower of the world.


  6. 2006 Van de Stadt Cutter 50

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This beautiful boat was designed by E.G. Van de Stadt of Woormerveer, Netherlands. The designer has a world wide reputation as one of Europe’s greatest naval architects. Built in South Africa by Apex Engineering of rolled 6mm steel plate, she was launched in 2006 and sailed to St. Maarten in 2007. The owner of this beautiful boat has added a very comfortable cruising design with a spacious and airy aft master cabin that includes a head with shower and tub. The main salon has a well-appointed galley with four burner stove and wrap around seating for entertaining at the dining table. With a center cockpit and hard dodger, her layout on deck is clean, and functional. Mandolin Wind II sports a wing keel on her steel hull making her a cruising dream, capable of eating up blue water miles in short order. If you are looking for a well found, properly equipped cruising boat this is it.

    General description and Inventory.
    Round bilge hull built in Capetown South Africa by Apex engineering.
    Hull rolled steel plate 6mm with 25mmX6mm 90degree angle stringers at approx. 300mm centres.
    Stainless steel 16mm through deck chain plates welded into hull structure.
    Stainless steel cap rail welded to bulwark.
    32mm X900mm stainless steel stanchions.
    Originally designed for drop keel but redesigned with wing keel, drop keel box converted to main diesel tank.
    Painted PA 10 red oxide etch primer overcoated with Carbomastic epoxy coating and polyurethane insulated with 25mm foam throughout and 50mm foam under deck
    Owner completed and launched March 2006.
    Sailed from Durban, South Afica March 2007 arived St. Maarten, June 2007.

    Equipment on Board:

    Ground tackle.

    * 60lb CQR type anchor- used
    * 45lb genuine CQR anchor-used
    * 20kg Bruce anchor.-new
    * 85lb Fisherman anchor-used
    * 20kg Danforth kedge anchor-new
    * 100 metres 13mm short linkchain.-new
    * 100 metres nylon warp.
    * 12v electric windlass-used

    Sails

    * Roller furling genoa on Profurl LC42 furling gear.-new
    * Self tacking staysail/stormsail.-new
    * Mainsail with lazy jacks and stackpack (2 jiffy reefing points)-new
    * Spinnaker with dual purpose pole and snuffer-used-(new snuffer)
    * Blooper (light air sail).-used
    *

    Winches

    * 2 Andersen 46 self tailing winches-new
    * 2 Enkes AR26 winches serving main sheet and staysail-used
    * 1 Barbarossa mast winch-used
    * 1 Andersen self tailing reefing winch-new

    Electronics

    * Furuno 1715 radar-new
    * Furuno GPS-new
    * Furuno Fishfinder/Depth/Temp-new
    * Icom amateur radio with antenna tuner.-used
    * Icom VHF radio-used
    * Solar panels-used
    * 1000w 220v inverter-used
    * 220/110V battery charger-used

    Engine

    * 80hp Perkins 4236 (rebuilt)with Borg Warner velvet drive transmission driving Verwey variable pitch 2 blade propellor.
    * Yanmar 1GM10 3.5 KVA genset-new
    * Fuel capacity 800lts.in 4 tanks header tank.
    * Electronic fuel transfer pump-new


  7. 1980 Van de Stadt ORCA

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Archi Plan Vander Stadt built by professional.first category.
    Expertise June 09: 55 000 €. Price of sail:40 000 € (pour reasons of health problems and retired.boat ready for world tour.
    you can see the boat at Sint-Marteen. Tel: 0696 690 33.16.93

    Equipment on Board:

    SAILING BOAT KETCH STEEL 12m Archi Plan Vander Stadt constructs by a professional construction site. Sailing boat in 1st category, new sails, GV lattée, motor 60 CV Yanmar 600 h entirely done again in 2009.
    new hydraulic Bar. Survival of 3 years. Radar Furuno on 1 year. Anemometer Furuno on 1 year. GPS Furuno on 1 year. GPS Garmin 2 years. Compass of compensation. OTHERS if required BY PHONE.
    Value June, 09: 55 000 €. Selling price 40 000 € (for health reasons and of retirement) .Voilier loan tower of the world.


  8. 2006 Van de Stadt Cutter 50

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    This beautiful boat was designed by E.G. Van de Stadt of Woormerveer, Netherlands. The designer has a world wide reputation as one of Europe’s greatest naval architects. Built in South Africa by Apex Engineering of rolled 6mm steel plate, she was launched in 2006 and sailed to St. Maarten in 2007. The owner of this beautiful boat has added a very comfortable cruising design with a spacious and airy aft master cabin that includes a head with shower and tub. The main salon has a well-appointed galley with four burner stove and wrap around seating for entertaining at the dining table. With a center cockpit and hard dodger, her layout on deck is clean, and functional. Mandolin Wind II sports a wing keel on her steel hull making her a cruising dream, capable of eating up blue water miles in short order. If you are looking for a well found, properly equipped cruising boat this is it.

    General description and Inventory.
    Round bilge hull built in Capetown South Africa by Apex engineering.
    Hull rolled steel plate 6mm with 25mmX6mm 90degree angle stringers at approx. 300mm centres.
    Stainless steel 16mm through deck chain plates welded into hull structure.
    Stainless steel cap rail welded to bulwark.
    32mm X900mm stainless steel stanchions.
    Originally designed for drop keel but redesigned with wing keel, drop keel box converted to main diesel tank.
    Painted PA 10 red oxide etch primer overcoated with Carbomastic epoxy coating and polyurethane insulated with 25mm foam throughout and 50mm foam under deck
    Owner completed and launched March 2006.
    Sailed from Durban, South Afica March 2007 arived St. Maarten, June 2007.

    Equipment on Board:

    Ground tackle.

    * 60lb CQR type anchor- used
    * 45lb genuine CQR anchor-used
    * 20kg Bruce anchor.-new
    * 85lb Fisherman anchor-used
    * 20kg Danforth kedge anchor-new
    * 100 metres 13mm short linkchain.-new
    * 100 metres nylon warp.
    * 12v electric windlass-used

    Sails

    * Roller furling genoa on Profurl LC42 furling gear.-new
    * Self tacking staysail/stormsail.-new
    * Mainsail with lazy jacks and stackpack (2 jiffy reefing points)-new
    * Spinnaker with dual purpose pole and snuffer-used-(new snuffer)
    * Blooper (light air sail).-used
    *

    Winches

    * 2 Andersen 46 self tailing winches-new
    * 2 Enkes AR26 winches serving main sheet and staysail-used
    * 1 Barbarossa mast winch-used
    * 1 Andersen self tailing reefing winch-new

    Electronics

    * Furuno 1715 radar-new
    * Furuno GPS-new
    * Furuno Fishfinder/Depth/Temp-new
    * Icom amateur radio with antenna tuner.-used
    * Icom VHF radio-used
    * Solar panels-used
    * 1000w 220v inverter-used
    * 220/110V battery charger-used

    Engine

    * 80hp Perkins 4236 (rebuilt)with Borg Warner velvet drive transmission driving Verwey variable pitch 2 blade propellor.
    * Yanmar 1GM10 3.5 KVA genset-new
    * Fuel capacity 800lts.in 4 tanks header tank.
    * Electronic fuel transfer pump-new


  9. 1991 VAN DE STADT spirit

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Set up as an offshore cruiser/ live aboard
    This sloop has a v-berth, quarter berth,2 settee berths, good stowage, one hanging locker and a head w/ holding tank. It was sailed from South Africa to MA, through the Caribbean, and most recently has been sailing along the intercoastal waterway.
    Easy to sail and quick, it’s a lot of fun for weekends or longer. sailboat4sale.greskographics.com

    Equipment on Board:

    GALLEY: 2-burner stove w/ oven insulated ice box, 25 gallon water tanks
    DECK: stanchions w/ lifelines,toe rail(serves as sail track), 2-speed winches,dodger
    WORKING GEAR: tiller, 1 cyl new rebuild D-12 engine, NO mainsail, 1 roller furling head sail, 2 anchors
    (bruce&danforth)
    EXTRA:solar panel, new deep cycle batteries, dink w/ 2hp engine, gps, and more


  10. 1991 VAN DE STADT spirit

    October 5, 2011 by EVAN

    About this Sailboat:

    Set up as an offshore cruiser/ live aboard
    This sloop has a v-berth, quarter berth,2 settee berths, good stowage, one hanging locker and a head w/ holding tank. It was sailed from South Africa to MA, through the Caribbean, and most recently has been sailing along the intercoastal waterway.
    Easy to sail and quick, it’s a lot of fun for weekends or longer. sailboat4sale.greskographics.com

    Equipment on Board:

    GALLEY: 2-burner stove w/ oven insulated ice box, 25 gallon water tanks
    DECK: stanchions w/ lifelines,toe rail(serves as sail track), 2-speed winches,dodger
    WORKING GEAR: tiller, 1 cyl new rebuild D-12 engine, NO mainsail, 1 roller furling head sail, 2 anchors
    (bruce&danforth)
    EXTRA:solar panel, new deep cycle batteries, dink w/ 2hp engine, gps, and more