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Standfast 40

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Year of construction 1973
Material GRP - sandwich
Length 40.03 feet
Width 13.1 feet

Volvo Penta 2003 BT (1991) - 30 HP / 22.37 kW. Beautiful classic Frans Maas design, 2nd owner, 6 sails, autopilot, plotter, VHF, the rigging is renewed in 2018, 6 person life raft

Basic data of the Standfast 40

  • Seller:For Sail Yachtbrokers Zuid
  • Reference:4640
  • Brand:Standfast
  • Model:40
  • Ship's name:Deborah
  • Motorization:Volvo Penta 2003 BT (1991) - 30 HP / 22.37 kW
  • Category:Sailing Yacht
  • Year of construction:1973
  • Material:GRP - sandwich
  • Experience: A day of boating fun, Family holidays, Blue water cruising, seagoing, Sailing races, Weekendcruiser, weekends aboard
  • Length:40.03 feet
  • Width:13.12 feet
  • Draught:7 feet
  • Variable draught:No
  • Vertical clearance:1800 cm
  • Headroom inside:185 cm
  • Beds:4fixed, 4 additional
  • Country: Netherlands
  • To view in sales harbour/showroom: Yes
  • Price:£ 41.577 VAT Paid (€ 46.750 VAT Paid)
  • Account Manager: Nick Dikmans

Documents

General

  • Designer: Frans Maas
  • Shipyard: Frans Maas Jachtbouw in Breskens - The Netherlands
  • Hull number: PAJ 4015 1 12 73
  • Original new price: 165000 eur
  • Hull shape: Roundbilge
  • Hull colour: White
  • Deck colour: Grey
  • Deck construction: Grp - sandwich
    with grey anti-slip (2014 : 1-component system from International)
  • Windows: Goiot deck hatches
  • Cockpit: Aft cockpit
  • Vertical clearance: 18 m
  • Draught: 210 cm
  • Waterline length: 960 cm
  • Displacement: 9,500 kg
  • Ballast: 4,000 kg
  • Steering system: Wheel
    Steering-pedestal with a stainless steel steering wheel (covered with leather - is old)
  • Position steering system: Outside
  • Rudder: Single
    rudder with skeg
  • Keel/Lee board: Fixed keel
    fin keel
  • Comments:
    • White painted polyester hull with a dark blue striping.
    • Teak on both cockpit benches, anti-slip on the cockpit bench behind the steering wheel and teak on the cockpit floor.
    • Fixed aluminium dock house over the cabin entrance with plexiglass windows.
    • Teak entrance hatch.
    • 2x Plastic air vent on deck.
    • 2x Prism in the deck (which provides a lot of light in the interior during the day).
    • In the spring of 2006, the underwater hull was treated and applied with a new system.
    • The ship has been ashore every winter. Before a new layer of antifouling was applied in the spring, the old layer was well sanded, so that the underwater hull remained smooth. In the spring of 2019 a new layer of antifouling (International Micron) was applied to the underwater hull for the last time.
    • The Standfast 40 is the most successful sailing yacht by designer Frans Maas. This competition yacht, which is more than 12 metres long and four metres wide. The first design dates from 1971 and in the period up to 1984 116 Standfast 40's were built in different versions. Larger and smaller Standfasts have also been built, such as the Standfast 27, the Standfast 30 and the Standfast 33, but less of them have been built on the slope than the Standfast 40.
    • In 1975 this Standfast 40 (then still "Goodwin" and owned by Jan van Drongelen) won the famous Fastnetrace. The "Standfast 2" of Piet Vroon and Charlie Gordon, with Frans Maas as crew member on board, became third. The "Standfast 2" even finished third, but by a slightly worse measurement she became second and "Goodwin" first. Shortly afterwards the current (2nd) owner bought the ship in 1975. The owner mainly sailed the ship with his family and only sailed a few club regattas. The ship has been ashore every winter since then.
    • The Standfast 40, designed in the 1970s to meet the requirements of the IOR, is still a fast ship, but of course no longer suitable for the international competition field. The ship, which was built by Frans Maas Jachtbouw in Breskens, is still popular in the southern Netherlands and Belgium. Because of its depth (2.05 to 2.30 metres), one sees the Standfast 40 less on the shallow IJsselmeer and the Wadden Sea. On many ships the boom has been lengthened in order to be able to sail a larger mainsail. The small narrow mainsail of the original design was only intended to obtain the most favourable IOR measurement possible.
    • Because of its sturdy design and good ballast ratio, the Standfast was and is often used for long journeys.
    • The Dutchman Cees de Reus (1940) sailed around the world with his wife Karola, in seven years with his Standfast 40. He wrote the book Rond de wereld met een glimlach [Around the world with a smile] (Hilversum 2008 and Amsterdam 2009).

     

    Early August 2020 :

    • The yacht has been lifted out of the water at the end of July 2020 and was placed on the dry sales jetty.
    • Anti-slip on the deck and the teak in the cockpit have been professionally cleaned.
    • Hull, superstructure, cockpit and all stainless steel have been professionally polished.
    • Hull, superstructure and cockpit have been professionally waxed.

Accommodation

  • Saloon:
  • Headroom: 185 cm
  • Cabins: 2
    forward cabin, saloon and open stern with 2 single beds
  • Berths: fixed: 4 Extra: 4
  • Type interior: Classic, warm
    teak paneling with orange leather upholstery in the saloon
  • Color upholstery: Orange
  • Mattresses:
  • Water tank & material: 200 litre Aluminium
    (2x approx. 100 litre tank)
  • Water system: Pressure + manual
    electric water pump
  • Toilets: 1 Manual
    R&M toilet
  • Radio/CD player: Pioneer radio/CD player with 2 speakers in the salon
  • Cooker & fuel: 3 burner(s) Gas
    Techimpex
  • Oven:
  • Fridge & power source: Electric
    top loader cooling with a Frigoboat compressor
  • Freezer:
    Smal freezer compartment in the fridge
  • Comments:
    • Pendulum sails at the saloon benches
    • Crockery is present
    • The port side water tank has recently been cleaned and equipped with a new seal

Engine, electrics

  • Number of identical engines: 1
  • Starting type: Electric
  • Type: Inboard
  • Brand: Volvo Penta
  • Model: 2003 BT
  • Serial number: 2300050265
  • Year: 1991
  • Number of cylinders: 3
  • Power: 30 hp
    22.37 kW
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Fuel consumption: 2.4 litre/hour
  • Gearbox:
  • Transmission: Shaft
  • Propulsion: Folding propellor
    2 bladed
  • Cooling system: Direct
  • Fuel tanks: 1
  • Total fuel tank(s) capacity: 150 Litre
  • Fuel tank material: Stainless steel
  • Max speed: 7 knots
  • Cruising speed: 6 knots
  • Tachometer:
  • Battery:
    2017 : 2x 140 Ah Bosch domestic battery and 1x engine battery
  • Battery charger:
    TBC 300 Prof Charger
  • Alternator:
  • Voltmeter:
  • Shore power:
  • Shore power cable:
  • Voltage: 12V 220V
  • Comments:
    • Delphi 296 fuel filter with a water separator with sight glass
    • The engine has been serviced every spring
    • 2014 : Diode separation block replaced

Navigation and electronics

  • Compass: Sestrel
    at the steering pedestal
  • Log/speed: Raymarine ST60+
  • Depth gauge: Autohelm ST40
  • Wind gauge: Autohelm ST50
    Wind & VMG (not always 100% accurate)
  • Navigation lights: Anchor, steam, bow (housing is broken) and fence lighting
  • Charts, guides: various navigation charts,, Geo-Triangle etc.
  • Autopilot: Raymarine ST 6002
  • GPS: Lowrance Globalmap 9200C9200
    at the chart table
  • Chart plotter: Lowrance Globalmap 9200C9200
    at the chart table
  • VHF: Sailor RT144
  • Weatherfax/Navtex: Navtex
  • Comments:
    • B&G Distance & Angle Off Course Mark II Hadrian

Rig and sails

  • Sailplan type: Sloop
    Mast Head rigged
  • Number of masts: 1
  • Spars material: Aluminium
    Keel stepped Proctor mast, boom and fixed boomvang, stainless steel rigging (renewed in 2018), double set of spreaders and a hydraulic backstay tensioner
  • Standing rig: Steel wire
  • Sail surface: 90 m2
  • Number of sails: 6
  • Sails material: Dacron
    and Vektron
  • Sails manufacturer: Van Vliet Sails
  • Main sail: Van Vliet Sails : Mainsail : 34 m²
  • Genoa: Van Vliet Sails : furling Genoa with a grey UV protection strip
  • Jib: 2007 : Van Vliet Sails : High Aspect furling jib (7.7 oz Hood Vektron)
  • Furling foresail: Reckmann RS2000 furling jib system (drum can be disassembled)
  • Storm jib: Storm jib : 12 m²
  • Spinnaker: 2x Spinnaker : approx. 130 m²
  • Winches: Stainless steel Andersen winch : 1x 18ST. Stainless steel Barient winches : 3x 22, 1x 3 (steel wire winch). Aluminium Barient winches : 1x 20, 2x 22, 2x 26, 2x 32
  • Manual winches: 12
  • Self-tailing: 1
  • Comments:
    • 2x Aluminum Proctor spinnaker pole
    • 2x Stainless steel Rondal Genoa-sheet turning block
    • 2x Stainless steel Lewmar Genoa car
    • Bulletin
    • Removable second forestay (with a wheel tensioner)
    • Aluminium Hasselfors tubes over the stays and tensioners
    • Backstays
    • Blue mainsail cover
    • The mainsail is easy to operate and trim from behind the steering wheel as it is mounted directly in front, across the full width of the cockpit and on top of both cockpit benches

Deck Equipment

  • Anchors & material: 2 x anchor Galvanized
  • Anchor connection: Rope and chain
  • Sea rails: double-wire
  • Push- and pulpit(s):
  • Swimming ladder: folding stainless steel bathing ladder
  • Fenders, lines: 3x fender and 6x mooring rope
  • Comments:
    • Set of (signal) flags
    • Toolbox
    • Various materials for maintenance (e.g. closures)

Safety

  • Life buoy:
  • Life raft: 6 Person Plastimo life raft in a container (tested to 03-2021)
  • Bilge pump: Manual Electric
    1x manual and 1x electric
  • Fire extinguisher: 2x fire extinguisher (to be inspected/renewed)
  • Gas bottle locker with drain: Advice : Replace the gas hoses and the gas valve at the cooker
  • Self-draining cockpit:
  • Comments:
    • Emergency tiller
    • Orange horseshoe lifebuoy with lifeline
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