Basic data of the Bodewes Wad & Sontvaarder/Varend Woonschip
- Seller:Private seller
- Model:Wad & Sontvaarder/Varend Woonschip
- Category:Sailing houseboat
- Additional category:Traditional/classic motor boat
- Year of construction:1910
- Experience: Family holidays, (Semi) permanent residence, Blue water cruising, seagoing
- Length:84.84 feet
- Width:16.27 feet
- Draught:6 feet
- Variable draught:No
- Headroom inside:200 cm
- Beds:5fixed, 2 additional
- Country: Netherlands
- Price:£ 168.087 (€ 189.000)
- Boat specifications in PDF: Download here
- Draught: 190 cm
- Headroom: 200 cm
- Berths: fixed: 5 Extra: 2
Forebay: storage space of materials for sailing and generator room.
Trunk room: storage room for paint stuff, among other things.
Blue room: room above the water tanks with a single bed, with its own diesel heater.
Spacious: living kitchen with kitchenette, large dining table, 2 desks, (sleeping) couch, diesel stove, and lots of built-in closet space.
Intermediate space: toilet, batteries, inverter, chargers, freezer.
Engine room: spacious engine room with diesel tanks, main engine, holding tank, sewage pump, workbench, stairs to wheelhouse.
Wheelhouse and chart room: control ship with nautical instruments, behind it chart room with also washer and dryer.
Roef (under the wheelhouse): formerly the residence of the ship, now bedroom with 2 x double bed and toilet with shower, own diesel heater.
Carpentry: plywood, medan (tropical hardwood) hardwood floor in good condition.
Insulation: rock wool, well insulated, only the wheelhouse is only of teak without insulation.
Sleeping accommodation: blue room for 1 person, aft: 2 x double beds.
Floor plan (on scale 1:100) see attachment to photos.
Bathroom: sink, mixer tap with hot & cold running water. Tiled in 1 room together with the toilet.
Toilets: in front ship electric flush toilet on outside water, this halves the water consumption, very sustainable.
Rear toilet; manual flush toilet on outside water, even more durable.
Galley: L-shaped kitchen.
Stove: 5-burner stove with extractor fan on propane.
Oven: propane gas oven and electric combi microwave/oven.
Fridge: present, A++ on 230 Volt.
Freezer: present, A++ on 230 Volt.
Sink: wooden worktop.
Sink: double and stainless steel.
Mixer tap: hot & cold running water.
Washing machine: available.
Headroom: wheelhouse (approx.) 1.75 - 2.00 m
engine room (approx.) 2.70 m
roef aft (approx.) 2.00 m
wheelhouse front (approx.) 1.95 m
toilet hold (approx.) 1.90 m
Main engine: GM diesel engine, type 6V71 N4V, serial no. 6VA0 79121, built in 1974, power
228hp at 2,100 rpm. documentation available.
Anchors: the Ero is equipped with 2 bow anchors. On port side a "Gruson" sea anchor of approx. 135 kg and
on starboard side a clipper anchor of approx. 150 kg. The anchor winch is both electrically and manually operated.
gasoil storage tank 1000 liters
day tank 200 liters
stove deck 200 liters
stove hold 1400 liters
generator set 200 liters.
Total gas oil 3000 liters.
Cooling system: closed system, pipes under the ship.
Propulsion: 2 bladed propeller with grease lubricated propeller shaft.
Coupling: Twin Disc MG 509 hydraulic documentation available.
Speed: (approx) 10 km/hr cruising speed at 1200 RPM.
Heating: four diesel heaters.
Power supply: 24 / 230 / 400 Volt.
Batteries: 4x service batteries
2x starter batteries
1x starter battery generator
Battery charger: Victron charger 24V/50A
Earth leakage switch: present
Generator: whisper set 10 kVA
Inverter: Victron 1200 W and 1500 W sine wave inverter.
Drinking water tank: (approx.) 2x 2000 liter cemented steel tanks.
Water pressure system: speckhydrofoor.
Hot water system: Rinnai fast starting gas geyser.
Holding tank: (approx.)100 liter with pump to pump waste water to shore.
Bilge pump: submersible 230 Volt.
Deck wash pump: present 24 Volt
Gas system: gas storage with two propane bottles on board.
Navigation and electronics
The wheelhouse is equipped with:
o 2 x built-in VHF radio + 1 handheld
o magnetic compass
o depth sounder
o navigation lights
o hand-window wiper
Rig and sails
Mast: lowerable by means of electric (400 V) winch, mast-boom combination is suitable for hoisting for example a dinghy.
Davits: two pieces at the stern complete with rope and blocks, very suitable for a dinghy.
Passage height: (approx.) 15 m and 5.25 m with mast struck.
Owner: Dutch owner.
Registered/registered: inland shipping.
Costs for registration and eventual deregistration are for the account of the buyer.
Color / conservation: black and coaster blue hull, cream white superstructure, in good condition.
Last underwater ship treatment 06-2018
Certificates: Community Inland Navigation Certificate (CBB)
zone 2 Netherlands
except: Waal, Lek & NL Rhine
valid until: 06-2025
Suitable: for habitation and for wide waters.
General information: good sailing characteristics. Delivery in consultation.
Additional information: forepeak with chain bin, suitable for sailing the European channels and rivers. Very suitable for open water, also suitable for open sea.
International tonnage certificate number 21201, date of issue 29.08.1983
Safety: fire extinguishers and life preservers according to certification requirements, also 2 smoke detectors and 1 carbon monoxide detector.
- hull has been protected for the last 20 years with active cathodic protection,
- suitable for living and sailing,
- to be found at the Het Historisch Bedrijfsvaartuig; LVBHB under BHS number 11386
- in the book "Schepen die blijven" on page 265
- some additional information on http://www.aanenuitleg.nl/ero.html
---see also www.123varen.nl