handy and spacious family ship
Basic data of the Lemsteraak 9.50m. Lemsteraak
- Seller:Varskip Platbodembemiddeling
- Brand:Lemsteraak 9.50m.
- Ship's name:Stavast
- Category:Flat and round bottom
- Additional category:Flat and round bottom
- Year of construction:1991
- Last refit:2020
- Experience: A day of boating fun, Family holidays, Suitable for part ownership, (Semi) permanent residence, Weekendcruiser, weekends aboard
- Length:31.17 feet
- Width:11.98 feet
- Draught:2 feet
- Variable draught:No
- Beds:5fixed, 1 additional
- Country: Netherlands
- To view in sales harbour/showroom: Yes
- Price:£ 52.472 VAT Paid (€ 59.000 VAT Paid)
- Account Manager: Nico van Harrewijn
- Boat specifications in PDF: Download here
Lemsteraak after a design by famous yacht designer Martin Brekebrede.
Built with thick surface, very solid.
lxwxd is 9.50x3.65x0.70m.
Built in 1991.
Under sail in 1995, sails are little used as new.
Well maintained and with maintenance history.
Handy and spacious family ship that can sail with 2 persons.
Six berths. Fully equipped.
The ship has been professionally painted outside last winter.
New ironing lights mounted.
Mast and jib are bare and put in new 2K paint system.
Mercedes 40hp diesel built in. Approximately 1300 hours. Wet exhaust.
Mercedes engine overhaul in 1999.
Electrolux fridge, 12V and gas.
Hob gasfire4, thermally protected.
VHF Shipemate RS 8400
R&M pump toilet
Ship is built with massive keel and a plane of 10mm thick. The hull (strakes) underwater are 5mm thick and above water 4 mm. Deck and superstructure are 4mm.
The rafters start at 80cm from the heart of the ship against a longitudinal stringer and the rafter distance is 50cm.
Outside is a heavy mountain timber, while the gunwale is at right angles to the gangway and creates an exceptionally stiff construction.
Opposite the aft bulkhead is the galley with 4 burner cooker with sink and sink.
Behind the mast bulkhead we find the toilet with a washbasin and to starboard cupboard space, further forward in the peak a double berth to port and starboard a single berth.
In the tip transversely a raised sailing cage.
The engine room is easily accessible through the engine hatch in the cockpit which is watertight to close with 2x toggle.
The engine room is well insulated with oil and grease resistant Armaflex.
The engine is mounted on rubber and connected to a shaft with a homokinetic coupling with thrust bearing. Propeller shaft is grease lubricated with bronze bearings, propeller shaft and bearings are renewed in 2014.
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- Draught: 70 cm
- Berths: fixed: 5 Extra: 1