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The Barquentine Thalassa, elegant, graceful, and one of the fastest tall-ships currently in the Dutch fleet is being offered for sale by Privateer Yacht Sales.
A traditional windjammer, Thalassa combines the legacy of the golden age of sailing with modern amenities and state of the art safety systems.
This well maintained modern pride of the European Tallship Trade is ready for immediate export to any world-wide location with all regulatory certifications in place. Additionally all contracts are transferable with the purchase of the vessel. North/South American buyers can have delivery arranged by Privateer Yacht Sales.
An outstanding value at a 2.2 million Euro list price, Thalassa present s an excellent business opportunity as an expeditionary vessel, corporate flagship, or sail-training vessel. The possibilities are endless!
No Reasonable Offer Will Be Refused - Terms are available to the qualified buyer.
General Vessel Details
Type: Three Masted Steel Hull Barkentine
Shipyard: Haak, in Zaandam, Netherlands
Year Built: 1980: rebuilt 1995
Class/Survey: Special Purpose Ship, SOLAS certificated for 36 trainees and 6 crew. Certificate of Seaworthiness issued in Neitherlands, registered Holland Z1234 no ice vb 4 (worldwide);30 pass. en 6 crew. Daycharter: EU 9818 certificate for max. 150 pass. en 5 crew. ISM system for Bureau Veritas.
Length of Hull: 38,70m , 127 ft.
Width Hull: 8,00m, 26.3 ft
Spared length: 48.00 x 8,00 m, 157.4 x 26.3 ft
Draft: 3,90 m
Displacement: GRT 257 ton; NRT 120 ton
Headroom: 2.3 m, 7.5
Price: 2.2 million Euro. No reasonable offer will be refused.
N.B.; no value added tax is owed on this vessel, Thalassa is ready for immediate export. All current regulatory vessel certifications and vessel contracts are transferable to a new owner/operator upon closing.
Design, built, hull condition, conservation
Hull construction: Welded steel 8-12 mm in thickness
Ballast: 80 tonnes of concrete and steel.
Bulkheads: 6 x watertight
Hull shape: V-Bottom
Material deck: Steel
Material superstructure: Steel
Floor construction: Parquet, fixed construction
Condition underwatership: Excellent
Haul Out Frequency: Annually every October for visual and /or inhanced visual hull inspection
Last survey: Yearly survey (2013 measured)
Paint system: Sandblasted, 4 coatings of 2 conponents system, Hempel finish
Main engine: Deawoo/ MWM 12 Cyl. ,782 hp. 529,60 kW, new 2006
Gearbox: MG 521 Twindisk 4:1
Cooling: Closed system, pipes under bottom
Propeller: 3 blades, bronze; diam. 1,60 m
Bowthruster: Hydraulic system 100 HP with pipe through hull
Steering System: Hydraulic for manual as well as electrical auto-helm
Other installations and tanks
Generator: 30 kVA Lister, 4 cyl., 2005 (engine 2007); 30 kVA Lister, 4 ctl., 1994
Hot water source: central heating and cooling water from generators
Water pressure system: 2 x Speck pump with pressure tanks
Heating: central heating, Kabola, 46 kW
Privateer Yacht Sales offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice
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