The renowned Dutch naval Architect Bekebrede is well known for his rigid and seaworthy designs. This sturdy ketch-cutter rigged Danish Rose 312 motor sailor built for all weather and will certainly enable you to cross wide open waters and explore distant horizons. The boat is technical and cosmetic well maintained.The deck is accessible with non-skid painted side-decks. There are two helm positions; one in the cockpit with a tiller, and one in the cabin with a hydraulic steering wheel. You thus have the choice to steering outside in fair weather, or find a well sheltered spot in the heated cockpit in bad weather. The rig is is easy to reef the sails thanks to the lazy jacks. The jib is on a roller, so it is quickly removed. The jib is self tacking and sailing upwind is quite easy. The advantage of the chosen rig is that it positions the sail pressure point low and this contributes to the stability of the yacht. Besides the bowsprit is a beautiful mechanical anchor winch is on the foredeck, which certainly contributes to the tough looks of the boat.
The interior with professionally made teak carpentry shows not many traces of use and is still in good shape considering the age. To port is the inside steering position where one has good overview on the boat and over the water. All navigation equipment including a modern chartplotter and engine instruments are within reach. To the right is a table with a buddy seat. Two steps down leads into the galley with double sink, oven and cooler. Opposite is the head with toilet, sink and shower. The salon has beautiful dark blue upholstery. In the bow is a fixed double berth. Port side, behind the helm is a real pilot berth where one can sleep at sea. This area can obviously also be used as extra storage space. The salon sofa's have lee-cloths so two extra beds can be made here.
The Danish Rose 31 Motorsailer is a solid seaworthy yacht and an eye-catcher. It unites nautical nostalgia with modern technology and is a joy to sail. It is big enough for a family, and small enough for one to sail single handed.
Shape: round bilge joggled steel 5 mm Deck design: non skid painted Superstructure: steel Keel/Leeboard: long keel Rudder: on keel Steering system: hydraulic wheel inside, tiller in cockpit Windows: aluminum frames Load displacement (kg): 8.500 Ballast (kg): led cast with extra ballast Vertical clearance (m): ca 12.50 mtr Boatyard: De Scheepsbouwers Werkendam(NL) Designer: M. Bekebrede Other: length hull 9,80
hull painted 2016
hull 5 mm
survey 2011 available (Dutch)
construction started 1989, comissioned 1991
Material, colours: varnished teak Upholstery, curtains: dark blue upholstery Saloons: salon Cabins: 1 double cabin in bow Berths: 2 + 2 Headroom: ca 2.00 Toilet: underwater pumptoilet Shower/bath: yes Sound system/TV: Sony radio cd Cooking device: 3 burner stove Oven: yes Fridge: Peltier Freezer: no Heating: Webasto 3,5kW
Engine, electrics, water
Power: 50 hp Make: Ford 4.16 Year built: 1991 Engine hours: ca 4.993 Fuel: diesel Fuel tank: 400 ltr Cooling system: indirect Propulsion: shaft grease lubricated; 4 blade propeller Bow thruster: yes Voltage: 12 V / 220 V Battery: 2x 100 Ah, 2x 80 Ah, 1x 60 Ah (bowprop) Battery charger: Victron 12 V 450 W 25 A Alternator: 1x on engine, 1x on shaft (disconnected) Inverter: Victron 12 V 450 W 25 A Water pressure system: electrical Warm water: boiler on 220V and engine Water tank: 100 ltr Holding tank: no (can be fitted though) Shore power: yes Serial numbers: D 37 EA Voltmeter: yes Tachometer: yes Water tank gauge: yes Oil pressure gauge: yes Temperature meter: yes
Rig and sails
Type: cutter-ketch with fixed bowsprit Spars, stays: aluminum Winches: Lewmar CST Sails material: dacron Main sail: dark red Main sail reefing system: 2 slabreefs Mizzen: dark red Mizzen reefing system: one reef Fore sail: boom jib, dark red Fore sail reefing system: furler Jib: polyester, dark red 2010 Halfwinder: yes Masts: aluminium
Navigation and electronics Navigation lights: yes Compass: VDO Rudder indicator: in autopilot Log/speed: VDO Depth: VDO Wind: VDO Autopilot: autohelm ST 6000 VHF: Standard Horizon GX 1500 E (no ATIS) Chart plotter: Raymarine RC435
Anchor: CQR Windlass: manual Fenders, lines: complete inventory Sprayhood: no Swimming ladder: fixed stairs Swimming platform: Sea rails, pushpit, pullpit: yes Tender: no Outboard engine: no
Radar reflector: yes, alarm Bilge pump: yes Fire extinguisher: extuingishers 3x Gas bottle locker: yes
We invite you to make an appointment at firstname.lastname@example.org for a visit in Den Helder (NL) to come and see her. Your yacht broker is Robert de Vries, +31(0)228 855 380.