76Ft Aluminium yacht with lifting keel by Ron Holland Design in ready to sail condition. New antifouling winter 2019
This Ron Holland 76 Sloop/Cutter is a beautiful privately owned monohull pleasure craft. She is a presentable and comfortable vessel with an equal feel of space on deck as well as within. She is an aluminium yacht build extremely strong to sail all oceans safe and fast yet she is easy to controll. Her lifting centreboard, gives her a depth of only 2.30m whith centreboard lifted! That means that you can anchor close to the beach and can reach the most beautiful hidden places.
At a striking 76Ft, she is an easy sail, she is manageable, sailed regularly single handily. In good, elegant condition. She is, without doubt, a great investment and ready to be enjoyed for the next chapter of her life. She logged more than 200.000 NM. Last big refit incl paint job hull, new teak decks , complete rigging overhaul, machinery refit etc. in 2011-2012. Last big investments were the new set of North sails and a new battery's (start and service)
Currently dry-docked in Grenada (west indies) waiting for new anodes and antifauling before she will splash water and will be made ready to sail for next caribbean season.
Hull material: Aluminium
Designer: Ron Holland
Builder: C.N. Trehards
Displacement 40 tonns (nett)
LOA: 23.10 m
Beam: 5.66 m
Draft: 2.30m / 4.30m
Fuel: 4000L in stainless steel tanks
Water: 4000L in stainless steel tanks
Contact Jascha Bach at +31 850609220
Please contact Jascha Bach at +31850609220
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 23.10 m
Beam: 5.66 m
Maximum Draft: 4.0 m
Number of heads: 4
This Ron Holland 76 provides a master and two guest cabins each with en suite head, crew cabin with 4 x bunk beds and saillocker with another double crew in case the bunk beds are used for guests.
The master quarters to aft detail a large centreline double bed, sofa area, dressing area and an ensuite head with independent shower compartment. Two guest cabins are found at midships, they include next to double bed also a Pullman berth and an ensuite head each. Crew quarters/guest cabins (4 bunk beds) are located forward with an ensuite head, can be accessed directly from the deck. In sailstorage /garage/workshop/ crewcabin another double or single bed is available in case the 4 bunk beds are in use by guests.
The open-plan saloon area of this Ron Holland cutter provides a sofa-seating area to port and a dining area to starboard with a large dining table and a wrap-around sofa provides seating for all guests.
There is also a navigation station to port with chart table and instruments.
4 cabins, 4 heads
Saloon with large dining table for 12 guests, c-shaped sofa, l-shaped sofa and deck chairs
Chart table with seat
Blue upholstery covers, curtains
Lazarette; very large lazarette on starboard side fitted with air compressor, 2 liferafts of 6 persons each, sails etc
Standing headroom throughout
Galley Large galley with lots of workspace and cooling in fridges and freezers
4 burner gas stove with oven
2 freezers, 300L
2 refrigerators, 300L
Washing machine (Mielle)
Large worktop, Corian
Cooker hood 220V, operated by the inverter
Double stainless steel sink
Cutlery and crockery
Hot and cold water
4000L freshwater tanks
All toilets are electrical, flush with fresh or seawater.
Showers are automatically discharged via grey water tanks.
Engine, electrics, water
6 Cyl in line ATM. MWM, rebuilt in 1997, 9 knots cruising 15L feul/hour.
The engine is driving three alternators 40 amp/24v for the starting batteries, 175amp/24v for the service batteries
2 electric winches on deck near the mast, Lewmar 64, Lewmar 65
7 Lewmar winches in cockpit: 55 - 3 speed manual for mainsheet, 2x 70 electric for genoa, 2x 56 for staysail, 2x 48 for checkstays.
Stainless steel dorades with teak boxes for ventilation (each cabin)
Life raft 2 x 6 pers
Life jackets self-inflatable 10 x
Life buoy/John buoy
Service dates need to be checked
The Company 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.