Classic example of the Dagless 57 Fleur de Lys, built by Dagless of Wisbeck in 1967. She has benefited over the years by having loving owners who have kept her continuously in first class condition and is a true collector's ítem, however due to personal circumstances of the owner she has not been cared for very much or used in the last three years, and now needs some serious refitting, mainly new decks and some woodwork on the cabin sides. Estimates run in the range of 30/40.000 EUR Lying in Greece, a berth is available if required. For further details and inspection arrangements please contact listing bróker David Routledge at Ancasta Palma.Inventory
Danforth steering compass
Navico DS 2000 echo sounder
Navico DL 2000 log and speed indicator
Furono 360 radar
2 x Sailor VHF
Garmin GPS with plotter
Intercom to all cabins
Tender with outboard
Fixed sunbathing mattress.
Aft-deck Iroko table with chairs
Stainless-steel davits with tender fitted
Teak bathing platform with fresh domestic water shower, bathing ladder
Blue tailored aft-deck awning and blue covers for hatch etc.
Warps, fenders and boathook.
Avon life raft for 8 persons in buoyancy chamber
Circular deck lifebuoys, life wests for 8 persons
Emergency flares including parachute flares.
In engine room three Firemaster Modula Plus F2 Halon automatic units
In galley, saloon and accommodation each 2 kg. BFC unitsBridge
Built by Dagless in the UK in 1967
Carvel construction hull. Iroko planking on Oak frames with copper fastenings. Iroko-laid decks on marine plywood sub deck. Painted and varnished teak superstructure. Coach and wheelhouse roof G.R.P. sheathed. Varnished teak. Varnished teak handrail on stainless steel stanchion.
TWIN VOLVO PENTA MD70A 145HP DIESEL ENGINES
Borg Warner 4:1 reduction gearboxes with Morse control.
Shaft and 3-bladed propellers are of bronze.
Total engine hours 3800 hours shown in October 2013. Fuel consumption 4 gallon/hour at 1700 rpm. Cruising 9 knots at 1800 rpm.
Hot and cold pressurised water throughout
Generator showing 1200 hours
24 volt D.C. and 220 volt A.C.
Two banks of 24 volt batteries. Engine start bank of 170 amps. Domestic services bank of 240 amps. Charging, Vetus system 50 amp/hrs battery charger with remote battery watch in wheelhouse. 2 x 24 volt engine alternators. Shore support system, 2 inlets providing 220 volt
A.C. Power points to all cabins. Change-over switch in wheelhouse directs 220 volt A.C. shore support or generator supply.
FUEL 440 gallons
WATER 360 gallons
HOLDING TANKS 100 gallons
Neco 24 volt windlass with remote control.
Danforth anchor in hawse pipe with 70 m. calibrated chain.Rig
Ketch rig, stainless-steel standing rigging.
Presently there are no sails and the rig has not been used for several years.Accommodation
SLEEPS UP TO SEVEN GUESTS IN THREE CABINS
One master cabin with Queen sized bed, sofa and ensuite head compartment
Two guest cabins, one with upper and lower bunk and the other one with upper and lower bunk and further single opposite. Both cabins have ensuite head compartments with toilet, sink and shower.
Upper saloon with seating and dining area.
Galley equipped with
One oven with grill
Air-conditioning – reverse cycle Cruisair with each compartment having its own compressor and thermostat. Five units installed covering all cabins, saloon and wheelhouse with sea water pump in engine room