|Model:Trewes Clipper 59|
|LOA:||17.37 m/57 ft|
|Length:||17.37 m/57 ft|
|Width:||4.27 m/14 ft|
|Draft:||2.13 m/7 ft|
|Engine manufacturer:mercedes benz 135|
|No. of engines:||1|
This Jongert Trewes Clipper 59 is a completely refitted Jongert combining great comfort with high performance sailing while maintaining the classic style of the Jongert 'Traditional Line.' With her traditional lines and maritime interior, the SAMARA stands for the timeless look of Jongert yachts. She offers comfort and pleasure. Thanks to its solid maintenance over the years and a completed 12 month refit in 2007 to modernize her extensively, this beauriful Jongert Trewes Clipper 59 for sale is now 'ready to go around the world'. The vessel has been completely re-fitted between 2007 and 2012. New paint had been applied in 2015.
The sailing yacht is strong in construction and suitable for pleasure cruising and capable of sailing open seas. If you like sailing, comfort and adventure, this Jongert Clipper 59 is ideal for you. With a very reasonable price, she is a great oppurtunity and not to be missed. Viewings are available through Network Yacht Brokers.
This beautiful yacht's layout consists of a ‘V’ berth at the fwd end, and a toilet compartment aft of it. A storage locker for the sails is located fwd of the ‘V’ berth. The space under the berths are used for storage spaces. Aft of this is a 2 single berth cabin on the stbd side. Another single berth cabin is located on the port side. A toilet compartment is located opposite the cabin. The galley, which is on the stbd side, consists of an electrical hob, microwave oven and sink and freezer. Shelves for storage are fitted on top of the galley. A fridge / freezer is also fitted in the galley. At the aft end, there is the saloon with a ’U’ shaped seat, table and navigation table. The radio/navigation equipment and chart table are on the port side. The colour scheme is green with beautiful wood.
Navigation Aids VHF Icom 602. with DSC
SSB Icom 802.
Radar Furuno 1834.
Navnet Furuno C-Map.
Auto Pilot Nav Pilot.
Tankage Two water tanks (capacity 2000L)
Fuel tank (capacity 3000 L)
200 L black waters Water System Water Pressurised
Water heating system General Equipment Two bilge pumps.
Eccho Pro 900 140 L/hr Water maker.
Two Victron Multiplus 220/110/24/12 V.
Two ‘Webasto heaters 5000.
Two air conditioners.
Two refrigerators with digital Thermo control.
Hydraulically steering system ‘VETUS’.
New Triton electric oven.
Flat screen TV.
Two davits and passarella. Safety Equipment 3 x Fire Extinguishers.
Fixed fire extinguisher in the engine compartment.
Liferaft for six persons.
One Light lifebuoy.
Set of Flares.
Horseshoe buoy c/w floating light.
A rubber dinghy and a 5 H.P. ‘Johnson’ outboard motor are placed on board.
The vessel has been completely re-fitted between 2007 and 2012. New paint had been applied in 2015. Engine
The boat is propelled by a 6 cylinder ‘Mercedes’ diesel engine developing 140 H.P. (78 KW). It drives a three bladed propeller through line shafting and is located in a compartment just beneath the cockpit. The engine was manufactured in 1972. Electrics
The electrical supply is 12 V, 24 V, 110 V and 220 V due to the Victron Inverters.
It has shore supply.
Two battery chargers and 2 inverters are fitted on board.
A ‘Northern Lights 7 KW generator is fitted in the engine compartment.
Ten batteries are fitted on board. The supply the power to start the engine, generator, bow thruster, and auxiliaries.
The electrical wiring and panel were found to be in good condition.
The electrical circuits are protected by circuit breakers.
2 ‘Webasto’ air conditioner are fitted in the cabins.
The yacht has two bow thrusters fitted.
Deck fittings consists of an anchor winch and anchor and chain rigged forward.
The pulpit and lazarette railings and handrail stanchions are made of tubular stainless steel.
The teak main deck and the deck fittings were in a generally satisfactory condition.
Rig and Spars
Mast and Standing Rigging
The mast and Mizzen were inspected for corrosion and other damage. None identified. The stainless steel wires were inspected and no broken strands were noticed. The cap shrouds and the lower shrouds stainless steel wires were also noted to be in good condition and no broken strands were found. They are fit for further use. The stays and shrouds which are part of the standing rigging are made of stainless steel wire and were found to be in good condition and fit for further use.
The chain plates (on board), were inspected and found to be well secured to the hull. No rust was found on the screws. Running Rigging
The halyards were confirmed to be in good condition and fit for further use.
The rigging is new. Winches
3 winches Mizzen
1 main mast winches
Storm Fock. Ground Tackle
The anchor windlass and all the mooring cleats and fairleads were well secured.