Super Haringvliet 1325
Six berths in two cabins with large deck saloon, Dutch-built in steel, mahogany and teak
The finest classic live-aboard motor yacht in Liverpool.
Galley: Stainless steel sink with hot and cold pressurised water supply to mixer tap, microwave oven, cupboards, Electrolux refrigerator, folding two-burner stove, induction hotplate and new electronically-ignited gas boiler.
Teak chairs from RMS Queen Mary
Accommodation: Six permanent berths, two in aft owner's cabin with clothes locker, washbasin with hot and cold supply, radio cassette player and television screen, four berths in forepeak with washbasin and storage lockers. The Eberspächer warm air heater was serviced 2012. The carpeted and curtained deck saloon [1.92m headroom] is fitted with sliding doors, dinette seating, lockers, television, bookcases, table, armchair and navigating chairs. The shower room is fitted with washbasin and 2004 electric sea lavatory. The shower is connected to the pressurise hot and cold water system supplied from a 1000 litre water tank. There is also a hot and cold shower fitted externally by the bathing platform. .
A superb example of the much-admired Superharingvlietkruiser, on the hard for inspection after major overhaul in Liverpool in 2016. Her owner has lived aboard in Liverpool and is now wintering abroad.
Instruments at helm: Voltmeter, oil pressure, gearbox pressure, coolant temperature, ammeter, engine speed, rudder indicator, bow thruster indicator, inverter control, autopilot indicator.
Electrical and Navigational system: Two domestic and 2 engine starting batteries, all new in 2016, alternators on both engines, solar charging from panels on wheelhouse. Electric power includes bilge pump, deck wash pump, holding tank pump and navigation lights. The Victron 750 inverter is currently disconnected. Victron 24V battery charger, VDO log, VDO depth indicator, VDO wind-speed and direction indicator, VDO fluxgate compass, VDO magnetic compass, Autohelm ST 6000 hydraulic autopilot, Raytheon Echostar fishfinder, Sailor RT2048 VHF radio, C-Map chart plotter with Panasonic Toughbook, Furuno global positioning, Furuno 1700 radar on stainless steel arch, Amcor free-standing air conditioner, Klaxon air horns, Safesure galvanic isolator, Eberspächer warm air heater, petrol generator.
Hull: Corten 5mm steel round-bilged hull flaring to hard chine with long keel, riveted and welded by Compier, with steel decks on deck beams overlaid with teak 2.5cm thick. A steel rubbing strake protects the joint between hull and deck. Brazilian mahogany topsides fitted with copper-chromed window frames by van Joolingen craftsmen. The topsides are in original painted white enamel. An electric bow thruster is fitted. The steering is controlled from the helm by hydraulic rams to tiller arms with common rod connection to each rudder stock head with an electro-hydraulic pump controlled from the autopilot. The rudders are fabricated from mild steel with integral stocks supported on bearings and protected by steel skegs.
Deck gear: Hydraulic steering. Forged steel Byers anchor and stainless steel Danforth anchor with 12V electric electric windlass and chain, stainless steel mooring cleats, pulpit, stanchions and tensioned guard wires. Searchlight, sun awning, bolted swimming platform, teak table and two teak Cunard-style deckchairs salvaged from RMS Queen Mary. Boarding ladders, fenders, warps, cushions. Winter covers, stern davits with aluminium-hulled rigid inflatable boat with outboard motor, fully equipped with oars. Shore power connections with distribution panel protected by circuit breakers. Port, starboard, stern and steaming lights.
Safety gear: Jabsco blower in engine room, bilge pumps, four fire extinguishers, smoke alarm, carbon-dioxide alarm, gas locker vented to exterior of hull, lifebuoys, .
Engines: Twin 6-cylinder DAF 575 105 hp [78,29Kw] diesels, metricised Leyland design with a great reputation for long life, driving phosphor-bronze shafts and 3-bladed contra-rotating propellers through hydraulic gearboxes, delivering 8.5 knots on 7 litres per hour fuel consumption. Jabsco engine room blower, De-Bug fuel cleaning system and 1000 litre fuel tank. The port engine [3500 hours] and the starboard engine [3300 hours] are keel-cooled. Morse Telefex controls.
As SAN REMO, this classic yacht was family-owned, treasured and cruised for many years in the Netherlands. Her present owner, a lifelong yachtsman, bought her for EUR 84,000.00 in Rotterdam in 2006. He is retiring this year after maintaining her to a very high standard. DJINN, sometimes affectionately known as DJINN PALACE, is offered, EU VAT paid, at the marina in the heart of Liverpool with 2016 survey and 2014-16 maintenance records available for inspection.
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Please note: in this case we are acting as brokers only. The vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. Particulars do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and, where appropriate, at his own expense employ a qualified marine surveyor to undertake a survey and, if necessary, to undertake an engine test. Offered for sale subject to being unsold.