|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
Ionian Islands Greece
Pantalaimon is a Trintella IV, a classic, 40 foot, centre cockpit, ketch rigged, long keeled yacht, designed by 'Van der Stadt' and built in the Trintella 'yachtwerks' in den Bosch in the Netherlands by the famous dutch builder Anne Wever. She is a proper yacht, a robust fibreglass hull from Tyler Mouldings in the UK and then fitted out in Holland by dutch craftsmen using solid timber. She has her original teak deck which is in good condition considering its age. She is presently used as a 'sailing / liveaboard' for 6 months a year (and laid up through the winter), based on the Ionian island of Levkas.
The boat is at present laid up ashore in a yard on the Greek island of Levkas. The engine has been serviced, the sails stored inside, and the boat covered over.
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|Vessel type:||Sailing Yacht|
|Designer:||Van der Stadt|
|Fit Out:||Trintella yard in den Bosch by Anne Wever|
|Registry:||United Kingdom Small Ships Register|
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Perkins 4236|
|Drive type:||Shaft drive|
|Length over all:||12.20m|
|Length at waterline:||9.80m|
|Hull material:||Glass Fibre|
|Keel type:||Full Keel|
|Displacement:||11 metric tons|
|Fuel capacity:||600 Litres|
|Water capacity:||800 Litres|
The engine is a Perkins 4236 (78hp), fresh water cooled with heat exchanger to raw water and a wet exhaust system. The engine is of unknown hours but is in very good condition and has been very reliable. It is serviced at the end of each season so it sits over winter with fresh oil and filters. It has a shaft drive to a 3 bladed fixed blade bronze propeller. There are two 300 litre diesel tanks and consumption is approximately 3 litres per hour at 5 knots with a top speed of 7/8 knots in flat water. The engine has 2 alternators, a 12 volt one for the 330 amp hour house battery bank and the 100 amp hour starter battery and a 24 volt one for the 200 amp hour battery bank for the 24 volt anchor windlass.
The hull was moulded by Tyler Mouldings in the UK, and is strengthened and stiffened internally with stringers, moulded stiffeners and full and part bulkheads. The hull was epoxy coated in 2008 and then painted with a white twin can paint system. The keel is encapsulated lead. The deck is fibre glass with a teak deck. Small areas of caulking need attention but overall it is good for its age.
The boat has a large aft cabin which is set up with a large transverse double berth and aft heads (utilising a chemical toilet), a large centre cockpit, a saloon, with table that easily seats 5, a 'nav' station and galley, forward heads with sink, shower and sea toilet, and a forward double berth. She has a pressurised water system through the boat fed by the 800 litre main tank; the 250 litre stern tank is presently only used for the aft deck shower. There is a webasto blown air heating system (needs servicing), the galley has twin sinks, a 3 burner gas stove with oven and a fridge (replaced 2014). There is a fixed windscreen and part cover at the front end of the cockpit and there are 5 opening hatches, one with a solar powered vent over the aft cabin. There is loads of stowage on the boat with numerous well made lockers throughout the boat and also underberth stowage.
The boat has a 24 volt anchor windlass, which lifts the main anchor( falls under gravity), a 25 kg Rocna on 55 metres of 10 mm chain. There is also a 30 kg Bugal anchor on 10 metres of 12 mm chain and 30 metres of 16 mm nylon rope. a manual winch on the aft deck controls the kedge anchor, a 20 kg delta pattern on 10 metres of 8 mm chain and 30 metres of 16 mm rope.
The boat has 5 x 2 speed winches, 2 in the cockpit for sheets and 3 on the main mast for halyards, there are also 4 x single speed winches,, 2 in the cockpit and 2 on the mizzen.
The boat has 12 volt electrics throughout from the house batteries which are charged by 3 solar panels, a 100 watt, and 2 x 55 watt panels all with separate regulators and 2 x 25 watt panels for the starter battery. There is also a 220 volt system from the shore power system. Useful on quays and in the yard. there is also a 750 watt Suzuki 4 stroke petrol generator.
There is a bathing platform and boarding ladder built onto the boats stern and a bow boarding ladder which can be attached when moored bows to. There is an Achilles hypalon dinghy and a 2.3 hp Honda
outboard. There are numerous spares, gear and tools both hand and electric. There are cockpit cushions, a 12 volt fan, an oil lamp, cutlery, crockery, pans, glasses, fog horn, radio headsets, an inverter, a battery charger, bosun's chair, hose pipe, fuel and water cans, electrical shore cable, fenders and lots of rope.
There are also manuals on file on board for most if not all of the gear on board.
The boat has a twin head sail rig with aluminium masts and booms. She was rerigged in 2013 with new stainless steel 1x19 wire, 9 mm on the main mast and 7 mm on the mizzen and Stay lock fittings. She comes with 2 furling genoas, and both in good condition (but the larger one needs a new sacrificial strip), a fully battened main and fully battened mizzen, both in good condition and both with slab reefing systems.
She has VHF radio, one fixed which has a remote microphone/speaker/controller and one hand held, a depth sounder and a fish finder used as a depth sounder, a Garmin 120 gps, a Nasa navtex, a Geonav Navionics chart plotter, an anemometer, compasses fixed & hand held, a Neco auto pilot which operates on the hydraulic steering and a Hydrovane self steering gear which can function as an emergency rudder. There is also an emergency tiller which could be used if there were problems with the hydraulic steering.
She has a life raft (needs service), life jackets, harnesses, a horse shoe life bouy, a throwing line, man overboard recovery system, an EPIRB (needs battery), various flares, 4 fire extinguishers (1 automatic in the engine room), a fog horn, 3 smoke detectors, a carbon monoxide detector and a fire blanket. There are 2 electric and 2 manual bilge pumps.