Custom built auxiliary powered sailing ketch of moulded fiberglass whilst the deck and cabin trunk are marine grade plywood supported on teak beams and and a teak deck.
This vessel was designed by Alan Pape and Dubois Naval Architects and built in Falmouth Cornwall England.
Well over one million euro to replace.
She is sift and sure footed, predictable in a heavy blow and you will love her down wind manners!
Beyond glorious Olde Worlde Charm in a vessel with sophisticated systems.
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The spacious three stateroom accommodation plan includes a large private aft master stateroom with head and shower, comfortable guest cabin forward with second head and shower, large salon and galley, and proper navigation centre.
Copihue's exquisite varnished teak interior woodwork has many attractive joinery details. The cabin sole is also varnished teak.
16 opening hull ports
The main salon is amidships with custom U shaped settee to port. Big teak dining table with hinged top opens out to double its size. 2 seats to starboard with storage under.
Spacious master suite aft with a queen berth and settee. Tall lockers, one with hanging space. Big locker below
Lee cloth and hooks in berth. Stern opening ports, bookshelves and lockers.
The forward guest stateroom is full beam with large V berth. There is a tall locker portside with hanging space Double V berth
Big table with hinged lid and tool rack inside, four drawers below and two lockers
Lee cloths and hooks
Overhead and three reading lights
Red foot light
2 Hella fans
Shelves above berth
Forward Guest Head
Vanity with white sink
Manual head with 50 I holding tank
Separate stall shower with fold down seat
220 AC outlets,
Washing machine and dryer,
Four drawers and two lockers
U shaped galley to portside with excellent counter space and storage. Preferred arrangement for offshore sailing and liveaboard. Refrigerator with separate freezer, counter top doors, electric drain pumpfor galley sump tank.Multiple storage lockers and drawers outboard and below.
Nav Center and Electronics
Forward facing nav station to starboard with flush mounted instrument panel and 12 v and 24 v/220v breaker panels with fast-pin access to harness and breakers.
It has all the details you could ever need.
St. Maarten/St. Martin