BALDER Yacht

Technical data

Ship's Papers

  • Registry number 7282 ZG 2004
  • Bill of Tonnage for pleasure craft number 9847
  • Certificate of Nationality number 7260/2004
  • Certificate of Registry number 9848/2004, Cadastre – 28 May 2004
  • Land Registry Type 4, part 519 w.172
  • VHF license – BALDER call name PD 7988
  • MMSI number 244010280, AAIC: NL 01

Measurements

  • Overall length as sail ship 24.0 m (79 ft)
  • Overall length as motor ship 19.85 m (65 ft)
  • Hull length 19.18 m (63 ft)
  • Overall width 5.0 m (16.4 ft)
  • Draw under water 2.6m (8.5ft)
  • Height above waterline as sail ship 24.0 m (79 ft)
  • Height above waterline as motor ship 9.5 m (31 ft)
  • Height above waterline as motor ship with lowered masts 3.5 m (11.5 ft)

Hull

  • Material - riveted steel
  • Weight - 40 tonnes bruto, 11 tonnes netto

Masts and Rigging

  • (2 larch masts to be completed) – 21.0 m foremast (69 ft) 24.0 m main mast (79 ft)
  • 6 sails w/ 296.6 m2 surface (3,191 sq ft)

main sail

  • 80 m2
  • 480 gr Polyant SF
  • on stainless steel sliders in mast rail
  • larch boom
  • 3 rift lines
  • lazy jacks on 2 speed winch

stay sail

  • 32 m2
  • 480 gr Polyant SF
  • on stainless steel cable
  • larch boom
  • lazy jacks on 2 speed winch

top sail

  • 39 m2
  • 380 gr Polyant TNF
  • stainless steel sliders in mast rail

foresail

  • 28 m2
  • 480 gr Polyant SF on stainless steel cable
  • larch boom
  • on 2 speed winch

jib

  • 36 m2
  • 480 gr Polyant SF on stainless steel cable

genoa

  • 81.6 m2
  • 340 gr Polyant TNF

standing rigging

  • stainless steel 7 x 19 dia., 13 mm

bobstay

  • stainless steel 7 x 19 dia. 15 mm

fasteners

  • M22 and stronger

winches

  • A complete set of 7 two-speed self-tailing winches and 5 single speed winches handle all sails.

Anchor Gear

  • Twin anchors type Spek 125 kilo, 145 kilo with certificates
  • each on 100 m long 13 mm zinc chain
  • Anchor winch (Windlass) Leroy Somer 24 volt electric S2204 with remote control
  • two chain stoppers
  • additional winch drum

Safety Equipment

  • Automatic inflatable life rafts – Beaufort 6 RB, 6 person, Autofluk TEAL, 6 person
  • Life vests – 8 life vests and 4 harnesses
  • Various flares
  • VHF radio Sailor RT 2048
  • SSB radio HF 150

Navigation Equipment

  • Magnetic compass – Cassens and Plath
  • Depth finder, forward looking – Echopilot FLS gold
  • GPS – Furuno GP 32
  • Radar – Inritsu/Simrad RA 772UA

Motor/Propulsion

  • Original steam engine – 180 horsepower (now replaced)
  • Present motor – 6 cylinder Mercedes Benz, OM 401, 162 horsepower, completely rebuilt 10/2004
  • Hydraulic reversing clutch – Masson NE3
  • Propeller shaft – 120 mm diameter shaft with 1150 mm diameter steel 3 blade propeller, clockwise rotation

Generator/Electrical system

  • 3 phase 400 v / 2 phase 230 v, 12Kva – 4 cycle Mitsubishi diesel automatic start/stop
  • Shore connection – 220/380 volt including separation transformers
  • Power on board – total ship equipped w/220v outlets
  • Batteries – 1 package 688 ah/20 h, 24 volt, 1 package 74 ah/20 h, 24 volt, 1 package 74 ah/20 h, 12 volt
  • Lighting – halogen spots in 12 and 24 volts for general lighting on dimmers, emergency lighting in 24 volt, machine room and work room lighting in 220 and 24 volts

Steering

  • Hydraulic steering control in steer house and on afterdeck
  • Automatic pilot – Robertson - electro-hydraulic steered by magnetic compass
  • Rudder blade – 2.2 m2 driven by 2 hydraulic cylinders

Tanks

  • Diesel fuel 3,500 litre (770 Imp gal)
  • Drinking water 3,000 litre (660 Imp gal)
  • Water softener for drinking water
  • Waste water 300 litre (66 Imp gal)

Central Heating

  • Each cabin has separate heating controls – Kabola B17 combination boiler with Elco burner
  • The ship is heated to comfortably winter in northern waters.

Galley

  • 3 burner gambolled propane gas stove with oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave/heat convector oven
  • A special room for 3 x 11 kilo propane tanks is located safely on the outside wall of the steering house.

Bath

  • Full-sized bathtub
  • Standing shower, sitting shower
  • Sink
  • Vacuum toilet

Laundry

  • Standard sized washing machine
  • Electric tumble dryer
  • Additional toilet

Workshop

  • Space designed for complete set of tools and equipment necessary to maintain a ship.
  • Ceiling hatch opens to back deck for easy access and working comfort.

Anchor hatch

  • Two anchor chain openings,
  • Space for extra sails, fenders and lines
  • Protected by steel hatch cover with secure locks

 

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