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20M Classic Vessel and Home  - $90,000 USD Ad Number: 1102



Listing Info

Ad began: 6/12/16
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Description

Seller's Comments and Description:

Finally for sale. A couple have made her their home. If history & charm is part of your criteria please read on. San Cristobal was built by the British Admiralty in Lowestoft in 1943. Built to take saboteurs and supplies to Norway.The German High Command had instructed the German Submarines not to torpedo fishing boats. Bronze fastenings below the water line as not to set off the magnetic mines. After the War she sailed to NZ purchased by Sanfords. Name changed from Pagan to San Cristobal. Commercial fishing around NZ. Designed off the Scottish Drifter developed for the herring fleet in the North Sea. Built of Larch on Oak Length 20m Width 5m 2m draft approx. Now re caulked new anti-foul Altex 3 coats 5/8 chain 80 metres Admiralty pattern anchor Hydraulic drum on deck - user friendly 3 large deck hatches Vented with glass Foresail Mast and lifting boom Pot hauler Boarding ladder Hydraulic Steering - forward & reverse hydraulic controls 4 x 130 watt rigid solar panels 4 - 6-volt house batteries - 2 x 12 volt crank batteries 240 - 12 and 24 volt system Henry Browne and Son Ltd compass echo sounder - autopilot - radar - VHF 8 cylinder Gardner excellent working order Large engine room Fuel 8,000 ltr 2000 mile range Water 1000 ltr Spares and tools in workshop Large forepeak store area 6 man cabin Saloon seating for 8-10 - large Tasmanian table plus two berths TV - CD 10-stack player Full size fridge/freezer - Dishwasher #@!&^%son diesel stove Navigation room Separate shower and toilet Queen size aft double berth and two singles with drawers and wardrobes Full hard awning astern also catches water. BBQ & comfortable setting area. 2 large toolboxs and or summer bunks. 2 tenders - one heavy duty 12ft alloy 2.6 inflatable 5hp mercury lines and fenders


Details:

Model Year: 1943
Make: Designed off the Scottish Drifter
Model: Converted Fishing vessel
Name: San Cristobal
Type: Used
Condition: Good
Length: 20 M
Beam: 5 M
Hull Material: Wood
Hull Type: Vee Bottom
Draft: 2 M
Fresh Water Capacity (Gal): 1000
Engine Configuration: Single Inboard
Engine Type & Description: Gardner Excellent working order
Fuel Capacity (Gal): 8000 Letres
Fuel Type: Diesel
Trailer: Without
Type Storage: Uncovered in water
Where most used: Saltwater



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