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1944 Burmester Schiffswerft 77

Condition: used
Length: 77
LOA: 23.55 m
Displacement: 84 kgs
Maximum Draft: 2.86 m
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine Brand: MWM
Engine Model: 232 V12
Engine Hours: 733
Cruising Speed: 7 knots
Maximum Speed: 9 knots
Hull: Wood
Fuel: Diesel
Fuel Tanks: 2 (1100 Liters)
Holding Tanks: 6 (215 Liters)
Fresh Water Tanks: 6 (335 Liters)
Cabins: 6
Heads: 6
Bathrooms: 6

Specs designer: ernst burmester flag of registry: united kingdom dimensions loa: 23.55 m beam: 6.40 m maximum draft: 2.86 m displacement: 84 kgs engines engine 1: engine brand: mwm year built: 2006 engine model: 232 v12 engine type: inboard engine/fuel type: diesel engine hours: 733 cruising speed: 7 knots maximum speed: 9 knots tanks fresh water tanks: 6 (335 liters) fuel tanks: 2 (1100 liters) holding tanks: 6 (215 liters) accommodations number of cabins: 6 number of heads: 6 number of bathrooms: 6 electronics depthsounder - airmar navigation center - mcmurdo ics nav 6 vhf - icom m87 and icom m421 autopilot - raymarine st 6002 cd player compass - ludolph wind speed and direction - raymarine st 60 cockpit speakers - b&w radio log-speedometer gps - 2 x raymarine rigging steering wheel inside equipment microwave oven - bomann cb1258 dishwasher - bosch rapida electric bilge pump hot water oven washing machine - hoover battery charger electric head refrigerator deep freezer fresh water maker - idromar mc2j electrical equipment shore power inlet generator - kohler 13 kva efozd outside equipment/extras gangway cockpit table cockpit cushions liferaft - 2 x 12 man zodiac zmec 12 teak cockpit teak sidedecks covers bimini top mainsail cover history barracuda owes her origins to a rather remarkable class of warship; the kfk - kriegsfischkutter, of which there were numerous builders - typically small german boat yards but also even in neutral countries such as sweden. Barracuda herself was built in 1944 by the ernst burmester schiffswerft kg; one of some 400 such boats from this yard founded in 1942 for the specific purpose of building them. Their dimensions varied a bit - as did their armament but they did carry variously; depth charges, 37mm cannon, 20mm machine gun and mine sweeping gear according to role as minesweeper, patrol boat or submarine hunter - and a crew of up to 20. Post war; hundreds of kfk were employed as minesweepers within the german minesweeping administration under british control until 1947. Many in british or us possession were then chartered and later bought back by german fishing companies, who appreciated the robustness of the design as ideal for their task. The majority however were given as war booty - mainly to the soviet union, france, denmark, norway and greece. Only a few; identified as kfk 94, 105, 332 and 474 - were in british service from 1947 to 1950. From 1951 to 53 twelve kfks were converted or newly built for the german border guard, where they served until 1956, when the crews and boats of the border guard were taken over by the then newly formed federal german navy. Here they then served as small patrol vessels and harbour service boats until gradually taken out of service up to 1990. Fast forward somewhat and norman cook aka fatboy slim, probably enticed by his boat-loving tour manager, jim mcnulty acquired the vessel and has had her seriously renovated. "we called it a refit but actually (the boat) had to be rebuilt," says the dj. "we didn't want a gin palace super yachtwe wanted it funky." this meant a mixture of teak, mahogany, pine and beech instead of gold or marble, resulting in lots of colour combined with soft furnishings and hand-picked retro trinkets. As norman and his wife, tv presenter zoe ball, are tall, they sidestepped pokiness with roomy cabins and spacious bathrooms. The ample beam enabled extra luxuries such as proper porcelain loos en suites and berths not far off regular beds, modern conveniences such as round-the-clock hot water, a washing machine and dishwasher. Previously chartered but not currently, she is nevertheless mca cat 2 certified to do so., rig, spars and sails gaff ketch rig - steel main mast lower with timber top mast - steel mizzen mast with timber top mast - steel bowsprit, main boom & gaff, mizzen gaff - sails white canvas 1,453 sq ft / 135 sq m - staysail, jib lower, jib top, main, main top, mizzen and mizzen top , safety - mca cat 2 charter - mcmurdo epirb - 2 x 12 man zodiac zmec 12 life rafts stowed either side of main mast - 20 remploy ocean safety life jackets - 5 x life buoys and lights - bilge high level alarms - bg & r double parallel system 220 v acp 331b & 24 v acp 331/1 classification bilge pumps fire fighting equipment - engine room - hfc 227 breathable gas system and 2 x dry powder - interior - dry powder extinguishers - electrical panel - co2 - deck fire hose for all cabins and foam extinguisher - cabin smoke detectors , deck layout equipment and ground tackle layout fore and aft - steel bowsprit - 2 x pool anchors - orvea model 0725 24 v 7.5 hp, twin chain and centre capstan windlass - 2 x forward davits; p&s - all varnished handrail over high white painted bulwarks; belaying pins provided for fenders - large patented steel mooring cleats. Fore, amidships and aft - varnished raised hatchway to for'ard guest accommodation - butterfly hatch over fwd accommodation - butterfly hatch over galley and interior dining area with teak dining table over - varnished forward large raised booby sliding hatch and companionway accessing interior - 2 x timber chests either side stowing running rigging etc - casing with access to engine room and some crew accommodation below - wheel house and deck saloon with external steps up to roof - very large roof deck protected by stanchions and varnished handrail extends over the aft deck - airmar 3 m small crew tender with mercury 3.5 hp 4 stroke outboard motor stowed on roof - aft deck below part covered by the top decking with space for al fresco dining - passarelle access - 2 x built in sofas; port and stbd miscellaneous deck equipment - carbon teak faced passarelle - wooden midship rigged bathing ladder - bimini, deck awnings main, forward & top - doughnut ring, banana, wake board, mono & double skis - 2 x diving tanks and dive kits - masks, snorkels and fins for all guests , construction timber carvel planking on steel frames - long keel, counter transom and a straight raked bow - teak laid deck with some areas formed over steel frames, accomodation and domestic equipment deck wheel house with helm and instruments accessed by doors port and starboard - commanding helm position overlooking foredeck - large ship's spoked varnished wooden wheel - steering compass in brass binnacle - all instruments listed in navigation section below - deck saloon accessible from wheelhouse or aft deck - wonderful hardwood table and surround seating for 10 -12 - access to aft deck main accommodation accessed by double door hatchway and companionway steps down - summary 8 x guest berths in 4 sleeping cabins all en suite and 4 x crew in 1 en suite cabin - white painted deck head - varnished hardwood bulkheads - raw teak cabin sole saloon dinette and galley area - u shaped dinette surrounding varnished hardwood fixed table to port seats up to 8 - large glass cabinet - corridors fore and aft galley starboard with extensive varnished work surfaces, cupboard and shelf stowage - 2 x custom built fridges - custom built freezer - candy 4 pan ceramic hob, fan oven and grill - bomann cb 1258 microwave - ariette coffee machine - vetrofrigo 220 v icemaker - bosch rapida dishwasher - hoover nextra washer dryer corridor to forward accommodation - 2 x spacious head compartments with tecma vac flush wc, basin and large shower each side - port side guest cabin, well appointed with 2 up and over berths full length hanging locker, light - stbd side guest cabin, well appointed with 2 up and over berths full length hanging locker, light coming back aft through the saloon dining area corridor aft leads to - master head compartment with wc, basin and shower to port can serve as a day head - owners double berth cabin to stbd - a bulkhead aft separates the engine room from the crew quarters back on deck and forward to small booby hatch on foredeck - companionway steps down - twin guest cabin well appointed with up and over berths to port - head with tecma vac flush wc, & wash basin forward and accessible from separate fore deck hatch aft to hatchway in fore end of deckhouse - steps down to engine room and crew quarters - 1 x double berth - 3 x single berths - head compartment wit wc, basin and shower - steps up to alternative exit by lifting hatch in deck saloon cabin sole , mechanical - engine room accessed from hatchway and ladder fore end of wheelhouse - full walk round access to engine, associated machinery and crew quarters aft - single mwm 232 v12 diesel engine 733 hours after rebuild 2006 - 9 knots max speed - 7 knots cruising speed - c 12 litres per hour 7 knots fuel consumption - 1,485 nm range 7 knots - racor fuel filters, 1 x 1002fh & 2 x 500fs - reintjes waf 144 -572 gearbox - single four blade fixed propeller - manual hydraulic & auto pilot hydraulic steering - kohler 13 kva efozd generator exceeding 2,500 hours - all gel 12 v, 2 x start, 4 x service & 6 x anchor windlass batteries - 220 v ac & 24 v dc electrics - 220 ac 50 hz shore power - 1 x 2.5 kw inverter - large isolator panel and digital readouts for power and tank levels by helm - idromar mc2j water maker - black/grey water system: tecma wc, whale pumps, ponzi fittings - fuel: 2 side tanks 1,100 litre each & one header 335 litre - fresh water: 6 x 335 litre tanks & 2 x boilers 80 litres each - combined grey / black water tanks, 6 x 215 litres, disclaimer the company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.,

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