HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
The Trintels were originally built by the Anne Wever yard in Den Bosch, The Netherlands.
Initially, Anne was the harbourmaster at the Yachtclub “De Viking” and he started building yachts in his spare time in 1953. His father, who had been the skipper of the large sailing yacht Idunia, taught Anne that the perfect finishing of ships was essential to success.
Anne asked legendary yacht designer E.G. Van de Stadt to create his own exclusive yacht. This became the Trintel I, named after a sandbank in the IJsselmeer. The Trintel 1 was the very first model of what became the exclusive Trintella range of yachts. Johanna is one of the early examples-later Trintel 1s for example, while still having the steel hulls, had an aluminium mast before eventually, GRP construction became standard.
Approximately 120 Trintel 1’s were built many of which continue to be sailed actively around the world, supported by a dedicated Owner’s Association.
Registered British Ships Part III ( SSR 138496 )
VAT Exemption Certificate from Dutch Customs ( 005357/03/03/1992)
Hull Number 262
LOA 8.48 metres
LWL 6.46 metres
Beam 2.42 metres
Draft 1.30 metres
Air clearance 11.70 metres
Displacement 5000 kilos
Ballast 1500 kilos
Hull: Steel, with round bilge, long-fin keel and transom hung rudder.
Cabin & cockpit coamings mahogany and marine ply.
Forecabin with two berths and insert to make a double berth.
Saloon with two berths. Head height 195 cms.
Galley with two ring gas stove; a sink served by foot pump- operated cold water and an electric chest cool box. Fully equipped with pots, plates and cutlery. Two water tanks totalling 90 litres located under saloon berths.
Heads compartment. Raske & Meyde hand pump toilet A small holding tank which is pumped out from the foredeck is installed for occasions when emptying at sea is not possible.
The saloon and fore cabin are heated by a Trumatic 1800 gas fired central heating system.
The gas bottle is stored in a ventilated compartment accessible from the aft deck.
MAST & SAILS:
Mast and boom are spruce. Stainless steel rigging, renewed in recent years with original mechanisms on board to allow the crew to raise and lower mast manually if required.
Sail wardrobe includes mainsail with slab reefing; genoa; No. 1 jib and storm jib. All in serviceable condition.
Self-tailing winches at mast and in cockpit.
Sprayhood, boom cover and dodgers in beige with miscellaneous cockpit covers.
Volvo Penta MD 2002 Diesel inboard engine with fixed propeller shaft. 16 HP. Recorded hours 1638.
Regularly serviced professionally and in good working order. Cruising speed of 6 knots at 3.5 litres per hour. Fuel tank capacity approximately 35 litres.
1x 72Ah plus 1x 100Ah batteries stored securely in cockpit locker with the selector switch in cabin.
240 V shore power connection and fixed battery charger.
Sestral Moore gimballed compass with original light fitting
Garmin GPS Map 276C Chart plotter
Sailtron Sailor RT VHF
VDO Speed log
Seafarer Range Depth echo sounder
Raymarine Tiller Autopilot (ST 4000)
Clock & Barometer
Sony cassette/radio with speaker.
Anchor & chain
Deck jack lines
Mooring warps & fenders
A much-admired cruising yacht from the board of a highly respected designer.
Beautiful lines and wonderful sailing qualities from a yacht that handles like a much bigger vessel in tough sea conditions.
In the same ownership for the last seven years and cruised in the English Channel and Mediterranean. Now back in her home port in the Netherlands.
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