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24 m WWII German Navy Boat converted to Classic Pleasure Yacht
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24 m Steel frames /wooden planking hull, Classic MotorSailer yacht rebuilt from1938 WWII German Navy SHIP (TF104) Originally built in Lürssen Shipyard Germany.
Survived the II war, surrendered to the British Navy and converted into a yacht in ‘87 with a whole rebuilt from its keels and ribs. (At that time Costing +million Marks)
She has 2 cabins for 4 guests and accommodation for 1 crew. Beautiful full beam saloon located amidships. Equipped with Air-conditioning system and heating system.
Over the years she had few refits, main one being in 1987 in which the vessel was converted to a motor-sailor and a new MWN diesel engine with 8 cylinders was installed, last refit being in 2020.
The last refit includes New Electrical Panels with automatic load distribution (Generator kicks in automatically when load raise) Deep service of her main engine and hydraulic system (which runs the bow thruster) Painting and reinforcing the hull, adding a new battery set, refreshing all mechanical systems in the engine room and a New Garmin navigation equipment.
Shipyard: Lürssen, Germany
Refitted: 1987, 2004, 2012,2020
Hull material Steel/Wood (Frames from steel covered with wood planking)
Naval Architecture: German Navy
LOA : 24 m
Yacht Beam: 4.7m
Draught at deepest: 1.5m
Main Engines – 1 X MWM 345 hp (From 1987)
Cruise Speed is 7.5 Knots @ 850 RPM
Fuel consumption @20 Liter Per Hour at 7.5 knots.
Top Speed 12 knots.
Registration: Delaware, US