Clipper Bow Ketch

Name: La Vagabunda

Category: Sailing yacht

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Commissioned to Schouten B.V. Scheepswerf in the Netherlands by the marquis Du Bourg De Borzas, she was equipped as a motorsailer since the time and powered with two Renault diesel engines. Later she belonged for a long time to Prince Ludovico Spada Potenziani, sailing mainly the waters of the Tuscan islands in Italy and based in Porto Santo Stefano.

Then, in the ’60s she was sold to the family of the Commander Montanari of Taranto, until she was bought in Antibes by the current owners.

This charming gentleman classic yacht has kept the original hull shape with an unmistakable counter stern and clipper bow.

Type of vessel Ketch
Year of manifacture 1932
Builder Schouten B.V. scheepswerf
Classification Lloyd register
Construction material Steel
Length overall  27.50 m
Beam overall  4.70 m
Draft 2.30 m
Tonnage 90 GT
Main Engine 2 x Volvo TAMD 70 – 290 HP / 2500 Rpm
Engine running hours about 1200 hours (in 2018)
Drive Traditional shaft with 4 blades prop.
Speed Max 12 kn – cruise 9 kn
Consumption 35 l/h
Tank capacities 6000 l (fuel) – 1500 l 8fresh water)
Flag UK
Guests 8 pers. in 4 cabins
Crew 4 pers. in 2 cabins
Asking price  It will be disclosed in case of interest

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