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  • Manufacturer: Cammenga
  • Location: Salcombe, Devon
  • Year: 1969
  • LOA: 60'6" (18.44m)
  • Beam: 15' 4'' (4.67m)
  • Berths: 7
  • Draft: 1.75
  • Keel: Displacement
  • ID no.: 171383
  • Cabins: 4
  • Heating: Webasto
  • Heads: 2
  • Showers: 2
  • Watertank Size: 3400 Litres
  • Engine Make: Gardner
  • Horsepower: 180hp
  • Drive Type: Shaft drive
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Fuel Tank Size: 3636 Litres
  • Cruise Speed: 8.5 knots
  • Top Speed: 9 knots
  • Engine Hours Port: 6100

Broker Remarks

60ft De Vries Steel Trawler Yacht for sale. A beautiful and very impressive example of a traditional steel motor yacht designed by De Vries Lentch and built in 1969 by Cammenga in Holland to a very high standard. AURIGA is very original and a delightful and welcome blast from the past. 

AURIGA has a striking blue painted hull, topped by white superstructure. She is a very reliable, as well as spacious boat, and has a long cruising range at 8.5 knots. She is powered by a robust Gardner 6L3B 180hp diesel engine which purrs like a pussycat!

The saloon offers a very stylish and comfortable seating area, which spills into the cockpit. Huge deck space forward, aft, and on the upper deck, and enough accommodation for 7 people to sleep aboard in 3 separate cabins plus the captains cabin. The wheelhouse and Portugese bridge give her helmsman fabulous all round views, and a sense of command  

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Accommodation

Sleeps 7 in 3 cabins plus captain’s cabin

  • Approximately 2 metres headroom throughout
  • Mahogany and Teak interior joinery
  • Webasto heating throughout  (2014)

Galley (within lower deck passageway):

  • Stainless steel sinks
  • 4 x burner electric hob
  • Goodmans microwave
  • Fan assisted oven (new 2019)
  • 110 litre refrigerator (in lazerette)
  • 110 litre freezer (in lazerette)
  • 24v Day fridge (new 2018)
  • Stowage
  • Pale blue formica worktops

Saloon:

  • L shaped comfortable deep buttoned leather seating (2003), (port)
  • Dining table to seat 8 with extension
  • TV/ DVD
  • Wine stowage
  • Drinks fridge
  • Shelving
  • Built in bar (starboard)
  • Companionway leading forward

Navigation Area:

  • Chart table
  • Stowage

Forward cabin:

  • Two single bunks (starboard)
  • Fixed alloy ladder
  • Hanging locker
  • Writing desk/ dressing table
  • Escape hatch
  • Chain locker
  • Collision bulkhead
  • Stowage

Guest cabin (port):

  • Two single bunks (to port)
  • Hanging locker
  • Shelved cupboard
  • Bookshelves

Captain’s Cabin (port):

  • Single berth
  • Chart drawer
  • Under bunk stowage

Heads compartment (starboard):

  • Electric marine toilet
  • Hand basin with mixer tap
  • Shower cubicle

Owner’s cabin:

  • Two broad single berths
  • Converts to large double bed
  • Writing desk / dressing table
  • Wardrobe
  • Cupboards and drawers
  • Stowage below berths

En-suite heads Compartment:

  • Electric marine toilet
  • Washbasin
  • Shower cubicle
  • Radiator

Mechanical and Rigging

Built by Cammenga in 1969 to a design by DeVries Lentch

British Registration#:901365

  • Welded steel hull, 8mm bottom plating, 6mm bilge and topside plating
  • Steel deck and superstructure with teak framed wheelhouse and plywood top
  • Fully insulated to waterline
  • Teak decks
  • Wheel steering
  • Vetus bow thruster and stern thruster
  • Vosper Thorneycroft stabilisers
  • Balanced steel rudder skeg supported
  • Heating throughout

Bridge:

  • Helmsman’s seat and side seating
  • Wheel forward plus toggle steering to the Ten Fjord power assisted hydraulic steering system
  • Long chart table (starboard)
  • Switch panel
  • Flag locker
  • Generous storage
  • Skippers cabin (port)

Engine (in self contained engine room):

  • Gardner 6L3B 180hp diesel engine
  • Approximately 6100 hours running
  • Fresh water cooled
  • 5 bladed bronze propeller, plus spare
  • Cruising speed approximately 8.5 knots
  • Maximum speed approximately 9 knots
  • Gardner 3UC hydraulically actuated 3-1 reduction transmission controlled from either wheelhouse or sundeck.
  • Engine room CO2 total flooding system controlled from the wheelhouse.
  • 24 volts Vetus bow and aft thrusters giving 160kg/352lbs of thrust each.
  • Vosper Thorneycroft stabilisers, 2x 6’ square fins converted to MkII control system
  • Fire suppression system fitted in engine room
  • Engine room is fitted with remote cameras

Electrical:

  • 24 volt system
  • Switchboard with automatic fuses and control lamps
  • 8 x 200-amp hour domestic batteries (replaced 2018) in two banks with change over switch and paralleling switch.
  • 2x 180-amp starting batteries
  • Battery charger
  • GM 11 kva genset
  • Shore power inlet
  • Aqua Air air-conditioning. 54,000 BTU chiller unit with soft start reverse cycle (needs servicing)
  • Victron inverter / charger

Tankage:

  • Fuel capacity 3636 litres in five steel tanks.
  • Engine room day tank fed by a heavy duty 24v transfer pump.
  • Fuel level indicator
  • Diesel filter
  • Seawater filter
  • Fresh water capacity 3400 litres
  • Grey water tank capacity 400 litres.  Discharging via diaphragm pump (2014)

Water system:

  • Pressurised hot and cold water system
  • Water heated by calorifier and immersion

Inventory

Navigation Equipment:

  • Sperry SR5 giro compass (interfaced to autopilot)
  • Yaeso single band side set with optional headphones (aerial 2000)
  • Simrad Shipmate CP32 colour plotter (2001)
  • Furuno FAP55  autopilot
  • Raymarine Quantum 2 Doppler radar (new 2019)
  • Furuno GPS navigator GP31
  • Furuno Dfax 200 weather fax
  • Brookes and Gatehouse log and trip (1998)
  • Brookes and Gatehoues depth (1998)
  • Shipmate VHF with DSC
  • Icom M601 VHF with DSC/ GMDSS
  • Raymarine Axiom Pro 16 MFD chartplotter (new 2019)
  • JVC echo sounder
  • Raymarine DS600X Fishfinder and echo sounder
  • Raymarine ST60 compass (for autohelm)
  • Wind instrumentation and heading
  • Santec colour quad processor and screen
  • Navtex nav 6 unit
  • Raymarine AIS 700 (new 2019)
  • 2 x Raymarine i70 Multi function displays (new 2019)

Anchoring and Mooring Equipment:

  • 2x 80 kg self stowing pool anchor
  • 2x 100m of 12mm chain
  • Spare 27kg CQR anchor
  • Lofrans 24 volt 3.5Kw windlass (controlled from the fore deck or the wheelhouse) with dual gibseas and hawse pipes and top warping drum
  • Lewmar 65 24-volt self-tailing warping drum on aft deck
  • Fenders
  • Mooring warps
  • Boathook
  • 2 x Superwinch 4000 (new 2019) for dinghy storage

General Equipment:

  • TracVision TV aerial TV/DVD
  • CD player/ Radio with saloon and cockpit speakers
  • Flat screen TV with DVD
  • Aft deck teak table and seating
  • Complete aft section (sundeck to bulwarks) winter cover/dodger with clear acrylic all round (2002)
  • Engine spares
  • Port and starboard opening bulwark gates
  • Stern mounted aluminium and teak passerelle
  • Clock
  • Barometer
  • Derrick on mizzen mast with powered winch for dinghy launch and recovery
  • 2.8m dinghy
  • 2.5hp outboard
  • Raymarine outside reversing camera
  • New teak handrail bringing bulwark to commercial height
  • New stainless steel handrail on sundeck
  • Windscreen cover for bridge
  • Cockpit canopy covers
  • Sundeck dodgers (new 2019)

Safety Equipment:

  • Navigation lights
  • Masthead tricolour light
  • Electric bilge pumps
  • Manual bilge pumps
  • 6 person cannister life raft (on wheelhouse roof) 
  • Horseshoe life belt
  • 2 x circular life belts with lights
  • 9 dry powder fire extinguishers
  • Flares
  • EPIRB x 2
  • Ocean Signal AIS MOB Alarm
All Safety equipment listed is included in the sale but the vendor offers no warranties. The purchaser must service the safety equipment and ensure that it is appropriate for his purposes and check expiry and service dates on all items!

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