Gipon Grundel Johanna Hendrika

€ 16.500,00 VAT included
  • Status:Available
  • Manufacturer:Gipon
  • Model:Grundel
  • Category:Flat and round bottom
  • Build year:1976
  • LOA:7.5 x 2.65 x 0.4 m
  • Air draft:9 m
  • Hull construction:Steel
  • Vessel lying:In verkoophaven

Description

Handy sailing Grundel 7.50 built to thoughtful Gipon design. Beautiful details. Large sailing range due to shallow draft and mast height.

Very nicely lined Grundel with saddle roof from well-known designer.(line drawing present). Handy sailing ship with complete sail set including jib. Good Vetus engine with an estimated 290 engine hours (yearly dealer-maintained). By special line and beautiful details (woodcarving) the 'Johanna Hendrika' has a unique appearance. Are you looking for a compact flatbottomboat with a large sailing range, then she is definitely worth a visit!



General
Other:

Very nice Gipon design (line drawing present)


Accommodation
Berths: Sleeping accommodation in the front with door to close off
Other:

Cabin is insulated and in combination with heating quickly on temrperatuur.


Engine, electrics, water
Engine hours: According to kept ship's log
Rig and sails
Jib: 8 m2, reefable
Flying jib: 3.75 m2
Navigation and electronics
Charts, guides: Books Sailing and Better Sailing with Flatbottoms
Equipment
Boat cover: Cockpit tent and winter tarpaulin (canvas, in two parts)
Swimming ladder: Separate swimming ladder (wood)
Safety
Other:

In addition, gas detection system (electronic).


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  • Dimensions
    Loa 7.5 meter
    Beam 2.65 meter
    Draft 0.4 meter
    Air draft 9 meter
  • Build
    Year 1976
    Control type Single
    Cockpit type Aft cockpit
    Deck colour White
    Super structure colour White
    Hull construction Steel
    Hull colour Green
  • Motor
    Starting type Electric
    Cylinders 2
    Tankage 80 liter
    Hours 290
  • Accommodation
    Berths 4
    Toilet Toilet
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Flat bottom boats for sale in the Netherlands

The historic appearance of the flat-bottomed boat is, among other things, what makes it so special. As the name implies, a flat bottom has a flat bottom that has no or almost no keel. The sailing yacht often has side swords, which is what makes it so characteristic. The boats are ideal for charter sailing and are also widely used in the Netherlands. But the flat-bottomed boats can also be used well for pleasure craft or as a houseboat.