Stofberg Lemsteraak Kookaburra

€ 78.000,00 VAT included
  • Status:Available
  • Manufacturer:Stofberg
  • Model:Lemsteraak
  • Category:Flat and round bottom
  • Build year:1978
  • LOA:10 x 3.8 x 0.8 m
  • Air draft:12.7 m
  • Hull construction:Steel
  • Vessel lying:In verkoophaven

Description

Excellently maintained Lemsteraak of famous Stofberg yard. By improvements and storage in better condition than suspected by age

Lemsteraak 'Kookaburra' has had two former owners after her launch at Stofberg en zn. in 1978 in Leimuiden. The present third owner has owned her for more than 30 years and has taken good care of her, judging by the many improvements that have been made. For example, the teak on foredeck and gangways was completely renewed in the mid 90's in a very professional manner (detailed explanation available). In addition, pot lid and mahogany parts in the cockpit were replaced in the late 1990s. Rudder and leeboards have also been improved. To keep her at the high maintenance level of 2007 the owner has left her under roof during the period she is not in use , so she is actually 15 years younger than her year of construction suggests. The 'Kookaburra' is waiting for a new owner in our sales marina in Heeg, ready to sail!



General
Rudder: Attached, oak
Windows: 10 x light edges / portholes, copper edges
Hull number: SSRP Studbook number 1114
Other:

Beautifully lined Lemsteraak of famous Stofberg yard. The teak on gunwales and deck has been renewed (in an improved version) and rerubbed in 1995. The ship has been in covered storage since 2007 and is in very good condition.


Accommodation
Curtains: White
Other:

Has plenty of headroom in a large part of the ship because the superstructure extends halfway to the fore cabin.


Engine, electrics, water
Cooling system: Wet exhaust through heat exchanger
Propulsion: Drive Velvet Warner 1:3
Dynamo: 2 x12 volts
Water system: diaphragm pump on 12 volts
Hot water: Fasto geyser
Other:

The indirectly cooled engine has been maintained and improved by the owner together with an overhaul company. In the spring of 2022 new high speed annealers (10 seconds) were placed. Only about 2900 hours!


Rig and sails
Sailplan type: Essen
Spars, stays: Stainless steel reinforcement
Crutch: For mast and boom
Sail lowering system: Mast lowering/anchor winch and sprinkle
Jib: Bunting jib (reefable) and storm jib
Flying jib: flying (with livers)
Number of masts: Oregon pine
Other:

The running rigging is of a very good quality. The blocks have been improved by adding stainless steel shafts and have been thoroughly varnished. Smaller blocks, such as those of the backstays, are made of tufnol. All blocks rotate excellently and with virtually no play.


Equipment
Boat cover: winter carpets 3x (4x6, 3x5) like new
Swimming ladder: At the helm
Dinghy: Mahogany clinker raft (3.30) with bucket sail, centreboard and rudder (see photos)
Outboard engine: In addition, Suzamar dinghy
Other:

The very beautiful authentic clinker raft, which can serve as a dinghy, is in consultation to take over.


Safety
Radar reflector: Aluminum
Life jackets: In addition, lifebuoy
Watertight door: Waterproof bulkhead in engine room

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  • Dimensions
    Loa 10 meter
    Beam 3.8 meter
    Draft 0.8 meter
    Air draft 12.7 meter
  • Build
    Year 1978
    Deck construction Dek en gangboorden teak op staal
    Control type Single
    Cockpit type Aft cockpit
    Superstructure construction Opbouw teak op hout
    Hull construction Steel
    Hull colour Black
    Where Stofberg
  • Galley
    Fridge
    Freezer
    Heating
  • Motor
    Starting type Electric
    Cylinders 4
    Tankage 200 liter
    Hours 2900
  • Navigation
    Compass
    Gps
    Vhf
  • Accommodation
    Berths 5
    Toilet Toilet
  • Tuigage
    Main sail
  • Electronics
    Battery charger
    Inverter
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