Model: STAGSEGEL-KETSCH 28 Type: sailing yacht LOA (m): 24,05 LWL (m): 20,03 Beam (m): 5,06 Draft (m): 2,30 Headroom (m): 14,00 Year built: 1894 Launched: 1897 Builder: Werft Joh. Thormählen &Co in Elmshorn Country: Germany Displacement (t): 30 Hull material: steel Hull colour: White/Black Keel type: long keel Superstructure material: steel Rubbing strake: steel Deck material: steel Deck finish: paint Superstructure deck finish: paint Cockpit deck finish: paint Antifouling (year): 2018 Dorades: 2 Window frame: steel Window material: glass Deckhatch: yes Portholes: yes Fuel tank (litre): 3500 steel Fuel tank 2 (litre): 3500 steel Freshwater tank (litre): 3 x 5000 Level indicator (freshwater): yes Blackwater tank (litre): 500 Level indicator (blackwater): yes Blackwater tank extraction: yes Wheel steering: chain steering Outside helm position: yes Emergency tiller: yes Stagsegelketsch, built in 1898 - in the 70s completely rebuilt from a professional ship to a yacht with ever new improvements and modernizations in recent years. The staysail yacht Nordwind is considered one of the oldest still seagoing steel yachts in the world. About the history: The Nordwind was built in 1898 as a cargo sailer in a German shipyard in Northern Germany. An excellent sailer. It was not until 1912 that the first engine was installed. The complete hold is overbuilt and berths are installed in the forecastle. The aft cabin is converted from crew cabin to owner cabin.
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