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1952 Ketch ARIES (Sailing Yacht)

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Quantity: 1 Yacht
Product Location: Italy

Seller Description

This vessel is a classic 35m Ketch originally built by Camper & Nicholsons of Gosport, UK. It has a storied pedigree, with owners such as RJ Reynolds and the American Geographic Society. According to the seller this Yacht is being sold in an asset recovery sale. She has been in charter service in the Mediterranian since 1997. Vessel is currently in "mothball state" and can be inspected in San Remo, Italy

  • Keel laid in 1939 by Camper & Nicholsons / launched in 1952
  • Located San Remo, Italy
  • Accomodations for 8 passengers / 4 cabins
  • Cruising speed 8.5 kts

 

 

Construction: The last yacht, built by Camper and Nicholsons with this construction. The hull is of 2 1/16” Burmese teak planking on 4½” x 3” x 7/16” sections steel frames. Keel, stem and aft deadwood mahogany. The masts are made of Oregon Pine (new 1996).
 

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS

General
TYPE: 35m Classic Sailing Ketch
BUILDER: Camper & Nicholsons, Gosport, UK
DESIGNER: In-house Camper & Nicholsons
L.O.A.: 35m / 115”
L.W.L.: 22m / 72”
BEAM: 6.1m / 20”
DRAFT: 3.85m / 13”
DISPLACEMENT: 150 tonnes
BALLAST: 41 tonnes
UPWIND SAIL AREA: 402m²
FLAG: Dutch
NET TONNAGE: 27
GROSS TONNAGE 91
Capacities
FUEL CAPACITY: 6000 litres
WATER CAPACITY: 3600 litres
WATERMAKER: Sea Recovery, 800 gal./day (4838 hrs)
WASTE WATER: 600 litres
Speed and Range under Power
CRUISING SPEED: 8.5 knots @ 1400 RPM
RANGE: approx. 2000 Nm @ 8.5 knots
   

MACHINERY

Propulsion
PROPULSION ENGINE: Cummins NT-855 M 300 HP @ 1800 RPM (6631 hrs)
PROPELLER: 1.0 m diameter, 3-bladed fixed pitch propeller
   
Generators and Electrical Equipment
ELECTRICITY: 230/400V 50Hz three-phase AC, 24V DC
GENERATORS: 2 x Onan MDKAF 22.5kW generators, starboard genset new 1999 (8740 hrs), port genset new 2000 (8136 hrs)
INVERTERS: 2 x Mastervolt
BATTERY CHARGERS: 2 X Mastervolt
BATTERIES: 10 x 200Ah service, 2 x 200Ah emergency, 2 x 200Ah engine starter, 2 x 95Ah generator starter
Air Conditioning
  CLD Marine, 48000 BTU 14kW (new 2001), single compressor with air handlers in all guest cabins and communal areas
Other Machinery
BILGES: Four bolge areas, all manifolded to two Monarch (new 2003)
centrifugal suction pumps in the machinery room.
FUEL SEPARATORS: Racor for engine and generators
WATER HEATING: Rheinstrom HZK 2kW 115/
STEERING PUMP: Pacific Scientific BAF 3742
STEERING GEAR: Tenfjord
SEWAGE PUMPS: 3x Rheinstorm M50E
   

DECK

  • Sail handling by 2x Lewnar 66 and 3x Lewmar Emsworth manual winches
    Highly loaded blocks are Lewmar and running rigging Hye Holland, others custom made wood/brass
  • Sail hoisting by 4x Lewmar 50 and via windlass
  • Galvanised cast iron davits for tender lifting on both sides
  • Fixed biminis above deckhouse and dining table and removable biminis between to fixed units and between the main boom and the side davits
  • Original naval brass mooring bollards and fairleads
  • Six removable deck lockers provide large deck storage
 

GROUND TACKLE

  • Original anchors windlass fully overhauled in 1996 with new electromotor Telemecanique Altivar 16 (2005)
  • 450 lbs anchor with approx. 150m of galvanised steel chain
  • Aprrox. 50 kg Fortress stern anchor
 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

  • Zettler Eclipse C fire detection panel with smoke / heat detectors in all cabins, saloon, galley, deckhouse, machinery spaces, tankhold and crew quarters plus autonomous smoke detectors throughout.
  • Fire extinguishers in deckhouse, galley, fwd hallway, outside engine room, inside engine room and crew quarters
  • Bilge pumps to deck outlet to be used as fired pump and portable electric pump
  • DSB (Deutsche Schlauch Boot) LR86 16 persons life-raft with emergency pack
  • EPIRB Jotron Tron 40S distress signal transmission
  • Adult and children’s SOLAS approved life jackets
  • SOLAS approved distress flares
  • First aid kits
  • 2 x life buoy
  • 10 x survival suit
  • Emergency steering equipment via tiller
 

GALLEY AND LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT

Galley Equipment
  • Range
  • Dishwasher
  • Oven / grill
  • Microwave / oven
  • Fridge (small)
  • Fridge (large)
  • Freezer
Laundry Equipment
  • Washing Machine: Bosch (New 2004)
  • Tumble Dryer: Zanussi (New 2004)
 

NAVIGATION, COMMUNICATION ENTERTAINMENT EQUIPMENT

Navigation
GPS: Furuno GP80 Garmin Handheld
RADAR: Furuno
AUTOPILOT: Robertson AP45
WEATHERFAX: Furuno Fax 207
NAVTEX: Sailtron ISC NAV 4  
LOG/SPEED: B&G Network Quad
ECHO SOUNDER: B&G Network Quad
WIND: B&G Network Wind
COMPASS: Kelvin Hughes MK95
   
Communication
SAT COMM: Nera Saturn B/M, data, fax, voice
VHF: Sailor Compact VHF/DSC RM2042
SSB: Sailor Compact HF/SSB RE2100
   
   

TENDERS & TOYS

  • Novamarine RH430 rigid inflatable (new Summer 2004) with 40 HP Yamaha outboard (new Summer 2002)
  • Snorkeling gear and numerous wetsuits
  • Waterski’s, Wakeboard
 

SAILS, SPARS AND RIGGING

Spars and Rigging
Main mast (approx.36m), mizzen mast (approx. 29m), booms and bowsprit made of Oregon Pine built by Braske (The Netherlands). All dated 1996.
Stainless steel standing rigging new 1996.
Sails
Built by De Vries, the Netherlands in Dacron Including:
  • Mainsail 138m2 (new 1996)
  • Mizzen 85m2 (new 1996)
  • Staysail 81m2 (new 1996)
  • Yankee 98m2 (new 1998)
  • Mizzen Staysail 123m2 (new 1997)

VESSEL BACKGROUND

The ARIES is a 34m ketch, built and designed by the famous Camper and Nicholsons shipyard in Gosport, United Kingdom. Her keel was laid in 1939 but because of struggles during the war she was launched in 1952. Her first owner was the tobacco tycoon R.J. Reynolds.

Designed for long North Atlantic and Arctic cruising, She was given an extremely seaworthy structure and volumous hull form, which gives her interior space and comforts that are normally not found in (racing) classics of this size, giving her an exclusive elegance of style, solidity and reliability.

In 1959, She was donated to the American Geographic Society and served as an oceanographic research vessel. The history in the late 1960’s and 70’s is clouded in mystery. She was completely refitted in the early 80’s in Halifax, Canada, by Canadian dentist Dr. Jene Jensen who also fitted a new interior and a Bermuda rig.

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