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Feadship 62 ft Twin Screw Diesel Motor Yacht 1962



Feadship 62 ft Twin Screw Diesel Motor Yacht 1962

Designer Oehlmann
Builder Feadship - De Vries Aalsmeer (NL)
Date 1962
Length overall 62 ft 4 in / 19 m
Length deck 62 ft 4 in / 19 m
Length waterline 0 ft 0 in / 0 m
Beam 16 ft 5 in / 5 m
Draft 4 ft 11 in / 1.5 m
Displacement 50 Tonnes
Construction Steel hull alloy superstructure
Engine 2 x Mercedes OM 32 Diesels 130 HP
Location Netherlands
Price EUR 595,000

These details are provisional and may be amended



A 1960s Feadship with her canoe stern; petite funnel and little ship ambience is a seductive mix – HADDOCK remains an unspoilt example from a yard whose standards at that time were already renowned and today they build the finest private yachts in the world. This boat has a useful interior layout providing good accommodation for 7 in 3 cabins – she has the range for extended family cruising and all the time with grace and effortless style.



Launched as BAVARIA in 1962 HADDOCK has been re named successively ISABELLE I, PATRICIA, GWENEVELEN, PATRIZIA, LABRADOR – and now HADDOCK. For most of her life she has cruised the French and Italian rivieras , often seen in exclusive St. Tropez and Portofino. She is currently based at the port of Muiden in the Netherlands.



- Steel hull
- Steel deck
- Alloy superstructure


Accommodation and domestic equipment

- Deck saloon aft, top deck sun area, fore deck
- 7 Berths in 3 x sleeping cabins
- 2 x Head compartments
- 2 x Shower / baths

The classic interior is a nice combination of mahogany wood combined with light panelling. Over the years the interior has been upgraded and modernized without losing its charm of a classic. One level up the bridge is semi-separated from the main saloon and overlooks the deck.

Main Saloon
- Comfortable seating and dining area
- Bar with drinks and wine storage cabinet
- Forward of the main saloon down steps

Galley to stbd
- Halogen cooker
- Microwave and hot air oven
- Danfoss 24 V and Coolmatic 24 V fridges
- Liebherr 24 V/ 230Vfreezer
- Bosch dishwasher
- Bosch combined washing machine and dryer
- Icemaker.

Doorway fwd to fore cabin
- Head compartment
- Double berth forward on stbd side

Coming back aft up through main saloon and down companionway steps aft
- Double and single berth guest cabin off to port with basin
- En suite bathroom opposite to stbd
- Doorway aft to master owners double cabin
- King size double berth
- En suite shower

- Boostler Maritime heating system 2008
- Air conditioning in saloon and owners cabin


Deck equipment facilities and ground tackle

- Electric windlass and anchors
- Dromor 320 tender with 15 HP outboard
- Davits and crane
- Atmospheric cockpit gives a somewhat ‘Cote d' Azur’ sense of relaxation
- Cockpit provides a particularly well protected sitting area
- Removable covers shield guests from the wind
- The larger part of the cockpit aft is shaded from the sun
- Upper and fore decks provide panoramic views and sunbathing


Mechanical electrical and tankage

- Mercedes 2 x OM 32 6 cyl Diesels each 130 HP 1973 4,000 hours
- Indirect cooling
- Twin shafts to twin screw
- Twin rudders
- Cruising speed 8 knots
- Max speed 9.5 knots
- Fuel consumption 16 litres per hour
- 1,400 nm range
- Vosper Maxi Fin stabilisers
- 24 V 400 Ah service batteries 2014
- 1 x 24 V Start battery
- Austin MDL 8 kW.12 V generator
- Freedom 25 65 A battery charger
- Austin MDL 8 kW generator
- 1 x Freedom 3500 V A inverter
- 1 x Freedom 1200 V A inverter
- 2 x Hot water boilers
- 2,200 Litre / 484 gallons fuel
- Fresh water tank 2,200 litres / 484 gallons
- Grey water holding tank 500 litres / 110 gallons
- Black water tank 500 litres / 110 gallons


Navigation, communications and electronics

- Plath steering compass
- Rudder indicator
- Furuno LS 4100 depth
- Furuno FAP825 autopilot:
- Furuno 1720 radar
- Furuno GP 30GPS
- MaxSea chart plotter
- Audio system
- TV



- Motron EPIRB



The yacht had a complete overhaul in 2007/2008 at the Spiro Shipyard in Enkhuizen, the Netherlands. The hull was completely measured, all double skins were removed and replaced by new steel plating where necessary. After sandblasting the whole hull back to bare steel, a new layer of two component filler was applied and the hull was sprayed in the colour Flag Blue with the paint system Alexseal. During this refit the bull work was partly replaced with the use of stainless steel material and several systems onboard were overhauled as well.


These particulars have been prepared from information provided by the vendors and are intended as a general guide. The purchaser should confirm details of concern to them by survey or engineers inspection. The purchaser should also ensure that the purchase contract properly reflects their concerns and specifies details on which they wish to rely.


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