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Cammenga North Sea Class 61 ft Motor Yacht 1967 – Refit Project

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STELLA MIA

Cammenga North Sea Class 61 ft Motor Yacht 1967 – Refit Project

Designer Jan de Groot
Builder Cammenga Jacht-en Scheepswerf
Date 1967
Length overall 61 ft 0 in / 18.59 m
Length deck 61 ft 0 in / 18.59 m
Length waterline 44 ft 2 in / 13.46 m
Beam 15 ft 7 in / 4.75 m
Draft 5 ft 9 in / 1.75 m
Displacement 47.5 Tonnes
Construction Steel
Engine Gardner 6L3B 6 cy Diesel
Location United Kingdom
Price Under Offer

These details are provisional and may be amended

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BROKER'S COMMENTS

STELLA MIA is a particularly well-proven example of the Cammenga North Sea Class trawler yacht type, renowned for sturdiness, seaworthiness, and comfort both at sea and in port. Under present long ownership, this proper little ship has plied a regular beat between summers in southern Spain and occasional winters hauled out on her owners’ south coast of England private patent slipway; Gardner diesels lap up that kind of long slow running. In recent years STELLA MIA’s maintenance regime has fallen somewhat behind and she is now offered as a refit project, requiring deck and cosmetic upgrade, and interior modernisation - however she could easily be used and enjoyed as she is.


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HISTORY

Purchased by her present owner in 1994, STELLA MIA has since then cruised extensively throughout the Iberian Peninsula, with occasional passages back to her owner’s home slipway on the south coast of England - making many friends at ports along the way between Barcelona and Cowes. When laid up she’s always been stored ashore.


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CONSTRUCTION

- Traditional steel construction
- Teak laid deck on steel sub-deck


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DECK LAYOUT, EQUIPMENT AND GROUND TACKLE

From aft
- Barient 32 24 V warping drum winch
- Kedge anchor, Admiralty Pattern; chain in box on aft deck
- Steel cleats port and starboard
- Large mooring cleats adjacent large Panama fairleads port and starboard
- High bulwarks and handrail
- Saloon cabin; steps up to wheelhouse; sliding doors port & starboard (not original)
- Raised teak ‘Portuguese bridge’ fwd of wheelhouse
- Trunk cabin fwd of wheelhouse
- 2 x large ventilators and Dorade style boxes
- Raised hatch
- Foremast stepped in tabernacle, and boom
- Windlass: warping drum and capstan
- Small crane and winch on stem
- Large mooring cleats adjacent large Panama fairleads port and starboard

From aft cockpit
- Fixed ladder up to saloon roof
- Aft mast stepped in tabernacle, and boom
- Large Simpson davit on upper deck for tender
- Stockless main anchor stowed in hawse pipe
- Approx 100 m ½ in chain

Aft cockpit
- Partially shaded by extension of saloon roof


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ACCOMMODATION AND DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Original joinery throughout

Saloon
- Sideboard and L-shaped seating to port & saloon table
- 4 x Bulkhead lights
- Shelving and sideboard
- 4 x Bulkhead lights

Three steps up to bridge & helm position
- Pilot berth to port; lockers under
- Full size chart table to starboard
- Helm seat
- Bench seating to port and starboard
- Sliding doors port and starboard to side deck
- Gardner engine control
- 2 x Deckhead lights
- 2 x Bulkhead lights

Down 5 steps to starboard of steps to bridge to lower accommodation

Galley runs along starboard side; lower saloon to port

Galley
- Lockers under galley surfaces
- Stainless steel fridge with hot and cold mixer tap
- 4 x Burner Philips gas / electric hob
- Hotpoint freezer
- Zanussi refrigerator
- Sharp microwave
- Zanussi washer
- 3 x Deckhead lights
- 4 x Opening ports

Master cabin to port
- Large double bed
- Large hanging locker
- Dresser/ sideboard
- 2 x Deckhead lights
- 2 x Opening ports
- Reading lamp

En-suite bathroom
- Manual wc
- Ceramic basin; hot and cold mixer tap
- Walk-in shower
- Opening port
- Deckhead light

Forward cabin
- 2 x Bunks to port
- Hanging locker
- Shelving
- 2 x Deckhead lights
- 2 x Opening ports

En-suite to starboard
- Small bath
- Ceramic basin with hot and cold mixer
- 1 x Deckhead light
- 1 x Opening port

F’o’csle
- 2 x Berths to starboard
- Shelving to port
- Hatch in deckhead and ladder
- 3 x Opening ports

Engine room access to starboard at bottom of stair to lower accommodation
- Very large space
- Access aft to large lazarette and steering flat
- Hatch access from lazarette to aft deck


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MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND TANKAGE

- Gardner 6L3B Diesel Engine, 3707 hours
- Koops double motor 24 V bowthruster
- Onan 6 kW generator

- 1 x 12 V Generator battery 110 Ah
- 4 x 6 V Main batteries 210 Ah
- 2 x 12 V Bow thrusters batteries 110 aH
- Clark Rally 24 V battery charger
- AJ Sinewave inverter 2000 W
- D400 Wind generator 24 V
- 2 x 24 V Solar panels each 59 in x 27 in

- Domestic water pressure pump
- Colbero CE75 water heater

- 4 x Fuel tanks, total c 462 gallons
- 1 x Fresh water tank, 540 gallons


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NAVIGATION, COMMUNICATIONS AND ELECTRONICS

- Clipper Navtex
- Clipper Meteoman
- Cetrek Chartnav
- AIS radar
- Garmin GPS
- Apelco HXL1000 Loud hailer
- Simrad RD68 VHF radio
- Cetrek Pro Pilot 725
- Cetrek rudder position indicator
- Cetrek compass
- Raytheon radar R21X
- Plastimo clock & barometer in wheelhouse
- Clock & barometer in saloon


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RIG AND SAILS

Masts and Spars
- Wood tabernacle-stepped foremast
- Wood tabernacle-stepped mizzen mast

Sails
- 1 x Foresail
- 1 x Mainsail
- 1 x Mizzen


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SAFETY

- Sini bilge pump
- 3 x Fire extinguishers


Disclaimer

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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