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Ansen (NL) Drenthe Netherlands|
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The asking price is the starting amount of the online auction. Bid until 27 July 2020 on www.bootveiling.com.
The Regina I is a well maintained ship with sail number R50. The boat has a steel hull with a mahogany wooden superstructure. The Regina I has been renovated but retaining authentic features, renewed mast from Oregon Pine. The current owner bought the boat in 1990 and had jobs as a hobby so the boat is well maintained over time. The Regina I went annually during the winter to a covered winter storage (in a hall), where the underwater hull was immediately tackled (2 layers of blackbottom, after which an anti-fouling layer was applied). In addition, the engine of the Regina I is annually maintained by a mechanic. At the moment the boat is in the water and is ready to sail. The boat is very complete with included in the sale: storage trailer, summer-winter tarpaulin, cover tent, cockpit tent (for extra living space) and a sea railing. The Regina I is very suitable for nice day trips, but also for weekends on the water.
The viewing day for the Regina I is on Saturday 25 July 2020 between 11 and 14 hours in Ansen (NL).
There's a removable table in the cabin.
Rig and sails
Both the jib and the mainsail are reefable.
The original sails with sail number are present.
Navigation and electronics
Mast ironing installation available.
Camping tent over cockpit including mosquito net available.
|Length over all:||7.1m|