Your 'French Odyssey' could start here in a classic Motor Yacht in Steel by Mulder of Holland in 1978. Engine - Vetus Marine
414 A102 (1986) - 33hp at 3000rpm - Single shaft - Hurth Gearbox.
She sleeps 4 in 2 cabins (Saloon & Aft Cabin) She has a hard chine hull in steel with a varnished mahogany superstructure. The hull has
been sand-blasted and treated with zinc-primer for rust prevention. The wheelhouse may be completely opened-up by a rolling
canvas-top. Swimming platform. The hull, brightwork, engine & ancillaries are all in excellent order & condition. A proper live-aboard
yacht beautifully presented and ready to go!
Vessel Type: Motor Yacht Designer: Mulder of Holland
Builder: D. Mulder, Jachtwerf 'De Watersport', Voorschoten, Model: Super Favorite
Year: 1978 Berths: 4
Length (LOA): 9.70m
Draft: 1.00m Air draft: 2.30m
Vetus 414 A102 inboard 4-cylinder diesel (1986) with shaft drive.(33HP/24.6kW).Gearbox by Hurth HBW100-2R of 2:1 nominal
reduction ratio. Electric starting. Vetus single-lever control ar steering console, incorporating buttons for preheating, starting and
solenoid-operated stop mechanism, tachometer, and warning lights for oil pressure, temperature, alternator charging.
No. of Engines: 1
Fuel type: Diesel
Drive type: Shaft drive
Welded steel hull with raked stem, slightly raked transom stern, conventional sheer, high freeboard forward with some flare, lower
freeboard aft with some tumblehome, single chine, vee-section forefoot, integral shallow centreline box section keel with steel skeg.
Steel deck. Two-part superstructure with centre cockpit between, all in varnished mahogony.
Hull Material: Steel
Hull type: Displacement
Displacement: 8000 kg
Two large single or small cosy double berths in aft cabin with cabinet. Storage under. Double berth in saloon utilising
table/dinette/mattress/backrest arrangement. Lockers under. Mahogony faced bulkheads, lockers etc, white painted locker
doors & drawers, blue cord-type hard wearing carpets. Ventilation via 4 hatches, 2 portlights and 6 opening windows opening
over the accommodation, louvres in main & aft companionway doors. Insect screens. Gas supply via 2x5kg propane cylinders
within steel self-draining locker below aft deck. SMEV 4-burner hob & separate SMEV bulk-head mounted oven, all with
flame-failure devices. Sibir gas/electric refrigerator operates also from shore-supply. Pressurised fresh-water supply from
150ltrs steel tank. Par Brydon manual marine toilet. Heating via diesel-fired drip-feed heater in saloon, and automotive-type
heater connected to engine's cooling water circuit with electric fan ducting warm air to closeable outlets within saloon,
aft cabin and at the helm position within cockpit.