CAROL KETCH Year 198072 000 € VAT paid
Designed by the american architect John Griffin Hannah, and built in classic wood (iroko) by the Pfister-Sirvent shipyard, the carol Ketch is the big brother of the "Tahiti ketch". She is a legendary sailing boat, very seaworthy, comfortable and safe. The passage in the sea is very smooth, the central cockpit is well protected.
Both the silhouette and the fittings are charming !
This boat, listed as a maritime heritage, is in exceptional condition: its current owners maintain it meticulously
This ketch is well balanced under sail and, when the wind picks up, under staysail and mizzen only, she navigates her merry way in complete safety.
After more than 30 years of family cruising, we are now moving towards a smaller sailboat for double-handed sailing.
|Architect||John griffin Hannah|
|Material||Wood / Epoxy|
|Type of ballast||Long keel|
|Engine(s)||Perkins 45HP Diesel|
|Fuel capacity||200 L|
|Water Capacity||400 L|
|Lying||French Western Mediterranean|