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Koopmans
43
sold
VAT Paid
Reference number:
Category:
Sailing Yacht
Build year:
1987
Berth:
Numansdorp, visits on appointment
Asking price:
sold
Material:
Steel
Dimensions:
13,50 m
x
4,00 m
x
1,80 m
Description:
Seagoing sailing yacht ready for departure.
Designer:
Koopmans design
Shipyard:
Klein, Hoogezand
Hull shape:
Roundbilge
5 mm below waterline, 4 mm above waterline
Hull colour:
Blue
Deck colour:
White
Deck construction:
Steel
4 mm steel decks with teak (1992 but in good condition)
Cockpit:
Centre cockpit
Vertical clearance:
21 m
Draught:
180 cm
Displacement:
17,000 kg
Ballast:
5,000 kg
Steering system:
Wheel
Hydraulic
Rudder:
Single
Keel/Lee board:
Full keel
With rudder attached to keel.
Saloon:
Headroom:
185 cm
Cabins:
3
Berths:
fixed: 4 Extra: 2
Type interior:
Classic, warm
Color upholstery:
Mottled
Water tank & material:
Steel
2x 500 ltr
Water tank gauge:
Water tank gauge for 1 tank
Water system:
Pressure + manual
Foot pump for drinking water + foot pump for sea water
Number of showers:
1
Toilets:
1 Manual
Radio/CD player:
Cooker & fuel:
2 burner(s) Gas
Oven:
+ Grill
Fridge & power source:
Electric
Freezer:
Freezer compartment
Heating:
hot air Webasto
Comments:

Under the galley floor there is a large storage room.

Number of identical engines:
1
Starting type:
Electric
Type:
Inboard
Brand:
BMW Marine
Model:
D50.2
Number of cylinders:
3
Power:
50 hp
Engine hours:
7,500
Engine hours is based on logbook.
Fuel:
Diesel
Transmission:
Shaft
Propulsion:
Propellor
Cooling system:
Indirect
Fuel tanks:
2
1x 100 ltr day tank, 1x 800 ltr main tank
Total fuel tank(s) capacity:
900 Litre
Fuel tank material:
Steel
Fuel tank gauge:
Tachometer:
Bow thruster:
Electric
10 hp
Battery:
1x 110Ah start (2016), 5x 110Ah service (2019), 2x 110Ah 24v bow thruster/anchor (2020)
Battery charger:
50 A
Victron
Alternator:
1x 12v, 1x 24v
Inverter:
1.500 Watt
Victron
Solar panel:
200 Watt
Voltage:
12V 24V 220V
Comments:

The boat comes with various spare parts for the engine, including: valves, valve cover, head gasket, atomizers and fuel pump. The engine has always been used with great care and still runs good. At 1700 rpm the boat runs 5.5 knots and uses 2 ltr/hour. Maximum speed is 8 knots.

Compass:
C. Plath type Venus
Log/speed:
Autohelm (buiten) + Multi (binnen)
Depth gauge:
Autohelm (buiten) + Multi (binnen
Wind gauge:
Autohelm (buiten) + Multi (binnen
Windvane steering:
Sailomat
Navigation lights:
3-color light and anchor light are LED
Autopilot:
Robertson AP200
Compass has to be replaced and is included in delivery
GPS:
2x AP Navigator MK9
Chart plotter:
VDO Map10
Radar:
Raytheon
SSB receiver:
Target
VHF:
Icom ICM601
Weatherfax/Navtex:
Navtex
Satellite communication:
Skanti Iridium
Sailplan type:
Sloop
Number of masts:
1
Spars material:
Aluminium
Standing rig:
Steel wire
Number of sails:
5
Main sail:
2005 (3 reefers and fitted with Harken slatted wagons)
Try sail:
Jib:
+/- 18 years old
Flying jib:
2005
Halfwinder, bollejan:
+/- 18 years old (hardly used)
Winches:
4 Anderson lap winches + several other winches
Anchors & material:
1x CQR (27 kg) anchor with 70 mtr chain, 1x spare (16 kg)
Anchor windlass:
Electric
1800 Watt
Sprayhood:
panes
Sea rails:
Swimming ladder:
Teak deck:
Comments:

The aft deck has 2 lovely seats in the fence chair. In addition, there is a large box in the aft deck and there are 3 solar panels installed on the sea rail and on the bracket.

Life raft:
New in 2017. Must be inspected
EPIRB:
Bilge pump:
Manual Electric
Fire extinguisher:
Radar reflector:
Gas bottle locker with drain:
Self-draining cockpit:
Extra information

Over the past 14 years, the Koopmans 43 has brought the owner couple safely and comfortably around the Mediterranean, Black Sea and Atlantic Ocean. This boat has earned her stripes and is ready for her new adventure.

Comment owner

As good as born and raised on a sailing boat, I never consciously learned and started sailing in a pirate and several other open boats and later with my parents' boat I gained a lot of experience on open and flowing water v.n.l  op  rivers, IJsselmeer, Wadden Sea and Zeeland waters. Delta works had only just started and all the seagulls were still open. Wish to make big trips had to be postponed because my wife preferred to invest in a house instead of a boat because she wasn't sure yet whether she would like it. (Had never sailed before she met me) Because our money was in a house I started to draw and build a steel boat myself. When we had children the plan for travelling was put on hold for the time being. After 20 years in our self-built boat in the holidays sea experience and our 2 daughters out of the house a Koopmans 35 Kustvaarder 4 was bought. Of course also steel. Due to special circumstances together decided not to wait but to retire early, to find a bigger boat and to settle for a lower pension later. House sold, steel longboat wanted because of our plans. It has to be a steel boat that has a central cockpit and is easy to sail. If you sail against a "floating" container or make a mistake at a reef, keel and rudder should stay on it. What's more, steel can be repaired anywhere in the world. The Atlantic has amply proven to meet our wishes. Our experience is that, in bad weather conditions, the boat for us and we do not have to take care of the boat and also survived a collision with container. 

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