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Gerard Dijkstra Aerorig

£ 350,000
Plymouth Yacht Haven, Shaw Way, Mount Batten Shaw Way, , ,
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Lazy Jack was individually designed by Gerard Dijkstra, the architect who restored the J-Class boats Endeavour, Velsheda and Shamrock V, but also well known for bespoke sloops, Aerorig sloops and schooners.

Dutch built with a bespoke layout of individual design finished to a high standard with quality fittings. Designed to take 2-4 people safely and independently around the globe without the need for additional crew and can easily be sailed single-handed. The bow thruster and twin engines make her very manoeuvrable in close confines. She has a unique gimballed galley, chart table and forward berth, which makes life on board in heavy seas comfortable.

She has secondary back up for all essential systems. Her AeroRig and electric winches make her simple to sail and very efficient.

She is particularly well suited for cold climate voyaging with her thick insulated aluminium hull and watertight bulkheads. However, there is also enough natural ventilation below decks by way of multiple companionways, numerous deck hatches and Dorade vents to permit comfortable cruising in the Tropics and South Pacific.

With only two owners from new she presents in immaculate order with a continuous maintenance program. Her current owners have sailed her for the past 9 years and their plan was to commence a world tour but personal matters have necessitated a change of plan.

Berth may be available, subject to negotiation and marina terms and conditions.

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Address: Plymouth Yacht Haven, Shaw Way, Mount Batten Shaw Way
County: Devon
State: Devon
Zip: PL9 9XH
Country: United Kingdom
Price: £ 350,000
Boat Size: 62 ft.
Year Built: 1996
Boat Model / Make: Gerard Dijkstra
Boat Builders: Scheepswerf Gouwerok Aalsmeer
Boat Designer: Gerard Dijkstra
LOA (metres): 18.89m
Beam: 4.5m
Displacement: 66000lb
Draft: 2.6m
Hull Material: Aluminium
Engine/Fuel Type: Perkins Diesel
Engine HP: 84
Engine Hours: 3105
Cruising Speed: 11kts
Fuel Capacity: Plymouth
Water Capacity: Plymouth
Holding Tank: 250L
Aluminium hull
Hull colour blue
Aluminium superstructure in white and grey grip effect paint
Aluminium skeg rudder
Fin keel – encapsulated with lead
Stainless steel handrails
Stainless steel Dorade vents
Teak cockpit seats and removable teak floor gratings.
Watertight bulkheads
Epoxied since new
Antifouled in red International Trilux (refreshed June 2021)
Topsides in navy blue
Twin wheel steering
Cockpit with aluminium dog house with fixed roof panel and inset windows
Twin engine rooms each with Perkins M90 84hp 4-cylinder marine diesel engines
Engine hours – 3,105 port side / 2,962 starboard side
Twin oil filled transmission shafts
2x 3-bladed feathering bronze Max-Props
Ambassador rope cutter on each prop
Vetus bow thruster fitted 2010
Inset boarding hatchway to transom with stainless steel boarding ladder
Emergency tiller handle in lazarette locker
55KG Spade anchor to bow roller with 90M chain
55KG Bruce anchor with 80M chain
Two Muir anchor electric windlass
Spare CQR 55KG anchor
Stern deck Quick electric windless
2x Andersen 46ST two-speed winches to mast
2x Andersen 52ST two-speed winches to mast
4x Andersen 58ST two-speed winches to cockpit
2x Harken 16ST one-speed power ration winches to stern
Ships bell
New Cockpit cover 2020
Winter cover 2012
3.1 m Avon rib tender with 8 HP Yamaha Four stroke Outboard and cover 2020
5x fuel tanks totalling 2,200L with the main two units of 700L each plus two smaller aluminium 300L units plus day tank 200L. 2 electric fuel transfer pumps and backup hand fuel transfer pump to fill day tank.
2x aluminium fresh water tanks totalling 1,600L with 800L each
Pressurised hot and cold water
Hem water maker 30 imp gallons p/hr. Requires re-commissioning and new membrane
Grey and black water aluminium tanks 250L each
2x Esberspacher diesel heating systems, serviced Oct 2021
Soba Baynova 1000 washing machine
Jabsco electric fresh water toilet
Lavac manual sea water toilet
Separate shower cubicle
Top loading fridge with two frigobot compressors
Stainless steel gimballed twin sink in galley
Taylors gas oven and grill with 2 burners, gas system serviced Oct 2021
Extractor hood
Comprehensive DC & AC electrical system
Primary system of 24V powering autopilots, windlass and pump
12V for nav equipment and lights
230V shore power supply
3 KW Inverter
Junior Bauer Air dive compressor
2x diesel generators – Onan 12kva (Stb hours 1097; Port hours 1130)
4x 12V engine batteries renewed 2019
The engine batteries operate independently but if one bank fails the alternate bank can be switched to power the opposite engine.
2x 12V bow thruster batteries renewed 2020
12V Service batteries 6x 2V 700ah new
These are 2 volt cells designed with a battery life of 20 years. The original batteries have only just been replaced. If the 12 volt system fails there the 24 volt system can be used through a 24v/12v converter.
24V Service batteries 12x 2V 700ah new
2 x Mastervolt 80 amp 12 volt chargers
2 x Mastervolt 80 amp 24 volt chargers
Batteries charged by engine alternators, shore power and diesel generators
B&G 20/20 CD depth
B&G 20/20 CD speed log
B&G Hydra GPS
B&G 20/20 CD wind direction
B&G 20/20 CD wind speed
Robertson AP300x autopilot control, there are 3 independent autopilots fitted, two operate through the main hydraulic steering system, the third has an independent hydraulic ram with a separate fluid reservoir.
Simrad R135 rudder angle
Simrad AP22 autopilot control x2
Philips AP Navigator GPS
Furuno NavNet chart plotter/radar in Dog House
Furuno radar in main cabin
iCom M505 DSC VHF
Sailor 250W SSBB radio VHF
Comar AiS displayed on Chart plotter and radar
Cockpit compass
Horns x2, one independent and one automatic sounding via iCom VHF
Aerorig built by Carbospars
Rotating unstayed carbon fibre mast (supported on a bearing block with second upper bearing inset to the coachroof deck head)
Fore and aft booms of FRP
Fully battened mainsail (2006)with line reefing and Lazy Jacks.
Jib (2006) with roller reefing. (2010)
Trysail with separate mast track (Original and unused)
Manual and electric bilge pumps
Rosewood joinery throughout
5 berths in 3 cabins
Forward cabin with double berth
Gimballed passage berth
Port side cabin with single berth
Starboard side cabin with single berth
Heads with shower
Clock and barometer
CD player
Fitted TV and DVD player
Gimballed galley
Gimballed chart table
U-shaped stern saloon
Offshore flare pack (new October 2020)
6-person Ocean Safety Liferaft New 2020, (next service due September 2023)
2x life rings, two horseshoe buoys
Man overboard recovery sling
Jon buoy
Radar reflector & Echomax
Fire blanket
All Fire extinguishers renewed Oct 2021, Automatic clean agent fire extinguishers in both engine compartments and electrical space, automatic powder extinguisher in Bow thruster space.
An extensive number of spares for essential machinery stored under main berth forward.
All the original instruction manuals and design drawings for mast and yacht.
“LJ” has been the perfect yacht for us, having purchased her from the first owner who oversaw her design and build in Holland. His philosophy of wanting a yacht to take him and his wife safely around the world, with backup systems for all essential systems, we have continued this philosophy. We have spent a very happy 10 years living on her and sailing in both UK and Mediterranean. We have maintained and improved her with the aim of embarking on our own world voyage but personal circumstances have curtailed this. She is a yacht, which is at her best for long sea passages and is not idea for day cruising due to her size. I sailed her back from Gibraltar non-stop with one crew in 7.5 days. I often have sailed her singlehanded and she is very seaworthy in a blow. As we need to be local to the UK for the next few years it is with great sadness we have made the decision to put her up for sale.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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