Rarely offered vessel from the renowned Danish designer Georg Berg, who together with the famous Hansen and Utzon, developed some splendid double enders from 1920 onwards.
The competition was fierce thus resulting in a unique standard of quality in both materials, craftsmanship and performance.
This beautiful boat was built in 1936 and was at time, a bit of a sensation. She quickly established herself as a high end performer in various races.
Appears extremely well maintained by a total of only approx. five owners, since 1936, of which 23 years are in the hand of current thorough and caring owner.
Well-built, well-maintained and aesthetical, the superlatives are many.
Ketch rigged with Silver Spruce master and booms, both with rolling system.
Standing height, separate WC, nice roomy pantry and cozy lounge and cabin. A total of 6 bunks.
Appears in large part with her interior in original condition and with few and functional changes to her outside; Tradition & Renewal.
Many fine craft details and, moreover, built to the highest boatman's standard, with careful selection of materials.
A true gentleman’s yacht with spirit, soul and history.
Specs; Launched: 1936
Length: 10,80 m.
Beam: 3,20 m.
Draft: Approx.1,70 m.
Displacement: Approx.9.000 kg.
Perkins: Perkins 4107, 48 hp. Freshwater cooled.
Engine is from 1968, but has been renovated and is running like a clock.
The boat is an original Berg and owner has the original blue-prints from 1936 to prove it.
Only “Kernholz” has been used for the hull and she has been awarded a medal twice by “the federation of wooden ships” (DFÆL) for its unique condition.
Last time was 2 years ago.
The owner is turning 80, and this is the only reason, why he is selling his beloved boat.
Having a boat of this nature is a privilege. You are more the “care taker” than the owner.
You have the pleasure for a limited time, with the obligation to pass it on the next “care taker” in mint condition.
The price has just been reduced til Dkk.220.000/30.000 Euro which is a steal for this boat.
She is lying i the water i Copenhagen, near the airport, waiting for her new "caretaker".
You can find more photos at www.hbs.dk
Please contact Mr. Adam Poulsen/Elsinore boat sale.
Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel./phone +45 28 35 37 73.