"Skerrycruiser 75 sqm from 1905, former Olympic participant in 1912"
Asked price € 17 500
A lovely boat to spend the summer in the Archipelago. I´ve owned the boat for 21 years…
S/Y Måsen came 2nd at the Olympic sailing in Nynäshamn in 1912. She was KSSS “lottery boat”
when she was built in 1905, a common practice at the time to raise money for the The Royal Swedish
Sail Club. It was also a prestigious competition among yacht constructors to make the fastest yacht.
S/Y Måsen is beautiful, easy to sail, and fast. She is well-preserved and has the original décor. This yacht
is made for Archipelago sailing with good friends or with family or on your own.
The hull has a long overhang in the front which makes it easy to land on the beautiful flat
cliffs of small islands in the Archipelago. Amenities include a
stove, refrigerator, drinking water tank, sink, and a pantry, 4-6 bunks, cockpit tent wich is good for both
rainy and sunny days.
She has a new deck, transom, all ground stocks, rudder, and the main ribs,
and renovated ruff with 3 mm mahogany veneer on both outside and inside.
Prow reinforced with laminated larch.
Some new planking
Chapel over the cockpit
Feel free to contact me for more information or images. I have pictures of her sailing days of the 1920s,
a handwritten logbook in verse, and more.
Everything works, just cast off, and sail away!
Length: 12.39 m (41 foot)
Width: 2.98 m
Draft: 1,72 m
Sailing area: 75 m2
Hull: Pine with oak and steel frames
Foresail, genoa and mainsail in cruising laminate spinnaker in dacron but in good shape
Motor: Honda four stroke on a sailboat drive
Stove, 2 plates
Three batteries, one for the fridge and two for the consumption
2 bilge pumps (for security) with automatic level control
Door, boom and cockpit chapel
Kontact Mikael Hultgren:
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