Cotre acier 11,50 m Gilbert Caroff 1989, 11.50 m, 1989, Pierre Lemieux

90,000.00 $ CA
Reference Number
3727
Common
Title
Cotre acier 11,50 m Gilbert Caroff 1989
Condition
Used
Presentation
Spacious and comfortable / innovative production / Deep sea cruising / Perfect condition / Expertise 2013 / Seafrost refrigeration redone 2014 / Vetus Diesel Motor (refurbished 2014)
Length
11.50 m
Built
1989
Fuel
  • Fuel
  • Gasoline
  • Other
Posted
Oct 30, 2019
Additional information
Boat name
Pierre Lemieux
Introduction
Spacious and comfortable, L’enclume des mers is designed for offshore cruising. It can accommodate 9 people in 3 closed double cabins, in the saloon that converts into a double bed with curtain for privacy and in the quarter berth. (See interior plan)
The U-shaped galley is well equipped to cook on board with Seafrost refrigeration driven by the auxiliary engine and a Force 10 gimbal range with oven. (See photos)
This triple chine steel boat has been carefully crafted and all sheet metal joints are rounded on the hull as on the deck. (See cross-section drawings)
All systems on the boat tend to be oversized to minimize strain.
Specification
Type: Steel sailboat, Exploration model, Gilbert Caroff architect, centerboarder, owner-built (See drawing of rounded plates)

Rigging: Cutter
Year: 1989
Length: 38 ft. (11,58 m)
Width (mid-ship) : 13 ft. (3,96 m)
Draft: 44 in. (1.10 m) to 7 ft. (2.13 m)
Clearance height: 54 ft. (16,46m)
Weight: 12 tons
Engine: Vetus diesel, 33 hp (Model 4.14), 4 cylinders (refurbished 2014)
Sails: Main sail, genoa, jib, jib no. 1, stay sail, storm trisail
Vessel name : L’enclume des mers
Official number : 811908
Port of registry : Montreal
Sails / rigging
Sails: Main sail, genoa, jib, jib no. 1, stay sail, storm trisail
• Klacko Aluminum deck-stepped Mast (hinged tabernacle with stainless and teak steps), single spreaders
• Dual mainsail sheet serving as a downhaul and boom brake
• Staysail boom rail
• 2 triple Spinlock cam cleats
• 6 Lewmar winches: 2 x 16C, 2 x 30C, 2 x 46 CST (self-tailing)
• Sheet pulleys diam. 4 inches (10 cm)
• Halyard cables (textile) 9/16 inch (14mm)
• Genoa and mainsail sheets 5/8 inch (16mm)
• Shrouds and turnbuckles in stainless steel: mainstay 7/16 inch (10mm), shrouds and backstay 5/16 inch (8 mm)
Engine / Electricity
Engine: Vetus diesel, 33 hp (Model 4.14), 4 cylinders (refurbished 2014)
• Siemens solar panel 43 watts
• 2 deep cycle 12 volt batteries
• Complete electrical panel
• 17-inch bronze propeller
• Fuel tank 50 imp. gal. (225 liters)
instruments
• Datamarine Dart 4 loch and sounder, Si-Tek VHF radio
• Clarion Stereo, model M225, AM / FM, CD player, 2 speakers
• Barometer and brass clock
• KVH (electronic compass)
galley
3 private double cabins, saloon that converts into a double bed with curtain for privacy and a quarter berth, chart table, U-shaped galley, toilet with shower (See interior plan and photos)
• Refrigeration 10 cu. Sea Frost, refurbished 2014
• Force 10 propane stove (3 burners, oven)
• Head with shower (water heater)
• Henderson sea pump head
• 2 stainless steel fresh water tanks 35 gallons each (160 liters each)
• Stainless steel septic tank
Various
• Mast balconies, bow and stern balconies
• Jacklines
• Stainless steel stanchions with double lifelines
• 2 stainless steel davits, one with tilting section
• Manual windlass
• Chain well independent of the hull with overboard drain
• Anchor CQR 35 pounds (16 kg)
• Anchor Danforth 35 pounds (16kg)
• 3 painter lines 1 inch (25mm)
• 2 anchor cable 1 inch (25mm)
• Triple B chain 3/8 inch
• 6 stainless steel mooring bollards with 6 stainless hawse-holes
• Self-steering wind-vane
• Tiller
• Teak woodwork
• Bimini en toile
Note: all systems on the boat tend to be oversized to minimize strain.
dinghy
Dinghy: 8 feet (2.40m) cross-laminated cedar
conclusion
It is the ideal boat for an expedition in the far North or a cruise down South. Its flat bottom allows you to comfortably beach it and its 44-inch draft allows you to anchor in shallow waters. Thanks to its steel hull, you won’t be afraid of ice nor corals.
Communication
Other mode of communication
Christina Zawilski
Pierre Lemieux
Rés.: (819) 322-5190
Cell.: (450)560-2565
Location
Location
Marina Rose des Vents
204, chemin McGee
Lacolle, QC J0J 1J0
Country
Canada
Provinces/States
Quebec
City
Val-David
ZIP code
J0T 2N0
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