Very beautiful new interior with nowadays comfort and technology, as well as the elements of her rich history.

The centerboard (draft 1.90 m to 3.20 m) ensures both performance as well as access to all ports and anchorages. Sparkman & Stephens improved rigging.

Complete rebuilt 2006 including new interior, ca. 60% of the strakes of the underwatership renewed, new piping and tanks, electrical system and equipment, hydraulic steering system, new rudder, new sails and safety equipment. Paint on hull completely removed end 2008 and repainted 2009 with one component Sikkens gloss paint.

Philip L. Rhodes (1895 to 1974) is among connoisseurs one of the most talked-about and versatile American yacht designers in the history. In 1962 a Rhodes designed yacht won the America’s Cup. This legendary classic ocean racer has its origin on the Nevins yard on City Island, New York.

Owned by Carleton Mitchell who sailed the Royal Ocean Racing Clubs Transatlantic Race, in 1952. An unique opportunity for the sporting sailor with a good sense of style.

General Specification

LOA 17.80 m
Length hull 17.52 m
Lwl 12.41 m
Beam 4.36 m
Minimum draft 1.90 – 3.20 m
Minimum air draft 21.00 m
Water displacement 24 tons
Continuous cruising speed ca. 7 knots @ 1700 rpm
Cruising speed ca. 7 knots in general under sail
Range ca. 1.200 NM at cruising speed
ca. 4 lit./hr.
Flag Dutch
Registration None
Classification Dutch

Building year
Building year 1938 Rebuild 2004-2006
Hull Nevins U.S.A.
Interoir Dutch Shipyard
Installations Dutch Shipyard
Construction Philip L. Rhodes – USA
Refit interior Olivier F. van Meer – Holland
Heavy displacement S-framed transom stern construction with raked bow and long keel. Built in wood with framing each 30 cm.
Double planked. Mahogany / cedar
One wooden rudder fitted to keel.
Centreboard controlled by winch.
Min. draft: 1.90 -3.20 meter.
Built in wood.
Main deck covered with plywood and teak in a bedding compound.
Teak sliding entrance hatches to saloon and master cabin. Skylight in saloon.
Stainless steel fittings, hardware and sea railings. Teak caprails.
Brass frames with 10 mm hard-glass, of which all opening.
Fuel 2 aluminium tanks 700 litres total.
Fresh water 3 GRP tanks, 950 litres total.
Grey water tank automatic pump to black water tank.
Black water 1 x 120 litres aluminium tank.
Acoustic The floors are flexible mounted on foam and thorough attention is given to the sound insulation.
Engine room foam anti noise materials down to waterline.
Installations in engine room where required mounted on rubber sockets.
Paint system
New paint system 2009
Engines & propulsion

Main engine
Yanmar diesel engine type 4LH/TE 4 cylinders, built year 1992.
Continuous rating ca. 100 Hp at 3200 rpm.
Maximum output ca. 110 Hp at 3300 rpm.
Engine with turbo charging, inter cooling system with water injected exhaust.
Separate bilge under main engine.
Ca. 329,5 engine hours.
By analogue meters in cockpit: RPM, water temp, engine temp, lub oil pressure.
APS Annunciator System LSC. In case of failure this system makes phone call to a GSM. This system is able to monitor bilge aft, engine room, Voltage, low level hydr. tank, fire/smoke in engine room, water in fuel filter.
Navigation lighting control.
Start and stop control at steering position.
Control system
MV-2 Morse control system in cockpit.
Hydro pack
Eaton hydro pack driven by main engine
Gear box
Hydraulic driven prop shaft. Linde Hydraulics corp. Canfield, Ohio. Type BMF-140
3-blade Max-prop

Heating system
Dickinson “Alaska” diesel heater. (Operational till 25% angle)
Stearing gear
Hydraulic system, with Servo hydraulic wheel pump.
Emergency tiller.

Fuel system
Including water separator.
Water system
Fresh water hydrophore.
Hot water system by Sigmar Marine 80 lit water heater electric and by main engine.
Tecma toilets with fresh water flush.
Bilge system
Two electric pumps, automatic controlled and manual pump.
Deck wash & fire fighting system
ea water system with outlets on fore and aft deck with hose.
Hot water shower at aft deck.
Natural air ventilation system throughout the yacht. Forced ventilation under floor and behind inner planking.
Zibro D116 / DX118 dehumidifier
Electrical system
Professional electrical installation.
Main panel including automatic fuse switches at navigation station.
BMV-501 digital battery monitor.
220V plugs.
Voltage 24V DC
Generators None
Chargers/Inverters 2 x 24V- 3000 VA 70 Amph. make Victron
Shoer power Shore power intake 220V in cockpit on port complete with cable.
Lighting Interior lights 24V including spots. Emergency lighting.
Bull-eye lamps in engine room
Deck equipment

Anchor winch
Lighthouse 1501 DWG electric capstan model. Ohio electric motor.
Controlled by remote control.
One galvanised plow anchors stowed on anchor roller and galvanised anchor chain, stowed in chain locker.
Two horizontal on electric anchor winch, remote controlled.
Covers & cushions
Sprayhood For cockpit
Tarpaulins For skylight and deck gear.
Winter cover All over entire yacht including frame.
Aft deck enclosure. For main sail
Sail cover
Fenders 4 x
Reefing and furling system Harken
Sail plan

Aluminium main mast with 2 spreaders.
Aluminium spi boom.
Stainless steel Ø 8 mm.
Synthetic rope work 15 mm, all cockpit controlled.
Synthetic rope 20 mm.
Modern type, Harken.
Material: Stainless steel
Stainless steel custom made
Deck gear
Stainless steel custom made
Halyards 5 x 42-46 manual, Harken, 2 speed, self-tailing stainless steel.
Genoa 2 x 74-2 manual, Harken, 2 speed, self-tailing stainless steel.
Spi 2 x 66-2 manual, Harken, 2 speed , self-tailing stainless steel.
Traveller 2 x 16, manual, Harken, 1 speed, self-tailing, stainless steel
Halyards 5 x 42-46 manual, Harken, 2 speed, self-tailing stainless steel.
Main sail, Genoa I, Genua II, Genua III, Genoa, Spinnaker I, II, Headsails See pdf brochure for details

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