Van de Stadt Madeira 44

 
Dimensions
13.5 x 4.20 x 2.00
Building material
Steel
Berthing
Sales marina
Building year
2002
Survey
No
Asking price
€ 179.044

GENERAL

Building year
2002
Dimensions
13.5m x 4.20m x 2.00m
Builder of the hull
Bijsterveld Steenwijk
Building number
NL-DCIMAD01D808
Designer
Van de Stadt
Hullshape
Multi chine hull
Shape of keel
Bulbkeel
Building material
Steel
Displacement
Ca. 17,5 ton
Ballast
Ca. kg
Hull finishing
Yard
Interior finishing
Mahogany
Deck
Teak
Deck-cabins
Steel
Number of cabins
4 (inclusief salon)
Bunks
5
Mast-clearance
Ca. 1.0 meter
Headroom-fore
Ca. 2.10 meter
Headroom saloon
Ca. 2.15 meter
Headroom aft-cabin
Ca. 2.00 meter
Window material
Safety glass
Steering
Wheel
Remarks
* teakdek (2009)
* Stalen opbouw boven kajuitingang (hondehok)

ENGINE

Brand and type
Volvo Penta TMD22P
Building year
2001
Building number
5100.702.483 / 868806
Vermogen
78 pk (57 kW)
Fuel
Diesel
Fuelconsumption
Ca. 0,5 - 5 liter per uur
Transmission
Propellor shaft
Cooling
Indirect
Fueltanks material
Stainless steel
Fuel tanks
App. 800 liters
R.p.m. gauge
+
Hourcounter
-
Oil pressure gauge
Alarm
Temperature gauge
Alarm
Engine hours
App. 500 hour
Propellor
Fixed propeller
Bowprop
Electric
Boegschroef merk
Vetus ?
Remarks
*boegschroef geinstalleerd in 2013

RIGGING

Type of rigging
Cutter
Material of spars
Aluminium
Fittings
Stainless steel
Material stays
Stainless steel
Material of sails
Dacron
Color
White
Mainsail
Stowaway mainsail Hagoort Sails 2019
Other sails
Genoa Hagoort Sails 2019
Jib Quantum Sails 2011
Light weather sails
Assymetrical spinnaker Quantum Sails 2011
Reefing
Rolreef
Spinnaker pole
+
Decksails
Rolfokhoes
Winches
Electrische lieren Lewmar

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

Batteries
5 keer 185 Ah voor boordnet, boegschroef en motor aparte accu's
Tension
12 V
Shore power
220 V
Battery charger
Mastervolt
Generator
NVT
Voltmeter
+
Amperemeter
+
Remarks
Uitgebreid elektrisch schema voorhanden.
Elektrische installatie grotendeels vernieuwd in 2020.
Bevat tevens:
- Omvormer voor 230 V boordnet (2020)
- 2 generatoren op de dieselmotor
- 2 zonnepanelen

NAVIGATION

Compass
Plastimo + reservekompas
Echosounder
Raymarine
Log
Raymarine
Marine radio telephone
(2011)
Radio
+
Autopilot
Raymarine
Radar
Raymarine
Rudder indicator
Raymarine
GPS
+
Weatherfaxreceiver
+
Plotter
Raymarine
AIS
+
Remarks
*Satelliettelefoon Thrane & Thrane Sailor 250 (2010)
*radar inclusief radarplotter (Raymarine) vervangen in 2019

GAZ AND WATER

Material watertanks
Stainless steel
Watertanks
App. 700 liters
Water pressure system
Electric
Hot water system
Boiler
Indoor shower
1
Toilet
1
Holding tank
+, 2 keer 400 l (Toilet en douch
Refridgerator
+
Tankwell
+
Stove
3-flame
Stove fuel
Gaz
Oven
+
Heating
Webasto (defect)
Heating fuel
Diesel
Remarks
*Boiler kan zowel elektrisch als via motor worden verwarmd
*Nespresso koffiemachine

ON DECK

Second rudder control
-
Material pulpit
Stainless steel
Safety railing
Stainless steel
Anchorwinch
Manual
Swimming platform
-
Swimladder
Stainless steel
Anchor
1
Anchorchain
+
Life raft
1
Reddingsvlot gekeurd
1
Remarks
*romp en onderwaterschip gecoat 2020
*reddingsvlot gekeurd 2020
*kuiptafel teak

V.A.T. AND REGISTER

V.A.T.
Demonstrable payed
Registered
yes, Z-cruiser
Survey
No

INTERVIEW WITH SELLER

What’s the reason for selling the yacht?
We have sailed wonderfully in recent years.
We have made beautiful sailing trips. But now,we have entered a new phase of our lives.
We have become grandparents.
After long deliberation we decided that we cannot combine long journeys with the enjoyment of grandchildren. We are going to organize our sailing wishes in a different way.
Where have you been sailing (sailing area)?
This ship is really suitable for long journey's.
The North Sea and The Channel, Bay of Biscay, the North Atlantic Ocean with possibly a crossing to America.
Since when are you the owner of the yacht? How many owners?
We are the second owner since 2009.
Has the yacht been without any accident?
What can you tell about the sailing characteristics?
Perfectday is a fantastic ship to sail.
We made a sailing trip from 2011 to 2013.
Crossed from Scheveningen to Engeleland, from England to Boulongne and Brest in France, from Brest to La Corouna in Spain.
From La Corouna we descended along the Protugese coast to the Azores and the Canary Islands.
In Portugal we had wind force 7/8 for two days. The ship and sails have held up well.
In 2015, we sailed one in Dutch waters, from Medemblik to Friesland and the Wadden Islands of Den Helder.
In light winds the "Fat lady" our Asymmetric spinnaker gave us a push towards Den Helder.
In the meantime, we made short trips across the IJsselmeer from Medemblik. In 2021 we visited the Wadden Islands for the seccond time.
How is the yacht maintained, are there any invoices available concerning the maintenance?
We have gradually rebuilt the ship to our wishes since 2009.
In 2010 we had most of the adjustments made for our sailing trip.
The entire electrical installation, navigation instruments, electric winches and autopilot have been renewed.
The teak deck was laid by Marron Jachtbouw in Medemblik.
New battery sets have been installed.
The toilet and shower and the main cabin have been renovated.
The mattresses and the seating area in the cabin have been renewed by Naptune Nautic Comfort. The storage hut still needs some attention.
The port cabin is equipped as a storage place for long journeys but can be converted into a 2 person cabin.
In 2013 we had a bow thruster installed in Monickendam.
In 2019 we replaced the mast with a furling mast and replaced the mainsail and genoa.
so that the sails can be operated from the cockpit.
In 2019 we had two small windows placed in the dog house.
The cockpit was painted in 2017.
The hull and the underwater hull were painted in 2018-2019.
In 2020, one part of the battery set was replaced.
Was the yacht regularly ashore during winterperiods? Every year?
We have had her on shore regularly for painting maintenance and to spend the winter in a covered shed at De Klerk in Medemblik.
What is the boat name and the (special) meaning of this name?
The boat name is Perfect Day.
After our first sailing trip with our father-in-law, his reaction was, "it was a perfect day". We love to come up with names that refer to a song.
The chorus of Perfect day, written by Lou Reed, fits well with the wonderful experiences we have had with our ship.

"Oh, it's such a perfect day
I'm glad I spent it with you
Oh, such a perfect day
You just keep me hanging on

Just a perfect day
Problems all left alone
Weekenders on our own
It's such fun

Oh, it's such a perfect day
I'm glad I spent it with you
Oh, such a perfect day
You just keep me hanging on".
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