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1904 32 (M.) Stow and Son Classic 105

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General Information

Listing# 11442

Price
1 250 000,00 €
Location
Barcelona, Spain
Manufacturer
Stow and Son
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1904
Category
Vintage
Model
Classic 105
Status
Used
Length
32 (M.)
Fuel Type
Diesel

General Details

This beautiful sailing yacht has been rebuild during the winter of 1996. She has a completely rebuild hull, interior layout, deck, masts and helm. The renewed keel (weighing around 33 tons, was attached to the hull by new K-500 alloy bolts (nickel, carbon and copper) which are much stronger than the previous copper bolts. A new rudder was designed with a central opening for the propeller instead of the side opening for the engine transmission shaft. The rudder frame post and blade, are of stainless steel, the blade having been given a teak covering. The finest quality wood was used for the rebuilding of this unique craft. Cuban mahogany for the interiors, corridors, saloon and owner's cabin. Oak for the beams, Oregon pine for the new spars, teak for the deckhouses and deck, and American walnut for the guest cabins. All in all, 24 tons of oak were required, 10 tons of teak, 2.5 tons of mahogany and 1 ton of marine plywood. She was totally rebuilt, save the hull casing, which was conserved thanks to the excellent quality of the original oak. Finally, the vessel was fully restored to its original form.

Additional Equipment

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Builder/Designer

Builder: Stow & son Designer: H.T. Stow

Dimensions

LOA: 32 Beam: 4.50 Displacement: 89
Draft: 2.90 Ballast: 33

Engines

Engine(s): Volvo Engine(s) HP: 238

Tankage

Fuel: 1000 Water: 2000

Accomodation
The original interior layout has been changed besides the master cabin situated astern, with its two elevated bunks, two benches, an office area and exquisitely decorated bathroom.
The entrance deckhouse is in teak and slightly higher than the original. This area houses the chart table and the electronic navigation system. From here, a beautiful stairway, the first indication of the superb woodwork found throughout the vessel's interior, leads into the interior quarters.

To the port side of the saloon a U-shaped settee has been installed with a corner-set mahogany table with room for 6 diners. This area is well lit thanks to a large skylight which highlights the fine wood of the walls, storage areas and impressive library.

The area front of the main mast is reserved for the crew, considerably scaled down in number from the original requirements. This area houses the skipper's cabin, across from which is situated the well-equipped and ample kitchen, next to the crew cabin with its four bunks and bathroom. This area also has a direct exit to the bow deckhouse.

The bow houses two cabins for guests, decorated in American walnut, each with its own bathroom and decorated in keeping with the classic elegance of this yacht
  • cockpit with chart table and navigation equipment panel
  • saloon with table for 6p. and u-shaped sofa's
  • owners cabin plus 2 independent bunks and extra head
  • 2 guest cabins plus 2 independent bunks and extra head
  • captains cabin
  • crews cabin with four bunks and toilet
  • galley

Electronics
A boat dating from 1904 with the technology of 2004 with radar, plotter, GPS and automatic pilot to a central PC type computer, adding the television and radio receiver. For the boat's electronics needs it was decided to use the SW & N program based on Navionics charts. Other systems were then integrated in addition to a scanner and the PC printer (Windows) which was needed for the boat's administrative programs. All this advanced electronic navigation equipment is skilfully played down by bridge furnishings which maintain the original design.

Rigging
Yawl with Spencer Sails