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Our Yachts are  some of the Best Equipped Sail Training Vessels in South Africa.

“34º South” – Farr 38

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34° South
FARR 38 (11.6)

Hull Type: Fin w/spade rudder

Rig Type: Fractional Sloop
LOA: 38.25′ / 11.66m

LWL: 31.17′ / 9.50m
Beam: 12.00′ / 3.66m
Draft 1.8m
Displacement: 4.9t.
Designer: Bruce Farr
Construction: GRP

Bal. type: lead keel
Engine Vetus Mitsubshi 27hp Diesel

TANKS
Water:  397 ltrs.

Fuel: / 64 ltrs.

RIG AND SAIL PARTICULARS

SA(Fore.): 286.60 ft2 / 26.62 m2 SA(Main): 402.48 ft2 / 37.39 m2
Sail Area (100% fore+main triangles): 689.08 ft2 / 64.02 m2
Sail Area/Disp.2: 22.93 Est. Forestay Length.: 45.02′ / 13.72m

DESIGNER
Bruce Farr

“Hocus Pocus” – Farr 38

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Hocus Pocus
FARR 38 (11.6)
Hull Type: Fin w/spade rudder
Rig Type: Fractional Sloop
LOA: 38.25′ / 11.66m
LWL: 31.17′ / 9.50m
Beam: 12.00′ / 3.66m
Draft 1.8m
Displacement: 4.5t.
Designer: Bruce Farr
Construction: GRP

Bal. type: lead keel
Engine Yanmar3GM30 24hp Diesel

TANKS
Water:  397 ltrs.
Fuel: / 45 ltrs.

RIG AND SAIL PARTICULARS

SA(Fore.): 286.60 ft2 / 26.62 m2 SA(Main): 402.48 ft2 / 37.39 m2
Sail Area (100% fore+main triangles): 689.08 ft2 / 64.02 m2
Sail Area/Disp.2: 22.93 Est. Forestay Length.: 45.02′ / 13.72m

DESIGNER
Bruce Farr

“Donna Mia” – Oyster Lightwave 395

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Name                           Donna MIA

Model                          Oyster Lightwave 395′

Beam                            3.36m
Draft                             2.7m
Displacement           4.98t

Engine                          Yanmar3gm30 Diesel

Fuel                                90l

Water                            270x2l

Rigging type             Sloop Marconi masthead

Designer

Carl Schumacher

“IKRA”

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Ikra Sunset

Builder : Biot
Naval architect : Dominique PRESLES
Type : Presles 72
Year : 1980

IKRA II is an extremely nice yacht with an excellent pedigree. Her
name has become famous through participating in events such as Les Voiles de Saint Tropez and the Antigua Race Week.

A very seaworthy and strong sailing yacht, IKRA II is more than capable of averaging very good performances and long ocean crossings.

*hull : Aluminium
*deck : Teak

Cabins : 4 Double Guest Cabins, 1 Skipper’s Cabin and 1 double crew cabin in forepeak

Length overall : 21,95 m
Length waterline 16,76 m
Maximum beam 5,18 m
Draft : 3,05 m
Displacement: 45.55 tonnes
Keel : Encapsulated Lead
Spars : Aluminium
Standing rigging : Stainless steel
Running rigging : Spectra
Sails : Yankee, Staysail, Main, Mizzen, Spinnaker, Asymetrical
Storm Jib, Mizzen Staysail
Windlass : Lowfrans Titan
Engine : IVECO A10FA (2004)
*Range : +/- 1000 n/miles
Generator Northern Lights 7kw L2200 50hz
Batteries 50amp (Gen Start) 2x50amp (12v) in series 24v Engine start
Fuel : 950 litres (2 x 475 litre tanks)
Water : 750 litres (1 x 450 litres & 1x 300 litres
Boiler : 80 litres with either engine heat or electric heat.
Water maker : Seafresh 2200 50 – 70 litres /hour
Refrigerator : Danfoss 24v aircooled & Grunnert ¾ hp 24v
Deep freezer : Grunnert 1hp 24v water cooled

Electronic *instruments : Raymarine
*sounder : Raymarine
*self steering : Raymarine 53 with 2 controllers
*AIS Classe A : Monitoring only

*SSV radio : SSV – ICOMK – M710 SSB Transceiver
*VHF radio : Raymarine relaid to Cockpit
*meteo : Seatty on PC connected to raymarine SSB
*GPS : E80 plus Raythorn RN 300
*chart plotter : Raymarine E 80 + PC
*Epirb : ACR Electronics 400Mhz

The navigation equipment includes:

RADAR: Radar is an object-detection system which uses radio waves to determine the range, altitude, direction and speed of objects.

MARPA: Mini-automatic Radar Plotting Aid is a Radar feature for target tracking and collision avoidance.

AIS: The Automatic Identification System is a system used for identifying and locating vessels by electronically exchanging data with other nearby ships and AIS Base stations.
AIS information supplements the Marine Radar.

GPS: The Global Positioning System is a space-based satellite navigation system that provides location and time information in all weather, anywhere on or near the Earth.

Chartplotter: A Chartplotter is a device that integrates GPS data with an electronic navigational chart. The chartplotter displays the Chart along with the position, heading and speed of the ship, as well as additional information from Radar and AIS.

Our Safety Equipment includes Liferafts, Drogues and Sea Anchors in addition to the RYA and SAMSA prescribed safety equipment.

“Our primary consideration is safety”

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