Conrad 115

Discussion in 'Motorsailers' started by schakel, May 14, 2013.

  1. schakel
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    schakel environmental project Msc

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  2. michael pierzga
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    michael pierzga Senior Member

    Looks like a motorsailor to me.

    Those windows in the topsides will be vulnerable and high maintenance.

    The reverse transom wastes space.

    Nested anchors are troublesome on small Mega yachts.

    Handling a tender off the foredeck is a pain in the butt.

    Wheelhouse visibility will be poor for watchstanders

    The high bulwarks and overhanging cabin sides will make a comfy cruiser.

    The yacht reminds me of the 34 meter "Conny Fever" built by Yachtwerf Jongert in Medemblik about 20 years ago

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  3. schakel
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    schakel environmental project Msc

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    michael pierzga Senior Member

    I know that Jongert. Fantastic boat. Very user friendly. The design is refined for operation by a small crew . high build quality. It will be around for many years.
     

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    This is one of my favourites - the 90' JFA Hortense...
     

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