36' Classic Yacht "Carita III"

 Complete restoration between 1996 and 2002


On the 18th of May 2002, after years of hard work, Carita III was re-launched in presence of a piper to emphasize
her Scottish roots and her third owner, who was very impressed by her looks! Some weeks after the re-launch,
she was re-rigged with her new sails. In addition the owners have tested her thoroughly in her 'maiden' trip to France.

She proved to be a very trustworthy and excellent sea ship on which one can stay very comfortably for a longer period of time.
The large double bed in the forepeak is definitely an asset. But the roomy galley and navigation corner also contribute
quite much! Carita can be sailed single handed, but with two she handles like a dream.

Material: wood, ribs: oak and ash, planks: mahogany and pine,
Deck: plywood on pine, cockpit: mahogany and plywood,
Superstructures: mahogany,
Interior: mahogany
Hull sheeted in fiberglass - epoxy
Thickness planks: 26 mm.



   Builder/Designer

Builder: Classic yacht Carita III Designer: James Adam & Sons

   Dimensions

LOA: 36' Beam: 2.96 m. Displacement: 9 ton
Draft: 1.80 m. Bridge Clearance: 16 m. Ballast: 4 ton

   Engine

Engine(s): Bukh Engine HP: 20 hp, 2 cyl. Engine Model: DV 20
Cruising Speed: 5.5 knots

     Tankage

Fuel: 176 L.  Water: 200 L.




Sailing


Entrance


Fore Peak


Before


After


Navigation

photo of  Classic Yacht  Carita III
Quarter berth


Layout


Electricity

  • 12 V.
  • 220 V.
  • converter
  • shore connection.
  • 2 batteries: 1 x 120 Ah and 1 x 60 Ah
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Rigging:

  • Rigging: Bermudan rigged. 3 TNF sails:
  • jib 21 m2,
  • storm jib 6m2,
  • mainsail 38m2 ('02), total 59 m2.
  • Sailing capacities: can be sailed with a minimum of 1 person,
    doesn't need a lot of trimming, holds her course very well.
  • Hull-speed: 8 kn.,
  • Cruising speed under sail: 6 kn.
  • Standing rigging: Stainless steel ('02)
  • Winches: 3 Meissner Brass
  • Mast: Height: 17 m., spruce, massif glued in 2002, keel stemmed.
  • Material spars: Oregon pine

Navigation / safety

  • Navigation:
  • VHF: Simrad RD68 DSC,
  • Compass,
  • NASA depth meter
  • GPS Valsat, type: FX312
  • Navtex: ICS Nav6
  • Safety: Flares
  • 2 Fire extinguishers ('02)
  • Life jackets: no
  • Buoy: no
  • Lifeline: yes
  • No emergency steering.
  • No smoke detector,
  • Gasdetector available.
  • Navigation lights: complete, electric.
  • Pump system: 1 manual, 1 electric
  • Anchorage: 1 stock anchor and 1 C.Q.R. anchor, manual anchor winch, 15 m. chain.
  • No dinghy






The comfort

  • Galley: on portside at entrance.
  • Ca. 3 m2 mahogany worktop with single stainless steel sink.
  • Cardanic 2 flame cooking stove with oven on gas (thermic safety)
  • Gas placed in safe bun aft.
  • Brass gas-tubes with flexible fixings ('02) on stove.
  • Water: cold water through tap and foot pump.
  • Water-tankage: 1 x 200 liter,
  • Danfoss fridge: 35 L.
  • Sanitary: pump toilet, in separate compartment.
  • Heating: oil stove
  • Berths: 1 x 1 pers in quarter berth, 1 x 2 pers., in fore peak, optional in saloon: 1 x 1 pers

Maintenance
Between 1996 and 2002 complete restoration.

Planks and ribs renewed where necessary. Deadwood and keel-bolts etc. replaced.
Hull sheeted in epoxy. New bulwarks and deck and back part of saloon and cockpit renewed.
Mast re-glued, new boom. All sails, standing rigging, nautical equipment, electrical installation, etc. etc. has been newly installed in '02.

Upholstering interior renewed in 2002. Rudder, rudderstock and rudder-trunk and all seals are new in 2002.
All outside stop valves en tubes are new in '02. Last time on slip: 2002
Last maintenance engine: 2002 Engine newly placed and aligned. New tubes, air inlet, control cables, flexible engine mounts, valves etc.

Work to be expected: Toilet seals need to be replaced.
Fixing the knevels in cockpit floor (knevels are available)
Piston rings will have to be renewed within two years.

Other points of notice: In the last couple of years, Carita has been overhauled completely.
Costs never were an object to restore her to her original beauty.

We are looking for a new owner who will keep her in this state and
who will appreciate the history of the ship.



Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

 

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