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Model: ALGRO 53

Call sign: LEID

Flag: Norway

Registry: NOR

MMSI: 258313120

 

Built 2014-16 by:

Algro Yachting, Gdansk, Poland

http://www.algroyachting.com/en/

 

Design:

Dieter Blank Yacht Design, Germany.

http://www.blankyachtdesign.de/

A 53-foot one-off fast bluewater sailing yacht. The essence of 10 years search for the dream yacht!

 

 

 

 

Sail area 144m2

D/LWL 180

SA/D 20

Fuel capacity 560l

Water capacity 660l

Engine 115hp

Material GRP sandwich epoxy

LOA hull 16.07m (52.7ft)

LWL 14.45m

Beam 4.70m

Draft 1.95-2.65m

Air draft 25.4m

Displ. Lightship 19200kg

Ballast 8000kg

 

HULL and DECK

  • Vacuum infused epoxy glassfibre sandwich construction
  • Superstructure and deck completely molded to hull.
  • All bulkheads made of sandwich construction
  • Modern deckhouse design with clean foredeck, no coachroof forward of the deckhouse!
  • Genuine teak deck, 8mm glued.
  • Flush hatches (Lewmar).
  • Carbon bow platform for anchor stowage and gennaker/Code1 attachment.
  • Hull portholes in all cabins.
  • Hull painted in Alexseal Kingston Grey plus clear top layer for superb finish.
  • Twin balanced rudders with superlight and precise Jefa transmission/rod steering.
  • Coppercoat antifouling, lasts ten years!

 

RIG and SAILS

  • Seldén three spreader 13/14 aluminium fractional rig, 1x19 wire standing rigging.
  • Hydraulic in-mast furling and outhaul.
  • Hydraulic backstay tensioner, vang and staysail tensioner (below deck).
  • Antal halyard tracks on mast to avoid large curls of excess mainsail and genua halyards hanging from the mast the whole season (Instead there is just s single fetching line, store in the cockpit rope locker).
  • German main sheet system with double attachment setup. The main sheet track on the coachroof allows a full bimini over the cockpit, a necessity in warmer climates, and it also keeps the sheet away from any guests sitting in the cockpit. The track in cockpit floor forward of the helm stations allowing more active trimming, and would also be used when sailing in heavy weather.
  • Sails in monolithic membrane laminate from Millennium / Bryt Sails:

- 81.4m2 powerful main sail, with five vertical battens mainsail for nice roach.

- 62.5m2 106% furling genua on electric Furlex

- 28.7m2 removable staysail with Facnor halyard lock and Karver KF8 endless line furler.

  • 160m2 Code1 low wind headsail from Doyle Sails Norway, on separate Karver KFS5 endless line furler (ready for top down furled gennaker).
  • Carbon pole for genua to be poled out for downwind sailing (stoved vertically on the mast).
  • Isolated backstay prepared for SSB antenna

 

COCKPIT

  • Twin wheel cockpit, with comfortable helmsman seats.
  • Self-stowing companionway hatch (washboard).
  • Instruments over companionway (Four B&G Tritons).
  • Engine control on steering pedestal for convenient operation in tight docking situations.
  • Generous permanent foldable cockpit table in glossy epoxy varnished teak. Instead of incorporating a freezer in the table, an insulated icebox is made for drinks to keep the table assembly from being too bulky.
  • Pushpit seats
  • Electric Andersen primary and main winches placed within easy reach of the helmsman.
  • Manual Andersen winches for halyards etc. on the coachroof for maximum control.

 

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s/y CHEETAH