Contest 43 ‘Altomira’

PRICE €159,000

Boat Make: Contest

Boat Model: 43

Boat Length: 13 m

Engine Power (hp):

Keel Type: Fin keel

Hull Material: Polyester sandwich

The Contest 43 'Altomira' is a very good example of a well-maintained and comfortable cruising yacht. Designed by Dick Zaal she combines sailing performance and convenient on-board living. Her handcrafted teak interior with spacious owners cabin and refined saloon makes her a yacht very suitable for longterm coastal cruising. Currently berthed at the Adriatic coast she is equipped for sailing the southern European coastal waters. Feel warmly invited to contact us for more information or a visit. Please note that this brochure is preliminary.

Hull shape: Roundbilged hull in GRP-sandwich
Rudder: Rudder in skeg
Steering system: Wheel steering
Displacement: Approx. 12.900 Kg
Ballast: Approx. 5.780 Kg
Vertical clearance: Approx. 19 m
Hull number: 004
Material, colours: Classic handcrafted teak interior
Curtains: Light green upholstery with creme curtains
Cabins: 1 spacious aft (owners') cabin, 1 front cabin with double bed
Berths: 4 + 2 in saloon
Headroom: Approx. 1.95 m
Cooker & fuel: Techimpex 3-burner stove with oven
Engine, electrics, water
Power: 100 HP
Year: 1990
Fuel tanks: 350 ltr stainless steel
Cooling system: Indirect cooling
Propulsion: Stainless steel propeller shaft
Dynamo: 12V/135A
Water system: Electric water pressure system
Water tank & material: 750 ltr stainless steel
Water tank gauge: Yes
Fuel tank gauge: Yes
Rig and sails
Sailplan type: Sloop-cutter-rigged
Spars, stays: Aluminium mast and boom
Winches: 4x manual selftailing winches in cockpit, 1x manual winch on mast
Genoa: Furling genoa
Swimming ladder: Stainless steel bathing ladder with teak steps
Swimming platform: Bathing platform in stainless steel covered with teak
Sea rails, pushpit, pullpit: Outboard bracket on push pit
Davits: Stainless steel davits with manual winch
Other: Folding gangway
Gas bottle locker with drain: Yes

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