Enavigo Cutter

Rent a sailing yacht Mali Losinj, Croatia

Beautiful, safe and reliable wooden sailing yacht for rent situated in Mali Lošinj, Croatia. Available throughout the whole year! Suitable up to 8 people (including the skipper), or if sleeping on the boat – 5 people (including the skipper).

Boat specification

Enavigo Cutter

Designer: Tony Gondola

Length overall
13,25 m
Hull length
9,99 m
Bmax
3,50 m
Displacement
8,60 t
Keel
3,5 t
Draft
1,60 m
Waterline Length
9,02 m
Water
700 l
Fuel
300 l
Power
Yanmar 3JH4E 39 hp
Speed under power
7,1 knots
Cruising range
520 n/m

Sails

Main sail
31.4 m2
Genoa (furling)
40,8 m2
Stay sail
13,0 m2
Gennaker
117,6 m2

The Enavigo Cutterís design is based on English work boats: itís the logical conclusion of a number of well-known and seaworthy designs, and capable of weathering even the toughest of seas. Its heavy build, powerful engine and sail size endow it with an extra strength that make it a pleasure to sail, for the most nervous and most intrepid of crews. The Enavigo Cutter will take you anywhere you set your horizon.

The Enavigo Cutterís long keel acts as the backbone of the boat, giving it the extra strength and directional stability that is vital for withstanding extreme sea conditions. This design allows for easy navigation and an outstandingly comfortable journey by keeping the yacht straight and therefore stable on waves. A long keel is also more efficient in tidal conditions, as its weight, carried longitudinally, allows for a shallower draft. In the open ocean, long keels will gently ride up a semi-submerged container as there is no fin keel to be snapped off.

The Enavigo Cutter comes well stocked with large water and fuel tanks that provide more than enough water and energy for the entire family. The hull also derives extra strength from these water tanks that are discreetly integrated in its construction.

The cabin design offers plenty of space (unusual for a yacht of only 33 feet) and the standing height throughout produces enough light and fresh air to make staying aboard very comfortable.

Hull maintenance is also trouble free and easier than with a traditionally made wooden boat. Unlike traditional wooden boats there is no fear of rotting, unwanted long-term costs or practical maintenance problems. WEST technology gives new life to wooden yachts.

All equipment on our boats is carefully chosen from established producers that are world leaders in quality and reliability.

Tehnical Specifications

Hull Construction

Red cedar planking over male mould, 25mm x 35mm cover, epoxy bonded. Diagonal 2 x 3mm khaya veneer overlay at 45 degrees, epoxy bonded. The hull planking is sheathed with 2 layers of 350gsm glass/epoxy, faired with epoxy fillers and coated with Awlgrip paint system. The inner side, below the water line of the hull is coated with 2 layers 350gsm glass/epoxy. Ballast ñ stainless steel box with lead inside (3.060 kg) ñ secured with 16 bolts (M16). Hull warranty 10 years.

Engine

The standard engine is a Yanmar 3JH4E, marine diesel developing 39 hp/3000 rpm with a KM35A gearbox. The acid-proof propeller shaft swings a 21” bronze propeller, complete with lubrication system. The 300-litre fuel tank is properly vented. A cruising range of approximately 520nm is provided. The engine room is properly vented and has its own lighting. Access to the engine at all sides. Aquadrive (anti-vibration system) installed.

Plumbing

Fresh water capacity of 700 liters is located below the cabin sole and integrated into the structure of the hull with an inspection/clean-out port and deck filler. A pressure water system supplies the galley, heads and cockpit. All tubing is in PVC and rubber. There is a double stainless-steel sink in the galley, and basin and hand-shower in the heads. Galley and heads are both supplied with hot water. Heads: marine pump. A 80-litre septic tank is standard equipment. Two electric bilge pump ñ one automatic bilge pump and one automatic/manual bilge pump rest below the cabin sole. There is one manual bilge pump in the cockpit.

Electrical System

12V circuit 3 acid batteries: 2 x 100Ah for users and 1 x 100Ah for main engine start 2 separate main switches and blocking diode The charging system employs a 12V/80A alternator. Automatic fuses for all appliances. LED lights, neon lights and halogen cabin lights 12V plug on the instrument panel. Electrical system is ready for solar panels and generator upgrade.

Spars and Rigging

Aluminium Selden mast, with internal halyards. Boom equipped with gas vang. steaming light, anchor light and deck light on the mast. Halyard winches: 2 x Andersen 40ST, Genoa winches: 2 x Andersen 52ST. Chainplates are of stainless steel. Harken tracks, mainsheet, blocks and cars. Spinlock clutches, furlex 300S, pelican hook (for cutter stay) ñ terminal.

Height above waterline: 15,1 m

Deck

Teak deck and cockpit, cabin and cockpit sides in natur mahogany, 6 mooring cleats (250mm)
Electric windlass 1,200W (Lofrans Tiger)
Teak or bright mahogany bulwark
Cockpit hot-water shower
Tridata (temp/speed/depth)
Wind display and wind indicator
Compass in cockpit
Bowsprit constructed from laminated solid mahogany
All mahogany elements are coated with one layer of 150gsm glass/epoxy (transparent) and five layers of 2k PU varnish.

Interior

All furniture is constructed of 10mm or 15mm marine plywood (mahogany khaya), bonded and filleted to the hull.

Forward cabin

Headroom 196cm
1 double berth: length 201cm
2 large lockers
2 large lateral shelves
Storages under berths with top access
2 reading halogen lights with switch
4 overhead LED lights with switch
1 large hatch

Aft cabin

Headroom 189cm
1 double berth: length 200cm
1 large hanging locker
3 overhead LED lights with switch
2 reading halogen lights with switch
Access to engine room
1 opening deck port light

Bathroom

Headroom 189cm
Marine toilet (80L septic tank)
Under-sink stowage locker
Electric bilge pump for shower
1 diode and 1 neon overhead lights
1 opening deck-port light
Access to engine room
1 mirror

Saloon

Headroom 189cm
2 large settees with backrests; stowage behind and underneath
Water tanks under cabin sole (700L)
Foldable saloon table with a bar compartment: 113 x 95cm
4 fixed deck-port lights on each side, with curtains
1 large deck hatch in the middle of saloon
Lockers and shelves above backrests along the hull on both sides
6 overhead LED lights with switch
2 overhead neon lights ñ above the salon table
220V, 12V and TV sockets
2 dorade vents

Galley

Headroom 189cm
Ring cooker and oven with safety rail
Double sink
Tap with pressurised hot and cold water system
Refrigerator (100 litres)
Seawater footpump
Lockers and cupboards for appliances, dishes above and under the worktop
1 opening deck port light
1 LED overhead with switch
1 neon light overhead with switch

Navigation station

Headroom 189cm
Chart table 116 x 63cm
Adjustable reading light
Panel for navigation instruments with voltmeter for batteries, fresh water, fuel level indicator and waste water indicator
220V socket
1 opening deck port light

Additional Equipment

GPS Chart Plotter/Fishfinder Raymarine A57D
VHF IC-M505 with antenna and cabling
Eberspacher Airtronic Heating system 3.5 kW
Autopilot Raymarine S1 Plus Grand Prix
Anchor package: “Spade” anchor 20kg + calibrated chain 50m
Inverter 220V 500W
LCD TV 15″ + mounting accessory
TV antenna
Lazy Jack + Lazy Bag
Sun-awning (simple)
Winter cover
Antifouling
Distress Signals: 4 marine aerial hand-held flares, 4 parachute flares and 3 smoke marker
Remote control for Electric windlass
Fenders (8pcs)
Shore power cable 25m
Mooring ropes O18, 2x12m + 2x20m
Wooden swiming ladder
Boarding ladder – bow
Foldable gangway

Skipper training

The basic principles of sailing and movement of the ship with sails on, the names and purposes of basic equipment, techniques of sailing, experience self-steering (with skipper)

With the basic message about listening to the sea, the wind and the …… silence …… (and perhaps dolphins) – feelings that cannot be experienced in any other means of transport

The sense of freedom that offers the possibility of sailing and traveling without specific targets or time constraints

Offer details

Season:

Throughout the whole year

Max. number of passengers:

8 people (including the skipper), or if sleeping on the boat – 5 people (including the skipper)

In price not included additional costs for:

Hostess / chef
Food and drink on board
Organized lunch at one of the island
Mooring (llovik, Susak, Silba, Olib, Rab)

Remark:

Sailing plan is made before boarding in arrangement with skipper, taking into consideration the weather forecast

Mandatory supplements:

Skipper, boats cleaning, fuel: 130,00 €

Price of charter:

DAILY PRICE (10:00 am – 6:00 pm)

01.01.-31.03.
16.10. – 31.12.

01.04.-17.06.
04.09. – 15.10.

18.06. – 03.09.

350,00 €

400,00 €

450,00 €

History

Previously owned by Hon. Erik Maurice William Robson (20 December 1943), who with his father Sir Lawrence William Robson and mother Inga-Stina Arvidsson, Baroness Robson of Kiddington had a similar sailing boat named Catriona. The old Catriona logbook is still looking fantastic with details from past trips dated from 60′ written in it and kept on Catriona II.

Hon. Erik Maurice William Robson was educated at Eton College, Windsor, Berkshire, England. He graduated from Christ Church, Oxford University, England, with a Master of Arts. He became a Upper Warden of the Painter-Stainers’ Company in 1997. He was invested as a Fellow, Institute of Chartered Accountants (F.C.A.). He lived in 1999 at Kiddington Hall, Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England.

Address

Address

Jamina 16
Mali Lošinj

Phone and Fax

Phone and Fax

Phone: +385 98 887 549
Fax: +385 51 232 755

E-mail

E-mail

All inquiries can be sent by e-mail
info@catriona2.com