Germany » LŁbeck
GRP motor sailor MASCOT 910 \ ', built in 1988, dimensions: 9.10 x 2.95 x 1.40 m, built by Mascot Boats in Denmark, designed by Palle Mortensen, GRP superstructure, glass windows, white hull with blue stripes , Long keeler, displacement approx. 4,200 kg, ballast approx. 1,900 kg, fuel tank capacity approx. 160 ltr. (Stainless steel), water tank capacity approx. 160 ltr. (Stainless steel), wheel and drawbar steering.
The Mascot 910 has a spacious cockpit with a folding top and a large folding table as standard, with which you can create an additional salon in seconds, which allows you to expand the accommodation area. The spacious wheelhouse offers maximum protection from the weather. Here the skipper will find all the necessary comfort and will appreciate the fact that the controls can be transferred between the wheelhouse and cockpit. The galley is spacious and, because it is located in the wheelhouse, there is both good visibility and excellent ventilation. Below deck you will find all the comfort that makes life on board a Mascot so special. The spacious salon offers a very pleasant atmosphere. It is fully carpeted and has a fold-out table that allows the use of a double bunk. There is plenty of storage space in the lower cabin cupboards. The headboard is located between the saloon and the front cabin and has a toilet and sink. On the port side there is a wardrobe with railing and shelves. The bunks in the front cabin are long and offer more storage space underneath. When the mascot 910 was built, considered sailing characteristics were most important. With its double spreader rigging and its furling genoa, the Mascot 910 fulfills all expectations that one should expect of a good sailing yacht.