• Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
  • Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo
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Bengt Romell 20m Traditional Swedish Woo

  • EUR 160 000:-inkl. moms
  • ca SEK 1 623 000:-
  • 19,88 m x 4,21 mlängd x bredd
  • 2,30 mdjupgående
  • 30 000 kgundanträngning
  • 8 hytterantal hytter
  • 14 kojerantal kojer
  • Volvo TAMD 60 200hpmotor
  • Dieselbränsle
  • 350 lbränsletank
  • 2000 hmotortimmar

Besiktningsort

Horvik


Anmärkningar

Launched in 2010, VILJA is a classically-styled ketch-cutter constructed from locally and sustainably sourced Larch and Douglas Fir.

FURTHER BROKER?S COMMENTS:

Simply stunning Swedish traditional ketch built in 2010 in locally and sustainably sourced Larch and Douglas Fir. VILJA benefits from an easily managed ketch/cutter rig with self-tacking staysail and self-tailing winches for main halyards and checkstays. Below decks VILJA features an absolutely beautiful hand-crafted Elm interior with a versatile interior layout affording up to 14 berths outside of the saloon. Her specification highlights include:-
Larch hull with Douglas fir franes
Larch deck
Elm interior
Lead encapsulated keel
Ketch rig with white painted spars
Furlers for genoa and staysail
Self-tacking staysail
Lewmar deck gear
Volvo TAMD 60 200hp engine
Battery charger and Inverter
Ipad plotting
AIS
Autopilot
Stern anchoring system
Gennaker

OWNER?S COMMENTS:

The VILJA project started on 23 November 2003 when a group of people gathered in Norra Strö to discuss whether there was interest in building a boat together. It was agreed to build a sailboat that could fulfil the wishes of the group and individuals as much as possible, so together we decided that we would jointly be responsible for design and construction. Several of the group members considered that the internal spaces and comfort onboard should be given priority and that it was essential that relatively many could stay on board at the same time. Based on the wishes, a half model was made for a boat that was just over 19 m long and 4.2 m wide.

Bengt Romell, who runs Snickeriverkstan in Killebro (formerly the company Bengts Båtbyggeri) was appointed to coordinate the work. Bengt was born in 1960 just south of Gothenburg and has been sailing since he was a child. He has extensive experience of renovating wooden boats but has also built a number of boats in both wood and GRP.

The construction was financed by the co-owners investing money and their own working hours. In the spring of 2004, the co-owner group had grown to 27 people. Above all, there were now, within the group, people with competence knowledge and resources in several areas:
Machining and tools belonging to Kullaberg flooring, a company that manufactures solid wood floors, primarily of oak, were used for sawing and timber handling. The logs of oak, larch, douglas fir and elm, which were bought from local forest owners in the area, could be transported here.
Woodworking and wood crafts were carried out with Snickeriverksta?n in Killebro?s machines. The land was also borrowed here where the boat could be built.
All stainless steel work such as tanks, fittings, bolts etc. mm. was carried out by Thomas Henningsen who was employed at Hansén's workshops, a company that worked a lot to manufacture stainless steel products e.g. Tetra Pak, Stora Enso, Flygt and various dairies.
Mast and rig were assembled from parts such as Trinidad Rigging, provided us with, however, all stays and won were new. Calculations regarding strength and construction were made by Selden Mast AB. Jonas Romell from Trinidad Rigging made sure that everything was mounted correctly when the boat was rigged in Åhus.
Mainsail and front jib have been sewn by Tuss Sails.

VILJA was launched in 2010 and has since sailed in the Swedish archipelago, sometimes on the west coast and sometimes on the east coast. Her hull shape provides a smooth and comfortable ride even in rougher seas and her large sail area provides relatively good speed even in lighter winds. She is now being sold to make room for new projects.


SPECIFICATION
CONSTRUCTION

RCD Status:
It is our understanding that the vessel is exempt from the requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) as she is of full home construction and has been in use by her owner for more than five years.

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Hull: Larch
Frame: Douglas fir
Deck: Larch with oak trimmings
Interior: Elm
Fittings, screws, bolts and other metal constructions in acid-resistant stainless
Topsides painted white

Keel & Rudder:
Encapsulated full length keel with lead ballast
Hydraulic steering

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:
Volvo Penta TAMD 60 6-cylinders diesel, 200 HP ? pre-owned unit installed 2019
Reduction gearbox
Shaft drives
Fresh water cooling
Single lever gear/throttle control

Maintenance & Performance:
Engine hours: Understood to be approx 2,000 at time of fitment in 2019
Last date of engine service: April 2019
Cruising speed under engine ? approx. 6 knots
Maximum speed under engine ? approx. 8 knots

Propulsion & Steering:
Wheel steering with wood wheel

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:
12vDC domestic system with 220vAC via shorepower or inverter

Battery Banks:
2x 12vDC engine start batteries
6x 110Ah batteries
Nasa Marine BM-1 battery monitor

Charging / Inverter:
12vDC automatic battery charger
220vAC inverter
Victron digital multi control for charger and inverter

Alternators:
12vDC engine mounted alternator

Shore Power:
220vAC shore power connection

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

Fresh Water:
Pressurised fresh water system with 12vDC pressure pump
Hot water provided by engine calorifier or 220vAC immersions heater element in 20 litre hot water tank.
Additional water heating via diesel fired saloon stove.

Bilge Pumps:
12vDC electric bilge pumps
Manual bilge pump

TANKAGE

Fuel:
350 litres in 1x stainless steel tank.
Fuel tank gauges

Fresh Water:
1,500 litres in 5x stainless steel tanks
Water tank gauges

Holding Tanks:
110 litre black water holding tank
Grey water discharges to sea
Holding tank gauge

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
Ipad for use as plotter
Class B AIS
Removable steering compass

Communication Equipment:
VHF with DSC

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:
Stainless steel gas stove with 5 burners and oven
12vDC refrigerated coldbox in the galley / 12vDC/220vAC freezer located in the aft cabin
Twin stainless steel sinks with mixer tap

Heads:
12vDC electric head in the main washroom and a manul head in the smaller washroom
Hot & cold pressurised shower

Heating & Ventilation:
Stainless steel diesel-fired stove in saloon ? connected to water system for water heating

Lighting:
12vDC deckhead lighting

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:
Up to 14 berths excluding saloon settee berths
Double berth in forepeak
Double berth aft to starboard with twin bunks to port.
Forward heads with shower aft to port with twin bunks to starboard.
Saloon with U-shaped seating to port and L-shaped settee to starboard
Galley aft of saloon to port.
Aft facing chart table aft of saloon seating to starboard.
Aft heads aft of chart table and adjacent to companionway.
Double berth aft of heads to starboard.
Walkthrough from galley to port with access to further three single berths in aft cabin area.

Accommodation Finish:
Interior joinery hand-crafted Elm wood with extensive use of solid timbers.
Wood soleboards
Wood headlinings
Cloth upholstery

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:
Ketch rigged cutter arrangement with white painted aluminium spars
Keel-stepped masthead-rigged (24m) main mast with three sets of inline spreaders
Cutter stay with checkstays
Deck-stepped (14m) mizzen mast with triatic stay to main mast and two sets of inline spreaders
Manual furlers for genoa and staysail
Self-tacking track for staysail
Genoa tracks
Stainless steel wire standing rigging
Rod vang for mizzen
In-mast furling system for mizzen

Winches:
Polished stainless steel winches
Self-tailing halyard winch at mast base
Self-tailing checkstay winches

Sails:
Dacron 65sqm battened mansail
Dacron 22sqm inmast furling mizzen sail
Dacron 70sqm furling genoa
Dacron 26sqm furling self-tacking staysail
Dacron 200sqm gennaker

General:
Stainless steel wire twin guardwires with stainless steel stanchions
Wood skylight ports on foredeck and aft deck
Bowsprit
Wood raised bulwark
Folding bow ladder

Anchoring & Mooring:
Aft anchoring arrangement with 30kgs Delta anchor
20kgs secondary anchor
Warps and fenders

SAFTEY EQUIPMENT:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Horseshoe buoy
Fire extinguishers


VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS
Lying in Hörvik, Sweden

Available to view strictly by appointment

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 ? 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

Lead broker: Matias Renlund ? Grabau international (Scandinavia)
Tel: +358406861501
Email: ######@grabauinternational.com


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