Four wheel drive of the ocean
ABOUT THE BOAT
|Year Launched Approx||1990|
|Manufacturer / Design||Alubat Ovni|
|LOA approx||12.98 m|
|Beam approx||4.3 m|
|Hull Construction Material||Alloy|
|Exterior Colour||Silver Metallic|
|Engine Name||Yanmar 4JH2E - 50hp|
|Max Speed approx||5 Knots|
|Cruising Speed approx||4 Knots|
|Fuel Capacity approx||240 Litres|
|Water Capacity approx||300 Litres|
|Sails||Furling Genoa + Main, Trekker inner foresail, Staysail, Symmetric spinnaker|
|Berth||6 + 2|
Hot Water System
Alubat Ovni 43 - Ovni's are known as the four-wheel drives of the sailing world. Their strong alloy hulls and lifting keels (1.1m draft when centre board is up) mean they are able to sail virtually anywhere and in comfort as well.
Barbarossa has a large scoop at the stern that is great for swimming and fishing. From there you move into a good-sized cockpit with lounging chairs either side and a shower for washing off when finished swimming. The area is covered by a radar arch that carries the solar panels, dingy davits and Bimini. The mainsheet is located on the cabin top which keeps the cockpit relatively free of clutter. Her decks are expansive allowing good sunbathing space.
Her bright and airy saloon has a u-shape settee in the main saloon with the large galley opposite. This allows you to move forward without interfering with those seated at the saloon. The nav station is in front of the galley with further forward 2 double cabins and toilet. Aft there are port and starboard double cabins and another small storage area.
She has recently upgraded a comprehensive electronic package including B&G instrumentation. Power is supplied via solar panels, wind generator and a Yanmar 50hp diesel motor.
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