1938 Sheldon Potter Sloop

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81 years old but not tired now. Designed and built in California by the "Westcoast Herreshoff" in 1938 for the then world-famous violinist Jascha Heifetz she now sails classical regattas in the Mediterranean Sea. Serenade is a racing cruiser adapted to the 1938 Transpac race and used as flagship for the Newport Harbour Yacht Club in the 1930s.
EURO 750.000,00
Reference 18243
Builder Wilmington Boat Works
Year 1938
Type Sloop
Design Nicholas Sheldon Potter
L.o.d. 12.20 m
L.o.a. 18.90 m
Beam 4.20 m
Draft 2.55 m
Accommodation Serenade comes with a lot of space to sleep and live. 5 single, 1 double, 1 pilot and 2 pipe berths are available. A spiral staircase leads you down below into a varnished butternut interior with some teak highlights. Mid-ships you`ll find the salon with its original fireplace, mahogany dining table and 2 big settee berth. Further ahead is the galley with water tank, oven, icebox and fridge. In the forepeak there is enough space for sails.
Engine Yanmar 100 ch 4JH3 - HTE
Flag USA
Location Côte d’Azur
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