2005 Fairlie Yachts 59'

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Niebla is the result of the fusion between the elegance and the comfort of a classic hull and the performance given by a latest generation rig and sails, that allows you to sail safely, with a reduced crew or with no crew, as she was designed to be single handled. Her hull was built with cold moulded wood and epoxy resin, her frames and deck beams were laminated as one only piece, giving her a structural strength beyond the requirements of the loads that she has to withstand and with the 50% of her displacement in the led keel, together with a carbon fiber rig give her an optimal upright momentum that allows you to trim the sails to give her owner an unprecedented enjoyment with the sailing experience on board this boat. Niebla is perfectly equipped for cruising and sailing even with short crew.
EURO 1.650.000,00
18248
Reference 18248
Builder Fairlie Restorations
Year 2005
Type Fairlie 59'
Design Paul Spooner
L.o.d.
L.o.a. 17.98 m
Beam 3.80 m
Draft 2.70 m
Accommodation The interior layout on board of Niebla is a large cabin aft with a double berth and single berth and a single cabin up forward of the galley, just forward of the very open and airy saloon. All the joinery is made from European walnut. Please see the general arrangement plan enclosed the gallery.
Engine Vetus-Deutz, DT4-29, 83 hp diesel engine with 3 blade propeller direct drive
Flag Jersey
Location Spain
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