Mark Cameron Yachts

Linssen 410AC

€230,000


Overview

Available

Lying: Piombino, Italy

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelLinssen 410AC
NameSalty Dog
DesignerLinssen Yachts
Year2005
CategoryPower
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Price€230,000
LyingPiombino, Italy
Reference1680348

Specifications

LOA12.55m
Beam4.2m
Draft1.34m
Displacement16500kg
Hull ConstructionSteel hull. Hard chined, welded construction.
Keel TypeFull keel

Propulsion

EngineDeutz DTA44. 140hp @2500rpm. 4 cylinder naturally aspired, indirectly cooled.
Engine Hours3400
Fueldiesel
Fuel Capacity580l

Accommodation

Drinking Water Capacity500l

Description

A single-engine version, of the Grand Sturdy 410AC from the Linseen Yachts SALTY DOG benefits from an extensive inventory including many factory fitted extras and a comprehensive set of spares. Commissioned by the current owner she was fitted out to his exacting requirements, optimised for long-range cruising in Mediterranean waters. SALTY DOG is a unique opportunity to purchase a very well appointed example of this highly regarded Dutch designed and built motor yacht; ready to go cruising in the Med or further afield.
SALTY DOG was specified by the owner with more than € 80.000,00 of optional installed by the factory.
Her specification highlights include:-
Large Delta Anchor with 10mm 100m chain
Hydraulic Vetus vertical axis windlass
Larger 10mm windows instead of 4mm
Single column adjustable saloon table
Gas strut assisted access for engine room
ESY system fuel treatment
Second 12vDC bilge pump
Third 1HP 220 vDC bilge pump
Spare propeller and shaft
Holding tank level monitor
Larger 55 litres 12vDC freezer
Larger Miele 220 vDC 155 litres fridge, total 260 litres fridge including the box in cockpit
20hp outboard engine with 4-blade propeller and extra tank (can be used as spare engine)
Washing machine
Watermaker
Generator 7Kw
Inverter
Double Deck Snorkel for diving and underwater jobs
MOB virtual lifeline
Bow mounted boarding ladder
Davits - 220kg lifting capacity.
Retractable LCD TV in saloon
Fishing equipment
Tools kit and electrics
New deck and hull paint – 2009
Huge list of spare parts

PRESS REVIEWS:

“A Dutch steel boat with real long-distance cruising pedigree

Steel boats are all about laid-back extended cruising and this Linssen is one of the best of its kind.
The 410 has a spacious master cabin aft, a large saloon, lowered galley and dinette forward, with either the option of a twin-bunked guest cabin or a second seating area forward if you value comfort over entertaining guests.
The helm is up on the aft deck, which is protected by a divided canvas canopy that can cover just the helm, or the whole area.
The cherry finish down below exudes warmth, while substantial handrails and plenty of fiddled edges provide some classic Linssen practicality.
Verdict - Another capable inland and coastal steel boat from this Dutch master”

Motor Boats Monthly – June 2009

OWNER’S COMMENTS:
“In 2004 I was entertaining an American friend, boat fanatic and bored about Tuscan countryside, so I took him to the Genoa Boat Show. When, by pure accident, I spotted a Linssen boat at the Show, the last thing that crossed my mind was “what a great canal boat…” what I really saw was a sturdy Steel boat, single engine, beautifully built. Something clicked inside me. When on board I sat in the protected cockpit imagining to be at the sea, stepping inside I was struck by the quality of the woodwork, no plastic insight, in the engine room everything was in the right place and a lot of care and experience went into the electric panels, well designed and accessible. First I thought: “these people knows a thing or two about building boats!” then I thought: “this would be the perfect boat for a pensioner plus a crew of one to go back to sea for extended cruises in the Med and have fun”.

As a matter of fact we were already considering a safe, comfortable, easy to handle, marine boat. We fell in love with the American Trawler concept; we actually had already arranged a visit in Newport for a sea trial on a Nordhavn. We were do leave the following morning. I had just switched on the TV when my wife told me “stop watching disaster movies and pack you bag”. It was September 11, 2001. We are not really superstitious but the Nordhavn project was shelved for good.
In June Salty Dog enters in our lives, delivered to Port Napoleon. I was taking a really big gamble, all the money spent for customizing the boat without knowing my wife’s reaction to cruising, let alone cruising for months.
So far in eleven seasons, we’ve done 21,900 miles, we have detailed logbooks of the last 10 seasons and many thousands of pictures we have enough material for a book. Margret wrote a long article published in Serious Pleasure in October 2007 and May 2008 with a few nice pictures, that gives a good idea on how life in the Med could be.
Are Linseen boats suitable for seagoing?
Yes, not only they are suitable but also they are probably the best choice for extended Med cruising providing some “adjustments” are made in specific areas.
The Mediterranean is our playground, we like to enjoy our meals in the open air with a bottle of wine on the table while underway, we want to get in and out of the warm waters several times a day and enjoy the sunset with some good music in our large cockpit when at anchor and discover new places on the way.
Whenever we go we attract a lot of attention and admiration, our boats always stands out from the entire usual white plastic crowd.
We like a safe boat and steel is the answer. We like a quiet boat and insulation on our boat is the best I ever experienced, only a few weeks ago while approaching the refuelling station in Maddalena (Sardinia) the guy asked us whether we had an electric engine. We like low running costs and diesel consumption in our boat is ridiculous”.
At the same time we want a boat that can handle bad weather. The shape of the Grand Sturdy, with her look of a “Nordic Tug Boat” gives a lot of confidence to us Med’s people, used to light fast but flimsy boats!
Displacement boat means 7.5/8 knots, not enough to run away form a sudden storm, or from a change in weather during a long passage, if it comes you’ve got to be prepared.
Our boat can handle F.8 from astern, F.6 sideways, F.7 on the nose. From astern leaving the autopilot in charge, sideways holding tight, on the nose reducing speed to 5 knots.
In a nutshell we bought Salty Dog for sea cruises only and proved her to be perfect for the job, it was one of the best decisions in my life, I enjoyed going to sea more then ever before, we use our boat “only” once a year for up to three months, two days after out return the boat goes to dry storage until a couple of days before the next cruise, this solution assures the best possible “conservation” of our precious boat maintaining her in like new conditions.”


CONSTRUCTION

RCD Status:

• The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) – Cat. B.
Hull Construction:
Steel construction
longitudinal and transverse connections on the bottom (web frames, frames, bulkheads and stringers), which – made possible by CAD/CAM and CNC plasma cutting – go half in/over each other at the crossing points (known as “notching”). This makes the construction really sturdy and coating-friendly, i.e. it has good anti-corrosion properties
Teak lead deck
Blue hull paint – new 2009
Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Steel construction
Off-white paint – new 2009
Teak laid side decks and cockpit
Rudder:
Single steel rudder

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:

Deutz DTA44 4 cylinder naturally aspirated, providing 140hp @2500rpm
Freshwater cooling system via raw water intake and heat exchangers
Shaft drive gearbox
Service & Maintenance:
Engine hours – approx. 3,400 as of July 2018
Date of last engine service – June 2018
Consumption is 8,6 litres/hour with the generator running
Propulsion & Steering:
Hydraulic steering system with interior and exterior cockpit
4-bladed bronze propeller
Hydraulic bow thruster

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:

12vDC primary domestic system with 12vDC starting circuit and 220v AC via shore power, inverter or generator
Battery Banks:
4x 6vDC services battery bank in parallel for 12vDC
1x 12vDC engine start battery
1x 12vDC generator start battery
Charging / Inverter:
Inverter Mastervolt Mass sine 12/2000
Automatic Mastervolt Battery charger
Generator:
Onan MDKAV 7kw
Generator hours – approx. 672 as of July 2018
Date of last generator service – June 2018
Alternators:
Engine mounted alternator 12 Volt - 120 Amps + new spare alternator
Other Electrical:
12vDC outlets
220vAC outlets

PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

Fresh Water:

Water is pressurised by 12vDC high-pressure pump system
Hot & cold freshwater pressurised water supply throughout
Hot water boiler tank via engine-driven calorifier or via 220v immersion heater element.
Bilge Pumps:
12vDC electric bilge pump with alarm in the cockpit
Manual bilge pump
Watermaker:
220vAC reverse osmosis watermaker
Bilge Pumps:
12vDC bilge pump
Second 12vDC bilge pump
Third 1HP 220vAC bilge pump

TANKAGE

Fuel:

580 litres fuel tank capacity in 2x stainless steel tanks
Fresh Water:
500 litres water tank capacity – new steel tank 2017
Holding Tanks:
Black water tanks with dynamic discharge

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

In Cockpit:

Raymarine ST60 tri-data
Raymarine ST60 wind station
Raymarine autopilot
At Chart Table:
Raymarine 4Kw radar
Raymarine chartplotter
Raymarine ST60 tri-data
Raymarine ST60 wind station
Raymarine autopilot
Raymarine ST60 Compass
Communications Equipment:
Icom M21 VHF
Satellite phone

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:

4-burner 220vAC electric hob
Corian worktop in galley
Microwave combination oven
Sink with hot & cold water supply
Miele front opening 155 litres fridge + 55 litres freezer + ICE box in the cockpit
Heads:
Electric vacuum flush freshwater heads in all heads
Sinks and showers with hot & cold water supply
Heating & Ventilation:
Hot water radiators in every cabins/heads and saloon
Entertainment:
Retractable LCD smart TV in saloon
Blueray DVD player
TV antenna with twin decoder
Stereo with outside speakers

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

Owner’s cabin aft with centreline double berth and separate heads and shows. Guest cabin forward with twin bunks and ensuite heads. Galley forward with dinette opposite. Main saloon in raised central area set to starboard with lower helm to port.
Accommodation Finish:
Deckhead lining in Classic Design
Interior finished in cherry wood

DECK EQUIPMENT

General:

Stainless steel pulpit, pushpits and guardrail
Teak slatted bathing platform with rubber protective boot
Rope rubbing strake
Steel dodger for aft cockpit area
Antenna mast on foredeck
Cockpit table
Davits
Bathing ladder
Side boarding gates
Bow ladder arrangement
Anchoring & Mooring:
Delta Anchor with 10mm 100m chain
Fortress 55 spare anchor with 100m 18mm nylon rope
Little stern anchor
Stern gangway
Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
Sprayhood
Bimini top
External cushion - 2017
Tender & Outboard:
Centre console LOMAC dinghy
20hp Honda outboard engine
Diving and others Equipment:
Fishing equipment
Double Deck Snorkel for diving and underwater jobs

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.
Life saving:
ISO 9560 6 px life-saving rib
12x lifebelts
Buoy lifejacket

DISCLAIMER
In this case we are acting as brokers only. The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation , the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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