WAARSCHIP 24 "ANODYNE"  

Price
AU $7,000
Length
24' 0" - 7.32m
Usage
Leisure, Cruising, Racing
Location
Hobart TAS Need Insurance?
Year
1980
Hull Material
Timber. Marine Ply epoxy-bonded

Price
AU $7,000    Need Insurance?
Description: Waarschip 24 "Anodyne"
Quarter tonner with a huge reputation for performance, presented in very good condition. "Anodyne" has successfully raced Twilights for many years but this exceptionally well set up pocket cruiser has also sailed from Adelaide to Hobart across Bass Strait and has cruised Tasmanian waters. See General Remarks for detailed information.

Great for affordable racing - or if you dream of a "Jack de Crow"-type small boat adventure, this strongly-built vessel will do it. She has been sailed and well maintained by a very experienced owner and has a watertight bulkhead fwd and reinforced chainplates.

Must be sold. Offers welcomed.

Region
Tasmania
Location
Hobart Tas
Reference
6710288
Year
1980
Designer
Akerman and Kremer of Vanderstadt
Builder
Anchor Marine, Melbourne
Length
24' 0" - 7.32m
Beam
2.5m
Draft
1.5m
Displacement
1.5 tonnes (estimated)
Keel / Ballast
Cast iron keel. See General Remarks for full description.
Hull Material
Timber. Marine Ply epoxy-bonded
Deck Material
Plywood
Engine Make
Yamaha
Engine
3hp outboard. Two stroke, water cooled. Modified to draw fuel from external tank in a cockpit locker or alternatively from the tank within the engine. Engine may be stowed in the lazarette hatch, to be mounted on the transom on a slide when required.
Horse Power
3hp
Fuel Type
Petrol
Engine Hours
300 hrs (estimated)
Fuel Consumption
1.9 litre per hr at maximum cruise speed 4 knots (calm conditions)
Fuel
1.4 litre inbuilt tank plus 10 litre external tank
Water
2 x 50 litre fibreglass tanks, removeable
Accommodation
Comfortable accomodation for two or three on weekends trips or similar. Anodyne has had 4 persons on board for 8 days in the Port Davey wilderness area.... All are still friends!
Three berths: 2 quarterberths plus 3rd full length berth available by lifting the port settee base up level with the chart table.

Headroom: 1.4m max increased to 1.6m under 'pop-top' lifting cabin-top section when raised (NB: pop-top can be left in the raised position when sailing).
Galley
Compact galley with stove, sink and manual water pump
Refrigeration
N/A
Stove
2 burner Maxi metho stove
Toilet
Chemical toilet ('porta-loo' type)
Dinghy
N/A
Covers
Mainsail cover with lazyjacks.
Protective cover.
Ground Tackle
Danforth in lazarette hatch to be attached to bow rode and chain when required.
SA 'fishermans' type (pivoting flukes) mounted on the deck at the stern for quick deployment.
Safety Gear
V-sheet
Bilge Pumps
Electric bilge pump (1), 'travelling' (portable) manual bilge pump (1)
Life Jackets
Block type 150N Lifejackets (4), stored above quarterberths.
Fire Protection
Powder type fire extinguisher (1), Fire Blanket (1)
Electrics
Selectable 2 battery system. Two small Gell cell (non-spillable) batteries.
Solar panel on taffrail to keep batteries charged.
Electronics
Depth Sounder Raymarine ST40
Log (speed) VDO Sumlog 2 (analogue)
Chartplotter Navman Tracker5430i (no local chip)
Radio VHF (DSC) Midland Neptune 100
Compass Silva, Bulkhead mounted
Sail Inventory
Mainsail, good condition, fully battened, lazy jacks, 3 reefs.
Four headsails, fair condition, hank-on #1,2&, 3 plus wire luff heavy duty #4 that can be set free flying if required.
Mast / Rigging
Aluminium mast, Factional rig, Single swept-back spreaders, Diamonds, adjustable backstay.
Age of standing rigging- approx 13 years old.
Deck Gear
Lewmar sheet winches (2), Meissner halyard winches (2)
Remarks
Anodyne is the 33rd and last Waarschip 24 built in Australia, professionally built by Anchor Marine in Melbourne around 1980. Manufacturers Waarschip were originally based in the dutch town of Le Waar (hence the name).
A very successful Dutch designed quarter tonner from Vanderstadt designers Akkerman and Kremer in the 1960's, she's a testimony to the sea-worthiness of north sea capable Dutch designed yachts. I believe there were over 2,000 Waarschip 24s built in Europe and a Waarschip 24 won the world ocean racing quarter ton cup in the early 1960s.
The lapstrake (clinker plywood) construction with strong longitudinal stringers reinforcing each chine is a Waarschip feature. Waarschip is still in business in Holland, building updated designs featuring the same construction technique.
Anodyne is a good sea boat due to fair lines and exceptional responsiveness to the helm. She has completed several notable trips including Melbourne-Adelaide-Hobart (via west coast) and 8 days in Port Davey with 4 aboard, surviving storm force conditions off Maatsuyker island on the return trip to Hobart. Successful twilight racer, and a delight to sail due to fantastic maneuverability.
Anodyne is modified from the standard Waarschip 24 design with a larger than standard fractional rig, pop-top, forward heads and privacy/safety bulkhead fitted aft of the heads.

Keel/Ballast: Cast iron, tapered out in thickness to be thicker at the tip than the base in order to lower the C of G. Large cast flanges spread the keel loads at the hull interface. Oversize Keel bolts cast into the keel.

SELLER DETAILS
Broker / Dealer
Boat Sales Tasmania
Telephone
Address
Muirs Boat Yard 44 Napoleon St Battery Point
City
Hobart
State
TAS
Country
Australia
Website


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