HISTORY & DESCRIPTION:
A converted traditional Spanish trading ketch built in 1935 by Pedro Comas of Palma Majorca. Extensively re-fitted in 1974 and 2006 to provide a comfortable cruising yacht / liveaboard.
In 1951 ‘Tamoa ‘ was featured in the cinema film ‘Pandora and the Flying Dutchman’ starring Eva Gardner and James Mason, with archive photographs available of the film-stars aboard.
Carvel 1.5 inch thick pine planked hull on oak frames, teak laid deck, varnished superstructure. Long lead ballast 7 ton keel, cutter bow, full bilges and elliptical counter stern.
Traditional accommodation with varnished joinery dating from the recent re-fits.
Two double cabins with hanging lockers.
Galley with sink unit, hob and oven, fridge/freezer, washing machine, water heater.
Saloon with settees / occasional berths.
Engine Room housing the 160hp Sole SFN diesel fitted new in 2000. Hydraulic gearbox. 450 litres fuel capacity. 12 / 220 volts AC electrics throughout. Pressurised water system.
Anchor and chain, GPS, Compass, electric and manual bilge pumps, electric windlass.
Oregan pine masts and spars. Staysail, Jib, Mizzen and main sails.
A traditional converted Spanish Trading Ketch of great character and appeal with an interesting history. Currently berthed in the cosmopolitan City of Barcelona but an able cruising liveaboard ideal for exploring the Mediterranean.
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