GERMANIA NOVA

2011 - 59.79 m - Factoria Naval Marin - 4 950 000

Overview


GERMANIA NOVA is a replica of the schooner ‘Germania’ launched in 1908. She was built at Factoria Naval de Marin, located in Pontevedra, Galicia, Spain. As opposed to Germania, which did not include a motor or generators or air conditioning, GERMANIA NOVA has been outfitted with these important features for a charter yacht of her kind. In fact GERMANIA NOVA has full charter class under LY2. External decks, and sail plan are impressive.

Under deck she is composed of two main zones (guests and crew). Crew area is all located forward, and houses 10 crew in bunk areas, and two cabins for officers and captain, a crew mess, a laundry and a galley.

Guest area is composed of 5 cabins, including a master cabin and 4 guest cabins. All cabins with ensuite bathroom. One large saloon completes guest area. A bridge area finishes off the guest area, including all necessary radio and navigation equipment.

GERMANIA NOVA combines modern comfort with the high-performance standards of the original GERMANIA. She is back ... and she will rule the waves again !

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Specifications


Builder
Factoria Naval Marin

Model
Class Germanischer Lloyd 100 A5 Sailing Yacht

Built year
2011

Refit year
2019

Length
59.79 m - 196.16 ft

Beam
7.85 m

Draft
5.41 m

Engine
1 X 313KW DEUTZ

Hull material
steel

Category
Sailing Cruiser

Naval architect
Max Oertz

Cabins
5

Cabins description
10 guests in 1 Owner’s stateroom, 4 guest cabins.10 crew in 1 captain’s cabin, 1 chief engineer’s cabin, 3 bunks areas

Cruising guests
10

Price
4 950 000 €

Main features


Very spacious and comfortable accomodation for up to 10 guests in 5 double bed cabins all with unsuited bathrooms.
Crew area up forward in front of the saloon with : galley, crew mess, captain’s cabin, chief engineer’s cabin, bunks area, laundry
Entertainment : 3 x TV (owner’s cabin, salon and crew mess), Bose and Apple TV
GERMANIA NOVA has a large open deck, ideal for sunbathing at anchor or enjoying sailing from the aft cockpit near the helm or the benches of the deckhouse which are protected from the wind and waves


Sailing a large racing schooner is an outstanding experience – GERMANIA NOVA has 1,300 m² to 2,383 m² of sails, set on wooden masts and spars and operated with the help of 16 hydraulic winches. With a moderate breeze the ship is very comfortable and easy to sail, with more wind the ship heels and  starts roaring down the race track.

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