Why brave the Gulf Stream, Georgetown in the Bahamas and the Mona Passage and suffer Florida sales tax, if you can buy our beautiful Keesje II in one of the Caribbean Islands and start sailing here? Our two year cruising project is ending; we are going back to England and are putting her up for sail. She will be based in Jolly Harbour, Antigua but can be delivered or shown any where between Puerto Rico and Trinidad.
Keesje II is in great shape and fully equipped for extensive cruising. Stainless steel, varnish (not Cetol!), and engine are maintained on a regular bas. The engine has 2400 hours on the clock. Everything that “belongs” to the boat is staying on board, with the exemption of the family silver (no joke, we like to travel in style), our personal belongings and the name which has family emotional ties attached to it.
In addition to the standard IP 380 equipment the following is more detailed information on what we have on board:
20 kg Bruce, 150’ chain
20 lb Danforth, 30’ chain, 100’ nylon rode
Lighthouse 1501 12 V windlass
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5’’ Illuminated Ritchie Power damp compass
Raymarine DSC VHF
Raymarine ST 60 Depth, Speed, Wind instruments
Raytheon ST 7000+ autopilot
Nobeltec VNS Max Pro chart plotting software operated on a Vasari custom built mini-pc, with wireless Panasonic CF-08 toughbook repeater at the helm.
Milltech Marine AIS
Skymate for weather forcasts and emails.
All systems fully integrated through a NMEA box and show on screen at pc or at the helm.
Cream leatherette interior cushions (2008) in salon
Yamaha 1000W portable generator(2008)
Zodiac 6 people life raft
Mercury dinghy (2008)
Mercury 4hp 4 stroke outboard(2008)
Pots, pans, china, glasses, toaster, mixer, juicer, ice machine, Hawaiian sling perhaps a bottle of rum
TV screen with DVD player
Sony, radio/CD player
Maxi prop 18’’, spare 18’’ RH11 three blade
Balmar 100 A alternator
Air-conditioning, 16,000 BTU
Xantrex 1800W Inverter
Charles Industries C-charger
2 Kyucera 125 W solar panels
And lots more.
We are the second owner of this IP380. She used to be called Barramundi and was kept for four years on the Great Lakes before moving down to Florida. And by the way we are asking $229,000 for her and will throw in an airline ticket up to $1000 if you buy our boat.