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Imperial International Yacht Brokers - Imperial Dorset
+44 (0) 7904 613925
Urraca is an exceptional ex expedition ship that with a little TLC could be an absolute showstopper! Originally built as an Archaeology Expedition Ship by W.A. Souter and Sons, she then went on to be purchased by the US Government where she went under the US Coastguard Government Registration and was classified as no limits at that time. Now back in private ownership, Urraca has undergone numerous upgrades but still leaving enough room for the new buyers to add their own personal touches and continue perfecting her, with most of the required equipment already on board waiting to be fitted.
Urraca not only boasts a king size main cabin with ensuite, but also provides 4 double ensuite cabins and a further 2 double crew cabins. With all heads vacuum powered, ease of living when on board Urraca could easily feel like a home from home.
The galley provides plenty of storage space in its walk in pantry, 4 fridges in total and a new stove. Perfect for hosting or long distance adventures. Simply stock up and see where the tide takes you.
Urraca is fitted with a Caterpillar 3414 diesel main engine, providing 670hp. The 22000L fuel tank has recently had a thorough clean through. There is over 20000L of fuel on board rmaking her ready to take you on your first adventure together!
- 2x cat 3304 55kw gensets
-Servo gear vp prop with new blades on board to be fitted
- Westmar 40hp bow thruster
- 6x almost new storage batteries
- 2x engine start batteries (less than 8 weeks old)
- 4x new Solar Panels
-Vosper Thornycroft 6 stabilizers (will need attention or replacing)
There are numerous different instruments on board including but not restricted to the following:
-AIS Furuno 150
-2x Raymarine W14 and E14
- ICOM SSB and ICOM VHF
- Raymarine Sounder
-2 station steering
Being built for long distance expeditions, Urraca has been fitted with a fiberglass hull and an alloy wheelhouse with top grade teak flowing through the internal spaces of the boat.
Some areas of the woodwork do require a small amount of attention, but no structural damage. There is opportunity to put your own personal stamp on the boat through painting and cosmetics without the need to rip out and start again. The stern seal would need replacing.