• 29.6 m
  • 1967
  • Athens, Greece
  • 1 500 000 €



This is a true Camper & Nicholsons built sailing yacht to a Laurent Giles design drawing together many years of yacht building excellence with the use of modern technology.  A twin engine ketch, graceful elegant and impressively fast.

LAMADINE is often regarded as a sister ship to the legendary BLUE LEOPARD, although at 97 feet she is a little shorter, she has very similar accommodation and the same thoroughbred performance. She is the winning combination of unique design skill and great yacht building craftsmanship resulted in producing a light displacement vessel unsurpassed in comfort, performance and seaworthiness. 

Few yachts have become established in yachting “folk law” almost from their inception. They represent milestones in their construction, size or performance, but rarely all three; they possess an élan which they retain throughout their lives.

LAMADINE is such a fine pedigree yacht, designed and built originally for the Frye family following in the footsteps of ‘Blue Leopard’ and she is often regarded as a sister ship to her, although at 97 feet she is a little shorter, she has very similar accommodation and the same thoroughbred performance. Designed three years later, LAMADINE provided the opportunity for Jack to capitalise on his earlier experience, to produce a vessel unsurpassed in comfort, performance and seaworthiness. Combine this unique design lineage with the skill and craftsmanship of Camper & Nicholsons at their very best, and one can understand why the yachting press of the day were so flattering in their reviews.

“Lamadine is a motor sailer with an impressive performance under sail or power. This is due to a great extent to the care which has been taken in keeping weight to a minimum” – Yachts & Yachting, June 1967

“Lamadine is a yacht which can be summoned up in the succulent phrase ‘de grand luxe’. …Some British designers and some British yards, when given their head, can between them build a finer yacht that you will see anywhere else in the world.” – Yachtsman, April 1967

Construction is a multi-stringer system over mahogany frames with four layers of laminated mahogany and cedar planking all glued together and tightened by bronze woodscrews and rivets. The floors, mast girders and engine beds are of light alloy. Decks are composite foam sandwich and plywood with internal framing and teak laid. The whole emphasis in construction is light weight combined with high strength and robustness, achieved by efficient use of high quality materials.

Since Lamadine came to the present ownership in 1997 she has been lavished with great care and maintained in excellent condition. There have been several refits to the yacht, the most recent and major of which was in 2012; an entire upgrade of the yacht’s systems, interior, hull paint and rigging equipment brought this yacht on the market for sale.

LAMADINE has never been a finer yacht than today!

  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Category: Classic Yacht
  • Model: Cutter Rigged Ketch
  • Model Year: 1967
  • YearBuilt: 1967
  • Year Refit: 2012
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: VAT Exempt
  • Country: Greece
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: Enclosed Pilothouse
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: Yes
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 3/6 - Crew R/B/S: 3/5/5
  • LOA: 97' 2" (29.60m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 17' 6" (5.31m)
  • Min Draft: --
  • Max Draft: 9' 4" (2.83m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 11 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: 2,000 Miles
  • Max Speed: 12 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 55 Tonne
  • Gross Tonnage: 65 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 2,360 Liters
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 5,730 Liters
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 6
  • Heads: N/A
  • Sleeps: 6
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: 5
  • Crew Sleeps: 5
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: Yes
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Wood on Iron Frame
  • Deck Material: Teak
  • Hull Configuration: Full Displacement
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: J. Laurent Giles & Partners Ltd, England
  • Hull Color: White
  • Hull Finish: Awlgrip
  • Exterior Designer: J. Laurent Giles & Partners Ltd, England
  • Interior Designer: J. Laurent Giles & Partners Ltd, England
  • Manufacturer: Caterpillar
  • Model: C7
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel


Sails & Rigging

Sails: Crosscut with acrylic UV protection
 Mainsail, mizzen, genoa, jib
Year: 2012

 - Furling System: Reckmann electric in-mast furlers for mainsail and mizzen
 - Reckmann hydraulic furler for the forestay
 - Reckmann manual furler for the inner stay

Type of rig: Cutter rigged
Masts and Spars: Hood Yacht Spars, aluminium
Last revision / paint: 2012
Rigging (type and material): Standing rigging of stainless steel with swaged ends and Norseman terminals, Holmarto hydraulic backstays fitted on 2012.

Running rigging made of dyneema and polyester braid on braid
Holmarto hydraulic boomwangs for main and mizzen

Winches & Sail Equipment: Antal blocks and winches by Lewmar.


No. of guest cabins: 3  No. of guest berths: 6

Arrangement: Two twin guest cabins aft of the engine room
                         One full beam double bed Owner’s cabin aft of the guests cabins

No. of crew cabins: 3  No. of crew berths: 5

Arrangement: Captain’s cabin forward of the engine room to the starboard of the galley, two twin bed crew cabins forward of the galley

Description of the interior and accommodation:
Forecastle – chain locker on centre line, 2 seat lockers to port and starboard and hinge-down pipe cots over, port holes above, skylight hatch in superstructure over forecastle. Doorway to forecabin.

Crew Cabin / Mess (to port and starboard) – Berths to port and starboard, settees to port and starboard, double portlights to ship’s side, dining table in the centre. Crew access ladders through sliding hatch to foredeck.

Galley (to port) – access door to galley from crew quarters offset to starboard, large freezer and refrigerator, refrigerated locker, sink, oven, portlight in ship’s side. Steps up from galley to main deck saloon.

Crew W.C. (to starboard) – toilet bowl, wash basin, the whole compartment lined with formaica

Captain’s cabin (to starboard) – single berth, wardrobe, portlight and hand wash basin.

Main Deck Saloon – Large settee and table. Saloons drinks locker and cold cabinet, ship’s library, TV, stereo equipment, steps up to wheelhouse. Wooden custom made varnished furniture all around the main saloon, removable ceiling panels in white laca.

Main wheelhouse – teak spoked, wheel position offset to port, access to wheelhouse offset to starboard, clear view screen on two inner forward windows, large chart table, code flag pigeon stowage, companion way leading to aft accommodation starboard aft.

Cockpit / Sun Deck – access from wheelhouse to sun deck through door offset to starboard, stowage locker to starboard at forward end of sun deck.

Horseshow-shaped settee with separate helmsman seat at after end of cockpit. L-shaped settee to port at forward end of cockpit.

Access doors through high cockpit coamings port and starboard leading to main deck.

Steering pedestal with repeaters of navigational equipment and sailing control unit.

Guest Cabins (to port and starboard aft of the engine room) – locate port and sbrd of the centreline passageway.

Access doorways at aft end of compartments. Opposed berths two (2) in each cabin, wash basin, cabinet, hanging wardrobe, lockers, drawers and sideboards. Centreline passageway leading to aft WC, shower and Owner’s compartments.

Separate WC and shower compartment (to sbrd and aft of guest cabins) – shower tray built in cabin sole, hand wash basin, electric toilet bowl with macerator, Samuel Heath taps and accessories, hot water tank and stowage for linen in lockers and drawers.

Owner’s Cabin – Full beam cabin with double bed on the centreline, drawers and lockers to the sides of the bed, wardrobes to the port & sbrd side to the forward end. Triple portlights to port and sbrd and dressing mirrors.

Owner’s WC compartment (to port and forward end of Owner’s Cabin) – hand wash basin, electric toilet bowl with macerator, full length bath, Samuel Heath taps and accessories.

Aft Lazarette – locate aft of Owner’s Cabin. Entrance through hatch on deck. Large storage space, steering tiller stock from balanced skeg, fresh water maker.

The quality of the original Camper & Nicholsons joinery and outfit is evident and recent alterations blend harmoniously with this. This yacht has charm and character and is clearly a vessel that combines comfort with genuine sea going ability for the serious yachts man.

The cockpit and deck shelter make an attractive area for living on deck, dining is in the open but with shelter for sun or wind, a comfortable place to sit whilst the yacht is under sail. The area is clear of the yachts sailing gear and can be enjoyed by inexperienced guests in safety and comfort.

Electrical Equipment

2 x Onan 30.0 Marine Genset kw: 24 each hours:
port side:   5400 hours
stbd side:  5120 hours

220 V single phase cycles: 60Hz
Shore power: 220 V amps/hr: 80

Service batteries 8 x 220 AH – 12 V each connected in pairs to supply 24 V DC
Batt. Charger: 
1pc Victron Energy Skylla TG24/100
1 pc RI-MET SA type 24/100 - 100 A

1pc Paco 1200W,
1pc Paco 2000W,
1pc Paco 600W
2pcs Waeco Perfect Power PP2000W        

Other Machinery

Air conditioning: 
Marine Air Systems  btu’s: 16,000     2pcs
Marine Air Systems  btu’s:   7,000     2pcs
Marine Air Systems  btu’s: 12,000     1pc    

HRO Horizon Seafari 900-2 watermaker - 142 l/hr 

Waterheating: Inox custom made litres: 80 lt

Sanitary System:
Mini-Biocon treatment system 847 l/day and holding tank. Tecma toilets with electric macerator.
Black Water Tank: 1x250 lt
Grey Water Tank: 1x100 lt and 1x150 lt

2012 REFIT



The hull paint was removed to bare wood by scraping and sanding. No flame applied. The hull was smoothed by sandpaper.
Old screws were removed and replaced. New pilot holes were opened and additional screws fitted. Screws fitted were Silicon Bronze cut-thread countersunk Frearson woodscrews. The hull planking was thoroughly inspected and maintenance was carried out. The hull was sanded, primed, faired and coated.


Complete reconstruction of the electrical installation.
Complete rewiring. All wiring removed and replaced by new. Installation redesigned.
New switchboards for 220VAC and 24VDC.
New service batteries, propulsion engines batteries, generator engines batteries, chargers and inverters.
Design and equipment approved by class.


New propulsion engines (Caterpillar C7 2x254 bhp) were fitted.
CPP hydraulic units complete overhauling with new ball bearings and gears.


The bilge, fire, fresh water and HVAC piping systems were completely renewed with new pumps, piping, valves and fittings. The water tanks were opened, cleaned and disinfected. The grey water system was totally renewed. The crew WC and associate piping was totally refitted.
All fuel piping was dismantled, cleaned and refitted. Fuel tanks were opened and cleaned.


The aluminium masts and booms were removed and stripped of all fittings and accessories for treatment and coating. Complete refurbishment and upgrading of rigging and sailing equipment was carried out:
New modern rigging, rig terminals, sheets, sheetline brakes, runners, halyard tensioners, hydraulic backstays, boomvangs for main and mizzen booms, genoa and jib roller furlers, in-mast furlers for main and mizzen mast, new chain plates, new sails. 


Complete maintenance and coating of aluminium superstructure was carried out, including sanding to bare metal and coating. The Inox side windows and Inox deck fittings were removed and polished.


New caprails were fitted. Reconstruction of aft deck settee.
All wooden structures on deck were varnished and the teak deck was re-caulked and sanded.


Complete varnishing of all furniture. Refurbishment of wheelhouse with new wooden panels and fabrication of new ceiling. New ceiling for main saloon was fitted plus new wallpaper in all passenger accommodation areas. Replacement of taps in showers and WCs and fabrication of new freezer in galley. New accommodation lights were installed.


In March 2013, the Special Survey was successfully completed and credited. The next due date for the special survey is the 30th March 2018.