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LUCHYA

  • 89.3333'
  • 1993
  • Dubbel & Jesse
  • Spain
  • 800 000 €

ABOUT LUCHYA

LUCHYA, (originally built as ELISABETH) was built for a demanding German owner who had 6 sailing yachts prior to ordering this Dübbel and Jesse 88. The brief was to build a comfortable and reasonably light cruising sloop that had the facilities for sailing with a crew of two. Her lines were drawn by Uwe Dübbel and the interior was designed by Rainer Kinder. The Dübbel and Jesse Shipyard located in the very North of Germany was specialized in superb aluminum constructions.

The fore sail furlers and in mast furling main as well as the efficiently set up sailing cockpit shows that this was state of the art. The social cockpit area is easy accessible from the deck without having to climb into it.  A wheelhouse with autopilot steering and 360º visibility is just about as perfect as it can be on a cold day.  Four steps down from the comprehensive wheel house and navigation station is the huge full beam saloon. The first thing you notice is the two oval windows on either side of the hull. These windows enable you to enjoy the anchorage while relaxing on the U shaped sofa on starboard or whilst dining on the port side. Light oak decape. The galley is efficient and modern, only a few mm. granite worktops are laid on stainless steel to keep the weight down. The granite gives the galley area a very stylish finish. The galley is well equipped and functional with good stowage. Fridges and freezers, bottle cooler and vegetable cooler. Forward of the salon is the full beam owners cabin, a center line king size bed in Rosewood. A walk in wardrobe on port side. There is a vanity unit and plenty of locker space. Forward of the owners cabin is the crew cabin for two and forward of that the single berth crew cabin with wc/shower.  Aft of the salon is the guest area with two twin bedded cabins (each with an extra Pullman berth), both with ensuite facilities.

In 2005 ELISABETH was purchased by an Austrian entrepreneur who sailed her comfortably around the world. She arrived back in Palma in 2007 and within weeks she was purchased by her present owner who has brought the yacht to her today’s splendid condition. The captain and owner have put a wealth of good ideas into the yacht. She is more than ready to go around the world again. The owner has taken such joy in sailing and keeping the yacht in top condition together with his crew that he is keen to buy a larger yacht.

LUCHYA sails under a Spanish flag and complies with the very stringent rules of pleasure craft of over 24 meters. This means regular checks on shafts, engine, firefighting equipment etc. etc. this ensures the next owner he is buying a very well maintained yacht!!

On deck, before and aft of the mast there are the recessed areas for sun bathing, the cushions are flush with the deck when in place. The large garage aft is accessible through a hatch in the deck and the big door opens hydraulically. The garage door functions as a swimming platform as well as a launching pad for the dinghy because it can be lowered to water level. There are specially made stainless chocks to put the dinghy on the foredeck, nevertheless one would like to store her in the aft garage when traveling further.

The entire concept of this D&J 88 is pretty much perfect!

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: Dubbel & Jesse
  • Category: Cruising Sailboat
  • Model: Nordsee 88
  • Model Year: 1993
  • YearBuilt: 1993
  • Year Refit: 2013
  • Refit Type: new teak deck and new sails. Previous refits for most equipment etc.
  • Tax Paid: VAT Unpaid
  • Country: Spain
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: Yes
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 3/8 - Crew R/B/S: 1/3/3
  • LOA: 89' 4" (27.23m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: 88' 5" (26.95m)
  • Beam: 21' 7" (6.58m)
  • Min Draft: --
  • Max Draft: 9' 8" (2.95m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: --
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: --
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 72 Short Ton
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 4,000 Liters
  • Holding Tank: 1,500 Liters
  • Fuel Capacity: 7,000 Liters
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 7
  • Heads: 3
  • Sleeps: 8
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: 3
  • Crew Sleeps: 3
  • Crew Heads: 1
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Aluminum
  • Deck Material: Teak
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Uwe Dúbbel
  • Hull Color: Dark blue
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: Rainer Kinder
  • Manufacturer: MERCEDES
  • Model: OM 423
  • Engine Count: Single
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Full Specification

HULL

Marine grade aluminum hull with teak decking.

New Teak decking of 15 mm on new marine plywood, 2013.

 

ENGINE & MECHANICAL

Mercedes OM 423, 345 hp,  10 Cil. In V, 254Kw, New October 2001. Hours: 6462 (March 2018)

Hydraulic variable pitch propeller KMF.All engines have been reviewed and had the yearly service.

Fuel tanks capacity is 3348 liters for the central tank, 1200 liters for each of the side tanks. The tanks were cleaned in October 2014 with external circulation of treated oil.

Fuel day tank between main tank and Engine/Generators of 130 litres with automatic and manual refuelling systems.

2 x large Racor diesel filters between main tank and day tank, two more between day tank and Engine.

 

Bowthruster, Sander 400 hydraulic retractable 28 Kw. Overhauled 2012.

 

Generators    Northern lights 964  30 Kw. Hours: 6521.5 ( March 2018)

                      Onan MDKBR 17.5 Kw 1500 rpm. Hours: 11339.8 ( March 2018 )  The generator has been completely disassembles and updated in October 2015 with Onan official service.

 

Air conditioning Condaria reverse cycle with three compressors.  Systems were reviewed in November 2016

 

Additional water boiler for radiator heating throughout the boat.

 

PLUMBING

Watermaker Hem 25.  320 litres/hour. 3417.8 hrs March 2018. Systems were reviewed in Nov 2016

Fresh water tanks, 2 x 2000 litres, integrated in hull inspected 2008

Grey water 750 litres yearly inspected.

Black water 750 litres yearly inspected.

Deck wash system 24v.

Hot and cold swimming shower.

 

ELECTRICAL

Mastervolt invertor 5000 watt.

Victron inverter 2000 watt.

2 x 100 AH 12 volt batt for Generator.

1x 220 AH batt for main engine.

2 x banks of 650 AH gel batts for services One bank new 2008.

2 x Mastervolt 100 amp / 24v battery chargers, 1 of 2012 / 1 of 2010.

2 x 220V shore line plugs and additional plug for 380V. 60 amps.    

Installation of new electronics on the bridge and flybridge May 2014.

Remewal of electrical insallation in October 2014 and 2015.

New electric earth fault system – March 2016

New DUMO ultra sound system to prevent encrustations and algae. – December 2015

INTERIOR 

Two aft guest cabins, each sleeping 3, with twin beds plus a Pullman.

Two guest head areas, each with shower and Lomac toilet.

Galley aft of dining area on port side.

Raised saloon / deckhouse area with nav station, sofa and table.

Saloon with sofa and dining seating for 8 persons. Two cocktail tables.

Forward of the salon is the full beam owners cabin, a center line king size bed in Rosewood. A walk-in wardrobe on port side. There is a vanity unit and plenty of locker space. Forward of the owners cabin is the crew cabin for two and forward of that the single berth crew cabin with wc/shower.  Aft of the salon is the guest area with two twin bedded cabins (each with an extra Pullman berth), both with ensuite facilities.

 

 

 

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Balay Electric oven with Siemens induction hob. New December 2015.

JEM comercial 3 minute cycle washing up machine new 2008.

Balay 8 Kg washing machine, 2013.

4 x 150 refrigerators 220v with holder over plates.

2 x 150 litre freezer. Both the refrigerators and freezers were reviewed in October 2015

80 litre bottle cooler with holding plate 24v compressor

Ice maker 220v.

Micro wave Bosch Microwave new 2013.

In March 2017 the electronic control panel for the Frigomatic systems (fridges) is changed.

 

ENTERTAINMENT

Sharp flat screen Aquos TV 37”. In saloon. 2008.

Bose surround sound system with memory, DVD/CD.

Outside speakers. All 2008.

 

 NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT

Raymarine and Garmin electronic systems updated Nov 2016

Wheelhouse

B&G depth, log wind speed and direction close hauled and running rudder indicator.

Segatron autopilot electronic (black box) new 2007.

Garmin GPS Map 5015. Plotter, Radar, speed, depth. 2008

Raymarine C140/W. Plotter, Radar, speed, depth. 2008

Raymarine ST 70 Auto pilot control. 2008

Wifi internal

2 Garmin GPS Map 7015

Raymarine with Hybird touch.

New CPU system for Autopilot

Raymarine Compass EVO1

 

Outside steering position

Garmin GPS Map 5012. Plotter, radar, speed, depth. 2008

Raymarine C120/W Plotter, radar, speed depth, 2008.

Raymarine auto pilot control, rudder indicator. 2008

Raymarine ST70 display. All wind speeds, angles etc depth log water temp. 2008

Raymarine ST70 control for  three ST70+ displays over entrance hatch. 2008

B&G speed, depth, wind. Hydra 2000.

Engine dials, revs, oil pressures, hours, temperature. Exhaust alarm. 2008

Plath Venus compass.

2 Garmin GPS Map 7015

Raymarine with Hybird touch.

New CPU system for Autopilot

Raymarine Compass EVO1

Last Calibration of systems with Raymarine dealer – October 2015

 

 

 

RIG

Sloop rig with cutter headstay arrangement.

Nav tec Stainless rod standing rigging, all new 2008. Yearly inspections in order.

Reckmann White painted aluminum mast and boom, re-painted 2008

Carbon fibre spinnaker boom

Reckmann Hydraulic in mast furling mainsail system. Overhauled 2008.

Reckmann hydraulic head stay furlers, 2 RF90 for genoa and staysail.

Changing the backstay system from 2 to 1, with modification of the anchor

New Lancelin dyneema Sailing Ropes November 2015.

 

Winches (in cockpit):

2 x Anderson 4500 STH hydraulic for genoa sheets

6 x Anderson 66 ST hydraulic for all sheets, traveller and backstays

Winches around mast:

1 x Anderson 66 ST hydraulic

4 x Anderson 66 ST manual

All hydraulic winches can also be used manually.

All winches had regular service.

Feb 2017 the main starboard winch is removed and serviced completely with oil change for the hydraulics.

 

HYDRAULICS

All overhauled 2008.

1 x 24v Navtec Powerpack with 2 motors in Lazarette for winches and bathing platform.

1 x 24v Navtec powerpack in engine room for furling sails and emergency anchoring.

1 x PTO on main engine for Bowthruster and anchor winch. New 2015.

Manual change over valves forward so anchor can be raised using Genoa Hydraulics.

 

 

SAILS

QUANTUM SAILS BARCELONA. Spectra / carbon sails.

Genoa on hydraulic furling stay. Reckmann RF 90 19 sqm, new 2013.

Staysail on hydraulic furling stay, RF 90 75 sqm. New 2013, reefs to a storm jib.

Mainsail on hydraulic in mast Reckmann system 185 sqm. New 2013.

New Quantum Sails Asymmetrical spinnaker– March 2016

 

Beilken

Gennaker 360 sqm.older, hardly used.


DECK EQUIPMENT

 

Hydraulic Maxwell anchor windlass driven by the PTO. Hidden below deck level.

Rocna 110 Kg anchor with 100 mt. of pre-stressed chain 2013. The chain is self stowing.

Anchor wash system.

Bioinox hydraulic self stowing stainless and teak gangway, 4,50 mtrs long. New 2008.

Hydraulic bathing platform. Two levels 40 cm above water for swimming 8cm above waterlevel for slipping the dinghy.

Hot/cold shower at bathing platform.

BWA 4M dinghy with 50 Hp Yamaha steering wheel, electric start. new 2012.

Bauer compressor for diving bottles 220v.

Air compressor 8 kg in lazarette.

 

Sun mattresses for whole boat, 2008. Further changes March 2017

New cockpit awning in Sumbrella Plus plus new surroundings in the cockpit 2016

 

Safety equipment:

Epirb new 2008

Automatic bilge pumps in every section (5) 2 central bilge pumps 24v (150 litre/min each) one manual pump.

2 x 8 person life rafts Zodiac.

3 Kadematic life jackets

2 x Secumar automatic life jackets

1 x Secumar life jacket.

Bilge alarms in every section

Alarm sensors in engine room for CO2.

Manual fire extinguishers all around ship.

Installation of oil day tank alarm system – October 2015

 

Refit details 2007/2008/2012/2013.

 

Repainted hull in Dark Blue Sterling Paint. Royal Blue Awlgrip 2012.

New 15 MM teak decking on new Marine Ply, 2013.

Overhaul on main engine, generator and installation of second gen set, Onan 17Kw.

New navigation equipment

New entertainment equipment

New tables in the salon, dining area, deck salon and cockpit

Re-painted mast and boom, 2010.

All new nav tec rod ‘08

New sails 2013

New crew cabin forward for third crew member with own wc / shower.2008

Refurbished

New deck heads in owners cabin and salon, ‘08

New galley equipment, continuously.

Refurbished aft garage, swim ladder

Installation of hydraulic gangway. 2008.

The aft push pit was re furbished and now offer seating for 4, 2008

The two hard case life rafts are located underneath this seat.

In the engine room all exhaust hoses renewed from the main engine and gen sets.

Silent generators.

And much more.

 

Works – 2015/16

New outside upholstery for cockpit seats, cushions, seats helm, solariums etc.

New upholstery inside sofa and inner steering position

Modification of all LED light points

 

 

 

Nov 2016 –

Annual revisions on Yamaha dinghy engine, water maker, air conditioning. Raymarine and Garmin systems updated. Main starboard winch removed and serviced. Frigomatic system changed.

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COMMENTS

LUCHYA, (originally built as ELISABETH) was built for a demanding German owner who had 6 sailing yachts prior to ordering this Dübbel and Jesse 88. The brief was to build a comfortable and reasonably light cruising sloop that had the facilities for sailing with a crew of two. Her lines were drawn by Uwe Dübbel and the interior was designed by Rainer Kinder. The Dübbel and Jesse Shipyard located in the very North of Germany was specialized in superb aluminum constructions.

 

The fore sail furlers and in mast furling main as well as the efficiently set up sailing cockpit shows that this was state of the art. The social cockpit area is easy accessible from the deck without having to climb into it.  A wheelhouse with autopilot steering and 360º visibility is just about as perfect as it can be on a cold day.  Four steps down from the comprehensive wheel house and navigation station is the huge full beam saloon. The first thing you notice is the two oval windows on either side of the hull. These windows enable you to enjoy the anchorage while relaxing on the U shaped sofa on starboard or whilst dining on the port side. Light oak decape. The galley is efficient and modern, only a few mm. granite worktops are laid on stainless steel to keep the weight down. The granite gives the galley area a very stylish finish. The galley is well equipped and functional with good stowage. Fridges and freezers, bottle cooler and vegetable cooler.

 

In 2005 ELISABETH was purchased by an Austrian entrepreneur who sailed her comfortably around the world. She arrived back in Palma in 2007 and within weeks she was purchased by her present owner who has brought the yacht to her today’s splendid condition. The captain and owner have put a wealth of good ideas into the yacht. She is more than ready to go around the world again. The owner has taken such joy in sailing and keeping the yacht in top condition together with his crew that he is keen to buy a larger yacht.

 

LUCHYA sails under a Spanish flag and complies with the very stringent rules of pleasure craft of over 24 meters. This means regular checks on shafts, engine, firefighting equipment etc. etc. this ensures the next owner he is buying a very well maintained yacht!!

 

On deck, before and aft of the mast there are the recessed areas for sun bathing, the cushions are flush with the deck when in place. The large garage aft is accessible through a hatch in the deck and the big door opens hydraulically. The garage door functions as a swimming platform as well as a launching pad for the dinghy because it can be lowered to water level. There are specially made stainless chocks to put the dinghy on the foredeck, nevertheless one would like to store her in the aft garage when traveling further.

 

The entire concept of this D&J 88 is pretty much perfect 


 

 



 

 

 

 

 


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