• 110'
  • 1995
  • Spain
  • $1,900,000


KEEWAYDIN is a pilothouse cutter headed cruising ketch with centre-board.

Designed and built for a comfortable life on board and capable of world cruising.

She is also an ideal second home on the water.

This Palmer Johnson classic yacht for sale is impeccably maintained and has been improved.

She features a hydraulically operated centre-board, with a minimum draft of 8’6” (2.60m) for shallow harbours, and a maximum of 18’2” (5.5m) for performance sailing.

She had a full refit in 2010, including new teak decks, electronics and monitors, communication systems, air-conditioning and more. Sails were new 2008 and are in good shape.

She benefits from a further substantial refit/refurbishment in 2015 – this included new upholstery throughout, redesign and rebuild of aft cabin to provide a double berth, refit of the galley, remodelling of the crew quarters and much more. The crew cabin was repainted in Jan 2018 and in April 2018 she has finished her annual servicing.

Her interior provides accommodation for 6 guests in 3 guest staterooms aft. Plus 3 crew cabins forward for 5 crew members.

KEEWAYDIN is run by a professional and dedicated crew. The vessel is normally located just 20 minutes from downtown Barcelona in a cost effective but secure marina.

The low USD helps make her even better value.

  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Category: Cruising Sailboat
  • Model: N/A
  • Model Year: 1995
  • YearBuilt: 1995
  • Year Refit: 2010
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: Spain
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: Yes
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 3/6 - Crew R/B/S: 3/0/5
  • LOA: 110' 0" (33.53m)
  • LWL: 80' 0" (24.38m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 23' 0" (7.01m)
  • Min Draft: 8' 6" (2.59m)
  • Max Draft: 18' 2" (5.54m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 10 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: 3,000 Miles
  • Max Speed: 11 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 209,439 Pounds
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 2,000 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 3,000 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: 3
  • Sleeps: 6
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: 5
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Aluminum
  • Deck Material: Teak
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Johm G Alden
  • Hull Color: Dark green
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: John Munford
  • Manufacturer: N/A
  • Model: N/A
  • Engine Count: n/a
  • Engine Type: N/A
  • Fuel Type: N/A


Hull and Deck construction

All welded aluminium hull.
Long fin keel. Skeg hung rudder.
Hydraulically operated centreboard, with a minimum draft of 8’6” for shallow harbours, and a maximum of 18’2” for performance sailing.
Dark green painted hull topsides.

Recent service
2018 - Keewaydin has had her out of water service works completed.
In Spring 2015 the entire deck area was varnished and Semco applied.


2 x Lewmar 5000 Anchor Windlass’s, each with chain gypsy and warping drum.
2 x 300 lb. SS CQR anchors.
40lb Danforth anchor.
Anchor chain.
Custom hydraulic passarelle.
Custom side boarding steps and platform (manual).
New swimming ladder designed and installed 2015

Lewmar winches:
2 x 111 - hydraulic 3 speed, primaries
2 x 77 - hydraulic 3 speed, secondaries
2 x 62 – for Mizzen outhaul and sheet
2 x 62 – for Mizzen and staysail halyard
1 x 77 – for main sheet
1 x 62 - for Pole lift
2 x 77 - hydraulic 2 speed, for staysail sheets
2 x 77 - hydraulic 2 speed, for halyards

Engine and Mechanical
Caterpillar 3408 TA 346kW / 470 hp diesel engine. 7730 hours at Jan 2018
4 blade 46” Hundested variable pitch propeller.
Spurs line cutter on shaft.
Dual Racor 1000 fuel filters.
Max Speed:    11 knots
Cruise Speed:    10 knots
Range:    3000 nm
Approximate consumption 28 litres/hour at 100-1200 RPM at 9.5-10.5 knots, depending on prop pitch

Fuel:    11,355 litres    3000 US gallons
Lube oil:    113 litres    30 US gallons

Tunnel type Hydropower hydraulic bow thruster (driven off the gen set).

2 x Northern Light 55kw gensets (one rebuilt 2015)

Cruise Air 180,000 BTU air conditioning (2009)

Other Machinery
Holmotron centreboard lift with electric/hydraulic drive.

HPS hydraulic PTO from forward generator for windlass and bow thruster.

Lewmar Commander hydraulic packs (2) for rig and winch systems.

2 x Sea Recovery 1200 US gallons per day (reverse osmosis units).

Navigation and Mechanical Systems

Brookes and Gatehouse sailing instruments:
    2 x Hercules 2000 MFD repeaters
    Analogue wind-speed, wind direction indicators
    20/20 large size repeater (cockpit)
    Hydra repeater unit (office)

Furuno Navigation systems:
    96 mile range radar
    Satellite GPS gyrocompass
    Nav-Pilot autopilot
    F1-150 depth sounder
    Nav net GPS
    3D GPS (captain’s cabin)


KVH V7 Tracphone SATCOM; FB 250 receiver
Panasonic PABX telephone system
Furuno FS 5000 SSB
Icom ICM604 VHF (Pilothouse)
2 x Icom 502 (crew, captain’s cabin)
HP C-7280 telefax

3 x Computer systems
    4 x 15” Nauticomp (Pilothouse)
    15” Nauticomp (office)
    Sceptre flatscreen monitor (crew)

New GPS/TV antenna, 2015


Hand rubbed varnished teak and white tongue and groove deck-head panels. Raised and fielded panelling with nautical flush drawer pulls, delicate brass fiddle rails etc. finish off this timeless gentleman’s yacht. The interior has had a full “make over” in spring 2015.

Owner stateroom
Located aft with a full size double berth to port and a single berth to starboard, separated by a settee. The berths can be adjusted at the touch of a button to tilt up to 20 degrees to compensate the heel of the yacht. With opening ports and overhead hatches the cabin is wonderfully light and airy. This whole cabin was redesigned and rebuilt during the 2015 refit.

Further upgrades included: the headboards were reupholstered, new bedcovers, new curtains, new rug and a TV installed in 2015.

The ensuite bathroom is forward to port. Fixtures re-plated in 2015

To starboard forward of the aft cabin is an office area with full communications equipment.

Guest cabins
To port and starboard from the centreline passageway, these are more or less mirror images.
Each cabin with twin lower berths, separated by drawers, each with an ensuite head and shower.
New bedcovers, new curtains, new rugs and headboards reupholstered in 2015.
All fixtures in the guest heads were re-plated in 2015.
The passage leads forward and up to the saloon.

New carpet and runner on the stairs and in the hallway in 2015.

Main saloon.
Amidships and above the engine room - with a Chesterfield style sofa to port with a coffee table; and to starboard is a beautiful dining table for 8 people.
Large windows on each side and forward provide near panoramic views.
New UV Protection window treatment 2015.
All dining chairs refurbished with new varnish and new upholstery 2015.
Dining area sofa reupholstered 2015. New designer rug 2015.
New television 2015.
Salon sofa reupholstered with new cushions 2015


TV’s in main salon, office, aft cabin
Sony DVD in main saloon.
CD Players in each of the guest cabins; also in each of the crew cabins, & crew area.
KVH Sat TV receiver

Aft from the main saloon some steps lead us up to the pilothouse, with the centreline helm with all navigation, communication and monitoring equipment.
Settees to starboard and aft to port provide plenty of room for guests without interfering with the captain.
A foot rest device was installed for the Pilots seat in 2015.
New custom made upholstery for entire seating area and new rugs in 2015.
UV protection window treatment in 2015.


Forward of the saloon steps lead down to what is the crew domain.

The galley is to port of the main mast and well laid out for preparing meals at sea or in harbour.
There is a comfy crew mess with table.
From this area there is access to the engine room.
Three cabins with heads and showers are forward and provide accommodation for 5 crew members. The crews quarters were remodelled in 2015 and had fresh paint in 2018.

Galley Equipment
Miele oven and hob, new 2015.
Sharp microwave.
Sub Zero refrigeration/Freezer.
U-line Icemaker (saloon).
Miele washer and dryer (with new custom built door cover 2015).
Marble counter tops polished professionally in 2015.
New extractor vent 2015. New tap 2015.

Situated aft of the pilothouse, this large and comfortable cockpit has a U shaped settee facing two cocktail tables which can be made into one large dining table. Shade is provided by a strong awning.
New upholstery for this deck dining area in 2015.

The beautiful craftsmanship of the decks is very striking.
Contrasting varnished and plain teak surfaces accentuate the high quality of the work.
The aft deck is particularly clear and spacious when the tender is removed, fitted with classic teak steamer type chairs it provides a superb relaxing area.

Electrical Systems

230V, single phase, 60Hz
Shore power: 2 x 100 amp inlets, one forward and one aft; Hubble cords and plugs.
2 x ASEA 12Kva shore power converters.

Batteries. (2006)
    Main engine starting:    24V, 2 x 4D (Mastervolt charged)
    Generator starting:    24V, 2 x 12 volt (Sentry charged)
    Service bank:         24V, 4 x 8D (Mastervolt charged)

Plumbing Systems

Fresh-Water:     7,570 litres    2000 US gallons

Bilge pumps:
Flomax 4.5hp AC pump
3 x Par AC pumps
High water bilge alarms (5)

Sewage systems:
6 x Sealand vacuflush freshwater flushing marine toilets.
2 x 980 gallon black water tanks.


In mast furling for the main and mizzen mast and furling head stays provide easy push button sailing.

Main mast - aluminium with 3 x spreaders, Offshore Spars.
Mizzen mast – aluminium, with 2 x spreaders, by Offshore Spars.
Booms - Carbon Fibre booms for main mast and mizzen, by Offshore Spars.
Rod rigging by BSI.
    2 x Reckmann hydraulic, genoa and staysail
    2 x Hood in mast, main and mizzen

Mast and Rigging pulled 2006, painted and standing rigging renewed.


Main sail, Genoa, Staysail, Mizzen – all by Doyle Cubean fibre in     2009
Asymmetric Spinnaker, North Sails
Mizzen staysail, North Sails


Simon Alarm system.
Murphy engine alarms.
Fire control system, located in the engine room with manual activation.
Hand held extinguishers.  Smoke detectors

3 x Switlick 6 man life rafts.
MOB and life sling.  Flares.  Medical kits.  Hailer.  2 x 406 EPIRBs.
Storm shutters for salon windows.  Deadlights on aft ports.


AB Nautilus inflatable tender with 60 hp Yamaha outboard


New Oru Kayaks uniquely designed, NEW June 2015 from USA

New dinghy “whips” 2015 to hold the dinghy away from the hull.
New custom fender covers 2015. New winch covers 2015