Not for sale or charter to U.S. residents while in U.S. waters.
The 2006 Classic Topsail Schooner NAEMA is a replica of the famous Alfred Milne design, PANDA, re-created with authentic Sitka spruce spars and proper schooner rigging, but with modern sail handling systems and electric winches to minimize the ‘heavy lifting’ in sailing this magnificent classic. Her steel hull was built in 2006 by Graafship in Holland to Lloyds scantlings and she was finished by the German yard, Metrica. She was fully refitted in 2015 by Hodgdon Yachts of Boothbay, Maine, including all electrical and mechanical systems.
Although NAEMA is classic to all appearances, she has been engineered to deliver all amenities for gracious living aboard in port or far at sea. Her elegantly varnished pilothouse creates protection for the helm and guest cockpit, which offers seating for up to 10 around the varnished teak drop leaf dining table.
Her deck salon adjoins the guest cockpit forward, offering full protection and 360-degree unobstructed visibility. There is a serving area to starboard with refrigeration, a full sink, cabinetry and plenty of storage. Across to port is the day head. Soft leather L-shaped settees with tables are elevated, port and starboard, with the comprehensively equipped navigation station forward to port and an additional office area forward to starboard.
A elegantly detailed curved staircase forward leads down to the main salon, dining and accommodation area. Varnished anigre cabin soles compliment the raised panel mahogany woodwork, accented by full-height hand-crafted leaded glass panels with scallops embedded in the design. In short, the interior décor is traditionally stunning and tasteful to the extreme.
NAEMA’s main salon and dining area are full-width with opening portlights and a large skylight at the center for a steady flow of natural light and ventilation. The dining area is starboard with rolled and pleated leather upholstery on the U-shaped seating surrounding the large dining table. The U-shaped entertaining area is to port with sumptuous seating and a retractable media screen at the center.
The master stateroom is to starboard, with a king-size berth outboard, large stowage locker forward with bureau below, additional cabinet storage aft and outboard with a hanging locker as well. An abundance of natural and light and ventilation is supplied via portlights outboard and the opening skylight above. The master head is detailed with a marble top vanity and under-mounted sink, full stall shower, beveled mirrors and additional cabinetry.
The port guest stateroom has wide single and double berths, with a large Pullman berth outboard, opening port and skylight and an abundance of stowage in drawers, lockers and hanging locker, along with an en-suite head with detailing similar to the master. The second guest stateroom is aft to port, also with a double berth and Pullman above, with detailing and en-suite head to match the others.
The Captain’s cabin is fully aft to starboard, with a queen-size berth, plenty of storage in drawers and lockers, and an en-suite head and shower.
Crew quarters are forward, including three cabins with two bunk beds each, with ample storage, a U-shaped crew lounge with a convertible dinette and a full gourmet galley, including SS counter tops and molded sinks, full height stainless refrigerator and freezer by Gram on the forward bulkhead alongside full height washer/dryer by Miele. The centerline island houses the Bohnhoff professional dishwasher with additional storage forward and the aft bulkhead supports the Bosch electric range and oven, plus additional stowage and countertops.
|Model||custom modern classic schooner|
|Length (LOA)||132' 10" (40.5m)|
|Draft||14' 2" (4.32m)|
|Beam||22' 6" (6.86m)|
|LOA||132' 10" (40.5m)|
|Min Draft||13' 6" (4.11m)|
|Max Draft||14' 2" (4.32m)|
|Fuel Tank||2,699 g (10,218 L)|
|Fresh Water||1,980 g (7,494 L)|
|Holding Tank||672 g (2,543 L)|
|Hull Config||Custom Modern Classic Schooner|
|Ext. Designer||ALFRED MYLNE|
|Max Speed||10 Knots|
|Cruising Speed||8 Knots|
|Engine Model||D2866 LXE40 294kW|
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VESSEL OVERVIEW ~
NAEMA was built to the same design as the famous 1930’s Classic Alfred Mylne design schooner, PANDA, a powerful gaff rigged topsail schooner with a Jack-yard main topsail, full compliment of topsails for her foremast, comprehensive headsails and with her golly wobbler and spinnaker set, she flies a cloud of sail, indeed! However, while NAEMA’s Modern Classic design has retained and in fact enhanced all her magnificent performance attributes, her power winches, sophisticated electronics and other handling systems have taken much of the ‘heavy lifting’ out of her operation, so she can easily be managed by a crew of 7 for extended family voyaging. Although traditional in design with raised panel joiner work, leaded glass and soft, rolled leather upholstery, NAEMA offers all amenities for gracious living aboard, in port, or far at sea. In short, she’s a proper yacht in all respects and she is without question, the most spectacular yacht on every horizon.
Boarding NAEMA from the stern passarelle and across the teak stern deck, the helm is elevated to allow clear visibility of the full horizon forward, with easy access to all controls and handling systems, elegantly detailed in bright polished brass.
The GUEST COCKPIT is immediately forward, with a large drop leaf varnished teak dining table and comfortably cushioned seating for 8-10 guests. The cockpit is fully protected by the Raised Pilothouse immediately forward.
NAEMA has a broad expanse of teak decking on her side and mid deck areas with convenient stowage for her tender plus a classic Whitehall rowing/sailing tender.
Three traditional varnished teak skylights provide an abundance of light and ventilation to the accommodations below.
The foredeck is efficiently detailed with a large Ideal windlass and stowage for her anchors, staysail boom, plus access to the crew area below.
The Deck Salon adjoins the guest cockpit forward, offering full protection and 360 degree unrestricted visibility. There is a serving area immediately to starboard with refrigeration, full sink, cabinetry and storage areas. The guest head is aft to port. Forward and surrounded by large oval windows, there are comfortable “L’ shaped settees, elevated to enhance visibility. The Navigation Station is forward to port with a large, opening port facing the mid-deck, large navigation table and complete instrumentation. Forward to starboard, is another desk/office area, also with an opening port facing forward.
Detailing in the deck salon, as throughout the yacht is of bright varnished anigre cabin soles and varnished, raised panel Mahogany.
The curved staircase forward and down to the accommodation passageway is elegantly detailed in mahogany with painted panels above, accented by full height, handcrafted leaded glass panels with scallop shells imbedded in the design!
The MAIN SALON and DINING SALON are amidships and full width of the yacht with opening portlights outboard and large skylight at center for an abundance of natural light and ventilation. The dining area is outboard to starboard with sumptuous rolled and pleated leather upholstery on the U-shaped seating, surrounding the large main dining table with seating for 8 guests.
The Salon Lounge is to port, with an “L’ shaped settee and cocktail table facing the retractable entertainment screen. The Salons are decorated with leaded glass cabinets outboard, fore and aft, enhancing the magnificent traditional ambiance of NAEMA’s interior.
The Master Stateroom is to starboard, with a King size berth outboard, large stowage locker forward with bureau below, additional cabinet storage aft and outboard with a hanging locker as well. Natural and light and ventilation through portlights outboard and the opening skylight above.
The Master Head is detailed with a marble top vanity and under-mounted sink, full stall shower, beveled mirrors and additional cabinetry.
The Port Guest Stateroom has double and single berths with a large pullman berth outboard, opening port and skylight and an abundance of stowage in drawers, lockers and hanging locker, along with an en-suite head with detailing similar to the Master.
The second Guest Stateroom is aft to port, also with a berth and pullman above, with detailing and en-suite head to match the others.
The Captain’ Cabin is fully aft to starboard, with a queen-size berth, plenty of storage in drawers and lockers, and an en-suite head and shower.
CREW QUARTERS are forward, including three cabins with two bunk beds each, with ample storage, “u” shaped crew lounge with convertible dinette and a full Gourmet Galley, including SS counter tops and molded sinks, full height stainless refrigerator and freezer by Gram on the forward bulkhead alongside full height washer/dryer by Miele. The centerline island houses the Bohnhoff professional dishwasher with additional storage forward and the aft bulkhead supports the Bosch electric range and oven, plus additional stowage and countertops.
The crew quarters adjoin the main salon via a watertight door.
Steel Hull by Graffship, with teak overlay decking and varnished teak superstructure and bulwarks.
Finished by Metrica, Germany, with installations in Aganla, Turkey.
Fully refit by Hodgdon Shipyard, East Boothbay, Maine in 2014 including all electrical and mechanical systems.
Guests Sleeping: Sleeps up to 8 Guests in 3 Staterooms plus 7 Crew in 3 cabins plus lounge.
Guest Cabins: Guest cabins include Master Stateroom with King size berth, VIP with Queen berth and Guest stateroom with twin berths plus Pullman, all with fully detailed ensuite heads.
MAN – D2866 – LXE40, 294kw/390hp
Upper End Rebuild 2021 4562 hours
Kohler: 2 x 28EFOZD, 38Kw
50Hz, 3 phase, 400V, 51amps
2 x Marantz. In Deckhouse and Salon
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Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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