$ 1,350,000


67' (20.59m)
Asking Price
$ 1,350,000

Not for sale or charter to U.S. residents while in U.S. waters.


Length (LOA) 67' (20.59m)
Year 2013
Location United States


Staterooms 5

Dimensions & Capacity

LOA 67' (20.59m)
Fuel Tank 139 g (525 L)
Fresh Water 174 g (660 L)
Holding Tank 32 g (120 L)
Displacement 19,200


Hull Material Mahogany
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Electrical Equipment

Shore Power
Battery Charger
Bow Thruster
Bilge Pump electric and manual
Hot water heater
Washing Machine
Air conditioning


Mainsail Cover
Cockpit cover
Hatch cover



E 125 ROW multifunction display on deck

Multifuction I 70 display below deck

P70 autopilot

SPX 30 autopilot course computer

I 70 display multifunction 3 pieces

I 70 wind transmitter

DST 800 log/lot/temperature combination transmitter

RD 418 HD radar antenna

AIS 650 with Splitter Easy

VHF Ray 240E-2. listener

Ray 101E handheld radio

Canada EPIRB Safelink GPS

KVH M2 TV satellite antenna



4 burner gas stove and oven.

Sails And Rigging

Fully battened mainsail
Gennaker/ Cruising Spinnaker
Furling Genoa.
All spars carbon fiber main and mizzen
Anderson Electric Winches

The Hall rig with carbon spars is very solid. No back stays are required. The large number of firmly attached sails enables good adjustment to all wind conditions without changing sails. With the additional roll able Code 0 and the easy-to-set mizzen stay sail, the sail area can be increased on reach courses. The furlers are all designed with an all-round recovery line to avoid the typical problems of drum systems.

The sheet routing on the mainsail and mizzen is unusual with one sheet on each port and starboard side directly on a winch, but has many advantages. The sail profile is perfectly adjusted without boom vang and traveller, the booms are prevented from swinging in the sea and the booms are secured during a jibe and patent gybes are avoided.

The V-shape of the booms and the low height of the main boom above the superstructure make it easier to lower the sails.

Deck And Hardware

Teak decks and cockpit floors
Cockpit shower
Life raft
Cockpit cushions
Teak Cockpit table
Swim ladder

All accessible areas are covered with teak. The arrangement of the fittings is largely clean and trip-free.

Bow anchor 2 pieces 30 kg stainless steel with 100m high-strength stainless steel chain and one electric Sofrans anchor winch each, on StB together with capstan. Chain locker easily accessible from deck. The 14 two-speed stainless steel winches are from Andersen. The two winches for the jib/genoa sheets, for rolling in the

jib/genoa and also suitable for the main halyard by deflection, can be operated electrically.

The classic look skylights above the crew and main cabins are all opening. Storage compartments are next to part of the skylights. There are four large lockers in the cockpit area. The cockpit is very large and has a large table with side flaps. In the table are two drawers, compartments, a sink and a 40L cooler.

One of the 4 large baking boxes is gas-tight and therefore suitable for an outboard engine and petrol can. Further aft is the gastight box for two 11 kg gas bottles. In the aft locker to starboard is most of the safety equipment:

The life raft for 6 people, life jackets, life bells, signals, etc.

The large hatch aft of the cockpit gives access to storage space for the inflated 2.7m dinghy, gangway and fenders. The dinghy can be moved with the mizzen. A tailgate was avoided for safety reasons.

The sea railing has a divided pulpit at the front, openings on the port and starboard sides for easier access and a pushpit with a swing-out bathing ladder.

Constructive Design

TIOGA of HAMBURG is designed as an "Esprit de Tradition" in visual reference to the TIOGA from 1931 by the designer Francis L. Herreshoff. TIOGA is the older sister of the larger and famous TIOGA of MARBLEHEAD from 1036, later name is TICONDEROGA, which was almost unbeatable in the period 1936 - 1967 and held most of the ocean records.

TIOGA of HAMBURG was created in the best quality between 2008 and 2013 at the Josef Martin shipyard in Radolfzell on Lake Constance. In contrast to the other appearance, the underwater hull is modern with a hydraulic lifting keel. She is designed for worldwide cruising with a crew in regattas, but can also be sailed single-handed.

The three roll able sails, jib/genoa, stay jib and mizzen stay jib allow excellent adjustment to all wind conditions that occur in connection with mainsail and mizzen. At wind speeds of 40 knots and more, the boat can still be sailed safely and balanced on all courses with stay jib and mizzen jib. Due to its dimensions, each sail can be safely handled in any situation, even without electrical or hydraulic assistance. The TIOGA of HAMBURG has proven this on the approx. 20,000 miles so far under a wide variety of conditions, as well as the high speed potential in regattas.

Keel, Rudder, Engine, And Bow Thruster

The lifting keel and the rudder are made of high-strength stainless steel (approx. twice the strength and higher corrosion resistance than conventional stainless steel).

The keel is retracted and extended electrically-hydraulically. In the lower part, the keel is guided in a crash box. It effectively secures the bottom of the boat in the event of a collision. The area of the rudder trunk is also secured by a bulkhead to the cabin.

The retractable bow thruster is in the crew cabin area. A bulkhead secures the main cabin in the foredeck area in the event of water ingress.

The engine is a VW 5 cylinder marine engine with 165 hp with fixed shaft system and a

3 bladed folding propeller. The generator with 5 KW electrical power is driven by the main engine.

The bow thruster is a MAX Power Retract 24 V and can be retracted and extended

Crew Cabin

The crew cabin is separated from the main cabin in the forecastle by a fixed collision bulkhead and can therefore only be entered from the outside. Here are two fixed bunks, a separate shower, a washroom with mech. Toilet including holding tank, a wall cupboard and swallow's nests. The woodwork is of exclusive quality in natural mahogany with contrasting white surfaces. Ventilation and lighting are provided by classic skylights.

All lamps are LED spotlights.

In the front area of the crew cabin is the bow thruster with two buffer batteries and the storage space for the sails.

Main Cabin

From the cockpit you get to the main cabin via a bridge deck, at the same height as the cockpit benches. The companionway is protected by a foldable spray hood.

At BB is first the door to the guest cabin with 2mx1.6m berth and wall cupboard and then a washroom with electric toilet. Opposite the access to the separate shower, which also has access from the owner's cabin. Amidships above the machine is the navigation with chart table, VHF and the daughter plotter. The elevated arrangement enables eye contact with the helm station outside. On the BB wall is the main switch panel with the ship-related switches. On StB is the spacious

owner's cabin with a 2mx2m bed, separate washroom/toilet, various cupboards, safe and storage space.

Further forward midships is a sideboard with refrigerator including freezer compartment and various compartments. A floor-to-ceiling glass cabinet for wine and other glasses decoratively conceals the retractable keel box. On the back is a swiveling TV. On the port side in this area is the pantry with stove, sink, freezer, drawers and storage compartments. On the starboard side is a seating area with two 2m long benches and a table. This also makes it suitable for taking off on the leeward side at sea. Below these benches are the batteries, keel hydraulics and watermaker. Another control panel is in one of the StB side cabinets.

At the forefront of the main cabin is a raised seating area in the shape of an omega. This "harbour saloon" is particularly comfortable and offers a direct view to the outside thanks to the elevation. Glazed corner cupboards and shelves offer the right ambience for relaxed sitting/lying down. Below are the large diesel tanks with two 515 L.

Port and StB of the harbor saloon are simple cabins with a wide berth and an additional tubular berth that can also be used as a shelf. BB is the household-sized washing machine in the anteroom of the cabin and StB is a larger cupboard in the anteroom. The entire interior is seaworthy.

For ventilation and exposure of the main cabin there are 6 classic skylights, various side windows, all of which can be opened, and Dorade fans. A large number of ceiling spotlights and lamps, many dimmable, provide pleasant light in the dark.

The entire expansion is of the best traditional craftsmanship quality, which is hardly available anymore. The natural mahogany with a white top and the beautiful blue-grey upholstery fabric create a classic, cozy ambience.

A permanently installed air conditioning system allows pleasant temperatures below deck even at very high outside temperatures.

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