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Velsheda II up for sale

by John Bonsor on 29 Nov 2012
Velsheda II Australian Independent Shipbrokers http://www.aisbrokers.com.au
Under Instruction of the Admiralty Marshal, Federal Court of Australia we, Australian Independent Shipbrokers, are exclusively authorised to offer for sale the following vessel - Velsheda II.

Vessel will be sold on an ‘as is where is’ basis at Pittwater, NSW, Australia, under the terms and conditions of the Admiralty Marshal (available on request). She comes equipped with an extensive outfit for blue water sailing and seriously interested parties will be invited to inspect at pre-arranged dates to be advised.

The yacht is a 19.2m Van De Stadt designed Mast Head Clipper built by Kerry Alexander New Zealand. The vessel will be inspectable alongside at Rowell Marines premises, Newport, New South Wales as follows:

Saturday 8th December 2012 between 1000 and 1230
Wednesday 12th December 2012 between 1130 and 1430
Saturday 15th December 2012 between 1000 and 1230

In the event that interested parties are not able to make these dates/times then subject to availability inspections can be arranged. Between Monday 10th and Friday 14th December.

Bids will be requested on the Admiralty Marshals terms and conditions to be made by email on the specific email address. At the office of the Admiralty Marshal by 1500 hours Sydney time Tuesday 18th December 2012.

We would like to stress that the vessel will be sold at best and in view of the current market that vessel will be purchased at a very attractive level.

Name: Velsheda II
Type: Mast Head Cutter Rig
Year of Build: 1989, New Zealand
Designer: Van de Stadt
Length: 19.5 m BEAM 4.2 m DRAFT 2.6 m
Hull: Aluminium
Engine: Perkins, 175 BHP
Propeller: 3 blade, folding
Sails: Main, Genoe, spinnaker
Cabins: 3
Miscelaneous: New Cummins Genset 2010, de- salinator, scuba tank storage

All details are believed to be correct but not guaranteed 'As is where is' Subject free and unsold. All prices are NETT and exclude GST and any third party commissions.

For further enquiries, plese contact:

John Bonsor
T +61 2 9906 6372
F +61 2 9439 3563
M +61 437872243
jbonsor@aisbrokers.com.au
Level 2, 403 Pacific Highway, Artarmon NSW 2064 AIS website

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