Celandine was built in steel and aluminium by specialist Dutch yard Jongert to a design by Doug Petersen. She was delivered in 1993 as one of the yard’s 2900M series and went back to the yard for a full refit in 2008. During the refit she received new teak decks, her hull, superstructure and aluminium mast were repainted, and her engine and generator were sent back to the MTU factory in Germany for a full overhaul.
MCA compliant, her interior by Peter Sjim has accommodation for six guests in three cabins. The master suite forward has a queen sized bed, comfortable seating, a desk and a spacious en suite bathroom with shower. The two guest cabins have twin beds convertible to doubles, each with full en suite bathroom facilities. The separate crew area has a galley, crew mess and two cabins that accommodate four crew in total.
Amidships, the large deck saloon has seating areas, a dining table, entertainment centre including a television screen and offers panoramic views. Celandine’s exterior spaces are no less spacious, providing ample seating to enjoy the views. All her sails were completely renewed with high quality Doyle sails at the beginning of the summer season 2012.
Under power, a 300hp MTU engine gives her a cruising speed of 10 knots and a range of 2,5000 nautical miles.
Celandine was asking €1,790,000.