Woodvale Pure Class.
Set up for 2 people to row
Built in 2014 (Not sure on the exact date)
She crossed the Atlantic and the Pacific.
Ready to go:
Four carbon fibre Oars
Water maker and hand held water maker
2 survival suits
2 PLB Beacons never used in box
1 Handheld VHF
New Seats, Runners and Rollers
Foot Plates New
New Steering Lines
and much more. See the full list>>>
Ocean Rowing boat
is for sale
Solo Ocean Rowing Boat “Eve Akua”
Length 8 meters; Beam 1.7, Plywood Coated GRP
Sleeping and eating area is 3 meters in length.
Designed by Naval Architect JM Viant in 2006 in France, Crossed
Boat: Marine inspection 2019 “Boat is
armed and equipped for long distance navigation.”
Electric water maker, last certification 2019
Trailer,inspected bearings good, 2019
2x new batteries 2019
Compass Platimo Offshore
AIS MAC Murdo
Portable transponder Mac Murdo
EPIRB - Ocean signal
One pair of oars, concept 2, inspection “MA” (more than adequate).
Recommend new solar panel, estimate received and less than 700 euro,
including hardware and 4 hours labour. (Presently the 12 volt system
fully charged as is, with crystallization in one panel.)
Woodwale pairs boat built in 2009, rowed
across the Indian Ocean in 2011 and across the Atlantic in 2015.
I bought the boat in 2015, however, since my original partner
changed his plans and I failed to find a new one, we never got to
In case of quick transaction, I will be happy to lower the price.
Purchased for, and competed in, the
2015/2016 Talisker Atlantic Challenge.
Originally built by Roger Haines, to an
excellent standard in 2008, DIDI (as she is known) went on to cross
the Atlantic in that year, then in 2011 with the husband and wife
Tiger Team and most lately with Adrian and Martin in the 2015/16
Talisker Atlantic Challenge.
She was given a good refurbishment in
advance of the last Talker race, which included a new rudder.
She also comes with a Raymarine
auto-tiller, with a separate ST200+ spare. Power is provided by
solar cells feeding 2 x batteries.
DIDI also comes with many extras, which include: >>>