'Blue Aegean II', a Dufour CT 12000 (46ft) Ketch for Sale

by Mark Sekas
(Fairhope, AL USA)

1980 ONE OWNER DUFOUR SAILBOAT, KETCH 46FT, LOADED

'Blue Aegean II' looks like "BRAND NEW", both on the interior as well as the exterior.

It is now located in Thessaloniki, Greece

Ideal for Cruising and Live on Board.
Since I purchased the Boat, I have upgraded many of the original equipment.

After many years of sailing in the Gulf of Mexico, we decided to sail the boat across the Atlantic to Greece.

The crossing took place in 1994.

Prior to the crossing we replaced the original Perkins Engine, installed new Radar, new GPS System, new Autopilot, new SSB, new Icom Ham Radio, installed Pro-Furl Head Sail System with Heavy Weight Head Sail, replaced the Main with Heavy Full Batten Sail, replaced the Stove and many other improvements.

In 2001, we sailed the Boat to the Dufour Yard in the Mediterranean to the Pin Rolland Facility. The Boat stayed in the Yard for approximately 12 months. Factory Personnel removed the original Teak Deck, inspected the Fiberglass Deck and installed New Teak Deck (approx. 1/2" thick). While in the yard, we inspected all Rigging, checked the Keel Bolts and performed other miscellaneous maintenance.

In 2008 we replaced all Three (3) Air Conditioners, installed a Transformer to convert 220 Volts Shore Power to 110 Volt Ship Power.

In 2009, we replaced the 1994 Autopilot with a current unit.

This in brief describes all the upgrades on the Boat.

Specifications and Major Equipment Listing:

Name: Blue Aegean II

Flag: U.S. Transit Status

Builder: Dufour - Hull No. 34

Model: CT 12000 - Ketch

LOA: 45'-0" (13.7M)

LWL: 34'-3" (10.4M)

Beam: 13'-0" (4.0M)

Sail Area: Approx. 1000 Sq. Ft.

Hull: Fiberglass constructed out of "Vinylester Resin"
(High Quality Resin as compared to Production Boats using Polyester Epoxy.)

Spars: Aluminum with Heavy Duty Wire Shrouds and Stays. All Turnbuckles are machined from Solid Bar - Not Cast.

Displacement: 24,600 lbs (11,158 KG)

Ballast: 8,400 lbs (3,810 KG)

Draft: 5'4" (1.6M)

Head Rooms: 6'-4" (2M)

Berths: 7

Head/Shower: 2

Auxiliary: Perkins 4:108 with less than 2200 Hours.

55 HP

All Lewmar Winches

Head Sail: Pro-Furl Model LC42

1- Generator: Westerbeke Diesel 8 kw with less than 1500 Hrs.

1- Gas Stove/Oven Force 10 with 2 Aluminum Bottles

4- SS Fuel Tanks approx. 170 Gallons (700 liters) with Duel Oversize Racor Filters

4- SS Water Tanks approx. 160 Gallons (650 liters)

6- Marine Deep Cycle Batteries - 130 Amps each.

2- Marine AD Batteries - 130 Amps each.

2- Sets of Head Sail Sheets

2- CQR 45 lb Anchors on Custom Built Pulpit, with approx. 300 ft. (100 M) of 3/8"
Galvanized Chain

1- Danforth "Fortress", Aluminum Anchor - 35 lbs.

1- Anchor Windlass - Model TIGRES Made by Lofrans with Remote Controls, 770 lbs (350 KG)
lifting capacity.

2- 150 AMP Alternators on the Engine.

3- Airconditioners made by Cruisair - NEW 10,000-16,000 BTU

1- Transformer 220/110 Volts made by Charles Co. 7.5 KVA - NEW

2- Battery Chargers - 1 NEW made by Newmark - 40 AMPS

1- Microwave/Oven - 110 Volt

1- Crosby Refrigeration/Freezer System - 110 Volt

1- Givens Buoy Liferaft - 8 person Heavy Duty, Heavy Ballasted Electronics

1- Furuno Radar Model 1800 24 N.M. Range

1- Autopilot - Simrad/Robertson Model AP20 - NEW

1- Icom Ham Radio

2- VHF Radios

2- Magellan GPS Units

1- EPIRB Litton Model 952-02

Several Winch Handles, Harnesses by Lirakis, over 1000 ft. (350 M) of New 3/4" Rope, many Spares and Tools.

The Boat was surveyed in 2017, by a Certified Surveyor in Thessaloniki, Greece.


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