Interesting construction of the 90’s. The yacht seems to be small, but the interior is surprisingly spacious. In spite of the passage of time fulfills basic charter requirements which makes it quite a reasonable proposition of economic cruises. The classic shape of the hull makes this design sail much better than the newer model 37. By the last 5 years we sailed Gipsy from Italy by Adritic Sea, Black Sea, Greece Turkey  & Ciprus up to Gibraltar. We had in planes much longer trip, but we bought bigger yacht for that. Now Gipsy is start looking new owner 😉

Overall length: 10.95m

Length of the hull: 10.45m

Width: 3.45

Draft: 1.7m

Engine: 27HP Yanmar 2013r

Water tank: 300Lt

Fuel Tank: 65Lt

Number of cabins: 3

Number of koji: 6/8

Weight: 5200kg

Sails Area: 60m2



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Nasz jacht “Gipsy Queen”

Our yacht “Gipsy Queen”

If you come here you will probably sail on our yacht. Below you will find some details about the current state of the yacht:

Year of construction: 1990
Number of owners: 3
current flag – polish
commercial safety certificate,
Number of koji: 8, target number of crew: 6.
Sails: furling  genua, storm sail, Main sail
Lalizas B-PACK Liferaft 8pax, a set of security equipment (automatic vest), AIS-B, Map-Ploter (outside) tablet (inside), paper maps
The most important work on the yacht and retrofitting:

2020- new boom, new anchor chain, refreshing the interior wood (front cabin, saloon, stairs, nav table (down part).

2019-  Sandplasting and antiosmosis treating, Installation of Webasto heating & black water tank (75L) new Jabsco toilet, the galley refreshing, new gas and aft lockers, new SOLAS BPACK liferaft, new strong wind jib,

2018- AIS-B insalling, New Suzuki 2,5HP outboard engine, new dinghy, New propulsion line

2017- new Main Sail, new bilge pumps, cabin refreshment, new , new battery (3x100Ah domestic AGM, 1x Engine battery), tab plotter with navionic maps inside.
2016- galley Refreshment, map plotter in the cockpit, new flexi teak in the cockpit
2015 – new varnish on board,  new plotter, new VHF radio, new refrigeration components
2014 : New Facnor furling system 😉
2014 – new inflatable, new pneumatic vests
2013- New engine Yanmar 29HP + new prop units, hatch and skylight seal, new service batteries 300Ah + charging, New Lazy Jack,  new 220V installation, new Delta anchor
2012 / 2013- assembly (additional water tank, LED lighting, additional cupboard in the mess), spare new gene, ventilation in the galley
2012- overview of electrical installation (replacement of navigation lights, increase of battery capacity, heat water boiler assembly, )
2012 – new pontoon, new storm sail, new fuel tank, new bimini and sprayhood
2011- exchange of mast and rigging (December2011),
2010 / 2011- complete interior renovation (lacquering, replacement of carpets, replacement of all mattresses)
2010 hull painting (boards)