Analia Tax paid Engine: Year: 1925 Type: vela Flag: Beam: 4.34 mts Loa: 21.80 mts Draft: 2,98 mts Displacement: Kg

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The ANALIA was built in the 1920s by the prestigious British shipyards of the BERTHON BOAT COMPANY according to the project and specifications of Scottish ALFRED MYLNE (1872 – 1951). The Berthon Boat Company is one of the oldest shipyards still in active that, since its foundation over 200 years ago, remains the property of the same family of navigation lovers, the Mays.

Launched in England (Lymington) in 1925 with the original name of MAIRIE, it received the Maltese Cross of the LLOYD’S REGISTER -one of the highest-rated awards within this authority- thanks to the quality and high standards of its design, materials and constuction process.

In 1930, the boat is acquired by its first Spanish owner, Mr. Miguel Sans Mora, this time under the name of VANESSA. Mr. Sans Mora was an unforgettable figure, and one of the main driving forces behind Spain and Europe’s competitive navigation. A man that, for more than 20 years, carried out the role of Commodore at the Real Nautical Club of Barcelona and President of the International Committee of the Mediterranean with enthusiasm and skill.

In that same year, Mr. Sans moves the boat to Spain and, following the family tradition, renames it to CONCHA II (his mother’s name), and competes in many races with excellent results. It is worth highlighting the first competition organized in Barcelona after the Civil War, which covered the route between Barcelona and Palma.

The different scale models and paintings that decorate some of the Club’s quarters are a great memory of that era and the importance of the ANALIA. It is worth noting a magnificient painting by Jose Maria Prim, where the boat is depicted with its original tackle and the sails perfectly positioned, demonstrating the skill of an artist well-versed in the art of sailing.

In 1947, Mr. Sans sells the boat to D. Ramón Beamonte del Río, and replaces it for the equally emblematic ALTAIR. Mr. Beamonte del Rio moves it to the Balearic Islands and subjects it to an intense restoration process that included the replacement of the original tackle with the spanker sail for the actual Marconi. In the 50, the boat has many different owners and undergoes several name changes (LHASA, ADASTRA, POLYNOME, …) until the beggining of the 60s when it’s acquired by the Count of Estradas, who changes its name to ANALIA (legend says that it was name in honour of the Spanish-Argentine actress, Analía Gadé, pretty famous in those days and a close friend of the Estradas family).

In the 70s, the boat returns to Catalonia along with Mr. Mariano Martí-Ventosa, who docks it in Aiguadolçe until the mid 90s when it’s acquired by Mr. Boissier, a french shipowner who crosses the Atlantic Ocean with it in 1998. Right after, he moves it to Cannes, and it becomes, once again a regular of the Mediterranean regattas for classic boats.

In 2010 it’s acquired by the actual shipowner, who docks it once again in the Real Nautic Club of Barcelona. At the same time, the boat undergoes a new and careful restoration developed in several stages under the technical guidance of the prestigious naval office BARRACUDA YATCH DESIGN. During this process, a teckwood deck identical to the original which remains as a base is built, preserving all the original elements and features while still maintaining the Marconi tackle.

Both the framework, the hull and the ANALIA’s deck are built entirely in teakwood, whereas the furnishings and the interior marquetry elements are made of mahogany and teakwood, with iroko wood payoles.

A true eye-catcher is the completely original, English-styled living room, with its decorative and functional original details such as pulleys, bathroom fittings and bathrooms. Also worth highlighting is the shell-shaped chart room, made in casted wood -a period innovation that confers a particular and unmistakeable sign of identity.

Builder      Berthon Boat Company

Year   1925

Length Overall    75ft/ 22.9m

Lenght On Deck    72ft/21.9m

Lenght Waterline   53 ft / 16.1m

Beam   14.4 ft/ 4.4 m

Draft 8.5ft / 2.6m

Displacement    42.94 Tons

Construction    Wood with Epoxy Coating (2012)

Sail Area 3326 Sq.ft



 Yawl rigged, all the standing rigging and masts have been fully checked and renovated where necesary. New sail

configuration, with added bowsprit and extra forestay for light wind genoa New masthead fitting, adapted to the new

Complete new sails package from North Sails:


118 m2, Double cloth, cream colour.

Classic style finish (half width cloth).

4x battens.

2x lines of reefing.


28 m2, cream colour.

Classic style finish (half width cloth)

4x battens.

2x lines of reefing.

Genoa 1:

163 m2, roller furling, cream colour.

Classic style finish (half width cloth)

With UV band.

Genoa 2:

82 m2, roller furling, cream colour.

Classic style finish (half width cloth)

With UV band.


55 m2, cream colour.

Classic style finish (half width cloth).


345 m2, Roller furling, Norlom 150



Raymarine Radar

2 x Raymarine Plotters.

Raymarine Automatic Pilot

1 x VHF con DSC + External Raymic Raymarine Wind electronics .

Depth and speed transducers.

HiFi with marine exterior Bose speakers.

Ipod Dock

Electrical Equipment

- Genset starting battery. 90Ah/12V. Already existing one.

- 2x emergency batteries, 200Ah/12V producing 200Ah/12V.

- 6x Service batteries, 200Ah/12V each. Production 600Ah a 24V.

- All hermetic batteries placed on ventilated areas.

- 2x AC power supplies, 6kW, 220V. Plus 2x isolation tranformers.

- 1x Inverter / Charger Quattro 8kVA.

- 2x 24V/12V Transformers.

- Existing emergency battery charger.

- 220V supply in each cabin.

- Main switch board including separated switchboards for 220V, 24V and 24V

- Some of the 24V consumers on board:

o Lighting.

o Fridges.

o Fresh Water Pressure Pump.

o Grey & Black Water System.

o 3x Automatic bilge pumps.

o Anchor windlass.

o Winches.

o Genoa Furlers.

o WCs Systems.

o Engine Room Ventilation

- Main 220v consumers:

o Stoves.

o Microwave.

o Service 220V.

o Hot Water.

o Watermaker

o Air conditioning

o () Only with generator running or with shore supply.

- 24V emergency consumers:

o Navigation instruments.

o Comunications.

o Navigation Lights.

o 24/12V.  



Engine 1: Engine Make: Perkins Saber M135

Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

Transmission Type: SHAFT

Engine power: 135 HP


Number of single bunks: 2

Number of bunk beds with two beds: 2

Number of double berths: 1

Number of cabins: 3

Number of bathrooms: 2


One double cabin and two twin cabins with upper and lower bunks.

All three cabins share one head compartment aft.

Forward of these is the saloon and the galley.

There is crew accommodation in the bow, which is also used for sail storage.


Crew Cabin

Renewed floors, bulkheads, doors, furniture, ceilings, beds, selves, hardware, hinges...etc.

White lacquer and varnished wood panels.

Guest Cabin

Renewed floors, bulkheads, doors, furniture, ceilings, bed, mirrors, selves, hardware, hinges...etc.

White lacquer and varnished wood panels.

Rest of living area.

Minor adjustments and some hardware replaced.


New Grey Water tank, 280Lt capacity. Ventilated.

New Black Water tank, 180Lt capacity. Ventilated.

2 x valves in ER for discharge selection.

2 x electric pumps in ER.

1 x manual pump in ER.

Discharge through deck fitting or through discharges tube in ER exiting 200mm below DWL.

2 x Sumpbox for storage and pumping of grey water to main storage


The hull was deeply restored to eliminate the water ingress and the deterioration

of the planks due to the moisture. Also structural deterioration was evident. An

epoxy based work was done, using West System guidelines. No fibre

reinforcement was used.

Steering system

Renewed Steering System :

New Rudder.

New Rudder stock in SS.

New stern post.

New stock top head..

Steering purchase system modified

Deck Equipment

All metal works made on Inox. 316L.

- New forestay chainplate.

-  New bowsprit including all the rigging and hardware..

-  New genoa 1 and 2 electric furlers. Reckmann EF90.

-  New anchor admiralty type, and anchor support on port side.

-  New chain box.

-  Stanchions repaired.

-  New navigation lights support.

-  New structural reinforced winch supports.

-  New tender manual lifts.

-  New cortesy LED light all around the gunwale.

-  New G1 and G2 sheeting points.

-  Gangway repaired..

-  Main sheet system modified, including two stoppers.

-  New Gennaker sheeting point.

-  Steering seats repaired, storage boxes added below.

Air conditioning