Schooner / Goleta

Goleta Engine: MOTOR CATERPILLAR Year: 2014 Type: vela Flag: Spain Beam: 8,67 mts Loa: 52,50 mts Draft: 3,81 mts Displacement: 206.000 Kg

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Carlos Fandiño Fratamico



ENGINE CATERPILLAR C 18 Potencia: 803 HP con 220 Horas.

Mín.: 803 ch (803 hp)

Máx.: 1136 ch (1136 hp)


  • Genoa: 424 m2 

  • Main Sail: 334 m2 

  • Jib: 254 m2 

  • Brand: Doyle

  • Foremast

  • Mainmast

  • Trinquete   / Foresail

  • Mainsail

  • Genoa 1

  • Genoa 3

  • Small mast on de bowsprit

  • Fore-topmast staysail / Small jib

  • Asymmetrical Spinnaker 

  • Titanium Rightener /  Titanium Rigging Screw

  • They are regulated with simple tolos 

  • Stay Aft hydraulic 

  • Stay of hydraulic Bow 


This has a fully operational adjacent office.

Towards the bow is the lounge, which extends the entire width of the boat. There is a seating area and in front there is a dining table, with capacity for ten people, comfortably installed.

Continuing, towards the bow, on each side, a cabin with two beds and en-suite bathrooms

Further forward, on the port side, a cabin with two superimposed bunk beds and an en-suite bathroom.

To starboard galley

Next, towards the bow, to port: crew breakfast and meal area

To starboard, cabin with double bed and en-suite bathroom for Captain

And in the bow two cabins with overlapping bunk beds, with their respective bathrooms.


  • Length Over All: 52.50m / 172,24 feet. / Including your bow boom

  • Length On Deck: 45.80m / 150,22 feet

  • Length water line: 39,00 m / 127,92 feet

  • Beam: 8.67m / 28,43 Feet /

  • Draught: 3.81m / 12,50 Feet /

Displacement dry: 206 Tn.

Ballast: 62 Tn.

Relation: 30,09 %

Sailplan: Bermuda Schooner (1,084m²)

Standing Rigging: Carbo-Link (Switzerland)

Foremast: 48.98m, King Composite (Argentina)

Mainmast: 50.99m, King Composite (Argentina)

Foremast furling boom: 14.00m, King Composite (Spain)

Maimast furling boom: 16.50m, King Composite (Spain)

Bowsprit: 10.00m

Loft: Doyle Sails (New Zealand)

Fuel Tank: 15.940 Lt.

Drinking Water: 5.140 Lt.

Architect Design Javier Soto Acebal

Exterior e Interior Design Soto Acebal


BAMAR Hydraulic furlers: GFI 50 #195 // GFI 35 #150

Roller Furling Hydraulic BAMAR

Electrical Design and Monitoring System VCAM "CERVINA"

Accommodation Ladder Teak / Bronze

2 Anchor Windlass MUIR 11.000 , Chain stopper for pool anchor

CQR / 180 Kg 200 m chain & Sanguinetti / 240 Kg y 200 m of chain Sanguinetti 17,5 mm

Stern Pasarelle 3,20 m x 0,50 m Custon Teak / bronze

Composite Davit

Built under certifications of RINA homologation office


This is the construction of a larger yacht in Latin America and the largest carbon fiber

A significant helmet of carbon fiber / Epoxy-infusion

Carbon was the material chosen for its construction, because among the benefits of this material is to increase the ballast / displacement ratio,

The yacht is requested to be able to navigate in shallow waters, including the Río de la Plata

The keel is of type "T" with a very low center of gravity that helps keep your entire navigation plan.

The mast is produced by King Composite. Due to their excellent results in the Germanischer Lloyd Certificate, Carbo-Link is currently the only carbon rigging manufacturer able to provide solid carbon cables up to working loads of 100 tons making Carbo-Link the premier supplier of carbon rigging for superyachts.

19th century sailboat with 21st century technology


Timber: Teak and Walnut

Your electronics is the latest generation for navigation.

The schooner, began to be built four years and three months ago, recalled its owner (February 1, 2015)

The boat is the synthesis of the best naval architecture that combines marine excellence with absolute perfection in terms of comfort for the owner and his sailors.

The use of modern elements allows the boat to save weight.

The carbon fiber rigs allow to save a ton and a half of weight in comparison with those made on the basis of more conventional materials.

For the construction of the helmet, he had to obtain an authorization from the United States government for the purchase of carbon fiber.

Spanish company manufactures part of the roof hatches in carbon, as well as the rigging of labor and its design in collaboration with Italian company

Its installation is flush and adjusted to the curvature of the roof

The 3D design, the molds by numerical control, laminated by infusion and curing in a special oven.

They are also designers of the fixed and working rigging: halyards, sheets, coarse.

The main sail sheet has a workload of 16 tons and the Genoa of 15 tons

All its systems are hydraulic that are commanded from the wheelhouse with its buttons and this makes it crew with two or three people

Motor speed at sea: 17 knots

With 11 knots of wind the 7 knots of speed in sliding are reached