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  • Bow
  • Steering position
  • Helm
  • Pilothouse
  • Control panel
  • Main salon
  • Main salon with bar
  • Main salon stairs
  • Mast view to main salon
  • Owner's cabin
  • Owner's cabin 2
  • Owner's double bathroom
  • Twin guest cabin
  • Dinette
  • Generator
  • Engine
  • Portside
  • Sailing
  • Watercolour
  • Layout
  • Deck plan
  • Cruising
  • Bow
    Bow
  • Steering position
    Steering position
  • Helm
    Helm
  • Pilothouse
    Pilothouse
  • Control panel
    Control panel
  • Main salon
    Main salon
  • Main salon with bar
    Main salon with bar
  • Main salon stairs
    Main salon stairs
  • Mast view to main salon
    Mast view to main salon
  • Owner's cabin
    Owner's cabin
  • Owner's cabin 2
    Owner's cabin 2
  • Owner's double bathroom
    Owner's double bathroom
  • Twin guest cabin
    Twin guest cabin
  • Dinette
    Dinette
  • Generator
    Generator
  • Engine
    Engine
  • Portside
    Portside
  • Sailing
    Sailing
  • Watercolour
    Watercolour
  • Layout
    Layout
  • Deck plan
    Deck plan
  • Cruising
    Cruising

Lawley & Son 49m

Overview
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With a fascinating history throughout the twentieth century, this 49m schooner was designed by A. S. Chesebrough in 1905 as one of the last big classic yachts. Lovingly restored 2001 to 2003 by experienced and specialized italian companies, the interior design was completed in a most attractive and modern style.

The saloon situated amidships hosts starboard a dining area with a settee in leather and the extendable table, plus a cosy bar with antique brass stools on the opposite. The oak floor with marquetry and the cherrywood wall panelling takes you back to a long bygone era of elegance. The passageway leading aft to the guest cabins splits to pass either side of the main mast. A beautiful circular lobby leads towards the curved double doors of the twin bedded main cabin, being both, spacious and very traditional, with curved deck-beams, double skylights overhead and a double bathroom. On both sides the lobby opens to two twin bedded guest cabins, each en suite.

Forward to the saloon are a fully-equipped modern galley, dinette and two crew twin cabins while the captain owns a double cabin. The engineroom is completely modern and immaculate and except for the original compass binnacle, everything else on the yacht has been replaced. The schooner stands out for an easily-driven hull of classic wineglass section, deep draught, long overhangs and an absolute cloud of sail.

This fabulous, unique and fast sailing yacht is looking for a traditional and classic yacht enthusiast ready to sail around the world.
Shipyard George Lawley & Son
Model/Series Schooner 49m
Year 1905
Refit 2001-2003
Length overall 49.00 m / 160′9″
Beam 7.88 m / 25′10″
Draught (min) 4.35 m / 14′3″
Price 4,500,000 €
Total Cabins 6
For more information on this yacht, please contact Lukas Stratmann.

Main Characteristics

Type of Yacht Sailing Yacht
Shipyard George Lawley & Son
Model/Series Schooner 49m
Fly Bridge no
Classification RINA MALTA CROSS A 100:1
Naval Architect Albert Stanton Chesebrough
Interior Designer Anna Signorini
Year 1905
Refit 2001-2003

Listing Information

Flag Anguilla (British West Indies)
Location Spain
Price 4,500,000 €

Accommodation

Owner Cabins 1
Guest Cabins 2
Crew Cabins 3
Berth Description The 2 guest cabins have twin beds, the captain's cabin 1 double bed.

Main Machinery

Main engines type CATERPILLAR Mod. 3406E DI-TA 700 hp
Main engines power 520 kW / 707 hp
Bowthruster type Hydraulic
Sternthruster type Hydraulic

Tank Capacity

Fuel Tank 16,280 l
Fresh water tank 3,600 l

Navigation Equipment

For more information on this yacht, please contact Lukas Stratmann.