First I have to apologize: I do not speak Dutch.
Girelle had been started to build in 1987 in Netherlands but never been really sailed or finished, when I found hear in 2001 in Amsterdam at Rhebergen Multihulls.
Based on a Marples design, she had been built with the help of many professionals and is intended for long term cruising with a short-handed crew.
I am sailing her since 2002 , and did several trips in the North sea, moved her to Portugal and Canary Islands, later in Bretagne and finally in Netherlands again.
Now, Girelle is looking for a new owner who may want to move her further and give the attention she needs.
Type Model, CC-49
Year built, from 1987 / launched 2002
Build.Material C. CONSTANT CAMBER TECHN. ®
Hulls wood+ époxy / foam/glas
Length w.l. 14,95 m
Beam o.a.; 9,60 m
Draught(s) 0,85 m / 2,60 m
Displacement 6500 kg
Keel/Board type; daggerboard +Newick crash system
Type of rig 7/8 bermuda sloop, Carbon/ wood / fiber turning wing-mast
Mainsail 1 x 65 m² North sails, 6 x full length battens on Harken rail
Fock Furl.Jib 1 x 32 m² Kevlar, Lee Sails, (+1 Spare ~ 27m², North sails)
Other sails 1 x Gennaker 130 m², Leesails; Spi, storm jib (coversail)
Reefing system Mainsail; 3 reefpoints
Mainsheet-system; Harken traveller on aftcabin
Electronics: VHF, AIS, Raymarine Plotter , older Furuno Plotter/Radar, Airmar weather station …
Engine: 1,8 l Ford Diesel, ~55 HP, 3 blade turning prop.
Berth: 2 double (1 extra long) and 1 navigator single and one in the salon.
Condition: We have had a three week vacation and sailing about 1000 miles in summer 2019, thus the boat is ready to go.
Of course, it is not a new boat and you may find several spots which can be improved or painted. (The deck had been renewed / painted in 2017 by Rhebergen in Amsterdam)
Main sail and jib are working, but may be replaced before going on a long distance trip.
The price is upon negotiation and you may decide which equipment to take or not.
Sorry, I am not really interested to trade in another boat unless it is something really small and foiling on at least two hulls or an competitive MiniTransat.