Vientodora 65
€ 495.000
VAT Paid
Sailing Yacht
19,95 m
5,30 m
1,50 m
For Sail Marina Port Zélande
Mitsubishi 190 HP / 140 kW
sloop cutter rigged
Beautifull classic design, very seaworthy. Lift keel 1.50-3.00m. 2x Cabin, spacious saloon, electr. winches, Genoa+Cutter Jib(10). Trade-in negotiable

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Deck design:
steel deck with cork (Marine-Deck - teak look-a-like), sanded in September 2011
steel superstructure, repainted in creme in 2010 and also new antislip paint from 2010
hydraulic lifting keel, adjustable from 1.50 up to 3.00 m draft
rudder in skeg
Steering system:
hydraulic Exalto steering, varnished teak pedestal in the cockpit with stainless steel steering wheel (covered with leather) and via the autopilot inside the deckhouse
Tempered glass windows (double glazed) Rafa in aluminum frames in the deckhouse, Lewmar hatches and windows in the superstructure
Load displacement (kg):
approx. 42,000
Ballast (kg):
approx. 10,000 (lead)
Vertical clearance (m):
approx. 25 meter
Casco built by Mekon Yachtbuilding in Lemmer - the Netherlands
Martin Bekebrede
This yacht has been built between 2001 and 2004. Steel hull, painted creme in 2008. Cockpit floor and seats are laid with cork (Marine-Deck - teak look-a-like). Fixed teak cockpit table with folding side panels. The bottom from the hull has been treat in August/September 2015 with a complete new epoxy primer system, 1 layer of hard antifouling and 1 layer of self polishing antifouling and new anodes. Part exchange (sailing yacht or motor vessel) is negotiable!


Material, colours:
modern mahogany interior with a white ceiling and white walls (with wallpaper with a transparent epoxy - so durable and easy to clean) and a very solid oak floor
Upholstery, curtains:
blue ribbed upholstery in the deckhouse and blue upholstery in the saloon (renewed in 2010)
fore cabin, saloon and aft cabin
4 - 6 berths
minimal of 2.00 m in the deckhouse and in the galley. Approx. 1.90 - 1.97 m in the saloon, in both cabins in the bathroom and in the toilet
2003: 2x electric Rheinstrom toilet (flushed with fresh water from the watertank)
very luxurious, spacious and fully tiled bathroom with a separate Huppe shower cabin (with thermostatic mixer and luxury shower head)
Sound system/TV:
Yamaha RX-4357 Cinema DSP Digital Radio / CD Player with a Sub Woofer SW-P130 and (5x) Surround Sound speakers in the saloon and 2 Waterproof 60 Watt Blauwpunkt cockpit speakers
Philips HD Flatscreen TV connected to the surround sound system
Cooking device:
2003: Siemens 4x induction cooker (half cardanic)
2003: electric Siemens oven/microwave combination
Microwave oven:
2003: electric Siemens oven/microwave combination
2003: built in Liebherr Kissman 12 Volt front loader fridge
Luxurious brown leather seat in the saloon. The spacious galley on port side (below the deckhouse) is provided with a mahogany workingtop and a stainless steel wash basin. The fridge and the Siemens Hi-Sense dishwasher are mounted under the working top. Philips coffee machine. Miele Soft Care System WT2670 washer/dryer (in engine compartment).

Engine, electrics, water

190 HP / 140 kW
Mitsubishi 6D16 TE 1 (Turbo has been removed and a professional air filter has been mounted in October 2011)
Year built:
2002, but installated and commissioned (first time started) in 2004
Engine hours:
approx. 500 hours
Fuel tank:
2x approx. 1,500 liter steel tank (tank is accessible via man holes)
Cooling system:
Keel Cooling, the engine (including intake manifold) is cooled by coolant in a closed circuit through the keel
mechanical gearbox with Bloxflex, a stainless steel shaft and 3 bladed 28" solid bronze propeller
Cruising speed (knots):
approx. 8.5 knots
Max speed (knots):
approx. 9.5 knots
Fuel consumption:
approx. 7.5 liter per hour
Measuring instruments:
1x external cooling water temperature gauge, 1x temperature alarm with indicator and 1x oil pressure alarm with indicator
Bow thruster:
2003: hydraulic 10 HP Exalto bow thruster
12, 24 and 230 Volt
Operating panel:
professional fuse box with automatic fuses, Mastervolt Battery Monitor, 2x Voltmeter, 3x Amp gauge and 1x Hz gauge
June 2016: 4x 150 AH Calcium service battery, 2x 102 AH engine battery and 1x 180 AH generator battery
Battery charger:
2004: Mastervolt Dakar combi 24 Volt / 3,000 Watt / 100 A
2004: Mitsubishi 15 KVA, in a well-insulated box, with approx. 500 hours. The generator is cooled by coolant that in a closed system and runs through the keel. The generator has a dry exhaust
2004: Mastervolt Dakar combi 24 Volt / 3.000 Watt / 100 A
Water pressure system:
electric water pressure system with a pressure vessel and the electric water pump has been renewed in July 2016
Warm water:
2004: approx. 120 lter hot water boiler (heated via 230 Volt from the generator or shore power)
Water tank:
2x approx. 1,000 liter stainless steel tank (both tanks are accessible via man holes)
Holding tank:
approx. 500 liter steel tank with indicator. Equipped with an electric pump to empty the holding tank into the sea
Shore power:
fixed shore power connection with a circuit breaker and a shore power cable
Water tank gauge:
Oil pressure gauge:
Temperature meter:
The electrical system has been installed by Gova Electronica and is mostly 230 Volt, delivered by the inverter. Only the navigation system, the fridge, the toilets and the bilgepumps are powered by 12 or 24 Volt. Victron Isolation Transformer 3600. The fuel system from the engine has a Separ fuel filter with a water seperator and an alarm. The external cooling system of the engine and the generator are connected to two seperated cooling compartments on the keel. The engine has been provided with a wet exhaust in 2011. This cooling system (with sea water) has been placed in the exhaust system (which means behind the engine), so no salt water passes through the engine. Various spare parts for the engine and the generator onboard.

Rig and sails

sloop cutter rigged
Spars, stays:
2004: Hall Spars aluminum AWL-Grip White sprayed mast and boom, manual solid boomvang, stainless steel stays, double set of spreaders
2004: Harken: 2x 64ST (electric), 2x 53ST, 1x 44ST on the mast
Sails material:
white Dacron sails
Main sail:
2004: NED 31 Sails: Full battened mainsail with Frederiksen tracks
Main sail reefing system:
3x reef
2010: Elvstrom: Offshore Furling Genoa with a grey UV protection strip
Genoa reefing system:
2004: Harken MK III Series 3 Furling Jib system
Fore sail:
2010: Elvstrom: Offshore Furling Cutter Jib with a grey UV protection strip (usable as a self-tacking Jib)
Fore sail reefing system:
2010: Harken MK IV Series 3 Furling Jib system
Creme painted Carbon spinnaker pole (2004) mounted on a rail on the front side of the mast. Stainless steel granny bars around the mast. Harken deck gear, mainsail sheet traveller, genoa rails (renewed in 2010 and mounted more inwards on the deckhouse roof, so the yacht can be sailed higher up wind). Blocks and a traveller rail for the self-tacking Jib. Dark blue mainsail cover. Lazy Jacks.

Navigation and electronics

Navigation lights:
3 colour mast head-, anchor-, steam-, deck-, bow- and sternlight
2004: Suunto compass on the pedestal
Rudder indicator:
2004: via Raymarine autopilot
2004: Raymarine ST60 Tridata
2004: Raymarine ST60 Tridata
2004: Raymarine ST60 Wind
2004: Raymarine ST6001
2004: Raymarine C120 radar/chart plotter mounted on a rotating stainless steel support in the deckhouse, so the screen can be seen from the cockpit
in the chart plotter
2004: Raymarine Ray 240E with a speaker, fitted at the entrance of the deckhouse/cockpit
2004: ICS Nav 6
Chart plotter:
2004: Raymarine C120 radar/chart plotter mounted in the deckhouse, equipped with an AIS transponder and receiver
Charts, pilots:
1x digital chart for the chart plotter
4 kW radar antenna has been half-cardanic mounted on a radar pole (painted creme in 2010) on the stern. Schatz clock (2004), Barometer (2004) and a temperature-/hygrometer (2004).


1x galvanised Jambo anchor (2006) with approx. 60 meter chain and a spare anchor
2004: hydraulic stainless steel MUIR windlass, operated from the bow
Fenders, lines:
2008: bimini with a stainless steel frame
Swimming ladder:
stainless steel swimming ladder (on the stern) with teak steps
Sea rails, pushpit, pullpit:
double stainless steel railing with amidships openings and steps in the hull, which also can be used as swimming ladder (in case the swimming ladder on the stern hasn't been folded down - this is a safety element)
approx. 2.60 m Aquatop Dinghy
Outboard engine:
Mercury 2.5 HP
Davits, crane:
the dinghy can be lifted out of the water by the hydraulic gangway and secured underneath
An hydraulic and telescopic (maximum length of 3 meter) stainless steel with teak Opacmare gangway has been installed in 2009. The gangways has a removable railling on one side and is operated from the stern and via an extra remote control. Air compressor (230 Volt, HP 1.5) installed in the engine compartment in 2004 (can be used to inflate a dinghy a.o.). Shower on the aft deck with hot and cold water (the thermostat/mixing tap is mounted below deck). Deck wash pump (with seawater).


CE certification:
Partly incomplete and request in process
Life jackets, harnesses:
4x life jacket
Life raft:
2004: Sea-Safe 6 persons liferaft (needs to be surveyed) in a container, mounted in a stainless steel bracket, which is on the port side stainless steel granny bar (next to the mast)
Bilge pump:
2x electric bilge pump
Fire extinguisher:
3x fire extinguisher
2x Resque buoy. 1x Grab Bag.