s/y 'Easy' Sold

Spec | For navigation | For safety | Logbook | Trips

'Easy' our 36 feet Catalina sailing boat (hull# 1739) is for sale. A full inspection was done in 2011 by a certified surveyor; download the report here. Of course you will request a full survey before you finalise your purchase... 'Easy' can be visited at Jachtmakelaardij 'De Valk'  in Monnickendam.

Price: € 77 000.  *** Sold and Transferred (I guess I have to remove this page now...) ***

'Easy' under sail with the 2012 sails from Kees van Vliet, photographed by Paul from s/y Harmattan
'Easy' Specs
And a link to dowload the original 1999 brochure.
Additional rigging:
Spinakerboom with required halyards.
Removable second forestay for high aspect with dedicated halyard.

Energy Balance

For navigation
Autohelm windset ST50
Autohelm tridata for depth and speed ST50
Autohelm navdata display for GPS data ST50
Raymarine ST5000+ auto pilot with electric motor below deck
Raymarine A70 chartplotter
RO4800 VHF radio
Dual band AIS receiver
iCom M73 hand-held VHF radio
Search light
Marine binoculars
Inflatable dinghy with outboard (optional)

2 fire extinguishers
1 fire blanket
2 Buckets (for more water....)
1 Electrical water pump
2 bilge pumps (Automatic, electric and manual)
3 life jackets (190N and 275N) with automatic lights and whistles
2 personal life lines with double snap hooks
2 arrester lines for boom (led aft) at sea
2 life lines over the length of the deck
A huge diving knife mounted to the cabin stairs
    (pirates are plentiful in Europe if I believe the music and movie companies)
Horseshoe buoy with automatic light
Life sling to retrieve MOB
Emergency VHF antenna
Boltcutter for 12 mm steel wire and hacksaw
Enough fire works and flares to blow up the boat
Life raft with supplies and flares (inspected 2012)

This is the log book we use when we're outside Dutch waters. We use the same basic thing when we're chartering a boat. The logbook comprises 4 different pages:
- Cover page with ship details
- Log page front
- Log page back
- Planning sheet
Download in MS Excel here:

The planning sheet from the log book