The boat was built in 2000 and designed by J&J Design. The ship was radically rebuilt in 2009 for sailing at sea with passengers and it now has a cutter rig and a generator room. Now a fast and practical "One Off" 50, is 16 meters long and has a beautiful teak deck with a spacious cockpit. The Cherokee is handy and therefore easy to sail. On board a total of eight passengers and two crew members can be taken on board. An extra Mate is also included on longer crossings.
The interior is attractive and practically timbered with mahogany. The cabin has a cozy sitting area and the galley is equipped with a fridge, freezer, electric hob and a combi oven with microwave. In every cabin there are storage cupboards for the luggage and hatches that can be opened. All cabins have a natural ventilation system and the toilets have a mechanical ventilation system (with timer). The boiler has been extended to 90 liters and the generator set cooling runs through it, so that there is also enough hot water at the anchorage to shower.
The cockpit has a lot of space with comfortable sofas and a table. If it cools down or starts to rain in the evening, we can set up a cockpit tent in no time so that you can also sit outside.
Type: "One Off" 50, designed by J&J Design
Construction year: 2000
Home improvement: 2009
Length: 16 m
Width: 4.55 m
Draft: 2 m
Sailing surface: 125 m²
Engine: Volvo Penta TMD 22, 78 hp
Generator set: 5.5 kW, Yanmar 1500 rpm
Inverter: 2.5 kW, Mastervolt combi
Battery capacity: 600 aH
Diesel tanks: 400 l
Water tanks: 700 l
Holding tank: 80 l
Accommodation: 8 passengers
Crew: 2 persons
Cabins: 3 cabins with double bed
2 cabins with 2 single beds
Toilet and shower: 2 toilets, 2 showers + outdoor shower
GPS with chart plotter
Radar Furuno 8062 (with SOLAS approval)
Navtex (for receiving navigation messages and storm warnings)
WIBE (short wave receiver of weather maps, and weather reports)
AIS-B Transponder (Automatic Identification System, receiver and sender of ship name and data to surrounding ships)
AIS plotter, which transmits the information of the ships, such as course, speed and passing distance
Echo sounder (depth sounder), anemometer, barograph
Automatically inflatable life jackets with lifeline with automatically activated light.
AIS-SART, a floating SOLAS approved Search and Rescue Transponder that sends the position with an emergency signal over the VHF for the surrounding shipping.
Markus lifenet, to be able to hoist people out of the water horizontally quickly.
Immersion suit, survival suit for the crew to guide a drowning person in the lifenet.
10 person life raft with insulated double bottom (with SOLAS approval and SOLAS A package equipment). Thanks to the hydrostatic release, the raft is automatically inflated and launched, should the ship sink.
Lifebuoys with light (with SOLAS approval).
Flares and hand flares (with SOLAS approval).
EPIRB with SOLAS approval (Emergency Position Indicating Beacon), which sends an emergency signal via satellites to the coast guard with the position and ship's name. The hydrostatic release automatically activates and launches the EPIRB should the ship sink.
VHF-DSC VHF (Digital Selective Calling), this VHF can send various emergency signals with automatically the position and ship name (MMSI number).
Hand-held VHF radio.
SOLAS approved radar reflector.
Price starts from €5,592 EUR for 7 nights.
After reservation 10%
6-5 months prior to sailing 20%
5-4 months prior to sailing 30%
4-3 months prior to sailing 40%
3-2 months prior to sailing 50%
2-1 months prior to sailing 75%
1 month -1 day prior to sailing 90%
On sailing date 100%
Please inquire directly through "Message Owner" for more details.
Usually this boat operates around 3051, NL.