|Tax Status:||Tax Paid|
Approved for: 4 people
Setup and division
WC cabin, saloon, bow cabin, outside steering position, aft exit
Oven, refrigerator, sink, electric refrigerator, ceramic hob electric, dishes,
Depth sounder, log, compass, VHF radio, passive and active radar reflector with alarm, sea charts, echo sounder,
Chart plotter, NMEA 0183 NMEA 2000 SEATalk
AIS class B altiv, on-board computer, autopilot with rudder angle indicator, chart plotter + GPS, sep. 2. GPS, radar,
sail cover, window cover, cockpit cover, bimini top, spray hood,
Diesel generator, starter battery, bilge alarm, electric bilge pump, mechanical bilge pump, small safe,
Solar system with charge controller, windlass bow el., Weather station, shore connection, 3 separate battery chargers,
Battery monitor, hot water system, heating, main circuit breaker, hour meter, heating diesel,
Pressurized water system, DC-AC converter Sinus 1300W, position lights,
Engine: Vetus M4.14 (Mitsubishi) Power: 24 (33) KW (PS) rev counter
Fuel: Diesel Cooling: Dual circuit Year of manufacture: 1994
Drive: shaft propeller: fixed propeller 3 blades
Control type: tiller control
March speed: 5 kn Max. Speed: 6 kn
Range: 900 nm Operating hours: 2400
Keel: bilge keel
Mast height: 14.2 m
Main sail: 22 m²
Jib: 22 m²
Genoa: 40 m²
Tanks fuel tank: 2 x 150 l
Water tank: 2 x 150 l holding tank: 50 l
Rooms berths: 2 bow cabins + 2 cabins:
Wet room: 1 bathing platform shower hot and cold
Pulpit, anchor, radio, fenders, manuals, vacuum toilet, guard rail, underwater paint, toilet
electric, bathing ladder, DVD player, cockpit table, stern shower hot / cold, anchor chain, TV antenna /
DVB-T receiver, fabric upholstery, TV flat screen, loudspeaker in the cockpit, gangway,
Integrated bathing platform, tools, mp3 player, CD player, anchor box, boat crane manually, second
Anchor, holding tank, equipment carrier
Sailing & rigging
Mast laying device, genoa, lazy jacks, sloop rigging, jib, mainsail - battened mainsail, aluminum boom,
Mainsail, self-tacking jib, furling genoa, lazy bag,
Life jacket, fire blanket, first-aid kit, MOB system, fog horn, flags, Epirb system,
Life belts, fire extinguishers, distress signals, lifebuoy, alarm system
Cacique is equipped for 2 people for long trips. So 2 guests can be taken for a few days
become. A compact boat with complete equipment, high safety reserve and balanced
Seakeeping. No regatta boat.
VA radar mast at the rear with active radar reflector, horn, swiveling boom with pulley, insulated
Backstay as antenna, Pagedo diesel generator 230V 4000W, NMEA 2000, Sea Talk. .
Most of the equipment is new from 2009 to 2017.
We had CACIQUE in 2020 for a complete overhaul for 7 weeks in the dry storage to clean the underwater ship, renew zinc electrons, new sensor for deep speed, seal on-board valves, repaint the rudder blade. Apply several layers of new antifouling.
Steel boats get very old with proper care. No osmosis GRP, no galvanic pitting aluminum, not
Wood susceptible to rotting, no danger during thunderstorms. High security with flotsam, ground contact. Lots
Equipment double. 2 keels, 2 forestay, 2 backstay, 1 diesel engine 1 diesel generator, 2
Battery charging systems, 2 switchable batteries, 2 diesel tanks, 2 switchable filter systems diesel, 2
Water filter 2 water tanks, 2 anchors, 3 independent GPS systems, 2 chart plotters, 2 FM antennas, 2
Indicators for wind, speed, depth, position, 2 headsails
CACIQUE is a steel sailing yacht designed by Kurt Reinke Bremen.
Type 10M with 10.35m length, 3m width, and a draft of 1.10m bilge keel. Standing height in the cabin. Displacement 6,6t by built-in 7t
many of this type have been built by do-it-yourselfers. Our CACIQUE is not welded itself but built by the Hansa shipyard and has REINKE type approval.
It was important to us not to have a light boat, but a safe one. The saloon and engine compartment are separated by a watertight bulkhead and there is a bulkhead in the foredeck.
After a thunderstorm experience on a plastic boat, I decided to only go to the sea in a metal boat. The danger at sea is not wind and waves, but flotsam. Steel only gets dents when ramming.
In recent years there has been constant maintenance and modernization.
The sails changed so that you can set, reef and recover the sails without leaving the safe cockpit.
For safety reasons, we did without gas and installed a water-cooled diesel generator that can be started at the push of a button. So we cook, the batteries are charged, vacuum cleaners, drills, flex and more operate. We only need diesel as an energy source.
Kasko: Hansawerft steel 2K coated 1994
Rig: Herot with mast laying device, clearance height 14.20 m 2005
Mainsail: 22sqm 3 reef battened 2016 lazy lines with tree bag
Genoa: 40sqm roll system 2011
Self-tacking jib: 22sqm 2016 Rollreff 2011
Binimi or cake stand above the cockpit with 3 exit openings.
Anchor winch: E-Spill Quik 1000 50m 8mm chain 209 with 35kg claw anchor
2. Anchor: 10kg aluminum anchor can be dismantled with a 10m chain and 40m line at the stern.
Winches: 2x rakes 40 dc. Bbd. 1x LEWMAR 30 middle for traps and reff. 2010
Engine: Diesel Vetus M4.14 24.3 kW 33PS
Propeller: 3 blade fixed 18 "x 13" and shaft as reserve,
VHF radio: Simrad RD87
Handheld radio: Cobra
GPS: Furuno GP-37 with its own antenna at the rear
Lot log: Raymarin ST60 Tridata Seatalk
Compass: Raymarin ST60 steering
Autopilot: Raymarin ST61 with linear motor 1 2014
Wind vane: Raymarin ST61 2016
Chart plotter: Raymarin C-80 Nav, radar, GPS with seperator GPS and radio antenna active AIS class B 2009
TVMonitor: TFT-LCD / TV with CD player 2010
Radio: ALPINE CDM-9807RB
Barograph: NASA Meteoman 2009
3x battery 12V AGM 100A / h = 300 VA 2015
Starter battery: 60A / h 2010
Charger: Mastervolt IVO 12 / 40-3
Inverters: 12VDC - 230V AC Sinus 1500 W with independent 230V switching. 2010
230 V generator: Pagedo Diesel 4000Watt 2009
Toilet: Vacuumsysten SeaLand model 706 with 80l waste tank
Active radar reflector with warning tone when someone is approaching.
Waste water tank: OCEAN 4020H 70l
Water sterilizer: 3M bacteria filter US-E2 99.9%
Warm water boiler: Quick BX 20 230V and motor
Cool box: Kissmann KB40 IPEN
Heating: Webasto Air Top 5000
Diesel tank: 2x 150l CAN SE9002 3 diesel filter water separator switchable
Water: 1x 100l plastic 1x 240l V4A
|No. of engines:||1|
|Engine model:||Vetus M4.14|
|Drive type:||Stern drive|
|Length over all:||34'|
|Length at waterline:||31'|
|Keel type:||Twin Keel|
|Displacement:||7 metric tons|
|Fuel capacity:||80 Gallons|
|Water capacity:||80 Gallons|
|Holding tank capacity:||10 Gallons|