Jac M Iversen International 9-Metre for sale

Norway, Scandinavia

£185,752GBP
Listed price €220,000 EUR

Tax Not paid / Excluded

Jac M Iversen International 9-Metre
General information
Make/model
Jac M Iversen International 9-Metre
Category
Sail boat for sale
Price
£185,752 GBP | Listed price €220,000 EUR
Tax / VAT status
Not paid / Excluded
Name of boat
NANNA
Year
1939
Designer
Jac M Iversen
Length overall
13.94 metres
Length waterline
9.50 metres
Length on deck
13.94 metres
Beam
2.95 metres
Draft
2.01 metres
Displacement
11,000 kg
Hull
wood
Keel
Full Keel
Location
Norway, Scandinavia

About this Jac M Iversen International 9-Metre

English

BROKER'S COMMENTS

NANNA's clean, flush-decked understated elegance is obviously Scandinavian, while her provenance and jaunty sheer bring a hard to define, charming and entrancing difference; we'll call it the Jac M. Iversen effect. This is a yacht that for 80 years has broken hearts, and with her very subtle modernity in sail handling - a highly efficient single-hander - and beautifully preserved 1930s simplicity down below, NANNA should succeed in doing so for many years to come. It’s hard to imagine going ashore in the tender after a sparkling day’s sail without a longing glance back to this very special yacht.

HISTORY

Jac M. Iversen Design No. 631

Through its now legendary annual Trebåtfestival, NANNA’s birthplace, Risør on Norway’s south east coast, has become the centre of awareness of all things Norwegian in traditional boat and yacht construction.

Possibly commissioned by Stabekk, Oslo, manufacturer Sigmund Sørum, NANNA is one of a pair of Iversen-designed International Rule 9-Metre Fast Cruisers built just before the Second World War by Emanuel Moen & Sønn at the Nilsen og Brødrene yard, Moen, near Risør. The other was UNNI, for Oslo gold and silversmith Arthur David-Anderson. They may have been the last 9-Metres ever built.

By this time Norwegian-born Jac M. Iversen had been long established in Stockholm, Sweden - firstly at the Plym yard, and subsequently to his own account as a highly regarded and proficient designer with a very artistic hydrodynamic eye and a reputation for structural detail. But he had obviously not been forgotten in the country of his birth.

NANNA has benefitted from a combination of Iversen's penchant for specifying wood rather than metal floors (the structural members that tie the hull's frames to the ballast keel) - so no mix of structural metals, from acclimatisation over 80 years in the same locale, and from short sailing seasons with careful winter storage ashore. She also enjoyed a major - and award winning at Risør Trebåtfestival 1998 - restoration led by her 1990s to early 2000s owner, Guttorm Guttormsen.

The addition in recent years of efficient sail handling systems - roller-furling headsail and self-tailing (potentially electric) sheet winches - leaves NANNA a very easily sailed sloop - the kind of boat that gets you from A to B speedily with little fuss, and garners admirers along the way.

CONSTRUCTION

- Oregon pine planking

- Oak keel, stem, sternpost

- Sawn oak frames with 2 x intermediate oak timbers

- Oak floors (no metal)

- Teak laid deck

- Mahogany deck and internal carpentry

REFIT/ RESTORATION

Late 1990s owner-led restoration by Guttorm Guttormsen, Oslo

DECK LAYOUT, EQUIPMENT AND GROUND TACKLE

FROM AFT

- Varnished teak toerail, raw teak capped

- Raw teak covering boards

- Varnished mahogany kingplanks

- Chromed mooring fairleads port and starboard

- Ensign staff socket

- Chromed bronze and teak mooring cleats port and starboard

- Rudder head

- 4 x Mainsheet padeyes

- Tufnol mainsheet blocks

- 2 x Hinged lazarette locker/ helm hatch

DEEP COCKPIT

- Mahogany raised coamings

- V-grooved lining giving angled back rest

- Benches port and starboard

- Grating sole; top engine access under

- Steering compass in bracket at aft coaming

- Companionway with stereo

SIDE DECK

- 4 x Chromed bronze Lewmar 40 self-taining sheet winches

- Winches have potential to be electrically operated

- Chromed bronze Highfield runner levers port and starboard

- Stainless steel deck protection plates

- Stainless steel and bronze runner sheaves port and starboard

- Headsail toerail tracks port and starboard; tufnol blocks

MID DECK

- Flush companionway sliding hatch

- Large butterfly skylight over saloon

- Chromed bronze and teak cleats port and starboard

- Jib blocks on padeyes with springs port and starboard

- Diesel heater flue

- Mast position

FOREDECK

- Scandinavian pattern hinged forehatch with portlight

- Teak chocks to port for spinnaker pole

- Chromed bronze and teak centreline mooring cleat

- Recessed chromed bronze mooring fairleads port and starboard

- Lewmar bronze vertical drum windlass and chain gipsy

- Teak chocks for anchor stowage

- Stainless steel capped stemhead with bow roller

GROUND TACKLE

- Anchor chain 50 m

- Anchor (type TBA)

ACCOMMODATION AND DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

FROM AFT

- Flush-with-deck sliding companionway hatch

- Double louvred doors

- 3 x steps down to aft accommodation

- Quarter settee berths port and starboard

- Shelves and lockers outboard

- Sideboards with drawers under port and starboard

- Lockers outboard (hanging locker to port)

SALOON

- Settee berths port and starboard

- Stowage under; shelves and lockers outboard

- Sideboards with drawers under port and starboard

- Large lockers outboard

- Ship's clock and barometer

- Large butterfly skylight in deckhead

- Highfield patent (Wm Fife type) skylight catches

- Dickinson Newport flame-seen diesel stove

FORWARD

To Starboard

- Galley

- Stainless steel sink with mahogany cover

- Foot pump

- 2 x burner Optimus spirit stove

To port

- Large lockers/ stowage bins

- Space for a pipe cot

- Oil lamp and smoke cover

Forward

- Under lift lid sea toilet with manual and electric pump

- Curtained hatch access to fo'c'sle/ chain locker

RIG, SAILS AND CANVASWORK

RIG

- Silver spruce mast

- 2 x spreaders

- Jumper strut

- Short track fwd for pole fitting

- Spruce boom

- Reefing winch on boom

- Goosewing pole

- Furlex 200 headsail furler and foil

SAILS

- 1 x Mainsail

- 1 x Genoa

- 1 x Jib

- 1 x Storm jib

CANVASWORK

- Mainsail boom cover

- Sun awning

- Cockpit cushions

MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND TANKAGE

MECHANICAL

- Izuzu 30 hp Diesel engine

- 3 x Fixed blade propeller offset to port

- Diesel fan air heater

ELECTRICAL

- 2 x 12 V Batteries

TANKAGE

- Fresh water tank forward with foot pump

- Fuel tank

NAVIGATION, ELECTRONICS AND COMMUNICATIONS

NAVIGATION/ ELECTRONICS

- Steering compass

- Shipmate GPS

- Robertson Autopilot

COMMUNICATIONS

- VHF Radio

SAFETY

- Electric bilge pump

- Manual bilge pump

OTHER EQUIPMENT

- Fenders

- Warps

IMAGE CREDITS

Non-sailing pics:

- Keith Melvin

Drawings:

- https://digitaltmuseum.se

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