The 24.83-metre yacht Sindbad, for sale as a 1960s ice-trawler, is awaiting a new owner. Built by A. Eidsvik Skipsbyggeri, the yacht was originally delivered to her first owner in 1962. She features both an exterior and naval design by the Norwegian builders and was originally designed by Romsdal Shipbuilders. Photo: Northrop & JohnsonThe A. Eidsvik Skipsbyggeri yacht for sale has had consistent maintenance, upgrades, and continuous refits throughout her life. In 2018, Sindbad was refitted at Front Street Shipyard in Belfast, Maine.
To become the motor yacht for sale she is today, the refit work included extensive steelwork to her hull, new caprails, and the replacement of almost every piece of equipment in the yacht’s engine room, which was subsequently sandblasted and repainted. She also features new wiring throughout.Photo: Northrop & JohnsonThe yacht Sindbad is for sale and waiting for an owner and up to seven additional guests to be accommodated in the vessel’s four cabins, with the owner’s cabin located forward on the lower deck. Sindbad’s interiors are stylised by classic teak wood and teak finishes throughout. Her main saloon has elevated skylights to enhance areas with natural light on board. She also showcases a booth-style dining area.Photo: Northrop & JohnsonPhoto: Northrop & JohnsonOutdoors, Sindbad’s main deck aft features wrap-around seating and a dining area with a wet bar. Her helm is located on her upper deck, while her tenders, toys and all other equipment is stored on her foredeck.Photo: Northrop & Johnson
The yacht Sindbad is for sale and ready for cruising at a relaxed and comfortable speed of 8 knots. The yacht can reach a top speed of 10 knots.