Hoek Design TC 65 ESPADA – 1995/2016

Contact: Pieter van der Weide
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The TC 65 Espada  was dreamed up in 1993 by Michael Peacock of British Admiral’s Cup and broadcasting fame. He gave Hoek Design the brief for a classical 64-foot boat with a flush deck and large fore and aft overhangs. The result was a timeless, graceful sailing yacht with a modern underwater configuration – and the very first Truly Classic. This Truly Classic 64 became world famous under her first name Truly Classic. She set the standard that other Truly Classics have followed by winning the Spirit of Tradition Class at the Antigua Classic Week, three years in a row. Zephyr of Falmouth was also crowned overall winner of the Prada Challenge Cup and has won many other prizes.

The design includes a flush deck with traditional details, a classical deckhouse, a pleasant sheer, a spoon bow and a long transom overhang. The deckhouse includes a navigation station, settee and wet locker. The interior consists of an open plan saloon and an owner’s cabin forward of the mast bulkhead: The deckhouse and the two aft guest cabins are laid out so as to allow optimal use of the
available space.

 

Specifications

Type
Truly Classic
Naval Architect
Hoek Design Naval Architect
Interior Design
Hoek Design Naval Architect
Shipyard
Dutch Built Yachts
Year
1995 - Last refit 2016
Flag
Netherlands
LOA
19.60 m
Beam
4.80
Draft
2.80
Displacement
29 tons
Mast height
22
Hull material
woodcore/Composite
Engine
John Deere 4- cylinder turbo 2009
Sail area
202 m2
Cabins
3
Guests
6
Location
The Netherlands
Asking price
€ 885.000 (VAT paid)