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36000

Dromor Apollo 12 (39.70 ft) for sale in Greece

1991
39 ft
Greece, Preveza
Dromor Apollo 12 (39.70 ft) for sale in Greece

The condition of the varnished surfaces is very good. Boat from the owner, fully equipped with everything you need for a comfortable life.
The Dromor Apollo 12 (39.70 ft) for sale in Greece is a sailboat produced by the Greek shipyard, Dromor. The boat has a beam of 12.47 ft (3.80m) and a draft of 6.56 ft (2.00m). It was designed by Judel/Vrolijk & Co and first launched in 1983. The boat is powered by a Yanmar diesel engine. The boat has a fiberglass hull with a full-length keel and a skeg-mounted rudder, which provides good stability and makes it easy to handle in different sea conditions.

The interior of the Dromor Apollo 12 is spacious and comfortable, with a classic layout that features a saloon, galley, and three cabins. The saloon has a large dining table and comfortable seating, making it a great place for socializing or relaxing. The galley is well-equipped with a stove, oven, fridge, and sink, making it easy to prepare meals while underway.

The cabins are located aft and forward of the saloon and provide comfortable sleeping arrangements for up to six people. The cabins feature double berths and plenty of storage space for personal belongings. The boat also has two heads with showers, providing convenient facilities for onboard hygiene.

The interior of the Dromor Apollo 12 is finished with high-quality materials such as teak wood and provides a warm and welcoming atmosphere. The boat has large windows that provide plenty of natural light and ventilation, making the interior feel bright and airy.

This sailboat is known for its excellent performance under sail, easy handling, and comfortable interior. It’s a popular choice for those who enjoy long-distance cruising and offshore sailing.

Greece
Status: The boat is sold
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