Triton III - Beautiful classic wooden frames Boat No. 256:
“Kept in its original condition”
“Safe to be on board”
“She handles the wind very well “
“Won “Færder” regatta in her class 2007/08”
The story tells:
On Monday, June 20, 1938, the last issue of "Seilsport" Magazine referred to her as "Light Triton III", headed by O. Tuxen, Middelfart, Director at Baadebygger Carl Andersen's shipyard in Faaborg - Denmark.
Triton III is a Bermuda rigged / Mastheaded sea cruiser and has a sailing area of 105 m2 with its original sailing number Y1. The mast is hollowed Oregon Pine with a height of 20 meters.
Being made of "kalmarfyr" on oak, with her beautiful teak deck, she has been able to maintain her classy lines and many beautiful details. She sits well in hard weather, while offering good comfort.
Under deck there is a standing height that makes it easier to move around.
Triton III has a clear and well-functioning cockpit that seats eight people with a steering position in well and with a large steering wheel. Originally the Triton III had a tiller which can be re-mounted.
Jac M Iversen was born in 1884 in Norway. He started his own shipyard in Son in 1907 after completing engineering education in the United States. In 1928 he traveled to Sweden to work as a constructor and manager in the Neglinger venture. Later in 1930 he opened his second shipyard designing both motor and sailboats.
A classic lady is proud of her appearance and Triton III assures us of that. When you see her, you’ll want to come aboard to see the kind of jewel she really is.
Gemstones and details from ancient times flow in fine harmony at the entrance. Going down the ladder gives you a sense of nostalgia, sailing through history in a mix of modern times. In the galley on the SB side you have all the amenities you need to make a world class meal. The designer has demonstrated thoughtful solutions, because on the harbor side, through a sliding door you will find the WC. A sink with pressurized water, pumping toilet supplied by the freshwater tank. Galley and cozy social lounge also sleeping up to 10 people comfortably. These lounges are displayed in delicate and stylish light grey fabric. The lounge can be converted into 4 berths. The coffee table is designed to remain stable during long crossings. Cabinets and shelves for crockery and equipment. Then you move on to an intermediate cabin with great bunks for four people - further on to the double cabin in the forpeak where you will find an opening to the deck.
Triton III has original design and rig drawings with some deviations in regards to drawings in recent times - this is the layout between the cabins.
Triton III has a pronounced and high shape in the bow which makes her a wonderful cross-country cruiser.
Good workplace on deck, a safe cockpit and a higher freeboard means she can withstand a lot of sea and wind. Keel weight 6 tonnes.
Engine & Service: With a 85 HP Yanmar engine from 1999 hosting a tight shaft and sail propellers. Only 350 operating hours. Engine has had a full overhaul in 2012. Fuel filters changed out in 2018. Zinc has also been changed in 2018.
The hull is built in late Calmar Pine - 2.5 inches. Remaining teak. Screw implements are maintained (bronze) and switched valves (off-shore type). Rigid and high quality built hull. Teak deck is on top of veneer. This is screwed and plugged. In outstanding condition.
Diesel tanks, water tanks in acid resistant are disassembled every autumn for cleaning and maintenance and are kept dry.
Between Lugar: 190
The boat is located in Norway and can be displayed by agreement with the broker.
For further enquiries, please contact
Jeanette Arntzen Mob: +47 48486120
With a 85 HP Yanmar engine from 1999 hosting a tight shaft and sail propellers. Only 350 operating hours. Engine has had a full overhaul in 2012. Fuel filters changed out in 2018. Zinc has also been changed in 2018.
Fuel - 120 liters
Water capacity - 175 liters + 175 liters (switch)
Septic - no
Gray water - 100 liters