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Designed by Carlo Sciarrelli and built in by the traditional Stefano Carlini yard in Rimini, ‘CLAN II was carefully designed to incorporate a vertical stern, a moderate forward rake and a skeg. Her construction was completed in the finest mahogany, supported by an iroko lamellar keel and multiple acacia beam frames. CLAN II’s vintage exterior design boasts a flush deck and a low deckhouse complimented by her exquisite varnished hull.

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Carlo Sciarelli’s yachts have been characterized by an unmistakable design incorporating impressive speed with remarkable handling. Clan II was delivered in 2008 after 20,000 hours of labor and has been maintained by her ‘one owner from new’ to the very highest standard since. Despite her classic exterior design, Clan II’s 27m-carbon mast and furling boom make for easy sailing both when racing and cruising. ‘CLAN II’ boasts a Marconi cutter sail plan with all her sails benefiting from North Sails’ 3D technology allowing for speeds of up to 10 knots in moderate winds.

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Perfectly blending the lines of a classic sailing yacht with the most advanced technology and sail plan ‘CLAN II’ Offers a stunning exterior profile, luxurious finishing’s throughout and the very best rigging and sail technology. CLAN II is by far one of the most desirable classic cutters on the market.

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CLAN II’s interior has been finished with the finest woodwork, craftmanship and attention to detail. Each piece of cabinetry was made bespoke for CLAN II and all furniture has been finished in the most luxurious leather. Special attention to detail has also been paid to minimizing the noise and sound vibration whilst the main engine is running.

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Currently ‘out of the water’ here in Rimini, CLAN II is currently undergoing her annual maintenance with the majority of works now completed. (We have access the complete file of ALL works and annual maintenance completed by the same yard that built her since launch).

This is a direct listing with the owner and viewings are available at short notice. When she goes back into the water she will be just a few moorings away from our office. We can also arrange for the yard / builders and the 'one owner from new' to be present if requested. Many photos available on request.

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Designer: Carlo Sciarrelli
Manufacturer: Cantiere Navale Carlini
Model: Sciarelli 62
Name: Clan II
Build Year: 2008
Model Year: 2008
Class: RINA - A
Hull Identification Number: Tbc
Flag: Italy (IT)
Lying: Rimini, Italy
Asking Price: €790.000 VAT Paid

Length Overall (including pulpit): 19.66m / 64' 5"
Length Overall: 19.06m / 62' 5"
Length at Waterline: 16.8m / 55' 1"
Maximum Beam: 4.85m / 15' 9"
Minimum Draft: 2.78 m / 9' 1"
Maximum Draft: 2.78 m / 9' 1"
Keel: Full
Bridge Clearance: 27.30 m / 89' 5"
Full Load Displacement: 29663 kg / 29.663 tonne
Displacement: 26633 kg / 26.633 tonne
Ballast Lead: 10600 kg / 10.6 tonne
Fuel Capacity: 2688 litres / 591.2 gallon
Water Capacity: 2673 litres / 587.9 gallon
Maximum Capacity (passengers): 12
Maximum Capacity (passengers + standard equipment): 1490 kg / 1.49 tonne
Maximum Load: 3030 kg / 3.03 tonne
Speed Under Sail: 10 knots
Fuel Tanks: 710 litres / 156 gallon
Water Capacity: 706 litres / 155.2 gallon
Tanks Black Water: 130 litres / 28.5 gallon
Tanks Grey Water: 136 litres / 29.9 gallon

Hull: Lamellar Mahogany
Deck Battens: Mahogany
Superstructure: Mahogany
Beams: Acacia
Deck: Teak
Mast: Carbon Fiber
Keel: Iroko

Mast and furling boom in carbon: Max Spar
Electric furling yankee and middle sail: Bamar
Electric Winches: Harken
Sails maker: North Sails
Main Sail: 106.6 sq.m
Genoa: 126.4 sq.m
Yankee: 108.6 sq.m
Staysail: 32.2 sq.m
Spinnaker: 315.0 sq.m

Manufacturer: Yanmar
Model: 4JH 3-DTE
Power: 116 hp / 85kw
Engine Hours: 464
Cruising Speed: 8 knots
Maximum Speed: 10 knots
Propeller: 3 Blade Propeller

2 Berth twin forward cabin with en-suite bathroom
2 Berth twin aft cabin with en-suite bathroom
2 Berth crew cabin with en-suite bathroom
2/3 Berth Saloon/Dinette conversion

Electric windlass
Bow Thruster: Vetus
Generator (8 Kw): Paguro 9000
Desalination Plant (water maker): Idromar
Air Conditioning: Condaria
Navigation Instruments: Raymarine
Tender: 3.2m with chocks + outboard
1250w Electric anchor windlass with 60m of 8mm anchor chain
6hp Vetus Bowthruster
Stainless steel Rub Rail with rubber insert


Leather covered wheel
Swim platform with Teak insert
Holding tank with Macerator pump
Filler cushion for saloon/dinette with stowage bag
Cream faux leather upholstery to saloon/dinette
Cockpit Bimini in Sunbrella
Closed cell cockpit cushion
Webasto 3900 Air-Top heating unit with 4 x vents

40kg Delta anchor
Approx 100m of 10mm high strength Galvanized chain
20kg Kedge anchor with approx. 10m of 10mm Galvanized chain & 60m of 18mm Textile cord
Bow pulpit
Forestay roller
Harken winches
Mooring cleats
Spinnaker winch: Harken 60.2 ST
Steering wheel: Solimar
Spinnaker pole
Goiot skylights
Spinlock stoppers
Stainless steel handrails
Winch Halyards: Harken 53.3 ST
Winch Reefing: Harken 60.2 ST
Winch Genoa: Harken 74.2 ST
Water filler
Fuel filler
Waste drain

Raymarine Multifunction GPS/Plotter
Raymarine Radar
Raymarine ST60+ Wind
Raymarine ST60+ Depth
Raymarine ST60+ Speed
Navigation lights
Cockpit lighting
Spreader lights
Stern light

All engineering compartments are protected against fire by means of two CO2 fixed installations with manual control. The cylinders are of the type B (2 Kg CO2) for the engine compartment and 21 B (3 Kg CO2) to the aft peak.
There is in additional a seawater fire extinguishing system powered by a high-pressure electrical pump.
Portable fire extinguishers (powder) are located

• 1 x Under the access ladder
• 1 x Galley
• 1 x Master cabin
• 1 x Crew area
• 1 x Under the stern locker door

The air conditioning system is operated with a 230 V AC.
The air conditioning system is a compressor cooled by seawater, which sends cold water to different fan coils suitably arranged to cool (or heat if necessary) throughout the vessel.
The compressor is placed in the locker stern, behind the auxiliary generator: the cooling pump is placed in the same compartment. The compressor is also equipped with a 4-way solenoid valve for the inversion of the cycle, allowing for the same system to be used for heating. This system will work so long as the seawater does not fall below 10 ° C.
The fan coils are located:

• 1 x Crew cabin
• 1 x Owner's cabin
• 1 x Forward guest cabin
• 1 x Galley area
• 1 x Aft guest cabin

The electrical system consists of three separate networks powered respectively by:

• 12 V DC electric current (DC - 12 V DC)
• 24 V DC electric current (DC - 24 V DC)
• Electricity 230V AC (alternating current - 230V AC)

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Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars, their accuracy is not guaranteed. They are intended, as guides only and as such do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective purchaser is advised to check all particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted. All dimensions, performance figures & range notes given are approximate and should be treated as a guide only. Engine hours shown are correct at the time of preparation of the particulars, but will vary with usage. Standard Features listed within the vessel advertisements are taken from the manufacturer’s brochure. Certain features may not apply to the model offered for sale. The advertised model year may not be the year of build or the year of launch. Availability of specific vessels may be subject to change. Ribs, dinghies, out-board engines and safety equipment are not included in the sale unless otherwise stated.

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