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S / Y "FRIDA" Bermudean Schooner

Frida is an English lady, with the classy lines of a "modern classic"  designed and built to last and sail on all seas, in all weathers. Frida has a soul, a story, she will please you!

Length: 18.30 (overall 19.00)
Width: 4.70
Draft: 2.50
Displacement: 25 T.
French flag, La Rochelle home port.

Sail area 160m² - 300m²
Engine: 105 hp Beta Marine
Engine cruising speed at 1600 rpm 7.5 knots Sailing: 8-11 knots
4 cabins
Panoramic saloon
Deep and protected aft cockpit.
Aft platform, Bowsprit platform at the bow.
Diesel fuel 1200 liters, range 1200 NM
Water 2500 liters
Fridge (2), freezer, washing machine 7 kg
Oil central heating

Rigging : bermudean schooner two masts (large mast in the back), boomed foremain (like a mainsail). It is a very simple rig, giving an amazing balance under sail. Downwind, we double the sail area ...


Built in 1981. Complete refit 2010-2012. Permanently cared and maintained at higher standards.
Frida is the 26 th and last OCEAN 60 built at Southern Ocean Shipyard in Poole, Dorset.
Designer / Builder: George Stead Architect: Richard Roscoe

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Frédéric is the happy skipper and owner of Frida, young man of 56 years old, former project manager in civil and maritime works, professional skipper for a long time, regularly updated!

The oceans and the islands are his universe for many years, with home ports  in the Carribbean, Brittany and in La Rochelle. He has sailed many times across the Atlantic, and from the warm equatorian waters to the colder high latitudes.


Faithfull to the Azorean archipelago since the 80s, he always returns there, weaving strong links with the isles and their inhabitants. He will do his best to make you fall in love with the Azores.

Besides his native french, Frédéric is fluent in english, and although not as good as he would like, he tries to improve his portuguese.


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