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THE BOAT:
Anaconda is a 48 foot cutter rigged sailboat, build of fiberglass by the skipper himself and launched in the year 1986. Layout like a Swan". Danish registered and Danish flag.
Beam 15 ft. Draft 8 ft. Mast high 63 ft. Sails are Main, Genua and jb. Engine Perkins 82 HP. 
Boat speed up to 8 knots by engine. Spinnaker and storm sails is on board. 4 anchors and lot of anchor chain and ropes.

Equipment include Autopilot, B&G instruments, Furuno Radar and GPS and Navtex, Icom SB-HF radio, VHF radio, Navigation laptop with Weather Fax, fog horn, Onan generator 9 KW, 220 and 110 volt. Galley Maid Water maker.
Two Kiss Wind generators, solar panels, freezer, refrigerator, stove with oven, 700 liter water storage (about 200 us Gall.) 500 liter diesel capacity (about 150 gall.) TV and CD-DVD player, lots of DVD.s.

Toilet and shower room. 7 berth in 4 rooms.

9 feet Avon "West Marine" RIB dinghy with two 15 HP Yamaha outboards.
EPIRB Distress radio, 8 person Viking Life raft.
There are 8 dive tanks onboard and dive equipment for 5 divers to dive at the same time. We have our own Bauer Dive Compressor.
There are a lot of tools onboard, so we can repair mostly everything our selves. Sail sewing machine, TIG-stainless steel welding and electric tools.

SAILING FISHING AND DIVING                                                                                                                            PHOTO FISHING - PHOTO DIVING 
Big Game Fishing
Anaconda is equipped with a big asortment of fishing gear, 6 Rods with big wheels, a rod with a spin wheel and a Downrig. manintenance of the gear is a comme expense, because we all eat the fish we catch.
Anaconda's great platform on the stearn is perfect for fishing and the big game fishing. Until now we have caught a lot of Tunas, Dolphin Fish(Mahi Mahi), Baracuda, Wahoo, Black and Blue Marlin, Sailfish, Swordfish and many other kinds. Most of them end on our dining table. We like fishing and we always have 3-4 or more lines out when we are sailing. The big game fish will mostly be released again. Others will quick be cut up and put on ice, so they are ready for the dinner. What about a fresh Sashimi Tuna, huh?
When we are cathing big fish like the Baracuda close to the reef's or shores, we will release it again, because of the risk of Ciguatera, also known as Fish Poisoning. On the open Ocean there are no risk of this poison. 
When we are snorkeling we also catch Languster Lobsters and Conch and whatwever we can catch for the dinner.

Not all who dive, those who dive must pay. 
For the payment of the cost of maintenance is calculated that U.S. $ 20 per dive, or what we can find out.

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