|Tipo||Classic Sailing Yacht 46 ft|
|Estado del barco||Usado|
|Clase de oferta||Vela|
|Categoría||Antiguo y Clásico|
|Material del casco||Madera|
|Ubicación de la embarcación||Vigo, España|
|Eslora total||14.02 m|
|Diseñador||William Fife III|
|Astillero||Sagredo Sons shipyard in Bilbao|
Launching Year: 1929
Nombre original: Sogalinda
Nombre real del barco: Petán
Petán was designed by Willian Fife and built at the Sagredo Sons shipyard in Bilbao, Spain.
Her hull design is believed to be the latest First Rule 8m yacht and is recognized to be hydrodynamically as good as a yacht could be at the time. She does not ride waves, but she rides through them and does not produce a wake until near her maximum hull speed.
The characteristic Fife motorhome is believed to be one of its speed secrets.
Petán had the most innovative deck design of all First Rule yachts. She wears a Marconi Bermudan platform. As originally drawn, it carries 1,248 square feet of sail on a 42-foot mast and a 35-foot boom.
Built for a Spanish aristocrat named Zubiría Marquesa, who gave it the distinctive original name Sogalinda VII. Petan participated in many classic boat races in his area, some of them against the Spanish king, Alfonso XIII.
1 Perkins Engine 37 HP Diesel
Length on deck: 45 feet
Mast Material: aluminum winder
Mast Length: 42 feet
Boom Length: 18 feet
Sails: Beige dacron main Furler and genoa.
Rig: Marconi Bermudian
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.