Atalanta 15m. Classic Sailing Yacht built in 1948 – 177,000€



Atalanta Classic 15m.

A classic Ernst Hatecke shipyard regattas racing yacht

The Ernst Hatecke Shipyard built the classic sailing yacht – Atalanta in 1948. Her first owner was Dirk Schlobohm, an entrepreneur from Bremerhaven, Northern Germany. Schlobohm owned one of the most successful private coffee factories in Germany at the time. While in addition, he was also a passionate yachtsman himself. So he built Atalanta as a real racing yacht for regattas. Therefore she met the standards required for regattas: fast, robust and easy to handle. He sailed this racing yacht successfully in various regattas in the North-and Baltic Sea. In the early sixties Atalanta was sold and she served the German Navy as a training ship. The navy used Atalanta to train young naval cadets before sailing bigger ships such as Gorch Fock. The navy also appreciated her distinguished sailing characteristics as a racing yacht.  As a result she regularly partook in races which the crew were specifically trained for. Finally in 2009 the decision was to decommission and retire Atalanta from service. So, since autumn 2010 she has been privately held and berthed on the Baltic Sea. The owner recently restored Atalanta to her former glory with a three to four year restoration project.

Layout and Accommodation

Separated by a door and between the saloon and the forepeak the owner’s cabin disposes of a double berth on port. Its furnishing includes large drawers underneath and several hanging lockers and drawers. In addition there is a small seat in the middle on starboard side. The new wooden mahogany floor panels offer further storage underneath. All catches, hooks, drawer pulls are made of brass. Finally a skylight lets light in to the middle of the room.

The Forepeak

The forepeak has got two hanging lockers for wet suits and safety equipment. In addition a newly installed three level wooden rack with boxes serves well as storage for food, tool boxes etc. Furthermore it is accessible through a fore hatch.

Left and right of the companionway there are two single berths, with broad shelves and storage space underneath. A high quality restoration of the mahogany hull walls restores them to their former glory. As a result they shine in warm deep colour and contrast the white ceiling panels. A further bunk bed is in the forepeak. Furthermore, two more people can sleep comfortably due to the sofa bed in the saloon.

The Galley

Opposite to a big, foldable chart table with foldable stool is the galley. The galley itself has a cardanic gas oven and stove and a sink with a brass hand pump and water tap. A big cupboard with sliding doors is spacious enough for all kind of crockery as well as food. Underneath the mahogany working surface a base cabinet gives space for cutlery and pot and pan.

The Water Closet

The toilet room comes with a powerful Rheinstrom manual pump WC and a sink with brass tap. Above and behind the toilet a closed locker. In addition shelves and an open locker with a hanging rack allow for storage of any kind of bath and other utensils.

Aft Peak

Due to its restoration the aft peak now has a new floor and is a very practical storage for fenders, ropes, tool boxes etc. A new Teak cockpit flooring enables easy access to the engine from above. Encased in a wooden box you can also reach the engine from the inside.

Clear deck

The clear deck is nicely framed and structured by varnished deck frames, king planks, along with the varnished deckhouse, skylights and fore hatch.

The Saloon

The yacht’s layout impresses with a very spacious and cozy saloon. Six to eight guests can easily sit around a big table. This is due to its large U-shaped sofa and another long sofa on the opposite side. On star and port side the saloon has got various overhead lockers. Some of them have closed mahogany fronts. In addition others have security glass doors and shelves. Painted white inside the shelves contrast nicely with the honey coloured mahogany. In addition the shelves contrast the the dark cream canvas. On starboard a desk gives further storage space.

A loose carpet covers the floor and a big skylight illuminates the room by day. In addition the ceiling and original 1950’s wall lamps reflect Atalanta’s character.

Restoration and Refit

While the yacht has been privately owned it has undertaken comprehensive and profound restoration. This has taken place over the last three to four years taking her as close as possible to the origiinal build by the Ernst Hatecke shipyard. As a result despite her age she still has the original basic layout. Furthermore her interior was almost completely conserved starting with stripping most of the compartments bare. In addition the hull and furniture and ceilings and floors were completely removed. Consequently derust and anticorrosion works of hull and bilges were possible. As a result installing insulation with aluminum laminated rock-wool was possible. In the restored areas all wooden parts were properly refurbished and varnished and new wooden floors were laid.

Atalanta has new pipes and hoses and a modified bilgepump and greywater system. This is in the form of an automatic grey water tank, to keep the bilges all dry and prevent from corrosion.

The engine was also completely overhauled in 2011.

Finally the hull and cockpit saw some steel works starting with exchanging some small plates and closing unused outlets.

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Type of Yacht Sailing Yacht
Shipyard Hatecke, Freiburg/Elbe, Germany
Naval Architect Gramberg
Model/Series Classic sailing yacht
Category Displacement
Year 1948
Refit Comprehensive and profound restoration. Continously maintained and revised.

Construction Details

Length overall 15.60 m / 51′2″
Waterline length 11.60 m / 38′1″
Beam 3.50 m / 11′6″
Draught (max) 2.40 m / 7′10″
Displacement 19 t
Hull material Steel
Superstructure Teak
Deck material Teak

Listing Information

Location Baltic Sea
Price 177,000 €
VAT Exempt


Total Cabins 2
Owner Cabins 1
Guest Cabins 0
Crew Cabins 1
Berths (Owner) 2
Berths (Guests) 0
Berths (Crew) 5



Total Cabins 2
Owner Cabins 1
Guest Cabins 0
Crew Cabins 1
Berths (Owner) 2
Berths (Guests) 0
Berths (Crew) 5
Bath (Owner) 1
Bath (Guests) 0
Bath (Crew) 0



Rig Type Rigg – Spruce main mast and boom – Spruce mizzen mast and boom
Mast/s Main mast on keel, mizzen on deck. Main mast with one LEWMAR self tailing winch for main sail and oneBarient self tailing winch for genoa
Spinnaker boom Aluminum spinaker boom

Main Machinery

Main engines type VOLVO PENTA MD22 (60hp) (completely revised in 2011)
Propeller 3 blade propeller on shaft with Z-belt transmission to engine

Tank Capacity

Fuel Tank 200 l
Fresh water tank 150 l
Fresh water tank description Fresh water system on automatic pressure pump
Waste treatment system Grey water tank (8l) (Whale) with automatic grey water pump (Whale Gulper). Black water: 160l (installed, but not connnected)

Electrical System

Batteries 4 x Service Battery 12V in row (DryFit navy type) – 1 x Starter Battery 12V (DryFit navy type) – 24V electrical service system – 12V starter system
Battery charger Heavy duty battery charger (2010)
Converters 24V to 12V converter (2010). 12V and 24V main switch
Shore power 220V shore power

Navigation Equipment

Compass Compass (illuminated)
GPS/plotter iPad with Navionics charts (chartplotter). Handheld GPS


TV DVBT TV receiver (Wifi integrated) External DVBT TV amplifying antenna
Stereosystem 12V Car Radio/CD/AuxIn

Galley and Laundry

Stove Cardanic ENO 2 flame gas stove with oven


Main 1 Main sail in good condition (checked and repaired in 2011)
Genoa 1 Genoa in good condition (checked and repaired in 2011)
Jib 1 Fock in good condition (checked and repaired in 2011)
Mizzen 1 Mizzen in quite new status (bought used in 2011)
Spinnaker 1 Spinnaker (ca. 200qm)

Deck Equipment

Winches Cockpit with two 2-speed Lewmar winches and two 3-speed Lewmar winches. Self tailing winch on main boom for reef.
Anchor and chain Manual anchor winch (can also be used as rope winch) – 27kg galvanized anchor (CQR type) – 45m galvanized chain (10 mm) – 20kg galvanized spare anchor with rope
Bathing ladder Long foldeable stainless steel bathing ladder with deck fixation
Canvas Cover Canvas tarpaulins for both booms, life raft and tender
Canvas Cover Canvas tarpaulins for both booms, life raft and tender

Communication System

GSM External GSM 4G/LTE amplifying antenna
Internet WLAN router – 4G/LTE modem. External WiFi amplifying antenna

Tender and Toys

Tender 1 1 x inflatable tender (4 persons)

Safety, Security Equipment and Fire Protection

Life rafts 1 x self-inflatable life raft (8 persons)
Life jackets 6 x automatic life vests (150N). 2 x hard body life vests. 2 x rescue rings (one with 20m rope)
Life belts 2 x lifebelts
Fire extinguisher 2 x Fire extinguishers



Construction: steel hull on steel frames with teak deck on plywood Round frames (0,5m width between each frame)

Plywood deck (25mm)

Teak deck (25mm)

Teak superstructure

Mahogany interior


Varnished teak frames and king plank

Varnished skylights and hatches

Skylight, deckshouse and cockpit in teak

Manual anchor winch (can also be used as rope winch)

27kg galvanized anchor (CQR type)

45m galvanized chain (10 mm)

20kg galvanized spare anchor with rope

Stainless steel railing

Cockpit with two 2-speed Lewmar winches and two 3-speed Lewmar winches

Two gas bottles in box on deck with main valve

4 x bronze deck cleats

4 x bronze cockpit cleats

6 heavy brass cowl vents

Varnished foldable Teak cockpit table

Long foldeable stainless steel bathing ladder with deck fixation

6 x fenders

Diverse mooring lines and ropes


Engine: Volvo Penta MD22 (60hp)(completely revised in 2011)

Propulsion: 3 blade propeller on shaft with Z-belt transmission to engine

Tiller steering

Controls from Cockpit

Water cooled exhaust


12V and 24V main switch

All cabling in heavy duty navy type

Electrical heavy duty bilge pump (Rheinstrom)

Small electrical bilge pump

Emergency manual bilge pump (Whale)


Sink with brass hand pump (prepared for seawater) and brass water tap


2 x rescue rings (one with 20m rope)

Nico signal

Alarm systems for bilges


Spare transmission belt for shaft

Spare tiller

Several ropes and mooring lines

Several spare shackles and blocks


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