1907 Classic Yacht conversion Yacht conversion Bradford Marine Bahamas, Bahamas
Posted on May 12, 2018 / 316
1907 Classic Yacht conversion Yacht conversion
Price : $140,000
Builder | Manufacturer : Classic Yacht conversion
Condition : Used
Year : 1907
Length : 91ft
Model : Yacht conversion
Hull Material : Steel
Fuel Type : Diesel
Engine/s : Single Inboard
Engine Make : MAN
Engine/s Year : 1964
Total Power : 310hp
Range : 13000 nmi
LOA : 91'
Length on Deck : 91.5
Beam : 4.42
Displacement : 47
Hull Type/Shape : Displacement
1907 Classic Yacht conversion Yacht conversion

This is a classic Norwegian small ship built by Nyland Versted, Oslo, Norway in 1907


The MV Haganes is a 109 year old former whaling ship. The vessel is in excellent shape after a recently completed major refit, haul out and survey. One in a long line of refits over the years. Her current owners purchased her from a couple who transformed her into a mini cruise ship which was used for a dive charter and luxury cruise charter. They loved and cared for her over the past five years while navigating the world and then health problems forced them to sell.

In 2010 the vessel was purchased by a survey/research company and had a complete refit for her to work in the deep ocean survey business. They installed a high end suite of electronics and went through every system on board. Research has identified this as a refit history Refit: 1928 / 1938 / 1940 / 1952 / 1965 / 1995 / 2003 / 2008/2010.

The HAGANES has had many lives and many names. She was built in 1907 as a whaling ship by Nyland Verksted in Oslo. Her building number is 168. She was delivered to her first owners H. Ellefsen in Mjoafjord, Iceland in March 1907 and named GUNNAR HAMUNDARSON.

Over the years she has had a varied and colorful history, including being converted to a yacht for the chairman of “King Oscar” Sardines. In 1938 as war was building in Europe, she was chartered by the Norwegian Navy and used as a watch boat. Then in 1940, she was taken by the “DIE DEUTCHE KRIEGSMARINE” (Nazi Germany’s Navy) and converted to a patrol boat.

Around 1964, she was converted to a coastal freighter whose basic shape and ship layout endures today. From then until 2003 she had several owners until she was rescued and returned to the beautiful girl she once was by the couple who put her in charter in the warm and clear waters of Southeast Asia and the Pacific. The current sellers purchased her there and then crossed the ocean on her own bottom, to Mexico for the refit and then put her to work and she now sits in Freeport Harbor in the Bahamas. She can sail anywhere in the world on her own bottom and is a true blue water vessel.

And she is in excellent shape. In fact when I was contacted to list her I laughed at her age but upon inspection I was very surprised and impressed, she has been we

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.
Contact Information

Bradford Marine Bahamas Brokerage – Traditional values with a fresh new approach to yacht and ship brokerage. 

Bradford Marine Bahamas Brokerage offers the Bahamas first full-line brokerage service for all types of marine craft – luxury yachts, sailboats, commercial craft, barges and more.

If you own it, we can sell it.

If you want it, we can find it. 

We offer attractive complimentary dockage for vessels listed with us. 


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