"Zollkreuzer Tulla 1934"
Designer and builder Gerhard Pålsson, Helsingborg
Length on deck 10,26 m
Beam 2,96 m
Draft 90 cm still, 110 cm with speed
Tonnage 6 TM
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35 mm oak with mahogany superstructure.
Motor Scania 420 diesel from 1954, freshwater cooled.
Fuelconsumtion 5 litres/ hour.
Cruising speed 7 knots.
Chrysler Marine Mechanical Gearbox, the engine has soft rubber mountings in a subframe and plenty of spare parts.
Four berths, two in the saloon, two forward. Central heating by radiators in the saloon.
The hull is in 2/3 of it’s lentgth covered in copper (original) which makes her fit for ice and winterconditions.
History of Owners
The first owner Edvin Persson, Coastal Superintendent of the Royal Swedish Customs Department. The boat was used by the Customs Service and was stationed in Trelleborg. Served along the Hanö Bay, southeast of Sweden.
The second owner Harold Andersson bought the boat in 1954.
From 1974 the boat was during summers located at Värmdö, southeast of Stockholm, where she is still located.
Harold’s son Rolf Andersson and his wife Eva Andersson gradually overtook the ownership and care of Tulla after Rolf's father Harold.
For over 60 years, Tulla was in this one family's possession.
In the summer of 2016, Tulla was bought by Mario Fincken and Kristina Lethin. We are hence the third owners of this 84 years old wooden boat. All the facts about Tulla’s unique history has been told to us by Rolf and Eva Andersson, who also lives in Stockholm.
Mario has renovated the boat into a nice condition. The steering has been improved by Mario and Tulla is now very easy to maneuver. Sails in cotton in good condition, made for Tulla in the year 1960, as well as a lot of other useful spare parts comes with the boat. Her motor is very well maintained.
Of interest to know
Tulla participated 2017 in the Ålandic film "Pojken som ville till Amerika” (The Boy Who Wanted to go to America) made by Per-Ove Högnäs, professional moviemaker living in Åland, Finland. This drama documentary shows how a young man named Uno Ekblom and his little crew, just before the start of the Second World War, sailed from Åland to New York in the summer of 1939 in a boat very similar to Tulla. The film was released in Mariehamn in April 2018 and is produced by Pelago Film. Per-Ove Högnäs has made several films about old ships. www.pelagofilm.com
In 2019 Tulla will also appear on a new stamp collection in Åland.
We think Tulla could be an excellent canal-boat since the draft is only 3 ft/ 110 cm. Tulla has also recently been prooved fit for over-sea journeys, as she went from Stockholm to Mariehamn, Åland, in the summer of 2017.
We speak English and Swedish, Mario German and Kristina French.
Asking price 25000 €
Kristina Lethin and Mario Fincken
mobile +46 793 47 39 55
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