Embla moored on an island in the Ionian Sea
Hull
VAN DE STADT´s Design 426, Owner´s version; Samoa 47. Serial nr 32. More information: VAN DE STADT

Material
Plates: AlMg4,5Mn-H321
Extrusions: AlMgSi1-F28

Polar Diagram

On the hard in Yalova, Turkey
Interior
Interior woodwork in elm
Salongens styrbordssida Pentry
Data Equipment
Length over all: 14,5 m
Length in waterline: 12,0 m
Beam: 4,6 m
Draft: 2,4 m
Displacement: 15,2 ton
Ballast: 6,1 ton
Sail area: 117 m2
Fuel tanks: 2x 300 liter
Water tanks: 2x 500 liter
Grey and black water: 2x 200 + 100 liter
Motor: Volvo Penta TMD 22
Generator: Fischer Panda 4500ND
Battery charger: Mastervolt Mass
Auto pilot: B&G Network Pilot
Chart plotter: Garmin GPSMAP 4008
Radar: Furuno 1943C
Wind instrument: Nexus NX2
Sonar: Echopilot 2D
AIS: NASA Marine AIS Engine
Vhf: Icom M421; Icom M1Euro
EPIRB: Sailor SGE 406-II
Life raft: Viking 4UKL
Rig Sails
Design and manufacturing: Seldén
Type: Fractional (7/8), keel stepped
Double swept (13 degr) spreaders
Mast: Section C285/147 Length 22,2 m
Boom: Section 250/140 Length 6,4 m
Genoa furling: Furlex 412
Mains reefing: Single reef
Design and manufacturing: UK Syversen, Smögen
Main: Hydra-Net Radial 433, full battens, 3 reefs, 70 kvm
Genoa 3: Hydra-Net Radial 433, triradial, 56 kvm
Storm jib: Dacron, 17 kvm
Registration Name
Embla was registered by the Swedish Maritime Administration on 2006-05-02 and received the call sign SIWY.

MMSI: 265594300
In Norse Mythology, Embla was the first woman on earth. She was created by Oden and two other Gods from a piece of driftwood found on a beach. This is descibed in ”Völuspá” (”Prophecy of the Seeress”). The poem is preserved in Konungsbók Eddukvæða from early 1400th century and tells the story of the creation of the world in Norse mythology.

Updated: 2014-01-08