- Capacities Fuel Capacity: 255 US Gallons (965 liters) Water Capacity: 250 US Gallons (946 liters) Gray Water: 35 US Gallons (132 liters) Tank New 2010
Speed Consumption per hours Range RPM Maximum: 8.0kn 5.60 US Gallons p/hr 700 nm 1,400 Cruising: 6.5kn 3.20 US Gallons p/hr 1,400 nm 1,200
2. SAILS AND RIGGING
Rig: Standing Rigging: Furlex Roller Furling on Headstay (2002) Stainless Steel standing rigging with Norseman terminals (new 2002) Work done in 2010: Replaced all stainless steel standing rigging, terminal ends & chain plate attachments, bushings & pins on both masts. All mast/rigging tangs pulled, inspected, and replaced as required, and reinstalled. Both masts pulled, media blasted, prepped and repainted with 2-part paint system (Cream). Fabricated & installed new stainless steel mast deck collar at Main Mast. New mast wiring: all electronics, lights, antennas, etc. on both masts. New track & block set-up for the main topping lift. Running Rigging: Yale Cordage Sail Wardrobe: Mainsail- North Sails: 10.8 oz. NorDac Mainstaysail- North Sails: 9.8 oz. NorDac Forestaysail- North Sails: 9.8 oz. NorDac Fisherman Staysail- North Sails: 4.7 oz. NorDac Fisherman- North Sails: 4.7 oz. NorDac Gollywobbler- Ratsey Sails: 5.5 oz. Dacron #2 Jib Top- North Sails: 7.8 oz. NorDac #1 Genoa- North Sails: 4.7 oz. NorDac ***All sails 1st fitted and installed Spring 2002 Winches: Halyard: (2) Barient 27 two-speed, self-tailing (2) Lewmar 44 two-speed, self-tailing Sheet: (2) Barient 27 two-speed, self-tailing (2) Barient 28 speed, self-tailing (2) Barient 32 two-speed, self-tailing, (1) Barient Pedestal two-speed with dual drums Anchor: (1) Ideal electric/manual vertical anchor winch with chain gypsy
- Main Engines Engine Type: (1) 4-71 Detroit Diesel Gearboxes for Main Engines: Twin Disc 506; 1.5:1
- Generators & Electricity Output: 30A/110VAC Generators: (1) 4Kw Apollo diesel generators Generator Fuel Consumption: 1.1/hour Shore Power: 30A/110V Batteries: (3) Guest battery switches (1 switch per battery) (3) Gel-cell 8D Prevailer sealed batteries (2) 160 Amp Battery Isolators (1) 160 Amp Balmar alternator(main engine) (1) 100 Amp Balmar alternator (generator) (2) Balmar Max Charge Digital Regulators (1) Link monitor/digital charging system control
- Other Machinery Fuel Separator & Filtration: Racor Fresh Water System: Shurflo 12Volt Rudder: Ruddder removed. New stuffing box and structural Housing at top of rudder shaft (2010)
4. COMMUNICATION, NAVIGATION & ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS
- Communication Systems SATcom: Raytheon- Sea Talk Links System (new 2005) with New GPS (2010) SSB: ICOM 710 HF VHF: ICOM M304 VHF radio Icom M34 Handheld VHF Apelco handheld VHF radio
- Navigation Systems Radar: Raymarine RL80CRC color 10.4” Auto Pilot: Cetrec hydraulic linear drive with flux-gate compass, GPS link and wind sensor controls. Remote hand-held control unit in cockpit (new 2005) Depth Sounder: Raytheon ST60 depth, wind and speed/distance/temp cockpit instruments (new 2005) GPS: Magellan 6-channel GPS with separate antennae Garmin hand-held GPS Raystar 120-12 channel WAAS GPS Laser Plotter: Integrated Raychart GPS color chartplotter with Radar Overlay(C-Map NT+)
- Entertainment System: Audio Equipment: Pioneer AVH 4000 touch screen DVD/CD/am/fm player viable through 21” LG flat screen TV with Bose speakers W-25 Erikson Wi-Fi system Sony 10-disc DC player/Pioneer stereo speakers Bose deck speakers
5. GALLEY & LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT
- Main Galley Equipment Cooking Equipment: Force 10 Gas 3- burner stove with oven and broiler GE Microwave oven Refrigeration/Freezer: Glacier Bay 12 volt holding-plate refrigeration/freezer System Refrigeration box 14 cu. Ft.- stainless steel Freezer box 6 cu. Ft.- stainless steel (both boxes can be used as either freezer or refrigeration boxes.)
7. DECK EQUIPMENT
Anchors: (1) 125 lb Yachtsman anchor (1) 90 lb Danforth anchor (1) 70 lb Danforth anchor Anchor Chain: 300 ft. x ½ inch #40 high-test chain 300 ft. x 1 1/8 inch Nylon anchor line
8. SECURITY, FIRE FIGHTING & SAFETY EQUIPMENT
- Fire Fighting Equipment: Fire Control System: (1) Fireboy MA-2 Series manual/automatic system (Engine room) (1) MA 2-125 at generator (1) MA 2-265 at main engine Fire Extinguishers: Throughout
- Safety Equipment: Life Rafts: (1) RFD 6-man with supplies (new 2002) Life Vests: (18) Adult with whistles and lights (4) Child with whistles and lights EPIRBS: Complete signal kit Miscellaneous: (1) Horseshoe man-overboard buoy with light (1) ¼ inch Stainless deck jackline from bow to stern Lirakis Safety harnesses with tether/clips (1) 300,000 candle power spot/search light at cockpit (1) 7 inch Bell (1) CO2 Air Horn All cockpit cushions are made with Arex closed cell foam w/ strap hold downs
LELANTA has two points of entry going below to the guest accommodations, which includes a companionway from the aft cockpit on the starboard side and a midship ladder from the main deck area. As you go below through the aft companionway, you enter a fore/aft passage where the standup nav station is located facing outboard to starboard. Next forward to starboard is the L-shaped galley and pantry.
The owner’s stateroom is situated aft to port. It has a queen berth inboard with settee and custom bureau and a hanging locker outboard. Next forward is the owners head. In the style of the times, the head is large and serves as the guest head as well. Moving forward is the full beam main salon where the high quality craftsmanship is evident. The Teak and Butternut interior is varnished to a high gloss, and the raised and fielded panels glow under the natural light that radiates from the classic butterfly opening hatch and the numerous opening hull ports. An oversized settee and built-in bookshelf sits to port. To starboard is a beautiful Teak dining table and banquette that seats 6 comfortably. The midship companionway descends into the aft end of main salon adjacent to the galley.
Forward of the main salon are two guest staterooms that are mirror images of one another with over and under berths. The port cabin walks through to the forward head and crew cabin. This space doubles as a focs’le and also has a deck hatch for direct access from the deck.
The plush interior was handcrafted in the original style in solid Teak and Butternut, accented with inlaid leaded glass cabinetry, antique lamps and artwork collected throughout Europe. It is rare to see an original classic design with such an authentic recrafted interior. Virtually the entire interior has been installed and fabricated in the past 10 years. To the credit of her current Owner who personally oversaw the interior craftsmanship, it is as good a quality as one will ever find on a vintage sailing yacht.
LELANTA truly represents a masterpiece of nautical history which has been returned to modern standards. She must be seen to be fully appreciated.
Aft: Strb.: Full navigation area strb. Port: Owners cabin- Queen bunk, settee, bureau and hanging locker Main Salon: Galley and Pantry Salon settee and table area, TV and CD cabinetry with tape and CD storage Main head with shower Forward: Port guest cabin with (2) single bunks, drawers and storage lockers Starboard guest cabin with (2) single bunks, drawers and storage lockers Forepeak: Head with toilet and sink Crews quarters Storage, Paint Locker, Sail bin and rope storage All cabins have opening ports, fans and electric and oil lighting.
The schooner LELANTA was custom designed as a private yacht in 1929 by Boston yacht designer John G. Alden and was built of steel by G. deVries Lentsch in Amsterdam, Holland. LELANTA started her career in the famous 1930 Fastnet race in England and continued cruising and racing throughout the Mediterranean for the next thirty five years. In 1966, after her first trans-Atlantic crossing to the Caribbean, LELANTA entered the luxury charter trade and happily sailed pampered guests throughout the West Indies. The seventies found LELANTA summering in New England, Maine & Nova Scotia, with visits in Bermuda, continuing to winter in the Caribbean. In the nineties, LELANTA was hauled at a New England shipyard, professionally surveyed (Ralph Kershaw) and completely rebuilt as per survey including hull plating, ports, complete ships electrical, tankage, plumbing, engine & generator systems, sails, rigging and electronics.
In 2002, LELANTA was re-launched, virtually a new 1930 Alden schooner. After summering in the Hampton’s, Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, LELANTA sailed again for the Caribbean with her Owner for the 2005/06 season. LELANTA is presently cruising in New England and available for inspection.
- Exclusions include all of Owner's personal effects - "All speeds, capacities, consumption, etc. are approximate or estimated; measurements can also be approximate. Specifications are provided for information only and particulars herein obtained from sources believed to be correct, but are not guaranteed. Buyer should instruct his agent and/or surveyor to check all details for accuracy. Offered subject to prior sale, price and/or inventory change, or withdrawal from the market without notification."