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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- St. Tropez, France
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 2,950,000
- Not for sale to US residents while in US waters
Custom-built in 1980 and refitted in 2010, the world cruiser, SELJM was built to the highest standards by the renowned Italian shipyard, Cantieri Sangermani and with a beautifully finished classic interior, the art of craftsmanship can be experienced both inside and out. SELJM has performed very well in regattas like the The Antigua Classic Regatta where she proudly took first place in her class and won the ‘Concours d’Elegance’ in 2013 for professionally maintained yachts.
[Not for sale to US residents in USA waters]
Joint broker: Bob O´Brien - Camper & Nicholsons - Palm Beach
Please contact Jonathan Syrett at +34971403311
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Anselmi Boretti Integral Designs
Flag of Registry: United Kingdom
Beam: 3.90 m
Maximum Draft: 7.0 m
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Carvel Iroko plank on laminated, steel reinforced frames. Copper riveted.
Lloyds 100 A+1
Anselmi Boretti Integral Designs
Anselmi Boretti Integral Designs
6,000 Litres (1,585 US Gallons)
5,000 Litres (1,320 US Gallons)
1 x CAT 365HP
365HP Caterpillar Model 3408. Complete in Factory rebuild under LLoyd’s supervision New Zealand 2010
2x Lloyd´s approved engine room fans S/S fitted with thermal, manual and emergency activated louvers
Twin Disc Model MG514 3.5:1.
Complete in Shop Rebuild under Lloyd’s supervision New Zealand 2010
Northern Lights Model M445D 35Kw (1996) and complete in shop rebuild under Lloyd’s supervision New Zealand 2010
Caterpillar Model C2.2T 25Kw (2010)
Northern Lights 35.0kw: 26,122 hrs (30-Jan-14)
Caterpillar 22.5kw: 8,875 hrs (30-Jan-14)
2x 24v service banks with 2000Ah service
1x 24v Emergency Bank at 120Ah service
Start batteries for main engine (2013) and generators
3x Mastervolt 24v 100A automatic battery chargers.One used as spare and unused.
1x Alpine 24v 8A charger
Mastervolt Sine Wave Inverter 24v-220v 800VA
Victron Phoenix Inverter 24v-110v 800VA
Sinergex Sine Wave Inverter 24v 700w
Sinergex Sine Wave Inverter 24v 1500w
Air conditioning available throughout the yacht.
Condaria chilled water system with chiller organizer/ 7200BTU new 2004 and new compressors fitted 02/2013
13x Airchandlers all removed and serviced 11/2011
- Watermaker FCI Model Aquamiser+ / A18265 capacity @ 1.25GPM 6,800L/day (2010)
- Enlarged fuel and refrigeration capacity for long distance journeys and equipped with with modern satellite communications systems.
- Hamann Sewage Treatment Plant Model 01m3/Mini L-Frame Tank Capacity @ 200L (2004) Complete in shop service in New Zealand 2010.
- 6x Tecma heads fitted with 24V Macerator Pumps and utilizing fresh Water.
Fresh water: 2x Grundfos with 24v. 75Kw Siec Motors
Grey water: 2x G&R with 24v 1.1kw Motors
Fire: 1x Jabsco Main Engine Driven with electric clutch, 1x 220v 3 Phase motor
Bilge: 1x 24v 1.5kw Motor, 3x Jabsco 24v, 2x Whale Gusher manual, 1x Honda Petrol Driven ¨Crash Pump¨ (2012)
- Refrigeration 24v and 220v system with all new compressors fitted 02/2010 Keel cooled system
- Boilers: 2x Isotemp S/S 100ltr each with 1500W Thermostat Elements
- VP Propeller: Hundested Model VP6 FR reversible pitch with electric motor activation (1999) and complete shop rebuild New Zealand 2010
Four twin guest cabins aft of the main saloon. Each ensuite has a shower and bidet and the owner’s head features a bath/shower arrangement and gold plated fixtures. The two aft cabins could be refitted to provide for a large owners cabin.
Each cabin is paneled in original yellow oak, off white overhead and exposed Iroko deck beams lending height and light to the rooms. The cabins and head have opening portholes with attached deadlights. There is also a worm geared deck ventilation hatch in all guest cabins. All have individual AC/Heat air handlers.
The Main Saloon features settee seating for 8 and a beautifully crafted cocktail/dining table. There is additional seating with three mahogany folding chairs.
The saloon was re-paneled in mahogany in New Zealand in 1999 and redesigned by the current owners and captain for better entertaining, service, added comfort and increased storage. There are four large opening windows and four additional portholes for ample natural light and ventilation.
The Crew Mess is forward of the main Salon and is also re-paneled in mahogany. It provides seating for six and has a hatch and port lights for natural light. The design incorporates large fridge and freezer storage along with storage for dry goods.
Opposite the crew mess on the port side is the Galley, which has an excellent sea kindly design by the current Captain and his wife and was rebuilt in 1996 with teak paneling and Corian countertops. It is well laid out for food production both at anchor and underway, and has excellent storage. There is good natural light through two opening hatches and two opening portholes. There are additional fridge and freezer units here and access to the ship’s engine room is aft off the galley.
The Captain’s Cabin with ensuite is just starboard and forward of the galley and has a double bunk, hanging locker and sufficient storage for a couple. There are also portholes in both the cabin and head for additional light and ventilation.
The Laundry Room is opposite the Captain’s cabin to port and contains small domestic washer and dryer units and storage for crew linens, cleaning supplies and crew uniform.
Forward, the Crew’s Quarters contains bunks for three and has an ensuite head with shower. There is a hanging locker, cupboard storage and under floor storage and a direct deck access hatch for light and ventilation.
Aft and off the Helmstation, there is a self -contained Navigation/Office Station which is separate from the guest accommodation. It features a full size chart table with chart storage below, shelving for periodicals, filing cabinets for manuals and ship’s documents, some of the ship’s navigational and communication equipment and a large cupboard for guest luggage. This is a great addition to the boat and a very unique, functional space.
GALLEY & LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT
COMMUNICATIONS, NAVIGATION & ENTERTAINMENT EQUIPMENT
TENDERS & WATERSPORTS EQUIPMENT
RIGS & SAILS
SAFETY & SECURITY EQUIPMENT
Built and maintained in Lloyd´s classification + 100A1 LMC
Five year survey completed Palma December 2014
-Haul out hull Inspection, to Lloyds approval.
-Hundested prop and tails shaft dismantled / serviced and inspection (DT).
-Shaft Bearings and seal housings replace inner and outer units.
-Rudder dropped, shaft and bearing inspected (DT) and serviced.
-Main Caterpillar engine, serviced and tested to Lloyds approval
-Generators, Northern lights and Caterpillar, serviced and load tested to Lloyds approval.
-Bilge and fire pumps removed, Stripped and inspected, to Lloyds approval.
-Electrical Control System and wiring. Mega tested to Lloyds approval.
-Bilge pump and fire (Inc Emergency) system test and approved to Lloyds approval.
-Rigging approved to Lloyds approval
-Anchor Chain and Hooks inspected to Lloyds approval.
Haul out Astilleros shipyard. Palma De Mallorca: Completed December 2014
-Standard haul out services, antifouling, valves and zincs
-Removal of 4 refrigerator keel cooler. Over haul all fridge systems.
-Removal and services of port and starboard grounding plates.
-Wooden planking and seam repairs all to Lloyds approval.
-Removal of 10 aluminum water tanks and replacing them with Stainless steel.
-Replacing 2 grey water tanks and filtering system.
-Replace complete Condaria 2700 BTU Air-conditioning system.
-Upgrade 3G to 4G + Wifi Communication system.
-All LSA serviced and re-installed 4/2015
-All sails serviced and stored all winter.
-GMDSS equipment serviced and test to certificate standards 1/2015
-Boilers both serviced
-Hamann system certified-tested
-Bilges and metal frames from engine room aft and fore peek, all ground back and cleaned and painted.
-Deck winches serviced
-Anchor winch serviced
-Exterior varnish - 4 coats
-Bilges 24v and 220v piping and succession system serviced and repaired.
-Tender serviced and dry stored all winter.
+ all general vessel services.
- Rigs out at Astilleros Palma and four coats of varnish applied (booms, spreaders and bowsprit included).
- Rewired all spreader lights from mast base up with new plugs aloft
- Mainstay sail boom gooseneck fitting modification completed
- New KVH wires run up main mast
- New main engine, NL genset and Cat genset ships side exhaust valves ordered, received and Lloyds documentation in hand
- Assorted deck planks removed and new planks laid
- Crew's quarters re-varnished throughout
- Captain's cabin head trim re-varnished and new flooring trim installed
- Majority of mast fittings removed, cleaned, inspected, repaired if needed and will be reinstated prior to stepping.
- New standing rigging
- New spartite
Final new electronics installed and commissioned 04/14
Bottom repainted 03/14
All anode replaced 03/14
Bootstripe and anchor plates repainted 03/14
Anchors and cables re-galvanized 03/14
New bow net 04/14
Prop speed applied 03/14
Hundested shaft grease renewed and unit cleaned and painted 03/14
Steering ram removed and rebuilt 03/14
Autopilot pump removed and rebuilt 03/14
All ship side valves service 03/14
New lagging fitted on Northern Light Genset exhaust pot 04/14
Anti- siphon loops replaced on black and grey water 03/14
All watermaker pumps serviced 03/14
Life rafts re-serviced 03/14
New JonBouys X2 04/14
EPIRB tested/service 04/14
Hand held fire extinguishers serviced or replaced for new 04/14
All exterior varnish finished with 2 full coats Epiphanes Gloss 04/14
Interior salon and doghouse settee fabric chosen and works booked 05/14
Galley Corian countertops repaired and polished 04/14
Tender complete service and hull repaint 03/14
All sails checked, washed and repaired 03/14
New docking lines 04/14
New headsl halyard 04/14
New headsl sheets 04/14
New fenders X10 and covers 04/14
Previous haul out 06/2013 and bottom paint completed
Last hull repaint 02/2013
Deck house deck seams re paid 05/2013
All bright work coated and/or stripped and redone 2013
All ship side valves replaced with Lloyd´s certified units 06/2012
Insulation Resistance Testing completed under Lloyd´s supervision 06/2012
Last Major Refit 2010 in Auckland, New Zealand for Lloyd´s 5 year and included in addition to items mentioned/ specified in above summary-
Removal of main engine, gear box, shaft and generators for rebuild
Main shaft bearings serviced
Main engine pan removed, sandblasted, coated and refitted
All keel bolts tightened
Engine room bilge degrease, cleaned and painted out
Vessel bilge degrease, cleaned and painted throughout
Engine room sound insulation replaced and new powder coated mess panels installed
All main deck seams re paid
12 full coats varnish applied to rigs, spars and spreaders after removal and cover
All fresh water tanks emptied and cleaned
Fore peak cleaned and painted out
Lazarette cleaned and painted out
Insulation Resistance Testing completed
All fresh water, bilge, fire, Hamann and main engine aux pumps rebuilt
SELJM was designed by Anselmo Boretti and built in 1980 at the renowned Italian yard Sangermani.
Inspired from the famous 12 metre "Intrepid", her hull is made of African teak- iroko- and her spars are in Canadian Fir.
Vessel has benefited from same ownership the last 18 years and has been generously funded for safety, upgrades and maintenance. SELJM has been maintained to the highest standards at all times. She has always been classed Lloyd´s 100 +A1 LMC.
Her former Captain and wife were on board for 18 years; he oversaw all yard periods and sailed all miles of the three circumnavigations. They have competed in several Classic Regattas, always with honours.
SELJM was the VIP yacht for the Sydney Olympic Games 2000.
In April 2013, she won the Antigua Classic Regatta in Classics Class A and was also awarded 1st place in the "Concours d´Elegance" for professionally maintained yachts.
A complete list of exclusions is available upon request.
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.