Hide Away represents a sturdy sailing yacht at a great value!
BEST 47 CT on the market! Very nice sailing vessel with comfortable accommodations!
New Engine 2006, New Batteries 2013, New Inverter/Charger w/3 year warranty 2013.
Hide Away is a comfortable center cockpit cruising yacht, often likened to a Swan in both performance and appearance. MAJOR refit finished in 2006 Palmer Johnson yard in Racine, Wisconsin.NEW Engine and Transmission, wiring (including panel), plumbing, thu-hulls, SS ports, fuel and holding tanks.
NO TEAK DECKS! The teak decks have been removed and a custom hard dodger has been added. Deck hatches are now 1/4 inch marine grade aluminum, while all the remaining hatches have been re-hardcoated and the lexan replaced.
This yacht had many design features added during the refit including: centerline queen berth in the reconfigured aft cabin, along with a separate stand up shower stall, teflon cored "Aeroquip" braided stainless fuel lines, variable fuel tank capacity and much more!!
Please contact listing broker Kim Korman for more information or to schedule viewing at 772-489-0110 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact Kim Korman at 772-489-0110
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 47 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 2 in
LWL: 38 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 4 in
Ballast: 12000 lbs
There is a queen sized V-berth in the forward stateroom, with a custom memory foam mattress, followed by a guest head to port and hanging locker to starboard. The main salon has a U-shaped settee to port and a straight settee to starboard. The table is convertible from an inlaid coffee table for lounging to a dinette table to comfortable evening meals.
To starboard of the galley is a cushioned bench, under which is the reverse cycle HVAC, and a large lighted counter/work area with lots of storage drawers. The aft stateroom has a centerline queen berth, with a another custom memory foam mattress (that uses standard queen sized linens), with mirrored head board and brass lamps. To port, in the aft state room is the head with a separate stand-up shower stall. There is a hanging locker to starboard.
Fwd head - Thetford Headmate
Aft Head - Wilcox Crittenden
Moen fixtures in aft shower
NEW 10 Newfoundland metals SS ports with tempered safety glass, stainless screens and cam latches
5 Bomar hatches w/new dogs, hardcoating and lexan
OceanAire blinds/screens on four of the five hatches
NEW White leatherette upholstery
Teak and holly sole through out
Fitted carpeting in main salon and both state rooms
NEW 16,000 BTU Marine Air reverse cycle heat/AC with "smooth bore" PVC ducting, for easy cleaning.
Lighted wine locker
The U-shaped galley is to port and features a front opening stainless fridge/freezer, there is an under cupboard microwave, double stainless sink and dedicated storage for dishes and glasses. Lift out bread box with additional dry storage under below.
Isotherm Marine 11 gal. water heater w/double heat exchanger
The teak decks have been removed, two more layers of 6 oz. glass added and then finished in Awlgrip. The new nonskid is Durabak. The bow and fore deck are capped in stainless for handling the anchors. A new custom hard dodger has been added that features American Marine port lights of tempered safety glass and an opening center window. There is a walk through transom arch that supports the wind generator and radar/GPS on each side, along w/stainless racks for fender storage. The arch is also the dinghy davits. The entire deck is laid out for ease of operation and minimal maintenance.
White hull and deck (both finished in Awlgrip)
Teak toe rail and cockpit seating
Teak grate on cockpit sole
Dual anchor rollers at bow
65 lbs Bruce anchor with 280 ft of 3/8" high test chain
Second rode of 50 ft of 3/8" high test chain, plus 300 ft of 3/4" braided nylon
F23 Fortress stern anchor with 60 ft. of 5/16" chain, plus 200 ft. of 5/8" nylon rode
1000 lb. electric anchor windlass
Anchor locker at bow w/two aluminum deck hatches
Ten dock lines
Stainless arch/dinghy davits
Stern swim/boarding ladder (stainless)
Starboard mid-ship swim/boarding ladder
Double life lines
Pad eyes for jack lines, plus cockpit
Stern storage locker w/two aluminum deck hatches
Two boat hooks
All of Hide Away's navigation equipment is built in to the front of the cockpit, within easy view of the helm and under the protection of the hard dodger. The depth is forward looking and the chartplotter can overlay the weather or radar.
Interphase Technologies Outlook forward looking Depth/Sonar
Raymarine ST60 Knotmeter
VHF radio - West Marine Model VHF550 w/Uniden Wham wireless Microphone for cockpit
All the electronics/nav. equipment NEW 2006
Sails & Rigging
Hide Away is cutter rigged, with no running back stays. The full batten main stores in a custom "stack pack" style cover that can have its lazy jacks eased for putting an awning over the boom. The genoa is on roller furling, while the stay sail is hanked on, has had a reef point added, and stores in a deck bag. All storage canvas is grey Sunbrella.
Mainsail (New in 1998-full battens added in 2006)
130% Genoa (New in 1994 - new sun cover and forward adjusting leach line in 2010)
ProFurl Roller Furling for Genoa
Stay sail (Reef point added 2008)
Isomat aluminum spar
Ronstan RF-6092 mast steps
Two Barlow 2-32 (2sp) winches
Two Barlow 2-28 (2sp) winches
Two Barlow 2-25 winches
Two Barlow 5-23 winches
Keel stepped mast
All mechanicals were replaced, or rebuilt during the refit 2006. The engine room insulation was replaced, along with the addition of fire ports (for viewing and extinguisher access) to each door. The engine room has great access on three sides through five doors, plus from above though a hinged section of counter top. The dish storage and cockpit floor are also removable for further access, if needed.
100 hp Yanmar Model 4JH-3 HTE (under 500 hours)
23" dia. three blade Max propeller (feathering)
Spare fixed three blade propeller in mount under aft berth
Two Racor #R20P primary fuel filters (one for each tank)
AeroQuip braided stainless fuel lines with teflon core
(2) Fuel tanks are partitioned instead of just baffled, so the capacity can be changed to suit the type of sailing/cruising/storage (fuel is turned over more and is less on board during storage)
NEW Aluminum Fuel tanks 2006
Wagner hydraulic steering (helm pump new in 2008 - original pump rebuilt for spare)
Rule model RM2000 electric bilge pump 06
Whale model Mark V manual bilge pump 06
Manual emergency tiller (in quick release mount) in aft storage locker
Working vise mounted on plate in custom storage drawer
Full manuals and maintenace records.
All electrical systems were also replaced during the refit. When in port Hide Away is fed by two 30A service connections. There is a pre-breaker panel (in a galley cabinet) to isolate the entire boat from the shore power if needed. From there one 30A service feeds the 120V HVAC, 120V side of the water heater, and the 120V side of the fridge/freezer. The other 30A service goes through the inverter/battery charger and feeds the outlet, lights, etc. This way the house batteries are safe from trying to power the HVAC.
The engine has two alternators, one charging the house batteries, the other charging the engine starting and windlass batteries. So one circuit can not drag down the other. There is also a Wind Generator (and regulator) to charge the house batteries. Most wiring has been run in flexible conduit for added protection and ease of additions.
Pre-breaker Panel: Blue Sea Systems Model PN-8032/PN-8061
Main Breaker Panel: Custom built by Paneltronics
NEW 2013 Inverter/Battery Charger: Xantrex Model Freedom HF-1800 (w/ 3 year warranty)
NEW 2013 - House Batteries: (4) Interstate #UAGC2N- 6 volt, lead acid, sealed, golf cart style (located under aft berth)
NEW 2013 Engine Battery: Interstate "Optima" sealed #SC34M-12V (located in engine room)
Windlass Battery: Interstate "Optima" sealed #SC34M-12V (located under v-berth)
Balmar Digital Duo Charge for engine and windlass batteries
(2) adjustable cockpit seat/cushions in grey Sunbrella
Embroidered bath towels, hand towels, washcloths and napkins
Dishes, stemware, cookware
Complete equipment documentation and maintenance manual
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.
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