This heavily built classic cutter has been meticulously maintained and upgraded throughout the years. Sudiki truly exhibits the many advantages gained in buying an Owner-Operator Charter Yacht with innovative solutions to reduce the work load of running/living on a boat. Attentive maintenance and usage schedules to preserve the physical and aesthetic qualities of a yacht that both guests and owners desire. This yacht is consequently close to perfection in every department and the attention to detail is evident throughout. From the deck lay-out which has been greatly simplified for a minimal crew to the galley’s organization with the important culinary items in easily accessible spaces, Sudiki is truly a gem.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: R. Lazzara
LOA: 61 ft 6 in
Beam: 16 ft 0 in
LWL: 48 ft 5 in
Minimum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 13 ft 0 in
Displacement: 55400 lbs
Total Power: 225 HP
Engine Brand: Perkins
Year Built: 1997
Engine Model: M225Ti
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 225 HP
Sudiki has been modified especially for chartering and enjoyable passages. Each of the three cabins has its own ‘Lavac’ head and ‘on demand’ hot water heating element for the showers. The forward cabin has been modified so as to accommodate a modified ‘queen’ size bunk. The two single bunks in the mid-ship cabin can be combined into a double bunk; and, the aft cabin also has a ‘queen’ size bunk with a single bunk to port. The main saloon has an extensive entertainment center with: HDTV with 5 channel surround sound system, DVD player with extensive library, and CD player also with an extensive library. Complementing the airy saloon is new upholstery (2012); a handsome clock, barometer and bell ensemble; a library and lively art. The well laid-out L shaped galley has a 3 burner “Seaward Princess” gimbaled cooker with a convection oven; three sinks; and, 1-fridge and 2 freezers. Extensive storage for provisions is evident throughout via both top loading and side loading lockers. Crockery, cutlery and utensils are made easily accessible from open shelves with fiddles as well as waist high lockers. The navigation station to starboard is well laid out with an ample chart table, radio and navigation instruments and an extensive electrical distribution/load sharing panel.
Berths for 7 people with ample headroom throughout
A double berth in the forward cabin with en suite full head, and large bureau/vanity
Main Saloon amid ships with U-shaped seating to port and a bench seat to starboard
Galley to port with a triple s/s sink, large freezer and refrigerators and 3 burner propane cooker and oven
Navigation station with chart table to starboard
Crew cabin to starboard with two births and an en suite head
The aft cabin includes: a double berth, a single berth, en suite full head, and large bureau and hanging locker.
Spars & Sails
Cutter rigged with keel stepped 12 VDC roller furling ‘Hood Stoway’ high aspect configuration aluminium mast and boom. Hood furling head stay and baby stay shrouds. Standing rigging in good condition, running rigging renewed and reconfigured to accommodate a single-handed capability in 2012. Adjustable ‘Navtech’ hydraulic backstay.
Halyard winches--2 x Barient # 28- s/s; 1 x Barient # 27- chrome
Primary sheet winches—2 x Lewmar # 66-electric - chrome
Secondary winches—2 x Barient # 32-s/s
Other winches - 1 x Barient # 28-s/s main sheet; 1 x Barient # 27 - chrome out haul
The sails are all by ‘Shore Sails’, furling and in good condition. Total available sail area is 1,566 sq. ft.
The vessel is powered by a Perkins Sabre M225Ti, 225 hp, 6 cylinder diesel engine installed in 1997 and located beneath the cockpit and is accessible aft of the main companionway steps. Hydraulic transmission with flexible coupling and stainless steel shaft which terminates in a 3 bladed ‘Maxprop’ folding prop. Electrical Power is supplied by a Phasor Mod. K3-9.5W generator which was installed in May, 2008. The fresh water supply is augmented with a ‘HRO’ 220VAC reverse osmosis, 25 gal/hr. watermaker.
The electrical systems is split between a 120/240 AC side and a 12 VDC side. Integration is accomplished through either a 240 V-12V ‘Xantrax’ inverter/charger or a 120V-12V ‘Xantrax’ inverter/charger. In addition there is a 240/120 transformer which makes both AC sides available as one. The generator is currently wired for 240. Either inverter/charger can charge either of the two sets of 12v house banks. Each house bank is made up of 6 x 6 volt ‘Trojan T-105’ deep cycle batteries. Additionally, there is a dedicated engine battery which is charged either from a high output AC charger or from the ‘Balmar 125 amp. Alternator on the engine. All systems are controlled from the extensive electrical panel at the navigation station. There is also a 120 and a 240 shore power outlet to accommodate various dock side supply configurations.
Delta 80 lb. anchor with 200 ft. of 13mm s/s chain
Danforth 40 lb. anchor with 50 ft. of ½” BBB chain and 200’ of road
Lewmar Ocean-3 12VDC windlass with cockpit controls
Stainless steel pulpit, stanchions and lifelines
Full width Bimini over center cockpit
9 ft. inflatable ‘Carib’ dinghy with 15 hp Yamaha outboard
2 x s/s boarding ladders—one off transom; one removable for side entry
12 x mooring warps
6 x fenders
‘Fish-fighting chair (removable)
Chocks to securely carry the dinghy on the aft cabin house top
IC-M412 VHF radio
IC-710 SSB radio
Autohelm Depth, Speed, Log, Wind (Speed/Direction) and GPS
Autohelm 7000 autopilot
2 x Compasses—Autohelm Fluxgate, Danforth Constellaton
Yeoman chart plotter system
Port/starboard, stern, steaming running lights
Masthead tri-color/anchor light
Axium hand bearing compass
7 x fire extinguishers
16 x lifejackets - 14 adults, 2 child
Avon 6 man liferaft (last serviced 2005)
2 x First aid kits
6 x bilge pumps - 5 electric, 1 manual
Propane alarm and fire blanket
6 x harnesses
2 x foghorns
3 x life rings
Sudiki is hull #4 in this series of Gulfstar’s 60’ yachts. As such, she has carbon fiber bulkheads in the chain plate area as well as carbon fiber horizontal stringers that are glassed into the hull and run its full length. Over the years several modifications have been made to improve her interior lay-out as well as her performance. These modifications have all been made in accordance with the highest standards. In 2008 the deck seams were reefed and re-calked. The result has been a custom, world class yacht with clean, clutter-free decks that is easy and fun to sail. A perfect yacht for either chartering or extended cruising.
Since we purchased Sudiki in 2004 we have continually upgraded and maintained her. We have always run the yacht ourselves and started chartering in 2006. She has been well cared for and never abused. We are interested in selling her with, or without the business. Should you be a qualified buyer and have an interest in purchasing her, we extend the offer of chartering her for 4 or more days so that you can experience her charm and capabilities. If purchased, the cost of the charter will be applied towards the purchase price. Please contact the Clarke & Carter Caribbean Office for further details.
The company normally acts as broker for the vendor who unless otherwise stated is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in the preparation of these particulars the correctness is not guaranteed and they are intended as a guide only and do not constitute a part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check these particulars and where appropriate and at his own expense to employ a qualified marine surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability on our part.