The Highlander is both an excellent blue water capable cruising sailboat and an excellent, spacious live-aboard boat. She is cutter rigged and full keeled. This Ted Brewer designed boat can handle most any weather situation with comfort. There is ample space in the cockpit and on deck for a large group of friends. The helmsman has full instrumentation and communication right from the cockpit. No need to climb down into the boat to glance at the GPS or hail someone on the radio. Down below the Pilot House has lots of natural light and makes an excellent on-board office space. There is a second steering station in the pilot house and a nav station with a large chart table. The pilot house has two berths. One is normally a game table with two facing seats, but the table can be lowered to produce a second berth. The pilot house has a wet locker. The aft cabin has a private head and a custom foam mattress and can sleep up to two people. Going forward from the pilot house there is a U shaped galley with a Force Ten 4 burner propane stove and oven, double sink, 120 VAC/12VDC refrigerator, and separate ice box. There is ample storage throughout the boat. On the starboard side there is the forward head which has a separate shower compartment. Moving forward takes you to the large salon area. The salon table has two parts either of which can fold up and provides seating for up to nine diners. A piece of the salon table can be removed which converts the port side of the salon into a double berth. An additional guest can sleep on the starboard settee. Going forward from the salon leads to the forward cabin which can comfortably sleep 2. Forward of the forward cabin is the chain locker.
The Highlander is kept quite warm and dry with her excellent Kabola B-8 hydronic heating system. This makes year round living aboard her a pleasure. Her powerful Ford-Lehman 80hp diesel engine is both safe and reliable. Ample tank capacity for fuel and water make long distance cruising a breeze. Recent Fuel system service overhaul with new valves and fuel polish treatment. The owner is ready to sell this capable offshore sailing yacht..Attractive Price $15000. Reduction ...Now just $84,500.!!!!
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Mao Ta Yacht
Designer: Ted Brewer
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 46 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 10 in
Displacement: 33500 lbs
Ballast: 12000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 65 ft 0 in
Headroom: 6 ft 2 in
Number of single berths: 1
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
Seating Capacity: 8
Wind speed and direction
Steering wheel - Dual Helms IN / OUT
Heating - Recent Hydronic Heating System
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 110V
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.
Mains’l, Stays’l, roller furler jib
Cockpit mounted instruments (all accessible from the helm):
Signet Knot log
Signet Wind Speed/Direction
Garmin GPSmap 3006C
Mounts on Binnacle
Can be easily removed and secured below
Radio handset in cockpit
Dual steering stations (one in cockpit, one in pilot house)
ICOM IC-M422 VHF marine radio
Ford Lehman 80 HP Engine
Single screw with dripless shaft seal
Kabola B-8 hydronic heating system with 5 independent zones.
Automatic Bilge pump
Two holding tanks
Two 150 gallon water tank 300 total
Two 120 gallon diesel fuel tanks
Outback Sealed FX 2012MT 2,000 Watt 12V charger inverter
100 amps DC 12V charging
17 amps AC 120V from inverter
Outback MATE Remote Monitor and Controller
Shore/Inverter selection switch
Charles 30amp isolation transformer
Two banks of sealed gel cell batteries:
Port bank: (6) 6V 200ah Lifeline AGM
Starboard bank: (4) 6V 200ah Lifeline AGM
Force 10 4 burner propane stove and oven with solenoid safety system.
Double galley sink
Bilge pump switch replaced
Sight glass for fuel tank replaced
Pilot house portlights replaced
New hot water heater
Engine inspection, maintenance, and tuning by Pat’s Marine.
New Depth sounder and knot log and new display units
Some cabin lights replaced
Replaced VHF radio
Port Townsend Rigging rerigged all standing rigging on the main mast, replaced chainplates.
New main halyard winch
New main blocks and sheet
New main and jib halyards
New electrical in mast
New wind instrumentation
Townsend Bay Marine installed:
A Kabola hydronic heating system
A Charles 30amp isolation transformer
A dripless shaft seal
New shaft bearing and motor mounts
Replaced toilet in forward head with a Thetford Skipper.
Major electrical system overhaul:
Engine starting system completely rewired to ABYC standards
Lead acid batteries replaced with Lifeline AGM 6V batteries
Outback Charger/Inverter installed
About the Designer
Ted Brewer - designer of the Pan Oceanic Yachts
Naval Architect Ted Brewer has designed over 260 boats. Born in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Ted made his professional career in the US. Brewer now lives in Agassiz, British Columbia, Canada.
He has worked on designs ranging from the America's Cup successful defender Weatherly to motor yachts. Ted's production designs include the Whitby 42, Cabot 36, Morgan 38 - and the Pan Oceanic sailboats - 38, 43, and 46.
One of Brewer's signature design features is the "Brewer Bite" - Brewer's clever way of adding some of the windward sailing advantage of a fin keel boat to a cruising boat's full keel. At the same time, the "Brewer Bite" offers protection for the prop -- an important feature for a cruising boat -- just as you would see in a full keel design. The "Brewer Bite" was used in all of the Pan Oceanic Designs. You can see it clearly in this Pan Oceanic 46 hull drawing.
While Pan Oceanic yachts were not produced in large numbers, the fact that Ted Brewer designed them brings instant respect.