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Bob Perry designed motorsailor
- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Kemah, TX
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 159,000
- Sale Pending
SAFE AND TRUSTWORTHY YACHT!
A MOTORSAILER, LIKE THE SEAMASTER, WITH THE COMBINATION OF VERY GOOD SAILING ATTRIBUTES AND EXTENDED PERFORMANCE UNDER POWER, IS A RARE COMBINATION.
The Seamaster 46, a Robert Perry designed motorsailer, was built by the Lien Hwa Boat Yard in Taiwan to be extremely strong and very blue-water capable. The workmanship throughout is very good. This boat can sail well, upwind and down, with a rig that emphasizes ease of handling and she has the added advantages of offering protected inside steering as well as an engine capable of maintaining hull speed at very comfortable RPM levels. Perry’s design was ahead of its time. He erred on the side of her being a sailboat with a modified classic Perry hull sporting fuller aft sections to improve motoring ability. Hull volume provides enough tankage for both fuel and water to make her a worthy long-range yacht. The interior is bright, airy and spacious.
Kokopelli has been nicely maintained and would make an excellent choice both for extended offshore cruising as well as a great live-aboard.
See the full specs for more details and call the listing broker today for the opportunity to see this nice yacht!
With over 60 boats in two locations, it’s like a boat show every day!
David Jackson CPYB
32 Years Experience in Professional Yacht Sales
Licensed and Bonded Florida Yacht Broker
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- E-mail: David@LittleYachtSales.com
Please contact David Jackson at 713-806-8953
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 46 ft 1 in
Beam: 14 ft 2 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 10 in
Displacement: 33000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 63 ft 5 in
Engine Brand: Perkins
Year Built: 1986
Engine Model: 4-236
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2934
Fresh Water Tanks: (300 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 (220 Gallons)
The interior of the boat is a varnished light ash giving the vessel a bright and airy feel. Trim is solid teak. There are 75 storage compartments throughout the vessel, making it ideal as a live-aboard or for extensive cruising. This vessel’s incredible storage is not found in newer vessels.
Starting forward, there is a VIP cabin featuring an offset double berth to port. Opposite to starboard is a large hanging locker and ample storage in multiple drawers, cabinets, and cubbies.
Moving just aft to port, there is a large enclosed head with separate stall shower. Opposite the head is a large pantry/hanging locker.
Moving up two steps, you enter the spacious and airy main salon/pilothouse with the lower helm to starboard and a U-shaped galley to port. Aft of the galley is a convertible U-shaped dinette. A single settee and Nav station below is on the starboard side. The entire pilothouse features 270 degree visibility from standing or seated positions.
Moving aft and centerline in the pilothouse, you can access the center cockpit by going up three steps. Or, you can step down two steps on the starboard side to enter the large aft owner’s stateroom. This cabin features a centerline, walk-around double berth to starboard with an enclosed head and shower beyond. There are two large hanging lockers and numerous storage lockers and drawers in the aft owner’s cabin.
From the owner’s cabin, moving aft and up two steps leads to the spacious aft cockpit with two teak deck chairs and cocktail table. Forward of the aft cockpit and up three steps provides additional access to the enclosed center cockpit.
- All interior settee cushions have leather backs and fabric seats
- Fully air conditioned with three separate units with a total of 34,000 BTU’s
- A large flat panel JVC TV/DVD in the main salon (2011)
- Boat is wired for satellite TV and telephone hookups
- (2) New Sony speakers (2016) in aft cockpit; (2) speakers in pilot house w/ iPod/iPhone compatible Pioneer stereo (2008)
- Reading lights feature LED replacement bulbs, cutting power consumption by over 80%
- “Peek-a-Boo” port light sliding privacy/sun protection covers for (8) port lights
- Weems & Plath Barometer and Ship’s clock
- Three burner Princess LCG galley stove/oven (2007)
- Propane system was replaced in 2009. Includes (2) propane tanks in deck storage locker & Xintex propane sniffer
- Large custom Lakewood Yacht Service built top and front load 120V refrigeration and top loading freezer. Both are holding plate systems
- Double stainless steel sink
- All water systems on the boat have been upgraded (primary water pump replaced 2015)
- Water filtration system for galley fresh water
- U-Line Icemaker, 25 lbs./day
- Splendide 120V Com-O-Matic 2000 automatic washer/dryer (NOT WORKING)
- RL70CPlus Raymarine 24 mile Radar/ChartPlotter system at the Navigation Desk and a redundant duplicate system at the outside helm station
- Raymarine RN300 GPS and a Garmin GPS system
- Gmap charts from Gulf to Columbia, Western Caribbean, Panama and West Coast, including Sea of Cortez
- Raymarine depth sounder
- Robertson AP200DL autopilot with its own flux gate compass, hydraulic pump and wired remote control unit for operating the autopilot from the outside helm
- ICOM IC-M504 VHF with CommandMicII in the cockpit
- ICOM AIS Transponder MA-500TR (New 2013)
- ICOM IC-M802 SSB radio (New 2013)
- Horizon wind (wind speed indicator inoperative), depth, and speed (not tested or used and considered inoperative) instruments
- Batteries (2015): 8D Start, (2) 6V Trojan House & (2) Group 31 Bow Thruster
- Newmar PT-40 3 stage charger (2010). (2) Group 31 bow thruster battery (2015) with 30 amp Balmar Duo-charge 12V charging system for thruster (2009)
- 12 gallon 110V Alcraft VR12FS stainless steel water heater, 1500 watt
- Village Water maker (inoperative)
- Cobra 1000 watt DC to AC inverter
Cockpit, Deck & Hull
- Vetus Deck Material (cork and rubber composite). Replaced in 2006.
- Vetus 95KGF 7” Bow thruster (2009)
- Double bow roller, 65 pound Bruce anchor with 300" chain, 45 pound CQR with 250 three strand nylon and chain rode
- Spring loaded boom vang (2007)
- Center and aft cockpit bimini’s (New 2012). Most exterior Safire Blue Sunbrella canvas was replaced (2007); including all bimini covers and the mainsail cover. New windshield and center cockpit side curtains (2010) and new hatch and windless covers (2012).
- New Aqua Signal LED running lights and mast head light (2009). New LED forward deck light (2012). Spreader lights
- The boat had a bottom job in May 2016; a few small cosmetic blisters were noted.
- Hull completely re-gelcoated to “like new” condition with 8 coats sprayed during 2009 refit.
- Primary anchor is a 66 lb. Bruce with 300' heavy chain.
- Secondary anchor is a 45 lb. CQR with 250’ three strand nylon rode. There is a backup Danforth stern anchor
- The anchor windless is a Maxwell 2300 rated at 2300 lbs.
- A new anchor bridal with large snap shackles and a new Lewmar chain stopper provides redundant restraint to take strain of the anchor rode off the windless.
- Original Goiot toe rail completely replaced with original equipment (2009)
- Four large Goiot deck hatches over pilothouse and forward sleeping cabin, companionway hatches are Goiot and offshore capable
- Lifesling rescue system and throwable life ring
- Custom dingy davits mounted on swim platform
- Magma grill (2012)
- Dock lines and fenders
- Storm tri-sail track installed on mast plus inner forestay exit sheave (2009).
- Re-chromed deck hawser cleats and one additional added each side. Now 4 on each side making hurricane line deployment more secure
- Deck wash down system
- Buff and wax (May 2016)
Engine & Generator
- The boat's engine is a 4 cylinder series 71 4-236 85 HP Perkins Engine. The engine consumes 1 gal/hr @ 1800 – 2000 rpms/6.5kt (2934 hours)
- Genset is Westerbeke model BTD7.6, 7.6 KW. 1275 hours. Consumes .5 gal per hour
- New heat exchanger on genset (2016)
- The boat has a flexible fuel polishing system, where fuel can be polished in one tank while the engine and generator can run off of the other tank. The fuel polishing system can be used to move fuel from one tank to another tank. To prevent accidental over filling of a tank, float alarms are installed at the top of each tank, to sound an alarm and to automatically shut off the fuel polishing pump
- The Perkins engine has been modified to have an electric fuel pump, so air can be bled from the fuel lines without running the engine starter
- The engine has an in-line Dual-Racor filter installed, so if a problem occurs with one filter a simple valve operation can switch to a standby filter. Both engine and genset have Racor vacuum gauges to monitor fuel filter condition
- Tank Tender monitors for diesel level in each of the 2 diesel tanks
- PSI dripless seal & shaft coupler replaced 2009. Shaft removed and checked for true and straight condition (2009). Shaftsaver. Driveline is quiet and vibration free.
- New Max Prop 24” feathering three blade classic and new cutlass bearing (12/2010). Spare 2 blade original prop.
- Major PM service on engine and genset: fluids, zinc’s primary and secondary fuel filters, all serviced.
- Halon Fireboy engine fire suppression system present but can no longer be certified
Plumbing & Tanks
The forward head has a Masterflush macerating electric head (2008)
The aft cabin has a Wilcox Crittenden Skipper II toilet replaced in 2007
The overboard waste discharge pumps were upgraded to Dometic SeaLand T-12 diaphragm pumps that can run dry without any damage. Y valves allow waste to be directed to on board waste tanks or directed overboard for offshore use
All faucets and shower attachments in the boat have been replaced and upgraded
Aft head shower not hooked up
Cockpit shower installed 2013
Both heads have separate shower sumps and a separate air conditioning condesate sump w/pumps & float switches
The boat contains 2 (220 gallon) diesel tanks for a total of 440 gallons of diesel
The boat carries 4 (75 gallon) water tanks for a total of 300 gallons of water
Tank Tenders monitor the water level in each of the 4 water tanks and each of two fuel tanks
There is a 35 gallon custom holding tank forward under the berth (2008) and a 15 gallon aft holding tank under the aft berth
An electric indicator system displays the level of fluid in both holding tanks
Fuel: Starboard tank - full, Port tank – 140 gal (Total – 360 gal, New in April 2016)
As the tanks are fiberglass, there is never a concern the tanks will have to be replaced
- Two Dynaplates were installed in the hull for a marine sideband grounding system
- All standing rigging replaced by Stix-n-Rig’n (2012)
- (2) Backstay antenna insulators (Installed by Stix-n-Rig’n, 2012)
- Lifelines & chainplates replaced in 2012
- All steering in the boat is hydraulic. Each helm has separate hydraulic pumps. Emergency tiller
- High water alarm
- Lower helm steering pump rebuilt (2009)
- Winslow 6 person offshore valise type life raft (needs recertification)
- Clothing and personal items
The Listing Brokerage 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 regardless of information provided. 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. PLEASE NOTE: All electronics are listed for verification purposes but not warranted in the selling price of the boat.
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, any warranties expressed or implied and/or any engine service as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
All the yacht brokerage agents at the listing company are Independent Contractors.