"ALTAIR" is a truly unique yacht that was designed and built by an exceptionally knowledgeable seller to full USCG inspection vessel standards. Charter business available! USCG licensed to carry 27 passengers and Licenced commercial charter fishing boat. This may effect the sales tax when purchased.
This yacht is capable of world wide cruising in comfort and safety. The hull is constructed from MAG 10 steel with 1/4" underbody and 3/16" topsides and deck. The transverse frames are 3" x 3/8" hot forged mag 10 steel on 24" centers. The Longitudinal frames are 1½" notch inserts with 24 inch centers midship, and run full length of yacht reducing in width to the bow and stern. There is a 10" x ½" inner strike plate welded to the peak of the bow. There are also collision bulkheads at the forpeak and lazarette which are waterproof.
The deck layout allows easy movement in all areas. Wide walk-around, large afterdeck, and ample cockpit are well designed for safety. There are large stainless steel stanchions and teak caprail surrounding the yacht from the stern to the bow pulpit. All built to USCG requirements. All winches are located in the cockpit near the helm and allow one person to trim from the helm area. The hull is finished in LP paint, along with the deck which are coated with silica nonskid.
The interior hull is insulated with foam, and in the bilge areas has been coated with rimspay polyurethane which is the same materiel that modern car bumpers are constructed from. The amount of foam will keep the yacht floating, if the interior was totally flooded. The foam insulation also quiets the water sounds, and controls temperature effectively.
Powered by Perkins 4-236 diesel. Also, a 6.5 Kw Entec generator that is powered by a Kubota diesel, and 2 Kw Heart invertor. The yacht has been constructed in a manner that all machinery areas are easily accessed for service.
There are three exceptionally large staterooms, large head with stall shower and vanity and a very large galley. The navigation station is located mid-ship to port and is capable of holding a full size admiralty chart on top, and swings up for flat chart storage. The interior is handcrafted white birch solid planking with teak, removable cabin sole. The sole is constructed of teak grid with molded rubber non-skid inserts. Electronics included are a full compliment of B & G electronics and Raytheon radar, loran, Garmin 210 GPS, One Kenwood and one Icom SSB/Ham radio. There is a DVD player that goes to a large flat screed monitor along with the ability to drive a VCR player. Some of the additional equipment included are a 14' Zodiac hard bottom inflatable with 30 HP. 4 cycle outboard, new rubber tubes, electric davits, new rigging, Furlex furling and LP paint.
"ALTAIR" is constantly up-graded and maintained in cosmetically and mechanically excellent condition. This yacht is one that must be seen to be truly appreciated. The seller will be happy to meet with potential clients to review the many facets of this exceptional yacht.
Please contact at (562) 594-9716
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 61 ft 0 in
Beam: 17 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 8 ft 6 in
Total Power: 85 Cruising Speed: 6.5 @ 1800 Max Speed: 8 @ 2400
Fuel: 325 USG Holding: 50 Plus Gallons
The interior of "Altair" is done in light tone birch which is hard wood planking. All cabinets are of the same wood, along with the dinette table. The cabin sole is unique in the fact that it is teak grating with molded polyurethane non-skid in the grate voids.
The interior layout features two cabins aft, the port side being the master berth. This area has drawers, hanging lockers, vanity with mirror, and foot lockers. Both berths aft and 6'7" and good width. Both cabins have birch hardwood privacy doors.
Moving forward from the aft berths, there is a small hallway which passes the engine room and into the salon. The navigation station and galley are on the starboard side, and the settee/dinette are on the port side. The entrance to the large head is on the port side adjacent to the companionway stairs. It has a large stall shower, vanity, and vacuflush head. There is ample storage for cosmetic items, and towels, etc. There is a large, over 30 cubic foot freezer on the port side forward of the settee.
The galley has good counter space with a peninsular counter with exceptionally large double stainless steel sink with pressure water. There are cabinets above and various racks for storage of kitchen items. There is a large top load refrigeration box, estimated around 20 Cubic Feet, in the counter of the galley. The stove is a kerosene Shipmate with pressure tank under the stove/oven.
Moving forward, there is a large Vee Berth area that extends to the watertight bulkhead.
Brooks and Gatehouse hornet and hecta cruise pack. Depth, speed, apparrent wind angle and wind speed.
Raytheon pathfinder Radar.
(2) VHF marine radio's.
(2) Compass's, one 8" Ritchie at helm.
Ray Nav 550 Loran
Icom 700 SSB/HAM.
All Band receiver.
Benmar 220AT autopilot.
Gateway LCD monitor for DVD/VCR.
Stereo am/fm radio.
Temperature sensor control for all
areas of boat and machinery.
Entec/Kabota 6.5KW gen set.
AC/DC breaker panel at nav station.
Full lighting around boat.
USCG required running lights.
(4) AGM batteries (total 600 amps) for house batteries.
(4) batteries for isolated start batteries.
Battery selector switch.
Parallel ability for emergency.
Heart 2000 inverter.
Misc. electric pumps.
Battery charger (30 amp)
Shore power cord (20 amp)
Zodiac 14.5 dinghy with new tubes.
30 HP - 4 cycle outboard.
Full teak cap with stainless steel stanchion rail full length of boat to steel pulpit.
Ideal 12VT windlass with remote switch.
Aluminum spars and booms.
Two watertight bulkheads, both fore and aft.
Deck hatches over aft and forward cabins.
steel access hatches to forepeak and lazarette storage.
Sails and Rigging
Main, mizzen and Genoa.
(2)Barient (36 STC).
(2)Barient (27) STC).
S/S standing Rigging.
180 Genoa (light)/Drifter.
Staysail (not rigged).
This boat requires seeing to believe. It is rated class 100A Ice breaker by the USCG. The hull and weld work is exceptionally fair, and this yacht represents well over the asking price and would be impossible to replace at today's costs. Come take a look and bring us an offer.
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 877-648-6713Tel: (562) 594-9716