This custom Deerfoot was designed with serious cruisers in mind. If you prefer a civilized lifestyle, and cruising swiftly, comfortably and safely, then the Deerfoot Yachts Mango Tango is the yacht for you. She's set up to be easily handled by two, although for safety's sake, extra crew was aboard for the longest passages. Mango Tango has all the amenities one would expect in a custom yacht of this size, including: washer, AC, genset, watermaker, excellent electronics, and the list goes on.
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Max Bridge Clearance: 70 Ballast: 9394 Displacement: 40000
Total Power: 110 Cruising Speed: 8.5 k Max Speed: 9.5 k
Fuel: 160 Fresh Water: 160 Holding: aft head
Accommodations Vessel Walkthrough: The master stateroom is forward and has a large pullman berth with drawers below. Lockers, drawers and other storage are opposite. The ensuite head compartment is forward and features a shower/ bathtub, sink with vanity, and a marine toilet. The forward bulkhead is watertight.
The saloon, galley and nav station are midships and provide an open gathering spot for crew and guests. The nav station is spacious enough to be used as an office when anchored. Portlights on either side of the yacht allow light and views in, while the many overhead opening hatches provide excellent ventilation and even more light. The upholstery is navy blue leather, countertops are also navy blue, both of which complement the look of the custom teak joinery throughout. The sole is teak and holly.
Two staterooms aft provide storage and guest / crew cabins. The portside stateroom has over/under berths, while the starboard cabin has a large double berth. Both cabins have hanging lockers and other storage. The day/guest head is to port, just aft of the galley.
13K btu & 6K btu AC units
Leather upholstery in saloon area
Panasonic multi-format TV
Panasonic DVD player
(5) Hella fans
Large mirrors in each stateroom
9w PV lighting throughout
Low amp tube lighting at sole & behind valances
Retractable screens & shade cloths for overhead hatches
Roll-away heat reflecting shades for portlights
Dorade vents in every cabin
Galley & Laundry
The large galley is amidships and forms a deep U which provides lots of counter and storage space, not to mention the safety factor. The cook can easily brace against the counter to prepare meals while in a seaway.
Double sinks with H/C pressure water
Force 10 3-burner propane stove w/oven & broiler
Grunert holding plate refrigeration & freezer
Corian counter tops
Clothes washer (located aft head compartment)
Seawater foot pumps (not currently connected)
The nav station computer ('09) runs C-Map. A Motorola Iridium sat-phone conveys.
W-H hydraulic autopilot
Furuno 1622 16 mi radar (cockpit)
Furuno 1700 radar (nav station)
Kenwood SSB w/tuner
Hornet series display at nav station (not currently connected)
10 sq meter grounding plate/counterpoise antenna in hull
Standard Horizon VHF radio w/remote mic.
Suunto self adjusting compass ('04)
B&G knotmeter/log & depth at helm & nav station
The electrical system on this yacht was designed to be compatible with both North American and European systems.
Nor-pro 7kW genset ('08, 273 hrs)
110v & 220v invertors
(8) 12v AGM batteries (house)
(2) 12v AGM batteries (start)
Battery selector switch
175 amp engine alternator w/spare
(2) 40 amp starter battery alternators
Three step regulator
Large capacity automatic battery charger (w/smaller, back-up battery charger)
Large isolation transformer
(2) dockside electrical connections w/cords
Several pigtail adapters
Hull and Deck
There are watertight bulkheads both forward and aft offering extra protection in case of collision. The forward deck locker is huge and houses racks for six dive tanks, chain, lines, sails and has room for more gear. The hull was Awlgripped in '01.
110# Bruce w/300' chain
85# Luke Yachtsman anchor
Danforth T-6000 w/30' chain + rode
Maxwell electric windlass ('08)
Fresh & saltwater washdown systems
Dodger & bimini
Deck awning extends forward from dodger to bow
Givins 8 person life raft (needs service)
Custom teak & S/S passarelle w/handrail & stern mount socket
11' roll-up dinghy w/5hp Yamaha OB
Swim platform w/ladder
30" stanchions w/lifelines
High density foam cockpit cushions
Cockpit swivel chairs
Sails & Rigging
Reckman furler on headstay
85% Yankee (2/06)
Staysail (2/06) & spare staysail
Doyle full batten mainsail w/batcars (rebuilt 6/'09) & lazyjack system
3000 GPH "crash pump" on electric clutch to engine
Engine & genset freshwater cooled
Engine room acoustical/thermal insulation
(2) fuel filters for engine w/switch over & electric fuel pump, separate genset fuel pump
As is true for most custom yachts, this one was built over a male mold. The hull and deck are a monocoque* structure, with no hull/deck joint. Advanced techiniques for balsa cored construction were employed, including the careful elimination of excess resin. Building the hull "upside-down" means that the cloth used is laid in tension and excess resin flows away from the hull rather than pooling in the bottom. This produces a stronger structure and lighter weight. After the interior components were added, the balsa cored deck was built in place, eliminating the hull/deck joint. This structure is completely tied together with every element drawing strength from every other element.
*Monocoque is a construction technique that supports structural load by using an object's exterior, as opposed to using an internal frame or truss that is then covered with a non-load-bearing skin.
Webasto diesel radiant heat system - needs repair
(3) cockpit tables: small to large
Fenders & docklines
PFD's & throwable devices
Hand held search light
Drogue w/line alarm system
Many spare parts
CO monitor in main cabin
Deck hatches equipped w/breakwaters
(2) Firdell blipper radar reflectors
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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