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- Chicago, IL
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- Current Price:
- US$ 119,000
TIME IN A BOTTLE is very well-maintained example of this venerable Nauticat design which is a scaled down Nauticat 40' S & S design.; a fine pedigree.
Her owners are sailors of long experience and have continually kept her as close to new condition as possible. They have been her stewards since new in 1988..
Like her big sister the Nauticat 40 she is a delight to sail and would make a n ideal choice for extended cruising, liveaboard, and /or island-hopping.
Her original owner has been meticulous with care & maintenance, storing her indoors in a heated shed with the masts out and covered. Engine oil analysis annually. She will be an easy 9 on anyone's 1-10 scale You will think you're looking at a much newer boat.
Don't miss this one!!
Please contact Robert Beaumont at 781-799-6849
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
TIME IN A BOTTLE
LOA: 34 ft 11 in
Beam: 11 ft 4 in
LWL: 29 ft 6 in
Minimum Draft: 5 ft 7 in
Displacement: 17000 lbs
Ballast: 6000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 53 ft 0 in
Cruising Speed: 7 knots
Maximum Speed: 8 knots
TIME IN A BOTTLE is well-arranged below deck. and can accommodate 5 crew.A filler for the pilothouse settee increases accommodations to 7.
The aft cabin has full, generous. athwartship volume without the cockpit compromising headroom as on aft cockpit boats. The double berth is largeand arranged fore and aft on a slight bias.
There are opening portlights Port & Starboard for light & ventilation. There is good -sized hanging locker in the starboard forward corner of the cabin and another abutting it and just forward going up the steps into the pilothouse.
The aft head is in the opposite forward corner of the pilothouse and is totally private to the aft cabin. A sink w/ hot & cold pressure water, a shower, toilet w/ 30 gall. holding tank and lockers outboard and under sink are in this head compartment.
The pilothouse is up 2 steps and forward and has a bank of lockers and shelf below the starboard side pilothouse windows The pilothouse affords panoramic visibility whether seated or standing; good level sightlines. Good for safety at night or in bad weather; great for visually appreciating the harbor or the ocean. A large U-shaped settee embraces a table to Port.
The chart table, helm throttle & gear occupy the Starboard forward corner and the yacht can be conned from this station wit all needed instrumentation.(See electronics)
Forward and descending 2 steps you are in a fore & aft arranged galley with off- white formica counter tops and teak locker storage outboard to Starboard. There are lockers and drawers under the counter as well.
- Toploading refrigerated icebox, Engels refrigeration, 12V
- Gimballed, 3- burner propane stove with oven.
- Double stainless galley sink w/ Hot & Cold pressure water
- Locker with 5 wire basket drawers
- teak drawers under counter.
- sliding cutting board under counter
- hatch, dorade and Nicro solar vent fan for light and ventilation
Opposite the galley is a forward head:
- Sink w/ hot & cold pressure water
- marine toilet w/ holding tank (approximately 30 galls.)
- counter and outboard storage lockers. mirror
There is a v-berthed forward cabin with overhead hatch, Nicro Solar vent fan for light and ventilation. Four drawers are under the V-berth.
A hanging locker is in the Port side aft corner.
- Garmin ,2001, GPS182C, chartplotter
- Raytheon, Neco hydraulic, autopilot
- VDO depthsounder , both helms
- VDO wind instruments, cockpit
- VDO Knotmeter/Log, both helms
- Suunto compass, cockpit binnacle
- New 2015Standard Horizon VHF
- AM/FM/CD Stereo with speakers, pilothouse & cockpit
- Samsung TV w/ masthead antenna
- DVD player
- NEW 2017 (2) 4D 150 amp batteries
- Engine starting battery, 4D, 160 amp (2012)
- Shore Power 120V, 30 amp with breaker panel
- Breakered 12 V distribution panel
- Prosine battery charge, 2001
- Prosine 1800 inverter (converts 12V to 120V) 2001
- (2) 25 Watt Solar panels w/regulators for charging / House & Engine start battery
- (2) VDO volt & amp gauges
DECK and HULL
- TIME IN A BOTTLE has been stored INDOORS in a heated shed every year since new
- The hull is all hand-laminated FBG from the waterline down and Bals cored FBG sandwich from the waterline up.
- The Subdeck, beneath the teak is solid FBG laminate (no coring).
- The bottom was barrier-coated by Nauticat in Finland before she was shipped to the U.S., Each year the bottom is professionally -prepped and sprayed w/ VC-17
- Teak Deck re-caulked 2012,maintained per Teak-Decking Systems guidelines
- CQR, 48#s, plow anchor w/20' chain & 300' of nylon rode
- Danforth type 27# anchor w/ 250' nylon rode
- Bow pulpit w/ teak catwalk & anchor roller
- Bow pulpit has hardware for tack of asymetrical spinnakers
- Teak handrails,varnished
- Swim ladder mounted on transom with varnished teak treads
- Lifeline gates Port & Starboard
- Cockpit table , varnished teak
- Canvas mooring covers, binnacle, helmseat, sail covers
- Running lights, Spreader lights, anchor light
- Sailing Dinghy 8' TRINKA. w/ sailing rig & oars
- Edson davits, removable
- Lifesling MOB
- (2) horseshoe buoys w/ rescue lights
- Forespar MOB pole & MOB retrieval throw bag
- (6) Docklines
- (3) Fenders
- Solar flares kit (offshore)
- (3) floatation cushions
- (4) Offshore auto-inflatable life jackets w/ tethers, rescue lights (rearm spares)
- (6) USCG Type II lifejackets
- Backup battery-powered running lights
- Cockpit cushions
- Spreader lights
SAILS, RIG, WINCHES
- Selden anodized aluminum Spars with wire rope stays and shrouds and Hasselfors turnbuckles
- (4) Genoa & spinnaker halyards
- Harken backstay adjuster
- Selden rodkick boomvang
- Selden Spinnaker pole and all associated gear
- Harken Roller Furler, headstay
- Lewmar traveller
- WINCHES: (2) Lewmar 46 ST Primaries, (3) Lewmar 16ST Mainsheet & halyard, Andersen mast mounted for outhaul/reefing
- Mast-mounted line clutches for halyards
- SAILS: DOYLE Spectra full-batten mainsail good-very good) w/ Battslides, Harken lazy-jacks, Doyle Quicksilver 150%, Dacron, Genoa ('98) , Doyle 110% jib, Storm jib (new condition,unused) Storm trysail
- SPINNAKERS: Doyle 3/4 oz. Tri-radial symmetrical,; (1) Doyle asymmetrical,'98 w/sock; (1) Doyle asymmetrical '88 1.5oz. looks new
ENGINE , MECHANICAL
- Volvo 2003T Diesel, main engine fresh-water cooled (totally rebuilt 1996) 700 hours since rebuild
- Annual oil analysis
- Engine maintenance 2016- turbo-charger rebuilt, new injectors, heat exchanger, and oil coolers rebuilt,new water pump.
- Oil , Coolant and filters replaced annually
- Dripless shaft seal, 2014
- Maxprop 3-bladed, feathering prop; Fixed 3-bladed 16X13 spare prop
- Engine alarm, both helms
- 7.5 knots cruising, 8 knots max speed
- Eberspacher D3L diesel-fired heater with thermostat
- Seaward 6 gallon water heater
- (2) helms pilothouse & cockpit, Teleflex Capialano hydraulic steering both helms
- 3 (2) fuel tanks, 93 galls.; shutoffs for both tanks
- (2) water tanks,132 galls
- (2) Holding tanks approx. 30 galls. each
- Head compartments in owner's cabin aft and just aft of the forward cabin
- Tiled, drains, sinks w/ hot & cold pressure water, lockers, formica on bulheads, trimmed out in teak
- Jabsco pressure water pump
- Handheld shower each head
- (2) Wilcox Crittenden marine toilets w/ manual pumps, Y-valves & manual pump out
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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