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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Chester, NS
- Hull Material:
- Last Listed Price:
- US$ 95,000
"Deep Blue II" is an proven offshore cruising boat.
Completely self sufficient using a combination of solar and wind power - her frig stays cold day & night.
She features three sleeping cabins(two with bunks), two heads including an ensuite in the owner's aft cabin for ultimate privacy while cruising with guests.
Built in South Africa to travel comfortably, her interior is designed for safe passage.
Current owners are retiring for distance sailing but noted they sailed 12,000NM over the past three years.
She calls Lunenburg, Nova Scotia home and be shown by appointment.
Please enjoy the youtube walk through video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2nfpSSYBYAY
Survey and Med Marine PDF manual are available for review.
Contact us for details on how to buy this boat - we handle everything from pre purchase surveys through to financing(if required) and insurance needs - one call - full service! Toll free at 866 590 9210. Thanks.
Contact Jim or Chris Power at email@example.com for additional information.
Please contact Sunnybrook Yachts at 902 444 4500
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Deep Blue II
Total Power: 55 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JH-TE
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 4000
Propeller: Folding propeller
Engine Power: 55 HP
Below decks are highlighted with a very appealling layout that comfortably sleeps seven in three separate cabins. Stepping down the companionway ladder, to port is the fixed teak dinette table with circular settee that seats eight. A locking wine cabinet and bookshelves are fitted above the settee. To starboard is the Nav station with chart plotter and radios. Moving forward, to starboard is a cabin with two "double decker" berths. To port is the forward head with shower. Forward is the "crossed over-under V-berth. The galley is aft and starboard - along the passageway to the aft cabin. The aft cabin includes one single berth to starboard and a double berth to port. The aft head includes a shower. All cabins have hanging lockers.
The engine is located under the cockpit and accessed through removeable panels from the companionway steps and from the walk-through opposite the galley. Many components are located in the lazerette on the port side of the engine and are accessed from the port cockpit hatch.
Teak and holly cabin sole.
Blue leather cushions.
Two fans in salon, One in every berth.
Five aluminum deck hatches.
6 volume indexed library containing all boat equipment manuals.
Fire proof safe in after berth cabinet.
White vinyl headliner.
Low Amperage LED lights in Salon and Aft Berth.
Top loading 220V refrigerator/freezer (new compressor in 2008).
Front loading 12 V refrigerator (new compressor in 2007).
1500 W GE turntable microwave (new in 2012).
Force 10 three burner propane stove with oven, broiler and electric sparker.
Foot pump salt and fresh water system.
Fresh water pressurized system (fresh water pump new in 2007; pressure sensitive auto shut off).
2 Monel fresh water tanks (75 gallon (with gauge)+ 17 gallon auxiliary tank).
All new PEX plumbing in 2013
Two 10 lb LPG bottles (one new in 2015).
Large 2 ½ S/S sink with fitted Cutting Board.
Gas Barbecue mounted aft deck with Sunbrella Cover. (removed but available)
Water heater with engine heat exchanger.
Raymarine ST 6000 autopilot (new in 2007).
Furuno NavNet V2 Chartplotter/24 mile Radar (new in 2005).
12" nav station display.
7" pedestal display.
Hand held remote control.
ICOM 502 VHF radio
Standard Horizon VHF & remote on pedestal.
West Marine hand held VHF radio.
Clarion radio with remote control; AM/FM, CD player, MP3/IPod, Sirius satellite radio.
Raymarine ST60 Speed log.
Raymarine ST60 Dept indicator.
Autohelm ST50 Wind indicator.
Autohelm ST50 VMG indicator.
Raymarine ST6000 autopilot (2005).
ICOM 810 Single Side Band Radio.
Packor III Modem. Operates with Sailmail for email and GRIB files
AIS receiver with antenna splitter
VHF antennas on Main and stern arch
Custom built low power anchor watch.
In 2005, the boat underwent a total, $65,000 refit of electrical and electronic systems. Every wire on the boat was removed and replaced with new wiring to ABYC standards. Complete system documentation included.
160 amp engine alternator, charging house batteries.
Balmar 614 computer controlled voltage regulator (as spare).
100 amp Balmar engine alternator, charging engine/anchor winch batteries.
Spare Balmar 612 Voltage Regulator.
175 Watt solar panel with Blue Sky high efficiency voltage regulator plus 75 watt panel.
1500 watt inverter.
80 amp battery charger.
There are currently 6 batteries - four AGM House and two for engine/windlass.
House batteries--4 new AGM
50' 50 Amp shore power cable
Hubbel YZ230 power adapter powers a 50 Amp 250 boat from two 30 Amp 125 Volt AC receptacles at dockside.
Air Breeze 140 watt wind generator
6 volume indexed library containing all boat equipment manuals.
55 HP 4JH-TE turbocharged Yanmar diesel.
Turbo rebuilt in 2010.
Engine & injector system service (2010).
Kanzake Hurth KB20 2.17:1 transmission (new seals & bearing 2013)
Steel engine frames over fiberglass stringers (two mounts new 2012).
Dripless stuffing box.
Stainless steel prop shaft (shaft and cutlass bearing new in 2008).
New 3-blade folding prop.Spare fixed 3 blade prop
-35 gallon main tank (starboard) with fuel gauge.
-45 gallon main tank (port) with fuel gauge.
-17 gallon day tank.
3 bilge pumps - Whale manual pump, 2000 gph automatic electric pump,4000 gph automatic electrical pump.
Reverso 2 gpm fuel transfer pump.
Fuel transfer manifold.
Transfer fuel from port/starboard main tanks to day tank.
Direct fuel from any fuel tank.
Day Tank fuel polishing system.
Filter Boss fuel filter management system---
Allows for two filters to be installed one online and one offline that either filter can be selected at any time. Built in fuel pump allows easy engine bleeding with or without the engine operating. Also allows filter bleeding and servicing, fuel pump can also supply fuel to the injector unit, if lift pump fails. Built-in vacuum sensor with audio and pedestal mounted indicator light when filter needs to be switched.
17 gallon Monel holding tank.
16,000 BTU salon air conditioner-- (removed but avaliable)
Espar diesel furnace installed
Forward & aft berths wired for 110 AC.
New steering cables installed (2008).
36" Lewmar folding steering wheel.
24" SS wheel.
Built in electric Hooka system with regulator and 60' hose
ProFurl Boom & Furling System for mainsail
Mack Sail Dacron mainsail.
ProFurl genoa furler.
Mack Sail 135% furling genoa (2008).
New Sheets (Sept 2012).
Gennaker - 0.75 ounce tri-radial.
ATN spinnaker sock.
Aluminum spinnaker pole.
Hank on working staysail (never used).
Hank-on storm jib (never used).
Two Harken #56 electric self-tailing winches.
Two Lewmar #56 manual self-tailing winches.
Two Lewmar #30 manual self tailing cockpit winches.
Profurl Boom furler.
Jibe Ease jibe preventer
One Lewmar #30 manual self tailing mainsheet winch.
One main halyard.
Two genoa halyards.
One spinnaker halyard.
One spinnaker pole topping lift.
One staysail halyard.
Garhauer EZ-Glide adjustable genoa sheet car system.
Deck & Hull
Hull topsides, painted (2014).Bottom painted (March 2014).
Also included is a 9' 6" Achilles dinghy - new in 2008 and an 3.5 hp Tohatsu 4-stroke outboard.
Safety Equipment --
Viking 6 man life raft (new 2008).
Dodger & Bimini with zip-in side windows (new 2007).
Sun/rain cockpit cover.
Teak Handholds and Hatch trim newly varnished.
Sunbrella Hatch and Handhold covers.
Two Transom Folding Platforms with SS Swim Ladder.
Gas Barbecue mounted aft deck with Sunbrella Cover.
Lofrans heavy duty windlass (new 2008)
44 lb Delta anchor with chain & rode.
44 lb Bruce anchor with 15' 3/8" chain and 200' rope rode.
25 lb Danforth anchor with chain & rode
30 lb Kellet
Dingy Davits on Stern arch
Wood/Rope hand crafted boarding and swim ladder
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.