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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Seattle - OUR DOCKS, WA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 125,000
- Sale Pending
"Centime" is a true bluewater beauty ready to sail the world. Made in South Africa and custom designed by world-renowned naval architect Dudley Dix, she is highly capable of navigating rigorous weather. Stunningly elegant and artfully crafted, "Centime" offers traditional lines above the water and a fast modern fin keel and sleek underbody. Her classic design starts with her clipper bow and follows through her graceful sheer, classic tumblehome, horseshoe cockpit and champagne-glass stern. Her cabin is well appointed with Corian countertops, numerous opening ports and a bright interior. Handcrafted features abound, made from Burmese Teak, holly, birds-eye maple and mahogany.
Fully outfitted for safety, ease of handling and extended passage-making she offers a robust stability curve and can be easily managed from the cockpit. Maintained to high standards and outfitted for world cruising she possesses a reliable Volvo engine, large water and fuel tanks, solar panels, wind generator, a high-capacity watermaker, autopilot, self-steering wind vane, AIS, SSB, satellite phone and has been recently refitted with over $70,000 of equipment and upgrades.
Shearwaters have won the Cruising World’s Design Awards and Annapolis Boat Show’s “Best Traditional Voyagers" and “Best Cruising Boats.” Once you sail Centime you will understand why the former editor of Cruising World chose her sistership, Ithaca, as her own private yacht.
“After seven grueling months of boat shopping, when we stepped aboard this vessel, we had the good sense to buy her on the spot.” Benadette Bernon, on s/v "Ithaka", "Centime’s" sister ship.
Please contact Swiftsure Yachts at (206)378-1110
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 43 ft 4 in
Beam: 12 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 10 in
Displacement: 21600 lbs
Ballast: 8375 lbs
Total Power: 40 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo
Year Built: 2008
Engine Model: D2-40B
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2630
Propeller: Folding propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 40 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (140 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (175 Gallons)
The accommodation is accessed via the main companionway. A sliding hatch and locking companionway drop washboard sit atop bridge deck. “Centime” has a bright and inviting interior with rich wood trim and white flat surfaces and a staved main bulkhead. Her offshore cruising layout has ample hand holds, storage and living space. The layout is as follows: a master stateroom is forward; a head is between the master stateroom and main bulkhead on the port side; storage is to starboard in the forward passage way; main salon with large u-shaped dinette and straight settee; a galley is the port of the companionway, a navigator’s station is to starboard; a large quarter cabin is to starboard of the companionway while a small quarter cabin is to port of the companionway. Headroom is functionally 6 feet 3 inches through the interior.
The finish is rich, durable, and required many man-hours to fit and finish. Overheads are white Formica panels secured in place with screwed-in wood battens. All furniture is glassed and tabbed in place to strengthen the hull and deck structure. Joinery is Herreshoff style with white flat panels and varnished wood trim. The main bulkhead has an overlay of lighter wood staves. The cabin soul is a solid teak and holly over marine plywood. All cabin souls are removable for bilge access. Handrails are fitted where needed.
Starting forward at the master stateroom, a large offset berth and infill will transform this entire space into a large queen-size berth. The space is bright and cheerful thanks to the white hull side ceilings, white cabinet faces, large overhead hatch, deck prism, and cabinside ports. Storage is found in lockers on each side, up high, beneath the deck edges. Aft and outboard to starboard are two tall cabinets with shelves. Additional bin storage is beneath the berth. An overhead light reading light and cabin fan complete this space. A louvered privacy door closes the forward stateroom from the passageway.
The forward passageway features storage lockers below an open shelf and two lockers beneath the deck edge. All lockers have shelves and positive closing doors. The head is to port through a privacy door. A Jabsco manual flush head is forward and inboard. Salt and freshwater shower nozzles, a shower curtain, teak grating, and overboard drain pump allow showering in this space. A red task light and overhead dome light illuminate this head space at night. A curved vanity with a china basin in the countertop, pullout shower/sink nozzle, manual salt and fresh water foot pumps are outboard. A locker with double sliding doors is outboard of the sink below the deck edge. Cup holder, toothbrush holder, toilet paper holder, and towel bar complete this space.
The salon features a large u-shaped dinette to port. Salon cushions are white patterned upholstery. The salon table is a beautiful dark hardwood with a light burl wood center. Drop leaves fore and aft allow easy entrance and exit to the dinette. Outboard to port, are three double door louvered storage lockers. Additional storage bins are outboard of the settee back. To starboard at straight sette makes a wonderful underway sleeping berth. Three storage bins are outboard of the settee back. Three double door louvered storage lockers are above and outboard of the settee. Two overhead hatches, four opening ports, and a large butterfly hatch ventilate the salon and galley. Three cabin fans help move air when needed. Two reading lights on the main bulkhead and four overhead spotlights illuminate this space at night.
A partial ring frame separates the salon from the galley and nav station areas. The nav station is nicely tucked to starboard of the galley. An upholstered seat and aft bulkhead with raised foot platform allow comfortable seating while navigating or attending to communications. The chart table is wide, slightly angled and has a hinged chart drawer. Four drawers are further forward below the chart table. A varnished teak nav tool rack and pencil holder are mounted forward on the partial bulkhead. Navigation instruments and communications electronics are mounted in paneled cabinets below the sidedeck. The electric switch and gauge panel is outboard of the navigator’s seat. A cabin fan and opening port ventilate will keep the navigator cool in warm weather.
The Galley is well situated at the base of the companionway; in touch with the cockpit and dinette. Countertops are white and wrap around the cook for cooking in a seaway. The engine is located beneath the centerline counter. A drawer is aft in the top of this counter. Deep under hung stainless steel sinks are located forward. Salt and freshwater foot pumps, a single lever pullout faucet for hot and cold fresh water, serve the sink. An additional filtered water tap is located at the starboard basin. A large storage locker is below the sink. Outboard and forward a top-opening refrigerator/freezer box is fitted. A silverware drawer sits above a locker with shelves aft and outboard. A locker with shelves is outboard above the countertop, beneath the deck and behind double sliding doors. A Force 10 2-burner propane stove and oven is aft and protected by a safety bar. Outboard of the stove is a microwave oven and dedicated plate and bowl storage racks. A knife block is mounted on the forward partial bulkhead. Cup storage is mounted on the cabin side above the refrigerator. Opening ports, the butterfly hatch, dome lights, and counter task lights illuminate and ventilate the galley. A tall hanging wet locker is just aft of the galley adjacent the companionway.
The starboard quarter cabin has a privacy curtain hung inside the oval door frame. A double berth with split mattress is aft in this space. Forward and outboard are two tall cabinets with shelves. Outboard of the berth are lockers with shelves including two hinged door lockers and two lockers with sliding doors. A deep storage cuddy is below the cockpit coming above the berth. Ventilation is provided by three opening ports; one in the cabin side and two to the cockpit. Two reading lights and an overhead dome light illuminate this cabin at night. A cabin fan is on the forward bulkhead.
The port quarter berth has a double berth with split mattress. Three storage lockers are outboard beneath the deck edge. And opening cabin side port and opening cockpit side port ventilate the space. An overhead light and single reading light and cabin fan complete this space.
DECK & HULL:
“Centime” has a white hull with thin yellow gold cove stripe, thin yellow over wide blue boot stripes, and black antifouling paint. The bow is a traditional clipper bow with ample flare. A wood bowsprit is stayed with solid stainless steel rod bobstay, solid stainless steel side stays and is capped a the forward end with a polished stainless steel end fitting with two extra padeyes. An anchor roller with large Delta 45 pound anchor is on the starboard side. A second roller is on the port side. The stern is traditional wine glass shape. The rudder is transom hung and partially balanced. A wind vane steering system is transom mounted to port of the rudder.
The hull side is extended above the deck edge with a low bulwark increasing in height and flare at the bow. This bulwark is topped with varnished teak caprail. Stainless steel and varnished teak sponsons increase deck space and serve as a mounting locations for the stainless steel arch. The deck is surrounded with double stainless steel uncoated wire lifelines which are supported by 29 inch-high stanchion, stainless steel bow pulpit, and stern pushpits. Boarding gates are on each side of the cockpit and at the stern; all fitted with snap hooks for quick release. The stern push pits are welded integral to the stern arch. The decks are painted with a yellow non-skid. Cabinsides and waterways are white. The coach roof has numerous opening Lewmar ports, nonskid on the coach roof and wood grab rails on each side. Wood-framed hatches are forward over the foredeck. Dorade boxes with stainless steel cowl vents and stainless steel guards are just forward of the mast on each side. A large butterfly hatch is centered in the salon atop the coat room. A liferaft cradle is just forward of the traveler and cockpit dodger.
The ground tackle is suitable to a blue water cruising yacht. A Lofrans 12 volt anchor windlass is on centerline just aft of the staysail stay. Chain lockers are accessed through wood, hinged-top opening lockers. Positive latches will secure these lockers when at sea. A massive samson post of wood with a stainless steel cap is just aft of the anchor windlass. Mooring cleats and chocks are well-placed. Two open chocks are on either side, forward in way of the relieved bulwark, outboard of the bowsprit. Two closed chocks are outboard in the caprail outboard of the samson post. 12” inch aluminum cleats are outboard of the anchor locker lids. Admiships stainless steel bollards are inboard of caprail-mounted open chocks. Similar-sized mooring bits are found on the stern quarters with closed chocks welded beneath the sponson.
Two dorade boxes are mounted on each side just forward of the traveler. Ports and hatches include: six Lewmar opening ports on either side of the coach roof, two smaller Lewmar opening hatches aft of the granny bars by the mast, a large good butterfly hatch under the boom, and four opening ports into the cockpit. Additional light is dispersed through round deck prisms in the foredeck and cabintop just forward of the mast. Granny bars on either side of the mast are fitted with bails for securing extra halyards. Fender storage brackets are clamped onto the granny bars.
The cockpit is large, rounded aft and squared off forward. Cockpit seats and coamings are topped with varnish teak. The cockpit is topped with uncoated teak and rubber. Quarter lockers on each side are accessed through two hinged lids under the helm seat and secured with positive latches. The cockpit coamings are wide covered with varnish teak and rubber. The pedestal-mounted steering wheel measures 3 feet diameter and is covered with leather. The single lever engine shift and throttle is to starboard on the pedestal guard. A Ritchie Globemaster compass, varnished drink holder and varnished drop leaf cockpit table are located at the pedestal. A chartplotter, and autopilot are mounted in a wood framed navpod atop the pedestal guard.. Three lockers are aft in the cockpit coaming. One is the propane Locker to port with two propane bottles. One has a stern shower, tiller arm and autopilot ram. The other coaming locker has an engine control panel, Standard Horizon Ram 3 microphone, and 12 volt outlet. The cockpit is protected with a cockpit dodger and bimini with hinged bows for storage.
- Lofrans Project 1500 12V vertical capstan anchor windlass with line gypsy head (1500 watt, new in 2011 and rebuilt in 2015
- 45 lb Delta primary with 300’ of 5/16” HT chain connected to the boat via 50’ of ¼” yellow floating line, which can be cut in an emergency.
- 65 lb CQR storm anchor on 150’ of nylon rode and 150’ of 5/16” HT chain
- Guardian 23 aluminum Danforth-style stern anchor stored on stern arch bracket
- Teak outboard engine storage bracket
- Magma propane grill dedicated aluminum propane tank hose and regulator. Stainless steel stern Arch removable for Trucking; Switlik MOM 8 overboard module on the starboard quarter.
- 2 winch handle holders
- (2) Fishing rod holders on arch
- Furuno radar-mounted on arch
- Air X wind generator on arch
- Cockpit speakers in wood boxes on underside of arch
- Dinghy davits on back of arch with Garhauer 8:1 block and tackles with snatch shackles and cam cleats
- (3) 100’ Utility lines; (1) three strand and (2) double braid
- Hydrovane windvane steering system with independant rudder
SAILS & RIGGING:
“Centime” is it true offshore-rigged cutter. Both headsail and staysail are on fixed furlers with furling lines led aft to the cockpit. The mainsail halyard and two reef lines are led to the cockpit where a Harken electric winch makes easy work of sailing.
- White-painted, deck-stepped mast with double spreaders
- 1x19 wire rope rope standing rigging with Norseman lower terminals (new 2011)
- Aluminum rollers on shroud on four forward shrouds
- Running back stays with 4:1 block and tackles
- Profurl furlers on jib and staysail with furling lines led aft to cockpit
- Mast-mounted spinnaker pole
- Spinnaker halyard
- (2) Jib halyards and one staysail halyard
- LED for foredeck light
- Steaming light
- Davis radar reflector
- Signal halyard to spreader
- Masthead Windex
- Mainsail topping lift/spare mainsail halyard
- Rigid boomvang with 12:1 control line
- (2) Harken 40.2 ST halyard winches on mast
- Harken 30.2 ST winch on mast
- Folding steps to lower spreaders
- Numerous cleats and line stoppers on mast
- Staysail sheet tracks and pin adjustable cars on cabin top
- Bracket for spare halyards just forward of the mast
- Long jib sheet tracks on side decks with pin adjustable lead cars
- Utility “handybilly” 4:1 block and tackle
- Mainsheet traveler with 4:1 tackle and cam cleats
- Mainsail preventer system with blocks and lines
- Harken 4:1 mainsheet blocks and mainsheet at dedicated winch stb companionway
- Insulated backstay for single sideband antenna
- (2) Wichard folding D-rings on sponsons
- (2) Wichard deck mounted pad-eyes outboard of cockpit for running backstays
- (2) Harken 48.2 ST primary winches on cockpit coaming
- (2) Harken 32.2 ST secondary witches on cockpit coaming
- Harken 32.2 ST mainsheet winch at companionway port
- Harken 900 Unipower 12 volt electric main halyard/reefing winch at starboard companionway (new 2012)
- 3 Lewmar stoppers starboard companionway
- White painted aluminum boom
- Harken mainsail low friction luff track system
- Lazy bag and lazyjacks for mainsail
- North Sails mainsail with three reef points (2009)
- Turbulance sails staysail with 12 oz Dacron (can be reefed to storm jib size; new 2012)
- North Sails genoa with UV cover (2009)
- North Sails nylon drifter (2009)
MECHANICAL & PLUMBING SYSTEMS:
- Volvo D2-40B diesel engine with 2630 hours (new 2008)
- 30mm propeller shaft (new 2012)
- Flex-0-fold thee blade folding propeller (new October 2015)
- ZF transmission with flexible coupling (both new October 2015)
- PSS dripless shaft seal (new Sept 2016)
- 175 gallons of diesel fuel in three tanks
- 12V Fuel transfer pump and Rocor polishing filter
- Racor 2010 primary fuel filter
- 140 gallons of water in two stainless steel tanks
- EchoTec 260-DML-1 13 gph 12V watermaker (new 2013)
- 12V Freshwater pressure pump with flowsensor/variable speed (new 2016)
- General Ecology water filter in galley
- 12V refrigeration system with digital themostat
- 12V shower sump pump
- 110V/engine water heater
- Saltwater washdown pump
- Greywater tank and pump for galley sink (new 2014)
- Holding tank with overboard macerator and deck pump out fitting
- Portable oil change vacuum pump
- (2) Bosch 210ah 8D wet cell batteries (new 2015)
- Xantrex Truecharge2 40 amp 12V battery charger with remote control at nav station, accepts 90 to 265 volts (new 2015)
- (2) 125 watt Kyocera solar panels on stern arch
- AirX 400 watt wind generator on stern arch
- Honda EU2000i gas powered generator
- Blue Seas AC /dc breaker / switch panel with analog DC amps and DC volts
- Xantrex Link 10 battery monitor
- Xantrex Pro XM1800 inverter
ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION:
- Standard Horizon model CP300 GPS chartplotter at steering pedestal
- Simrad AP24 autopilot control on steering pedestal with octopus ram drive (new drive 2011; old drive as spare)
- Standard Horizon Ram 3 cockpit microphone
- Richie steering pedestal Compass
- Raymarine i50 Tridata instrument starboard companionway (new 2016)
- Raymarine i60 Wind starboard companionway (new 2016)
- TackTick Wireless COG/SOG multifunction model MN100 at starboard companiony
- Garmin GPS 128
- Furuno model 1715 marine radar (new 2011) with radome on stern arch
- Icom model IC-706 IIG SSB radio
- Pactor PTC-IIe modem upgraded to a PTC-III
- Rigel digital barometer with 8 hour recording
- Vesper Marine Watchmate AIS transceiver (new 2011)
- Iridium 9505 sat phone with docking station and external antenna
- West Marine brass clock and barometer
- Standard Horizon matrix model GX2000 VHF radio (AIS ready, DSC, with remoite mic in cockpit) (new 2014)
- Ships clock on main bulkhead
- Sony stereo model DSX-M50BT Bluetooth 4 X 55 watt in salon (new 2014)
- XM satellite radio receiver (new 2014 with new antenna not installed yet but provided)
- Infinity speakers in salon on main bulkhead
While the above serve obvious functions, what works well is the integration of various NMEA 0183 inputs and outputs. The heart of that system is a computer and the SeaLevel 4 port USB to Serial adapter. This setup allows the following connections:
- AIS to navigation software on computer
- AIS to chartplotter in cockpit
- Navigation software to chartplotter (to upload routes developed on computer)
- Auto-tuning the SSB radio through the Winlink/Sailmail interface
- Running Winlink/Sailmail via SSB and Pactor modem, Satellite Phone or Internet
- GPS to nav software from Garmin, VesperMarine and/or chartplotter
- GPS to VHF radio
- Galerider drogue with 400’ 5/8” three strand nylon line
- ACR Satellite II 406 EPIRB, battery expired 3/2013; hydrostatic release replacement date December 2016
- DSB self-deploying liferaft with deck cradle and canvas cover
- (2) stainless steel pad eyes for attaching harness
- Lifesling 2 in soft case
- White horseshoe ring on port stern arch
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.