FINALLY. Here she is. Magnificent example of this classic Farr design, lovingly restored and cared for so as to bring her as close to perfection as one could imagine. Her owners have business interests that keep them from enjoying her to the full, so sadly, she must find a new home. With a balance between racing performance and providing a high standard of interior comfort for cruising, she is swift yet sure footed in a heavy sea, she flies on a reach and you will love her downwind manners!
Recently relaunched and recommissioned after her storm damage restoration Our people are on island to welcome you. Please call for more details, an appointment to view and a test sail!
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The interior layout of the Nauta 70 has been as carefully considered as her construction. The saloon has two symmetrical tables, which can together seat 16 people using the extra folding chairs. The expansive owners cabin is located right aft; it boasts a small desk and dressing table, small sofa and five hanging lockers. The four cabins can sleep eight people in total and are designed with comfort in mind; all lined in Honduras mahogany each with an en suite heads compartment. As part of her refit Silandra's interior has been refinished and also the bathroom fittings have been replaced. The need for space has not been forgotten; the door separating the galley from the saloon and the forward control room fold back to give a long gangway on the port side. Spare sails can also be stored in the after gangway, which leads into the owners cabin. The Navigation station also faces fore and aft, with plenty of workspace for charts, and good access to navigation equipment.
Force Ten 4 burner stove/oven Microwave 2 fridge/freezers & 2 fridges All appliances stainless steel Ample storage....a chef's dream!
Raymarine E80 multifunction navigation display at steering station E120 at nav station 4KW 24" Radome ST8002 auto pilot Rudder angle display ST290 wind angle and speed display ST 290 compass display ST 290 knot meter and depth sounder and water temp Flux gate compass S 1000 wireless autopilot remote w/ display ICOM 602 VHF w/ 2 waterproof remote microphone units ICOM 802 SSB w 140 antenna coupler
The Nauta 70 also features a dedicated service cabin which houses the central wiring boxes, battery chargers, main pumps, pump manifold and workbench. There is also access to the back of the 24v main breaker panel, which is mounted at the navigation station. Silandra has also been totally re-wired as part of her recent extensive rebuild/refit after she was damaged in "Ivan" in 2004
24V 2 battery banks for house system Separate battery bank for engine start Separate battery for generator AC system 120/240 60 cycle 2 120 amp Zantrex battery chargers 2 3KW Zantrex invertors
Mast ,sails and winches.
The deck layout is interesting and well thought out. The secondary not primary winches are electrically controlled, and this is to aid the boats versatility as a cruiser / racer. When racing-sheeting speed is often more important than strength, as there are enough crew to haul the Genoa. When cruising sheeting strength is more of a priority due to depleted crew numbers, to aid this transition the Genoa can as easily use the primaries (manual) as the secondaries (hydraulic). There is also a large diameter wheel set in a deep well, which is of laminated mahogany and carbon There is an adjustable baby stay for race tuning, whilst the winches at the mast foot are positioned for maximum racing efficiency.
•Lewmar / Navtec hydraulics & rigging
•Lewmar winches (17)
•Hall Spar mast and boom - 4 spreader mast machined to achieve the various moments of inertia specified in Bruce Farr's design
•Navtec rod rigging -
•EPI Kevlar runner
•Lofrans Titan A 2KW 24V windlass with wireless remote - total rebuild including new electric motor and wireless remote
•350 foot of 12mm chain
•105 pound CQR anchor
•Mast, Boom, Spinnaker Pole Awlgripped
1. New Quantum Genoa
2. North Headsail Very Good Condition
3. North Main Good Condition
4. Cruising Chute Good Condition
One 24,000 BTU reverse cycle in the Main Salon, driving two 12,000 BTU airhandling units. One 10,000 BTU reverse cycle in Aft cabin driving one 10,000 BTU airhandling unit. One 15,000 BTU reverse cycle in Forward cabins driving three 5,000 BTU airhandling units.
MAN Diesel 270HP, which has been totally rebuilt, and electronics replaced - 0 Hours since rebuild
ZF220A Gearbox with 2.54-1 reduction
In the soundproofed engine room is also found the freshwater pressure demand pumps, accumulator tanks, new Westerbeke 15KW 60 cycle, and air conditioning plant (Ocenaire 1 24K BTU, 1 10K BTU compressors) The cockpit sole above the engine room can also be easily removed.
3 bilge pumps with pickups center, forward and aft.
3 Headhunter electric flush heads
1 Vacuflush manual heads
30-gallon grey water tank
30-gallon black water tank All tanks stainless steel
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.