Specs and Features
Cockpit and Deck highlights (see photos)
Fibreglass Hard bimini. The front windshield roils up and also has total enclosures as well as sunscreens and port/starboard Sunbrella covers for multiple protections in the cockpit area. Notice the schedule 40 Stainless mounts for bthe imini with good hand holds below and above it. The Simrad AP-10 auto pilot mounted ona pod above helm (pod hangs from bimini). Teak doors have been made for companion way but original drop boards can still be used in big seas. Bose speakers can also be seen.
Heavy S/S davits made in Trinidad are strong enough to sail with dingy and 15 hp outboard. This makes for easy pick up anchor and go as well as on the arrival end. Currently owner has the Kiss wind generator off for repairs. There is more than sufficient area for solar panels.
Switlick life raft. (needs certification)
Interior Highlights (see photos)
The cushions are ultra suede covers. Notice also the cabinet on top starboard side. You can see one of the two air conditioners. The other is behind the aft port state room where original holding tank was. Smaller holding tank under berth.
On port side runs the galley. There are custom side cabinets added to make maximum use of space. All wood added is teak to match as best as possible the original teak. The other cabinet to notice is in the forward stateroom port side which is a double door hanging cabinet.
This is the starboard cabinet in the forward stateroom which has shelves in it. Also notice the cabinets forward of this cabinet which is the same on the port side of forward v-berth.
The starboard aft stateroom has been professionally modified to be a mechanical space including 5.5 K Phasor generator built in its own sound insulated and properly vented room. An upgraded electrical panel designed and installed by a marine electrician.
A 400 GPD water maker also professionally installed. The controls and filters have easy access. Also the charging systems are Freedom 10 charger/inverter with a Sentry back up charger (mounted by batteries on port).
Yanmar Diesel Engine Model 4 Jh2-THE Serial # 22938 (Approximately 2200 hours)
Phasor 5.5 k - Kubota Diesel Generator Engine D722E Model (Serial) D722-WJO580 (Approximately 2000 hours)
-Newage Generator Serial # 0092622/05 ID98101344 RPM 1800 240 Volts
ICM 710 ICOM SSB radio Serial # 02020
Pactor SCS IIe Serial #0015724460 Upgraded to Pactor III
Heart Inverter Charger Purchased Sept 99 Boat US Model 10 Part# or P/N 81-1001-12 S/s 214309
Sentry Charger Model GSI40-3NXHS* serial 8928021
Flat Screen Television
Cyber Home CH DVD 300/MP3
GPS 128 Garmin Serial # 94738455
VHF Uniden ES UM525 Serial#601Z 84001592
VHF ICOM- M120
VHF IC-M45 Serial # 07455
AIS Receiver SR 161 Smart Radio SN 007678
Radar Raytheon R20X Serial # L123174
Panasonic Microwave Model NN-S4468A Serial # AD825702103
Mr. Coffee Thermal Gourmet
2 Bose Speakers in cockpit
AB Model 320 AB Dinghy with Anchor Locker
15 HP Nissan Outboard Model # NS1502 Serial # 43720
5 HP Yamaha Outboard
Vetus Alexander II Windlass with wash down pump and 180 ft. 10 mm chain
12 vlt Danfoss water cooled refrigerator and separate compressor for the freezer system with at least 6 inches insulation around box
Reverso installed oil changing system for Yanmar and Kubota engines.
Dual fuel filter systems for main engine and generator
Forward V-berth water tank professionally converted to fuel tank to allow a total of about 120 gallons of diesel to be carried aboard. (This allows motoring over 550 NM ) A fuel transfer pump and Racor filter system transfers diesel to 50 gal aft tank and then to equipment.
The three main cabin hatches, two in the forward stateroom and on in main salon, were replaced in 2004 with offshore Bomar Hatches.
In 2010 the original Lewmar ports were replaced with updated model of Lewmar ports.
The 4 Trojan house batteries were replaced in 2011.