1992 Hylas 49
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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- MA, United States
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 274,500
RECENT $20K PRICE DROP
The Hylas 49, designed by Sparkman & Stephens, is regarded as one of the finest offshore sailing yachts available. As a modest refinement to the successful Stevens 47, the 49 features an improved deck layout with a more comfortable cockpit, a nicely integrated swim platform, and a more luxurious 3-cabin interior that we've all come to associate with Hylas, featuring a stunning centerline queen berth in the aft cabin. They are swift, solid and comfortable boats capable of going anywhere in safety and style. The long internally balasted keel combined with a full skeg hung rudder provide the ideal configuration for blue water cruising. The rig is ICW capable, and the modest draft of 6' is suitable for Southern cruising and the Bahamas. There is a reason the 49 has been in continuous production since 1992. She is quite nearly the perfect boat!
Pinnacle is an excellent example of this model. She is well equipped for long-term cruising and has received exceptional care from her proud owners. Pinnacle has been in the Northeast since 2002 where she has been used seasonally and tucked away under cover each winter (with the exception of one trip to the Bahamas in 2011). Don't miss this opportunity to own one of these fantastic yachts, at a small fraction of a new build.
Contact Sam Pollard at 617-529-6153
Please contact Sam Pollard at 781-631-4910
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Queen Long
Designer: Sparkman & Stephens
LOA: 48 ft 10 in
Beam: 14 ft 3 in
LWL: 39 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 0 in
Displacement: 32000 lbs
Ballast: 14500 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 63 ft 5 in
Total Power: 66 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Year Built: 1992
Engine Model: 4JH2TE
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 66 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: Stainless steel (210 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Stainless steel (180 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 2 Plastic (15 Gallons)
Pinnacle features a luxurious 3-cabin interior with total accommodations for 8. The exquisite Queen Long craftsmanship and varnished teak interior offers a classic, warm feel, while the 10 opening ports, large fixed ports, and 6 overhead hatches let in plenty of light and air. The 3-zone heat/AC, and well-located cabin fans will keep you comfortable, and the 6kw genset will run everything you need while you're out there. Overhead panels have been replaced where needed, and lighting has been updated with 14 new cabin lights.
On stepping below, you enter the main saloon which features a rounded L-shaped settee to port and a settee to starboard that converts to a large single/small double berth. There is a varnished drop-leaf dining table that accommodates port and starboard seating for up to 8. The table includes a large built-in dry storage locker. Nicely finished shelves and cabinets are outboard of both port & starboard settees, with massive storage compartments behind. There is a custom liquor locker to port and a HD TV on the main bulkhead to starboard. The beautiful ship's clock, barometer and oil lamp are included.
The spacious galley is aft to starboard in the walkthrough to the aft cabin. To port is the nav station followed by the aft head.
Continuing aft is a stunning master stateroom featuring a centerline queen with beautifully finished drawers and lockers outboard and below. To starboard is a changing bench and a hanging locker, and to port is a vanity hidden among several drawers & lockers, and private access to the aft head.
Guest cabins are forward of the main saloon. There is a spacious V-berth forward followed by a private guest cabin to port with a pull-out double berth. Both cabins have ample storage capacity, opening ports, and overhead hatches. Across the guest cabin to starboard is the forward head with shower.
The galley is located in the starboard walkthrough. Features include:
Force 10 4-burner LPG stove & oven, 2006.
Grunert cold-plate refrigeration (3 compartments), powered by genset & shore power, 2004, with top and front load.
Magic Chef microwave.
Raritan 6 gallon H/W heater 2006.
Double SST sink with H/C pressure water and F/W foot pump, located on counter behind companionway steps. Sink replaced with a larger capacity model in 2010.
Galley counters replaced 2010.
Jabsco water pump 2003, with new spare.
Custom pull-out cutting board.
Spice rack & Knife storage.
Massive storage capacity in overhead lockers and drawers.
Fume detector for propane and carbon monoxide.
Both forward and aft heads feature:
Heavy duty Groco K toilets.
15 gallon holding tanks, plastic.
Y-valves to support deck pump-out, overboard pump-out, and offshore O/B discharge.
Shower with dedicated sump.
Aft head includes a fold-down shower seat.
(2) 8D batteries servicing house and engine start, 2016
(1) dedicated battery forward for the anchor windlass
Shore power system and outlets for both 115V, 30-amp US,
and 220V, 50-amp, European
Independent battery charger, shore power
Xantrex Freedom 15 inverter/charger
Xantrex Link 2000 battery monitor at nav station
Cruisair Heat & AC, three zones
Deck plug-in for TV and phone
NextGen 6kw generator (2015) powered by 12hp Kubota diesel with 1183 hours (2004) burning .25 gallons/hour
HD color24” Insignia TV with remote
Digital Glomex TV antenna on mast above Radar
Electronics & Navigation
Raymarine ST 60 Wind.
Raymarine ST 60 Depth.
Raymarine ST 60 Speed/log.
Raymarine C90/w color chartplotter 20122015
Raymarine 650 Class B AIS Transceiver
Digital Yacht SPL 2000 AIS Splitter
Raymarine Digital HD42D 48 mile color radar, w/ 24" Radome.
Raymarine ST6001 Smartpilot Autopilot.
Standard Horizon RAM mic.
Tigger dual electric horn
Garmin 176C chartplotter.
Raymarine ST60 Tri-data display for wind/depth/speed, 2006.
Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF.
Icom IC-M802 SSB radio w/ automatic tuner, 2006.
JVC stereo system.
Hull & Deck
Hull is white awlgrip w/ double blue boot stripes and a gold shear line.
The hull profile features a long fin keel with a full skeg hung rudder. Hull construction is hand-laid solid fiberglass and the ballast is internally encapsulated lead with a 45% ballast to displacement ratio.
The deck is balsa cored, and solid in areas supporting deck fittings. The molded non-skid is light grey.
Rudder bearings replaced in 2015.
Steering cables replaced in 2003.
Fuel: 3 Stainless tanks totaling 180 gallons
Water: 4 Stainless tanks totaling 210 gallons
Holding: Each head has a dedicated 15 gallon plastic holding tank
Double SST bow rollers extending well forward of the forestay.
66 lb. Bruce anchor with 35' SST chain and Nylon 3-strand rode.
Secondary Danforth anchor.
Maxwell 2200 Vertical Windlass controlled from the cockpit, also with up/down foot switches on the fordeck.
Protective Stainless Steel plating over fordeck.
Anchor locker accessible through deck hatches - aft bulkhead (between anchor locker and forward cabin) was replaced and reinforced in 2014 to be stronger than new.
Salt water wash-down.
Liferaft mounting brackets just forward of main mast.
Two polished chrome cowl vents on varnished teak dorades forward, with two more on the aft deck.
Large hatches over forward & aft cabins replaced 2003.
Fold-up SST/Teak Boarding Ladder switchable between port & starboard boarding gates.
Stern swimming platform with integral storage locker and fold-down boarding ladder.
Forespar Dinghy Davits.
Outboard motor lift crane on aft deck.
Edson Outboard motor mount on stern rail.
SST gas barbeque mounted on stern rail with blue canvas cover
Twin Lazarette lockers on aft deck.
Fresh water wash-down on swim platform
Large secure center cockpit with accommodations for 8.
Wheel steering on Edson Pedestal
Varnished teak drop-leaf cockpit table with teak drink holder above.
Teak grate over cockpit sole.
Sunbrella cover over helm
Sunbrella cover over liferaft
Stamoid bimini and dodger "Captain's Blue" with side curtains forming full enclosure, 2011.
Navy Sunbrella mainsail cover
Sails and Rigging
Genoa; Dacron 8oz high-cut, 125%. 2004.
Staysail: Dacron 8oz, 2004.
Older 150% Genoa rarely used.
Mainsail: Dacron 8oz, 2004, with Dutchman flaking system.
Storm Trysail with dedicated track on mast.
Keel-stepped double-spreader Aluminum mast.
Cutter rig with Harken furlers for both staysail and jib.
Forespar rigid boom vang.
Barient 36 2-sp S/T primaries (2).
Barient 27-48 S/T Secondaries (2) .
Barient 27-48 S/T for Mainsheet (1).
Barient 24-45 S/T halyard winches on mast (2).
Barient 24 on mast.
Barient 22 on mast.
28 volt Milwaukee Drill with winch bit used on all self tailing winches to electrify
Well maintained Yanmar 4JH2TE 66hp turbo diesel, 1992.
New engine mounts 2016.
Fresh water pump and hoses replaced 2009.
Propeller: 20" 3-blade MaxProp.
Both cutlass bearings replaced 2017.
New PYI dripless shaft seal 2015.
Genset includes a Kubota 12hp diesel (2004) and a NextGen generater (2015).
Avon 6-man offshore liferaft , older w/ expired certification
2 Horseshoe floats with strobe lights
4 large bumpers with fleece covers
6 dock lines
Barometer & Ship's clock
Oil lamp in main cabin
NOTE: owner's personal items are not included.
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.