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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Trinidad, FL
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 499,000
Beyond is a world class ocean cruiser that has been extensively upgraded over the past few years. Her current owner has spared no expense in preparing this remarkable boat. With modern equipment and upgrades from an entire new rig to a completely reconfigured and upgraded galley, Beyond is a tremendous vessel that is rarely made available.
Beyond is a very strong, safe, comfortable design with an exceptional interior layout. Dieter Empacher, who for 12 years was Ted Hood's chief designer at Little Harbor, created a very special aft cockpit pilothouse design. On deck there is a spacious aft cockpit with wheel pedestal. The pilothouse has a fully equipped steering station and adjoining nav station. Opposite is a generous seating area with 360 degree visibility while seated.
Systems and equipment include hydraulic mainsail furling and winches, recently installed 8KW generator, cruising spinnaker, A/C, watermaker, electric windlass, and 110 volt and engine driven holding plate refrigeration.
John Earle - cell (954)873-2565
Please contact at 954-951-9500
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Dieter Empacher
LOA: 49 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 0 in
LWL: 38 ft 3 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 6 in
Displacement: 39800 lbs
Ballast: 15900 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 63 ft 0 in
Engine Brand: Perkins
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Maximum Speed: 9 mph
Fresh Water Tanks: (400 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (400 Gallons)
Total Power: 85
- Canvas cover for liferaft (2001)
- New dodger/bimini added in 2005
Beyond is one of the few pilothouse sailing yacht designs that really works under 50'. Dieter Empacher created a special offshore cruising yacht that has a true pilothouse which gives a proper inside steering station and a comfortable lounging/dining area with harbor views when seated. Dieter Empacher for 12 years was chief designer of Little Harbor Yacht Design. His Kanter designs, like his work for Ted Hood, offer good sailing performance with a heavier displacement hull that is comfortable and dry. Kanter is one of North America's most experienced metal boat builders.
There is a large aft cockpit with hydraulic winches and automated in-boom furling. The wide side decks are teak with additional teak on the cockpit floor seats and bridge deck. Full-length bulwarks, rugged windlass, and double heavy duty anchor rollers are valued features of this bluewater design.
The pilothouse, with 360 degree panoramic view, houses the inside steering station with chart table and electronics console. There is a generous engine area located midships and accessed from pilothouse floor hatches. The curved staircase up to the bridge deck counter balances the port side wrap-around lounging area. Locker and storage space is what one could expect for a long distance passagemaker. A lazarette and forepeak provide excellent storage space. There is new upholstery and headliners.
The pilothouse is accessed directly from the cockpit bridge deck and includes 3 drawers and lockers under table, 8' long under deck lockers and double wet locker. A few steps down and aft of the pilothouse is a generous air conditioned owner's suite with centerline queen berth and ensuite head with separate stall shower. The size of the private aft cabin is similar to what one would expect in a center cockpit design with the benefit of a much more comfortable aft cockpit.
Forward of the pilothouse is the new U shaped offshore galley to port with settee opposite. This area benefits from the natural light of the forward pilothouse windows and good locker space and holding plate refrigeration system. New Corian countertops, faucet and four burner propane stove make this galley a joy to work in. Forward of the galley and lower dining/lounge settee is the forward air conditioned guest cabin with head which is conveniently located for day head use. Storage in this cabin includes two double hanging lockers, full-length upper and lower shelves.
- Two deep stainless steel sinks and stainless steel counter
- Sea Frost AC and engine driven holding plate refrigerator/freezer
- Built-in microwave oven (2004)
- Four burner Force Ten propane stove (2004)
- Generous counter space with new Corian tops
- Pressure fresh water system
- Fresh water system foot pump
- 3 upper lockers
- 4 wide deep drawers and large locker under cooktop
Lower helm includes autopilot control and multi-display which includes depth, wind direction and speed (total of 20 functions), Garmin GPS 50, and new Raynav 320.
Upper helm has new tri Raytheon tri data instruments (2002), (includes speed depth and wind direction) and new autopilot control. (Seatalk interface). All electronics interfaced.
- Raynav 320 GPS/Plotter -Florida and Bahamas chart cartridge
- Autohelm ST 7000 autopilot - (2000)(new motor)
- Autohelm fluxgate electronic compass (2002)
- Raytheon R40X radar
- Icom 125 VHF radio (lower station)
- Back up GPS wired at chart table (WAAS) for laptop computer hookup (Includes GPS antenna. Feeds laptop & Raynav 320)
- ICOM 710 SSB open version (2002)
- ICOM A130 auto antenna tuner (2002) (scans for best signal)
- Pioneer 50 watt Premier CD/AM/FM with 4 salon speakers and 2 cockpit speakers with remote and fader (2002).
In 2004 a new generator was installed as well as three solar panels in 2005. Ten new smaller sized batteries were installed to facilitate handling.
- 8 KW Westerbeke generator installed 2005
- Ten batteries (2006)
- Separate starter battery
- 110 volt AC electrical system and 12-volt DC system plus 220 volt
- 30 amp dockside electrical cable - adapter 50 to 2 30's
- Trace 2500 watt inverter/charger
- 12 volt outlet in cockpit
- Ample Power Smart 190 amp alternator
- Smart regulator
- New shore power outlet (2001)
- Navigation lights
- Tricolor anchor light
- Search light
- Spreader lights (2005)
Deck and Hull
This strong aluminum hull had her bottom stripped, epoxy coated and painted in 2004. Her hull and topsides were faired and painted in 2005 making her stand out next to other vessels. Beyond had some replating work done in the chain locker in 2005, had two seacocks removed reducing her thru-hulls to three and the bilge area painted in clear epoxy which is preferable on an aluminum vessel.
- Maxwell 2200 electric windlass rebuilt (2004)
- 3 Anchors
- 200' 3/4" anchor rode
- New anchor chain
- Retractable hatch screens and shades
- Caribe 10.5' hard bottom dinghy (2000)
- Yamaha 15 hp outboard engine
- Boarding ladder
Major mechanical refit in 2005 including batteries, new generator, new pumps, new refrigeeration, new anchor chain, re-built max-prop, new stuffing box, new engine mounts and alignment. Beyond also had a bow thruster installed in 2005.
- New engine transmission (2000)
- 2 reverse cycle air conditioners
- HRO watermaker
- Raritan hot water heater (2001)
- New engine driven/110AC/12 volt refrigeration systems (2005)
- 3-bladed bronze max propeller (feathering)
- 4 electric bilge pumps and one manual bilge pump
- New bow thruster (2005)
- Seawater engine and transmission (rebuilt) cooling system
- 3 Halon fire extinguishers
- Louvre type cowls
- Fuel, oil, temp, amp, water and RPM gauges
- 1 3/4" stainless steel shaft
- Emergency tiller
- Both heads replaced including new hoses and clamps
Sails and Rigging
An entire new rig was installed on Beyond in 2004 in order to accommodate a new roller furling boom and to make this vessel an ICW friendly boat. At that time her sail inventory was upgraded with a new main and a new Genoa was built in 2007.
- Selden Mast (2004)
- Two inline headstays
- Navtec hydraulic backstays (twin cylinders) and hydraulic boomvang
- Schaefer In-Boom furling system
- Harken furling headstay
- Navtec hydraulics for winches
- Barient hydraulic winches including self-tailing primaries
- Hydraulic system for furling and winches serviced
- New cabin top halyard winch
- Hydraulic main sheet winch
- Insulated backstay 3/8" wire
- Staysail release lever
- New headsail (2007)
- New mainsail (2004)
- Canvas cover for liferaft (2001)
- New dodger/bimini added in 2005
- Switlick 6-person liferaft
- EPIRB (2001)
- Life jackets and ring
- Automatic Halon fire control system in engine room
Hydraulic transom door converts to dinghy landing platform and opens to "garage". Urethane hull insulation, varnished cabin sole, varnished exterior, new interior lighting, skin tanks provide double hull and extra capacity.
Designer's Comments: The hull form with powerful aft section assures excellent reaching performance and the fine waterline entrance provides good upwind capability. The keel has been designed for maximum lift and hull has moderate wetted surface for better lighter air performance. In heavier air and at 15 degrees heel, the yacht will pick up added form stability which, with her longer waterline, will give a calculated hull speed of 8.4 knots. The high aspect rudder ensures good control under all conditions.
With two roller furling headsails and stoway main the helmsman can manage all sails from the cockpit. The easy sail handling makes "Beyond" a pleasure to sail shorthanded on short trips or long distance ocean cruises.
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.