The Millennium Falcon, an extraordinary boat designed by Naval Architect Ted Brewer, represents one of the finest cruising sailing yachts available today. She is unique in many ways, but her simplicity is what sets her apart from others. She is a long distance voyager: safe, strong, reliable, comfortable and extremely beautiful to look at.
Measuring 60' on deck with a 14' 7" beam, she displaces 59,000 pounds. A flush deck can gracefully be achieved with this size of vessel, which allows the crew to work, move about or lounge on the deck with plenty of room. Ballast is 15,000 pounds of lead, carried in twin bilge keels. Twin bilge keels are a wonderful and very practical concept with several important advantages to the long distance cruiser. By splitting up the required resistance between 2 keels, draft is reduced to a respectable 5' 9". Whether she is hauled out by travel lift or crane, the twin bilge keels allow her to "stand-up" with little or no blocking in the boat yard. Further, she can be careened on a remote beach with an outgoing tide, allowing her owner to perform routine maintenance with ease. If she should ever run aground and the tide goes out, the boat stands up straight.
The Millennium Falcon can be sailed by as few as two (2) crew. However, if you want to bring along more crew, family, and friends this boat will comfortably accommodate up to 10 sailors. The "Falcon" has taken her owners on many adventures and is ready to go anywhere YOU want to go.
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Teri Moore (510) 333-7434; firstname.lastname@example.org
Norman Davant (510) 685-7453; email@example.com
Please contact Teri Moore at 510-523-8500
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Chandler's Boat Works
Designer: Ted Brewer
Flag of Registry: United States
Keel: Twin Keel
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 66 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 7 in
Length on Deck: 60 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 9 in
Displacement: 59000 lbs Dry Load
Ballast: 15000 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 2 in
Total Power: 90 HP
Engine Brand: Ford Leyman
Year Built: 1994
Engine Model: Sabre Leyman Super 90L
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 90 HP
Number of single berths: 6
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 2
VHF - and SSB w/email
Wind speed and direction
Microwave oven - and Toaster Oven
Heating - Webasto 3-Zone forced air
Electric head - Aft Vacuflush
Electric bilge pump
Fresh water maker - Aqua Marine 40 gph
Battery charger - Heart Charger/Inverter
Manual bilge pump
Sea water pump
Washing machine - Dryer 230 VAC
Refrigerator - with Freezer Compartment
Marine head - Forward PAR
Hull and Deck Structure
Millennium Falcon is a fully-found custom built three-masted, twin keel schooner built by Chandler's Boat Works in Meadow Vista, California: The side shell is 10 gauge milled steel epoxy coated; the bilge keels are 1/4" steel with 1/4" partition bulkheads and 5/8" bottom caps; hull seams are MIG welded by certified welder; seams were back ground and back-welded by the builder. The ballast is lead in mortar and the decks are steel.
A glance at the interior reveals a well thought out and spacious layout. The interior is "blonde" with vertical grain fir flooring and pine paneling. The overheads are painted tongue and groove sugar pine planks. All counter tops throughout the boat are solid maple.
As you enter the boat you get an open airy feeling, immediately seeing 2 large skylights centered overhead providing an abundance of natural light. The salon is very spacious, offering plenty of room for crew and/or guests. To port is the formal dinette with u-shaped settee and beautiful inlaid table that will accommodate 6-8 crew comfortably. To starboard is a bench settee long enough to lounge with your feet up or seat 4 comfortably.
There are four (4) private staterooms. The owner's stateroom is aft, with queen size berth, and ensuite head with vacuflush system and holding tank. This roomy cabin offers a seating area, hanging lockers and cubbies for storage that make living on board easy. There is also an interior door that gives access to the aft cockpit lazarette. Amidships there is a double cabin with upper and lower bunks, generous storage lockers and shelves for storage. Just forward of the main saloon is a cabin with large double bunk to port and inlaid game or computer table to starboard. It also houses the printer/copier for the "office" computer. The table can be dropped to convert this space into a single bunk. Stored below the double bunk are full size washer and dryer adding a huge convenience all on board when cruising. The bow has a "short" V-berth and small settee, a perfect place for your junior crew member.
The "L" shaped galley is to port and aft of the main salon. The galley is equipped with a Force 10 3 burner stove and oven, refrigeration(Technautics cold plate) with separate compartments for refrigerator and freezer providing easy access. There are also microwave and toaster ovens, all of which give many options for food preparation when you are underway, at anchor, or in a slip. There is expansive counter space and ample storage making food prep easy and fun. Whether you are a "galley gourmet' or "short order cook", the galley in the "Falcon" is very user friendly.
Moving through the boat from the bow to the stern: Forward is the forecastle, a multiple use compartment that offers ample storage when not being used for crew quarters. Next aft is the ship's office to starboard with desk top (lowers to single berth) with computer and Thrane and Thrane CAPSAT dual Mode Satellite telephone. To port is a double Pullman berth with shelving outboard for storage . Stowed under the double-berth are full size Bosch AXXIS Washer and Dryer. Next and aft to starboard is large stand alone shower with a hanging locker behind. The head is to port in a separate compartment with vanity and sink and cabinets for storage.
Aft and to port is a passageway to the owner's stateroom. Outboard in this passageway there are lockers for storage and the boat's navigation station. The "Nav" Station offers a large chart table and repeaters for the electronics located in the cockpit. Centerline in this passageway is the engine compartment with the Sabre Diesel engine (Ford Leyman), Genset and water maker to starboard. There is a workbench with vise with room to stand-up and all are concealed by a well insulated door in the passageway. Far aft is the owners cabin as described above.
Force 10, 3 burner stove with oven
Deep Stainless Sink with foot pumps for salt and fresh water
Hot & Cold pressurized water
Technautics cold plate Refrigeration with freezer compartment
Depth sounder and knot meter: 2 AutoNav Multi XL
KVH Azimuth Gyrotec Compass
AutoNav A1500 Auto pilot with remote
AutoNav multi repeater at helm
Furuno 1834 C Radar
Icom M502 Radio phone: base at nav station, remote in cockpit
Northstar 8901 GPS
Magellan Northstar Europa GPS (back-up)
Pactor III email
CAPSAT phone/data 3626CM
Navigation computer with MaxSea navigation software networked with AutoNav, Auotpilot, Compass and Radar
Icom IC-M710 SSB with remote control head at nav station
12 volt DC protected by individual circuit breakers
Heart inverter/battery charger
Five (5) 8D house batteries
One (1) 4D Starting Battery, new 2014
120 volt AC protected by individual circuit breakers
Shore Power inlet with 50 amp cord
Northern Lights 7.5 kw Generator
230 volt transformer to washer/dryer
120 volt system to Aqua Marine Watermaker (40 gph)
Deck Hardware and Equipment
Maxwell Nilsson 2200 Vertical Anchor Windlass
Painted Aluminum Masts and Booms built by Ballenger
Mizzen Harken Winches: 2 16 A Halyard; 1 32A Halyard
Swim Ladder and Boarding Ladder
Teak Cockpit Table
The 3 masted rig offers important advantages for the ocean voyager. The amount of sail area to drive any vessel of this size is considerable. However, when you split up the rig into many smaller and more manageable sails, it makes for easy handling and gives a multitude of sail combinations. Balancing this boat is easy, all halyards and reefing tackle are operated at the base of each mast which keeps the decks open and clear. The headsail is equipped with Pro-Furl roller furling system. The foresail and mainsail have double reefs and the mizzen has a single.
1 Furling Jib on Profurl Furler
Pineapple Sails: 1 Symmetrical Spinnaker includes Spinnaker Sock (Sally) '98
2 Storm Trysails '98 (never been used)
Mechanical and Plumbing
Walk-in engine room with centerline engine giving you 360º access for ease of maintenance. The water maker and generator are to starboard. There is a workbench, vise and plenty of storage.
Sabre (Ford Leyman) Super 90 Model 90L: rated 90 BHP@2600 RMP; In-line 4-cylinder diesel; Borg Warner 1.88:1 Reduction Gear; Wet Muffler through fiberglass lift can
Tail Shaft 1 3/8 Inch Stainless Steel
Propeller 20" 3-Blade Piranha Feathering
Northern Lights 7.5 Kw Generator
Marine Head Forward PAR
Vacuflush Head Aft
Webasto 3-zone Forced Air Heating
Maxwell Nilsson 2200 Vertical Anchor Windlass
Electric Bilge Pump
Aqua Marine Watermaker (40 gph)
Manual Bilge Pump
Sea Water Pump - Deck & Anchor wash down with manifold to fresh water
Washer and Dryer 230 VAC
Pressurized Hot and Cold Water
Through Hulls: 1 Plastic Ball Valve to Sea Chest to Manifold, provides seawater to engine heads and sinks; 1 Plastic Ball Valve to Galley Sink Drain; 1 Bronze Sea Cock for Aft Head Discharge. 1 Bronze Sea Cock for Forward Head Discharge
500 Gallons Fuel stored in 4 integral epoxy coated Steel Tanks
200 Gallons Water stored in 4 Bladders
2 Gray Water Tanks
1 42 Gallon Black Water Tank
1 small 7 gallon holding tank for aft head
MOM 8 Overboard Module
Ditch Bag some items included: small EPIRB 406; Emergency Fishing Kit; Space Blanket; Orange INT. Distress Flag; Drogue; C-Light; Sea Dye Marker; Whistle; Small Leatherman; First Aid Kit w/Manual; Mirror; Flashlights; and more.
Mainsail, foresail and mizzen covers
Wheel, Pedestal and Compass Cover
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 877-532-0864Tel: 510-523-8500