If you are looking for a well equipped comfortable long range bluewater cruiser in excellent condition, then this is the yacht for you. Owned by a single owner since new, the custom lengthened all aluminum cutter rigged pilothouse sailing yacht has been meticulously maintained and professionally cared for since new. The owner has just finished the annual maintanence and the yacht is ready to cruise now.
This yacht features 2 queen berth cabins with ensuites, inside and outside helm stations, hydraulic and electric sail furling, dinghy, reverse cycle air conditioning, large salon, fully equipped and generously sized galley with gas stove/oven, diving equipment, hydraulic gimbled radar, custom dinghy davits, and much more.
Price has been recently reduced. Call now to arrange a viewing of this beautiful yacht.
For private viewing, please contact Bert van Muylwijk +66 89 289 4038 or email@example.com
Please contact Northrop and Johnson Asia at +852 (0) 2815 0404
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Dieter Empacher
Flag of Registry: Australia
Hull Shape: Displacement
LOA: 54 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 0 in
Displacement: 44000 lbs
Ballast: 20000 lbs
Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 2
Number of heads: 2
Electrical Circuit: 220V
Accommodations and Interior Layout
Two steps up the euro style transom and under the davit arches leads to the aft deck. Under the aft deck is a large locker containing the 220V Nautica dive compressor. Leading forward from the aft deck leads to the center cockpit and outside mechanical/cable steering station with large wheel and plenty of seating along with a Force 10 BBQ. Located on the steering pedestal is a custom fold up table designed by the owner and repeater unites for the Autohelm autopilot, depth, speed, temperature, and log data. Under the cockpit aft seats are 2 large storage lockers and access to the emergency steering system.
Further forward and down a circular stairway with 6 steps is the pilothouse/salon area containing Sea Star hydraulic steering station, seating, and electronics and navigation equipment on the starboard side. Under this salon floor is the engine room. Opposite the steering station and to port is a large settee and table with icemaker and pullout storage/wine locker just forward of it. Aft of the steering stationis a large navigation center where the radar display unite and other navigation related items are located. Aft of that is a TV/entertainment center hidden in a locker with 10 CD changer, DVD, Sony stereo, VCR, laser dick player, and TV.
Forward and down 2 steps is the large galley and dining area. Galley is to port and a large settee and dining table is to starboard. The galley contains a SeaFrost AC/DC refrigerator and freezer, gas 4 burner Force 10 stove/oven, double stainless steel sink with Corian countertopm and microwave.
Forward of the dinette is a large study with desk and shelves. Opposite of the study is the forward head containing a sink, shower, and toilet with manual push pump toilet. The forward head also includes a Philco washer/dryer unit. All the way forward is the VIP cabin containing a queen berth.
Leading aft from the pilothouse is the master cabin with queen berth and Vacuflush head. Head is on the starboard side and shower is on the port side.
Interior is finished in varnished cherry and all is in excellent condition. Flooring is varnished golden teak and holly, also in excellent condition. The entire yacht is air conditioned with 2 large MarineAir reverse cycle AC units. The windows are Lexan material.
The exterior hull is painted dark green and the topsides are painted white. The paint is in excellent condition.
Electronics and Navigational Equipment
Simrad CP31 chart plotter
Furuno 24nm monochrome radar with hydraulically gimbled antenna
Autohelm speed, temperature, log, depth instruments with repeaters in the cockpit
ICOM VHF radio
ICOM IC-M800 SSB radio
Sails and Rigging
Aluminum mast and boom with stainless steel standing rigging
Mast is stepped to the keel
Coach roof halyard and primary winches are hydraulic
4 sheet winches and 3 halyard winches. All winches are Lewmar
Headsail and Genoa have Staffer roller firling and the staysail are has Profurl roller furling
Navtech hydraulic back stay and vang
Mainsail is original and is fully battened and has lazy jacks with Harken bat car system
Two staysails 1997 and 2007
Original gennaker in sock
Mainsail sail cover
Full sun awning
Aft pilothouse enclosure
12V with 4 batteries and one cranking battery for engine and generator charged by shore power through a Raritan battery charger, main engine through an engine mounted Balmar 180 amp battery charger, inverter, and generator
Westerbeke 8.33KVA generator at 220V
Trace 4kW inverter
Complete 220V/12V electrical panel in pilothouse
Electric Lighthouse anchor windlass with remote control
6 electrical bilge pumps, 1 is a 220V crash pump
American Bow Thruster hydraulic bow thruster
Pressurized hot/cold water system
Dual 12V/220V refrigerator/freezer system with compressors
MarineAir full reverse cycle AC system
New cutlass bearing and PSS shaft seal, 3 blade fixed prop
Philco washing machine
Custom dinghy davit system
Cholamark RIB dinghy (2004) with 15 hp Mercury 2 stroke outboard and Tohatsu 5 hp outboard
One 50 Kg Bruce anchor and one FX Fortress anchor with 260' chain and another 300+' of nylon anchor rode
Swim laddercustom designed for scuba diving
One Vacuflush head aft and manual push pump head forward
Balanced rudder allowing shaft removal without rudder removal
Two water tight bulkheads
Internal helm steering is hydraulic, external steering is mechanical/cable
Half of the vessel's weight is in the keel and the owner reports that this results in a smaller than usual heeling angle when underway, even in heavy wind.
Loads of miscellaneous spare parts for many pieces of equipment including a spare Hydralign 3 blade folding prop for extended offshore cruising
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.