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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Newport, RI
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 625,000
IRVMIREN was designed by German Frers and offers elegance and comfort for both living and entertaining. She is a true cruiser/racer with fantastic offshore sailing performance!
In 2000 her main engine was replaced with a more powerful 225HP Perkins Engine. IRVMIREN had an extensive refit in 2004 with the following work completed: replacement of teak deck and all teak fittings with 14mm Burmese teak; replacement of generator; the waterline sheer stripes repainted; complete re-varnishing of the entire interior woodwork; additional sound insulation was added to the generator set; overhaul of all the winches and fittings; replacement of all fitting screws; replacement of all glass in the hatches; overhaul of all the air conditioners and fridge compressors.
Another refit was made in 2010 at which time a bench was built in the master cabin and new white upholstery was added; all lighting was changed to LED; all light switches were replaced; full re-varnishing; and a new generator was installed. IRVMIREN was hauled in March 2014 for new bottom paint and a new propeller.
IRVMIREN is in great condition and has been maintained by a professional crew since new. She has been sailing in SE Asia and the Pacific until April 2014 when she arrived in the USA. She has been competitively raced and won a number of regattas including the 1998 Kings Cup, 2002 Raja Muda Race, and the 2003 Singapore Straits Regatta.
Please call to make an appointment to see her. She will be in New England this summer.
Cell Phone 443-994-1500
Please contact Keith Yeoman at (401) 846-1090
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Solid fiberglass hull painted Navy Blue Awlgrip.
Hydraulic swim platform with teak.
Swim platform ladder is combined with a bathing/side boarding and forepeak ladder.
Antifouling, red, Jotun for 3 years in the water.
Standard racing fin keel.
Ballast is cast lead alloyed with antimony.
The mast is stepped through the deck onto a mast step with a movable shoe for mast rake adjustment.
Teak deck replaced in 2004 in Burmese 14mm teak.
Teak toe rail.
Steering wheel covered with leather.
Anchor mounted on stemhead: Sand anchor, galvanized.
Chain 220 meters
Stainless Steel stemhead fitting with 2 chain rollers
Stainless Steel 1 x 19 wire lifelines with 1 opening gate and stanchions amidships on both sides.
Open bowrail with teak seat.
Bow sprit for asymmetrical sail.
Deck fittings for spinnaker pole and jockey pole.
Aluminum mast collar bolted through deck.
Stowage for 2 gas bottles in aft cockpit seat.
Gate in the stern rail for the bathing platform.
Stern rail has a socket for a flag pole.
Stern rail has auxiliary engine support.
Stainless steel radar post mounted through deck, removable and with quick connection for the cable.
Deck shower, hot and cold water.
Extended transom with large lazarette for storage of equipment.
Harken hydraulic winches overhauled in 2010 including the primary winches, secondary winches, mainsheet, 2 halyard winches.
Electric windlass for anchor.
Sleeps 11 in 5 separate cabins. Sleeps an additional 2 on the main saloon settees for a total of 13. 4 heads. Burmese teak interior woodwork with varnished hand rubbed finish except where noted. Teak and holly foam cored cabin sole floor boards throughout.
Located immediately aft of the deck accessed anchor and chain locker. Watertight bulkhead forward. Single bunk starboard. Large locker to port. Large hatch accessed via a ladder on the aft bulkhead. Access to a shared head on the starboard side.
FOREPEAK CABIN HEAD
Located on the starboard side aft of the forepeak cabin. Access from the forepeak cabin as well as the galley. Teak grating on sole. Vacuuflush fresh water flush head. No holding tank. Cameo white Corian wash basin, mirror and telephone type shower head mounted to bulkhead. Sea water foot pump. Electric sump pump for shower. Towel, paper and soap holders. Locker outboard.
PORT GUEST HEAD
Located opposite the Forepeak Cabin Head. Same as Fore Peak Cabin head except access from port cabin only. Stainless steel holding tank for head. Electric pump to discharge holding tank.
Located on the starboard side immediately aft of the Forepeak Cabin Head with door to head forward and main saloon aft. Stainless steel, 4 burner, gimballed propane stove with pot holders, oven and grill. Flame failure protection on burners. Gas shut-off cock next to stove. Remote control gas shut-off and leak detector in galley with control switch, alarm and warning light. Air extractor hood over stove. Microwave oven behind stove. White Formica and Corian counter tops. Double stainless steel sinks inboard. Water tank vents drain to sinks. Corian tops to sinks. Sea water spout with foot pump to sink. Drip dry dish locker. Garbage bin. Side access fridge aft of stove. Top access freezer inboard of fridge. Additional freezer under cabin sole. Clothes dryer aft of sinks. Lockers inboard and outboard.
PORT GUEST CABIN
Located on the port side opposite the galley. Accessed from the main saloon port side forward. Double lower bunk. Single upper pullman bunk. Lockers outboard and above. Hanging locker forward. Access to private head forward.
Straight settee to Starboard with lockers and audio/video center outboard. Drawers and locker under settee. Crockery locker forward next to liquor locker. Coffee table. "L" shaped dinette to port with additional seating in as many as 4 single chairs inboard. Table expands to seat more people. Wine locker under table. Lockers and bookshelves outboard. Fridge and ice-maker aft and outboard. Wet locker next to companionway.
AFT PORT GUEST CABIN
Located immediately aft of the saloon on the port side. Single bunk with single pullman bunk above. Lockers inboard with small vanity. Access to shared head aft. Head shared with master cabin aft.
AFT PORT GUEST CABIN and MASTER CABIN HEAD
Located aft of the Aft Port Guest Cabin and as described earlier except access from Aft Port Guest Cabin and Master Cabin. Separate stall shower inboard.
Located aft of the saloon on the starboard side. Forward facing. Surrounded by navigation and communication instruments. Electrical panel inboard.
Located aft of the navigation station and on the starboard side. Single lower bunk with upper pullman bunk. Hanging locker aft.
Same as other heads except the access is either from the forward end of the Captain's Cabin or as a day head from the walkway back to the aft master cabin.
Located aft with access from a walkway on the starboard side. Centerline queen bed. "L" settees port and starboard. Vanities port and starboard. Lockers outboard port and starboard. Hanging lockers forward port and starboard.
PLUMBING AND VENTILATION
Water capacity 317 gallons in 3 stainless steel tanks.
Water tank level guage fitted in each tank with read out in aft cockpit for fuel and inside for water.
Hot and cold pressure water for galley, heads and deck water.
Fridge and freezer run on 220 V.
Watermaker 47 gallons/hour.
Two manual bilge pumps, one below, one in cockpit.
Electric bilge pump, manual and automatic control.
Deck wash/fire pump with connection.
24 V DC.
220 V AC.
Transformer 24 V.
Battery set 24 V Ah at for general service.
Engine and SSB batteries 24V Ah
Battery capacity meter fitted for both groups of batteries.
Switch for parallel between service and engine batteries.
Shore supply 2 x 230 V and 1 x 115 V.
Inverter 24 V DC to 220 V AC.
Generator, Kohler, 1800rpm 20KW (replaced in 2004)
220 V AC and 24 V outlets at chart table and in heads, one watertight in cockpit and one on Dorade box forward of the mast.
Spreader deck lights.
2 boom lights.
Tricolor lights on masthead.
Windex and light on masthead.
Automatic Lights in hanging lockers.
Rheostat control for lights in saloon.
Flexible chart light at navigation station.
1 light over each berth.
Red dome night-lights over galley and chart table.
Indirect lights in saloon and in owner's cabin.
Autohelm Sea Talk ST-60 Tridata.
Jumbo 20/20 on mast.
Digital FFD repeaters.
Digital repeater over compass crash bar in cockpit.
Suunto compass on steering wheel pedestal.
VHF at chart table and handset in cockpit.
Autohelm 7000 autopilot.
1 quartz clock at chart table on saloon bulkhead.
37 inch plasma TV.
Perkins 6 cylinder, 225 HP Intercooled Turbocharged (new in 2000).
Electric level gauges.
1904 litres Fuel capacity in 4 stainless steel tanks.
3 blade folding propeller, new in 2013.
Bow thrusters, not fitted.
Triple spreader masthead rig supported by babystay and runners.
Harken track for fully battened mainsail.
Boom with 2-3 reefs.
1 Aluminum spinnaker boom.
1 carbon spinnakers boom.
1 aluminum jockey pole.
Harken hydraulic headsail furler.
Hydraulic power pack for headsail furler.
Hydraulic power pack for winches.
Navtec solid rod stainless steel standing rigging.
Wire running backstays.
Wire hydraulic babystay.
Navtec rod backstay hydraulically powered.
Wire inner forestay hydraulically powered.
Hydraulic system with control unit in cockpit with gauges for backstay, boomvang, babystay, inner forestay, mast jack.
Mainsail (replaced in 2004) - Cruising, fully battened Dacron.
Furling genoa, Dacron.
Spinnakers- Asummetric, 0.5oz, 3/4 oz.,1.5oz.
Blue sprayhood over entrance hatch.
Blue sprayhood over forward end of aft cockpit.
Blue Sun awning covering entire boat or selected areas as required.
Upholstery for deck, cockpit in blue fabric matching boat color.
Auxiliary engine for tender, 25 HP Evinrude.
Compressor and diving bottles, not included in sale.
Horseshoe lifebuoys with lights mounted on stern rail.
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.
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