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Road Town, British Virgin Islands
Successful crewed boat charter, always maintained by a professional crew. "Dream Catcher" is sold with the BVI company which included the trade license allowing to use the boat as a charter boat in the BVI. The boat is overall in good condition, a condition survey is available for interested buyers.
Christine Buttigieg, Yacht Sales
THE CATAMARAN COMPANY, Ft. Lauderdale Catamaran Center
4005 North Federal Highway, Suite 200
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33308 USA
Fresh Water Tanks: (210 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (158 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 1
Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 5
Layout & Accommodations
Spacious salon on the bridgedeck, crew cabin on forward peak portside, double bunk amidship, and aft double cabin with head and shower, galley amidship and 2 double cabins on starboard side with head and shower. STEREO: ‘Technics Pro RX35U’ receiver with Bose speakers. TV: ‘Sharp’ TV with Play station. ‘Panasonic DVD-S25’
Dream Catcher has 4 cabins plus crew quarters and has 5 heads. Three cabins have double beds and one has 2 bunks. The crew quarters is a double V berth as well.
Galley is down, amidship starboard side, open to the salon. COOKING FACILITIES STOVE: ‘Alpes-Inox’ 4-burner stove. OVEN: ‘Alpes-Inox’ stainless steel oven. FUEL: Propane. SOLENOID & PRESSURE GAUGE: Pressure gauge only. MICROWAVE OVEN / GRILL: ‘Daewood’. DISHWASHER: ‘Listo’ (new 2011).
Deck & Equipment
Steering: make Goiot. Twin wheels – roller chain to rotary drives to aluminum rods with universal joints to aluminum rudderstock tillers. RUDDER BEARINGS: ‘JP3’ Self Aligning bearings (installed 2003). EMERGENCY STEERING: Stainless steel tillers through deck plates – each rudder.
PRIMARY ANCHOR: 75lb ‘CQR’ (To be replaced) Chain / rode: 250ft. x 12mm chain (New 2010) SECONDARY ANCHOR: 55lb ‘Fortress FX-55’ Chain / rode: Approximately 30ft x 12mm chain + nylon rode. WINDLASS: ‘Goïot’ 24-volt / 1500W windlass with a wireless remote control (new 2011).
DC - SYSTEM: House Batteries: 4 x 4D AGM batteries - port amidships (under the lower bunk – new 2012). 24-volt /12-volt Engine Batteries: 2 x Group 27 ‘Delco’ lead acid batteries (one in each engine compartment). Generator start: 1 x Group 27 & 1 x Group27 ‘Delco’ lead acid battery (bow compartment). Circuit Protection Devices: Battery isolation switches. Power distribution System: Labeled DC circuit breaker panel. Charging system: 2 x engine mounted alternators A/C battery charger ‘Master volt’ DC Refrigeration: ‘Frigoboat’ 24-volt – air cooled refrigeration.
PLUMBING: BILGE PUMPS – Manual Pumps: 2 x ‘Plastimo’ double action pumps – 1.3lt / cycle (cockpit) 2 x ‘Plastimo’ double action pumps – 1.3lt / cycle (under the aft bunks) PIPING – Diesel: Approved fuel hose. Gas: Approved propane hose. SHOWERS: 5 - Each head has a shower + 1 stern shower (port side aft). SHOWER SUMP PUMPS: ‘Whale Gulper 220’ diaphragm pumps. FRESH WATER WASHDOWN PUMP: Anchor locker - ‘Shurflo’ 3.4 GPM diaphragm pump. WATER MAKER: ‘Sea Recovery’ reverse osmosis water maker (70 gallons/hr). ‘Baldor-Reliance’ low pressure water maker pump (new 2011) ‘Cat’ high pressure water maker pump.
HOT WATER: 2 x 12 gallon ‘Raritan’ accumulator tanks – under the aft bunks. The water is heated via the engine heat exchanger and A/C. PRESSURIZED FRESH WATER SYSTEM: Starboard: 1 x ‘Jabsco Par-Max’ 2.9 GPM diaphragm pump
Engine & Mechanical
Yanmar 4JH2CE (starboard)-1995 - Yanmar 4JH3E (port)- 2006 - naturally aspirated, four cylinder diesel engines with SD31sail drive units.
ENGINE HOURS: Port approximately 1500 hours Starboard approximately 8500 hours
ENGINE COOLING: Fresh water cooled through heat exchangers. ENGINE EXHAUST: Wet exhaust – mixing elbow to plastic ‘Vetus’ waterlocks, looped reinforced exhaust hosing to stainless skin fittings. COMPRESSORS & ALTERNATORS FITTED: Single 80 Amp alternators on each engine (starboard 12 volt alternator charging both engine banks, Port 24 volt alternator charging house bank). PRIMARY FUEL FILTERS: ‘Racor 500 MA’ – port engine. ‘Racor 500 FG’ – starboard engine. ‘Racor 500FG’ – fuel transfer.
PROPELLERS: Three bladed, automatic feathering ‘Max-props’
Sails & Rigging
RIGGING: Sloop rigged / fractional rig with inner forestay. MAST Make: ‘Marechal’. Spreaders: Two sets of raked spreaders. Stepped: Deck stepped.
STANDING RIGGING: 1 x 19 stainless steel wire to swaged studs and open bronze bodied turnbuckles (Starboard lower shroud with Norseman fittings) RUNNING RIGGING: Pre-stretched Dacron. WINCHES: Cockpit - 1x ‘Harken 56.2’ two speed self-tailing winches. 3 x ‘Harken 64.2’ two speed self-tailing winches. Mast - 1 x ‘Harken 53’ two speed self-tailing winch. 1 x ‘Harken 64’ two speed self-tailing winch – electric (Main Halyard). Foredeck - 1 x ‘Harken 64’ two speed self-tailing winch – electric (Main Halyard). FURLING GEAR: ‘Profurl N52’ drum and foil on the forestay. CHAIN PLATES: Stainless steel plates are through-bolted to the sides of the hull.
SAILS (Doyle) Fully-battened Mainsail with ‘Harken Bat-car’ luff slides. Furling Genoa. Gennaker with sock (New 2002). Staysail – hank on. Storm Jib.
BIMINI: Full cockpit bimini with an alloy frame with canvas (Canvass replaced 2011). SAIL COVERS: ‘Stack-pack’ with lazy-jacks (New 2008).
SAFETY: PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICES: 10 Coastal adult lifejackets & safety harnesses. THROWABLE DEVICES: 2 Liferings with Dan buoy and man overboard light. SOUND SIGNALS: Foghorn. NAVIGATIONAL LIGHTING: Anchor, steaming, bicolor, stern and deck light. LIFE RAFTS: 10-man ‘Plastimo’ Off Shore liferaft Serial no: 26921 Service past due 11/2011 LIFELINES: Stainless steel wire to s/s swaged studs and turnbuckles through stainless steel stanchions. FIRST AID KIT: yes. EPIRBS: ‘ACR Electronics’ Model: RLB-35 CATT II EPIRB Decal Expiration Date: 08/03/2013 FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS: 5 x Type B:C size dry chemical extinguishers. (Engine rooms) 2 x ‘Fire Boy Model MA2-200-FE241’ Automatic extinguishers
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 desired validated. Photos may not properly reflect the current condition of the actual vessel offered for sale. In some cases stock photographs may have been used.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 888-209-6090Tel: 954-449-4611