An attractive and spacious blue water cruiser offering 8 berths and an extensive inventory. This cutter rigged ketch was designed and built to a very high standard for live aboard comfort. She has very flexible accommodation capable of extended cruising for the family. Her owners have maintained the boat to a very high standard, and have recently completed a very successful 2 year blue water cruise with their family.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 50 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 0 in
LWL: 40 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 3 in
Displacement: 17500 kgs
Ballast: 6800 kgs
Major engine service including new injector pump, water pump, lift pump heat exchanger and exhaust manifold (2010) Regularly serviced Engine room vent fans Hurth reduction gear box Cramm Aquafax 24V 4.5hp twin propellor bow thrusters operated from helm with stainless steel grill covers. 1.5"Stainless steel shaft with 3 blade propellor and rope cutter.
Electrics 12, 24, 110 and 240v system wiring. 6 x 120 Ah gel batteries in domestic bank 2 x 135 Ah gel batteries dedicated to engine 2 x lead acid batteries for bow thrusters and windlass 40 amp alternator Spare 60 amp alternator new and unused 100-240 volt battery charger 2x95w solar panels (2011) Shore power cables for 240 volt and 110 volt systems Victron battery monitor (2009) Diehard 750 watt inverter Calorifier and 240 volt water heater
Spacious and comfortable accommodation offering eight berths in four cabins finished in teak with blue upholstery and carpets.
Professionally fitted out by Lyhner marine using only the highest quality materials
Owners cabin aft Large central island double berth Dressing table Seating Two wardrobes Shelving Extensive storage under berth and in various lockers
Ensuite heads Sea toilet (2009) Wash basin (2009) Shower (2009)
Guest cabins Twin berth guest cabin forward of owners cabin on starboard side with hatch and underbunk storage. Port and starboard guest cabins each with up and under bunks forward of saloon with hatches and port lights
Saloon Two large saloon tables with seating for at least ten Tables convert to two double beds if required for additional guests Under seat storage and numerous lockers Sony sound system 20" flat screen TV with DVD player
Galley and navigation station aft of saloon Navigation table to starboard with instrumentation and chart storage.
Forward Heads Separate heads compartment to starboard Electric toilet Wash basin
Forward shower Separate shower compartment with wash basin
Galley Linear galley to port, situated adjacent to the large engine room, providing ample space and security whilst at sea. Nelson 2 burner gas cooker with oven and grill, gas alarm and auto shutoff, Separate valve (new solenoid, gas pipes 2009) Gas safety certificate (2009) 2 x 4.5kg gas cylinders Refrigerator (new compressor and controller 2011) Sink Pressurised hot and cold water supply, 500 litres of water in stainless steel tank, 50 litres of water in flexible tank with hand pump in galley Ample worktop space and stowage. Extractor fan
Ground Tackle Anchors 60lb. CQR with 60 metres of 5/8 in. chain. 60lb. Bruce 60lb Fisherman 30lb. Danforth kedge with 20 metres of chain spliced to 50 metres of 1 inch nylon rope Lofrans Falkon electric anchor windlass, bow or helm operated Heavy Samson post through bolted to framework
Sprayhood (2011) Snubbing line and hook Stainless steel bow roller Alloy toe rail and stanchions. Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit. Stainless steel gantry. 6 Lewmar hatches and 16 portlights. 3 large long fenders 3 large round fenders Various mooring lines, including heavy storm lines 2 aluminium boat hooks Two awnings - mast to mizzen and aft of mizzen Cockpit cushions
Aluminium Sailspar Masts and booms with white powder coating Mast and standing rigging removed and inspected 2009 - new cap shrouds fitted Roller ball sail track on main mast and mizzen mast Lazy jacks for mainsail and mizzen Main and mizzen sail covers Sailspar single line furling gear on both headsails Gas strut kicker to main boom 2 Spinnaker pole line tenders. 2 x 12ft white aluminium spinnaker poles Four Lewmar winch handles
Anderson Winches 2 x 52 ST 2 speed primary 2 x 46 ST 2 speed main halyard, kicker, staysail, reefing 2 x 40 ST 2 speed furling 1 x 12 ST mizzen 2 x 40 ST 2 speed mainmast
Sails Furling genoa - 720sq ft (2011) Furling staysail 450 sq ft (2009) Fully battened mainsail Fully battened mizzen Spinnaker 1040 sq ft Cruising chute 700 sq ft Spare foresail Spare staysail spare storm jib
JRC3000 radar - 24 mile range DSC VHF radio with dual switched antennae (main and mizzen mast) Autohelm Raytheon ST6000 autopilot JRC GPS (2006) B&G network log/speedo, wind speed/direction, depth all interfaced. Pactor modem- II USB (2009) ICOM IC-707 SSB Radio Garmin 551s chartplotter and fishfinder (2009) AIS receiver (2009)
Two 6 man liferafts (certified until Dec 2012) McMurdo 406 GPS EPIRB Two lifebuoys and Danbuoy, all with automatic lights 20 metre heaving line Full length jack stays Emergency tiller and steering gear Full set of ocean flares Six life jackets with spare canisters Six safety lines MOB scramble net and recovery line 2 x Powder fire extinguishers 4 x Water fire extinguishers Automatic fire extinguisher in engine room Fire blanket in galley Smoke alarm in galley 2 manual bilge pumps 4 automatic electric bilge pumps 50 metre series drogue line 70 metre heavy duty warp Radar reflector (2009) Deadlights for portlights Two heavy duty bolt cutters Separate gas locker draining overboard
Tenders and Outboards US standard caribe 6 man hard bottomed inflatable - top quality hypalon Mariner 4hp 4 stroke outboard engine with fuel tank and fuel line
Scaled design drawings Manuals and support literature for all equipment Mast taken out and inspected 2010. Shrouds replaced as required Major engine service 2010 Many extra lines, warps and blocks included. Too numerous to detail Many spare fittings, shackles, lights, stainless steel nuts and bolts Walker trailing log
AVAILABLE BUT NOT INCLUDED IN THE PRICE 100s of charts for Europe, Atlantic, Caribbean and South America Electronic charts of world - Maxsea 6 cruising guides for the above 1 x 10k butane cylinder and valve (US standard) 1 x 25kg propane cylinder and valve (European standard)
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.