The attractive design of this 1 owner Super Sloop succeeds at every level.
Thoughtfully designed by a Naval Architect for superior racing, entertaining or chartering, this vessel can open opportunities for business ventures under sail. Computerized navigation equipment, a warm and generous cedar interior, and outstanding speed and balance are just a few of her many remarkable features. Consider her potential in the fields of eco-tourism and shipboard educational programs.
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Please contact Hugh Snook at (562) 756-8250
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Fred Preiss & Peter Ebutt
Designer: Fred Preiss
Flag of Registry: United States
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 100 ft 0 in
Beam: 23 ft 0 in
LWL: 90 ft 0 in
Length on Deck: 90 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 13 ft 6 in
Ballast: 30000 lbs
Bridge Clearance: 130 ft 0 in
Headroom: 6 ft 8 in
Dry Weight: 78000 lbs
Number of cabins: 7
Number of heads: 3
Wind speed and direction
Manual bilge pump
Electric head - 3
Fresh water maker
Electric bilge pump
Shore power inlet
Electrical Circuit: 12V
The yacht’s hull was fabricated from 1/8 inch thick cedar laminates. Each layer got epoxy glued 90 degrees to each other and wrapped around to include the deck, in essence creating a structure that is a continuous and seamless sheet of plywood. Strategic high load areas near the mast bulkhead and the keel are reinforced with carbon fiber between the laminates. There are 10 layers of veneer besides the 5/16 inch thick tongue and groove mold that is visible throughout the interior, including the extreme bow and stern, as well as every part of the bilge. The interior mold is epoxy saturated and Linear Polyurethane varnished throughout the ship.
All bulkheads are foam filled, plywood sided and finished with varnished epoxy coated tongue and groove cedar veneer.
The keel was fabricated in form of a steel jacket fastened over a welded internal structure that is 11-feet tall. The bottom of it was hot poured with 30,000 pounds of lead, and the upper portion of the keel foil serves as a fuel tank holding 200 gal. of diesel.
The cabin sole is constructed from scarfed and laminated oak beams. Individual panels of 1/2” inch plywood fit in between and are easily removed for instant access to all locations in the bilge.
The foot of the mast terminates in the forward shower. Any rain or green water that penetrates the structure through the halyard or sheave slots of the extrusion is being expelled through the shower sump.
A 250 hp turbo charged Cummins diesel engine with a Borg Warner transmission provides propulsion under power at 10-knots. The transmission's output shaft connects to a Morse chain drive unit that terminates 3 feet below into the keel. From that point, a 2" shaft drives a Martec folding propeller. The shaft is short and roller bearing supported on each end for vibration-free operation. The bearings and chain are lubricated via an oil sump, also in the keel and doesn't require any maintenance.
Without any sails, just powered by the engine, the yacht cruises 10 knots at 2300 rpm using 7 gallons of fuel per hour, or 5 gallons per hour at 8 knots.
Sailing downwind without any help from the engine, this yacht has sailed faster than 26 knots.
Electrical & Navigation
Christine has a Data Marine Offshore Electronics Package that is hardwired to a Swiss GPS computer, as well as to the vessels computer that is used for the electronic chart system. The computer is a latest high speed Dell unit with a 17" flat NEC high resolution monitor.
Data Marine Electronics Package
3 separate banks of deep cycle batteries
5000 watt Northern Lights diesel generator for 110V systems
Computerized charging system
All electronics “talk” to each other via NMEA 0183.
GE Upright Refrigerator/Freezer
Large horizontal freezer
Village Marine Tech watermaker
3-burner Range and Oven
Large Stainless Steel Sink
Potable water is stored in 4 separate tanks, located under port and starboard bunks
Below decks are 17 beds in 7 Staterooms. Half of these are wide enough to sleep 2 people.
Additionally, there is an owner’s cabin with a large hanging locker, oversize queen bed, bathroom, shower, ample storage, TV, CD player and surround sound.
There are 2 additional bathrooms with large showers and an enclosed shower at the mast.
There is a very large hanging locker and lots of storage space throughout the vessel.
The galley is midship to port.
A sleek, modern dinette is opposite the galley.
Made by Lidgard Sailmakers in New Zealand: (1) 2-ply Mylar full battened mainsail. (1) Mylar # 1 genoa (1) 2-ply Mylar # 3 genoa (1) Mylar 165% reacher (1) Nylon 110ft. Asymmetric spinnaker (1) Mylar tallboy (1) Mylar staysail to go with the reacher
At least 10 other assorted spinnakers
a blast reacher
Other Mainsails and Genoas purchased from the Japanese America's Cup boat
Some of these sails were barely used by the America Cup syndicate and are excellent.
Head sails are stored below the cabin sole. Longitudinal bulkheads are located below the waterline from the compartments. These tunnels are also epoxy coated and varnished, which helps the sausage-bagged sails to slide smoothly in and out of their respective locations.
4 Primary Barient grinder drums that are interconnected by 3 pedestals.
9 various other winches.
Rod rigging custom designed by Navtec Engineers.
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.