Remarkable, pedigreed sailing yacht, conceived and built for comfort, speed & easy handling. She was built as a performance cruiser in 1996, voted “Yacht of the Year” by the RYA in 1997, and thoroughly refitted in 2003 with major improvements. Her 2007 updates included new teak decks and new sails. She has been well-maintained by fulltime crew and has sailed beautifully in the Mediterranean & the Caribbean.
HULL: Foam coared epoxy composite with laminates incorporating Kevlar and carbon fibre. Epoxy system to underwater profile in collaboration with SP systems 1998. Repaint in awlgrip 2009. Topsides painting touch-ups 2011.
DECK: Foam coared epoxy composite with teak laid deck and coachroof.
External trim: stainless steel and teak.
Iron keel with lead bulb. Hydraulic opening transom.
2011: 8-month refit that includes deck and mast conditioning, hull sanding and recaulking, new equipment, entire interior redistribution to provide an additional crew cabin, complete new galley in a new location, new upholstery, and a long etc, all resulting in a lighter, faster performance cruiser with a gain of 10 cm above waterline.
8 Knots (approx)
10 Knots (approx)
2,600 lt / 686 US Gallons
1,500 lt / 396 US Gallons
18 l/h @ cruising speed
1 x CUMMINS 160HP
6 C8.3M 6 cylinder diesel engi
Twin disc MG 5050A with 2.04:1 reduction
19 kW Onan
613 hrs (26-Jun-12)
Mannesman electric engine controls with controls and instruments at aft and center cockpit
Mass IVET 13 kw isolation transformer system including:
2x Mass battery chargers 24-100 single phase 100 amp each
Electric water pressure system via 24V centrifugal pumps
Sigmar water heating system (120 l) in one stainless steel tank heated by engine calorifier and 220V immersion
Service batteries, 24V system in 2x 24V banks of 1580 Ah
1x 175 amp service charging alternator
1x engine charging alternator
2x 36,000 BTU Marine Air reverse cycle air conditioning / heating system plus a 5 kW heating element. 2x new compressors in engine room (2004). Both can be run independently or together depending on requirement. They also have a very effective reverse cycle option
Gori 3 blade feathering propeller with stripper rope cutter fitted on shaft (2011)
HRO 160 l/hr water maker (2011). 110 hrs high pressure pump (2009)
Engine driven twin chamber centrifugal Steimal bilge pump, plus electric and manual bilge pumps.
Salt water deck wash via Steimal pump.
2x 500 l Grey water tanks.
300 l Black water tanks forward (connected to three heads).
All tanks of composite construction.
Electric pump to deck or overboard for holding tank.
Mass Inverter 24/4500 and 1 Mass inverter 24/500.
Lewmar 20 HP retractable hydraulic bow thruster controlled from helm.
Onboard system hydraulics for winches, windlass and bow thruster.
Varied general spares and tools.
An upgrade of the engine room was undertaken in 2011 including the resitting of some services for ease of maintenance and for greater accessibility.
Winches: All by Lewmar Ocean range, and all self tailing.
2x 66 CST hydraulic main halyard winch and genoa/spinnaker
2x 62 CST manual halyard/reefing winches
Tacoherm automatic tempering valve to blend hot and cold water prior to distribution
240V intake/outtake silent running fan forward of mast into forward accommodation for fresh air circulation
The companionway from aft cockpit leads to crew accommodation, which is very comfortably fitted out comprising a dinette area to starboard (seats 4 easily). Opposite this companionway there is the navigation charts table, equipped with all the navigation computer and instruments.
There is an overhead opening hatch; on the port side of the crew area, a door leads aft into a private Captains’ cabin with double bed, large wardrobe, overhead hatch.
At starboard of the crew area, there is the main 24 volt electric distribution panel and 220 volt fuse switches are located beneath the charts table.
The crew dinette saloon has its own TV video and music centre. From the crew area on portside there is a watertight door leading to the engine room. In addition to main engine and generator all systems are located here (air conditioning, water maker, chargers, pumps), for ease of access, ease of maintenance and so as to cause minimal disturbance to the Owner and guests.
The crew galley and galley area soles have a practical easy to clean cream coloured non slip finish. From the crew area on the starboard side, a door leads forward to a cabin amidships between the crew mess and the spacious galley. This cabin is ideal for the crew in charge of the galley or interiors.
The stainless steel galley work surface is fitted against the starboard side. Beneath it are the dishwasher and oven, and above these the burner. Its front and superior parts are sheathed with stainless steel. All the electrical household are of standard sizes and top brand Bosch.
At the aft end of the galley is a large work surface and two large front opening freezers, next to a 4 burner electric hob, and combined electric oven forward from the cooker is more work surface, twin sinks, lots of storage and a front opening fridge. There are overhead lockers, drawers, and a garbage bin. Galley work surfaces are finished in Corian. The galley is light and well ventilated, with an opening hatch to the cockpit, hull ports and the open plan to the saloon. With a part bulkhead and clever use of interior space, the galley is both open to the saloon and yet closed off enough so as not to disturb guests.
The main saloon is huge! Companionway steps curve up to the centre cockpit. A U-shaped seating area features light blue-grey leather upholstery, loose cushions, a beautifully crafted table that raises and lowers to suit your needs, a TV and video unit are built in to a locker forward. Glasses are stowed in lockers above and outboard of the seating.
On the starboard side of the saloon is a large sliding door, separating the saloon from the galley. Hull ports, coaming windows and a large overhead hatches make the saloon light and airy. The saloon and guest cabins are all carpeted in beige. A central passage leads from the saloon forward. There are 2 Dorade vents to intake and extract air from the 3 forward cabins to provide additional ventilation, fitted 1999.
To portside there is a double bedded guest cabin with hull port, overhead hatch, hanging locker, drawers, overhead lockers, storage under the berth. The wood work is in American cherry with cream paneling and blue/green fabrics. From this comfortable guest cabin you have direct access forward to a heads compartment (which may also be accessed from the lobby). The heads compartment has cherry sole, cream wall paneling and blue Corian surfaces, electric toilet, washbasin and a shower stall. From the lobby a door to starboard gives access to a larger guest cabin with double berth, vanity unity and stool, bookshelves and lots of stowage areas (under berth, drawers, hanging locker etc). A similar finish to the first cabins has been used. Overhead hatch and hull port, together with stereo and B&G repeater.
From these cabins you have private access to en-suite toilet area (electric head, washbasin and shower stall).
Forward from the passage you enter the third guest cabin with large double berth with a single berth above, vanity unit, lots of storage, book shelves, overhead hatch etc, and an en-suite toilet area forward. All cabins have their own air conditioning controls. All overhead hatches are fitted with mosquito screen and sun-blinds, the centre cockpit provides the owner and guests with an open air raised saloon combined with second chart area and sheltered helm position. 2 additional hatches were fitted for extra ventilation in 1998. There is a single seat from which the skipper can steer the yacht, and there is a bench seat to port for guests or navigator. A large U seating area seats 8 people easily. The teak table has a built in cool box. The aft cockpit is the work area from which the skipper can control sail handling/furling, bow thruster, windlass etc. The twin wheels allow easy helming on either tack.
The central control panel houses hydraulic control (backstays, vang, outhaul) as well as engine throttle, bowthruster, transom door controls and right furlers, foot switches control hydraulic winches and sail furling. Fuel filler caps are recessed into lockers in side decks (to ensure fuel is not spilt on the teak). There is a large sail locker/storage at the foredeck, which is accessed only from deck. The anchor chain leads via recessed hatches to the windlass (not over the deck). The Genoa sheet tracks are sited right outboard on the toe rail, leaving the side decks clear and free for easy access forward when sailing.
GALLEY & LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT
Bosch Gourmet 866 combination electric oven
Set of Denby crockery
4 burner ceramic hob with halogen plates
Bosch combi fridge/ freezer
Bosch washer/ dryer
2x deep freezes (total 300 l)
Inox surfaces in galley
COMMUNICATION, NAVIGATION & ENTERTAINMENT EQUIPMENT
Simrad RD 68’s VHF’s at communication table
Magnavox MX1400 Magna Phone Immarsat C Transceiver (in locker above lower chart table)
Functions include warning lights for forehatch unsecured, transom door unsecured, fridge and or freezer running water maker product to tank, water pressure pump running.
Crewsaver white lifebuoy and bracket, overboard rescue system
bilge alarms as well as generator main engine pressure, tank levels etc.
Lokata 406 EPIRB. Compressed air foghorn
2x Autoflug 6 man liferafts
1996, 1999, New teak decks in 2007 and new sails 2006/2007.
Last refit 2011
Sandblasting, 3 coats with epoxy Awl Grip, 3 coats antifouling.
Topsides painting touch-ups 2011
New antislip and patchwork paint deck
Fixing and revision of the stanchions
Complete service on bow thruster
Revision and replacement of bearings in rudder stock
Revision and replacement of p-bracket and bearings and shaft cuttlass bearing
New thru-hulls and salt water filters connected to new manifold for salt water circuit.
Service of the anchor windlass
Galvanizing of the anchors
Replacement of perspex and fittings of hatches and portholes
Mast, boom and pole:
New paint with Awl Grip
New standing rigging
Replacement of ball-bearing blocks, tracks etc.
New ONAN 19 kW generator
New Bauer Oceanus diving compressor
New sound insulation
New layout/distribution of the engine room
Service pumps and replacement where needed
New plumbing lines, hoses etc
New location chart table in crew quarters
Check of all electronic equipment
New navigation table in steering cockpit
New plotter at navigation table steering cockpit
New 24v electric panel and relocated to navigation table
New 220v electric panel and relocated to crew quarters
Redistribution of galley and new galley equipment
A remarkable sailing yacht, which was voted “Yacht of the Year” by the Royal Yachting Association for 1997. OCEAN PHOENIX was conceived and built for comfort, speed and ease of handling. Her construction, whilst expensive, was the latest and the best technology at the time of build, and is also well proven, providing strength, lightness, stiffness, durability and inherent insulation.
OCEAN PHEONIX has sailed in the Mediterranean and Caribbean and has enjoyed the attention of very competent crews. She has been constantly and caringly updated and improvements, and her most recent, thorough, 8-month refits finalized in May 2011 include deck and mast conditioning, hull sanding and recaulking, new equipment, entire interior redistribution to provide an additional crew cabin, complete new galley in a new location, new upholstery, and a long etc detailed in the specifications, all resulting in a lighter, faster performance cruiser with a gain of 10 cm above waterline.
OCEAN PHOENIX is now ready for even faster regattas or worldwide sailing with a new Owner!
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