Farr 60 Pilothouse built by Najad in 1997. This is a true performance cruising yacht in every sense of the word. She has a great hull design, superb accommodation and would suit someone wanting to do some extended cruising in comfort and style. Her current and second owner is meticulous and she has been privately owned since new, tax paid, never chartered. Viewings are available by appointment 7 days a week on her South Coast berth.
NAVIGATIONAL AIDS Sea Marshall MOB display Autohelm ST80 log, depth, wind, NFD, VMG and three maxi displays Autohelm ST80 Masterview, pilot control, MGB button and external remote Masterview and joystick at internal helm Raytheon GPS Shipmate dual station RS8300 VHF Raytheon R41XX radar with Marpa Mini moonlight Night vision Scope Trimble Inmarsat C Transceiver SSB receiver Acer Extensa 390 computer with Weatherfax for Windows. Built in flush computer keyboard into the chart table
GROUND TACKLE: 50kg Bruce anchor with 50m of 10mm chain and 50m of Octoplatt rope Fortress anchor with 70m of webbing and 10m of chain Lewmar 2500 hydraulic anchor windlass Stem fitting with twin rollers
GENERAL EQUIPMENT: Two electric bilge pumps One Whale Titan manual bilge pump to main engine sump One cockpit manual bilge pump Pulpit, pushpit, guardrails with boarding gates Steering in cockpit with autopilot joystick control at internal nav. station Additional teak seats in cockpit Cockpit table Sprayhood Covers for: pilothouse and windows, winches, foredeck, mast cover and sun awning Passerelle stored in lazarette Bathing ladder Dorade vents with stainless steel protectors Shower on swim platform Ensign staff Avon Rover dinghy with 3.3hp Mercury outboard
SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Jackstays Life Sling Life buoy Dan buoy, heaving line Kannad 406 Epirb Flare pack (2000) Eight life jackets with harness Junior life jacket Large child life jacket Five C strobe lights
YANMAR 4LH-THE TURBO-CHARGED 140HP DIESEL Yanmar gearbox Shaft drive to Maxprop from Aquadrive flexible coupling Engine run approx. 1996 hrs to Nov 2013 Serviced October 2012 Cruising speed approx. 8 knots Maximum speed approx 9.5 knots
Lewmar retractable hydraulic bowthruster
The main access for the engine is through the saloon sole
ELECTRICS: Ship s services are 24 volt and all batteries are gel deep cycle Single engine start battery in 12 volt bank of 160 amp hours (1997) Six domestic batteries in 12 volt bank of 200 gives 600 amp hours (1997) All batteries switched and charged by: 12v DC alternator 50amp 24v DC alternator 100 amp Fischer Panda 12kw 220v AC generator (run approx. 1431 hrs to Nov 2013 serviced June 2012) Mastervolt 100 amp battery charger 3500 watt Mastervolt inverter 220v Outlets throughout the yacht Shore power cable
TANKAGE: Fuel capacity 1700 litres in four stainless steel tanks Fresh water capacity 1060 litres in two stainless steel tanks Port and starboard water and fuel tanks are fitted with 40 litremin trim pumps Two stainless steel black holding tanks (forward and aft) with electric pump out and deck pump out facilities
WATER SYSTEM: Jabsco electrical hot and cold pressurised water system 220v engine calorifier Seafresh 60 litre per hour watermaker "
SLOOP RIG Selden triple spreader aluminium keel stepped mast - Awlgripped white Painted boom with halogen in boom lights Riggarna rod rigging Selden hydraulic furling mainsail, yankee and staysail powered by a Lewmar Commander power pack with Selden Furlex Two spinnaker poles stowed at the mast, full spinnaker gear Deck-stowed reaching strut Navtex hydraulic panel to control backstay and vang
WINCHES Two 77STH hydraulic Lewmar primary winches One 50STH hydraulic Lewmar mainsheet winch One 50STH hydraulic Lewmar outhaul winch Two 58STH manual Lewmar runner winches Two 54STH manual Lewmar halyard winches
SAILS Syverson Segal Tri-radial furling mainsail, Spectra (2001) Syverson Segal Tri-radial 135% furling genoa, Spectra (2001) Syverson Segal Tri-radial furling staysail, Spectra (2001) MPS with snuffer Tri-radial spinnaker with snuffer (2000) Genoa , staysail and clew of mainsail fitted with protective strip Genoa and staysail covers
SLEEPS 8 IN THREE DOUBLE AND 2 SINGLE BERTHS comprising: Two large double cabins (forward to port and starboard) One forward crew cabin with berths and storage Upper and lower berth cabin aft of nav. area Owner's stateroom aft 4 x Heads with Vacuflush toilets 3 x showers
OWNER'S STATEROOM: Large centreline double berth Separate seating area En suite heads with shower, Corian surfaces and Kenny washing machine StereoCD
SALOON: Saloon with leather seating area to port Navigation station with steps aft down to galley StereoCD with cockpit speakers Satcon TV and video
GALLEY: Force 10 three burner grill and oven, gas with remote shut-off 4 separate fridgefreezer compartments with 24v air cooled compressors Stainless steel twin sinks Microwave, waste bucket, washerdryer Hella turbo fan Corian work surfaces
Steps down lead to a heads compartment and machine room to port Interior constructed of African mahogany with teak and holly soleboards 2 x Eberspacher DSL central heating units Reverse cycle air conditioning throughout fitted by IMS of Toulon in 2001 Ample storage throughout
African mahogany interior joinery Teak and holly soleboards Balsa cored venner used where appropiate to reduce weight Corian surfaces in heads and galley
This must be almost the ultimate choice for someone looking to do extended short-handed cruising. She is loaded with all the gadgets and toys one would expect. She should be seriously considered by anybody looking for a large fast, easy-to-cruise yacht.