As stunning as the tropical flower with which it shares its name, the Kanter Bougainvillea 63 is a spectacular off-shore, world-cruising yacht. Beyond featuring truly exhilarating sailing speeds, great stability and an unmatched level of comfort, the Bougainvillea 63 is also one of the safest blue-water cruising yachts in the world.
Named the Offshore Cruiser of the Year in 1991, the Bougainvillea 63Âs exceptional performance and cruising comfort are the result of the winged keel as low center of gravity. This allows for a moderate draft as well as superior roll damping, low induced drag and tight pointing angles.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Chuck Paine
LOA: 63 ft 0 in
Beam: 15 ft 6 in
LWL: 55 ft 9 in
Max Draft: 6'8"-7'3" Ballast: 13,400 lbs. lead + water ballast transfer Displacement: 45,000
Total Power: 140
Fuel: 400 gals. in 3 tanks upgraded from 2 tanks Fresh Water: 480 Holding: 30
Long-Term Cruising Designed for long-term, extended cruising in remote areas.
Bali Hai III was designed to be easily handled by two people with halyards and sheets led back through line stoppers in the cockpit to power winches.
There are two freezers and refrigerators, one of which can be used as a vegetable cooler or refrigerator.
There is extensive storage space from a large anchor locker at the bow all the way to a convenient locker on the swim platform for swimming accessories, stern anchor, and such. There is a particularly large lazarette and cockpit locker and a built-in life raft compartment in the cockpit. There are two outboard vented lockers for extra fuel and propane. These lockers store: eight 5-gallon jerry jugs, a 2.25-gallon jerry jug, plus three 6-gallon outboard motor fuel tanks, for a total of 60 gallons of gasoline, as well there are three 20-pound propane bottles, which will last two people for at least 10 months. There is no need to clutter deck space with tied down containers.
There are three fuel tanks holding approximately 400 gallons of diesel.
Nothing has to be stored on deck except the dinghy.
Extra large dorades and hatches improve comfort in the tropics.
It has a carbon fiber mast, spreaders, mast head and bow sprit pole with a cored interior that keep weight down, add to boat speed, and reduce fuel consumption.
There is a freshwater ballast system so that 240 gallons can be pumped from one side to the other in a few minutes using large transfer pumps. This reduces heeling about 5 degrees, contributing to both boat speed and comfort.
Bali Ha’i III was first overall in the 2004 Queen’s Birthday Regatta from New Zealand to Fiji. It was the first mono-hull to be first overall in years.
In our circumnavigation, we had many 200NM plus days. The boat can often sail at sustained speeds over 9.5 to 10 knots with shorter periods in excess of that.
The pilothouse is well-designed for comfort and east of keeping watch on long passages.
It has a large engine room, which makes it easy to service the engine, gen set, water maker and SCUBA compressor.
The engine is a 140 hp Yanmar
There are two dinghy outboard motors: a 25 hp and a 5hp, in good working order
There is a built-in SCUBA compressor
The boat has three working anchors, plus a stern anchor
There is a new Class B AIS, which received and transmits
There is an Interphase forward-and side-looking, dual scan sonar, which works well at reduced boat speeds.
The pilothouse windows and hatches are covered with well-attached sunshades whether hatches are open or closed.
The nav station includes chart plotter; GPS; KVH Gyrotrac; heading, roll and pitch indicator; wind indicator; two autopilots for redundancy; HF and VHF radios.
There is a 4-bladed folding prop, which is more efficient when motoring than a feathering prop.
There is a Four winds wind generator
There is a combination washer/dryer in the galley
There is a built-in microwave and a 3 burner stove with oven
There is a freshwater shower at the stern for use on the swim platform
A passerelle, required for Mediterranean marinas, is included and is stored in the port lazarette.
1 Master Stateroom with Queen Berth and en suite head and shower
1 Guest Stateroom with Queen Berth and adjoining head with sink and shower
There are three additional single berths in addition to the two double cabins. One is in the pilothouse, port side, one is in the salon, port side, and one is starboard of the salon dinette with lee cloths.
Queen size berth
En suite head and separate shower with seat
Queen size berth aft to port with ensuite head - shower
The Galley is U Shaped and has a 3 burner stove with oven, double sink, built in microwave and combination washer / dryer. Refrigeration / Freezer There are two freezers and refrigerators, one of which can be used as a vegetable cooler or refrigerator.
Washer / Dryer Splendide Combomatic 6100
Seaward Stove / Oven (made in California)
Stainless steel double sink
Stainless Steel Freshwater tank 10 gallons with faucet
Freshwater foot pump at galley sink
The refrigerators work on 240, which can be powered by shore power, generator or engine
There are both 240 and 120 volt shore power cables and connections. There is a step-up, step-down transformer so that everything works off either 240 or 120.
The electrical system can be used in the Southern Pacific, Southeast Asia, and the Mediterranean with varied shore power configurations
Westerbeke 7.6 kw, Generator 2283 hrs
Trace inverter 4000 watts
24 Volt system
High output alternator to charge batteries 135 amp
New Mar galvanic isolator
2 Raytheon ST6000+ electric / hydraulic autopilots with fixed controls in pilot house and wireless remote controls at helm, pilothouse and forward chain locker; "A" "B".
Navigational Equipment - At Helm
5” Richie compass
Raytheon Radar/Chart plotter repeater color screen
Raytheon gages multi ST60
Interphase “Look Ahead” and side Sonar
Navigational Equipment - At Pilothouse
2 Raytheon Radar / Chart plotter RL80C, 1 in Pilothouse & 1 at Helm
ICOM DSC VHF
Raytheon “Multi” gauge ST60
Shifter and Engine Throttle and clutch
Navigational Equipment - At Navigation Station (Below Deck)
Engine Room and Mechanical
Walk in Engine Room with sound insulation Yanmar 140 hp Diesel (994 3616 hours, Sept 2010)
Cruisaire Air Conditioning / Heater 2 Units
Water Heater – Raritan 20 gal
Fuel and water tank level indicators
Dive tank compressor
“Dripless” stuffing box
Conventional Direct Drive (not V-Drive)
Fuel capacity approx 400 gallons (3 tanks)
Water capacity approx 400 gallons (2 tanks)
1 Aluminum Holding Tank– Plumbed to aft head; Lectrasun on Forward Head
approx 30 gallons
Stainless Steel Drinking Water Tank, approximately 10 gallons, supplied by water maker
Deck and Hull
Aluminum construction (Type 5083-H321)
2 Watertight bulkheads
Lead Ballast 13,400 lbs + water balast transfer system
Lewmar 66 electric primary winches
Lewmar 48 electric primary winches
New Paint Jan 2007, topside and deck (Thailand)
New Solid Teak Decking in cockpit Jan 2007 (Thailand)
New Headliner Jan 2007, fore cabin, salon and aft cabin (Thailand)
Lewmar primary windlass with approx 250’ HT 3/8” chain and 250’ of ¾ Nylon Rode
88# Delta Anchor HT 3/8” chain with spare Fortess FX 55 anchor
Lewmar Ports and Hatches
Saltwater deck wash-down systems at bow
Hot and cold water shower at swim step
Teak decks in cockpit & swim step
New Rimini Canvass Sept 2010
Dinette / converts to on-watch berth
Removable Windows Aft
over head opening hatches provide excellent ventilation
Nav station seat with chart table electronics + engine controls
Sails and Rigging
GMT Carbon Fiber Mast, Spreaders & mast head 78’ from step to top
Leisure Furl Main Sail Furling System, 786 sq. ft.,
Schaeffer Jib Furler – 123%– 844 sq, ft.
Harken Roller Furler for UPS sail – 1848 sq. ft
Navtec Rod Rigging
Navtec hydraulic back stays
Navtec hydraulic boom vang
Sails and Rigging - North Sails
Dacron Fully Battoned North Mainsail (Sept 2010 like new)
135% Dacron Jib (Sept 2010 like new)
Staysail 10 OZ. Dacron material
Utility Power Sail (UPS) 4 oz Laminate material
ACP asymmetrical cruising spinnaker in sock
5 Bilge Pumps
7 Hella Fans
Cedar Lined Hanging Lockers
Spare Danforth Anchor Fortress and spare
Fortress Stern Anchor
Ocean Air Hatch shades and insect screens
Cherry Interior Throughout
6 Man Life Raft stowed in special cocpit locker
406 satilite EPIRB
2 water tight bulkheads
As stunning as the tropical flower with which it shares its name, the Kanter Bougainvillea 62 is a spectacular off-shore, world-cruising yacht. Beyond featuring truly exhilarating sailing speeds, great stability and an unmatched level of comfort, the Bougainvillea 62 is also one of the safest blue-water cruising yachts in the world.
Named the Offshore Cruiser of the Year in 1991, the Bougainvillea 62’s exceptional performance and cruising comfort are the result of the winged keel’s low center of gravity. This allows for a moderate draft as well as superior roll damping, low induced drag and tight pointing angles.
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.
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