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CHIMERA was designed and built to accommodate her current (and original) owners’ plans to live aboard for extended periods and safely cruise remote areas of the world in comfort and style. The Ted Hood Design Group created a handsome and powerful yacht with a versatile and roomy interior layout usually found on much larger yachts. Her sweeping decks and warm, inviting interior will appeal to any discriminating yachtsman.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Alloy Yachts
Designer: Ted Hood Design Group
Flag of Registry: Cayman Islands
LOA: 102 ft 4 in
Beam: 26 ft 0 in
LWL: 73 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 10 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 10 ft 9 in
Displacement: 271169 lbs
Ballast: 78365 lbs
Fresh Water Tanks: (940 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (2700 Gallons)
Number of cabins: 6
Number of heads: 5
Total Liferaft Capacity: 16
As one comes aboard CHIMERA from the rear dinghy/swim platform, one cannot help but be impressed by her clean, elegant lines. Her flush aft decks lead forward each side to convenient side-entry points to the spacious covered cockpit area and separate helm cockpit. To port in the main cockpit is U-shaped seating with an expandable varnished teak dining table supplemented by two folding dining chairs inboard to accommodate 6-8 for dining. To starboard is an L-settee, removable coffee table and wet bar with both front-opening and top-opening drink fridges. The cockpit is protected by a permanent bimini with built-in lighting, dodger and removable enclosures all around. Flush stainless deck hatches, under-deck anchor systems and hidden sheet leads all help to create a clean, uncluttered deck. A large lazarette aft, multiple side deck lockers and deep forepeak provide tremendous storage capability.
CHIMERA sleeps eight in four owner and guest cabins aft, plus two ensuite crew cabins forward. The craftsmen at Alloy Yachts have proven their mettle with the beautiful interior highlighted by traditional varnished cherry joinerwork accented by fabric panels. Cabin soles are solid varnished maple with teak inlays in upper and lower salons, aft passageway and toilets, with fitted carpet in the aft cabins. Painted white grooved hull ceilings throughout and overhead in upper salon, with fabric overheads elsewhere. Tasteful fabrics and multiple lighting options with dimmers add to the interior ambience.
Pilothouse/ Upper Salon
The spacious pilothouse, accessed from the main cockpit via a wide companionway, offers incredible panoramic views in all directions and is a very comfortable area to spend time when cruising in inclement weather. A large dining area is to port with an expandable table and three large removable chairs that add seating capacity inboard. To starboard is a complete navigation and piloting station with multiple screens, communication equipment and other monitor screens to safely operate the vessel. An L-settee is aft to starboard, with two large chart drawers and a wet locker also provided.
Forward and down a few steps from the pilothouse is the main salon, which is open to above. Comfortable lounge seating is to port with a flat screen TV forward that drops down and opens up to the galley for casual serving or breakfast at the counter using two bar stools. To starboard is an additional L-settee aft and fully equipped bar forward with wine cooler, icemaker and sink, along with two leather bar stools. Numerous end tables and lockers provide exceptional customized storage for glasses, dinnerware and other items. A passageway leads aft and down a few steps to the guest accommodations.
Port Guest Cabin
The port guest cabin features twin berths with night table and full entertainment system access. There are numerous drawers, lockers and a large hanging locker for extended stays. A private toilet and shower is forward and, typical of all cabins, features a Corian vanity, electric toilet, heated towel bars, mirrors, multiple lighting options and separate stall shower.
Secondary Starboard Guest Cabin
Opposite the port guest cabin is a smaller cabin to starboard that features a double berth, small desk, hanging locker and complete entertainment access. This cabin shares the toilet and shower with the primary starboard guest cabin and is great for use by a nanny, additional guest or extra crew.
Primary Starboard Guest Cabin
The starboard guest cabin is identical to the port cabin, with the exception that a Pullman berth drops down from the overhead when needed. The toilet and shower, shared with nanny cabin, is larger and can also be accessed from the passageway to facilitate use as a day head.
The passageway continues aft to the owner’s suite which is truly magnificent for a yacht this size. A queen-sized berth is flanked by night stands each side with a large L-settee forward and a spacious vanity with seat to starboard. There is a large double hanging locker on each side of the stateroom and a private companionway leading to the aft deck. There is a large flat screen TV and fully independent entertainment system. The toilet area is quite large, with an oversized shower stall and twin sink vanities on each side.
Galley/ Crew Mess
Forward of the main salon is the galley area featuring a functional U-shaped design with generous countertops and storage lockers and the option of opening the bulkhead up to the lower salon. Vertical Sub-Zero refrigerator with twin drawers below and twin sub-sole freezer compartments with 18 cu. ft. of storage. There are also many large areas below the sole for storage of long-term supplies and provisions. To starboard is the crew mess with comfortable seating for four and access to all ship’s monitoring and entertainment equipment, as well as a laundry area aft. Two large hatches and two opening portholes provide excellent natural light and ventilation. In addition there is a large hatch for access directly to the foredeck.
Twin stainless steel sinks with Corian countertops and fiddles
Miele 3-burner gas cooktop and oven with overhead exhaust hood
Miele 2-burner electric cooktop (2013)
Miele microwave/convention oven
Miele dishwasher (2013)
Sub-Zero 700 Series stand-up refrigerator with twin drawers below
U-Line small service refrigerator
Sub-sole freezer compartments (18 cu.ft. total)
Broan trash compactor (2013)
Hydrotop instant hot water
Microlene water purifier
Aquapro ultraviolet water sterilizer
Xintex propane snifter/control panel
Miele washer/dryer (2013)
Further forward to port is the captain’s captain with full-sized double and a single berth above for storage and flexibility. Extensive storage includes ten drawers, several lockers and a hanging locker, with a small desk inboard and a flat screen TV with full access to entertainment system. A large hatch and opening porthole add to the overall comfort. A private toilet area is forward, equipped similarly to the guest cabins, with a shower stall shared with the crew cabin.
The crew cabin is to starboard with upper and lower berths, multiple storage areas and TV with entertainment system access. A private toilet area is forward.
Electronics and Navigation Equipment
B&G Hydra 2000 sailing instruments with multi displays at helm, cockpit, mast, nav station, owner’s cabin, crew mess, captain’s cabin and crew cabin
(2) Each B&G 20/20 displays and analog wind at helm, (2) 20/20 displays in cockpit and one analog at nav station
Robertson AP-45 autopilot with remote at helm
Furuno 96-mile radar
Navi-Sailor electronic charting system
(2) Phillips 19” color displays at nav station for radar and chart plotting
(1) Raymarine 12” waterproof display at helm for radar/chart plotting
Furuno GP-31 GPS
Furuno RD-30 depth/water temp. display
Furuno FS 1562-15 SSB radio
Furuno DSC-6A watch receiver
Skanti VHF at nav station and crew mess
(4) ICOM hand-held VHFs
Iridium sat phone system
Panasonic phone/intercom system with handsets throughout
Remote camera at masthead to monitor any direction and angle
Yokogawa gyro compass for nav software, instruments and autopilot
Sestrel compass at helm
SeaTel satellite TV system
Synology DiskStation DS1511 media server (2011)
Xantech keypad controls in all cabins, salon, pilothouse and cockpit, to access all TV channels and CD/DVD library
NEC 41” up/down flat screen TV in main salon
Sony amplifier, CD/DVD player and JVC VCR in main salon
Sony 31” flat screen TV in owner’s cabin with additional set of amplifier, CD/DVD player and VCR
Sharp flat screen TVs in all guest cabins, crew cabins and crew mess
(1) 17” screen in cockpit for navigation displays or entertainment
400 volt/50 Hz three-phase and 230 volt/50Hz single-phase AC system
24 volt DC system
Twin Northern Lights MP445D 33 Kw generators with split wet and dry exhaust (6,700 hours since major rebuild, 2009; total 26,700 hours each) New sound shields (2013)
Sonnenschien dry-cell ship’s batteries, 2,000 amp hours total (new 2013)
Separate 8d batteries for engine and generators start
Atlas shore power manager with frequency/voltage converter (fully serviced, updated and painted 2013)
Aluminum hull and deck construction with (4) watertight bulkheads - aft of forepeak, forward/aft of engine room and forward of lazarette
Awlgripped blue topsides with gold cove stripe, double white boot stripes and black bottom
Awlgripped off-white superstructure and mast/boom (bulwarks repainted 2013)
Laid teak side decks, cabin tops and cockpit sole
Twin Simpson Lawrence V-6000 hydraulic anchor windlasses with direct feed to separate chain lockers aft of forepeak and hand-held controls and chain counters. Both windlasses fully serviced and re-chromed (2013)
Twin 135 kg stainless plow anchors, each with 110 m of 16 mm chain
Fortress stern anchor
(12) Flush stainless deck hatches
(14) Stainless opening hull portholes
All Harken stainless deck blocks and tracks
Bow, stern and twin mid-ship spring line chocks and cleats each side
Hydraulic drop-down transom steps and swim platform with rails, swim ladder and hot/cold shower
Voluminous stern lazarette with hydraulic lift hatch and workbench, small refrigerator/freezer and multiple storage shelves. This area, along with the forepeak and windlass lockers, was repainted in 2013.
Folding passerelle with rails, stored in lazarette
Stainless steel boarding ladder with extension
Multiple side deck storage lockers, including one each for LPG and outboard motor gas, vented separately
Custom varnished teak/stainless fighting chair on aft deck
Gemini 5.5 m RIB with Yamaha 100 hp 4-stroke outboard and VHF depth, stereo, safety and fishing gear (stored on foredeck chocks when offshore), and cover (new 2013)
Zodiac crew dinghy with Yamaha 15 hp outboard
Spare 8 hp outboard in lazarette
Low-profile dodger (new, late 2013)
Cockpit bimini with rugged stainless steel frame, built-in lights and removable enclosures (new, late 2013)
Full-width deck awning from mast to backstays, for use at anchor for extended periods
(2) Windshield wipers with washers for pilothouse
Stainless BBQ, fitted to swim platform rail
(6) SCUBA tanks and related dive gear
Multiple fishing rods and related gear
(2) Underwater scooters
(2) Seafarer 8-man life rafts in valises
(2) Fully-equipped grab bags
(2) Jonbuoy man overboard modules
(1) Horseshoe life ring with strobe
(2) EPIRBs – (1) in pushpit, (1) in grab bag
Complete flare kits
Extensive first aid supplies in multiple canisters
(12) Inflatable PFDs with tethers and strobes
CHIMERA has served her owners well, having fulfilled their dreams of exploring most of the world by water. She has methodically travelled throughout the northern and southern Pacific, including Australia, Micronesia, Japan, Alaska and the U.S. west coast and down through the Galapagos and around Cape Horn, continuing around the entire Atlantic basin, circumnavigating the U.K. and much of the Mediterranean.
CHIMERA has proven to be a perfect design for extended cruising in all climates, offering all the comforts of home for up to six additional guests. Her overall construction quality and engineering detail are second to none. She has never been chartered and has benefitted from continual upgrades and proactive maintenance. A detailed list of extensive work, completed in 2013, is available upon request.
(2) Japanese knives
Cane handle cutlery
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 888-877-1693Tel: (401) 683-6070 Office