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Palma de Mallorca, Spain
EUR 850,000 Tax Paid (US$ 1,173,170)
AGLAIA, with the comfort of a Jongert and the speed of a Swan, is the result of a large amount of R&D on the part of her very experienced owner, and collaboration between Rob Humphreys, Goss Challenges and Hamble Yacht Services. The aim was to construct a safe, fast, comfortable cruising yacht using the very best of modern technology. She is being offered in sparkling condition and combines the best of new technology with solid hand-crafted finishing.
U.S. DUTY PAID.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Hamble Yacht Services
Designer: Rob Humphreys
Flag of Registry: Barbados
LOA: 77 ft 0 in
Beam: 20 ft 1 in
Maximum Draft: 9 ft 5 in
Fresh Water Tanks: (396 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (687 Gallons)
Displacement: 56 tons
Total Power: 160 Cruising Speed: 9 Max Speed: 12
There are two entries to the interior: one from the aft helm cockpit to the crew quarters, galley and engine room and one from the center cockpit that goes into the raised salon.
Beginning aft, to port is a captain’s cabin with double bed, hanging locker, drawers and opening port. Next forward is a crew head with toilet, sink and Euro-shower. Next forward on port side is entry to the stand-up engine room. A work bench with full standing room is an engineer’s heaven. Inboard there is access from the galley to right side of the engine.
To starboard of the aft companionway, a door leads through to the aft lazarette. In this area the crew mess, a bonus for this size yacht, easily seats 3 and up to 4 people. A solid third bunk with proper mattress is high above the table giving plenty of room for people sitting at the table. The galley continues forward along the starboard side. It has various special features: A 4 burner electric Miele stove top above an oven which serves as a regular oven, convection or microwave oven. At the double sink, in addition to the regular spigot, is an “instant hot water” tap, a manual freshwater pump and covers for the sinks. Four freezer/fridges along one wall, one extra day fridge and a refrigerated “cool box” for vegetables.
Up two steps brings you to the raised salon. A high counter transitions between the galley and salon. Forward of the bar area on starboard is a large navigation/desk area. To port a large teak table can be adjusted to dining or cocktail table height. U-shaped settee and chairs seat 8 comfortably.
Forward of the salon are the owner/guest quarters. To port the guest stateroom features over/under staggered beds with hanging locker, bureau, drawers beneath the beds. An ensuite head featuring fresh water toilet, stall shower, sink with Corian-type counters and mirror flanked by vanity lights. This also serves as a day head thanks to a door directly from the passageway.
To starboard is the VIP guest room with double bed outboard, vanity desk with stool inboard, hanging locker, drawers beneath the bed and plenty of other storage. Ensuite bath is similar to the port guest head.
The master stateroom is full-width forward. A queen bed takes center stage while outboard fiddled shelves and cabinets above provide storage. To port is a full length hanging locker; to starboard is the ensuite head with fresh water toilet, stall shower, sink with counter, mirror and vanity lights.
The interior is a lovely, rich, American cherry, floors are wide plank wood, while bathroom floors are teak and holly. There are many versions of lighting to produce various ambient moods as well lighting for specific tasks. Hatches have electric mosquito and black-out screens as well as electric stainless steel bars which extend to cover the opening of the hatches for added safety. Ventilation includes air-conditioning, DC fans and opening hatches and ports.
On deck, an opening transom gives easy access to deck and water. The aft helm cockpit has two wheels, all the winches for sail handling and a companionway to the crew quarters aft, a definite safety and “flow” asset. Directly forward of the helm cockpit is a separate “social cockpit.” It is a deep cockpit with a high back to the settee. This makes for an extremely safe, protective cockpit. The large center table with leaves also has a built-in fridge for drinks. Forward to port is another steering station (by autopilot) under the hard dodger. The hard roof extends over about half the cockpit. Through an extended awning and drop curtains this area can be completely enclosed for inclement weather. A mid companionway forward leads to the salon.
Security bars on overhead hatches in all cabins operated by remote control switches to open and close. These switches also incorporate controls for mosquito nets and black-out blinds.
Galley and Laundry
The galley has been fully equipped with cookware, crockery and cutlery for 8 covers complete with stainless steel storage canisters recessed into the work surfaces.
The refrigeration system utilizes dual circuit stainless steel hold-over plates cooled by compressors via generator and inverter 2 x 350 liter refrigerator 3 x Deep freezers 1 x 3-drawer vegetable chiller Fridges and freezers all either AC/DC and water cooled system U-Line icemaker installed in saloon. Fridge in central cockpit Miele electric oven and Halogen 4 burner hob Stainless steel extraction canopy Quooker (outlet at galley sink) supplies instant boiling water (for hot drinks etc.) Russell Hobbs toaster Avonite galley work tops Miele washing machine, installed in lazarette area by the crew accommodation.
Electronics and Navigation
B&G Hydra 2000 240-PK-2 with standard transducers and MHU with main processor and 1 FFD Centre cockpit B&G 6 x Additional FFD's FFD Positions: 1 @ Port Helm 1 @ Starboard Helm 1 @ Centre Cockpit 1 @ Communications Area 1 @ Forward Cabin1 @ Starboard Cabin 1 @ Crew Cabin B&G Hydra Pilot ACP2 240-PK-ACP 2 - aft cockpit plus a remote unit for hydra pilot - centre cockpit B&G Halcyon gyro-stabilised compass 24/12 v Converter for Hydra system Furuno 10" Colour radar/plotter M1833C 4KW dome - Centre cockpit Furuno GP31 GPS - Centre cockpit Furuno GP-31OB Network 12 Channel GPS sensor Yeoman GPS navigator - Centre cockpit Furuno VHF 12v radio telephone - FM 2721 - Centre cockpit Furuno FM2721 Second station – Crew Furuno 24/12v converter for FM2721 Waterproof extension speaker for VHF - Aft cockpit Iridium phone system (complete with antenna, cable and data suite -mainly used to receive and send emails) Discrete aerial SSB Icom IC710RT 24v with ATU - Coms area Giant Dynaplate Note: Backstay insulated for aerial R & R Pacific aerial R & R GPSS mount base Hammerhead tablet PC w/MacSea integration
3 x JVC CD's/tuner KDS711R 3 x 12v Converters 3 x Pairs of internal speakers- Fwd cabin 1 x Pair external speakers - (aft cockpit link to crew stereo) - Stbd cabin 1 x Panasonic TXG10 23cm color multi system Crew 12/24 v Operation (dims 281w x 272h x 309d mm) 1 Orion VP-R video cassette 12v AC operation Saloon: 1 x Sony STRDB870BL amplifier 1 x Sony MXD040 CD/MD Combination deck 1 x Sony NS300 DVD player 1 x JVC HROD 857 multi video 1 x Bose Accoustimass 6 speaker system 1 x sharp 20" LC20VM2E LCD widescreen monitor Center cockpit: 1 x Pair Bose 131 external speakers 1 x Volume control panel for speaker system
Engine and Mechanical Equipment
Cummins 6C8 3M 6-cylinder naturally aspirated 160hp diesel engine (5,000 hours 7-7-2008) 5,000 hour service routine performed at 4,500 hours. Twin disc MG-5050A gearbox with a 2.04:1 reduction. Max Prop 3 blade feathering propeller. Stainless steel shaft incorporating Aquadrive 20480 flexible coupling. Morse cable engine controls in aft cockpit, together with engine instrumentation. Dry type exhaust for both engine and generator. Retractable swing Lewmar 300 20hp hydraulic bow thruster with PTO from the main engine (and with load sensing pump) Bilge: manifold with discharge via: Engine driven Jabsco pump Electric bronze centrifugal F.P. pump Manual Whale gushers 25 pump. (3) Guest heads: super flush 2002 24v with freshwater flush Crew heads: manual back-up Sewage manifold with discharge via an AC pump with time delay switch (Spare DC pump for back-up) Pressurized fresh water by twin 24v centrifugal pumps pressure vessel. Galley tap supply via carbon filter, with back-up foot pump. Sigma 180 liter stainless steel calorifier with 2.5kw heater and via engine heat exchanger. Tacotherm automatic tempering valve to blend hot and cold water prior to distribution. Water maker: HRO model 1160-2, capable of 150/180 liters per hour. Marine Air air conditioning and reverse - cycle heating throughout. 2 units in the saloon 1 in each cabin 1 in the crew area
2 x Fuel tanks, holding in total 687 U.S. gallons ( 2,600 liters ) 2 x Water tanks, holding in total 396 U.S. gallons ( 1,500 liters ) 2 x Grey water tanks, holding in total 132 U.S. gallons ( 500 liters ) 1 x Black water tank, holding 79 U.S. gallons ( 300 liters ) 1 x Day fuel tank, holding 20 U.S. gallons ( 75 liters )
All tanks are of composite construction and are integral to the hull. They have been coated to prevent contamination and they all have inspection hatches. All tanks are positioned close to the centerline.
Whitlock Mamba torque tube steering Twin stainless steel elk hide-covered wheels in aft cockpit with steering brake system Twin custom-made composite pedestals, each with a 5-inch steering compass Aluminum tiller arm and stock Workbench in engine room with vice and tool stowage adjacent Lazarette-good stowage plus stainless steel rails for ropes, etc Ring main hydraulics with 4kw D.C motor pump and reservoir, using remote valve blocks 4 functions: primary winches, anchor windlass plus one spare
Engineering, materials and quality control from SP Technologies. Hull, deck and superstructure in closed cell foam core epoxy composites with pre-impregnated laminates of glass and Kevlar, incorporating carbon fiber in load areas. 4 x Separate watertight zones. Semi-balanced spade rudder with protective partial skeg. Lightweight carbon fiber opening stern door/swim platform which is operated hydraulically with deck controls and remote control switch Centre cockpit with pilotage area incorporating twin seats to port. Console to port for electronics. Chart table to port. Large guest cockpit area seating 10 adults. Aft cockpit-twin helms plus sail handling controls. Teak laid decking on main deck, superstructure top and in both cockpits, to a thickness of 15mm. Acoustic and thermal hull insulation. High performance lead impregnated rubber insulated engine room. Awlgrip paint system above and below the waterline. High quality 2 component paint and varnish to Ken Freivokh design and specification . Engine room floor in anodised aluminum non-slip plate. Lazarette with non-slip Treadmaster flooring. High quality interior joinery work, in cherry and teak.
AGLAIA meets all relevant requirements of the Recreational Craft Directive and other associated directives. At the time of construction she was modified to comply with the current ABS requirements including: a) Longitudinal stringers port and starboard running the whole length of the hull b) A partial bulkhead forward of the main saloon c) A ring frame in the area of Station 3
Kohler 18kw Generator with sound shield (6,000 hours 7-7-2008) All maintenance-free gel type batteries. Service batteries: 1,580 amp/hr @ 24volt. Engine batteries: 180 amp/hr @ 24 volt (2007) Generator batteries: 180 amp/hr @ 12 volt (2007) Victron inverter 24/3000 3kw. B Ticino switches and sockets. Extensive use of halogen lighting throughout.
Victron Ivet 13 KVA isolation transformer and 15 meters of Hubbel cable plus water proof plug and connection. This will take any current, any frequency from the dock connection and convert to boat needs.
It is possible to charge from either the generator or 220v shore power with: 3 x Victron 24-100 single phase 100 amp chargers (incorporating battery temperature sensors), or – 1 x 135 amp alternator driven from main engine
Sails and Rigging
Hood aluminum 3 spreader mast and Hood Smart boom - spars Awlgrip painted in white. Reckmann hydraulic genoa furler. Reckmann line-furl staysail unit. Navtec discontinuous rod rigging, bottle screws. Additional inner headsail track on port and starboard for close hauled sailing with blade type jib 2 Antal pin-stop adjustable halyard tensioners Riggarna plastic-covered Kevlar runners, with lightweight blocks Navtec hydraulic mainsail outhaul vang and backstay adjusters, controlled from central panel in aft cockpit. 2 x Carbon spinnaker poles and associated equipment - sheets, guys, halyards and blocks, (poles stored on the mast). New sheets (2008) including: Main Jib Staysail Traveler Reefing lines
Winches All winches are in stainless steel, and have recently been serviced. 2 Lewmar 88 3/SHST 3 speed Primary Hydraulic self-tailing 2 Lewmar 77 3/CST 3 speed Secondary & runners Manual self-tailing 1 Lewmar 66 CST 3 speed Mainsheet Hydraulic self-tailing 1 Lewmar 62 CST Traveller Manual self-tailing 2 Lewmar 66 CST 3 speed Mast halyard main & reefing Hydraulic self-tailing 2 Lewmar 66 CST Spi control Manual self-tailing
AGLAIA comes equipped with a considerable stock of spares suitable for a world cruise.
9 x Opening Lewmar deck hatches Large custom fore hatch to sail locker 2 x Extra opening Lewmar centre cockpit roof hatches Tracks, blocks, travellers and cars from Lewmar Ocean range in anodized aluminum Custom stainless steel pulpit and stern rail Custom stainless steel extending centre cockpit roof grab rail forming cockpit canopy frame 8 x S/steel custom made mooring cleats 8 x Custom-made stainless steel fairleads (inc. 2 x doubles at stern)
Teak folding cockpit table with integral fridge Swim ladder and forepeak ladder and side ladder Berenzoni electrically operated 3 meter passarelle Hot and cold water deck shower (in lazarette) at platform 1 x 66kg CQR anchor with 100m x 14mm galvanized chain 1 x 40kg Delta anchor with 100m x 20mm multi-plait rope + Fortress anchor Lewmar 3500 hydraulic windlass, w/reverse facility plus up/down deck switches & remote control Salt water anchor wash 8 x Fenders (tubular type approx 800 x 300 mm ) Dock lines - 24mm. 2x 25 m: 4 x 15m 1 Bauer compressor + 4 tanks and 3 sets of diving equipment 2 Zodiac inflatable dinghies plus outboard engines, both 4 cylinder, 25hp Yamaha
2 x 6-Man Autoflug ALK2000 life rafts (vacuum packed) 6 x 1kg Dry powder type fire extinguishers (in accommodation) 1 x 3kg CO2 type fire extinguisher in engine room EPIRB 2 x JonBuoy 2 x Porthole storm shutters Kahlenburg single trumpet foghorn with compressor and high volume accumulator
A full set of construction and systems drawings are available and are kept aboard.
Yard warranty was finished and approved January 2004 in New Zealand after a 4 month refit at Orams Yard in Auckland. Further improvements and cosmetic works were undertaken in Cape Town 2004 and back at her builders in the UK in 2005.
AGLAIA is the result of a large amount of R&D on the part of her very experienced owner, and collaboration between Rob Humphreys, Goss Challenges and Hamble Yacht Services. The aim was to construct a safe, fast, comfortable cruising yacht using the very best of modern technology. This aim has been achieved.
The safety and comfort features of a deep, high-backed center cockpit plus a helm cockpit, 3 steering stations, one protected with excellent visibility; a closing transom eliminating access when desired, a walk-in, stand up engine room, and electrically controlled stainless steel hatch bars were answers to the design brief. Comfort and flexibility were further established through the interior, one of the few yachts this size with 3 staterooms for owners and guests forward with an option to have crew aft in quarters which include a dinette area serving as crew mess. Constructed in glass composite, AGLAIA offers exactly what the original owner wanted —“the comfort of a Jongert and the performance of Swan.”
In September 2005 AGLAIA completed a voyage which had taken her from the UK to the Caribbean, then to Auckland, New Zealand via Panama and across the Pacific. From there she went to the Barrier Reef, Darwin, Cape Town South Africa, Horta and back to the UK. During all this time she has been superbly maintained and refitted as necessary. This yacht has been sailed many miles by her husband and wife owners alone (no crew) and is very easily handled. Yet when desired she can also accommodate 6 guests plus two crew in superb comfort.
She is being offered in sparkling condition and combines the best of new technology with solid hand-crafted finishing. She is available for immediate delivery.
Not for sale to U.S. residents while in U.S. waters.
Owner’s personal effects. Any items not specifically shown on this listing.
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: 866-428-7005Tel: 954-522-3344