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Launched in April 2004, WINDERMERE is the ultimate Cape Horn. Built under the supervision of Peter Sever of the Cape Horn Trawler Corp. and by A.F. Theriault, Windermere is the culmination of all of the Cape Horn modifications including interior layout by renown megayacht designer Jane Plachter-Vogel. This 2nd generation Cape Horn 65 has it all, including azimuthing Z drive, speed nozzle, active fin stabilizers, bow thruster, flybridge, walk-around engine room, full side decks, and loaded with the finest of equipment.
Cape Horn trawlers were built to be the safest luxury yachts and have proven themselves to be worthy of their goals in surviving hurricanes, groundings, and even a rollover in the tsunami in Phuket. "First in Safety, Safety First" is the company motto that has been substantiated.
The original owners lightly cruised New England from 2004 to March of 2009. The current, second, owners are experienced sailors who have done extensive maintenance and upgrades over the last 4 years and enjoyed cruising from Newfoundland to Bahamas. Unfortunately family health issues have necessitated the sale of their beloved yacht and they have returned to the East Coast to expedite a sale.
Winderemere is in excellent condition and offers a unique opportunity for the cruising couple who wants a luxury expedition yacht where safety and redundancies are paramount.
For additional information on this outstanding vessel, call Judy Waldman, the trawler and long-range cruiser specialist, at (954) 895-8844 or email email@example.com. Judy has sold 12 Cape Horn trawlers and will tell you why this one is the finest of the fleet.
Please contact Judy Waldman at (954) 894-8844 cell (954) 895-8844
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Cape Horn
Designer: Marius Lengkeek Engineering
LOA: 65 ft 0 in
Beam: 19 ft 6 in
LWL: 60 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 6 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 0 in
Displacement: 240000 lbs
Launched April 2004, The Cape Horn Trawler Corp. built the ultimate CH 65. Built at the A.F. Theriault yard in Nova Scotia under the direct supervision of Peter Sever, Windermere is the culmination of all of the modifications incorporated in the final and best of the Cape Horn Trawlers. Renown megayacht designer Jane Plachter-Vogel drew accommodation plans to best utilize all interior spaces. With a flybridge, Z-drive, active fin stabilizers, bow thruster, and all available options, Windermere adds a level of comfort and luxury deserving of a vessel that promotes "Safety First, First in Safety."
Accommodations include 3 staterooms, an office, and two heads. Five watertight exterior doors provide access to the living areas. All cabinetry is Canadian Birdseye maple with rounded corners and finely executed by the Cape Horn furniture team. Opening portlights in all cabins. Dimmer light switches throughout. Soles are ceramic tiles or carpeted. Sound insulation beneath all carpeting.
Salon & Dining
Entry to the salon is through the watertight door from the aft deck or forward from the starboard side entrance into the galley. The salon features near panoramic windows, natural, halogen, and LED lighting, and provides for a feeling of warm ambiance combined with elegance and spaciousness. To starboard is an ergonomically designed 7' couch that seats six. The two cocktail tables are a clever design in that in addition to raising and lowering for cocktail or dining height, they can also serve as pedestals for a large dining table (stowed in custom cabinet to port) for 10; or the aft table alone acts as a pedestal for a 36" square card table (also stowable) or informal dining for 4 - 5. To port are two swivel recliners; the port cabinet houses the electronics for the 8 zone music distribution center.
Sony 32" flatscreen TV (2009)
Surround sound system, extensive
Sony DVD/CD player
Yamaha stereo amplifier
Storage for 1000 DVDs
Beneath seating stowage
Stowable card table w/felt & vinyl covers
Watertight door from starboard side into galley. The salon is separated from the galley by the custom designed island. The two level island serves as casual dining for 3, as well as being set up as a separate work station. Picture window above the sink. The 3 bar stools are on unique slides that also provide flexibility for additional seating in the salon. Generous pantry and drawer stowage including drawers for pots and pans. Sole, walls, and backsplashes are ceramic tile with custom tile accents. Red lights for night operation.
(4) Sub-Zero freezer drawers incl. icemaker
GE Spacemaker microwave
GE Advantium oven
Jennair 3 unit modular range air grill:
2 dual burner, 2 grill, & 2 griddle inserts
Custom SS fiddles and pot holders
KitchenAid trash compactor
3 stainless steel sinks
To starboard of the galley island is a separate beverage center with ice maker, wine cellar, and stowage, including a drawer for easy access to bottle storage with deep storage for additional bottles.
Sub-Zero 30 lb/day ice making unit
Sub-Zero 46 bottle wine cellar
Upper cabinet for glasses
Stairs & Companionway
Wide, gentle slope steps to lower foyer with art niche and cabinet for buillt-in central vacuum leads to office and guest staterooms forward and master stateroom aft. Open stainless steel railings on stairs for spacious feeling and recessed hand rails for secure movement with integrated red lighting for night running.
Radio/cell phone charging station
(6) Charging stations for Icom radios
Docking station for Iridium portable satphone
Bookshelf for manuals & guidebooks
Located directly off the stairs open to companionway. Provides large desk and work area.
From the foyer aft is the watertight door between the master and companionway. There is also a solid wood door for aesthetic and sound insulation offering double separation between the master and guest staterooms. The amidships master is oversized with generous liveaboard stowage in drawers, cabinets, hanging lockers, and bookshelves. Convenient 3-way lighting controls with dimmers by door and each side of bed. Also on each side of the bed are controls for the multi-zone stereo system and multi-line phone system.
King size bed, walkaround
Tempur-Pedic mattress topper
Furuno RD-30 depth/speed/wind display
Remote VHF radio
Built-in stereo speakers
Adjustable fresh air vent
Red night lighting
The ensuite master head is large and allows room for a 4' diameter round shower with frameless glass enclosure and bench seat. Instant on hot water circulation and diesel fired unlimited hot water for long rejuvenating showers.
Luxurious vessel sink
FW Tecma over-sized head
Butcherblock maple countertop
Ceramic tile sole
Custom limestone shower tiles w/ gold edging
Red night lighting
Guest Stateroom, Port
Set up as a stateroom with excessive comforts and conveniences and generous liveaboard stowage. A substantial secondary office includes desk, drawers, and workable surface area.
Full size bed w/ TempurPedic topper
Twin bunk, extra long
2-way light controls w/ dimmers
Adjustable fresh air vent
VIP Suite, Forward
The VIP stateroom allows for ensuite capabilities with door access to the guest head. The stateroom is oversized and offers abundant liveaboard stowage.
Queen size bed, walkaround
Tempur-Pedic mattress topper
2-way light controls w/ dimmers
Adjustable fresh air vent
(2) opening portlights
The guest head is accessed from the companionway or from the VIP suite and features an oversized tiled shower with frameless glass enclosure and bench seat.
Full size sink
FW Tecma over-sized head
Red night lighting
Adjustable lighted make-up mirror
Entry to the pilothouse is up 2 steps from the galley/salon or from port or starboard watertight doors or from the flybridge. The pilothouse is every helmsman's dream: Panoramic windows, Stidd captain seats, pilot berth, settee for several guests, and the best of electronics with redundancies.
(2) Stidd 500X helm seats
24v & 12v DC panels
Controls for bilge pump, generators, & watermaker
12v battery & charge system for controls
(5) full-size chart drawers
(3) drawers for tools and misc.
(2) deep drawers for gear
Computer cabinet for dual helm computers & printer
Built-in speakers w/ stereo control
Red night lighting w/dimmer
In addition to the extensive array of electronics and nav equipment, and their redundancies, there is a well designed phone system that includes a Panasonic PBX with stations in all rooms providing access to cell lines, Iridium, shore lines, room to room calling, and paging. Cell phones connect to the ship's phone system via Bluetooth for incoming and outbound calls from anywhere on the ship and connect through an amplified antenna on the mast.
(2) Dell Tower computers for Coastal Explorer 2011 & Nobeltec Admiral Chart Plotter systems
Furuno depth sounder
Furuno sonar CH 250
(2)Furuno RD-30 depth/speed/wind display
Furuno PG1000 rate compass
Furuno SC-50 THD Satellite compass (2010)
ComNav magnetic compass (2010)
Robertson autopilot AP20
Robertson FU50 follow-up steering lever
Robertson RI35 Rudder angle indicator
Robertson fluxgate compass
Robertson RF300 Rudder feedback unit
Robertson Junction Unit J300
Autopilot Pump Engine Driven
Samsung 19" Monitor for radar
Samsung 19" Monitor for charting
Samsung 19" Monitor for surveillance
Helm Motion gyration mouse
Nav Motion gyration mouse
Selectors for back-up nav input to AP
Selector for GPS selection each nav computer
ICOM VHF M-502
ICOM VHF #2 M-602 w hailer
ICOM SSB M802
Thrustmaster position indicator
Computank display system
Airmar Ultrasonic speed sensor
Network Sounder BBFF1
Furuno 525ST-MSD transducer w/speed & temp
Sitex ADF VHF Direction finder
Cell phone antenna: Digital 567CW - 8'
Cell phone amplifier: Digital 4000 DA4000
Cell phone combiner: Digital 4000 DA4100
TV VHF/UHF/FM antenna: Digital 551TV
Weather sensor Wired Boat Co. - CV3FB
Newmar hailer horn 2-way intercom for wheelhouse roof
Hailer/horn 2-way intercom for back deck
Kahlenburg 3 tone air horn
Kahlenburg horn controller
Kahlenburg horn air compressor
(2) Search/spot lights w/cameras
Windshield wiper controls, individ/synch
Plumbed windshield washers
Wesmar gyro stabilizer control
Delta T Engine room ventilation control
(2) Maxwell 4500 chain counter/controllers
High water alarm
Morad 5' VHF antenna
VHF ANTENNA #2: 18'
Morad 28' SSB antenna
Antenna Tuner AT140 for SSB M802
VHF Antenna Mount
SSB Antenna Mount Bracket
Lorex camera multiplexor: engine room, cockpit, & (2) spotlights
EBIRP w/hydrostatic release on boat rail
EBIRP for manual activation in ditch bag
Weems & Plath 7" brass clock
Weems & Plath 7" brass barometer
Dedicated battery and charging system for pilothouse 12v systems located high above potential flooding areas. Independent starting batteries for the engine and each generator for ultimate redundancy. Inverters handle full ship's load excluding air conditioning, watermaker, and range.
Onan 17 kW 120/240vac 60hz
Onan 11 kW 120/240vac 60hz
(2) Trace 4kW pure sine inverter/charger
(10) AGM 8D marine house batteries
(4) AGM G/S start batteries
(2) AGM 8 D Cummins start batteries (new 2012)
AGM electronics battery
Isoboost isolation transformer
Glendinning Cable Master
100 ft shore power cable
The utility room provides a large work area for housing equipment and provides a separation between the staterooms and the engine room. A watertight door to the engine room has a view port.
Bauer scuba compressor
Tool air compressor
Workbench w/ sink and vise
Main AC & DC panels
Link battery monitor
Fuel shut offs
Built-in fire suppression system w/ pull trigger
Standing room access in air conditioned walkaround engine room. Watertight door between engine room and utility room. Cape Horn's philosophy of redunadancies are exemplified in many engine room applications. Exceptional features such as (3) Hydraulic Systems: (1) for bow thruster, windlass, and stabilizers (2) system for Z drive with idle engine speed booster. The air conditioning system is comprised of redundant Marine Air 3 ton chiller units which are operable together or independently. Keel cooling on main engine. Fuel plumbing is 316 stainless steel.
(2) electric/ hydraulic motors for autopilot/helm steering & crane (2010)
FCI Watermaker 1500 gpd (new membranes, pump, motor 2010)
Marine Air 3+3 ton split unit, 7 air handlers
Independent Engine Room air conditioning
Hurricane diesel furnace (2010)
Isotherm diesel/electric water heater (2010)
Environmental Marine Type II MSD sanitation system
(4) Perfect filter 26 gph fuel polishing filters
Spinner II oil cleaning centrifuge 120gph for Cummins (2010)
(2) Globe fuel transfer pumps, plumbed for redundancy
Racor 8570C Duplex final stage filters
X-Change-R oil change pump plumbed to main eng, 2 gensets, transmission
(2) Sea Chest sea water intakes
Water Lift muffler exhaust (s/s water jacketed section 2009)
Silex exhaust blanket wrap
Delta T ventilation system
Kidde FM200 fire extinguisher system
120 gpm emergency bilge pump
(4) Rule 3800 gpm bilge pumps
(2) Macerator pumps
(2) MSD holding tank pumps w/ y-valve
(2) Gray water pumps w/ y-valve
Duplex Plunger 2 gpm fresh water pressure system, plumbed for redundancy
Isotemp hot water tank w/ back-up elect heater
Hot water constant circulation
Internally baffled fuel tanks w/clean-out access hatch in cabin sole. Computank display system; Floscan system. Fuel consumption is 9 gallons per hour at 7 to 7.5 knots @ 1200rpm + generator; long distance efficiency fuel consumption is 4.2 gph at 6.3 knots @ 1000rpm. All below waterline drains and condensate lines plumbed to closed gray water tank with automatic pump. No drainage into the bilge to keep bilges dry (excl. aft deck hatch).
Fuel day tanks - two day tanks in utility room double hull
Total fuel = over 5600 in 6 tanks
Fresh water - 544 gal in two tanks in double hull
Gray water - 100 gal
Holding tanks - >200 gal treated water holding tank for output of Environmental Marine 1200 Type II MSD
Lube oil - 120 US gal each of fresh and used lube oil
Flybridge access is by way of full stairs through a watertight door from the pilothouse to the sundeck and full stairs from the sundeck to the flybridge. Huge 27'x19' sun deck for parties and lounging in the sun. In 2009 the stainless steel railings were reinforced and custom crane and dinghy were added.
Yamaha 4-stroke 50 hp electric start outboard engine (2010)
15.5' Zodiac center console 9 man Pro tender (2010)
The aft deck is a convenient area for alfresco dining or lounging. It provides spiral stairs to the swim platform. The swim platform has five railing staples and removable swim ladder with storage brackets and hot/cold shower in recessed cabinet in addition to large storage locker and flood lights.
Teak table & chairs to seat 10
Cover for table (2009)
Built-in stereo speakers w/ remote control
Watertight hatch to engine room via sloped stair
Lifesling MOB system w/ recovery stations at P & S boarding gates
MarineDeck 2000 by Marquipt on fore, side, and aft decks.
High pressure washdown system, 4 gpm @1,100 psi FW w/ spray wands on FB, Portuguese bridge, & aft deck
Flood lights on fore deck, sun deck, swim platform, and FB
Built to meet or exceed ABS Commercial Rules at the A.F. Theriault yard in Nova Scotia under the supervision of Peter Sever, Arthur Theriault, and Graham Oakley. Interior watertight doors are between engine room and utility room and between master stateroom to lower hall. There are also two watertight bilge sections and a watertight bulkhead between the forward stateroom and the bow section (about 6' of the bow). All 5 exterior doors are watertight (salon, galley, pilot house port and starboard, pilot house to boat deck). Also water tight hatches to the bow locker, engine room from the aft deck and three into the bilges; 4 watertight compartments above watertight double hull. 5/16" plate below waterline; 3" x 18" keel plate;. All exterior glass rated for inverted water pressure (1/2" min). Self-righting capabilities. Closed cell R17 no condensation, fire proof blown insulation.
New bottom paint Sept. 2012; in 2009, bottom was taken down to bare metal and built up with new primers.
Ball valves 316 SS
Thru-hulls 316 SS
Bollards 316 SS, hull welded
Divided 304 SS chain locker
10' x 15' aft deck
27' x 19' top deck
Swim platform w/ladder
Current owners have spent approximately $350,000 in upgrades not including regular maintenance since purchase:
Old paint removed to bare steel hull and built back up again with new primers and bottom paint from water line down in 2009. New bottom paint 2012.
New Hurricane diesel furnace and Isotherm diesel / electric water heater
New membranes, pump, motor, and circuit board for FCI Max Q water maker
reinforced upper boat deck ss railings
(2) plastic Kayaks
15.5' center console Zodiac 9 Man Pro tender with 50 hp electric start 4 stroke Yamaha outboard
cradle for 10.3' Achilles RIB dinghy (note: owner no longer has dinghy)
Black Starboard outboard bracket for small outboards stored on the aft upper boat deck
Custom made ss fiddles and pot holders for Jenn-Air glass cook top installed.
10 new 8D house, four new G/S start, one new electronics batteries, and 2 AGM 8Ds for the Cummins engine (Sept. 2012); all AGM types
New anchor snubber block and lines New Sony 32" flat screen TV / movie monitor and cover New removable card table with felt and vinyl covers in saloon New vinyl cover for aft cockpit Teak dining table
Z-drive serviced, new oil, new rings 9/2012
Art Ships bell Personal items Name "Windermere" reserved
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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