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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Mallorca, Spain
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- EUR 490,000 Tax Paid (US$ 547,869)
For more information and viewing arrangements please contact Hanne Niederbracht at the Palma office.
Please contact at +34 971 719678
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Other
LOA: 64 ft 0 in
Beam: 17 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 8 ft 6 in
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Number of cabins: 3
Built at the Moody facility in Plymouth in 2003 to Bill Dixon design.
The hull is hand laid up glass-reinforced plastic. The laminate is cored sandwich
Structure comprising glass filament mats and polyester resins
The decks are hand laid up in glass fibre
Flat areas of the deck and coach roof are balsa cored for good panel stiffness and to improve insulation
The decks are then finished in solid teak
LOA 63'4 - 19.30m
LWL 54'3 - 16.55m
BEAM 17'4 - 5.33m
DRAFT 8'5 - 2.59m
AIR DRAFT 26.8m
DISPLACEMENT 28.8 tons
Raymarine ST6001 autopilot controlling Whitlock autopilot motor. Control at starboard helm position
Plastimo Olympic 135 steering compass to both helm positions
Raymarine ST60 speed/log, depth, wind speed and direction, MFD in main hatch garage.
Furuno Navnet combined colour radar / chart plotter with 24 (24 mile) radome on mast.
LCD display at chart table and in cockpit.
Displays interfaced to ST60 instrumentation.
Radar /plotter fed to display on aft cabin TV.
NMEA data feed C-Map electronic charts
ICS Nav6plus Navtex at chart table
Furuno dual station VHF
KVH tracphone with Fax and Internet
A Valiant rib 3.80 with a 15hp Tohatsu engine
Yamaha 2hp back up
A hydraulic swim platform
White painted Crane davits
A fixed hard top bimini fitted by the manufacturer at the time of built
A cockpit table fridge
20 LCD flat screen TV, recessing into saloon furniture
Pioneer sound system with cockpit speakers
SLEEPS SIX GUESTS IN THREE CABINS PLUS TWO CREW
Finished in teak the interior is spacious and luxurious as well as being air-conditioned throughout. The upholstery has been completed in cream leather throughout.
In the spacious salon an oval dining table and seating can be found to port and adjacent a large C shaped settee to stb. Plenty of storage has been added below the settee and table seating area adding to the ease of long distance cruising. Forward of here is a large drinks locker with bottle and glass storage as well as an ice maker. Outboard on both sides are storage lockers, the one on the starboard side conceals the flat screen TV and contains the audio / DVD systems.
Masses of headroom and natural light courtesy of Moody’s trademark windows are complimented with good ventilation from dorade vents. Companionway steps of s.steel frame have curved varnished teak treads with inlaid stainless steel wear strips that demonstrate good attention to detail.
The navigation area is located aft of the salon seating area on the port side.
Passing the navigation area, a cupboard lined corridor leads to the owner’s state room with a large centreline double berth with deep drawers below. Twin curved settees either side are matched with curved front lockers above. There is generous hanging space to port and starboard and a large mirror on forward bulkhead conceals the flat screen TV. Excellent light and ventilation from 2 deck hatches and 4 opening portholes.
The en suite has a separate shower stall with hinged door, a wash basin with mirror and a fronted locker above. The Vacuflush electric WC is fresh water supplied.
The guest cabins lie forward of the saloon.
Principal double guest cabin lies forward of the salon to port. A large outboard double berth with storage drawers below receives its light and ventilation from an opening deck hatch. A hanging locker, desk / dressing table and topside locker can be found as well as an en suite head / shower compartment with shower stall and electric head. The cabin also has a flat screen for DVD entertainment.
The twin guest cabin forward of saloon and lying to starboard. has upper and lower berths with storage below. Hanging locker and tall-boy chest of drawers with mirror have been built above a wine storage area.
Finally the crew cabin forward compromises of two bunks split one to port and one to starboard with storage below and a flat screen on the bulkhead. A clothes washer dryer, manual WC and shower can also be found forward.
The galley is located aft and to stb and is equipped with –
Smev steel 4 burner cooker with grill and oven gimbals
Panasonic microwave oven
24v fridge and freezer powered by water cooled compressors.
YANMAR 4 LHA
Turbo charged four-cylinder diesel engine of 240 horsepower reduced by 2.68-1 hydraulic gearbox.
A four bladed varifold propeller on a s.steel shaft
175A main engine alternator
Generator Onan 13.5kW
Air conditioning: Four separate units located in engine room
Sleipner Side power SP220TC 24V bowthruster (thrust 220kg, 15hp) with twin counter rotating propellers operated by joystick at port helm position
FUEL 3000 litres
WATER 684 litres
HOLDING TANK 250 litres
Hot and cold pressurised water throughout
Spectra Newport 1000 watermaker - output approx 120 litres / 26 imp gallons per hour
Hot water by engine calorifier or 220V immersion heater, linked to shore power or generator.
Pressurised fresh water system by Jabsco dual pump with integral air accumulator
24-volt electrical supply
Batteries dedicated to domestic system: 4 x 24V 230Ah
Services, electric winches, Lewmar Commander: 4 x 24V 230Ah
Engine start: 24V 105A (2 x 12V)
Generator start: 1 x 12V
2 x 100A battery chargers
Mastervolt 2.5kW inverter
220/240V AC ring main with sockets
Microcommander engine controls
Lewmar 3000 24V anchor capstan, operated from steering position or by handset
Large delta anchor with stainless steel chain
White powder coated aluminium stepped onto a steel shoe
Triple aft-swept spreaders with rod rigging.
Seldon furlex hydraulic furling for mainsail, yankee, staysail all powered by Lewmar commander 200 power pack
In mast furling mainsail with full length vertical battens. Vectran sailcloth
Navtec hydraulic controlled backstay and boom vang
2 Seldon white powder coated carbon fibre spinnaker poles (stowed vertically against mast)
Stowaway Hood mainsail with full length vertical battens, Vectran sailcloth
Furling Yankee with UV strip
Self tacking Staysail with UV strip protection
All Lewmar as follows
2 x 66CEST primaries
2 x 64CST secondary’s
2 x 30CST mainsheet travellers
1 x 58CEST mainsheet, staysail sheet, clew outhaul and halyard adjustment