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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Fort Lauderdale, FL
- Hull Material:
- Last Listed Price:
- US$ 279,000
The Schionning 13.5 is a super high performance catamaran that is meant for a real discerning yachtsman. With her sleek lines and daggerboards, she will reach speeds that many modern production boats can only imagine.
With one owner since new and no charter history, Milocura is a unique opportunity to own an extremely well cared for, high performance yacht at a very attractive price. Call us today for more information!
Not for sale to U.S. residents in U.S. waters.
Contact - Alexis de Boucaud
The Multihull Company Florida Office
Located at the Ft. Lauderdale Marine Center
250 SE 2nd St. #1530
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33315
Please contact Alexis de Boucaud
350 2nd Street#1530
at 484-744-2740 Fax: +1 954 200 6150
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
DIMENSIONS & DETAILS
- 13.5 meter Catamaran, Schionning Design
- Boat name : “MILOCURA”
- Date launched : November 15, 2003
- Hull material : Composite, end-grain balsa core
- New Awlgrip paint April 2010 (new nonskid paint on the roof and new Awlgrip on the right hull)
- Engines/Fuel : Twin Yanmar 30’s diesels with SD20 sail drives (rebuilt Gori two blade folding propellers - 2011)
- Designer: Jeff Shionning, Australia
- Design: Cosmos 13.2 stretched to 13.5 meters
- Builder: Andy Jensen, SJ Marine, Fremantle, Western Australia
- Length : 13.5 meter
- Beam: 7.5 meter
- Displacement : 15,000 Lbs
- Draft : 2.0 meter (with dagger boards down)
- Bridge Clearance : + 800 mm
- Engines: Twin Yanmar 3GM 30’s
- Engines hp: 30
- Cruising speed on engines : 7 to 8 knots
- Engines hours: 2500
- Fuel : 350 lt (93 US gallons)
- Water : 350 lt (93 US gallons)
- Waste water holding : 200 lt (53 US gallons)
ACCOMMODATIONS & AMENITIES
- This unique boat was built strong as a tank and light as a feather, making it one of the fastest ocean cruising catamarans of its size in the market.
- Kevlar and carbon fiber upgrades, built in during construction, added strength and flexibility to an already excellent design by Schionning.
- MILOCURA was built using the Cosmos 13.2 meter design stretched to 13.5 and the pontoons widened by 10 cm, all with Schionnings approval.
- The boat was designed and built for 20+ knots (original plans and drawings available for potential buyers) and has done that speed many times, even when loaded for very extended cruising from Western Australia to the Caribbean, via the Red Sea and the Mediterranean.
- The boat, fitted with simple to operate dagger boards, is easy to handle, extremely responsive, agile, fast, dry and safe, sails very well to the wind, thanks to the efficient boards. All in all a boat for the serious cruising sailor that wants the space and comfort but that does not want to sacrifice performance. The boat has had only one owner and has never been chartered.
- Three double cabins provide space for six people sleeping comfortably.
- One large shower stall and adjacent ablution facility, with electric TMC toilet. (the ablution facility and the shower are separated by a door)
- The panoramic view from the salon and galley is perfect for those that want to feel “on the water”.
- Mesh shades over the windows provide privacy while at anchor or in marinas.
- The panoramic view is also a key for rough weather sailing, providing a safe and dry area from where to command the boat from.
- All floors inside the boat are layered with Australian Victoria Ash wood with Mahogany trims.
- All cabin and cabinet doors are trimmed with Mahogany.
- The cockpit roof is self standing, doing away with structural columns in other boats of same size, it is all built with extensive carbon fiber reinforcements allowing two people to stand on top of the cockpit roof at the same time to work, on sails or just wash the boat.
- She has a galley up layout, with the galley at the same level as the saloon, providing for a more social atmosphere. This is the only galley up Schionning in the market.
- SMEV LPG two burner stove (in perfect working order)
- SMEV LPG oven (in perfect working order)
- 12 VDC @ 6-7 amps ICER refrigerator/freezer (in perfect working order)
- Pressure H/C water (in perfect working order)
- Stainless steel sink
- 35 lt/hr SHENKER water maker, 12 VDC @ 6 – 7 amps (will need rebuilt/replacement, not working)
- Two 7 kg fiberglass LPG tanks (operating and in good condition
- Three manual fire extinguishers
- Large first aid kit
- Full cockpit cushions
- Moonlight hatches
- Large sliding cockpit hatch over the wheelhouse
- High quality SS handrails inside and out
- Raymarine C80 GPS/Plotter/Radar (new 2009) (in perfect working order, fitted with a Caribbean chart)
- CD player/Stereo with speakers
- 19 inch flat TV (new 2009) (in place, has never been used. Works on 110 volts and for that it need a transformer, as the boat is wired 220 volts.)
- VHF radios (x2) (one new) (both in perfect working order. The mast top antenna and cable were replaced in 2012)
- AUTO NAV auto pilot
- TACKTICK wireless wind indicator (new 2008) (sender unit on top of mast not working well, will need replacement)
- Portable 2 KW Honda generator (in good working order)
- 6 x 40 watt BP solar panels (in good working order)
- Selectronics sine wave Inverter 1.0 KW @ 240 volts (in good working order)
- 30 amp 240 volt shore power with cables
- BEP Battery system status display
- 40 amps battery charger (with shore power) (Working without electronic control, will need to be replaced)
- 2 x 12 volts sealed engine starting batteries (Port is new)
- 5 x 12 volts sealed 105 amp/hours house Batteries (new and upgraded 2012)
- TMC electric head (in perfect working order and with spares)
- SIMPSON LAWRANCE anchor winch
- Twin Yanmar 30 HP diesel 3 cylinder fresh water cooled engines
- Racor fuel/water separators
- Yanmar SD20 sail drives
- Morse controls
- Auto Nav hydraulic steering (with one spare cylinder)
- This vessel was built using the hand laid strip planking method, with END GRAIN BALSA as the core material.
- Kevlar and carbon fiber were extensively used as reinforcing material, in many cases as replacement for heavier and less strong fiberglass as in the design.
- Two extra Kevlar layers were also used as extra protection along 10 meters x 30 cm of the length of each hull bottom.
- This boat also features a large dive platform with plenty of space for a variety of activities.
MAST & BOOM
- The mast is deck stepped and with a single spreader and upper and lower stays.
- The mast and boom are custom made out of carbon fiber, to Schionning design specs. The forward beam between hulls is also carbon fiber.
SAILS & RIGGING
- The traveler is mounted in the cockpit area.
- Fully batten main with Frederiksen car system (62 square meters) (the sail was replaced in 2012 and is in excellent condition)
- Furling Genoa 40 square meters (new 2009)
- PRO FURL TITANIUM genoa furling system
- Furling screecher (new 2009) 80 meters square
- FACNOR screecher furling system (new 2009)
- Two ARCO 30, two speed manual winches
- Two ARCO 50, two speed manual winches
- One ARCO 50 electric main sail winch
- 10 mm diameter DYFORM low stretch rigging (all) (new in November 2012)
- There is an extensive selection of engine spares on board.
- 20 kg Delta anchor with 60 meters of chain (new chain 2008) and 60 meters of rode
- 20 kg spare anchor with chain
- Frederiksen deck gear throughout
- Built in on deck carbon fiber stanchions bases (unique, very strong design)
- Sturdy ATN trampolines with Spectra rope (2015)
- 3.1 meter YAM/ZODIAC dinghy with 4 stroke 4 HP YAMAHA motor (all new in 2007)
- Bottom painted May 2015, zincs replaced, props serviced
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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