The SanJuan48 hull has been designed and computer modeled to be both handsomely styled and capable in a broad range of sea conditions.
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VAYA CON DIOS
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
The SanJuan48 hull has been designed and computer modeled to be both handsomely styled and capable in a broad range of sea conditions. The traditional flared bow with fine entry and tumble home aft is complemented by the hydro-dynamically efficient underbody. Tooling for the entire boat was modeled and cut by computer controlled 5-axis router creating the most fair and precise parts available in the industry today. The SanJuan48 hull is formed using Kevlar/E-glass and Corecell foam core composite vacuum infused with epoxy vinylester resin. Dupoint Kevlar/E-glass hybrid is used to greatly increase the strength of the hull against damage caused by impact. Resin infusion yields strong lightweight parts with high glass to resin ratios. The core is removed and replaced with solid glass and extra laminations in areas of major penetrations and high stress. Watertight structural bulkheads separate the hull into damage control zones with dedicated bilge pumps. Structural bulkheads are built using Corecell foam core with E-glass skins infused with epoxy vinylester resin. Longitudinal and transverse stringers are an E-glass PVC foam core composite. The swim step is built using Corecell foam core with E-glass skins infused with epoxy vinylester resin. The walking surface of the step is teak. The swim step is fastened to the hull using stainless steel fasteners and three custom stainless steel struts for support. The entire structure of the boat is built using wood free composites.
The deck is one-piece vacuum infused composite molding using E-glass and Corecell with epoxy vinylester resin. The hull is joined to the deck using an engineered flanged box joint and is bonded using a high strength adhesive with stainless steel mechanical fasteners. This provides a permanent, watertight hull/deck joint. The walking surfaces of the foredeck, side decks, cabin top and aft deck are molded non-skid with 1" waterways. The walking surfaces of the cockpit and pilothouse are teak decking.
COCKPIT AND DECK
The large cockpit was designed to allow ample room for sitting, dining, fishing and sunbathing. An opening transom door is provided for ease of boarding. The built-in transom seat hinges forward and opens mechanically to provide a safe, secure, underside dingy stowage garage for quick launch and retrieval of a shore boat, personal watercraft or mountain bikes. A removable electric davit system with remote control is provided for launch and retrieval of the shore boat. The davit is designed to be easily removed from its aft deck socket and stowed in the transom garage. The shore boat garage also provides gear stowage. A hot and cold cockpit shower is located at the transom. Sitting and sunbathing space is also available to port and starboard sun pads. Built-in steps with teak walking surfaces provide access to the side decks from the cockpit.
Removable hatches located beneath the seating or sun pad arrangements provide additional access to the engines for service. Cockpit seating is supplied with non-skid surfaces. Sun pads above engines have teak decking. A flush hatch in the deck provides easy access to the main engine compartment and generator. Port and starboard cockpit bulwark lockers allow for storage of fenders and mooring lines.
Teak toe-rails and 1-1/4" stainless steel half-round guards are fastened through the hull and deck flange. Eight polished stainless steel deck cleats are provided; two at the bow, four amidships and two at the stern. Custom stainless steel mooring line chocks are located at the bow and amidships. Stainless steel chafe guards are fitted as required. A stainless steel deck fuel fill is located starboard side amidships. The water tank fill and holding tank dump are located on the starboard side forward. The foredeck anchor handling system consists of a stainless steel bow roller with a stainless steel "Bruce type" anchor and 50 feet of galvanized chain spliced to 200 feet of 3/4" nylon rope and A Muir 2500 anchor windlass. Three Lewmar Low Profile deck hatches are located over the forward stateroom and the two heads. Six opening stainless steel port lights with screens provide ventilation to the cabin area. A teak flagpole with stainless steel socket is aft with a stainless flagpole forward at the bow.
The pilothouse is built of an E-glass, Corecell, resin infused composite providing a stiff, strong, lightweight structure with sound and vibration dampening qualities. The starboard helm seat provides seating for two with storage below. There is raised settee with chart drawer under. The pilothouse seat storage includes a chart/computer accessory locker and also bin storage under the seat cushion. The main electrical panel is located on the backside of the pilothouse seat. Aft of the helm seat is the bar area with counter, bar sink, U-Line icemaker / beverage fridge, drawers and storage cabinet beneath. The portside settee with varnished teak table provides seating for six with panoramic views. The portside of the pilothouse, forward of the settee, is open to the below decks galley providing daylight and additional ventilation. A large retractable composite sunroof in the pilothouse results in all-weather versatility.
The pilothouse helm station provides for a complete array of electronics and instruments, including a Furuno Chart plotter/radar, Nobeltec Big Bay GPS. Pilothouse windshield and side window glass is light gray tinted, 1/4" bonded, tempered glass with ceramic frits and offers 360-degree visibility. Non-tinted, 3/8" tempered glass is bonded into the "scallops" on the aft sides of the pilothouse. The pilothouse is secured with removable clear rigid panels and a clear plexiglass door with locking handset located aft of the settee and bar area. A composite mast that is removable for low bridge clearance is located on the pilothouse roof. TV satellite dome and radar are also on the pilothouse roof.
Teak toe rails are blind fastened to the deck edge from the stainless stem bow fitting to the transom. Teak trim runs from the port and starboard aft sides of the pilothouse forward around the forward cabin top. Teak cap rails are used on the top of the cockpit bulwarks, inboard of the side decks an transom and are blind fastened.
Handrails located on the pilothouse roof and cabin top are fashioned from solid teak. Cockpit locker doors are teak with louvers for ventilation. All exterior teak is bright finished solid teak, "blind" fastened.
The pilothouse joinery is meticulously built from hand selected Burmese teak with bright finish. The pilothouse settee table is built using bright finished teak.
The helm and dash area is finished in teak. Interior pilothouse sides are bright finished teak panels with solid teak window trim. Teak sea railsare at the edges of all counter surfaces. Teak battens support the pilothouse overhead panels, which are covered in Majilite fabric.
The interior is trimmed with teak and finished to a satin sheen. The hull sides forward in the master stateroom and in the starboard side guest stateroom are sheathed with solid teak "ceiling" strips. The below decks cabin sole is satin finished teak with holly splines. Countertops are surfaced with Surell with teak rails. The below decks general arrangement offers forward and starboard side staterooms with queen berths, a galley, two heads complete with separate showers. Both the staterooms have ample storage in hanging lockers and drawers. Storage is also provided beneath the berths. Solid teak louvered doors are used throughout for privacy and ventilation.
The master stateroom has two screened, opening stainless steel port lights and a screened Lewmar Low Profile overhead hatch providing daylight and ventilation. The starboard side guest stateroom provides a queen berth arrangement with a hanging locker and stowage in under berth drawers and lockers. A stowaway hidden upper pilot berth provides an additional single berth. The queen berth convertibles into a below deck settee. The centerline bulkhead is a three panel pocket door that opens the guest stateroom to the galley, converting it into a below decks settee, den or entertainment area. A screened, opening stainless steel port light provides daylight and ventilation to the guest stateroom. Berth cushions/mattresses are 5" foam composites with a wide variety of fabrics available for berth upholstery. Overheads are Majelite leather look fabric or equal with teak trim supports.
There is a three-burner electric Force 10 radiant heat cook top along with a Sharp convection microwave oven mounted above. An Origo dishwasher is located in a teak cabinet below the cook top. A double stainless steel sink is supplied with hot and cold water through a Scandvik mixer with a pullout-extending faucet. An abundance of storage is provided in above counter cabinets, below counter cabinets and drawers. The refrigerator is a front-loading Norcold DE 461 refrigerator/freezer. A Splendide combination washer / dryer is located below and behind the companionway steps. Countertops are solid surface material with teak sea rails. An opening port light with screen in the galley provides ventilation. The galley is open above to the pilothouse providing additional daylight and ventilation.
The port and starboard heads with separate showers are designed to be easily cleaned and maintained. Sealand heads are plumbed directly to the holding tank with shore side pump out fitting on deck. A Whale discharge pump is provided for overboard use where allowed. The 60 gallon holding tank is sounded with a Tank Tender gauge. Stainless steel sinks are supplied with hot and cold water. Countertop materials are solid surface material with teak sea rails. The separate showers with seats drain to a pump and are discharged via an automatic drain pump. Mirrors and lockers with shelves are provided in each head with lighted makeup mirrior in the master stateroom head. The heads are provided with stainless steel screened, opening port lights and overhead screened Lewmar Low Profile hatches for daylight and ventilation.
A Northern Lights, M843NK, 12 kW marine diesel generator and bank of 8D AGM batteries provide ship's power. Battery switching is located in the engine room. Two 8D AGM batteries provide engine-starting power. Isolation is provided between the lighting and house circuits and the starting bank with the provision for emergency starting if necessary. Charging of the electrical system is done through the genset and the 100 amp alternators mounted on each engine as well as a Mastervolt pure sinewave battery charger/inverter.
A Glendinning "Cablemaster" shore power storage system is provided starboard side aft in the cockpit to provide power to 220V/110V equipment and 110V outlets in each cabin as well as the galley, heads and pilothouse, where shore power is available. Switching for both the 24V and 220V/110V are provided at the main distribution panel located on the aft side of the helm seat and is equipped with both a voltmeter and ammeter.
All circuits are protected with circuit breakers and main disconnects. All hull penetrating marine hardware is bonded and connected to a sacrificial zinc plate located at the transom below the swim step.
Interior lighting is by Cantalupi overhead recessed lights positioned in the pilothouse and cabin areas. Red overhead lights are provided in the pilothouse for navigation at night. All lights are provided with dimmer switches. Bulkhead mounted reading lights are located in the two staterooms over the berths. A halogen galley light is located above the counter under the cabinets. Courtesy lights illuminate the walkway from the cockpit to the cabin sole. Hanging lockers are provided with interior lights switched to come on with the door is opened. Lighting is provided for the engine / mechanical compartment, lazarette and anchor locker. Navigation lights meet International Rules.
Two Roca pilothouse windshield wipers with washers are supplied. An Alpine Stereo with six CD Changer is provided. Stereo speakers are located in the cockpit and pilothouse and galley. A flat screen TV with DVD and stereo CD player is located in the master stateroom. A flat screen TV and DVD player is also provided in the galley for use when the guest stateroom is opened to the galley as a den or sitting area. An ACR RCL100D spotlight with remote control is fitted.
The main engines are Detroit Diesel Series 60 engines rated @ 825 hp. The main engines are equipped with Twin Disc marine gears. The main engines are painted white and include a chrome package. 2-1/2" diameter Maranox 22 stainless steel shafts are supported by custom designed bronze struts and Tides Marine Strong Seal watertight shaft seals. The propellers are Nibral bronze, four bladed wheels operating in hull tunnels for increased efficiency and shallow draft. The engine compartment is protected by an automatic fire extinguisher system. An oil transfer pump system is fitted for main engine, transmission and genset oil changes. One fully baffled aluminum fuel tank provides 750-gallon capacity with a double starboard side deck fill for fast refueling. The tank is sounded with a Tank Tender gauge. In-line double Racor fuel / water separators are fitted for each engine. The engine compartment is well lit and is easily accessed via a flush cockpit hatch. Large dry patches are located under the cockpit sun pads for additional engine access during servicing. The exhaust system is constructed of FRP piping with in-line full flow mufflers. Although the twin engines make the SanJuan48 extremely maneuverable, Sidepower 8 hp electric bow and stern thrusters with a 7" high strength tubes are provided. Marine Air reverse cycle double chilled loop air conditioning units provide both heat and air conditioning.
The entire boat has been engineered to provide extremely quiet operation, including the main engines, genset, pumps and any other noise generating equipment. The cored hull, deck and superstructure construction provides for excellent sound and vibration damping. The main engines and machinery are isolation mounted to reduce noise and vibration. The engine compartment is lined with sound insulation to reduce noise levels providing quiet operation. Engine compartment hatches are lined with sound insulation and are gasketed to reduce noise levels. The pilothouse is lined with sound insulation material.
CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTS
Transmission and throttle control for the main engines is achieved using Detroit Diesel DDEC electronic controls. The electronic controls offer shift and throttle control with built-in safety features for use during emergency maneuvers, as well as engine synchronization and trolling valves. The Side Power bow and stern thrusters are controlled by electronic joy sticks located at the helm. The main engines are alarmed for both low oil pressure and high coolant temperature. The electronic main engine instrument control panel located at the helm console displays RPM's with hour meter, oil pressure, water temperature and gear temperature. A 4 1/2" Ritchie Navigator compass is mounted forward of the helm console. Kahlenberg dual trumpet air horns are standard equipment.
The steering system is a Marol rotary actuator hydraulic system. The rudders are custom designed high speed cast bronze with 2-1/2" Maranox 22 stainless steel shafts mounted in Tides Marine rudder bearings and dripless shaft seals. An 18" stainless steel destroyer type wheel with varnished mahogany trim is provided. There is a Simrad AP22 autopilot system.
120 gallons of fresh water are stored in a baffled stainless steel tank with a Tank Tender sounding gauge. A Twin Flojet water pump system provides water pressure. Hot water is supplied by a Force 10 eighteen-gallon stainless steel hot water heater. Both showers have a sump pump system for discharge overboard. Three Rule 3700 GPH electric bilge pumps with Rule Ultra automatic float switches are located forward in the cabin, aft in the engine compartment and in the lazarette. A high water bilge alarm sysatem is fitted. Bronze thru hull fittings throughout are U.L. listed, and fitted with seacocks. There is a Village Marine 600 GPD water maker. Fresh water washdown systems are located in the cockpit and on the foredeck.
All exterior teak trim is finished to a high glass using mutiple build coats of UV inhibited West System epoxy and finally multiple more coats of clear Sterling LP providing an extremely hard, low maintenance finish. The deck and superstructure are faired to the higheset of industry standards and are painted with Sterling LP paint.
UPHOLSTERY AND CANVAS
Cockpit and pilothouse helm settee cushions are covered in Spinneybeck leather. All interior below decks cushions and mattresses are covered in Sunbrella fabric. Exterior cockpit cushions are Spinneyback leather with additional canvas covers for foul weather. A canvas cockpit cover is supplied in Sunbrealla material to cover cockpit cushions during inclement weather. A Mermet sun screen material windshield cover provides privacy and UV protection to the pilothouse.
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