A true adventure yacht. Alan Pape designed, Built by Moroven Yachts and fitted out by Terry Erskine Yachts, Hull was constructed in 2001 and the yacht commissioned 2007, with a major refit between 2010 and 2012. Created to take it's crew almost anywhere they wish to explore. This is a very impressive yacht which instills confidence the moment that you step aboard. It's a proper globe trotter, solidly constructed, business like on deck, yet welcoming and comfortable down below. The pictures and the inventory describe the opening chapter to this story, a viewing is essential to feel the whole package. If your dream is to sail the worlds oceans north, south, east or west then call us to arrange an appointment.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 39 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 3 in
LWL: 31 ft 9 in
Maximum Draft: 6 ft 3 in
Displacement: 14224 kgs
Bridge Clearance: 55 ft 0 in
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (95)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (100)
Yanmar 4JH2E 50hp diesel 80 amp alternator and Adverc regulator Twin Racor fuel filters with change-over (new 2012) Calorifier Aquadrive coupling 4 blade Variprop (new 2012) Shaft rope cutter Sleipner 12VDC bowthruster in tunnel with fairings
Deck Equipment and Ground Tackle
Goiot sliding companionway hatch (new 2012) Muir electric windlass (new 2011) Autosteer servo paddle wind vane self steering gear Hydraulic steering ram (new 2011) S/S folding frame and boom gallows for cockpit awning (new 2012) 50m x 10mm calibrated short link chain c/w Spade & Bruce main anchors 100m x 24mm multiplait c/w CQR kedge
Rigging and Sails
Eurospars cutter rig with slab reef boom c/w stakpak, twin running poles, separate trysail track, 7 Andersen stainless steel winches, Facnor roller headfoil Working sails: Triple reef mainsail (374/305/224/130 sq ft), roller yankee genoa (370), double reef staysail (133/103/75) Heavy weather sails: Trisail (82), Storm staysail (78) (new 2012) Light weather sails: Code zero (863) (new 2012) & running sail (370) on Facnor roller
Victron 10A shore charger & 750W inverter (new 2011) Battery banks for engine starting (100Ah), general service (200ah), bow thrusters & windlass (200Ah) with charge splitter & parallel switches
Navigation and Communication
Raymarine plotter (new 2010) Raymarine tridata instrument Ramarine wind instrument (new 2011) Raymarine autopilot (new 2011) Raymarine radar Icom AIS transponder with integrated DSC VHF (new 2011) Sestrel Moore steering compass ICS weatherfax/navtex NASA communications receiver with backstay aerial
Guest cabin forward with twin berths & infill Owner’s double cabin aft c/w additional single berth Saloon with 2 settee berths, pilot berth & drop leaf table Mikuni diesel fired central heating Taylor’s Paraffin cooker Pressurised hot & cold water via calorifier c/w immersion heater Manual sea & freshwater pumps Twin galley sinks Frigoboat water cooled refrigerator Lavac WC, washbasin and shower Grey & black holding tanks
High capacity impeller & diaphragm bilge pumps (new 2011) Manual bilge pump, bilge alarm Seago liferaft Para & Delta drogues Polycarbonate storm shutters for saloon windows (new 2012) Fire extinguishers & blanket
Tinker Tramp dinghy c/w sail kit Beaching legs Cockpit cushions Awning/rain catchment (new 2012) Lee cloths Fenders, docklines & boathook Stainless steel ensign staff Analogue & digital clock/barometer Cutlery, crockery, utensils
This tough boat has been extremely well built and prepared over the last couple of years for arduous worldwide cruising conditions. She is fully in commission with all systems guaranteed in proper working order, and most equipment new or nearly new. There is a full range of spares for the engine (including alternator, starter motor & 3 blade fixed prop), winch spares, rigging parts, Taylors cooker parts, Jabsco pumps etc. Although built 2001 she was not commissioned until 2007 when she completed an Atlantic circuit as her shake-down cruise.
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.