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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Nyborg, Denmark
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- EUR 220,000 Tax Paid (US$ 245,828)
The Landmark 43 is a true dual-purpose cruiser / racer with the lines of a custom IRC/ORC race boat. This boat is perfect for fully crewed inshore and offshore racing as well as shorthanded racing and family cruising. A lightweight internal structure also forms the base for a functional and elegant interior with clean surfaces and wooden trim. Only the best equipment is chosen for this boat underlining the quality level identifying Landmark Yachts.
With 3 boats in the top 10 at the recent ORC World Champs, it clearly shows there is a lot left to give with the LM43.
Please contact at +44 (0)23 8045 0000
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Min IDE H
Hull Shape: Other
LOA: 43 ft 0 in
Beam: 12 ft 8 in
Maximum Draft: 9 ft 2 in
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Sail drive
Number of cabins: 3
Formula Spars Carbon mast and boom with two-spreader arrangement and 7/8th fore stay take off..
Antal Mainsail track and car system.
Carbon spinnaker pole with adjustable Harken inboard system.
Fixed Bowsprit also in carbon.
Rod rigging throughout, with composite backstay (two panel electro-hydraulic system in cockpit).
Split running backstays installed in 2015 for use with Square Top mainsail.
Single hydraulic backstay can also be installed for short handed sailing.
Lazy Jack system for cruising.
Mastjack Enerpac 392 with two hydraulic cylinders in carrying case (serviced 2016)
Clamps to disassemble mast (2x)
Two forestays: adjustable racing forestay (currently installed) and furling forestay with Reckman RS2000 furler.
All racing gear Harken or Antal.
2 reefs on Spinlock clutches built in boom.
2 x masthead
1 x fractional
1 x jib
1 x topping lift
A large proportion of running rigging replaced mid 2015 season.
Full mast, boom and spinnaker pole covers. 2016.
Almost new VC17 copper coating below waterline, providing many years of high quality, racing finish.
Technically can sleep 12 crew with pipe cot style berths, but for cruising 8 guests in 3 cabins is the comfortable arrangement.
The bright interior with 3 double cabins and large galley and nav station trimmed with wood is as comfortable for an extended family cruise as it is for racing around the buoys. The spacious head with access both from the forward cabin and the saloon ensures complete amenity.
Attention has been paid to light and ventilation below with careful hatch and portlight placement. In addition to the main hatch and foredeck hatch there are two small hatches over the head and forward cabin spaces, and a square hatch in the coachroof centrally over the saloon.
In the aft cabins there are opening portlights in the cockpit seat fronts.
Upholstery - Alcantera
Table with foldable leafs (carbon light weight) and teak saloon table
Carbon light weight entry hatch
Two cabin tables, one wood and one in carbon (extremly light).
Two stairways, one light composites and one cruising.
Two sets of floor boards and bunk tops, light composites and one set up for cruising, looks the same.
New red lighting in saloon area for night sailing (2015).
LED and halogen interior lights (replaced 2015).
6 x new lightweight cushions (2015).
Completely new power bank (2015).
2 x new life raft, one hard case, one soft case (2015)
New ORC MOB equipment (2015)
2 x lightweight anchors - 2 x cruising (polished stainless), 1 x racing (2015), including anchor pole and windlass, which is easily removable for racing.
New cockpit tent (2015).
New copper racing bottom coating (2015)
Preparation for Jib furling system (2015).
Shore cradle with both high and low load position.
Lazy jack with bag – main
Lifeline in dynema for racing and wire for cruising
Refrigerator opening from the top, Isotherm cooling unit
hot and cold water in the galley, toilet/shower and on the aft deck
Bose speaker 4 speakers, bluetooth connection kit (2015)
TRX Carbon AIS transponder
ICOM 505 VHF with remote unit 162B in cockpit
FIT-PC3 low power computer with SVGA screen (chart table) (upgrade)
Cockpit pedestral, with large chart plotter.
2 carbon steering wheels
Teak on cockpit sole
foldable aluminium cleats
Carbon deck patches for spinnaker sheet turning blocks
Carbon foot support for main sheet trimmer
ONE VOLVO 40HP DIESEL ENGINE
DIESEL 170 litres
WATER 340 litres
HOLDING 50 litres
Electric shore power system for 220v and maintenance of batteries.
Hot water with electric pumps
Electric windlass system fully removable
Lightweight anchor chain box.
2 x Harken Carbon B50.2STR - Mainsheet.
2 x Harken Carbon B55.2STR - Primary - Carbon upgrades
2 x Harken 48 self tailing on coach roof, one electric - Pit.
2 x Harken 48 radial STA - new 2015 - Runner.
New blocks and fairleads (2015).
Newly optimised main sheeting system (2015).
Optimised emergency tiller steering system (2015).
Several winch handles, including 4 x Lewmar 'One Touch' handles
B&G H3000 system Hercules.
GPS Simrad GPS and backup GPS through AIS system.
1 x VHF at Nav table.
B&G Vertical Masthead Units.
Compact Marine PC (12v) • LCD built in at nav, Expedition
AIS class B.
1 x B&G Remote Vision.
1 x Halcyon 2000.
1 x GSM antenna for Internet.
4 x 20/20 on carbon bracket mast.
1 x Full Function Display, 1 x Graphic Function Display, 1 x GPD in cockpit.
•B&G H5000 pilot
•Pilot display (cockpit)
•B&G WR-10 wireless remote control
•Jefa LD100 Electric Drive
Upgraded in 2015:
•B&G 5000 Hercules CPU & pilot
•H5000 Zeus2 plotter – 7 inch (cockpit)
•SIMRAD wifi module (for Zeus display on tablet)
•2020 display (5 x, carbon mast bracket)
Spare cruising Nav system at helm station with plotter (2015).
1 x new VHF intercom on deck (2015).
Optimised B&G software (2015).
4G NMT wireless internet receiver in top of mast (2015).
Built in 2008 by Premier Composite Technologies in the UAE
Designed by Mark Mills
The hull, deck, and interior construction are foam cored epoxy/E-glass laminates.
The loads generated by the deep keel and bulb however are met with an anodized alloy keel grid which offers the stiffest solution to static loadings as well as the best force distribution for unusual dynamic loadings such as a grounding. The engineering and construction exceeds ABS Offshore standards, as well as being CE Marked class A ‘offshore’.
LOA 13.10 m
LWL 11.26 m
Beam 3.83 m
Draft 2.80 m
Displ 7650 kg
1 Main Tape Drive Hydra with glass tape 2010 (good condition, perfect cruising) - Pin head for use in heavier airs and shorthanded.
1 Main Matrix Carbon 2012 (race sail in good condition) - Square top head arrangement for optimum performance.
1 Jib L Matrix Carbon 2008 (fully recut and ok).
1 Jib M Matrix Carbon 2011.
1 Jib H Matrix Carbon 2008 (ok).
1 Jib L/M Matrix Carbon 2012 (race sail in good condition)
1 Jib #4 Matrix Kevlar/tafetta - lightly used, heavy weather sail for 30+ knot condition.
1 Jib Top Tape Drive kevlar/carbon - well used but a good sail with longevity. used in +16 knot winds and fills gap between Jib and Reacher.
1 Staysail 2012 (race sail) - good sail.
1 Code 1 CZ30 2008 (ok).
1 Code 0 CZ30 2012 (Great Condition race sail)
1 Spin L Airx 2010.
1 Spin M 0.9 2011.
1 Spin H 1.5 2008 (hardly used).
1 Storm Jib.