Construction Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction: Built under supervision to fully comply with Bureau Veritas coding (Luxembourg) for charter anywhere in the world. – last date of BV survey – May 2008 Aluminium hull, deck and superstructure 15mm teak laid deck glued onto aluminium subdeck Teak deckhead hatches with stainless steel framed glass and stainless steel protective bars above all accommodation cabins, heads and engine space, provided natural light, ventilation and emergency escape access to deck level. Cream painted hull, superstructure and any exposed deck areas Sigma Gold cavita line Red waterline stripe and antifouling
Mechanical Engine & Gearboxes: MAN/Doosan L136TI 6-cylinder in-line direct injection turbo-charged diesel engine with intercooler producing 230hp @ 2,200rpm Freshwater engine cooling via twin raw-water intakes and heat exchanger Racor 75500FGX turbine series fuel filter/water separator system for main engine dual Dong-I marine transmission gearbox with 2.09:1 reduction ratio Doosen engine control panel at deckhouse nav’ station with voltage, water temp, oil pressure and gearbox oil pressure displays, visual alarms for water temperature, oil pressure, alternator charge, water level, fuel leakage and overspeed, and engine start/stops. 24vDC engine room blowers
Maintenance & Performance: Engine hours as of June 2008: approx 100 hours Range: approx 1,500Nm @ 8 knots Max speed 10.5 knots
Propulsion & Steering: Python-Drive flexible drive-shaft assembly Amartech Netherlands heavy duty 501 1 ½” stainless steel propeller shaft Axiseal shaft seal 3-bladed bronze feathering Maxprop spindle 110 nm Stripper rope cutter on propeller shaft White Jefa helm pedestal with large diameter hide-covered stainless steel ‘destroyer’ type helm wheel, gearbox 1:10 and rod link Emergency steering gear
Electrical Voltage Systems: 24vDC domestic system with 230vAC ring main from shorepower, generator or inverters
Battery Banks: Battery power to service, engine, generator and windlass is via 24vDC banks totalling approx 2,000Ah. Victron BMV-501 battery status monitor
Battery Chargers/Inverters: Silent energy system: Battery charging is via 3x Victron Energy 24vDC/230vAC - 3000w - 70Amp automatic battery chargers with integrated inverters for supplying 230vAC from batteries on demand Phoenix multi-control unit for charger/inverters at deckhouse
Alternator: High output 175Ah 24vDC engine-mounted alternator
Generator: Northern Lights 24vDC/220vAC 20kw generator utilising a 4-cylinder long-stroke Lugger diesel engine Genset hours as of June 2008 – approx 68hrs
Other Electrical: 230vAC ring main with sockets throughout interior including engine space Main AC/DC control panel at cook’s cabin with further AC/DC breaker panels in engine space and cabin aft and forward Automatic switch over shore generator invertors.
Plumbing Fresh Water & Water Heating System: 24v Pressurised water pump for supplying fresh water Hot water supply via AC calorifier and Isotemp stainless steel hot water tank
Watermaker: Pure Water 230vAC 50Hz reverse-osmosis watermaker producing approx 120litres per hour
Bilge Pumps: 24vDC electric bilge pumps throughout yacht with automatic float switches and manual overrides AC driven bilge pump via fire-hydrant (see fire-fighting equipment)
Grey & Black Water: All heads discharge directly to black water tanks All showers and sinks discharge directly to grey water tanks 230vAC blackwater pumpout (to sea) located in engine space 230vAC greywater pumpout (to sea) located in engine space
Water intakes: Sea-chest raw water intakes with just two through-hull fittings (for engine & generator mounted port and starboard of main engine for uninterrupted supply of cooling water to engine from either tack.
Water discharge: One at aft of engine to port
Tankage General: Tank tender level monitoring system at deckhouse Stainless steel deck fillers for fuel tanks and fresh water tank
Fuel: 2 main fuel tanks – 1 day tank, total 2200 litres (484 gallons) Capacity 2200 litres (484 gallons) Integrated in hull – 1 port, 1 starboard Aluminium
Grey water: 1 tank Capacity 800 litres (176 gallons) Above keel Aluminium painted Sigma
Black water: 2 Capacity: 150 and 300 litres (33 and 66 gallons) Central and aft Alumiuium painted Sigma
Deck Foredeck: Forward lazarette stowage locker aft of anchoring and furling gear. Forward coachroof superstructure with raised doghouse opening to forepeak crew accommodation.
Main superstructure area: Aft of mast. Raised deckhouse superstructure with windows to all aspects. Access to deckhouse from aft in main cockpit area.
Main cockpit area: Forward of mainsheet and immediately aft of main superstructure. U-shaped teak-laid seating for 12 guests to port and starboard with centreline walkthrough. Teak tables to port and starboard with folding leaves joining both tables to create large cockpit dining table. Fixed bimini offering complete shade to main cockpit area. Access to interior via companionway doors and steps to deckhouse.
Helm area: Aft of main cockpit area and mainsheet system. Helm pedestal with wheel. Throttle control mounted to pedestal along with instrument panel. Semi-circular raised helm seating aft with teak-grated sole.
Aft deck area: Tender garage aft of helm position with twin pneumatic opening doors lying flush with deck level and utilising a removable boom fitting for lifting and launching of tender. Aft lazarettes to port and starboard of tender garage. Stern lazarette locker aft of tender garage. Zodiac for Yachtline 340 rigid bottom.
Rig: Alucarbon white-painted carbon fibre 33m keel-stepped mast Alucarbon white-painted carbon fibre boom with ‘hayrack’ stacking system 7/8 fractional rig with checkstays and three sets of 220 swept-back spreaders Navtec rod standing rigging with single backstay Bamar manual adjustable backstay Mainsail track on aft profile of mast with Antal low friction battencars for mainsail Lazyjack system attached to ‘hayrack’ sections on boom 2 reefs fitted to mainsail Maststeps at base of mast All deck gear is by Antal using composite fibre ball-bearing deck-blocks & turning blocks, jammers, sheet-tracks and winches. Curved mainsheet track aft of main cockpit area with traveller system and dedicated mainsheet winch Bamar MEJ2.02 24vDC electric yankee/genoa furler Tuffluff staysail track Curved staysail sheet track self-tacking Stemhead fitting for asymmetric kite halyard
Winches: All winches are by Antal and finished in stainless steel 2x W70 2-speed electric self-tailing winches for halyards to port & starboard of mast with deck buttons 1x W70 2-speed manual self-tailing winch for reefing lines and outhaul aft of mast 2x W70 2-speed manual self-tailing winches aft and outboard of mast for kite trim and vang system 2x W44 2-speed manual self-tailing traveller winches for mainsheet 1x W80.3 3-speed 24vDC electric self-tailing mainsheet winch with deck buttons 2x W80.3 3-speed 24vDC electric self-tailing yankee/genoa winches with deck buttons 2x W70 2-speed manual self-tailing checkstay winches
Sails: Sail package is by Quantum sails and all white sails are Hi Tech Spectra carbon Fully battened mainsail with two reefs fitted Furling hi-cut yankee/genoa Spectra carbon Staysail Spectra carbon Asymmetrical spinnaker Dacron
General: Stainless steel guardrail stanchions with twin stainless steel wire guardwires Side boarding gates Open pulpit and pushpit Painted grabrails on main susperstructure coachroof SS dorade vent cowels throughout with stainless steel dorade pulpits Pasarelle - Bamar
Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:
Retractable anchor stemhead fitting rotating backwards and securing flush beneath a teak foredeck hatch Muir VRC-4500 3,500w 24vDC reversing vertical mounted anchor windlass with deck control buttons, single gypsy and single capstan. Anchors: 1 CQR 60 kg; 1 CQR 80 kg; 120m chain 16mm Painted steel mooring bollards (5x forward and 4x aft) Warps & fenders Anchor wash
Covers, Canvas & Cushions: Stainless steel framed fixed bimini structure (bolted in place so can be removed if required) with cream canvas bimini top.
Tender: To be acquired
Safety Equipment: 2x Zodiac 6-man Solas A canister liferafts mounted on deck forward of main superstructure with hydrostatic releases 4x lifering buoys Tron 406Mhz floating EPIRB mounted to starboard side of main superstructure with hydrostatic release Navigation lights DHR
Fire-fighting equipment: Fire-extinguishers throughout interior HFC-227 automatic fire extinguishing system in engine space Emergency fuel and engine-space ventilation shut-offs in deckhouse Manual override for automatic engine-space fire extinguisher in deckhouse Saltwater fire hydrant on deck level powered by engine or 220vAC from generator
Communication Equipment: Icom HM139B commandmic VHF station in crew quarters and steering position
Deckhouse Nav’ Station: Raymarine C70 multi-function colour LCD radar/chartplotter display Raymarine closed-array radar scanner mounted to forward profile of mast Furuno NX-700 Navtex (paper and screen display) Clipper depth display Clipper speed/log display Clipper wind display Garmin GPS Map 170 GPS plotter Communications Equipment: Furuno Inmarsat-C Felcom 15 ‘Mobile Earth Station’ with LCD screen and keyboard Furuno Inmarsat MES IC-306 alarm system Furuno Inmarsat MES IC-305 distress call unit Icom IC-M601 VHF with DSC controller
Accommodation 6 Guest berths in 1x double owner’s suite aft and 2x mirrored double guest suites forward 3 Crew berths in 1x twin crew cabin forward and 1x single cook’s cabin amidships Principle interior joinery a combination of printwood With contrasting teak and Wenge wood Dark wood floors and cabinetry Wenge Cream Alcantara upholstery in saloon, dining areas and owner’s cabin Brown leather upholstery in deckhouse Brown leather bulkhead cladding in deckhouse Cream Alcantara padded headlinings throughout Grey laminate joinery in all heads compartments Stainless steel counter surfaces for all heads compartments and galley area Round aluminium side ports throughout with removable deadlights
Description of Internal Layout from Forward:
Crew Accommodation: Accessed from forward deck area via ladder. Twin berths forward in v-configuration with stowage bins and drawers beneath and 5 lockers set above into the forward bulkhead. Counter/worktop aft to port with deep fiddles and VHF station.
Crew Cabin Ensuite: Ensuite heads aft to starboard with WC, shower cubicle, sink and stowage in lockers and cupboards.
Port Guest Cabin: Double berth offset against hull side. Stowage drawers beneath. Shelving above. Extensive hanging locker and general cupboard stowage inboard towards centreline. Access to ensuite heads forward.
Port Guest Ensuite: WC, shower cubicle (shared with starboard ensuite), sink and stowage in lockers and cupboards.
Starboard Guest Cabin: Mirroring port guest cabin. Double berth offset again hull side. Stowage drawers beneath. Shelving above. Extensive hanging locker and general cupboard stowage inboard towards centreline. Access to ensuite heads forward.
Starboard Guest Ensuite: Mirroring port guest ensuite. WC (shared with port ensuite), shower cubicle, sink and stowage in lockers and cupboards.
Saloon: On lower deck level and accessed via steps from deckhouse. Very large u-shaped settee to port seating up to 8 persons with fixed coffee table and shelf stowage outboard. Stowage beneath settee bases and in cupboards.
Dining Area: Opposite general saloon area to starboard ahead of galley. U-shaped seating with large folding-leaf dining table.
Galley: Stainless steel countertops and cabinet fronts. Located to starboard of main companionway aft of dining area. L-shaped counter with inset twin stainless sink, gimballed hob & oven and extensive stowage in lockers, cupboards and drawers. Large capacity vertical stainless steel fridges and freezers are located aft with twin doors (over and under) for ease of access.
Cook’s Cabin: Aft of galley to starboard. Single berth with stowage beneath and access to AC & DC panels. Access to battery chargers in lockers aft. Master battery switches.
Deckhouse: Accessed from main cockpit area. Aluminium framed windows offering 360 degree vision in deckhouse. Large forward-facing chart table with leather-upholstered pilot seat set forward to starboard. Stowage for tools and spares beneath seat. Systems controls and navigation instruments forward and to side of chart table. Large chart-stowage locker beneath. Leather settee/pilot berth to starboard with lifejacket locker aft. Steps to main saloon area forward and also to owner’s cabin and dayheads aft to starboard.
Day Heads: Aft of deckhouse to starboard in lower corridor. WC & sink. Washing machine & dryer in lockers beneath counter. Stowage in lockers and cupboards.
Engine space: Accessed via watertight/soundproofed/fireproof bulkhead door in aft corridor. Large engine space with access to tankage, generator, watermaker, sea-chest water inlets, plumbing systems and AC/DC systems.
Owner’s Suite: Aft of day heads and accessed from lower corridor. Large full-beam cabin with centreline island double berth facing forwards. Counter/book shelf aft of berth and wrapping round to create bedside counters with stowage drawers. Dressing table to starboard with fold-out seat. Hanging lockers and cupboards to port and starboard. Settee opposite dressing table to port. Access to ensuite heads forward to port.
Owner’s Ensuite: WC, large shower cubicle with teak seat, sink and stowage in lockers and cupboards.
Domestic Equipment Galley: Miele 230vAC induction hob with 4-burners attached to gimble frame Siemens stainless steel 230vAC multi-function oven/grill attached to gimble frame 24vDC/230vAC water-cooled fridge 24vDC/230vAC water-cooled freezer
Heads/Showers: Jabsco 24vDC Deluxe freshwater marine heads with ‘quickflush’ discharging directly to blackwater tanks forward and aft Grohe stainless steel thermostatic and mixer taps & shower fittings throughout
Heating & Air-Conditioning: 230vAC air-conditioning with compressor units and outlets in all main accommodation cabins + reversed cycle for heating. MarineX Digital climate control units in all main accommodation cabins
Entertainment: Sony CD/DVD radio with 4x speakers in saloon area.
Lighting: White surround 24vDC halogen deckhead lights throughout 230vAC lighting in engine space 24vDC decklighting
Comments VINTAGE is a superb modern classic with sweet lines drawn by Julius Strawinsky, who’s ALEXA you may know. Build of rugged aluminium, huge attention has been paid to producing a light yacht with express sailing performance. Her owners have been heavily involved in the development and build of the yacht, based on many years sailing. Her interior is ultra modern and is a pleasing contrast with her classic hull lines.
Because of her owner’s change of plan she is now available for sale immediately at delivery. She benefits from full commercial charter coding and is commercially registered in Luxembourg.
Disclaimer 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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