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St. Thomas, Virgin Islands (US)
Luxury performance sailing yacht with raised pilothouse and flexible cabin layout for up to eight guests, designed by Warwick Yacht Design in New Zealand. Built to a very high specification with full carbon rig, in-boom furling and hydraulically controlled lifting keel. This is a safe bluewater cruising yacht that has also been raced successfully. A lifting keel allows her to cruise in shallow waters and sail up to the best anchorages; with keel down, she is a powerful competitive racer and a hardy offshore craft in challenging weather.
Hull Number 2 is also available for sale and is currently in France.
Not for sale or charter to U.S. residents while in U.S waters.
Please contact Wellington Yacht Partners at (401) 683-6070
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Alia Yachts
Designer: Warwick Yacht Design, Ltd. NZ
Flag of Registry: Cayman Islands
LOA: 82 ft 0 in
Beam: 19 ft 8 in
LWL: 70 ft 6 in
Minimum Draft: 13 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 7 in
Displacement: 109128 lbs
Ballast: 33069 lbs
Fresh Water Tanks: (264 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (449 Gallons)
Luxury performance sailing yacht with raised pilothouse and flexible cabin layout for up to eight guests, designed by Warwick Yacht Design in New Zealand. Built to a very high specification with full carbon rig, in-boom furling and hydraulically controlled lifting keel. This is a safe bluewater cruising yacht that has also been raced successfully. A lifting keel allows her to cruise in shallow waters and sail up to the best anchorages; with keel down, she is a powerful competitive racer and a hardy offshore craft in challenging weather. Hull Number 2 is also available for sale and is currently in France.
Hydraulically lifting keel
Best quality finishes and equipment throughout. Mostly mahogany interior joinery and teak sole and lacquered finishes, such as high-gloss white painted en-suites
Generous accommodation for six in three cabins plus a fourth convertible cabin for two extra guests or crew
All guest cabins with en-suite bathrooms
Large pilothouse salon complimented by a covered outdoor entertaining cockpit
Full-service galley forward with generous dry and fridge/freezer storage
Bar and lower salon/lounge
Captain’s/crew cabin and head/shower forward with independent access hatch
Excellent sailing and motoring performance
Hull and Construction
The hull and deck are E-Glass and carbon composite over male plugs with vacuum bagged laminates and foam core. Hull and superstructure are post cured and painted in Awlgrip. Germanischer Lloyds certified hull, deck, superstructure and enclosures.
The vessel contains four watertight bulkheads located at either end of the boat, engine room and owners cabin, with a watertight collision bulkhead at the forward end of the forepeak.
All exterior surfaces are filled, faired and finish coated with Awlgrip paint system.
The composite rudder blade is bonded to the carbon rudder stock laminated over a mandrel with provision for an emergency tiller outlet at deck level. Steering is connected via under-deck quadrant and JP3 rudder bearings top and bottom.
The keel fin is fabricated from high tensile steel coated and faired for underwater use, then bolted to the cast lead bulb and glass lap joined. Two custom internal hydraulic cylinders control the lift keel and a lock cylinder to lock the keel in the up position. Keel configuration offers minimum draft of 7’-7” with fin up and a maximum draft of 13’-5” with fin down.
The entire deck including the steering and seating cockpits plus the inside face of the stern door are sheeted with 14mm x 50 teak decking quarter-sawn planks with no visible fastenings and perimeter margins to bulwark and cockpit.
Closures include stainless Down Under deck hatches and Gebo opening port lights, the wheelhouse wind screen is made up of twelve curved panels of 12mm chemically toughened glass. Fixed-pane through-hull port lights are included to port and starboard.
Stainless steel pop-up mooring cleats
Custom stainless steel fairleads
Custom stainless steel pulpit, pushpits, stanchions, and dodger/bimini framework
Harken deck hardware throughout
Exit Engineering carbon passerelle
Sails and Rigging
Mast, Boom, Rigging
Four-spreader carbon Hall Spars rig with Ocean Furl boom furling, carbon spinnaker pole and jockey pole. All standing rigging, boom vang and backstay hydraulics by Navtec.
North Sails, Connecticut, USA (2010):
Carbon Spectra main sail with Carbon CT battens and custom anti-chafe end caps and UV protection strip
Carbon Spectra AP jib with vertical battens for furling, with UV protection strip
Spectra A3 reaching asymmetric spinnaker with snuffer
Storm sails – including a tri-sail and storm jib
Hydraulic system with Reckmann under deck headsail furler, main boom furl, stern door/ dinghy davits, anchoring system. Six Harken deck winches: main halyard winch, mainsheet reel winch and retractable bow and stern thrusters. Hydraulic power is from the generator and DC packs with 5kw pumps.
Engine/ Mechanical Equipment
The main engine is a 260 HP Volvo D4 with 4-bladed Max Prop propeller. 25kw Mastervolt generator and Silent Line engine room sound and vibration insulation.
Webasto A/C system with a total capacity of 84,000 BTU and nine air-handlers. Air extraction is ducted from all heads and the galley.
The 24 DC system runs on-board functions such as lighting, pumps and electronics with 220V AC for all galley/ AC/ AV systems and other domestic items supplied by Mastervolt inverters/ shore power/ generator. Sea Shore power conditioner with converters for 110 or 220 shore power.
Two steering consoles with custom made carbon-fiber and wood wheels via chain drives to hydraulic helm pumps with a stand-alone hydraulic/power steering system with auto-pilot.
Automated fire detection and extinguishing system in the engine room. Smoke detectors are fitted in each cabin, living space and machinery space, with portable extinguishers distributed around the vessel as required.
Force 10 63451 4-burner gas cook top with oven and grill
Miele microwave oven
Miele dish drawer
In-Sinkerator ISE 55 waste disposal
In-Sinkerator ISE 8251 garbage compactor
Miele CVA3660 Nespresso coffee machine
Miele WT2670 front-load washer/dryer
(2) Sub Zero refrigerator drawers
(2) Sub Zero freezer drawers
Isotherm under floor freezer
U-line ice maker
Audio Visual Equipment
Samsung Series 6 LCD TV’s in each cabin, upper and lower salon and Captain’s cabin. (6) in total; upper salon TV mounted on custom TV lift in starboard console
I-Merge MS 5000 media server
I-Merge MP 1000 in each cabin
Rotel RKB 650 amplifier
Bose/B&W speakers throughout including (4) outdoor speakers
AMX NI 3100 control system and remote touch screens in each cabin
Zone control via AMX/Sonos system
Electronics and Navigation Equipment
(3) Furuno 3D Navnet Black boxes and individual 15” monitors for each steer station. One steer station is in main saloon for ocean monitoring in inclement weather
Furuno secondary DGPS
Furuno Class A AIS
Furuno 4KW 26” radar dome
Furuno LH3000 loud hailer
B&G H3000 processor pack with GFD displays at each steering station, owners/captain’s cabin
B&G ACP-1 autopilot and GPD displays at each steer station
B&G remote vision
B&G carbon mast head unit, all through hull sensors, barometer etc.
Icom VHF, HF, and handheld radios
Sailor 250 Fleet broadband system
Mast and engine room cameras
3G/ Wi-Fi internet system and on-board wireless network
(2) Laptop computers, printers etc.
(2) Jabsco search lights with control at steering stations
All connections, commissioning, mast aerials etc. included
70kg stainless steel CQR Manson anchor is housed below deck in a stainless steel hydraulically activated over center retainer with Maxwell HWC 3500 windlass.
100m of galvanized chain is attached.
The second anchor is a demountable Fortress-style in chocks in the forepeak with 20mm rope anchor attached to 10m of D12 galvanized chain.
AB 13VS tender with custom console and 40hp Yamaha 4-stroke engine. The tender is stored on custom davits or on chocks on deck.
You can have it all: Racing efficiency and cruising comfort. Second overall in the Caribbean Superyacht regatta. MCA compliant and ready for the cruising/racing season.
Owner’s personal effects are excluded from the sale
Not for sale or charter to U.S. residents while in U.S waters.
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.