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This yacht was recently completed by a first rate yard in Italy to first class standards of construction. Due to a change in owner's plans, she is offered for sale. She has been thoroughly sea trialed and tested by the yard and is ready for delivery.
All construction is of carbon fiber. She is light, strong and very fast, yet comfortable and stylish. She was designed by Tripp Design to be a comfortable, high-performance cruising yacht for coastal and blue water sailing. Currently lying in Italy, she can be either shipped or sailed to any location.
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Call Bob Rodgers at 1 860 536 7776 or Mobile 1 860 625 3898.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Tripp Design
Flag of Registry: Italy
Hull Shape: Monohull
LOA: 65 ft 0 in
Beam: 16 ft 4 in
Maximum Draft: 11 ft 3 in
Displacement: 42000 lbs Full Load
Number of single berths: 8
Number of double berths: 1
Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 4
Electrical Circuit: 24V
The main engine is a Volvo D3 160 turbo diesel rated at 163 hp at 4000rpm, (water-cooled, 4 stroke, 5 cylinder, with a 2.48 reduction gear ratio.
Instruments are mounted near the exterior wheel. Engine mounts to be Aquadrive.
Optional equipment includes:
12 Volt 195 AMP Alternator for house batteries.
Aquadrive coupling connects engine to a 3 blade prop.
Rig & Sails
NORTH SAIL INVENTORY:
2. Full, non-overlap Genoa
3. Jib for Inner Forestay
4. Code O
Hull & Deck
HULL & DECK:
The deck layout comprises a flush foredeck, deck salon house with an aft cockpit. The cockpit layout incorporates twin helm stations, enclosed transom with drop down swim platform, dinghy garage for 10' RIB, companionway at the forward end of the cockpit, a removable cockpit dining table and ample, comfortable cockpit benches. There is a full dodger that covers the companionway area or disappears in a flush garage. Similarly, the bimini covers the after part of the cockpit and closes into a flush hatch aft of the helmsman. Streamlined and ergonomic, all sail handling gear is operable from the cockpit area.
The hull, deck, bulkheads and related structures are all built from Carbon Fiber Unidirectional and Woven Carbon Fiber and Woven Arimid Hybrid, wetted out and vacuum bagged with Epoxy resins. Coring material is Corecell. All finished surfaces are primed and finished with Awlgrip. Full details of construction methods and material schedules are available.
The side decks, foredeck, cockpit soles, aft steps, seats and inside of transom door are finished with 7 mm thick Siam teak laid on epoxy.
The remaining deck surfaces are painted with Awlgrip.
Hull & Deck
There is a removable varnished teak cockpit table in cockpit, with leaves that fold out to both sides and a handrail along forward edge.
RUDDER & RUDDER POST:
The rudderpost and rudder blade are carbon. The rudder itself is carbon and has a foam core. The rudder bearing brace is stainless steel. JP3 self-aligning waterproof bearings are used.
A separate compartment for chain is located in the forepeak.
The lazzarette is configured to act as a dinghy garage and has capacity for a 10' inflatable dinghy. The door is hydraulically operated and there is a block and tackle stored within that is used for launching and hauling the dinghy. The transom door is secured with two dogs from the outside, the door hinges are flush and the hatch is flush with the deck.
FORWARD GUEST CABIN:
Opposite the galley is a guest cabin with upper and lower berth and adjoining head.
The navigation station is to starboard, opposite the galley. It is fitted with a settee, a forward facing chart table 36" x 30" flat with a top opening lid to access the charts underneath. The vertical panel’s forward and outboard of the chart table contain navigation instruments and houses a computer, printer, and shelf/cupboard to charge and store handheld VHF, flashlights and so forth.
The owner's cabin has an island double berth with drawers underneath. The bed tops hinge to access storage underneath. Above the bunk P&S there are under- deck hung aircraft lockers. There is a side table and a hanging locker by the port berth.
There is a large head with separate stall shower.
To port and starboard are built-in settee areas with tables on each side that fold out to form a dining table. The dinette easily seats eight guests, as does the cockpit dining table.
Behind both areas are shelves that incorporate lockers and bookcases. A flat screen is mounted on the bulkhead to port. The space under the sole houses mechanicals. The settee and floor dissemble to access the genset.
Ship's electrical requirements are supplied by a Mastervolt Whisper 10kW Ultra genset, with soundproof box installed in the machinery space.
A factory installed PTO, ( Power Take Off)- and a factory installed hydraulic pump drives a hydraulic pump for the bow thruster, a swing retracting Max Power R-200/8, 10KW. The joystick control is located in the starboard coaming locker at cockpit helm station.
Engine gauges are located at the helm station and include:
Oil pressure gauge for engine and gearbox.
Water temperature gauge.
Starting and stopping buttons.
Audible alarm systems for oil pressure.
Audible alarms for water temperature and water flow and exhaust pyrometer.
FRESH WATER SYSTEM
Two 160 Gallon water tanks are fashioned of carbon fiber, intergral to the hull. There is a Spectra Gulfstream 400 watermaker that provides 100 GPD maximum. There is a charcoal filter for water flowing from the watermaker to the fresh water tanks. Two pumps plumbed in parallel provide fresh water for the galley, heads and deck showers. There is also a charcoal water filter in the system to filter all domestic water whether from tanks or shore hookup.
There is a 20 Gallon insulated stainless steel hot water tank heated by shore power, generator or main engine heat exchanger.
There are four Raritan ‘Atlantes’ electric toilets discharging directly into holding tanks. The holding tanks can be either evacuated directly overboard via switch or through selecting "Y" valve to pump out station. The toilets are operable by either fresh or salt water, controled by a solenoid switch.
There are four fresh water showers including the swim platform.
The bilge system consists of:
An alarm system for high water level in all bilge areas.
A self-priming electric pump delivery located in mechanical space
2 Whale Gusher 30 hand pumps, one in the cockpit, one under the navigation area sole.
4 self-priming electric submersible pumps installed to pump the lazarette, aft accommodations, forward accommodation and forepeak sections of the yacht. Mechanical space pump is activated by a manual switch. All others are activated by float switches.
Lights indicating pump use are installed at the cockpit helm station and in the navagation area.
There is an anchor wash fed by a dedicated salt-water high volume pump, via an outlet in the anchor arm, wired to operate with the windlass up control.
GPS & Chartplotter
Dedicated PC, Ship's Computer
All Sailing Instruments are Brookes & Gatehouse
PUSHPITS & PULPITS:
Bow and stern rails are made of 316 ornamental, highly polished stainless steel.
The forward end of the bow pulpit is open with a rod gate. Fixtures for navigation lights are integrated.
STANCHIONS & LIFELINES:
There are 14 tapered stainless steel stanchions, with stainless steel wire lifelines.
Stanchion bases are set into the toerail. There are opening gates on port and starboard side.
TOE-RAIL AND FAIRLEADS:
The toe rails are painted composite going from bow to stern. Fairleads will have rollers and match the shape of the toe-rail. They are of highly polished stainless steel.
The windlass is an electric Lewmar 2000 vertical 24VDC, with chain gypsy and rope capstan . The windlass is stowed under deck with chainlocker below.
There is one dodger to protect the companionway in the cockpit. The dodger folds down flush in a covered house recess and is quick and easily to set up. There is a Bimini for the aft end of cockpit which folds down flush in a covered deck recess, also easy and quick to put up.
All hatches are flush composite plain or glass deck hatches, fitted in the interior with sliding bug screens and sliding semi-reflective sun-screens. All hinges on hatches and lockers are hidden internal hinges. All hatches and lockers in way of teak are borderless.
Hull & Deck
WINDOWS IN SUPERSTRUCTURE:
There are fixed windows covering the front and side of the pilothouse. The windows are chemically strengthened, 2 x 6mm laminated glass with 60% grey tint. The deck, mullions, and pilot top are of carbon fiber construction and have rebates to accept the windows flush.
There is a dedicated locker built into the aft cockpit under the deck, housing two 8-man life rafts.
COCKPIT SHOWER LOCKER:
There is a shallow locker inside the transom door, to starboard for faucets and the shower head.
SPRIT POLE SUPPORT:
The sprit pole housing and pole is located on the centerline and retracts into the bow below the head stay recess and is hydraulically actuated from the cockpit.
SUN DECKS: Aft of the helmsman's stations and forward of the mast there is ample room for lounging, either under sail or at rest.
MAST & RIG:
Park Avenue Boom and Mast are of High Modulus Carbon Fiber by Nordic Masts
Harken mainsail track with double track for lower stack height
Harken Carbon headstay foil on furler
Navtec Nitronic 50 Rod standing rigging
Spectra or Vectran Halyards
Harken Winches and Deck Hardware
The emergency tiller is composite and fits the squared socket in the head of the rudderstock. It is complete with lugs with eyes to which relieving tackle may be fastened. There is a dedicated storage brackets handy to the helm station.
STEERING PEDESTALS & COMPASSES:
There are two Suunto D135 steering compasses mounted on the twin steering pedestals with low-level red lighting controlled by a rheostat in nav area. The custom pedestals also house engine controls and sailing instruments.
ANCHOR ARM/ ROLLER:
There is a pivoting anchor arm built of carbon composite with rollers, operated by a genoa or spinnaker halyard. It folds into a dedicated locker in the deck.
The galley has a very open feeling with direct visual access to the salon and dining areas. All working surfaces are stone and are fitted with racks for glasses and dishes, plenty of shelving with removable fiddles, bins, drain boards, cutting boards and drawers. All counters have fiddles on all sides. There is a split garbage bin under the counter. The galley is equipped with gimballed oven and 4 burner stove, air handler system, microwave oven and top and front loading refrigerator and freezer. The ice boxes are installed athwartship for easy access while under sail. The aft leg of the galley has a washer-dryer unit built in underneath the counter..
AFT GUEST CABINS:
The starboard guest cabin is fitted with two single berths with drawers underneath, a hanging locker with drawers to starboard and aircraft type locker storage with bookcases. On the centerline forward of the berth there is access to the engine.
The head includes a washbasin with underneath locker and mirror and a stall shower. Access can be gained from the corridor as well as from the stateroom.
The port guest stateroom and head mimic the starboard.
The forepeak, intended as crew quarters, is fitted with a Pullman bunk, a washbasin with locker and mirror and a marine toilet.
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 866-470-0813Tel: (860) 536-7776