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This is a listing for a new semi-custom built Alibi 54 with 9 month delivery from order.When we say that the new Alibi 54 catamaran is one of the most revolutionary performance cruisers to appear on today's market - we really mean it. Sailors might have noticed that not much has changed in the last 2 decades and catamarans of the 80's do not look much different than the ones sailing today. Enter the Alibi 54 - an unprecedented new concept, designed from the ground up by the best naval architects and constructed in one of the most high tech yards in the world.
Performance and reliability of the Alibi 54 are emphasized by innovative features - many firsts on a cruising boat, such as hybrid electric drives, asymmetric daggerboards, square-topped mainsail, wing-mast and an ingenious tender storage under the nacelle just to name a few. Best of all - customers will appreciate the fact that they are not forced into a certain layout or option package. The Alibi 54 is marketed and built by a small team of industry professionals, such as naval architects, ocean racers and expert composite craftsmen who will listen to clients' requirements and build a unique boat around their program. There are very few high performance cruising catamarans on today's market. The ones on offer are very expensive and really do not present any new features. The Alibi 53 will become a limited production boat and is offered at a very attractive introductory price, presenting a unique opportunity for the discerning enthusiast to custom build a unique performance catamaran at nearly 40% less than the competition.
This offer is for an early delivery build slot at a special introductory price. Construction at the Alibi shipyard would take approx. 9 months from order.
Contact Gregor Tarjan at (516) 818 3113 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Please contact Gregor Tarjan at 516 818 3113
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Designer: Loic Goepfert
LOA: 55 ft 0 in
Bridge Clearance: 78 ft 0 in
Engine Brand: twin diesel-electric hybrid drives
Engine Power: 40.788634654839775 HP
Cruising Speed: 9 mph
Maximum Speed: 13 mph
Fresh Water Tanks: (126 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (126 Gallons)
LWL: 52.5' Beam: 27.5' Max Draft: 2.3'/8.5' Displacement: 8.5T
Construction: Construction specifications follow the highest standards of composite material manufacturing; biaxial and unidirectional fiberglass fabric Constructed over female moulds for perfect outer-skin Hand laid and vacuum-bagged for maximum strength Composite sandwich construction with foam core Additional carbon fiber reinforcements in highly loaded areas Carbon fiber longitudinal stringers, ring frames and crossbeams All bulkheads and structural bonding are made with biaxial glass cloth Sacrificial foam and glass “false” bow in case of impact Watertight bulkheads to seal off bow and stern compartments structural composite hull floors Kevlar impact strapping laminated around daggerboard trunks carbon fiber lifting daggerboards, post-cured in oven White gel coat on hull and deck Nonskid finish on deck Light and stiff ‘honeycomb’ structure for the interior furniture The Alibi 53 is virtually unsinkable due to her foam core volume, watertight bulkheads and buoyancy compartments fore and aft The Alibi 53 is built by our partner builder Chantier Naval de Larros in France options: Kevlar impact laminate on hull bottoms in order to allow beaching Choice of gel coat color to suit your requirements Miscellaneous:
Alibi decor : 2 dark blue waterline stripes (1 wide + 1 narrow) Antifouling operation manuals for all fitted equipment 1 x Owners manual Emergency tiller Steering:
Rudders and rudder heads strengthened with carbon fiber (4 feet draft) Upper and lower self-aligning rudder bearings Carbon crossbar and aluminum tillers Vectran steering cables leading to the carbon crossbar for responsive steering options: Smaller suspended rudders reinforced with carbon and Kevlar (3 feet draft) Retractable daggerboard style rudders with draft reducible to 2 feet Sails and accessories: Main sail: fully battened and square topped with (3 reefs) Solent with reinforced leech and UV protection Code 0 drifter with Roll Gen furling system Asymmetric spinnaker with Roll Gen furling system Strom Jib in Dacron double-ply Lazy-jacks and stack pack for main sail options: Main, Solent and Code in D4 (see highlight) Spars and standing rigging: All spar components are pre-preg carbon fibers autoclave backed 71.5 ft rotating carbon mast with swept back spreaders Carbon boom with carbon sheave box Spreader bars for lazy-jacks and sail cover attachments Carbon fiber gooseneck with stainless steel pin Carbon twin compression post and sprit Carbon fiber forward crossbeam Integral carbon fiber martingales Twin carbon fiber aerodynamic martingales’ spreader Rod Forestay in high modulus Stainless Steel within jib furler Aramid cap shrouds with low profile turnbuckles Aramid diamond shrouds with low profile turnbuckles Spectra lashing turnbuckles option: Fixed carbon mast Deck hardware: Deck layout optimized for single-handed sailing 100% Harken black magic blocks 100% Spinlock clutches and jammers 100% Harken track and ball bearing car 2 aluminum 2 speed Harken B53.2STA self-tailing winches 2 aluminum 2 speed Harken B48.2STA self-tailing winches 4 winch handles with holders All control lines led to the aft cockpit including: 2:1 Traveler control back on both lower winches 4:1 Mainsheet control: both top winches 2 quick release cleats on both top winches Self tacking jib sheet: starboard lower winch Profurl jib furling control: port lower winch Daggerboards control lines: both lower winches Code 0 drifter / Spinnaker sheets: both lower winches Code 0 drifter / Spinnaker furling control: both lower winches Cunningham sheet: port top winch All halyard : both top winches option: Electric self-tailing winches Running rigging: High tech, tapered, race-boat style halyards and control lines including: 1 x 2:1 Mainsail halyard 1 x Solent jib halyard 1 x 2:1 Spinnaker halyard 1 x 2:1 Code 0 drifter halyard 1 x Self tacking jib sheets 1 x Jib furling control line 2 x Code 0 drifter / Spinnaker sheets 1 x Code 0 drifter / Spinnaker furling control line 1 x Mainsheet 3 x Reef lines 1x Cunningham line 1x Mast rotation line Daggerboards control lines (2 x up & 2 x down) 2 x Mainsail traveler control lines 2 x Davit control lines Hull & Deck: All interior fixtures and fittings are high quality manufactured from high-grade corrosion resistant materials Fore peak (Port & Starboard) Empty space for miscellaneous stowage, painted white Ladder Access by large deck hatch Forward lockers 2 lockers located forward of the mast with stain less steel spring supports Portside locker: for sail storage Starboard locker: windlass, storage, watertight gas bottle locker Aft deck Twin ergonomic steering stations with engine controls and compass Twin Ø 36 inches steering wheels (leather sheathed) Twin helm seats Cockpit Large self draining cockpit, usable as an outdoor salon Hard topped bimini above the entire cockpit 1 x large cockpit table (up to 10 guess) C-shaped bench seat with three large cockpit lockers 2 stair cockpit storage compartments Sunbrella cockpit cushions with backrest on bench seats 2 x manual bilge pumps to keel sump options: Teak strip cockpit floor Sunbrella or solid U shaped curtains to close the cockpit Transom Transom steps inlaid with teak strips Storage locker in lower steps Large access panel in last couple of transom’s steps 5 steps to access water level Retractable swim ladder on port side Hot and cold water deck shower built in on port side Fuel filler and fresh water filler caps Pair of davits with stoppers lifting lines and snap shackles Diesel-Electric propulsion and electricity: Special AGT generators for Diesel-Electric drives (22kW) Twin 10 KW Electric drives Twin Varifold blade for minimum drag 3 x 2 throttle control: 1 at the nav station and 2 on both steering pods Soundproofed engine compartment Deep cycle batteries Engine bays painted in fire retardant gel coat Engine access through deck hatch on deck Exhaust fan and sea water filter in engine room Automatic Bilge Pump in engine room Siphon breaks fitted to raw water lines to engines Engine panels with tachometers, warning lights, alarm and engine hour meter in cockpit Electric engine stops to engine panels Fuel, water and holding tank gauges at chart table Auto fire extinguisher in engine electric’s bay Fuel / water separator and filters 2 x 66 gallon (250 liters) diesel tanks on starboard 2 x 70 amp/hr engine start batteries Electrical and batteries charge monitoring system 4 x 110 amp/hr domestic batteries DC distribution panel with circuit breakers Volt meters and amp meters to 12 v DC systems 1 x 12 v socket at chart table Victron Energy 3x2.5kW inverter Type Phoenix AC control panel 10 x 110V outlets Victron Energy inverter/charger for harbor AC connection Dock inlet with 1 socket on transom and 1 plug with 50’ cable Propane electronic solenoid switch Propane solenoid warning light in galley with separate breaker All room equipped with Touch sensitive red and white LED lights LED navigation and anchor lights
options: Special AGT generators for Diesel-Electric drives (16kW) 48V generators for Diesel-Electric drives (2x7.5kW) Smaller AGT Victron Energy 2x2.5kW inverter Type Phoenix Shaft inclined inward for reduced draft of 2 feet Z-drive replacement for shaft Docking and anchoring: 4 x Mooring cleats 1 x Anchor cleat 2 x 10 meter Nylon mooring line 2 x 20 meter Nylon mooring line 6 12’’x36’’ fenders Bridle on bows and stemhead on front beam Lofrans electric anchor windlass 2 Spade 140 anchors 3/8’’ chain with nylon rode S/S WASI swivel for connecting the anchor and the chain Fittings 1 Pair Stainless Steel pulpits with wooden seats & lights 4 aft guardrail in stainless steel tubes with stern light 1 x Set life gates to transoms Double stainless steel lifeline 2 life lines from bow to stern High performance mesh trampoline Lewmar hatches and opening hull ports. Deck toerails and handholds 1 life raft holder Tender 100% Inflatable dinghy with a V shaped keel (12,3 ft) 20 Hp outboard for the dinghy Outboard custom stern pulpits storage area options: Exploration tender 15 ft (4m50) heavy duty RIB tender from Narwhal 50 Hp outboard Under bridge deck arrangement designed for fast and safe access to the rib that allows keeping the outboard mounted Water, plumbing, tanks and climate control: 2 x 66 gallon (250 liters) clear water tanks on port side Fluids can be moved to fore and aft tank as longitudinal ballast Shut-off valve, gauges, turbine fuel and water separator Ultra whisper compact 600 25 gallon/hour (95l/h) watermaker 2 x 20 gallon (2 x 75 liters) water heaters (engine coolant loop & electric) Aqua jet hot and cold pressure water system with accumulator Electrical sump pump for each shower 2 Sanimarin SFA; quiet flush electric toilets Foresti & Suardi, hot and cold shower and single lever basin and sink mixers Salt water system pump in the galley All flush mounted thru-hull fitting below waterline All plumbing hoses are double clamped below waterline Bilge draining system including : hand pumps, electrical pumps and float switches options: Nuova Rade hot and cold shower in transom 2 x 12000 Btu/h air conditioning systems (hot and cold) with digital control in cabins On-board computer & Electronics: Media center Computer with Intel CoreDuo T2400 at 1.86GHz for top level navigation system, communication features and multimedia (TV, music, movies, pictures…) 19” 4/3 high definition lifting screen MaxSea navigation software including world chart, weather and optimum routing B&G Hydra H3000 main processor B&G ACP autopilot processor and series 7000 linear drive 4 B&G ultra bright FFD for visibility at the helm station 2 B&G digital display FFD at the chart table B&G FFD pilot control at the chart table Remote Vision, wireless pilot and instrument control B&G vertical carbon mast head unit B&G speed and depth sensors GPS antenna Simrad RA40 10’’ radar Simrad RD68 VHF Active echo transponder Magnetic compass with light at helm station options: Wide screen TV instead of the 19” computer screen Raymarine ST60 or ST290 navigation system Fleet 33 phone and data communication system Iridium phone (data kit included) communication system Car stereo instead of Media center Computer Interior (Custom Layout) 3 large double cabins (in red) Extra king size berth in saloon Owner’s hull to include large head with separate shower in starboard hull Interior aesthetics details to be refined by our designer to fit your living style Choice of upholstery fabrics to suit your requirements Handcrafted joinery option: Extra berth in starboard and/or port fore peak (in red) Saloon Huge main saloon with panoramic views 2,01 m (6’7”) headroom Central dining area with chart table to port and galley to starboard Raised dining area for eight people with stowage under Standing headroom throughout saloon Dining table with wood veneers Cushions and seatbacks; choice of upholstery from proposed selection Compartmentalized stowage lockers under the settees 3 folding chairs Large sliding glass in methacrylate and aluminum frame Sliding companionway doors to cockpit Synthetic wood floor Escape hatches options: Massive teak slatted floor in the bridge deck salon Air conditioning system (Up to 24 000 Btu) Lifting dining table for King size extra berth facility Chart table Wide wood veneers chart table facing forward with chart light and swing out seat Navigation/communication station with ample room for electronics Computer for top level navigation system, communication and multimedia Lifting 19” 4/3 high definition computer screen Instrument console with panel to install built in B&G electronics Galley Laminated solid surface work tops to galley 2 x Stainless Steel sink and drainer Foresti & Suardi, hot and cold sink mixer 5 cubic foot fridge 3 Burner stove with flush lid and gas detector Stainless steel oven Storage cupboards with shelves & cutlery drawers Stowage under settees Waste bin locker and sea hole for disposable rubbish option: 6 plates half size Dishwasher Microwave Starboard Hull 2.10 m (6’11”) headroom Owner cabin (aft) Lewmar overhead hatch Lewmar port lights to outboard and inboard sides Double berth: 2 m x 1,60 m (6’7”x 5’3”) with 10cm thick mattress Fabrics storage shelves Large hanging lockers and Fabrics storage shelves under bed Stowage under bed Wide bookshelves Shelf in bunk front Chrome berth spot/reading lights Midships - Gangway Storage outboard cupboard 5 cubic foot freezer ( 0°F = -18°C) Lewmar port light to outboard side Owner’s washroom Huge washroom Solid surface to basin area Foresti & Suardi, hot and cold d single lever basin mixer 2 Fabrics shelving units Large mirror Sanimarin SFA; quiet flush electric toilet Towel rail and accessories Large separate shower compartment with teak grating Shower complete with electric sump pump Foresti & Suardi, hot and cold shower rail kit Lewmar port light to outboard side option: 6,6 lbs (3 kg) of clothes washing machine Port Hull 2.10 m (6’11”) headroom Guess cabin (aft) Lewmar overhead hatch Lewmar port lights to outboard and inboard sides Double berth: 2 m x 1,60 m (6’7”x 5’3”) with 10cm thick mattress anging lockers and Fabrics storage shelves under bed Fabrics storage shelves Stowage under bed Wide bookshelves Shelf in bunk front Chrome berth spot/reading lights Midships - Washroom Foresti & Suardi, hot and cold single lever basin mixer Storage cabinet above basin with enlightened mirror Fabrics shelving units Sanimarin SFA; quiet flush electric toilet Towel rail and accessories Pressurized shower with electric sump pump with teak grating Foresti & Suardi, hot and cold shower mixer Lewmar port lights to outboard side Fore cabin Lewmar overhead hatch Lewmar port lights to outboard side Double berth: 2 m x 1,40 m (6’7”x 4’7”) with 10cm thick mattress Fabrics storage shelves Storage and shelves in fore peak Stowage under bed Bookshelves alongside berth Shelf in bunk front Chrome berth spot/reading lights Launching, commissioning and sea trial including: Launching in Larros (44°38’N 1°04’W) First sea trial options: Worldwide delivery Commissioning with high sailing skills professional skipper Crew members for ocean passage or ARC transatlantic race High sailing skills skipper for the journey of your choice
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?Tel: USA: +1 (631) 246-6448