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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Mallorca, Spain
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- EUR 600,000 Tax Paid (US$ 648,480)
Built by the Salona yard in Croatia she was the flagship of their range and marked a new chapter in their history.
SUENONE offers a combination of elegant design with a well-balanced spacious interior.
Designed by Jason Ker (famous for his America Cup work) she is an excellent performance cruiser.
The large sail plan gives good performance but she is easily managed – and SUENONE benefits from upgraded Axxon carbon rig and Park Av boom.
Please contact Simon Turner at +34 971 707900
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: AD Brodovi / Salona Yachts
Designer: Jason Ker
Flag of Registry: Malta
LOA: 19.20 m
Beam: 5.35 m
Minimum Draft: 3.50 m
Maximum Draft: 3.50 m
Dry Weight: 25000 kgs
Total Power: 160 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4 cylinder
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 680
Propeller: Folding propeller
Engine Power: 160 HP
Cruising Speed: 8 knots
Maximum Speed: 10 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: (1200 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: (900 Liters)
Number of single berths: 2
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 4
Number of bathrooms: 4
Engine and Mechanical
The engine room is easy accessible through opening the companionway stairs and/or removing the side hatches ( provided in both aft cabins) the Engine compartment is sound and thermal insulated with non flammable foam material. There are automatic Fire Extinguishers.
1 x Yanmar Diesel Engine 4 cylinder, 160HP 118KW (larger than standard)
3 blade folding propeller, shaft drive.
Hours – 680 at Sept 2016
Max Speed – 10 NM
Cruising Speed – 8-9 NM
Range – 800 NM
Consumption - 10 l/h
The engine compartment is sound and thermal insulated with n on flammable foam material.
There is an automatic Fire Extinguisher.
Bow Thruster – retractable SidePower electric, own batteries and charger
Fischer Panda Generator 12kW
Marine Air Air-conditioner and heating – 4 units, one for each cabin.
Fuel (aluminium tank) 850 litres
Water Fresh (aluminium tanks) 1200 litres
Black Water 40 litres x 3, one for each toilet
Grey water 135 litres aft + 90 litres forward/owner
Hot water Tank 40 litres
Hull and Deck construction
HULL and DECK CONSTRUCTION
Vacuum infused epoxy based vinyl ester cored GRP with gelcoat finish.
Topsides in pale grey
Transparent gel coat under the waterline for visual quality control.
Thermal and sound insulated hull and deck.
Stress areas (where winches and major deck fitting are fixed) reinforced with aluminum or higher density core. Stainless reinforcement in way of keel.
Hull and deck are screwed and bonded with structural glue.
Twin rudder system with independent gear, linked together (one rudder blade or steering system failure does not affect other rudder system).
Semi-balanced rudders with self aligning roller bearings.
Double steering wheels black GFC carbon look 1100mm.
Emergency tiller in stainless steel.
Keel: Cast iron fin keel with lead bulb, draft 3m.
DECK FITTINGS & EQUIPMENT
Teak decking, on cockpit, seats, coach roof and side decks.
Two steering pedestals prepared for chart plotter installation
Transom swimming platform with swimming ladder, hydraulically operated.
Dinghy storage bellow cockpit ( inclined garage with gear for easy handling dedicated for 3.3m rib jet)
Stainless steel bow fitting (with anchor/chin roller).
Composite chain plates.
Self-draining anchor/chain locker.
12 stainless steel stanchion bases. Stanchions and guard-wires. Opening gates port and starboard
Opening portholes in cockpit.
8 port lights on hull. 8 size 10 flush hatches. 4 size 20 flush hatches 3 size 60 flush hatches.
Two storage lockers in mid cockpit.
Dry stowage locker on port and stb side.
Outboard drained compartment on port side for two gas bottles.
Compartment for life raft stowage on starboard side.
Foldable foot platforms for helmsman – flat when closed.
Rudder stocks head, for installing the emergency tiller, bellow helmsman platforms.
Single lever engine control on steering pedestal.
Deck equipment switches on steering pedestals.
Isotherm drinks fridge at cockpit.
Anchoring & mooring:
Electric anchor winch.
50 kg anchor. 80m anchor chain.
Delta Anchor with a 30m galvanized chain of 12mm diameter.
Stainless steel foldable anchor arm.
6 retractable mooring cleats.
Harken electric 2 x 80 2 speed self tacking – controls/halyards
Harken electric 2 x 70 2 speed self tacking – jib sheets
Electrical / Plumbing Systems
Schenke Water plant 90 litres/hour
Hot & cold pressurized fresh water system led to separate manifolds
Ventilated aluminium fresh water tanks placed bellow flooring in the saloon for a total capacity of approx. 1200 litres with inspection holes/covers.
Tank level gauges on the electric switchboard.
Mixing fresh water taps are fitted in both Head units and in the Galley.
The hot water tank is heated by integrated heater run with 220V shore power or by engine cooling (fresh) water calorifier.
Shower basins are drained direct into the sea by electric shower pumps.
Electric shower pumps are operated by a switch positioned in the Shower compartments.
Shower in cockpit (hot and cold water).
Electric bilge pump, operated by automatic and/or manual switch
Electric bilge pump for aft bilge operated by automatic and/or manual switch
Hand operated bilge pump is positioned in the cockpit.
Deck wash hose, one on deck and one in garage.
24/12 V DC SYSTEM
7 x Batteries 1120 Ah
Electrical Board runs on 12v and 24v
Shore Power 240v
3 x Victron Battery Chargers, for the service / motor and thruster
2 x 12V Sockets
12 x 220V Sockets
LED Navigation Lights
Main Switchboard includes LED indicator and thermo magnetic switches
Emergency start crossover system
Shore Power dock side Cable and separate cable and connection for air conditioning.
Navigation and Mechanical Systems
NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION:
Brookes and Gatehouse Triton instrument package including:
B&G speedometer; B&G Sumlog with repeater; B&G Echo sounder;
B&G Rudder indicator; B&G Wind detector
B&G chart-plotter Triton x 2, one at each helm
B&G Radio/telephone AIS/DSC
B&G wi-lan system. Wifi on board. Router for internet with card.
Maretron DSM250 computer – connects to B&G
Electric monitoring for systems
Screen retracts into desk
There are a total of five cabins.
The fore peak is crew accommodation - one cabin with two berths and separate head. It has access from the deck.
Owner’s cabin lies forward of the saloon and has a large double berth on centreline with storage under. There are drawer lockers under the bed as well as double wardrobes on the port and starboard side of the cabin. A desk and chair are on the port side.
The ensuite head area forward has a marine toilet, wash basin, separate shower cubicle.
The galley area is to starboard in a U shape area –practical for use at sea. It has Corian work tops and twin stainless steel sinks. The electric cooker with 4 burners and grill is gimballed. There are two refrigerators with ice box, a Bosch microwave and dishwasher. The galley provides plenty of storage space.
Opposite to port is a twin cabin with upper and lower beds.
The wide saloon has a U shape sofa to starboard with dining table (that moves up and down as well as folding up or opening out) – it can form a bed. On port side is a sofa.
The book shelves above the settee hold enough books to relax on any cruise. There are also stowage lockers under the seats and behind backrests.
Hull windows either side help to make the salon a bright and airy space.
Aft of the saloon on port side is the navigation area, desk and seat.
The companionway to the cockpit is on the centreline.
To aft on starboard by the entrance is a hanging locker for wet sailing clothes.
Aft, are two double guest cabins - one each side.
Both have the same layout with double berth and hanging locker space. There is also some storage cupboards above the bed along the hull side. There is a seat that can be used as a shoe locker.
Each guest cabin has its own ensuite head unit with marine toilet, wash basin and separate shower cubicle.
Sails and Rigging
SPARS & Rigging
Sloop rig, 9/10ths.
In place of the standard performance silver anodized aluminium mast SUENONE has the optional
Axxon carbon mast and Axxon carbon boom (Park Avenue style).
Triple swept back spreaders.
The mast step is stepped on to the deck, reinforced with steel structure below deck.
Electric thru deck Bamar Jib Furler
Rod-kicker hydraulic vang system
Harken mainsail track with “switch” system for fully battened sail.
Electric Code zero Furler.
Hydraulic backstay adjuster/tensioner
Lazy jacks for easy stowage of mainsail.
Two (internal) reef lines for single line reefing system: one clew out-haul device
Standing Rigging: Discontinuous stainless steel rod rigging.
Running Rigging: Dyneema
All halyards, reef lines, and control lines are hidden bellow deck and led to the cockpit (winches).
Sail Brand Material Year Squ.
Battened Main Sail One Sails 4T Forte 2014 139
Genoa I One Sails 4T Forte 2014 101
Code Zero One Sails Dyneema 2016 189
Self tacking jib One Sails 4T Forte 2014 90
Gennaker with sock One Sails Nylon 150dp 2014 320
Boom cover/awning fixed to boom
Sprayhood. Bimini Top.
Sunbathing Cushions. Cockpit cushions.
Deck shower warm/cold
Integrated Bathing platform
Cockpit Table- rises electrically
Fenders. Mooring lines.
Speakers in the cockpit area
Fridge in the cockpit
4 under water lights
3 B&G mast displays
Safety & Security
2 x Fire Extinguishers and auto system in engine room.
2 x 6 man Liferafts, one in cockpit and other inside
Sea go buoy night light
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.