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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Turkey, United Kingdom
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- EUR 169,000 Tax Not Paid (US$ 182,605)
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
KA Yachting Bolt 37
Flag of Registry: United Kingdom
Hull Shape: Other
LOA: 37 ft 0 in
Beam: 11 ft 5 in
Maximum Draft: 9 ft 2 in
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Drive Type: Sail drive
Hall Spars Carbon mast with twin swept back spreaders, with Awl Grip clear coat finish.
Nitronic 50 Rod standing rigging.
Deep profile Carbon race boom.
Internal adjustable hydraulic mast jack.
Aramid backstay cables
Equipped with 2:1 mainsail halyard, 1 fractional headsail halyard, 1 staysail halyard and 2 masthead spinnaker halyards
Mast deck collar with custom moulded resin wedge, adjustable mast step
2 Spectra spinnaker sheets with Sparcraft snapshackels or equivalent
2 Spectra jib sheets with Sparcraft snapshackels or equivalent
2 Spectra spinnaker tack line with Sparcraft snapshackels or equivalent
1 Spectra mainsheet
Mainsail traveller lines
Genoa traveller lines
2 x Spectra reef lines
Red/white cabin lighting under coach roof, galley and nav areas.
12 volt DC switch panel and battery indicator mounted on the engine box.
Battery isolator/selection switch mounted on the engine box.
Gel type batteries for engine start and service
12 V electrical panel for Engine, with fuel gauge, rev counter and start stop switches on the engine box.
Navigation LED lights on pushpit and pulpit and steaming light along with suitable marine thru deck fitting
Manual tap at galley sink, cold water only
Plumbed in seawater Marine WC, type Plastimo Plastic bowl, with flush seacocks type Shakewell or chemical heads
2 x Manual bilge pump one operable from below deck one from the cockpit
1 x automatic electric bilge pump with float switch exiting through the topsides
Flexible water tank (70 litres) under main bunks
ORC conforming toerail included in in the deck mould to the foredeck
Two (2) Harken # 40.2PTA primary winches.
One (1) Harken # 35.2STA winch in the pit
Two (2) Harken # 40.2PTA mainsheet winches
Two (2) Harken # 35.2PTA runner winches
5 Harken lock-in winch handles
2:1 Mainsheet system on Harken blocks, lead direct from the end of the track to mainsheet winches.
Harken adjustable mainsheet traveller with a 10:1 cascade purchase below deck and lead trimmers foot rest
Twin transverse tracks (27mm mid-range track with #2705B.HL cars), with ball-bearing car system
In-hauler system, 6:1 lead to cockpit
Up/Down system, 4:1 cascade with a 5:1 tail purchase (20:1 total) and fitted with a floating ring #C8684
2 Harken override fairleads #C8541
Harken spinnaker sheet blocks #3195 mounted on fwd leg of pushpit
Harken spinnaker sheet diverter blocks #3195 mounted on side decks
6 Harken Mast Blocks Halyard Leads
7 Spinlock Jammers (1 x main halyard, 2 x masthead, 1 x fractional, 1 x staysail, 2 x tack lines)
1 custom Spinlock deck organizer to lead halyards to winch
1 custom deck organizer to lead tack lines to winch
Solid vang with tail lead below deck 38:1 cascade purchase exiting cockpit sole close to main traveller
1 foredeck opening hatch
Double s/s rail pulpit and pushpit, 8 stanchion, 316 Stainless Steel tubing, tapered towards the top with 4 having support legs.
Lifelines shall be Stainless Steel
Foot chocks for helmsman, main trimmer and runner man attached to deck
A lightweight companionway wash board with lockLightweight Emergency tiller
Designed to meet ORC, IRC and IRM regulations. Boat is constructed to be lightweight but appropriate for serious racing.
Basic Galley with plumbed sink, manual water pump and location for moulding a single burners stove with disposable gas bottles connected to the burners.
Four clear dinghy hatches in the cockpit sides to allow for rope stowage below decks.
Engine box with removable portion to allow access to service engine and incorporating nav area.
The Hull, Deck, Bulkheads and Stiffners are made from multi and unidirectionnal glass fibre constructed using vinylester resin.
Incorporating a foam core over a female tooling mould. All laminations are carried out using vacuum assisted infusion techniques for perfect resin/fibre ratio's, to keep weight at a minimum and ensure lay-up quality.
Prepreg carbon fibre rudder stock and blade, vacuum bagged and cured at high temperature. Composite Tiller, twin pedestals on request. Rudder Bearings to be high quality self aligning roller type JP3 Type 4 or equivalent.
SAE4340 cast steel fin with CNC moulded composite skins. 3% Anthimony lead bulb, cast from CNC milled plug, painted and faired with templates.