2005 Voyage Yachts 495
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- Located In:
- Scarborough, stateprovince.QLD, Australia
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- Current Price:
- A$ 279,000 Tax Paid (US$ 198,648)
This Australian registered Voyager 495 is steel plated that was rolled in Holland and exported to Australia for the build. The hull has been designed for fast passage making, but is equally at home once you arrive, with space to relax. She is spacious enough for her owners to enjoy the company of guests, but is set-up to be easily handled by a couple.
This yacht is currently set up for a cruising couple but having two private cabins enables the owners to invite friends and family aboard for extended stays in complete comfort and privacy.
Her excellent sailing ability and large internal layout gives the prospect of affordable family cruising to far off destinations, and includes extras such as a water maker and genset.
She makes the perfect platform for anyone looking for a safe reliable live aboard world class cruising vessel.
This fine passage maker, with a performance pedigree, is being offered for immediate sale, lying at our Marina. Her owners now have commitments ashore and are committed to selling. Having overseen the build, from input into the original design, right through to the final fit out they are proud of what they have achieved, but time moves on and plans change.
Having the safety of an internal helm station as well as the center cockpit helm allows for any heavy weather sailing in complete comfort.
Please contact David Flynn at +61 (0)4 2370 0782
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 15.09 m
Beam: 4.57 m
Maximum Draft: 2.13 m
Number of heads: 2
Reference: YDSJSRV495 Location: Scarborough QLD Region: Queensland Year: 2005 Designer: Roberts Voyager 495 Builder: Andy Law Australia / Macgregor Marine / Trad Tech Yachts Length: 49' 6" - 15.09m Beam: 4.57m Draft: 2.13m Displacement: 23,000kg approx Keel / Ballast: Three quarter keel with 5.5 tons of pure lead in keel. Hull Material: Steel 5mm rolled plate Deck Material: Steel 4mm Engine: Vessel is powered by the four cylinder fresh water cooled 55.5kw Yanmar 4JH3/TE engine and gear box. Engine room is accessed via the lift out panels in Saloon floor, giving easy manoeuvrability for service and maintenance. Hidrive hydraulic steering. Grey water 500lts approximately. Rudder and rudder shaft are stainless steel. Engine Make: Yanmar HorsePower: 75 Fuel Type: Diesel. Engine Hours: Approx 1297 hours at time of listing. Cruise Speed: 7kts under power, depending on conditions. Propulsion: Shaft drive with large three blade folding prop. PSS shaft seal Genset: 6Kva Mass Power generator driven by three cylinder fresh water cooled Yanmar diesel engine with remote power control. Fuel: 400L, plus 50L day tank Water: 600 litres (3 x 200L ) Galley: Situated to port, the galley is mid ships to create a stable work area and the ability to still be able to prepare food when the going gets a little rough. It is a well thought out cruising galley. It is furnished with Corian style bench tops and stainless steel sink, and includes pressure water system, gas detector, and Sensa tank monitor.
The SMEG 3 burner oven on gimbals, and domestic sized fridge, as well as a microwave oven, will make cooking a pleasure. Refrigeration: Ample storage for cold stores, provided by 12V Dometic fridge in galley, with separate top loading 12V freezer unit. Freezer: Yes Stove: Smeg 3 burner WaterMaker: Cruise RO Water Maker Hot Water System: Yes Accommodation: Spacious and airy interior layout will suit long distance liveaboard cruisers. Loads of storage capacity, sensible galley set up, and easy access throughout. The deckhead and hullsides are lined, sprayed on closed cell polyurethane foam with spuce stringers, birch veneer plywood and solid trim.
The Aft stateroom cabin has a king sized walk around bed, with ensuite forward and to port. This ensuite features large vanity and ample storage as well as the shower over a half bath. The owners stateroom has storage aplenty, both port and starboard lockers and shelving above. There is also storage below the berth for bulky items. Natural cross ventilation and lighting is provided by four opening ports, and the central deck hatch which is located directly above the berth.
Moving forward, the Stateroom has a settee which can double as a passage berth to starboard, and large storage lock amidships under the cockpit. Two more opening ports are found in this area.
Stepping through to the Saloon/Wheelhouse/Galley area, you find the internal Helm station to starboard. Here you have engine control, navigation equipment, safety gear and Destroyer style stainless steel wheel.
Opposite, to port, and up one step, is the fore and aft Saloon seating around a nicely crafted timber table, which lowers to be a double berth if required, port passage berth behind table.
Four companionway stairs lead down to this area from the cockpit.
Continuing forward and down one step, the well equipped galley is immediately to port, and opposite, to starboard, is a large top opening electric refrigeration unit, electric breaker panels and genset controls, along with a second settee cum berth. The galley is more fully described below.
Forward again, past the guest head to port, you enter the Pullman style guest double berth. As with the remainder of the vessel, the storage is more than adequate for extended offshore cruising.
Corian style Vanity benchtops in both heads, with mixer over stainless steel basin, and mirror behind.
Ample storage in heads for personal items. Cabins: 3 Berths: 7 Shower: 1 x hot/cold in owner's stateroom, plus half bath. 1 x hot/cold in forward head. 200 lts holdin Toilet: 1 x electric in owner's stateroom, one x electric in forward guest head. 200lts holding tank. Entertainment: Kogan flat screen TV in Saloon.
Speakers under Saloon seating.
Bauhm TV in State room. Both 12v operation
IPod connection Dinghy: Southern Pacific inflatable on stainless steel davits. Outboard: Suzuki 4 stroke outboard. Covers: Cockpit Dodger.
Full boom tent.
Deck hatch covers.
Covers for cockpit instruments. Ground Tackle: Muir 12v electric anchor windlass with chain gypsy and rope drum controlled either fwd or at cockpit.
Snubber for chain.
Anchor locker access forward from forward guest cabin.
New chain 100m Safety Gear: Assorted safety equipment, to be confirmed at time of survey.
Duel BEP gas detectors.
SOS reel swing.
Three x 3700 gallon per hour bilge pumps.
Mains isolation transformer Bilge Pumps: Yes Electrics: Victron Energy battery monitor computer controlled and inverter charger.
400 w Windpower turbine
Sensa Tank Marine 100 tank monitor.
12 volt DC electrical panel with breakers.
DC volt battery monitor.
DC Amp gauge, breakers and breaker lights.
240 volt electrical panel, with breakers and breaker lights.
House batteries 800 amp hour.
Dedicated 12v battery for anchor windlass and each diesel engine.
3 Kva inverter/charger. Isolation transformer
Deck lights on spreaders.
Hella fans throughout.
Steca solar x 2, charge controller PR2020.
180 w solar panel switchable from anchor windless battery to house batteries
All lights on boat except running lights are LED
Automatic anchor light
Internal lights for night running
Navigation: Furuno radar/plotter, Navnet Cmap NTMax.
Navman 3100S Autopilot.
Navman 3100S wind.
Navman 3100 speed.
Tank watch by Parker.
Windex wind indicator on mast head.
Matrix AIS+ GX2150 standard horizon. Sail Inventory: Cutter rig with twin furlers, Fully battened mainsail with three reefs
Single line reefing Mast / Rigging: Mast and boom by Seldon are aluminium, and have been professionally fabricated by Allyacht Spars.
Aluminium mast is a twin spreader rig.
Arco stainless steel furlers on headsail and inner.
Hutchenson self tacking inner headsail.
Adjustable preventer on boom.
Adjustable solid boom vang.
Most lines lead aft from mast.
Mast steps to top of mast.
Twin stainless steel backstays. Deck Gear: Steel plating was rolled and imported from Holland, plating around keel is 6mm. 12mm on bottom.
Hull below water line is 5mm.
Topside and decks are 4mm.
Bulwark, gunnel and 1/2 pipe all stainless steel
Stainless steel bow rail.
Cabin top stainless steel hand rails.
Stainless steel bowsprit with bobstay.
Stainless steel stanchions.
Twin stainless steel safety lines.
Stainless steel aft rail and seating, port and starboard.
Stainless steel swim ladder aft on centre line.
Topside Lewmar opening ports.
Lewmar deck hatches.
Topside painted with 2 pack Altex paint.
Fordeck and side deck painted Yacht tread type non slip material.
Self draining cockpit with stainless steel tubes.
Edson Stainless steel Destroyer type wheel on pedestal with locking mechanism.
Stainless steel davits with solar panels above.
Large deck hatch over rear cabin.
Stainless steel Sampson post at bow.
Twin bow rollers.
Deck wash fitting.
One x Magma BBQ charcoal.
One x Magma BBQ gas.
Fish filleting tray on starboard side.
Six x stainless steel dorades.
Forward cockpit winches are Arco with hydraulic controls.
Lift up perspex and alloy companionway hatch, lockable from inside.
Most deck gear, winches, travler, windless and clutches mounted on thick stainless steel inserts
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.
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