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60' Mariner '78 "Ono"
Available now after long New Zealand travel shutdown due to Covid.
ONO has been imported into New Zealand, so easy to explore the fabulous New Zealand cruising grounds or head offshore to Tonga, Fiji, New Caledonia or Australia. An added bonus is that she is moored in Gulf Harbour on the Hauraki Gulf, within sight of the 2021 America's Cup course.
ONO was built by and for a group of engineers/scientists who worked for Tektronix, an electronics firm near Portland, Oregon. The design, called a Mariner 60, was a custom project by the noted naval architect Stan Huntingford (his production designs include the Cooper, Mapleleaf, and Passport series). Her interior joinery was created from black walnut harvested specifically for the project. The greatest care and precision were taken in all aspects of the construction. After a few years of use the original group dissolved and a series of owners cruised her extensively in the waters of the Pacific Northwest from Alaska to Mexico. The present owners purchased her for use as a private yacht and as a platform for marine research. The heavy construction, extended cruising range, spacious interior layout, and available storage made her ideal for the intended use. From 2000-2002 onboard systems were updated and modifications made by Legendary Yachts of Washougal, Washington. An improved rig design was provided by Robert Perry and the new custom chainplates were designed by Stan Huntingford. Since the refit she has been maintained to the highest standards and is ready for a new owner to sail off on new adventures anywhere on the globe. ONO needs to be seen to appreciate her unique features. Health issues are the prime reason for the sale.
ONO was surveyed for insurance purposes Nov 24, 2020. Follows are the surveyor's comments:
"Ono is one of the best built & maintained yachts I have ever surveyed." signed Harry Jorgensen, Marine Surveyor.
It is the seller’s intention to sell the vessel in US currency at a price of $299,000. The 20-meter Gulf Harbour berth license, valid to 2088, is available with the boat at a package price of US$749,000. Berthage details available on request.
For your convenience we have an in-country representative capable of showing you this vessel on short notice.
Master cabin aft, queen berth and head with sink and toilet (provision for handheld shower but never installed), access to cockpit via companionway and hatch. Passageway starboard side with pilot berth and storage to the right and the engine room door to the left. Engine room has stand-up clearance, workable, tool chest, storage. Passageway ends forward at main salon. To starboard: navigation station, glass cabinet above filing cabinet, settee with pilot berth outboard. To port: galley, then main salon table. Passageway forward has guest cabin 1 to port, double berth, hanging locker, small desk; head to starboard with sink, toilet, and shower. Forward cabin has queen berth to port and single berth to starboard. All berths have lee cloths. Forward and aft lazarettes accessed through hatches on deck.
110V refrigerator and freezer
4-burner propane stove/oven/broiler
Water filtering system
Water system: Pressure primary and secondary back-up, Manual at galley, sea
Plumbed saltwater system that can go to the shower or a wash-down pump
17-gallon water heater
Splendide clothes washer/dryer
Vertical refrigerator, chest freezer, each with plates chilled by two compressors; Norcold chest cooler for drinks
ST60 wind speed and direction
ST60 speed and distance logs
ST60 depth sounder
Interphase Twinscope forward scanning sounder
Interphase FLS fishfinder
ST7000 autopilot with remote
Ritchie Globemaster compass
Furuno GP31 GPS primary
Furuno AIS secondary
RC631, RC320 chart plotter
M402B, M304 VHF radio
M1, M2A hand-held VHF radio
M710RT 2-stations hamSSB radio
Eartec 2-headset intercom
Auto display rudder angle indicator
Water usage/making monitor tank level indicator
Jensen stereo with iPod connection, Bose speakers, Sanyo 15" TV, Sanyo DVD player
Plotting tables, fixed at nav station and portable for cockpit
Multifunction Seatalk repeaters at helm, nav station and by owner’s berth
12V DC - 24V DC
110V AC - 220V AC (charging and engine room outlets only)
Ship: (4) 275ah AGM's (2014) 550@24V amp hours
Engine start: (2) 125ah AGM (2016) 125ah@24V amp hours
Thruster/windlass: (2) Gp 27 AGM (2016) 125ah@24V
Generator start: (2) 12V AGM batteries (new 2018) 250ah@12V (new Oct 2018)
For genset battery parallel switch
E-meter battery monitor
Mastervolt 80amp 24V (240V ac shore power)
140a Balmar on main engine.
Separate 120V smart chargers for engine start, genset start and thruster/windlass battery banks.
Separate alternator for start battery
Solar panels through solid state regulator
Trace 4kW inverter/charger
Phasor generator; 9.5 KW; 700 hours
(4) solar panels
16a/240V ac shore power cord
12V panel serviced by stepdown transformer; see wiring diagrams and information from Legendary Yachts
130lb Bruce on 300' 7/16" HT chain as primary, secondary rode 300' " nylon with 30' of that chain
55lb, 25lb Danforths
100lb 3-piece fisherman-style anchor
Anchors, chain, rode
Maxwell 3500 vertical electric windlass with foot switches and Quik remote control handset
Bimini, hard dodger, complete cockpit enclosure panels, complete sun awnings, wind scoops, port scoops, caprail, dorade, grab-rail, and winch covers
Aquapro 10' RIB with (2) 15-HP Mercury outboards (one carried as a spare)
Forespar outboard hoist davit system
Anchor and steaming lights
Spreader light (LED)
Dock lines and fenders
Bow pulpit, rails
Boarding platform with safety railing, adjustable height off water, mounts on either side; see photos.
Cockpit freshwater shower w/ hot/cold water
Outboard lifting tackle
Large fish cleaning table
Powerpoint for down-rigger or SNUBA system
Nonskid decking (KiwiGrip over molded ridges)
Date of last bottom paint Jun 2020, next scheduled June 2022
Actual LOA: 63’
Foam cored above the turn of the bilge; plugs available for inspection
Manual boom vang
Wire standing rigging
Aluminum deck-stepped, keel-stepped mast
Whisker pole, Hall Spars, carbon fiber
Roller furler: Mainsail: Leisurefurl
(2) Barlow 36ST jib winches
Barient 26 mizzen sheet/topping lift/vang winch
Barient 36ST electric mainsheet, mizzen furling, mizzen halyard, jib furling winch
Andersen 46ST electric main halyard, main vang, main furling, main topping lift winch.
(2) Barlow 26 winches on mainmast - one self-tailing.
(2) Barlow 24 winches on mizzen mast
Barlow 36 winch on aft cabin top
Barlow 26 winch on foredeck
Main, mizzen, jib all Doyle sails, new 2001, cleaned and stored with them in the winter
Good to excellent condition
Fully battened on Leisurefurl booms
Storm staysail, self-tending, on removable inner forestay
Asymmetric spinnaker in Doyle chute
Wire rigging new 2014
All terminals are Norseman or Stalok
Rig redesigned by Robert Perry and Stan Huntingford in 2000, all new heavy stainless chainplates, tangs, etc.
All working sails can be set and furled using electric winches with foot pedals.
Single 135/hp Diesel IB 2000 Perkins M135, 1400 hrs
Emergency engine stop
Lube oil stor/trans system
Raw water sea strainer
3:1 transmission ratio
Stove/engine fuel shut-off valves
Cockpit engine controls
Thermal/acoustic engine area insulation
Engine fire extinguishing: Halon/automatic, certification is current, retested May 2019
(2) manual, (4) electric bilge pumps plus Erickson shaft pump
Hydraulic/wheel steering; manual/tiller emergency steering
(2) Lavac manual heads with Y-valves for holding tank or overboard discharge
70-gallon fiberglass holding tank
Graywater holding tank with automatic pumpout
OceanMaster watermaker; capacity 880GPD
(2) Espar D4 diesel heaters with ductwork supplying all living spaces
Tools, vise, spares.
2250psi SCUBA compressor, tested, serviced and operational in January 2019
Gold Coast oil filtration system
35-gallon day tank, stainless steel, fuel polishing system
Raycor 500FG and Algi-X to day tank
Raycor 500FG and Algi-X from day tank to equipment
Systems refit 2000-2001 by Legendary Yachts. Schematics and information about all systems onboad was printed by Legendry Yachts and updated by the owner since that time.
(6) life jackets
Fireboy automatic fire suppression system with automatic engine/generator/blower shutdown and manual override
(5) manual fire extinguishers, serviced regularly
Switlik 6-person life raft with torroidal ballast option
Bell, horn and whistle
Jack lines and harnesses
Strobe - manual with buoys and MOB
Bottomsider cockpit cushions suitable for throwable flotation
(2) horseshoe buoys with strobes.
24' Paravane sea anchor with rode.
Shewman drogue and rode.
Polypropylene rode for stern ties ashore.
Nylon snubbers for anchor rode.
All seller’s personal effects on board are excluded from the sale of this vessel.