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A race winner and a great boat ready to go. In good order she has Newer Awlgrip paint job over the carbon fiber hull, race bottom as fair and smooth as they come, stanchions and pulpit rebuilt, interior re-furbished. A great sail inventory that allows you to race around the buoys or where she has done well distancing racing All new running rigging, B&G electronics system, custom cradle and winter cover with framing.. Come and take a look, you will not be disappointed. New listing complete details to follow.
Designer: Bruce Farr
Builder: Robertson & Cain in South Africa
Built: September 1996
ILC-46 Class Design
Hull No. HQZ00229L696
Coast Guard Registration: 1114460
Beam: 14’ 2”
Draft: Swept Back Fin: 10’ 4”
Displacement: 17,298 Lbs.
Ballast: 3300 Lbs.
Mast: 73 feet above water line
Sail Area: Main & 100% Genoa 822sq ft.
PHRF Rating: -18
PHRF Crew Limit: 14
2005 Americap Rating: 1.042
IRC Rating: 1.261
ORR Bayview 1.0322
Yanmar 3JH3E36 HP 3 cylinder diesel
The fuel tank holds approximately 15 gallons.
Alternator – Hitachi 12 volt – 55amp
Starter – Yanmar SH4-483
Batteries Group 27
Saildrive – SD-31
Propeller; Gori geared folding;
B&G System throughout
20/20 Mast Displays; 5 Each
Multi Function Displays; 4 each
GPS Model 12
B&G Wind Instrument Mast
Boat Speed Transducer
Garmin GPSMAP 3206/3210
VHF Radio, West Marine 500
The custom-built boat cradle is 17’ 6” long and 7’ 6” wide. It is 10’ 3” to the top of the bow bunk and 10’ 8” to the top of the stern bunk.
Hull & Keel CONSTRUCTION:
Carbon Fiber Hull
Keel is an iron and lead fin, faired and painted. Attached by keel bolts, nuts, washers
All Stanchions Powder Coated Black
Custom Fixed Sprit for Asymmetrical sails
Navtec Air Vang
Primary-Model 60-3 Speed
Halyards- Model 40STOR- 2 Speed Self Tail
Main Sheet- Model 55STOR- 3 Speed Self Tail
Runners- Model 44STOR – 2 Speed Self Tail
Primary Winches – Lewmar 60
All North Sails Inventory, with every sail needed to do any sort of course or distance racing.
2017 Mainsail (3Di Raw)
2017 Light Medium 1 Genoa (3Di)
2015 Light Medium 1 Genoa
2018 #2 Jib (3Di Raw)
2017 #3 Jib (3Di)
2010 #5 Jib
2016 Storm Trysail
2020 Storm Jib
2010 Code Zero
Simple and clean interior with 4 cushioned bunks and pipe cots (8 total bunks)
Nav table with breaker switches and electronics
Galley to Port
Enclosed head with holding tank just forward of mast
Open Bow for Spinnaker sets and douses through hatch
110V Shore Power
Coast Guard Required Safety Gear
Cockpit mounted bags
Spare lines and running rigging
Man Overboard Module
Tuff Luff System
Anchor - Danford type fortress marine lightweight aluminum with chain and rode. Secondary smaller danforth galvanized anchor.
Traveler Harken Track
Lewmar Forward Hatch
About the Farr 47 from Farr Yacht Design:
This design combines lighter displacement than her predecessors, a generous sailplan and high stability to deliver exceptional all-around performance.
The hull shape and appendages have been refined as we constantly analyze the performance of our large fleet of IMS designs and reflects the Farr concept of a very high performance yacht that will bring home the trophies. The keel is built with a removable "tip" that is necessary to reduce the height of the yacht for shipping and also allows easy fitting of a keel tip that is suitable for ILC 46 racing.
Carbon fiber construction has been chosen for its exceptional light weight and stiffness that should prove beneficial in windier conditions. All structural components including hull, deck, internal framing and rudder stock are constructed in carbon to gain the maximum advantage.
The deck layout and 4-spreader rig reflect our most current "full-race" concept with a complete emphasis on sail control and efficient boat handling for both inshore and offshore racing. Pedestal driven primary winches are required in this size yacht as the level of competition in a racing fleet of closely matched yachts places a premium on quick tacks and aggressive gybing to gain every advantage. A large diameter steering wheel has become the preference in fleet racing allowing the helmsman freedom to easily get to leeward for the best possible view during the start and at mark roundings. An added benefit of wheel steering is that it's typically less physically taxing on the helmsman for long distance races. The mainsheet trimmer is positioned immediately aft of the helmsman with essential mainsail controls lead aft so they're always close at hand.
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.