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The Nauticat 39 is fast, comfortable and easy to handle. Highest quality standards throughout combined with outstanding performance under sail are the criteria behind this successful yacht. This is the 3 cabin version of this sought after pilothouse yacht.
This Nauticat 39 (hull # 048) is in great condition for a 1998 built and 1999 commissioned example - she has not had the extensive use that many others have. She has the sail characteristics of a modern sailing yacht while cleverly retaining all the comfort features of the classic Nauticat motorsailer. A safe and ergonomic cockpit with easy access to the swim platform, makes for easy handling. Combine this with the electric winches and you get the picture... She is a real opportunity for someone if your quick.
She is on her second owner who has had her since 2000 and had her regularly and professionally maintained. She is laid up ashore under covers for 6 months each year, with heating and dehumidifier operating.
She features the standard interior layout with 3 double cabins, with the optional terracotta alcantara upholstery in the pilothouse.
She is now launched and commissioned for the season...
Length Overall: 11.85m / 39'
Length at Waterline: 9.8m / 32'2"
Beam: 3.5m / 11'6"
Max Draft: 1.9m / 6'3"
Air draft: approx. 16.8m / 55'
Displacement: 9,144 kg / 9 tons
Ballast: 3,048 kg / 3 tons
CE category: A
Hand laminated GRP construction with an external lead ballast bulb fitted to the keel.
The deck and superstructure are also hand laminated. The deck has an anti-slip surface and the foredeck, side decks and cockpit are all laid with teak.
Yanmar 50 hp 4JH2-E marine diesel; normally aspirated 4 cylinder and freshwater cooled.
Mechanical transmission with a 2.6:1 reduction - driving a steel 30mm shaft with a 3-blade fixed bronze propeller; with rope cutter.
Fuel: 400L in all - from 2 tanks
Water: 440L in all - from 2 tanks
The interior is all finished in satin-stained solid teak and teak faced marine plywood apart from the galley and head which are finished in laminates with teak trim. There is carpeting for the pilothouse together with curtains.
Forecabin has two berths in a V-configuration with an insert to form a double. Full length illuminated cupboard with shelves to the rear. Drawers and storage under berths. Large hatch overhead, together with lighting and reading lights.
The forward heads is just aft and to port of the forecabin and features plenty of storage, overhead hatch and dorade ventilation. Manual sea toilet, basin and shower.
Guest cabin lies aft of the heads on the portside and has a comfortable wide berth and has an opening hatch for light and ventilation. Wardrobe, and storage space beneath the berth.
The galley is linear and to starboard with plenty of space and storage; twin stainless steel sink. Double burner gas cooker with oven by Eno. Electrolux 600 watt microwave. Top-loading 100l fridge driven by a 12v compressor. Extensive cabinetry with drawers and cutting board.
The pilothouse is what really make a Nauticat stand out - with great visibility. With companionway steps up to the cockpit and further steps down to the master cabin aft. The comfortable saloon is to port and the large table/chart table incorporates chart stowage underneath. Ample other stowage. The nav station features uncluttered instrumentation and engine/tankage gauges all mounted conveniently in contoured panels. Access to the engine room is through the pilothouse sole. The saloon area is slightly raised and there is enough space for six persons comfortably - with further storage under the seating.
The owners cabin aft is dominated by a large double berth with a padded seat to starboard as you enter. Plenty of drawers and storage.
From the aft cabin a door leads to the ensuite heads on the port side. Manual sea toilet, basin and shower.
Masthead sloop rig with Selden mast, boom and rod-kick boomvang. The deck-stepped mast has a double spreader configuration, with a stainless steel compression post to the keel.
Mechanical backstay tensioner.
Stainless steel standing rigging with stainless steel turnbuckles and chainplates.
Mainsail by Arun (1999) - original and inmast electric furling by Selden; operated from the cockpit.
135% Genoa by Arun (1999) - original; cruising cut furling genoa with UV strips on a Seldon Furlex 3000 with twin-groove luff foil.
Cruising chute by Arun (1999) in royal blue and white - understood to have never been used, even by the first owner.
2 x Harken 46 s/tailing electric 2-speed primary winches for genoa and furling line
1 x Harken 40 s/tailing electric 2-speed on starboard coachroof for mainsheet and mainsail outhaul
1 x Andersen 28 s/tailing 2-speed mast mounted winch for genoa and spinnaker halyard
1 x Andersen 12 s/tailing single-speed mast mounted winch
Anchor windlass is a Lofrans 1000 watt deck mounted with blue cover; anchor locker
Main anchor 20kg Bruce type with chain and warp
2nd bruce anchor with chain
Danforth 12kg as kedge anchor
12v system with 3 batteries (1 x 135Ah for engine, 2 domestic, 180 Ah each) charged via engine 80 amp alternator and shore power via charger
1000w Lofrans anchor windlass
Electric shore power cable - 20m
Electric automatic bilge pump with manual override + manual bilge pump
Navigation kit - (basically all as originally fitted)
On binnacle in cockpit:
Raytheon ST6000 autopilot
Raytheon ST60 Multi
On bulkhead in cockpit:
Raytheon ST60 wind speed/direction
Raytheon ST60 depth with alarm
Raytheon ST60 speed/trip/timer
Shipmate VHF cockpit speaker
At nav station in pilothouse:
GPS: Leica AP Navigator MK 10 DGPS Professional
Autopilot: Raytheon Autohelm series ST6000+ with 2 remote controls
Raytheon Autohelm series ST60 Multi
Radar: Raytheon Pathfinder RL 70 plotter
Chartplotter: Raytheon RC 630 colour DGPS
VHF: Shipmate RS8300 with 2 handsets; SOS facility GMDSS (DSC)
Navtex: Nav 4 Navtex plus
Data and power lead for laptop and inverter
Radio/CD player with 2 speakers
Steering wheel cover in blue
Windlass cover in blue
Winch covers all in the same blue
Spray hood - which has been recently renewed
White external windscreen covers
Fender and warps
Crockery and cutlery with miscellaneous utensils and equipment
Life raft - 6 person
Emergency tiller steering
2 horseshoe life belts
Small inflatable dinghy
Various older safety equipment
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, and/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. Offers on the asking price maybe considered.