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|Offered By||David Abromowitz & Associates|
Shearwater 39’ designed by Dudley Dix and launched in 2005.
LOA: 11.88mBeam: 3.9m Draft: 1.8m
Price: $ 245 000
Brief summary of long distance voyages:
March 2008: Cape Town to Salvador, Brazil
October 2008: Salvador to Ilha Grande, Brazil
November 2009: Ilha Grande to Buenos Aires
April 2011: Buenos Aires to Trinidad
2012: Yacht will be in Grenada
This Shearwater is in pristine condition and maintained to exceptional high standards by the current owner with meticulous attention to detail. She was completely overhauled in 2010 when she was in Buenos Aires. Built in Cape Town and launched in 2005, she has a proven track record for ocean crossing and is an extremely comfortable boat at sea with an extensive list of equipment onboard.
A very easy boat to sail with a fully battened Mainsail stowed in a Stack Pack on the boom when lowered. Both Genoa and Staysail on Roller Furlers and very easy to furl/unfurl and trim with the use of Electric Primary winches. Sail wardrobe is completed with an Asymetrical Spinnaker.
She is easily steered by Raymarine Autopilot with Gyro Compass making those long passages a dream.
Engine: Vetus 65HP with 2 x Alternators
Feathering Three Blade Propeller
Fuel Tanks: 2 with 450 litre capacity
Batteries: House – 4 x 200 Amp/hr Engine – 1 x 200 Amp/hr
Battery Management System: Xantax 2000 with Smart Regulator
Solar Panels: Total Watt: 300
Shore Power connection and cable
Watermaker: Spectra 150 @ 23 l/hour
Water Tanks: 2 x 100 litres tanks
Winches: 3 x Electric Winches and 4 x manual
Raymarine Autopilot – Gyro Compass
Raymarine Chart Plotter
Additional Raymarine Radar/Chart Plotter
Raymarine ST60 Tri Data Sailing System, Wind, Speed and Depth
Fixed boarding ladder mounted on transom
Fixed Port Side Swim Ladder
Deck Shower hot/cold
Davits with Tender with a 3HP outboard
The Yacht is very well appointed below decks with clean and uncluttered spaces. Bottom right photo shows saloon looking forward to forward cabin which sleeps two. There an aft cabin on the starboard side which also sleeps two. The Shearwater 39 has one bathroom with one electric toilet which macerates into a holding tank and has an on deck suction facility.
Onboard entertainment provided through a TV and audio system with speakers in saloon and cockpit.
Yacht is fully safety certified complying with SAMSA for 6 crew inclusive of a 6 man liferaft.
|Shore Power Inlet||✓|
|Wind Speed and Direction||Raymarine ST60|
|TV Set||Flat Screen new in 2005|
|Autopilot||Raymarine with Gyro Compass|
|VHF||Raymarine Fitted unit and Handheld and also a separate AIS|
|Electric Bilge Pump||✓|
|Manual Bilge Pump||✓|
|Fresh Water Maker||Spectra 150|
|Outboard Engine Brackets||✓|
|Electric Winch||Three Electric Winches|
|Fully Battened Mainsail||✓|
|Drive Type||Direct Drive|
|Length on Deck||39ft|
|Length at Waterline||33.75ft|
|Fresh Water Tank||2 x 26.42 gal ()|
|Fuel Tank||118.88 gal ()|
|Holding Tank||21.13 gal ()|