Considered by many to be the ultimate world cruiser for a couple wanting to explore in safety comfort and style, the Shannon 43 Ketch is a versatile voyaging sailboat with excellent lines for fast passage speeds, tons of storage inside and easily accessible systems for do it your self maintenance as you travel the world chasing your dreams.
Sitting in the hard in Virgin Gorda after many, many years of adventures, she is in sound condition awaiting newer younger owners to take over stewardship and continue exploring the world.
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Características adicionales, equipo e información:
Nombre del barco
Diseñador: Walter Shultz
Bandera del barco: United States
Forma del casco: Monocasco
Marca del motor: Mercedes
Modelo del motor: 240D
Tipo de motor: Intraborda
Tipo de motor/combustible: Diesel
Potencia del motor: 64 HP
Número de depósitos de agua dulce: 2 (100 Galones)
Número de depósitos de combustible: 2 (150 Galones)
Galley & Water Systems
Jabsco manual toilet with separate stall (aft) - new 2011
Holding tank with a manual pump out was installed by Quality Yachts in 2001. - available as an auxiliary fuel or water tank on a long voyage.
Raritan PH toilet (forward) - new 2011 with sink - new 2014 and a stall shower.
12 Volt Sea Recovery water maker 6 gph
12 Volt Marine Techtronics refrigeration installed in 2007, superior performance
New faucets and sink in galley
Corian counter tops
Force 10, 3 burner stove with oven.
2 Propane bottles under cockpit helm seat
Hot/cold pressure water
Very ample cabinets and drawers for storage
Electronics & Navigation
Garmin 700 Series radar (with reflector), chart plotter and depth finder - new 2014
ICOM M 710 short wave with amateur capabilities. SCS PTC.11C pactor, high seas e-mail etc.
ICOM M59 VHF radio
Simrad AP22 autopilot - upgraded with head - new 2013
Avansea depth finder and battery monitor at helm – new 2014
110 volt activated TV antenna
Radio with CD - new 2012
TV with 110 volt activated antenna - 2005
110 volt , 2000 Watt Honda gas operated generator with battery charger – charger new 2012
(4) 6 Volt Trojan T105 house batteries – new 2012
(1) 12 Volt sealed engine battery with backup battery in engine room – new 2011
(2) 12 Volt sealed batteries for bow thrusters (V berth) - new 2010
(2) 3’X4’ solar panels on top of davits
Air X wind generator mounted on side of davits (coupled with solar panels, these two have provided power for two weeks or more without the assistance of the engine)
Xantrex 20 inverter/charger
Battery monitoring gauges, i.e. Blue seas and Quad Cycle
True charge battery charger operates from shore power or the Honda generator
Sails & Rigging
All cable. (installed in 2011) except for the port forestay. That is still rod rigging.
All sails and canvas stored for approx. 8 months each year since 2002. (except wheel and hatch covers)
New Profurl roller furling genoa - new 2011
Profurl roller furling staysail
Staysail on boom
Mainsail (2001) with Harken Batt cars and Jiffy reefing stack pack type sail furling - new 2012
Lazy Jacks and sissy bars by main mast
Mizzen (2001) with stack pack type sail furling with Jiffy reefing and lazy jacks
Mizzen staysail light blue
Winch “buddy” battery operated handle to operate any of the many winches on deck
Deck & Hull
(5) Opening hatches and (4) Dorades in deck house
Stainless bow and stern pulpits
Lifelines – new 2012, port and stbd. gates just aft of midships
Bowsprit and bobstays – new 2011
45lb CQR starboard anchor with 150’ of 5/16 high test chain – chain new in 2014 and 150’ of rope
Port anchor FX 23 Fortress w/50’ 5/16 high test chain – chain new in 2014 and 100’ of rope
Large Navy hurricane anchor dismantled (starboard sail locker)
12 Volt Ideal bronze windlass with new 5/16 gypsy, foot activated at bow and remote at the helm
Sidepower bow thruster with switch by the helm
Sunbrella dodger with bimini, connector that enclose the cockpit with curtains,
Canvas awning over the forward hatch.
Coast Guard safety gear
Life sling, man overboard staff, horse shoe preserver
Ditch bag contains hand operated water maker and EPIRB
Full complement of power and hand tools
Trolling rod and lures
Dive tank with bag of goggles and flippers
Custom davits installed – 2009
Hoist for outboard motor
Wash down pump at port bow
Engine hours: 2,350 hours (Feb 2016)
(2) Air conditioning units (forward cabin, main salon)
(2) Fuel filters with pressure gauges
Flexible shaft coupling – new 2013
(2) 25 gal diesel saddle tanks
Connection fresh water flush for engine
(2) Whale manual gusher pumps (helm and quarter berth)
Jabsco Shurflo heavy duty type pump (aft of stbd. sail locker)
Strainer and switch in bilge sump (under the ladder)
110 Volt emergency sump pump under the chart table
Many spare parts for engine etc.
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.