“This is an opportunity to own a fabulously maintained ketch of pure quality. Not only does she possess the pedigree of a Ron Holland design and an Alloy Yachts build, but she is also the winner of the Millennium Cup in New Zealand in 2015 & 2016. A truly unique opportunity!”
For further information please contact Tim Carbury:
mob: +34 679 487 853 UK mob: +44 7780 221282
Type Custom – Built Ketch
Builder Alloy Yachts International Ltd.
Hull No N/A
LOA 28,04 m 92’
LWL 21,80 m 71’6’’
Beam Overall 6,33 m 20’9’’
Draft (Full Load) 3,20 m 10’6’’
Hull Material Aluminium
Flag Cook Islands
MCA Pleasure Craft
Exterior Designer/Stylist Ron Holland Yachts Design
Interior Designer Peter Sijm
Main Engine 1 x MTU 8V AA61 OM 422 235 HP 171 kW
Max Speed 10 knots
Cruising Speed 9 knots
Electrical 220V AC / 24 V DC
Displacement (Fully Loaded) 90 tonnes
Gross Tonnage 77 tonnes
Guest Accommodations 6 Guests in 3 Staterooms
Crew Accommodation 4 Crew in 2 Cabins
Tonnage 90 displacement tons
Fuel Capacity 1,997 US Gallons (7,561 liters in 6 tanks)
Water Capacity 892 US Gallons (3,378 liters in 2 tanks)
Grey Water 2 x tanks : 1 forward and 1 aft plus 1 small staging tank for grey water which pumps to main aft grey tank.
Black Water 2 x tanks -as for Grey water
Black & Grey tanks discharge overside only – 2 new pneumatic black and grey water pumps installed 2012, re-built 2016
Engine Oil 26 US Gallons (100 liters)
Hydraulic 37 US Gallons (140 liters)
OWNER’S STATEROOM & HEAD/SHOWER COMPARTMENT
The aft Owner’s Stateroom uses the full width of the yacht, and benefits from an abundance of natural light. Headroom is approximately 78”. Overhead are two hatches, the port one of which doubles as an emergency escape route and is fitted with sockets to receive a stainless-steel ladder which is housed in the outboard wardrobe at the port forward corner of the stateroom. Each of these hatches has a sliding insect screen and an opaque sliding screen. Stylishly arranged on the deckhead around the hatch openings is a stout teak handrail. The deckhead consists of solid removable flat panels with eggshell finish. The deckhead has six recessed lights and two ventilators each with insect screens. Additionally, there are two sound speakers, and in each cockpit coaming there are two fixed windows each fitted with a spring loaded white roller blind. Covering the windows are curtains with upper and lower curtain rails all running behind integral teak pelmets. In the topsides port and starboard, beneath the coaming windows, is a pair of stainless steel opening hull windows with curtains fitted to upper and lower rails, again running within integral teak pelmets.
The main feature in this cabin is the double berth which is 77” in length, 64” in width fitted with a padded headboard, which was re-covered in cream suede in 2011. The inner sprung mattress (new 2017) is laid on transverse wood slat springs, in two separate sets, one for each side of the berth. At the foot of the berth on the port side is a very large storage drawer. There is another very long drawer beneath the berth on the starboard side. Just ahead of the berth is a teak veneer covered compression strut beneath the mizzen mast and a tension rod connected to the main mast standing backstay. The tension rod has been cleverly adapted to serve as an extremely useful handrail, beautifully made and a styling feature. There are three LED lights in the deckhead above the head of the berth, and also its foot. Also in the deckhead are stainless steel loops to receive the lanyards of lee cloths to the side and centre of the double berth which can be used in a seaway. Either side of the head of the berth is a reading light.
To port of the head of the double berth is a large sideboard. Outboard are two bookshelves, each with integral retainers. A CD player is fitted to the forward end of the sideboard above two useful drawers. Beneath the forward of the two book cases are double cupboards. Next forward is a glass fronted bookcase and beneath it is a dressing table which includes a storage recess at its outboard side, and in its centre a lift-up lid with securing stay which accesses a storage compartment. The dressing table has a conventional kneehole at its centre and a circular stool on a stainless-steel strut. The pedestals of the dressing table contain a locker aft and forward, three drawers with two halogen lights on the forward bulkhead. Adjacent, are double doors which access on the outboard side and a wardrobe with stainless steel escape ladder stored at the back. Full length mirror on the door, which is fitted with a lockable stay. The inboard door, again fitted with a lockable stay, has on its inner side an illustration of the yacht’s layout features.
On the starboard side of the cabin running from the aft bulkhead to the head/shower compartment is a long and very comfortable settee. At the fore end of the settee is a power socket and air conditioning control. The settee can serve as a very useful extra berth and is fitted with a good lee cloth, the lanyards of which are secured to stainless steel rings in the deck head above. The cabin sole here, and in all other cabins, is teak and holly, some parts being fixed but with lift-up sole traps. At the fore end of the owner’s stateroom there are three such traps and in the dry compartments beneath them is good space for storage. At the sole perimeters, where the sole meets up-stands of other furniture, what would otherwise be a 90-degree sharp corner is beautifully radiused for easy cleaning.
At the fore end of the stateroom are two steps down to a lobby, the sole of which is at the same level as the aft passageway to the saloon. There is a useful handrail to port. The central step lifts to reveal a stowage compartment beneath and the entire sole of the lobby lifts to access piping etc. To port in the lobby is a very useful large linen cupboard.
The head compartment is off the starboard forward corner of the cabin and on its partition within the stateroom is a clock. The entrance door is fitted with two pegs for bathrobes or towels and with a lanyard arrangement to secure robes. The head compartment has a generous 80” headroom and is finished with off white eggshell paint. The compartment has a fixed coaming window with a white net curtain on rails and a long mirror on the coaming.
At the outboard side are three cupboards, each fitted with a mirrored door. The vanitory is a mottled green granite effect Corian and is fitted with a Fowler vitreous china wash hand basin with single lever controlled faucet. Adjacent are two storage brackets and a soap dish bracket. At the fore end of the vanitory is an opening trap which covers a bin for soiled linen. There is one drawer in the vanitory and beneath it four good lockers. The electric head is by Mobiflush. Above the head is a tower rail with a further towel rail adjacent. The shower stall is a vertical cylinder with a useful handrail at its door opening and with a revolving stainless steel clear acrylic curved door. Shower head by Hans Grohe.
Next forward from the owner’s stateroom is the aft passageway which runs forward to the saloon. At its aft end, on the starboard side, is a good linen cupboard. Three lift up sole traps access bilge / stowage areas including stowage for main entrance hatch washboards.
MIRROR IMAGE GUEST STATEROOMS & HEAD/SHOWER COMPARTMENTS
To port and starboard of the aft end of the passageway are doors to the matched “mirror imaged” guest staterooms where headroom is 78”. These staterooms are arranged with twin berths, each of 76” length and 31” width, one inboard and one outboard and with a bedside table between. Alternatively, the inboard berth may be slid athwartships to join with the outboard berth to create a double. In that mode, the bedside table is moved inboard. Each berth is fitted with a headboard and a reading light. As with the owner’s stateroom, the berths are fitted with athwartships sprung slats. The outboard berth has two large drawers beneath it and the inboard berth has one drawer to its outboard side and a further drawer at its forward end. When the berths are moved together to make a double, an access drawer to the inboard side of the inboard berth becomes available for use.
Above the head of the berths at the forward end of the stateroom is a suspended locker unit with, at its centre, a useful bookshelf. Beneath is a CD player and there are two lockers each side of the bookshelf, though the outboard lockers are small due to internal trunking. Above the outboard berth is a long shelf and over its forward end, an air conditioning control. Above the berth is a single opening port which is curtained with an integral teak upper and lower pelmet. The port may be shielded with a pull-down spring loaded white roller blind. In the deck head there are four lights and two sound speakers. Additional “plastic tube” mood lighting is provided within the window pelmets and behind long teak high level handrails which run the full length of the stateroom, one each side of the walkway between the berths and also beneath the forward suspended locker and above the outboard shelf.
In the deck head is a high recess leading up to an opening deck hatch. In the lower part of this recess is a fixed coaming window with a curtain behind an integral pelmet. Above is the coach roof hatch well which is fitted with a slide-out insect screen and a slide-out opaque screen. On the aft bulkhead of the stateroom is a clock and on the aft outboard corner of the stateroom, a good wardrobe providing hanging space and two lower shelves. There is also a fire extinguisher and on the inboard side of the stayed door is a safety diagram of the yacht’s layout. The wardrobe is equipped with an automatic light. There are four lift-up sole traps in this stateroom revealing useful stowage compartments. Note that all sole traps throughout the yacht are hinged and held shut by spring loaded lift rings. Some of the traps are supported by gas struts.
At the aft end of the stateroom a door accesses the head/shower compartment where headroom is 77”.
On the outboard side of the compartment is a mottled green granite effect Corian vanitory with a Fowler wash hand basin with single lever faucet above. Adjacent are two storage brackets and a bracket for a soap dish. At its aft end, a lift-up trap accesses a compartment for soiled linen. Above the vanitory are three large lockers all with mirrored doors. Beneath the vanitory are two good lockers and a special recess to hold a toilet brush. The electric head is by Lavaflush and above it is a control unit for a towel rail which has a further towel rail adjacent to it. There is a lift-up trap in the compartment sole which accesses a storage space. On the inboard side of the door are two hooks for towels or robes and the inboard side of the compartment is a cylindrical shower generally identical to that within the owner’s stateroom compartment save that there is slightly less headroom in the guest stateroom shower. There is no handrail at the entrance, though the towel rail is so positioned as to serve as a handrail.
In the coach roof are two opening hatches, each fitted with an insect screen. In the deck head are also nine recessed general lights and two LED picture lights. Two very large coaming windows are fitted to either side with five windows forward.
To the port side of the deck saloon on a plinth raised 8” above main sole level is a very comfortable dinette, shaped as an elongated ‘C’. In the centre of the dinette is a table which can serve in coffee table mode at a low level and folded in half, or be easily raised and folded out to become a full size dining table. When used as a dining table, a tall director’s chair may be placed against the inboard side of the table to accommodate a sixth person.
In the starboard aft corner of the saloon is a well-organized chart table which has a 2-person seat and a very sensible teak handrail running around its side and the seating area.
The chart table lid opens to reveal a stowage compartment for charts and books etc. In the chart table pedestal there are three drawers generally for office use. Next forward is the inside control steering position with auto pilot steering position, , light switch controls, engine instruments, propeller pitch control etc.
The leather for the saloon, the navigator’s chair and the desk have been re-leathered in cream (2011).
To the aft end of the saloon is a fixed window above the stairwell and the very substantial powered sliding accommodation entrance door, four steps up from the deck saloon sole.
From the deck saloon, three fan-radiused steps lead down to the lower saloon. Good handrails to either side of the step well and to port continue all around the furniture unit and vertically up the port side of the door leading into the galley. Having descended to the lower saloon, immediately ahead is a sideboard area providing a serving surface through a rectangular serving hatch with the galley. This may be closed by a teak sliding door. Above this is stowage for china in sets for about nine diners. Vertical teak handrails are provided to either side of the sideboard. To starboard a semi-circular dinette upholstered in cream leather against which is a square table serving as a coffee table in folded mode or alternatively when elevated by electric motor, and with four leaves extended and corner pieces inserted, become a large circular dining table. A director’s chair may be placed against the inboard side of the table to accommodate a seventh person. This table, the dinette seating and the serving hatch from the galley are all provided with protective covers on passage.
Outboard are two bookshelf compartments each of which has a removable retainer. Adjacent to those shelves is a clock. Above the dinette is an opening hull window within a curtained recess with integral upper and lower pelmets and plastic tube lighting, as with other windows. In the forward corner of the stateroom above the dinette is a fixed reading lamp. Generally distributed over the forward saloon are three recessed lights and six halogen lights.
Above the forward end of the lower saloon are two medium size coachroof hatches each equipped with slide-out mosquito screens. Just aft of the entrance into the galley, under the lower saloon sole is a freezer compartment, approx. 1m3 capacity.
To port of the door to the galley is the library which consists of a three-shelved open fronted teak bookcase on the forward bulkhead. Outboard of the bookcase is a speaker and an air conditioning control. Also storage for three remote control units. Above is an opening hull window in a curtained recess with plastic tube lighting outboard of the pelmet at the deckhead. Next aft is a compartment for the TV. Teak double doors open and then slide neatly outboard and into the recesses to either side of the TV. Next aft is a double-doored cupboard for crystal. Across the forward bulkhead beneath the library, outboard and then running inboard, are various doors. The inboard door beneath the library is for spirits, the next door conceals an ice-maker, the forward outboard door contains various plates and bowls. Next are three drawers. The aft door is to drinks refrigerator.
Finally, on the aft side of the compartment to port is the door to the engine room. This is cleverly arranged such that when the door is opened, a semi-circular section of cabin sole revolves with the door to move it out of harm’s way whilst the door is open
GALLEY AND CREW MESS AREA
A sliding door closes off the galley and crew mess / accommodation area from the lower saloon. To port in this compartment is a large blue leather covered C-shaped settee at a table, topped with mottled green granite Corian. This table usefully includes a stout handgrip along its inboard edge. The dinette sole is well raised from the general sole level of the galley. Above the port aft corner of the dinette is the 24V DC distribution power panel with circuit breaker and in the forward outboard corner the 220V AC distribution panel with circuit breakers. Between these two panels is a shelf and on the forward bulkhead, a further shelf. Above, on the forward bulkhead is a clock. Beneath the aft end seating is a washing machine and beneath the forward seat is a clothes dryer and in the deckhead above the dinette, is a DVD player and a CD player. Above the dinette are four recessed lights, a closable ventilator and a sound speaker.
Across to starboard is the galley which has a mottled green granite effect Corian worktop. Beneath this worktop is a dishwasher and further along, set into the worktop are large and small stainless-steel sinks with galley style faucet. Outboard is a two-position ceramic hob and outboard a microwave. Beneath the ceramic hob is a trash draw. Next forward is a gimballed stainless-steel gas cooker which has oven, grill and four burners- new 2017. Outboard is a cupboard behind sliding glass doors. Forward of the cooker is a top-opening vegetable cooler. Above the cooker is an extractor hood.
All around the aft and outboard end of the galley is cupboard storage space for crew crockery, various galley tools and comprehensive set of stainless steel saucepans, frying pans etc. On the forward bulkhead, is a refrigerator at the top and a freezer beneath. Between the freezer and the cooker is a stack of four drawers for cooking implements etc. Overhead in the galley is a small opening hatch, a closable ventilator, two air fans and five recessed lights, with other lights beneath the suspended lockers and a sound speaker. Headroom in the galley is 76”.
CAPTAIN’S CABIN & CREW CABIN
At the forward end of the galley is a lobby leading to the Captain’s cabin and crew cabin. A set of vertical teak steps is arranged as a fixed ladder to access the large forehatch immediately above. Adjacent is a required safety plan of the yacht and a crew muster list.
A door to starboard in the lobby accesses the Captain’s cabin which has headroom of 78”. Outboard are two berths. The upper berth is Pullman type, folding down as required, and generally is used at sea. Below that is a wider fixed berth which can be pulled out to be used as a double. The length of both upper and lower berths is 79”. Above the upper berth is a shelf and air fan. Outboard of the lower berth is a narrow shelf.
Forward of the berths is a wardrobe. In the deck head above is a speaker, a closable ventilator and three lights. There are separate reading lights above each berth and a telephone fitted to the aft bulkhead. There is also an air fan adjacent to the lower berth. Beneath the lower berth are two long drawers. There are two coat hooks on the inboard partition wall of the cabin and overhead is a medium size hatch fitted with a mosquito screen and a slide out opaque screen. At the forward end of the cabin is a clock.
A door in the forward bulkhead opens to access the head/shower compartment in which headroom is 78”.
There is a stainless-steel handrail adjacent to the shower, a teak handrail adjacent to the outboard vanitory unit of mottled green granite effect Corian with wash hand basin. This has a single lever tap, two storage brackets and a bracket for a soap dish. Beneath the vanitory is a double doored locker and above it a double doored locker with mirrored doors. The sole in this compartment is white painted and there is a curtain which may be drawn completely around the shower area. Also two towel rails, a locker for towels etc. and a push button electric head. Above the head is an opening hatch with mosquito screen and opaque screen
From the lobby and beneath the forehatch a forward door accesses the crew cabin which has upper and lower fixed berths, length 79” and of good width. Headroom is 78”. It is notable that the heads of these crew cabin berths are aft which provides welcome privacy because it puts the head of the occupant behind the partition wall with the lobby, keeping light from the sleeper’s eyes if the door from the lobby is opened.
Both upper and lower berths have a reading light and an air fan. Beneath the lower berth are two long drawers. On the central partition are two coat hooks and a clock and to port in the forward end of the cabin, a good wardrobe with automatic operating light. At the forward end of the cabin is a head/shower compartment which is identical to that of the Captain’s cabin with identical overhead hatch, light and ventilator arrangements.
Accessed via the forehatch and provided with a stainless-steel ladder. This invaluable compartment stows some bagged sails, a large quantity of running rigging, etc.
¨ Stainless steel bow pulpit with:
¨ Stainless steel stanchions (mounted in integral alloy tube sockets with careful insulation between) with double 1 x 19 stainless steel guard wires (all new 2017)
¨ Boarding gates to port and starboard
¨ Stainless steel quarter guards with:
¨ Passarelle mounting socket to taffrail
¨ 8 x Stainless steel air scoops protected by stainless steel rope guards
¨ 17 x Alloy Yachts stainless framed low profile clear visibility deck hatches
¨ Alloy Yachts custom built stainless steel headsail sheet turning blocks
¨ Stainless steel bitts mooring cleats to port and Starboard at bows, midships, aft.
¨ Customized with yacht’s name (Catalyst)
¨ All serviced 2017
¨ At Main Mast:
¨ To port of Main Entrance Hatch:
¨ At Mizzen Mast:
¨ On Aft Deck:
ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
¨ Raymarine sailing instruments (2009):
¨ Wempe clock
¨ Wempe thermometer / hygrometer
¨ Wempe barometer
¨ Furuno D-Fax Fax 207 weather fax
¨ Prosser Weather trend digital barometer
¨ Volume control for external speakers
On chart table facia:
¨ Thrane & Thrane F33 satellite telephone
¨ Skanti SSB TRT 8000 handset and control unit
¨ Furuno GPS/WAAS Navigator model GP32
¨ Furuno Navtex
¨ Brother combo scanner/printer/fax (2011)
Aft Deck Saloon Steering Position:
¨ Joystick steering control
¨ Light switch controls
¨ Throttle/gear controls and engine instruments
¨ Propeller pitch control
¨ Raymarine E80 radar
¨ Sailor VHF handset (2012)
¨ Furuno GPS Navigator GP-500 MK-2
¨ Electric compass
¨ Simrad AP26 auto pilot (2007)
¨ HR 1012 spotlight control panel
¨ HR laptop computer on desk (2012)
Aft Cockpit Helm Pedestal / Console:
¨ Dandorth Constellation compass
¨ Engine start and throttle controls
¨ Bow and Stern thruster controls
¨ Simrad rudder angle indicator
¨ Simrad auto pilot control
¨ Main sheet control
¨ Main halyard control
¨ Light switches
Aft Cockpit Port Side Seat Console:
¨ Electronic compass
¨ Icom VHF / GMDSM radio
Aft Cockpit Starboard Side Seat Console:
¨ Electric compass
¨ Engine temperature gauge
¨ Propeller pitch display
¨ Propeller pitch controls
¨ Engine rpm counter
To Port of Main Entrance Hatch:
¨ Under table, a new refrigerator and to forward storage
¨ Crew Mess: VHF radios 2012. Wempe clock
¨ Crew cabin: Wempe clock
¨ 24V DC with panel and circuit breaker, 220V AC with panel and circuit breaker
¨ 2 x Northern Lights M944 generators (starboard 2006 new-rebuilt from block up in 2012; port genset new 2009)
¨ Starboard Genset, new exhaust hoses and clamps 2012.
¨ Full rebuilds 2016,2017
¨ Engine room entered via low-level door lower saloon or via flush hatch in port
¨ Side deck, serviced by stainless steel ladder
¨ Main engine: MTU 8V 183 AA61 om 422 235hp / 171 kW diesels with Twin Disc 2.99: 1 gearbox
¨ 2009 Main engine rebuild from block up
¨ 2010 Full set main engine injectors
¨ 2017 Main engine injectors replaced
¨ 2017 Hundested type FR-EL size 5, 4-bladed variable pitch propeller (serviced 2017). Electric motor for pitch control can be operated from both steering positions and engine room. Changed voltage regulator for the system in 2017.
¨ American Bow Thruster Magnum series hydraulic, 50hp retractable to bow
¨ American Bow Thruster Magnum series hydraulic, 50hp retractable to stern
¨ Bow thrusters are powered by the main engine only and are operated from the cockpit console (new hydraulic hoses replaced 2016)
¨ HEM series 25 watermaker producing 2.8 litres per minute (serviced 2016 and new water pump installed)
¨ Fire & Bilge Pumps:
¨ These units double as fire and bilge pumps. In addition, waste tank pumps can be used as bilge pumps, but not fire pumps. All pumps located in the engine room use a common valve material manifold with selectable options.
¨ Condaria 220V reverse cycle air conditioning with 2 compressors and air handlers in each cabin (system full serviced 2012)
¨ Hydraulic PTO from main engine with Sauer Danfoss 5 pump (2008)
¨ 2 x Lewmar M5 24V power packs
¨ Lewmar M9 24V power pack
¨ Replaced all seals and serviced hydraulic motors in both mizzen and main booms-Rig Pro NZ 2016
¨ Replaced the hydraulic coupling drive front of main engine pump and resealed in 2011
¨ Front hydraulic bank, replaced all seals 2011
¨ Front hydraulic bank, all new hydraulic hoses 2016
¨ Replaced hydraulic hoses on the windlass and service 2011
¨ Hydraulic auto pilot, resealed main ram and replaced hoses 2011
¨ Commander electric hydraulic motor serviced moto in 2011
¨ Replaced numerous hydraulic hoses from main electric hydraulic system
¨ All new hydraulic hoses in 2016
SPARS & RIGGING
¨ Ketch Rig:
¨ Main Mast & Boom:
¨ Mizzen Mast & Boom:
¨ Reckmann hydraulic furling units to headstay and staysail
¨ Rig fully stripped down, surveyed and serviced 2017
¨ 2017 all halyards, sheets replaced
¨ All standing rigging replaced in 2017
¨ All North custom made 3Di carbon / spectrum laminate
¨ Yankee (2016)
¨ Staysail (2016)
¨ Mizzen staysail (2016)
¨ Main sail (2016)
¨ Symmetrical spinnaker (2016)
¨ Mizzen staysail (2016)
GALLEY & LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT
¨ Clothes dryer 2016
¨ Clothes washing machine 2016
¨ Dishwasher 2011
¨ Stainless steel Miele cooker with oven, grill and four burners, gimballed-2017
¨ Ceramic hob- 2 position x 220V
¨ Panasonic microwave
¨ Extractor hood above oven
¨ Vegetable cooler, top opening refurbished 2012
¨ Under sole stainless-steel freezer compartment approx. 1m3 capacity (in lower saloon just aft of the gallery entrance fully serviced 2016)
¨ Built-in front opening fridge / freezer in Gallery
¨ U-line ice maker in deck salon new 2016
¨ Drinks refrigerator in lower saloon
¨ Drinks ice-box built into cockpit table (top opening) 2017
DECK & SAFETY EQUIPMENT
¨ 2 x Life rings with light / smoke flares attached mounted on quarter guards, one to each side.
¨ 2 x Rings with floating lines mounted forward, one to each side.
¨ 1 x Satellite 2 406 GPS EPIRBs, one deck mounted (stern guard) on hydrostatic release, one mounted in upper saloon.
¨ 12 x Life jackets with lights, whistles and harnesses
¨ 1 x CQR type stainless steel 110kg anchors made by Alloy Yachts, stowed one to starboard in substantial chain roller brackets
¨ 1 x Fortress aluminIum anchor
¨ 100m x 16mm stainless steel anchor chain on starboard anchor
¨ 100m warp on spool in foredeck recess
¨ Anchor wash
¨ 3.2m inflatable dinghy (2011)
¨ 40hp Honda 4 stroke outbound motor (2011)
¨ 1 x Zodiac 10-person life rafts, forward coach roof mounted, canister packed and fitted with hydrostatic system. SOLAS A classification. New 2017
¨ Cockpit table with teak top and two folding leaves combined at a single unit with wheel pedestal
¨ Dark blue protective cover for cockpit table
¨ Full awning between mast, small foredeck and aft deck awnings
¨ Varnished teak drinks table for aft deck
¨ Stainless steel boarding ladder
¨ Alloy and teak Passarelle
¨ Beige cockpit sprayhood (new 2017)
¨ Beige cockpit Bimini (2017)
¨ Black piped cockpit cushions and backrests with matching scatter cushions, 8 x new 2017.
¨ All interior hand rails have special Velcro fastened white protective wrappings to protect against damage to varnish whilst on passage
¨ Beige “sticky plastic” protective covers for soles for both upper and lower saloons
¨ Deck wash system
¨ New bed covers in all cabins throughout 2017
¨ Bed heads throughout re-upholstered 2012
¨ New throw pillows throughout 2017
¨ New floor liner in showers/toilets throughout 2017
¨ New outer cabin saloon sun covers 2017
¨ Main stateroom day bed re-upholstered 2017
¨ Navigation station re-upholstered 2011
¨ In-house steering re-upholstered 2011
¨ Saloon couch new leather re-upholstered 2011
¨ Dining couch leather refurbished 2011
¨ Crew quarters couches upholstered 2012
¨ Gallery and saloon teak floors re-sanded and re-varnished 2011
¨ New hatches main stateroom 2012
All personal possession of the Owner, Captain and crew. Specifically noted ART.
A major refurbishment programme was undertaken in 2016 and 2017. The IM refers to a refurb in 2011 but we undertook a 4 month and 3-month refit respectively in 2016 and 2017 and have full engineers logs of works
¨ All engines (including generators) were refurbed, injectors, pumps, belts etc
¨ Water maker refurbed
¨ Seachest removed
¨ All seacocks replaced
¨ All anodes replaced
¨ Bow and stern thrusters serviced
¨ Pneumatic pumps refurbed
¨ New water pumps installed
¨ Windlass stripped and serviced
¨ All winches serviced
¨ Hull total repaint, and any corrosion removed
¨ All stanctions removed and new nylon bushes installed
¨ Gunwales varnished
¨ Reckmann furlers all removed and serviced
¨ Main and mizzen boom removed and serviced by Rig Pro
¨ Rig out and all standing rigging replaced
¨ New radar installed
¨ Tender and engine serviced
¨ Winches serviced
¨ Windlass stripped and serviced
¨ New hydraulic PLC board
¨ New safety lines installed
¨ New sun awnings and tender cover installed
¨ New squabs for cockpit area
¨ New HWC in guest area
RECENT DRY-DOCKING HISTORY
¨ Malaysia 2008- Extensive refit to MCA charter standard / rig fully serviced
¨ Fremantle 2009- New sails/paint hull with Alwgrip / superstructure new paint Awlgrip / soda wash under waterline new fairing in areas and new anti-foul
¨ Gold Coast 2012 – Polish hull / polish and touch up superstructure / new anti-fouling system/main deck teak replaced all required areas / new carpets.
¨ Auckland 2016- New paint and varnish and antifoul, new seacocks, all engines overhauled, bow & stern thrusters overhauled, new running rigging.
¨ Auckland 2017- Full rig removal and service. All standing rigging replaced.
¨ Tawera has cruised to Tonga and Fiji in 2016 and Tahiti, Tonga and Fiji in 2017.
¨ Tawera’s Owner has owned yachts for 50 years, is hands on but employs a skipper, engineer and stewardess. Tawera reflects the attention to detail that an experienced owner has achieved in presenting a safe and reliable vessel. Her owners have cruised 12,000nm in the past 2.5 years.
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.