Designed as a very quick, short handed sailing yacht and built in Carbon fiber, Divinycell, and Kevlar by New Zealand craftsmen, she was not completed until purchased by her current owner in 2013, when she was rigged, sailed to Thailand for fitting out and finally commissioned in 2016. She completed her maiden voyage from New Zealand to Fiji in 4 days -18 hours which according to the RNZYS records is the fourth fastest time for a monohull ever, at an average speed of 11.5 knots. The owner a very experienced yachtsman, this is boat number 20 and is only selling as age takes its toll. NZ Flagged. These boat details are subject to contract. Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered. Visit our website for the full specifications of this boat with up to 100 photos, videos and virtual reality images.
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Características adicionales, equipo e información:
Constructor: Cook Bros NZ
Diseñador: Gavin Cook
Forma del casco: Otro
Eslora total: 24.0 m
Manga: 4.88 m
Calado máximo: 2.44 m
Marca del motor: Yanmar 4LH - HTE
Tipo de motor/combustible: Diesel
Número de depósitos de agua dulce: 3 (1000 Litros)
Número de depósitos de combustible: 3 (1800 Litros)
Número de depósitos de aguas negras: 1 (500 Litros)
Número de literas dobles: 3
Número de camarotes: 3
Número de aseos: 1
Corredera - Velocímetro
Equipo de viento
Cargador de baterías
Escalera de baño
Ducha de bañera