Seaworthy and comfortable Decksaloon with good insulation, Kabola heating, freezer, inverter, bow thruster, radar / plotter / AIS, liferaft, dinghy<br><br><strong>General</strong><br>Shape: round bilged<br>Rudder: plywood rudder blade with fiberglass mats and epoxy (top and back with foam, which can degrade in need) with a stainless steel rudder shaft (up to deck) and a Jefa steering system<br>Steering system: in the cockpit 2x pedestal (wood epoxy) with 2x stainless steel Jefa steering wheel covered with leather and in the deck saloon is a seat with an automatic Joystick control, spill control for the engine and bow thruster control<br>Windows: Hora double glass thermopane windows in superstructure (with sun screens), Gebo hatches (large hatches with rollo's and mosquito nets, small hatches aft cabin with separate screens), Gebo windows in hull<br>Load displacement (kg): approx. 15.900<br>Ballast (kg): approx. 6.200<br>Vertical clearance (m): approx. 22,5 meter<br>Build Nr.: design number 642, building number 4<br>Other: The hull is Ivory white (two component system) painted with a dark blue stripe and waterline. On the thull is a teak rubbing strake with stainless steel strip mounted. The cockpit seats and cockpit floor are equipped with 12 mm teak. 1x Airscoop on deck with a stainless steel protective bar. Stainless steel cleats (also amidships). The hull is constructed of 32 mm Red Ceddar and was built upside down. At the location of the keel, the surface is made of 32 mm mahogany beam and provided with 6 glass fiber mats (280 gr/m2). The hull is provided with 3 diagonal layers (500 gr/m2) and an epoxy top coat, after which it has been lightly sanded and provided with a layer of filler. The surface was fitted with 4 layers, the rest of the inside of the hull was provided with two diagonal layers.All visible places in the interior are nicely smoothed and finished with two coats of topcoat. The trusses are composed of six layers of plywood, with three to seven layers of glass mats (depending on load) and finished with two coats epoxy topcoat. All bulkheads and cabinets are laminated, to firm up the structure. The deck is provided with two diagonal layers, two primer layers and 4 (2 components) topcoat layers. The inside of the hull and cockpit lockers are all finished with two coats gray epoxy.The underwater ship is provided with three primer layers and 4 layers of epoxy (Polyservice) with copper powder in it (in 2010), what can be used in a total of approximately 10 years (so no new antifouling layer needed annually). On board is only 316 stainless steel used. During the construction of the ship one has realy good thought about everything. All is perfectly accessible, only good and reliable materials are used and the ship is super insulated. The length of the water line is 12.00 meters. The yacht has been on the hard in July 2016 to clean the bottom, to slightly sant the epoxy on the bottom and to renew the anodes. The yacht will be sold by the builder - first owner.
<br><strong>Accommodation</strong><br>Material, colours: Mahogany carpentry (4x 2 component paint and 2x Epifanes topcoat), mahogany moldings and cream white walls (2x primer and 2x component paint)<br>Upholstery, curtains: 2010: creamy white leather upholstery and blue curtains in front and aft cabin<br>Cabins: front cabin, saloon and aft cabin<br>Berths: 4 - 5 berths<br>Headroom: approx. 1.92 m in the aft cabin, approx.1.98 m in the deckhouse, approx. 2.05 m in the galley, approx. 2.00 m in the front cabin<br>Cooking device: 2010: Force Ten 3 burner stainless steel gas coocker<br>Other: Luxury Vasco (Heusden) mattresses (2010) with Kooi slatted bed (2010) underneath. Swing sails in saloon, between mattresses in the aft cabin. The galley is equipped with a Maple "Maple Live" countertop with 2x stainless steel sink and a freshwater foot pump. The interior lighting is made of LED. At the navigation area are two LED dimmable lamps (red and white).<br><strong>Engine, electrics, water</strong><br>Power: 85 Hp / 62 kW<br>Year built: 2008, in 2010 into operation<br>Engine hours: approx. 790 hours (late September 2014)<br>Fuel tank: 1x approx. 300 liter day tank and 1x 400 liter main tank, both tanks are loose plywood with fiberglass epoxy tanks and both provided with swing bulkheads and large manholes. The diesel fuel is pumped from the main tank by an electric pump to the day tank.<br>Cooling system: intercooling, also for the cooler of the generator and gearbox<br>Propulsion: PMR 500D gearbox (2008), flexible coupling (2009), stainless steel shaft (40mm - 2009) with 3 blade 20 "fixed propeller (2009)<br>Fuel consumption: at 1.700 rpm (from 6 to 6.5 knots) including heater consumption: approx. 4 liters per hour<br>Measuring instruments: 2009: Victron battery monitor + AC meter + Multi Control<br>Voltage: 12 / 24 / 230 Volt <br>Operating panel: 2009: Philippi panel<br>Alternator: 2009: 1x 12 Volt (for engine battery) and 1x 24V / 85A (for the service batteries and equipped with a 24 Volt Sterling controller)<br>Water pressure system: 2010: electric water pressure system and a pressure vessel<br>Warm water: 010: Webasto boiler is heated by the engine via 230 Volt and through the Kabola heating<br>Water tank: 1x approx. 300 liter and 1x appr. 400 liter, both tanks are part of the hull and made of plywood with fiberglass epoxy and provided with large manholes<br>Holding tank: 1x approx. 150 liter holding tank (for all sinks and shower) with contents gauge and 1x approx. 100 liter holding tank (toilets) with contents gauge, both tanks are made of plywood with fiberglass epoxy and fitted with manholes<br>Shore power: both at the bow and at the stern is a shore power connection (with a switch) with an RCD and a shore power cable<br>Voltmeter: 12 Volt, 24 Volt en 230 Volt<br>Tachometer: 2x<br>Water tank gauge: 2x<br>Fuelmeter: 2x<br>Oil pressure gauge: 1x<br>Temperature meter: 1x<br>Other: De Jong ( Hardinxveld-Giessendam) has converted the John Deere engine into a ships engine The engine is equipped with a Silent Exhaust, therefore, the cooling is below the water line, and there is a dry exhaust. The cooling system is equipped with an alarm. There are central (behind the engine) 4 seawater resistant bronze valves in the hull and all through-hulls are above the waterline (plastic, stainless steel and chrome-plated brass). There is one weed filter for the cooling inlet of the engine and one weed filter for the inlet of the toilets and the deckwashpump. 2x water separator in the fuel system. The bilge under the engine is fitted with a creamy white epoxy coating. The Danfoss hydraulic system is for the bow thruster, windlass and generator. There is an emergency start circuit in case the engine battery is empty. Victron Isolation Transformer 3.600W. The electrical systems are professionally constructed and there is a clear schedule available. The wiring of the mast is passing via a s.s.gooseneck through the deck. The grey holding tank can be either manually (RM69 pump) and electrically flushed to sea and the black holding water tank can be emptied electric into the sea (above the waterline).<br><strong>Rig and sails</strong><br>Type: sloop 19/20 rigged<br>Spars, stays: 2010: rejuvenated Selden aluminum mast, boom and Rodkicker, stainless steel stays, double set of spreaders, removable cutterstay, Dyneema backstays, Holmatro hydraulic backstay tensioner<br>Winches: 2010: SS Andersen winches: 3x 46 ST (1x on the mast) and 2x 52 ST (electric)<br>Sails material: white Dacron 9,8Oz sails<br>Fore sail: 2010: van der Vliet/Hood Sails: self-tacking High Aspect jib with gray UV strip (approx 42m2)<br>Fore sail reefing system: 2010:Furlex 400 S<br>Other: Sand colored Lazy-Bag (2010) with Lazy-Jacks (2010). Selden aluminum telescopic spinnaker pole (jib pole-2010). 3x Aluminium mast step (2010). The removable cutterstayis for the storm jib and can be used for the self tacking HA jib. Ronstan rails (2010) and blocks (2010) for the self-tacking jib. Spinlock stoppers (2010) in cockpit. Under the winches on the cockpit edge are storages for halyards and sheets.<br><strong>Navigation and electronics</strong><br>Rudder indicator: via autopilot<br>Weatherfax/Navtex: 2010: McMardo ICS NAV6 Navtex <br>Charts, pilots: 2014: digital map of Europe for chartplotter<br>Other: 2012: AIS transducer (Digital Yacht).<br><strong>Equipment</strong><br>Windlass: 2009: Hydraulic Lewmar windlass (remote control on front deck)<br>Fenders, lines: X<br>Exterior cushions: 2010: loose cockpit cushions<br>Covers: 2010: Wintercover (over the boom, including the cockpit)<br>Swimming ladder: 2010: telescoping stainless steel swim ladder<br>Swimming platform: with teak<br>Sea rails, pushpit, pullpit: 2010: ss stanchions, pulpit, pushpit with teak seats, midship passages and double-wired plasticized railing<br>Tender: 2010: Lodestar 2.60 meter<br>Outboard engine: 010: 4 stroke Yamaha 2.5 Hp (max 10 operational hours )<br>Davits, crane: 2010: swiveling stainless steel davits<br>Other: 2x Windshield wiper with washers on the 2 front windows in the deck saloon. Shower in the cockpit (hot and cold). Large cockpit lockers (nicely finished inside). 24 Volt Deckwashpump with open water (2010). In the aft bathroom are preparations made to install a washing machine (power, water, drain with filter).<br><strong>Safety</strong><br>Radar reflector: 2010: Trilens<br>Life jackets, harnesses: 2010: 1x red horseshoe buoy, Life-Line belts on deck<br>Gas bottle locker: 2010: gas bottle locker for two plastic gas bottles. The gas pipes in the vessel are stainless steel<br>Other: Emergency tiller. Gas detector beneath the stove in the galley. Air horn. The vessel is equipped with a lightning rod (connected to the chainplates and the keel bolts). The yacht is registered in The Netherlands.<br>