Accommodations The boat is extremely well laid out for long-term passage making or, in the case of the current owner, as a live-aboard summer home. The interior is very open and bright. Coming down several stairs into the galley and salon area you are immediately struck by the amount of light coming into the boat. Surrounded by windows on both sides, forward and with the large companionway, you have 360 degree views from anywhere in the salon or galley. To starboard is a galley fit for any cook. There is nice storage and plenty of counter space. The oven/stove is outboard and gimballed for use under sail. The double sinks give plenty of capacity for washing dishes and preparing food. The freezer is aft and accessed from the counter. The refrigerator is located on the centerline and accessed via a door which opens aft. There is an opening port just above the oven/stove for great ventilation. Navigation station and electrical control area to port. Shore power, 12v and solar electric all controlled here. Communications, entertainment and performance instrumentation also located in navigation area. Just forward of the nav station are the port settees (actually 2 recliner chairs), the middle of the 3 chairs is fixed and has plenty of storage underneath and a fold-down back that hides a bar and has 2 drink holders built in. To starboard of the settees and forward of the galley is the dinette w/wrap-around seating. The table can be quickly enlarged from cocktail size to maximum dining size and electrically lowered to form a double berth. Under the salon and galley is the extensive, well-insulated machinery area w/easy access through the floor. The engine, generator, tanks and most equipment on the boat is located here. The forward owner's stateroom in the bow has a slightly raised, wider island-style berth forward w/storage under, shelves outboard and closet aft to port, makeup mirror and seating. Owner's head w/stand-up shower enclosure aft to starboard. Going aft from the galley is the second cabin w/a very large berth, which can also serve as the master. Storage outboard in well-ventilated lockers w/long shelf over. Just forward of the aft guest cabin is the bright & spacious day/guest cabin head w/a very large shower and good storage. Moving to starboard is a workroom accessed via the aft cabin or the deck w/a long work table and lots of storage, both open and in lockers. The microwave oven is in this area to free up space in the galley for storage.
Galley Double sink Gimballed stove w/oven outboard, opening port above Microwave (in workroom) Centerline refrigerator (accessed via aft-opening door) Freezer aft (accessed from counter)
Sails and Rigging Leisure furl mainsail Roller furling genoa Double spreader, deck-stepped aluminum mast Harken roller furling unit Leisure Furl in-boom mainsail furling system w/manual control forward side of mast Almost all controls led back to electric halyard/utility winch in cockpit Full set of stoppers to control almost all lines from above winch without leaving cockpit Very long mainsheet traveler to aid in better leech control of mainsail while reaching Harken 70 electric 2-speed primary winches Harken 44 electric 2-speed halyard/utility winch Custom hard-topped dodger w/removable carbonite windows in 3 front panels, removable side panels. The carbonite windows are brand new 2015. The top also features LED lighting for the companionway, as well as the halyard winch/stopper work station. Full bimini and cockpit enclosure. Stand-alone bimini is stand alone & can be linked to dodger w/zipper-in insert. Removable sides for the entire cockpit to enable poor weather sailing or outside dining in inclement weather.
Electronics and Navigation Raymarine ST-6001 type two auto pilot Raymarine C120 at helm Raymarine radar Raymarine sailing instruments at helm All engine instruments located on steering pedestal Side-Power bow thruster control on steering pedestal Raymarine RAY VHF radio at steering pedestal VHF radio at nav station Stereo control on steering pedestal Acu-gage tank monitoring system Raymarine ST60 Autohelm series graphic display at nav station Fisher Panda control panel at nav station Ray215 DSC VHF at nav station Poly-planar marine stereo/disc player at nav station (remote at helm station) Delphi XM Skyfi2 satellite radio receiver Dual-purpose antenna for FM radio & VHF radio w/switch at the nav station Bose speakers in salon Naxa Flat panel TV in salon Extended Range cell phone amplifier on top of mast
Mechanical Maxwell 1200 anchor windlass w/foot switches, Delta 60 anchor Bow Thruster Stern Thruster Max prop propeller improves fuel range and works well in reverse Spare standard propeller Dual fuel filters Anchor wash down pump Electric heads 2-Zone Air conditioning
Electrical Solar power, charging system LED lighting Fisher Panda 8kw 120V AC generator 30/50 amp service
Upgrades Standing rigging replaced-2017 Installed Max Prop-2017 New Doyle Jib-2017 Main inspected by Doyle, very good shape-2017 Tank Monitor replaced-2017 Grab rails installed at coachtop entrance to salon-2017 Solar Panels to keep batteries charged and maintain refrigerator temp Stern Jet Thruster-2018 % New batteries including 2 for the jet thruster-2018 New bimini canvas-2018 New dodger canvas-2018 New full cockpit enclosure-2018 New Wi-Fi hotspot booster-2018 New B&G instrumentation-2018 New VHF with AIS-2018
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