Palma, Spain | 2017

Gunfleet 58 for sale

General information

Brand
Model
Production
2017
Name of boat
LATOBE
Length
18,25 m / 59,88 ft
Beam
5,20 m / 17,06 ft
Draft
3,60 m / 11,81 ft
Displacement
31,00 tonne
Fuel
1 500 liters
Fresh water
1 000 liters
Location
Spain, Palma

Description

English

Captivatingly good looking Castro design built in the UK and totally uprated for serious bluewater cruising.  This Gunfleet 58 offers slippery sailing and has a centreboard and twin rudders. Of recent build from 2017, she is full of excellent updates and great upgrades and also comes with a lovely light and airy maple interior.   The vertical hull windows and superstructure windows mean that light floods in. She has 4 spacious cabins and sea berths in the main saloon if needed. She is gleaming.

Construction

RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC or RCDII (2013/53/EU as appropriate (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”

Hull Construction:

  • LOD: 57’8” / 17.58m.
  • The hull is laid by hand into a female mould tool generated using a computer controlled 5- axis machine for extreme accuracy and finish. Structural composite engineering is by SP High Modulus (Gurit).
  • Using Finite Element Analysis as a practical design tool, SP have optimised the strength and weight of the Gunfleet 58’ to optimise performance and structural integrity.
  • The lamination system used provides exceptional UV and weathering properties. It uses Iso gelcoat chosen for its superb gloss retention and proven toughness. The hull has a white gelcoat finish and a Vinylester skin coat resin system for optimum water resistance. Isophthalic resins are used thereafter and through the core stage, with an Orthophthalic resin used on the inner skin for superior secondary bonding strength. All resins and glass fibres used are Lloyds approved.
  • The hull shell laminate is based on a high performance blend of multidirectional glass and ‘stitched’ bi-directional fabrics with Kevlar cloth on the centreline forward of the keel for additional strength. The hull topsides above the waterline are cored with a quality DIAB ProBalsa for strength, rigidity, impact resistance and insulation. The DIAB ProBalsa is approved by all major classification societies including Lloyds, ABS and DNV.
  • The hull below the waterline is a solid laminate, heavily reinforced in the area of the keel and mast with carbon fibre unidirectional laminate. The forward underwater area is augmented with Kevlar for added impact strength.
  • The entire hull is further reinforced by the structural grid moulding. This structural grid moulding is a composite E glass and carbon fibre integral support structure, moulded and bonded into the hull to increase longitudinal and transverse hull stiffness and to incorporate strengthening for all dynamically loaded high stress areas including keel support, mast loads and chainplate anchor points. The structural grid also incorporates the engine beds and the integral moulded fuel and water tanks for increased overall stiffness, and to provide maximum tank capacity.
  • Air Draft (excl. optional lights and aerials) 81'5" / 24.82m.
  • LATOBE has been antifouled with anodes checked and replaced as needed annually.

Deck Construction:

  • The deck structure has been engineered by SP-High Modulus and includes a series of complex curves generated by 5-axis computer generated tooling. This shape enhances the vessel’s styling and also contributes towards strength and rigidity.
  • The lamination system used has been chosen to provide exceptional UV, weathering and water resistance properties. The deck uses a white Iso gelcoat chosen for its superb gloss retention and proven toughness. The laminate is hand laid featuring a combination of solid laminate, using Lloyds approved resins. It has a cored laminate using DIAB ProBalsa, with high load areas around the mast, winches and track attachments further reinforced with ‘C’ Plates and solid core materials.
  • The working surfaces of the deck and cockpit are laid teak with non-skid paint, in certain other areas for additional security.
  • The deck edge/bulwark has a  GRP ‘rolled edge’ finish.
  • The cockpit seats, helmsperson’s seats and cockpit floor are all laid teak. The helm seats have GRP and stainless steel backrests. Under the port helm seat is a top access storage locker, under the starboard seat, accessed from the aft deck, is a further large stowage locker, which houses the liferaft. This locker is fitted with a U bolt for the liferaft tether line.

Finishes and Detailing:

  • Hull and deck are in white gelcoat. The hull has a single boot top and cavita line in a Light Charcoal Grey. The hull below waterline has an epoxy primer coat. The side decks, fore deck, aft deck, cockpit seats, helm seat, cockpit floor and the 3 transom steps are all trimmed with laid teak.
  • The engine room is sealed and fully lined with 35mm thick composite sound deadening foam comprising two layers of polyurethane foam, with a 4mm ‘mass’ layer for acoustic insulation. The engine room is accessible from the galley and aft guest cabin for normal maintenance. The hanging lockers in the owner’s stateroom and forward cabin have cedar panels.

Keel & Rudder:

  • The keel comprises a cast lead centre-board housing of approximately 8,880kg (19,401lbs) bolted to a GRP stub. The GRP stub has a wide footprint to for the optimum layout and strength of the bolting arrangement. The stub is an integral part of the hull moulding and also creates a large bilge sump that concentrates any bilge water into one area.
  • The lead is cast with 3% antimonial hardening and is bolted to the GRP stub with stainless steel keel bolts. The centreboard is in cast iron of approximately 507kg (1,11lb) and pivots on a stainless steel pin system that may be removed for maintenance.
  • The centreboard is push button controlled via a hydraulic ram driven by an electric pump. There is a centreboard position indicator and a manual override release. Last inspected March 2020.
  • The twin rudders have rudder stocks fabricated from stainless steel with welded tangs. The rudder blades are composite fibreglass with hand-laid E glass, stitched fabrics and unidirectional rovings. The blades are ‘over-glassed’ around the leading edge for added strength and are sealed, faired and foam filled. The rudders have self-aligning upper and lower bearings. There is also an emergency tiller system.  The rudders and rudder bearings were inspected in 2020.

Machinery

Engine & Gearboxes:

  • Volvo Penta D3 5 cylinder, 4 stroke marine diesel of 150 hp 110 kW.
  • Brunton Varifold 4 bladed folding propeller through a conventional shaft drive. Prop One is applied to propeller and shaft annually.
  • Ambassador 2-bladed rope cutter.
  • Aquadrive self-aligning bearing system for a smooth and quiet installation.  
  • Tides Marine lip-seal shaft seal that needs little maintenance and is pre-installed with spare seals.
  • Fuel filtration is via a Racor 500 primary filter, with a water sensing alarm linked to a readout near the main switch panel.
  • Engine instrumentation includes a rev counter, engine hours meter and audible alarms for oil pressure, and engine temperature.
  • A single lever type control for throttle and gearshift is fitted to the port pedestal  within easy reach of the helm.
  • The engine room has a ducted cooling and ventilation system via 2 electric extractor fans with a remote switch and automatic cut-off timer.
  • Automatic engine room fire extinguisher.
  • The exhaust discharges through the underside of the stern. The exhaust has a water lock muffler and a water separator to minimize exhaust noise (especially in the Owner’s cabin) and to reduce backpressure and increase engine longevity.

Maintenance & Performance:

  • The main engine has been serviced annually in accordance with the Manufacturers’ recommendations.
  • Engine hours: c. 1,484 @ 09-06-2020.  The engine oil and filters have  been changed a every 150 engine hours by Volvo Penta authorized agents.

Propulsion & Steering:

  • The Flightdeck® system incorporates twin wrap-around wheels mounted in front of the pedestals so the helm controls and instruments are unobstructed by the spokes. The wheels are stainless steel with leather rim covers.
  • The pedestal system has lecturns designed to take a 12” chart-plotter/radar screen. Each pedestal also has a steering compass and the sail handling controls are on the starboard pedestal.
  • Emergency tiller system with dedicated lazarette stowage.
  • The steering system is a Lewmar ‘Mamba’ torque rod arrangement.  Together with the semi-balanced rudder blades LATOBE’s steering system is both light and responsive. It was serviced February 2019.
  • Sleipner 210 tunnel bow thruster with proportional thrust serviced February 2019.
  • Sleipner 170 retractable stern thruster with proportional thrust serviced February 2019.

Electrical Systems

Voltage Systems:

  • A 230 volt 50hz AC system.
  • CZone AC monitoring.
  • 230 volt ring main with 6 double Vimar sockets in the owner’s stateroom, the galley, the chart table area the forward and aft guest cabins and the forward cabin. There are 3 additional 220v sockets at the aft end outboard of the galley, after cabin for TV, and on the port side of the saloon in the face to the sofa.
  • AC Panel inboard the navigator’s seat. Panel features Shore/Ship AC selector, RCD’s (Residual Current Device) and circuit breakers. All AC load circuits have residual current protection provided by a panel mounted RCD unit
  • 24 volt domestic system has a CZone digital switching and monitoring system.
  • Advanced control of DC circuits allows “mode” selection to automate switching of the individual circuit breakers, saving time and ensuring correct circuits are on or off. Examples of modes are Marina, Day Sailing, Night Sailing etc.
  • Monitoring of the DC and AC electrical systems.

Battery Banks:

  • 24 volt house battery bank with a capacity of 800 amp hrs. The batteries are heavy duty, sealed, maintenance free, Gel 100 amp hour batteries and are located under the saloon sole. New 2018.
  • The engine 12 volt starting battery and generator 12 volt starting battery are new February 2019. They are in Gel with a capacity of 100 amp hours and outside in the engine room.
  • Motorised battery isolator switches are remotely activated by the CZone system, there is a manual override.

Battery Chargers:

  • Mastervolt 230 volt 100 amp 24 volt Chargemaster battery charger.
  • House battery bank charging via a 24 volt Mastervolt Chargemaster 100 amp battery charger or the dedicated 24 volt Mastervolt 110 amp alternator controlled by a Mastervolt 3 stage Alpha-Pro regulator.
  • The engine start and generator start batteries are charged by the engine alternator and by dedicated Mastervolt chargers (installed October 2019).

Alternators:

  • Fully inspected Serviced 2020.
  • Volvo 12 volt, 115 amp alternator.

Generator:

  • Generator Onan 11kW 50Hz includes Racor fuel filter cross-over valves in engine and generator fuel lines.
  • Generator fully serviced annually.
  •  Charged by a dedicated Mastervolt charger (installed October 2019).
  • Engine hours – c. 1,040 @ 09-06-2020.

Shore Power:

  • 20 metre (65’) 32 amp shore side connection cable and socket.
  • 20 meter (65’) 32 amp shoreside connection cable and socket dedicated to Aircon circuits.
  • 2 x shore power sockets, one for A/C.

Other Electrical:

  • 32 amp Galvanic isolator, 32 amp.
  • Monitoring of Fuel, Water and Black tanks.
  • Intelligent alarm events and control.
  • Inverter Mastervolt 2500 watt for Microwave and sockets only.

Plumbing Systems

  • Seawater inlets and outlets are grouped to 2 manifold systems.  One bronze manifold for water inlets and one GRP manifold for water outlets.
  • All underwater seacocks and their skin fittings are DZR Bronze.

Fresh Water & Water Heating System:

  • 1 x Whale ‘Universal’ 24 volt electric high performance impeller pump with integrated accumulator tank for fresh water supply.
  • There is an approximately 73 litre (16 imp gallons) calorifier hot water tank, which is heated by using either heat from the engine or via the 230 volt thermostatically controlled immersion element powered form the shore connection or an optional generator.
  • New Marco waterpump installed February 2020.

Watermaker:

  • Seafresh 160 litres per hour water maker.
  • Watermaker last serviced - 24/04/2020.

Bilge Pumps:

  • 2 Whale Orca IC (Intelligent Control via the CZone system) 24 volt electric impeller bilge pumps with sensors, vented loops and 3 position auto switches. Rated at approximately 65 - 82 litres per minute each.
  • 1 Whale Titan manual, diaphragm bilge pump for cockpit operation complete with strainer, handle and handle lanyard. Rated at 65 – 98 litres per minute.
  • 3 Whale Gulper 320 24 volt electric, diaphragm pumps for forward, galley and aft grey water discharge. Each includes a Whale sump tank with auto switch.

Tankage

  • The fuel and water tanks are moulded GRP, laminated into the hull as part of the structural grid.
  • Fuel capacity is approximately 1,500 litres (330 imp gallons).
  • Water capacity approximately 1,000 litres (220 imp gallons).
  • Both tanks have on-deck fillers, baffles, breathers, and inspection hatch.
  • The water tank is coated with an approved food grade gelcoat. The fuel tank is coated with an approved diesel resistant gelcoat and is fitted with a takeoff plate with labeled valves for supply and return lines.
  • Water and fuel tank sensors are connected to the yacht’s CZone monitoring system for contents readouts. The CZone system can be set to switch off the water pressure pump before the tank runs dry to avoid pump damage.
  • GRP black water holding tanks with approximately 96 litres (21 imp gallons) capacity are fitted in both the forward and aft heads areas. These tanks are plumbed so they may be discharged overboard by gravity or by using a dockside pump out. They are fitted with sensors to enable remote monitoring via CZone. The monitoring system can also control the operation of the toilet to avoid over filling the holding tank.

Navigation Equipment

  • Fully NMEA2000 compliant, and networked Garmin 7412 12” multifunction chartplotters at each helm.
  • Garmin 7408 12” Touch Screen CZone main control panel with integrated chart-plotter repeater at the chart table.
  • Garmin sailing system.
  • 2 Garmin colour multifunction display units mounted in the eyebrow above the companionway for boat speed, depth, wind speed and wind direction.
  • Garmin chart software for UK and Europe or USA.
  • Garmin autopilot with dedicated control head (Lewmar Mamba autopilot drive motor).
  • 2 Garmin GPS antennae – integrated within the plotters.
  • Garmin VHF with DSC with handset and speaker.
  • VHF antenna with integrated ‘Windex’.
  • Grounding plate for future SSB installation complete with wide copper braid from backstay chainplates in lazarette to grounding plate.
  • PC screen at chart table.
  • Garmin HD colour radar with 24” Raydome fed to all multifunction plotters.

Domestic Equipment

Galley:

  • Frigoboat custom stainless steel 237 litre refrigerator and 130 litre freezer at the aft outboard end of the galley - both are fitted with fiddled shelves and drains. These are run by separate 24 volt compressors with a keel cooler system.
  • GN Espace stainless steel gimballed gas cooker with 5 top burners and a separate oven. It has push button ignition and a flame failure cut-off device.
  • There is a remote switch for the electric (gas locker located) solenoid gas shutoff valve. Gas pipework is in fixed copper piping with armoured flexible sections of pipe to allow the cooker to gimbal.
  • Smeg filter cooker hood with a 24 volt extractor fan.
  • BLUM self-closing drawers, and lockers under the counters, one of which is a dedicated to a 40 litre slide-out waste bin. Overhead storage lockers outboard are fiddled to allow safe storage of provisions etc.
  • The inboard counter has a GN Espace stainless steel multipurpose sink system with one large sink and a rinse sink.  There is a single lever mixer tap and a nylon chopping board. Beneath the sinks are sound insulated access panels to the engine room.
  • Polycarbonate wine glasses & tumblers, bone china dinner plates, bowls & mugs plus cutlery for 8.
  • Smeg stainless steel microwave.
  • Washer/dryer SMEG WDF14C7.

Heads/Showers:

  • 2 separated shower stalls.
  • 2 Jabsco electric fresh water large bowl WCs

Heating & Ventilation:

  • Webasto reverse cycling air conditioning with a 60,000 BTU central chiller.  Are all the cabins air conditioned.
  • Webasto diesel heating system operating on 24VDC and totally independent of the air conditioning system.
  • Fully serviced 2020 by authorized dealer.
  • Heating outlets to both heads compartment.
  • WC extractor fans to both forward and aft heads.

Entertainment:

  • A Tuner is installed at the chart table with stereo speakers in the saloon and waterproof stereo speakers in the cockpit.
  • Recessed Fusion speakers in the cockpit for the stereo.
  • TV/AM/FM antenna.
  • TVs in saloon and aft cabin – retractable in saloon, recessed in aft cabin – both Samsung T32E390SX SMART 32” LED TV.

Lighting:

  • Interior lighting, controlled by Vimar switches.
  • 45 x LED overhead lights controlled by Vimar momentary ‘dimmer’ switches.
  • 8 x Individual LED reading lights.
  • 3 x LED Engine room lights.
  • 1 x LED chart light.
  • Hull port mood lighting in the aft cabin and saloon, courtesy step lighting to the companionway, in low level areas in the galley, saloon and forward cabin.
  •  LED strip lighting to all hull port recess areas.
  • Aquasignal LED navigation lights on the pulpit. An S34 LED stern light.
  • Mast mounted steaming light and a masthead tri-white tricolour/ anchor light.
  • Navigation, anchoring and deck light switching is controlled via the CZone system.
  • Exterior low-level LED courtesy lights in cockpit and aft walkway – outboard of helm seats,  under cockpit table, port and starboard in vertical faces outboard of aft cabin overhead hatches, and on underside of transom gunwhale.
  • Mast illumination – 3 pairs of spreader uplighters, 1 pair of spreader downlighters, 1 end of boom light over aft deck, 2 boom lights over cockpit table.
  • Waterproof lighting to both forward sail locker and aft lazarette.

Accommodation

Summary of Accommodation:

  • Comfortable and luxurious sleeping for 8 in 2 double cabins with 2 spacious upper and lower berth cabins and a generous main saloon.   There is the option of 2 sea berths in the main saloon for use at sea and lee cloths are fitted for that purpose both in the saloon and on all berths throughout the ship.
  • Joinery is executed in Maple with matching hardwood trim.
  • Teak timber sole boards laid in a custom plank-effect design. The forward and aft cabins are carpeted. Cabin doors have ‘3 panel’ Oak veneer arrangement.
  • All locker doors are fitted with soft-closing concealed hinges. The lockers are fully lined with joined timber panels and are opened and secured via flush push button latches with a chrome finish.
  • All drawers are equipped with ‘BLUM’ soft-closing ‘glide slide’ mechanisms and are also opened and secured via flush push button latches with a chrome finish.
  • Main cabin doors are fitted with anti-rattle mortice door locks and have handles with a chrome finish. WC and shower area access doors also have privacy locks. Architraves to all cabin doors are fitted with rubber foam seals for a soft closing effect and for the reduction of noise transmission between cabins.
  • Overhead linings are vinyl covered marine ply panels in white as with the interior GRP liners. The lining system is removable for access to fastenings and installed equipment.
  • Main accommodation lighting is recessed into the overhead panels. In many LED strip lights are fitted see lighting seciont. All berths are fitted with reading lights.
  • There is courtesy lighting within the main accommodation sole steps and this, together with other lighting, is able to be switched or dimmed using the CZone digital switching system.
  • There are grab rails and handholds placed around the interior to provide safety.
  • Berths and sofa are made from a combination of firm and soft, fire retardant, foam for optimum.
  • Sofas are divided into manageable sizes to facilitate access to stowage areas underneath. Lee cloths are provided for 8 berths with lanyards and attachment points enabling them to be used at sea. The owner’s double berth and forward cabin double berth are divided on the centreline to effectively allow the option of creating single berths.  (All upholstery professionally cleaned May 2020).
  • All timber, including hidden joinery and lining panels, is sealed and coated with a clear varnish. All visible bilge areas are finished with Flow-coat.
  • Saloon venetian blinds in silver bullion.
  • Deck saloon and cockpit ports to galley and ports in the aft cabin have Oceanair pleated blinds in white with blackout material except for saloon and galley.
  • Aft cabin TV surround is in charcoal Ultraleather.
  • Nav panel inlay in charcoal Ultraleather.
  • Interior varnish refinished 2019.

Windows and Hatches:

  • Deck saloon windows are in toughened grey tinted glass. The 4 side panels are directbonded to the GRP structure. Set into each of these glass panels above the galley and the aft guest cabin, is a Lewmar opening port.
  • To the forward end of the deck saloon there are 3 glazed panels. The central panel is fixed and direct-bonded, and the port and starboard panels have concealed frames and are opening with gas strut supports.
  • The cockpit well has 3 Lewmar opening ports – one to the galley, one to the aft shower (with a ‘privacy’ finish) and one to the aft guest cabin.
  • The owner’s stateroom has 2 Lewmar flush mounted opening hatches.
  • On the forward coachroof there are 2 Lewmar flush hatches, one above the forward guest cabin, the other above the forward WC area. Above the forward cabin there is an additional Lewmar flush hatch adjacent to a similar sized fixed acrylic skylight panel.
  • Set into the hull are a total of 19 hull windows – 4 large fixed glass panoramic hull windows in the saloon, 6 fixed hull windows in the owners’ aft cabin, 6 fixed hull windows in the forward cabin, one in the forward guest cabin and one in each of the WC areas. All deck saloon windows are fitted with Oceanair Skysol pleated blinds. Overhead hatches are fitted with Oceanair Skyscreens with combined blinds and bug screens. All hull windows and port lights fitted into the GRP structure have Oceanair blinds. (All blinds professionally cleaned May 2020).

Description of layout:

Forward Stateroom:

  • S spacious forward VIP cabin with a large central ‘island’ double berth with 2 large storage drawers beneath. The cabin has port and starboard hanging lockers as well as hull side bin lockers, shelves and a mirror.
  • There are 6 hull windows, together with an opening overhead hatch, skylight panel and dorade ventilation,

Forward WC/Shower:

  • The forward WC/Shower compartment has a large bowl electric freshwater flush toilet Jabsco electric and a ceramic washbasin with a single lever mixer tap. The counter top is Corian and the floors are laid with a patterned vinyl. Outboard of the counter is a cupboard with mirrored doors and a hull window.
  • There is an an overhead hatch and a separate deck dorade. Aft is a separate shower stall with mixer taps and adjustable shower head. A towel rail, toilet roll holder, soap dispenser and tooth brush holder/tumbler are also fitted.
  • This compartment has 2 doors enabling its use as a day heads/shared with the forward guest cabin with access from the passage way or, with this door closed, as an en-suite for the forward cabin.

Forward Guest Cabin:

  • To port, opposite the forward WC/Shower area with twin bunk berths and a hull-side hull window.  There is an overhead hatch and a separate deck dorade. At the forward end is a hanging locker with stowage beneath and at the aft end there is a locker unit and a bulkhead mounted mirror.

Saloon:

  • The companionway access from saloon to cockpit has laminated angled treads. There are 2 stainless steel handrails running vertically on each side of the stairs with padded coverings. The companionway hinges up, assisted by gas struts, for easy access to a machinery area and storage space.
  • The port and starboard sofas each seat at least 4 people and can be used as sea berths.
  • The saloon table has a fixed port-side leaf arrangement atop a large pedestal locker. The starboard leaf folds over from portside section to create one large table for at least 8 table settings.
  • The table pedestal locker has bottle stowage with an automatic illumination light.
  • 32” Flatscreen on a push button lift.
  • Pioneer DEN-3900BT stereo with CD player and ceiling speakers.

Chart Table:

  • The chart table is forward facing chart table with space for half-folded Admiralty charts, and has a navigator’s seat. The chart table lid is hinged and has a positive stay. There is navigator’s flexi light. At the forward end of the chart table area there is a sculptured console for navigational instrumentation.

Galley:

  • There are large counter surfaces inboard and outboard. These counters in Corian.  Each counter is fitted with up-stands and radiused corners. There is a sweep-in access panel to the fully installed waste bin and also drain grooves for dish draining.
  • There is a large eye-level locker inboard of the sinks crockery stowage for 8 place settings. There is also a fitted microwave oven.
  • At the aft inboard end of the galley is a tall locker with the top half dedicated to provision stowage with the washer/dryer beneath.
  • Athwartships, ventilation is provided by opening ports on each side of the galley.

Owner’s Stateroom:

  • There is 2.03 m (6’8”) large centreline double berth with a storage drawer beneath. There is a hanging locker and upholstered sofa on the port side and a forward facing vanity unit and mirror with a matching seat on the starboard side. At the forward end of this cabin is a shallow locker with recess above for the flatscreen 32” Samsung TV.
  • There are shelves inboard of the hull windows. There is 2 way switching of the cabin overhead lights and individual reading lights either side and at the head of the double berth.
  • Remote control operated electric blinds.
  • There are 3 hull windows on each side of the stateroom and 2 opening hatches. Forward and to starboard of this owner’s cabin there is an en-suite shower and WC area. The WC is fitted with a large bowl Jabsco electric fresh-water flush toilet and a ceramic washbasin with a single lever mixer tap. The counter top is Corian and the floors in patterned vinyl. Outboard of the counter is a cupboard with a mirrored door and a hull window. A separate shower stall is fitted featuring a seat and an adjustable shower head set all behind an acrylic hinged door. A towel rail, toilet roll holder, soap dispenser and toothbrush tumbler/holder are also fitted.

Aft Guest Cabin:

  • Aft of the chart table area, to starboard, is access to the aft guest cabin. This cabin has twin bunk berths and a storage locker at its aft end. Inboard of the berths there is a large sound insulated door that gives access to the engine room. Ventilation to the cabin is via an opening port to the cockpit and an opening port set into the deck saloon/coach roof glazed side panel.

Deck Equipment

Rig:   

  • Standing rigging inspected annually by Professional riggers and fully cleaned and polished.
  • There is a stainless steel stemhead and bowsprit arrangement, which incorporates twin rollers for the launching and retrieving of the anchor. There is also a forward attachment point for a cruising chute or asymmetric spinnaker.
  • Air Draft (excluding lights and aerials) 81'5" / 24.82m.
  • 11/12th type fractional sloop by Selden with a 135% overlapping furling genoa. The mast and boom are in alloy with a white painted finish and with hydraulic In-Mast mainsail furling system by Selden with hydraulic reversing outhaul, complete with emergency over-ride system.
  • The mast is a triple spreader keel stepped rig, with a custom stainless steel chainplates. The spreaders have a slight aft-sweep to facilitate an optimum sheeting angle for upwind sailing and for a standing rigging configuration that negates the need for a baby stay.
  • Navtec hydraulic vang and, rod kicker.
  • Twin backstays with hydraulic tensioning rams.
  • Both vang and backstays are operated via a remote manual Navtec pump panel.
  • Lewmar 2:1 mainsheet system with track, captive-ball mainsheet car.
  • 2 x Lewmar Genoa sheet tracks with pin-stop cars.
  • 2 x Lewmar genoa sheet turning blocks.
  • 2 x Spinlock rope clutches adjacent to helm for mainsheet traveller control.
  • 7 x cockpit mounted stainless steel U bolts for safety harness attachment.
  • 6 x stainless steel dorade cowls.
  • The mainsheet system is mounted aft of the cockpit, and operates a 2:1 purchase system for both mainsheet and traveller.
  • A Lewmar Commander 400 24 volt hydraulic pump installation is fitted with three functions for mainsail furling, mainsail reversing outhaul and the lifting of the centre board.
  • Solent Rig with second outer (Reacher) headstay with manual furler, tracks, pin-stop cars, turning blocks, halyard, mast clutches and sheets.
  • Selden hydraulic furling to both Reacher and Solent stays with Selden hydraulic furlers overhauled 2019.
  • Echomax 230 passive radar reflector mounted on mast.
  • Deck pad eyes only for future downwind sail control gear – for 2 x guys, 2 x sheets, 1 x downhaul.
  • Spinnaker pole stowed on mast plus all running and deck gear for use with genoa or asymmetric.
  • Extra padeyes x 4 fitted for downwind sails, two extra cleats fitted for stern crosslines in 2019.

Standing Rigging:

  • Standing rigging is discontinuous 1 x 19 Dyform high tensile 316 stainless steel wire.
  • 1 x Forestay 48 Rod.
  • 1 x Backstay (split) 14mm plus 2 x 12mm.
  • 2 x Cap shrouds V1 - 19mm; V2, V3/D4 - 16mm.
  • 2 x Lower shrouds D1 - 16mm.
  • 4 x Intermediate shrouds D2 – 12mm; D3 – 10mm.
  • Rigging screws are Navtec chrome bronze with toggles.

Running Rigging and Blocks:

  • All running rigging removed and cleaned annually.
  • 1 x Main Halyard Dyneema 12mm.
  • 1 x Genoa Halyard Dyneema 12mm.
  • 1 x Boom Topping Lift Dyneema 10mm.
  • 2 x Signal Halyards Polyester plait 4mm.
  • 1 x Burgee Halyard Polyester plait 4mm.
  • 1 x Mainsail outhaul Dyneema 14mm.
  • 1 x Mainsheet Polyester braid 12mm.
  • 2 x Mainsheet Traveller Control Lines Polyester braid 10mm.
  • 2 x 16mm Genoa Sheets in Polyester braid
  • Set of guard wires, 6mm for the top and 5mm lower wire with swaged fork end fittings and pelican hooks for gateway access – pelican hooks have rope ‘pulls’.
  • Lewmar HTX/Racing Mainsheet blocks.

Custom Stainless Steelwork:

  • All stainless steel is polished.
  • Set of custom shroud chainplates.
  • Twin backstay chainplates.
  • Scandinavian style extended stemhead fitting with anchor roller.
  • Attachment fitting for the furling headsail system.
  • Bow pulpit with mounts for navigation lights.
  • Aft pushpits with built in teak trimmed seats and gateway to boarding platform.
  • Ensign staff socket.
  • Stainless steel sprayhood hoops.
  • Set of stainless steel stanchions including gateways to port and starboard for easy boarding.
  • Set of GRP/stainless steel seat backs at helm positions.
  • Stainless steel cockpit table frame.
  • Stainless steel step in lazarette.
  • 3 x stainless steel steps in forward sail locker.
  • 3 x stainless steel dorade guards on foredeck.
  • Stern boarding ladder with stowage latch.
  • Removable side boarding ladder with attachment points port and starboard.
  • 2 Handrails to deck saloon upperworks.

Winches:

  • All winches fully serviced 2002.
  • Lewmar EVO – Alloy drums.
  • 2 x size 70 electric two-speed self-tailing Primary winches.
  • 2 x size 65 manual two-speed self-tailing Secondary winches.
  • 1 x size 55 electric two-speed self-tailing Mainsheet winch.
  • 1 x size 40 manual two-speed self-tailing Traveller winch.
  • 2 x size 55 manual two-speed self-tailing Mast winches.

Sails:

  • All sails removed over winter, cleaned, serviced and stored in sail loft.
  • Pentex Cruise Laminate radial-cut furling mainsail with integral clew outhaul block and a set of vertical battens, leech line control .
  • Pentex Cruise Laminate radial-cut furling 135% genoa with UV protection to leech and foot, padded foam luff, leech and foot control lines, reef indicators, tell tails by Dolphin.
  • Dolphin Sails Asymmetric with Karver top-down furler and 2:1 Dyneema halyard (and cover to protect from AV if left up) (new anti-torsional cable 2020).
  • Sail Area Mainsail (In-Mast Furling) 77.34 sq m (832 sq ft).
  • Genoa (Furling 135%) 97.35 sq m (1,048 sq ft).
  • I = 74'5" / 22.67m.
  • J = 20'11" / 6.38m.
  • P = 66'7" / 20.31m.
  • E = 25' / 7.62m.

General on deck:

  • The companionway has an Acrylic hatch which slides away under the deck saloon roof. The vertical companionway washboard is also acrylic, and slides down vertically into its own stowage trough. The sliding hatch and washboard have a locking mechanism that can be operated from above or below deck. The area alongside the sliding hatch is fitted with a pair of stainless steel grab rails and acrylic cut-out mug holder recesses. 2 further drinks holders are located on the side of each of the steering pedestals.
  • The stern deck has full-width large lazarette with a lockable, hinged teak-laid lid supported by gas struts.
  • The adjacent deck area has a drained gas locker, with teak laid lid, for the stowage of two 6kg Propane gas bottles.
  • There a hot and cold deck shower.
  • The transom has a closed-in stern with a power operated hinged-down, teak laid, bathing platform. Access to the platform is provided via a stainless steel ladder system with teak treads, integrated into the aft pushpit. With the platform down, integrally moulded GRP lockers, that maintain the watertight integrity of the main lazarette, are revealed for the aft shower and dive/swim gear stowage. The bathing and boarding ladder is a removable unit with high-reach hand holds and a tender post.
  • Ahead of the pedestals and aft of the companionway, there is a fixed cockpit table with two hinged leaves and a central refrigerated cold box with two top opening lids which is powered by a 24VDC keel cooled Frigoboat compressor The table top and leaves are gloss varnished teak and has a padded protection cover with top access flaps.
  • On the foredeck there is access to a large dedicated sail and general storage locker via a teak laid hatch. This locker also has sealed access door to the separate chain locker.
  • Hydraulic Besenzoni passerelle new 2019.

Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:

  • Stainless steel stemhead with twin rollers for the launching and retrieving the anchor.
  • Lewmar V4 x 2000 watt (V5) electric anchor windlass with gypsy and warping drum. The windlass has adjacent foot switches. It is supplied with 100 metres of galvanised calibrated 12mm anchor chain, which stows in a draining chain locker in the bow. It has a Lewmar remote control and chain counter, new 2020.
  • Chain Relieving Strop.
  • CQR 55kg anchor is supplied and stows in the stem head fitting when not in use.
  • 8 x 360mm stainless steel folding ‘wing’ mooring cleats are through-bolted at bow and stern and mid-ships. Each cleat has its own deck-edge stainless steel chafe strip.(2 new added to stern 2019).
  • Stainless anchor plate fabricated and added to bow February 2019.

Covers, Canvas & Cushions:

  • Fold down sprayhood in Weathermax – colour taupe on stainless steel frames with 3 clears.  The central panel rolls up.  The aft hoop has 2 leather cover handholds.  When not in use the sprayhood hoops fold into the storage channel across the top of the deck saloon new 2019.
  • Cockpit table cover in Weathermax – colour taupe.
  • Cockpit seat and back cushions in Silvertex – colour taupe.
  • Aft deck sun cushion with head wedge in Silvertex – colour taupe.
  • Bimini on stainless steel frame – colour taupe, new 2020.
  • Full cover for RIB.
  • Leather reinforced Canvas chaps for rib.
  • Full covers to helm stations, seats cushions and backrests for helm.
  • Mesh share screens zipped to Bimini.
  • Full cockpit enclosure.

Tender & Outboard:

  • Cooney 300kg electric davits.
  • AB Rib with steering pedestal and electric start 30hp Honda four stroke engine.
  • Serviced outboard - 23/04/2020.

Safety Equipment:

  • All Safety equipment inspected and serviced 2020.
  • Pull-out emergency rope ladder is which can be deployed from the water.
  • 2 x Horseshoe life rings with holder.
  • Epirb.
  • Dan Buoy.
  • 2 x Liferaft 4p Leisure.

Fire-fighting equipment:

  • 1 x fire blanket.
  • 4 x fire extinguishers, 1kg dry powder type.
  • Fixed fire-fighting system in the engine room.
$ 1 558 000Listed price: 1 250 000 £
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Added: 10:55 27.06.2020
Updated: 14:27 05.07.2020

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