INDIGO was built for her current, experienced sailing owner.
Designed by Javier Soto Acebal, INDIGO is a custom and one-of-a-kind yacht built for warm water sailing by the M.L. and Bravo Shipyards in Brazil. She showcases clean lines and a flush deck laid with teak. The yacht boasts a large sheltered cockpit area where guests can sit or dine in comfort under sail or at anchor. INDIGO’s sail handling is operated predominately aft near the yacht’s twin helms; she has oversized sheet winches that are hydraulically operated.
Sailing yacht INDIGO’s interior is practical and comfortable at sea. Her salon is full beam and features a settee to starboard and a dining area with seating for eight on the port side. She also boasts a chart table aft of the salon that is well equipped with instruments, radio equipment and the electrical panel. The well equipped large galley area is on portside aft of the salon.
This luxury sailing yacht has a classic disposition. INDIGO accommodates eight guests in four staterooms. Her accommodation includes two twin staterooms mid ship and two staterooms forward. Each stateroom is complete with its own private en-suite bath. There is also a crew cabin aft for her two crew members.
The initial design provided for a large owner stateroom in the bow (where there are now two twin bed staterooms.) A new owner could refit this area if desired.
The vessel is a high performance fast cruiser also suited to regatta sailing.
Following delivery new the yacht was sailing in Brazil and Caribbean area 2011.
In 2012 they crossed to the Mediterranean, visiting Palma and cruising throughout the Med (Italy, Greece etc.) and back to the Caribbean. Since then she has cruised the South America area and San Blas islands and Caribbean – only for family use (not charter). She has competed in several races including the Recife to F. Noronha – and offshore race of 350 nm for which she beat the record, completing in less than 25 hours!
Summer 2017 INDIGO returned again to Spain.
Her owner is now retiring from yachting.
In a recent sailing trip, during 14 hrs INDIGO sailed from Palma to Valencia, with an average speed of 10 knots, and a top speed amazing 23.9 knots ! This in a Force 7 !
October 2018 INDIGO sailed to Gibraltar for her export from the EU and was in Valencia since then.
In July 2019 the yacht relocated to Barcelona for refit and upgrade work to be done. This included general servicing but also a full rig inspection, new seacocks, new batteries and some interior modifications to the port cabin.
NOTE: INDIGO does not have a dinghy garage in the stern. At build her owner opted to have a closed transom with swimming platform & steps and to have a large stowage area accessed from deck. The dinghy stows on the forward deck.
Hull, deck and structure in Carbon fibre composite with epoxy.
Topsides newly painted in AwlGrip, white, August 2016.
Teak laid deck (12mm when built).
New antifouling August 2019
Fixed keel – fin with bulb, inverted T.
Elliptical balanced single rudder.
Cable and quadrant steering, twin pedestals.
Hydraulic stern platform with steps.
Large lazarette, access from deck only.
Deck fittings and equipment:
Hydraulic anchor arm with fold out system.
Lofrans electric windlass recessed in bow locker.
Large Teak cockpit table seats 8
Deck shower aft to port.
Stainless pole at transom for “Intellian” antenna.
Carbon pole at stern for radar and antennas.
“Pop up” mooring cleats.
Stainless steel stanchions, pulpit & pushpit, life-lines with gates to port / starboard and aft.
Teak “chocks” on foredeck for stowage of the dinghy.
5 x Harken 990 hydraulic self tailing 3 speed at aft cockpit:
1 mainsheet winch centrally positioned
2 winches each side, primary and secondary
2 x 3 speed electric winches, by mast, for halyards.
Yamnar 4HLA 230 hp turbo diesel 4 cylinder engine with
V drive system.<_o3a_p>
Approx 2300 hours at May 2019<_o3a_p>
Varifold 4 blade propeller<_o3a_p>
9 knots cruising speed under motor
100 Ah 24v alternator service
35 Ah 12v alternator start<_o3a_p>
Range 900nm on engine<_o3a_p>
Cruising consumption 13 litres/day<_o3a_p>
14/15 knots sailing regatta speed. 18 knots max sailing speed <_o3a_p>
Capacity: 1460 litres in 4 stainless steel tanks<_o3a_p>
53 litre day tank with manual selection and electric transfer
Fuel polishing system between tanks (or from one back
Electric pump for oil changes on genset, engine and
Generator Onan, 17kW installed aft of main
engine. 1656 hours at May 2019. Start panel at chart table.<_o3a_p>
Good access in engine room for genset, engine and hydraulic
There is also a “soft spot” in cockpit floor above
genset to allow removal if required.<_o3a_p>
Hydraulic power pack system
Bowthruster Max Power
Water-maker Sea Recovery
Aquamatic 220v 260 litres/hour.<_o3a_p>
Air conditioning Sea
Mach– two pumps run 6 units (1 saloon, 4 cabins, and 1 crew cabin)<_o3a_p>
18-32 degrees hot/cold<_o3a_p>
Water-maker Schenker 24v 80
litres/hour (secondary emergency system), refitted Feb 2018.<_o3a_p>
PTO serviced August 2019<_o3a_p>
1140 litres fresh water in 4 stainless steel tanks<_o3a_p>
Hot water – via 220v tank (from shorepower
or genset), or from calorifier on engine.<_o3a_p>
Pressure water hot/cold throughout<_o3a_p>
5 x Jabsco
heads with fresh water flushing<_o3a_p>
2 x shower cubicle units, one each for primary guest
Grey water – shower sump
Black water – all toilets
can go to one tank (at bow) and from there overboard or via deck outlet.<_o3a_p>
New seacocks August 2019<_o3a_p>
Fresh water pumps new August 2019<_o3a_p>
batteries 24v x 24<_o3a_p>
batteries 24v x 3<_o3a_p>
Start batteries 12v x 3 ( 2 engine and 1 genset –
can be connected if necessary)<_o3a_p>
batteries 24v x 6 and 12v x 6<_o3a_p>
system for batteries<_o3a_p>
New batteries (August 2019)<_o3a_p>
Auto system for switching between generator and
correct shorepower.Electrical continued:
Multi system shorepower – 220/110v and 60/50Hz<_o3a_p>
220v and 110v outlets in the boat.<_o3a_p>
Victron 5000 W 220v invertor<_o3a_p>
Victron 3000 W 110v invertor<_o3a_p>
3 x Victron Skylla 100 amp chargers (one was replaced June
Multiplus 24v charger<_o3a_p>
Phoenix 12v charger<_o3a_p>
Hella 24v ventilation fans (at galley; saloon; Nav
Station; each cabin.<_o3a_p>
CS Nautica electric panel<_o3a_p>
Promariner Corrosion Controller<_o3a_p>
Smartswitch diesel tank pressure sensors<_o3a_p>
VE.net battery charge monitors<_o3a_p>
Promariner polarity indicator<_o3a_p>
Multi-alarm system, light and sound alarms for max power, battery, day tank, emergency
Fire system at navigation table<_o3a_p>
Carbon monoxide alarm<_o3a_p>
Master volt panel for energy system (generator,
inverter, batteries etc).<_o3a_p>
Cantalupi LED lights with dimmers.<_o3a_p>
Refrigeration, Isotherm 24v<_o3a_p>
At galley – 2
x fridges and 2 x freezers, all front loading at aft end of galley, with
stainless steel doors.<_o3a_p>
x chest freezer at forward end of galley.<_o3a_p>
Icemaker at saloon.<_o3a_p>
Fridge at cockpit, new August 2019<_o3a_p>
Brookes and Gatehouse ZEUS instrument package new June 2017<_o3a_p>
4G BB RADAR KIT<_o3a_p>
ZEUS BB MPU, GLOBAL BASEMAP<_o3a_p>
B&G plotter, GPS and radar system<_o3a_p>
B&G autopilot, control unit at chart table and controls
at each helm.<_o3a_p>
B&G H3000 unit at chart table.<_o3a_p>
B&G Zeus 3 screen at each helm, plotter / GPS /
Hercules 2000 B&G repeaters, port and starboard,
in front of helm <_o3a_p>
2 x “Jumbo” repeaters at the mast<_o3a_p>
B&G MFD at each helm pedestal<_o3a_p>
B&G analogue wind direction repeaters in front of
Icom IC M802 HF radio<_o3a_p>
Icom IC M422 VHF radio<_o3a_p>
Iridium sat phone<_o3a_p>
Icom M24 and Icom M23 hand held VHFs (2)<_o3a_p>
Flatron LG screen at chart table with PC, for
navigation program, Deckman system.<_o3a_p>
Hatteland screen at chart table - showing navigation,
radar, GPS, AIS – connected to B&G<_o3a_p>
Meteo Man weather (Mb and C°)<_o3a_p>
Maretron DSM 250 control unit multi display (engine,
battery, nav info, GPS, speed & direction, barometer etc.)<_o3a_p>
Furuno Satellite compass
Sunto compass x 2 (one at each pedestal)<_o3a_p>
Two twin guest cabins amidships with ensuite head and
shower. The port cabin was modified to allow 2 twin beds or 1 double bed
(August 2019). <_o3a_p>
Two upper/lower bed guest cabins forward, both ensuite.<_o3a_p>
Full width Saloon. New cushions in saloon August 2019<_o3a_p>
Coffee table on starboard, dining table area to port.<_o3a_p>
Crew cabin aft of saloon on starboard.<_o3a_p>
Galley aft of saloon on port.
Force 10 gas cooker with 4 burners and oven<_o3a_p>
Elber horizontal freezer 24v<_o3a_p>
2 x Isotherm fridges 24v/220v<_o3a_p>
2 x Isotherm freezers 24v/220v<_o3a_p>
Fischer extractor over cooker<_o3a_p>
New microwave August 2019 <_o3a_p>
Twin stainless-steel sinks<_o3a_p>
Isotherm ice maker 220v (in the saloon) aft portside<_o3a_p>
Bottle storage under lifting top of the coffee table
in the saloon<_o3a_p>
Samsung flat TV in the
saloon starboard, connected to Bose music system and speakers.<_o3a_p>
Cockpit speakers new in
Carbon fibre King Composite Modulus mast<_o3a_p>
Park Avenue boom in carbon fibre<_o3a_p>
King Composites, Stainless Rod Nitrix 50 standing
Harken hydraulic furling headstay for genoa (furler
Manual removable furler for staysail.
Navtec hydraulics, with electric switches by the
Vang with quick release button at the helm<_o3a_p>
Outhaul in boom<_o3a_p>
Jib halyard, (ram on mast)<_o3a_p>
Staysail halyard 2 for 1 purchase system<_o3a_p>
Mast out and all rigging serviced and in August 2019 with
NDT. Report available upon request.<_o3a_p>
North Vectran main sail – new 2016, 2 reefs (used for ocean crossing
Brazil to Spain May 2017)<_o3a_p>
genoa, new 2016 (used one week
sailing during summer 2017)<_o3a_p>
Stay sail, new August 2019<_o3a_p>
Code 0 sail<_o3a_p>
Asymmetric spinnaker (green and yellow)<_o3a_p>
Main and genoa serviced August 2019.<_o3a_p>
Asymmetric 500 sqm<_o3a_p>
Flexboat SR12LX dinghy
with Yamaha 20 hp engine, with cover.<_o3a_p>
2 x new life-rafts
2 x lifebuoys<_o3a_p>
GME EPIRB Class 2 USA<_o3a_p>
Bimini, new 2017<_o3a_p>
Sprayhood, new 2017<_o3a_p>
Pedestal covers, 2016<_o3a_p>
Wheel covers, 2016<_o3a_p>
CQR 50kg anchor with 100m chain 5/8<_o3a_p>
2 x Delta anchors 45 kg.<_o3a_p>
Fortress FX 32 anchor<_o3a_p>
Bauer Junior compressor.<_o3a_p>
Carbon boarding gangway.<_o3a_p>
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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.
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