|TigerLily II is a 52' Trawler-style Long Range Cruiser - trawler on the outside but pure luxury on the inside and your turn-key opportunity to throw the lines and enjoy the privileged lifestyle of the independent yachtie cruising exotic S. E. Asian waters and beyond. She is currently based in Penang and Langkawi in Malaysia just a short distance to the fantasy cruising grounds of Thailand and Phuket, the sparkling Andaman Sea and the "forbidden" islands of Mergui Archipelago of Burma recently voted by National Geographic as one of the top 20 destinations for 2015. Hundreds of undiscovered white-sand beaches, dense unexplored jungles, and clans of the mysterious Moken sea gypsies - can all be yours at your own pace aboard MV TigerLily II with an exquisitely finished saloon in teak & leather, fully fitted granite topped galley with all mod-cons including a concealed washing machine, ice-maker, watermaker and even a central vacuum system. With two ensuited queen size state rooms, rear deck & swim platform, flybridge, and boat deck which can seat 8 for dinner fully shaded & open to the breezes, and a spacious and comfortable pilothouse - In short, everything you and your family and friends could want for day cruising or living aboard and cruising for extended periods in safety comfort and style.
||52' 0" - 15.85m|
||John Deere Model 6068 TFM75,225 HP, fresh water cooled, wet under water with bypass exhaust, fuel filters, flexible shaft system and KE4 electronic control with access all around.
The engine is known for quiet reliability. The noise level in the pilothouse is remarkably low, in part due to acoustical insulation with lead insert surrounding the engine room, and a 4 bladed propeller. Engine room: Walk-in with all round access to engine with deep bilge below the engine and an oil plan with oil overflow tap
||1746 as at September 2015|
||Northern LIghts 9KW - 1780 hours sound shield, gas/water separation for quite operation|
||2007 10' Twin hulled fibreglass|
||15HP Yamaha - 2 years old|
||Full Bimini, winch cover, BBQ cover, outboard cover, front screen cover|
||The salon is elegant, functional and very comfortable with L-shaped couch to port and 2 armchairs to starboard all in beige leatherette with lift up coffee table converting to dining table.
Teak stairs lead to spacious Pilothouse with beige leather L-shaped couch which doubles as a daybed, and a very functional teak table. The electrical control panels and breaker panels are to starboard, with the panels high, easy to see and with large labels on each breaker. The array of gear is logical, balanced, well thought out and properly wired and installed. Powder coated barn-style doors open starboard to walkway, and on the port side, lead to the boat deck and fly bridge.
From the dramatic pilothouse, down the companionway forward with red courtesy lights and a solid handrail, find passageway. Aft is the master cabin, with island queen berth, a Corian topped vanity/desk with bookshelves and mirror to port, and an ensuite head with shower/tub also to port. The cabin features remarkable storage, a large mirror, a below-vanity stool, and port lights either side. Moving forward in the passageway, the day/guest head is to starboard, again with shower stall, and forward into the guest cabin with full queen bed and large, ample storage, Corian topped and mirrored vanity and mirrored headboard. CO2 gas detector installed in Master Stateroom.
||Two indoor plus 1 outdoor deck shower|
||2 Marine Freshwater Flush Electric Tecma toilets with 50 gallon holding tank. Each head is brightly light, with fan and portlight ventilation, high quality, fresh water Tecma heads and tap sets and even the towel rails are built to handrail strength. Heads are finished in black granite and teak.|
||The galley provides amazing work spaces and storage, and is complete with appliances, stainless steel in finish and a stainless steel back splash to the stove The double SS sink with carbon drinking water filter overlooks the anchorage and the galley features black granite counter tops fitted into a teak background.
Force 10 marine 4 Burner propane stove and oven - one of the safest units available, and highly regarded. Propane tank is in a locker on the forward deck.
Xintex fume detector and propane solenoid
Kenmore over the stove Microwave oven, with down light for the stovetop and SS exhaust fan (interior)
Magma marine BBQ mounted on SS rail in cockpit
||Fisher & Paykel fridge, with freezer belowBar fridge/freezer on Boat Deck|
||80lb Mason Anchor with 100m 3/8" chain rode, with SS shackle and swivel
80lb Danforth anchor, with 100m rope rode
60lb Bruce anchor, sea anchor and rode
One spare propeller
||EPIRB, safety flares, 10 lifejackets, 2 life rings in SS holders|
||The electrical system is robust and designed to isolate the vessel as required from dependency or vagaries of dockside power. The basic system is: 12 & 24VDC, and 110VAC, with DC and AC panels with circuit breaker protection. DC power is provided by banks of batteries: house bank, engine start bank, and generator start bank. AC power is provided by dockside connection, a generator and, based on battery power, by an inverter connected to the house bank.
9 KW Northern Lights genset, Sound Shield, quiet exhaust with water / gas separation, and Deluxe remote panel in the pilothouse.
2500W Victron Inverter/Charger with Phoenix Multiplus 3000VA/24V/70A with VEnet display in pilothouse
8Kw Isolation Transformer to protect from low voltage, fluctuations, eliminates the need for a galvanic isolator. The unit provides 120VAC to the ship, up to 50amp service.
Shore connection plug 220 VAC - 50 amp.
A 1.5Kw transformer converts power to 220VAC for the galley fridge/freezer
Balmar high output alternator with 3-stage regulator 24V @ 60A
Wiring is tinned copper multi-strand marine grade, colour coded and marked for identification purposes. A locker below the panels gives ready access to this impressive wiring/coding layout, and also contains GFI breakers in one convenient location.
Lighting protection system
House bank: 6 x 250amp 12 volt AGM batteries, (new August 2013), for 24V service
Engine start battery: 1 x 220amp
Generator start battery 12V
Charging is controlled by Victron BS400 battery combiner, charging banks in order of priority and when voltage drop is detected. When AC is available, the Inverter functions as a charger
There is also a 140amp @ 24VDC alternator on the main engine
The generator alternator charges the 12VDC genset start bank
Three electric bilge pumps, and one manual
|The pilothouse is the main helm and command center of the vessel, with the flybridge suited to daytime cruising and relaxing at anchor. The navigation system is sophisticated, but simple in operation, and features redundancy, quality components, professional installation, and thoughtful organization.
ICOM 604 VHF with hailer and VHF antenna
ComNav 14400 Autopilot with rudder angle indicator
Autopilot remote control jacks in both PH and FB hem stations
ICOM 802 SSB Radio with antenna and PTC-IIPro Pactor Modem with USB support
Raymarine C80 8" colour display with GPS, Radar and Depthsounder - Flybridge
Raymarine C120 12" colour display with Radar and Depthsounder - Pilothouse
AIS Navco NAIS300
Floscan fuel consumption monitor
Gauge for holding tank
||The swim platform is integral to the hull, with deck shower and features a SS safety rail with a gate for accessing the tender. The generous transom door eases access aboard, and the transom has safety rails all around. The covered enclosed cockpit features overhead lighting, water hose, and built-in sink/locker to port, a double door to the salon, and access to the flush side deck to starboard, leading forward to the side gate, power connections, pilothouse door and the foredeck. The foredeck is, like the entire boat, painted over gelcoat. There is non-skid surface molded into the deck, two large lockers - one rope and one propane - a huge anchor chain locker modified to suit our chain requirements, raised gunwales, and high SS safety rails. Steps up to the working deck and flybridge are on the port side, aft. Note:
Hot and cold shower on swim platform
316 SS 1 ¼" pulpit and hand rails fully grounded to provide "Faraday Cage" lightning protection (also over height for safety)
Heavy duty SS cleats and chocks
Dock lines and a long spring line, fenders, SS fender holder
2 x 15kg propane tanks
Fresh and salt water anchor wash-down
Chain locker upgraded to handle all chain and separated spare anchor chain/rode
Drop down side gate and ladder at portside pilothouse door
Strobe/Anchor combination light on top of radar
2 x 12V outlets in cockpit for downriggers
AC outlets throughout excluding flybridge
||Anti-fouled and relaunched in tip-top, turn key condition in October 2015 - now lying in a secure berth in Straits Quay Marina in Penang.|