|This catamaran has been modified and equipped very well for ocean crossings. She has a taller mast, giving her a great turn of speed. Built to EC approved construction, Category 1, Ocean, she is unsinkable. The two hulls and coach roof/bridge deck are vacuum bag moulded polyester foam sandwich laminate, with three directional - weave glass cloth, reinforced with hydroply, impregnated with polyvynilester synolite resin.
The layout was originally the charter version, now having been adapted to give an office fwd in the port hull and a washing machine replaces one head. The forepeaks, sometimes given to crew berths in the charter version, are very large waterproof compartments, behind crash boxes, and accessed from large Goiot deck hatches which store sails, ropes, fenders etc.
This is a very capable and safe catamaran and your early viewing is recommended.
||46' 3" - 14.10m|
|Keel / Ballast
||Van Peteghem – Lauriot Prevost|
||Jeanneau Techniques Avancées|
||Foam core grp|
||Balsa core grp|
||Two Yanmar 40Hp 3JH3E|
||(Brand new in May 2010)|
||2 x 240 litres|
||2 x 300 litres|
||AB 10AL 3.20m aluminium hull dinghy with hypalon tubes (new|
||9Hp Suzuki four stroke with built in and external tanks.|
||The cockpit has a PVC bimini and three sunshades that zip onto the aft and sides. The Bimini frame is in stainless steel. . There is a clear PVC sheet which can be zipped along the forward edge of the Bimini to prevent spray coming over the deck into the cockpit. Sunbrella deck hatch covers.|
||3 x double cabins. An office has replaced the original cabin fwd in the port hull.|
||Port hull has two showers, one midships for guests ( a small|
||3, Jabsco manual.|
||The galley is 'up' which combines well with the main living area. Eno Bourgogne s/s stove c/w 2 burners and oven. 1150w microwave oven. 12v refridgeration, 23litre fridge (top loading)and 1.5 cubic feet freezer (front loading). DVK gas alarm system. There is extensive counter top space (Blue Atlantis Corian) two sinks c/w hot and cold pressurised water and plenty of storage.|
||Brittany anchor with 60m of galvanized 10mmchain. Secondary CQR anchor. Additional 300' brand new 17mm anchor rode. 1500w windlass c/w remote control. ( One spare ) Anchor bridle.|
||ACR 406 EPIRB. Horseshoe life ring with strobe. Dan buoy. Life jackets. Life jackets. Flare kit. 2 removable webbing jack lines. 2 removable webbing jack lines. Two Henderson manual bilge pumps.|
||8x Trojan 105 6v Batteries (new 2007). 2x Gel Engine Cranking Batteries with 230AMP hours. 2x Astropower 120W Solar Panels. 1 x Astropower 55W Solar Panel. The solar panels are mounted on top of the dinghy davits and are able to be rotated through 50 degrees on either side of horizontal. They produce 20-25A/Hr at a clear mid day in the Tropics. Due to their size and associated high output, the engines are rarely used for power generation and there has been no need for a wind generator. Prostar 30A Photovoltaic Regulator. Spectra 300 Catalina 12v Watermaker with MPC-500 controller located in the saloon. 6 automatic bilge pumps.|
|Raymarine ST60 sailing instruments. Raymarine C90 Multifunction advanced display panel at chart table. Raymarine 18” 2kW Mast Mount Radome. Raymarine Masthead Wind Speed and Direction Indicator unit. Raymarine depth sounder in starboard forward hull. Raytheon Autohelm 7000 linear drive unit. Raymarine Autopilot controller at Steering Station. Raymarine autopilot computer with built in gyrocompass in port aft berth. NKE Fluxgate Gyrocompass at Cockpit Bulkhead. Icom 707RT SSB Radio with 130 Antenna Tuner and whip antenna. Raytheon 47 VHF Radio. Garmin 126/128 GPS Navigator at control panel. Icom IC-M2A VHF Hand held and waterproof unit. Pactor PTC IIpro modem with USB serial cable to laptop computer. NMEA Output serial cable for transfer of GPS data to laptop computer. All instruments linked by Seatalk. Sony Vaio portable computer for Navigation. The saloon and cockpit areas are served by a Sony/Bose sound and entertainment system. They can all be managed by the Sony 12V stereo with Auxiliary input capability (for Ipods and DVDs) and can play CDs, Radio, and MP3s. There is also a 12V/220 38 cm LCD TV readily wired to DVD player in locker next to mast base. Video Camera, Cable TV, and VGA input. All devices have stand-alone remotes. There is a mast mounted Majestic TV antenna with amplifier.|
||Roly Tasker Full Batten 71 m2 Mainsail with Lazy Jacks and Cover (brand new) 150% Genoa on furling gear with UV Protection strip. 1.5 oz Asymmetrical Spinnaker with Sock. 200% Genneker on furler on bowsprit. Sheets in Polyester Double Braid.|
|Mast / Rigging
||7/8 Sloop rig with twin spreader diamond standing rigging. White Marechal Aluminium Mast and boom. Almasts Reefit Roller Furling Headstay. Upgraded 13 mm Shrouds with Improved Tangs. Halyards and Reefing lines in Spectra.
LED Anchor light. Combination steaming/Deck floodlight.
||3 x Andersen 52T Primary Winches. 2 x Andersen 46T Secondary Winches. Harken Genoa sheet blocks and tracks. Spinlock Rope Clutches. White Aluminium davits with spinlock rope clutches. Goiot hatches and port lights throughout. Solenoid protected and vented 9kg main stainless steel gas bottle in cockpit floor. Force 10 Barbecue. Stainless swim ladder. Fishing rod mounts. Eight docklines, eight cylinder fenders, with new covers. One 240VAC Dock Cable 100ft.
In the floor of the cockpit are two large lockers. One of these is used to store a spare rudder. The other stores 100 litres of petrol/mixture in containers, for dive compressor and outboard respectively, the large stainless gas tank, spare gas tank, swim ladder and four dive tanks. The lockers drain to the underside of the bridge deck.
||Extras: Petrol Bristol dive compressor with filter cartridges ( serviced 2007 ). Two dive tanks, BC's, regulators and full diving equipment. Mountain bike. Lobster trap. Anchoring bouys. Bosuns chair. Three spear guns.|