|Conceived by world renowned designer Steve Dashew for short handed global passagmaking. The Deerfoot 62 allows you to cruise the world in comfort and style. Her impressive sailing characteristics allows her to perform close hauled at 8-9 knots with only 14 knots over deck.
The 2-62 design is a further development of the original Deerfoot 62 design and focused on having more engine room systems and a bit more space in the aft sleeping quarters, while at the same time reducing stern volume of the hull to improve on the already strong handling qualities off the wind.
Built to exceed ABS standards using high quality isothalic resins. She is extremely strong, rigid and yet light. Watertight and collision bulkhead in the forward and aft sections give the added safety and security at sea. For those planning the trip of a lifetime this vessel should not to be missed
plus Duty/GST if applicable
||62' - 18.89m|
|Keel / Ballast
||Deerfoot / Scandi Yachts|
||Fiberglass composite construction using end grain balsa core|
||Main Engine is 170hp Yanmar 4 cylinder Turbo diesel. The main engine room is amidships behind the Nav Station and designed to be watertight although no watertight door has been fitted. Engine room: The engine room is large enough to accommodate a variety of systems like generator, watermaker, air conditioning and refrigeration gear, and stll have lots of room left over for a large workbench and good access to the various bits and pieces of gear.
•Marine Air 16,000 & 24,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioning
•12v built-in oil change pump & plumbing for both generator & main engine
•24" Max Prop feathering propeller
•Two Groco raw water sea strainers with stainless distribution valve fixture
•Extensive spare parts & repair kits for worldcruising
•2x Mansfield Vacuflush heads with AG342 holding tanks, 50 & 35 gallon
•Sea Recovery 800 GPD reverse osmosis watermaker
•Double fresh 3.3 gpm water pressure pumps and pressure tank
•Salt water pressure pump for galley and deck wash down
•20 gallon Balmar s/s hot water heater with heat exchangers for main engine & 2 coils, 1200 watt
•2x Racor fuel filter and Prefilter/Separator with emergency switchover
•Eletrical diesel fuel pump
•Engine temp alarm, hour meter, emergency engine stop
•Engine room sound insulation and Engine Room blower
•2x Espace diesel heaters
•2x Edson manual bilge pump
•4x Rule automatic bilge pumps, 3500 GPH, heavy duty
||Generator is 7.8kw Westerbeke|
||270 gallons (1000 l)|
||140 g (525 l)|
||12' Quicksilver inflatable dinghy|
||4hp Nissan outboard, 2003|
||Dodger, cockpit cover and helm bimini in sunbrella|
||Accommodations include (3) double cabins and (2) heads. Starting forward is a large sail locker accessed from the deck hatch which is isolated from the rest of the yacht by a watertight bulkhead. Aft of the watertight bulkhead is the owner's head and shower. The Owner's Cabin features a queen size berth, with bookshelves outboard and vanity forward, two hanging lockers and shelves to starboard, reverse cycle air conditioning and Espace diesel heater. The large private head is located forward with tub & shower to port, head and sink center, and storage to starboard, equipped with SeaLand Vacuflush marine toilet.
Continuing aft is the large Main Saloon with an L-shaped settee and dining table to port, straight settee with foldable desk to starboard, followed by the long large Galley area to port, perfect for entertaining.
Opposite the Galley to starboard is the large Navigation Station, followed by access to the Engine Room and controls. All the way aft are the two Guest Cabins port and starboard, equipped with reverse cycle air conditioning, espace diesel heater, Hella turbo fans and curtains. These are identical cabins with double and single berths over in each, hanging locker storage, and there is a guest head to starboard forward, with head, shower, sink and vanity.
Lee cloths are included for each bunk, 12v Hella turbo located throughout the interior, and there is ample light and ventilation provided through the numerous large opening bomar hatches and ports. Additional feature is a Tewksberry copper and tile wood/charcoal fireplace.
The interior finish is of the finest hand-rubbed teak panelling and veneer (Brunzeel plywood), to typically Finnish standards. All floorboards are teak and locked into position in the soles so that no movement is allowed. All floorboards were sprayed 2004, and in excellent condition. Ample storage is located beneath floorboards. New headliner, lighting and Corian counter tops were installed 2003.
||SeaLand Vacuflush marine toilet|
||The galley is amidships to port and runs alongside the engine room. There is space for a double sink counter close to the centerline as well as hullside counters and lockers. The exceptional counter space, storage areas and freezer/refrigeration capacity work surface in the galley is comparable to the Deerfoot 70 series yachts. T with. Countertops are White Corian. The laundry center is located forward.
•Force 10 s/s 3-burner propane stove with oven, (3x 20lb. Propane bottles stored in sealed & overboard vented compartment in lazarette)
•Custom exhaust hood and fan with Taylorbrite lighting
•Pressure hot & cold fresh water system with double back up pump
•Seagull Filter Drinking water system with manual fresh and salt water outlets
•Electric water heater with alternative engine water heating
•Deep Double stainless steel round sink
•Splendide 2000 clothes washer & dryer combo
•Tank Tender water and fuel levels gauge
•Ventilated cupboards with kitchenware
||Grunnert DC water cooled refrigerators with cold plates with two redundant drive units. Grunnert Freezer with two holding plates|
||•110lb Rocna bugel anchor with 3/8” high-tensile galvanized chain, 2005
•110 lb. Bruce anchor with 270' 3/8" hi-tensile galvanized chain
•60 lb. Danforth FX 35 anchor with 3/4" rode
||•Xintex S-2A Fireboy Propane sensor and alarm with solenoid valve at gas cylinders
•ACR RLB35 Category 2 EPIRB with built in GPS
•6x life jackets and safety harness
•Handheld watermaker 06 & 035 and ditch bag
•3x canisters with Solas offshore flare kit, water & survival gear
•Edson heavy duty manual pump, engine driven bildge drainage system,
•two hand pumps, 4 rule bildge pumps with senders
•Fire extinguishers throughout interior,
•Fireboy automatic extinguisher in engine room
•MOM man over board module, Horseshoe buoy with floating tether
•Givens buoy 8-man liferaft with double floor, double canopy pack in low profile cannister incl. Coean service survival pack & custom s/s stowage bracket on aft pulpit
||The boats electrical systems are versatile, redundant and provide ample power for home-at-sea level of comfort. She has 12v DC / 110v AC / 220v AC systems. Generator is 7.8kw Westerbeke. (When gen is used under light load conditions, additional coil increases amperage & will prolong life of generator. ) Dockside power is provided by: 30 amp 110v, 2x 30 amp 110v, and 50 amp. When in 220V areas simply hook up the onboard Acme 50 amp adjustable step down transformer.
•There are 2x 30 amp 50' shore cords.
•Two separate house battery banks with new 4.2007 Hella gel cell deep cycle batteries, total 1000 Ah, for house service.
•Balmar 150 amp alternator for house batteries
•Yanmar 55 amp alternator for engine start batteries
•Two 110 amp Xantrex inverters/battery chargers
•7.8 kw Westerbeke generator, 1999, with 1500 hours
•Two separate generator & main engine starting batteries, total 200 amps
•Two Link 2000 battery monitoring system for volts, remaining amps & power consumption of both battery banks
•MaxPower retractable bow thruster 24V with isolated batteries fwd & separate charger
|Her electronics are a complete set of navigation and safety tools, flexible entertainment setup plus the added comfort and security of satellite communications. You can drive the boat from the sailing cockpit, the center cockoit and the navstation down below allowing for comfort in all weather situations and making watchkeeping on passages a breeze.
•B&G Hercules 790 Main system plus Performance unit. 6 Full function Dispalys (FFDs) at helm, cockpit and -nav Station. All masthead functions plus barometer and gyro compass. Complete nav and performance data in all key positions.
•Simrad AP25 autopilot, with AP26 repeaters at helm, Simrad remote in doghouse rudder angle indicator, interfaced with GPS, windvane mode, Gyro controlled.
•Raymarine RL 80C radars/chart/color, Nav & RL70c at helm
•ICOM M710 SSB radio with auto coupler
•Pactor 3 USB modem for Weatherfax and e-mail
•Uniden VHF radio at nav station, MMSI, DSC, interfaced with GPS, WX channes
•Undien Wireless VHF radio in cockpit
•Furuno Navtex NX 300
•80GB HD computer with Big Bay flat screen monitor and wireless keyboard
•Raytheon RN300 GPS
•Northstar 942 x12 channel, GPS
•JVC: DVD, CD, FM, MP3 player with IPod cradle
•Sharp Aquos flat screen and TV tuner with Shakespear TV antenna in main salon
•Samsung flat screen TV and Monitor in Master suite
•Chart table light
||Spectra sails are light, durable and non stretch, making sail handling easy and keeping performance up.
. North Sails Spectra 110 jin and north Dacron staysail. North Sails 2006 cruising genaker with snuffer. North 2oz cruising Spinnaker with snuffer. Spare Jib and Storm jib in locker; Complete sail repair kit
•Furlex roller furling jib & Furlex furling staystail
|Mast / Rigging
||•Selden Aluminum mast & boom new 2006. Spreader lights, deck lights and double radar reflectors
•Lighted Windex at masthead and Brush lightning rods
•Florida Rigging & Hydraulics installed Selden standing and running Rigging with spectra halyards, Norseman endings and Selden staycovers.
•North Sails Spectra Main sail is fully battened with Dutchman lazy jacks
•Winches: #28 Lewmar electric at mast foot, 2x #36 Barient electric, 2x #28 Barient, 2x #23 Barient, #27 Barient on mast
•Navtec hydraulic boom vang & backstay rams
•Spinnaker pole & reaching strut,
•Dutchman boom brake
•All halyards have sheet stoppers on the mast
•Mast height above water is 64'
||On deck, the 2-62 has a well designed cockpit arrangement. There is a forward cockpit, designed so it accommodates a fully enclosed dodger. You then walk aft on the bridge deck, with hand rails on each side for security, and step down into the aft sailing cockpit. The winches and helm are located here so you can sail the boat without interfering with those seated forward. The intermediate bridge deck is a nice lounging area too.
The combination of forepeak sail locker and lazarette area give you an enourmous amount of storage space for the ships and crews gear.
On deck hot and cold fresh water shower, two swim ladders aft and port side, dingy davits, outboard rail support and two convenient deck lockers all cater to the water activities, dive and snorkel gear and other water toys. Her flush deck provides a stable working platform when under way and solid equipment and a simple rig make maneuvering trouble free. Tacks and jibes can be done by one person at the helm station. Large hatches provide excellent ventilation at anchor and multiple dorades keep spray out when under way.
•The aft swim platform is an integral part of the hull, with a fold-down stainless steel swim ladder. All canvas, including cushions, was renewed 2006.
•Side foldable stainless steel swim and dingy ladder for flexible boarding
•12v Maxwell 3500 C heavy duty vertical windlass with wildcat & chain stopper. New 2005
•110lb Rocna bugel anchor with 3/8” high-tensile galvanized chain, 2005
•110 lb. Bruce anchor with 270' 3/8" hi-tensile galvanized chain
•60 lb. Danforth FX 35 anchor with 3/4" rode
•Pressure, saltwater wash down system
•On deck hot/cold fresh water shower
•2x Pompanette helmseat chairs with closed cell foam
•6x heavy fenders
•8x Docklines, new 2004
•13x Bomar hatches with large opening reversible and ports
•7x hull windows
•14x Dorade ventilators
||The Deerfoot 262 is a fast cruising yacht, made in Finland by craftsmen of the region where the famous Nautor and Baltic yachts are built. She is the second of four Deerfoot 262's built. The previous owner has refitted and maintained her over his 15 years of ownership, and the current owner has updated and maintained her at blue water ocean crossing level.
Total refited in 2003, new electronics in 2005 and new mast, sails and rigging in 2006, she is practically new and all systems have just been put to the test of 8000 nautical miles! Built in Finland by Skandi Yachts top quality specs, she is in pristine condition
Steve Dashews hull design and interior layout make this a very fast and comfortable blue water cruiser. She easily logs 200 plus miles per day on crossings. Easily handled by a couple, the 3 cabin quality layout is ideal for 2 to 6 people.