|The original owners have now completed their extended cruising lifestyle and land based adventures now await them. The custom yacht was built in Canada where it cruised extensively in and around the NW Pacific before setting sail to the South Pacific and over the horizon to foreign lands. The owners have now committed to sell their spacious, well equipped yacht complete with all the extras for comfort and self reliance. Priced to sell and easily handled by a couple. Meander the Australian Coast, the Pacific Islands or beyond. The world is your cruising ground with this fine yacht. This yacht has been maintained by the original owners and is now waiting for her new owners to step aboard. If you are looking for strength of build and quality workmanship you need go no further, as she has been built with these standards in mind by a very experienced yacht builder.
With her centre cockpit, this ketch rigged yacht is more than suited for offshore cruising. No expense was spared to make the yacht a strong and safe vessel. An extra layer of mat and roving was laid up as per owner's request in the solid fibreglass hull. Through bolted bulk heads, double glassed, horizontal stringers were just some of the additional strengthening. She was built in split moulds and then the two halves glassed together to form a 3-6" fibreglass join from stem to stern. The deck was glassed to the hull in overlapping layers to form a solid longitudinal beam at deck level. Taxes paid in Australia and fully imported into the domestic market.
AU $156,000 Now reduced
** NOW SOLD **
||50' 0" - 15.25m|
|Keel / Ballast
||Wine glass fin keel with 14,000 lbs internal ballast glassed in and sealed in 4 layers.|
||DeKleer Bros Canada, Boat builders of the Fraser Yacht Line.|
||Fibreglass/GRP Epoxy bottom coat (2014)|
||Fibreglass with balsa core.|
||Yacht is pushed along in all conditions at a good turn of speed by the big F5L912 Deutz, 88 hp air cooled diesel engine. Note no heat ex-changer problems!!!!!!
Hot air from engine room can be ducted out through the transom or it is also possible to reverse this airflow and blow the hot air back into the yacht for heating and drying the yacht in the cooler and damper climate's. This is not exhaust waste but only warm air that comes off the engine when operating.
Engine room is located under main cabin sole, and is heavily insulated and easily accessible with additional open hatches for all round access.
Injector pump serviced (2011)
200 amp low rpm alternator (2011)
Hurth transmission (2007)
Dripless shaft seal (2014)
Stainless steel 1.5in shaft.
Large three blade propeller.
Motor mounts (2014)
Racor fuel filter (2011)
Purge pump that can transfer fuel as well as pump fuel to day tank for diesel heater.
New plastic keel water tanks installed (2015)
Spare 30 gallon water bladder tank (2013)
Wolf watermaker (120v) 60-70 litres per hr.
Watermaker pressure pump (2014)
Hydraulic helm pump.
Hydraulic steering rams.
3 x Air filters for Bauer dive compressor.
Destroyer style stainless steel wheel on pedestal.
||71/2 KW F1L511 engine Deutz air cooled with Lima 120/240 alternator.|
||Four x aluminium tanks with cross feeds through fuel manifold. 1,200lts approx.|
||2 x tanks, approx 800 litres in total, plus 60lph watermaker.|
||1 x 8' sabot sailing dinghy, 1 x 10'6" AB Rib, aluminium (2010)|
||1 x 2hp Yamaha 2 stroke (2012), 1 x 25hp Yamaha 2 stroke, S/steel lock tubes for both motors (2011)|
||Inflatable chaps (2014), Inflatable cover (2016), Sailcovers (2009), Lazy Jacks for mainsail (2009)|
||On entering the main saloon, down the companionway from the centre cockpit, you notice the real volume of this yacht. Teak and maple cabin sole and white lining above sets the trend for the remainder of the boat. Initially and to port you have the forward facing nav station with all electronics at hand. Opposite here is the galley, more fully described below. Forward of the galley there is a saloon table that can be either stored up and out of the way, or folded down to provide more than enough room for the entertainers amongst us. The owners prefer to sail longer passages withe this in the up position and then return to the lowered position once they set the pick. There are three move-able seats here but plenty of room for more when required. Opposite here you have the saloon lounge seating with storage behind. This doubles as another double berth when the need arises via a nifty addition that is stored here. Forward from the large saloon area you find the guests Stateroom. This section of the yacht can be closed off for privacy and guests can transit from the berth through to the forward head without entering the saloon area. The forward stateroom features a double pullman style berth to starboard with lee cloths and bunting board for sea, and body form foam mattress (2009). There is a good size settee to port and a desk under the roller timber shutter, forward of the settee. Forward through an opening door is the internal access to the large sail locker. Forward again to the anchor locker. Returning back through the saloon you access the rear owners stateroom through the port-side companionway. Plenty of room going through here even in rough conditions. The large aft cabin stateroom has a walk-around double berth. The ensuite is forward and to starboard.
Wooden Venetian blinds (2011)
Diesel heater in main cabin with hot water radiators in aft and forward cabins.
The yacht is heavily insulated above waterline making her very suitable for colder waters.
||Two double cabins and third double in saloon. The settee can be a single or pulled out to double.|
||Separate shower aft head, Separate shower forward head, Deck shower, cold (2011)|
||There are two heads aboard, forward for guests and aft stateroom for owners. Both manual heads.|
||Galley is mid ship, to starboard and is very well designed to allow the cook to work on all conditions. Step down into the galley and the deep double sinks are forward with lockers, shelving and bench areas located under, outboard and to the rear of the galley. Plenty of storage for extended cruising throughout the yacht and the galley is no exception to this.
Double deep sinks.
Force 10 4 burner stove with oven (2011)
Stainless Steel Microwave (2011)
Galley taps and drains (2014)
Numerous electrical appliances come with the yacht.
Groco senior pressure pump (2011)
||12v/120v Norcold apartment size front opening refrigeration. (2007). Power draw average 5 amps under load.|
||Force 10 4x burner stove and oven (2011)|
||Wolf watermaker (120v) 60-70 litres per hr|
||This yacht has more than enough ground tackle to take on the most demanding of anchorages around the planet.
400' 3/8 high test chain (2011)
100' 3/8 bbb chain with 300' 7/8 rode.
1 x 50 kg Bruce.
1 x 20 kg Bruce.
1 x 10 kg Bruce.
1 x 80 lb CQR.
1 x 150 lb Babbet.
1 ½ " Jabsco wash down pump.
Dinghy anchor, 1 x 10 lb folding, 1 x 10lb mushroom.
Twin bow rollers to hold the 50 and 20 kg Bruce anchors mounted at the bow and ready to deploy.
Chain scrubbers as well as snap on anchor wash down.
||2 x Electric Bilge pumps.
2 x Manual Bilge pumps.
Assorted safety gear including,
Man overboard pole.
Horse shoe life ring and strobe (2011)
Life sling in fibreglass container (2011)
Life ring and heaving line (2008)
Life jackets (2010)
First aid supplies (2011)
Flash lights (2011/16)
3 million candle power spot light.
Stainless steel boarding steps (2011)
Stainless steel lifelines (2011)
||2 x Electric, 2 x Manual.|
||Assorted fire extinguishers.|
||Genset: 71/2 KW F1L511 engine Deutz air cooled with Lima 120/240 alternator, engine rebuilt (2011)
Engine starting battery (2015)
House batteries (2014)
200 amp low rpm alternator.
3000 watt Magnum invertor/200 amp charger with remote (2012)
150 watt invertor (2011)
120/240 Xantrex 40amp charger (2011)
BlueSea battery monitor (2011)
Amp hour meter (2005)
3 x 130 watt Solar panels with ProStar 30 controller (2005)
BlueSea 12v panel (2011)
BlueSea 120v panel (2011)
Cabin fans (2014)
LED red/white cabin lights (2014)
2 x LED high power spreader lights on main mast (2011)
2 x LED high power spreader lights on mizzen (2011)
Flood and spot light on mizzen (2011)
Shore power cable.
|Full and comprehensive navigation package, including:
Furuno Colour Radar 36 mile (2011)
AIS Amec transceiver (2011)
Furuno GPS (2007)
Garmin GPS (2004)
2 x hand held GPS.
Data Marine Offshore Depth sounder with repeater.
Ticktack Apparent Wind (2011)
Handheld digital sonar scanner (2011)
Icom M710 SSB/Ham Radio (2005), Spare KISS ground system for SSB.
120 Auto tuner (2005)
Pacotor Modem (2005)
Icom VHF (2011)
West marine VHF hand held (2011)
Icom VHF hand held (2005)
2 x DC/DC chargers (2007)
ComNav 1101 Auto pilot (2005)
Tillermate 2000 auto pilot (2011)
Silva hand bearing compass (2005)
Galaxy 5" helm compass.
||Plenty of options when it comes to the sail wardrobe.
135 % jib with UV cover (2011)
Staysail with UV cover (2011)
Main (2005) resewn (2016)
Mizzen Staysail (2000)
Trisail (1987) Trisail track on main mast.
Storm Jib (1987)
¾ oz spinnaker (1982)
1 ½ oz spinnaker (2000)
Riding sail for mizzen (2011)
Sail package for Sabot sailing dinghy.
|Mast / Rigging
||All standing rigging replaced (2011)
All running rigging (2011)
Harken roller furling jib and staysail (2011)
Hoyle staysail boom (2011)
Stainless steel Goose neck on main boom (2013)
Main boom bale and out haul blocks (2011)
Wadler boom brake for main sail.
2 x Dynaleen halyards (2013)
2 x Spinnaker poles, 1 is mast mounted.
||Decks Material: Fibreglass with balsa core. Where the deck hatches, winches, masts, anchor winch are situated there was no balsa laid in.
Hull Material: Fibreglass solid, ¾" of insulation laid in against the hull and then teak plywood and marine ply covering that internally.
Sayes Rig windvane (2005)
2 x Lewmar 90 3 speed primaries rebuilt (2011)
2 x Lewmar 48 2 speed self-tailing rebuilt (2011)
4 x Lewmar 34 self-tailing rebuilt (2011)
4 x Lewmar 16 self-tailing rebuilt (2011)
Rudder bushing and seals (2011)
Bauer Junior II gas dive compressor (2015)
Topsider cockpit cushion (2011)
Dickenson gas BBQ.
Aft fresh water cold shower.
Aft salt water wash down.
Lemar deck hatches (2011)
Vetus Dorade vents (2011)
Screens/ netting (2011)
2 x extendable boat hooks (2011)
Stainless steel swim platform (2005)
Stainless steel swim ladder (2005)
Additional Items and Spares:
Complete set of tools for all repairs, Pressure water pump, bilge pumps manual and electric, watermaker feed pump, watermaker parts (valves, gaskets, seals, gauges, filters), wash down pumps, misc smaller electric pumps, propeller, hoses, auto pilot belts, nuts, bolts, screws, fittings, o-rings, plumbing parts and fittings, refrigeration gauges, small brazing bottles, power and extension cords, jumper cables, engine diapers, manual pumps, zincs, outboard motor flush fittings, warps and rope, halyards, snubber hooks, mops, deck brushes, electric 120v heaters, hose, hose clamps, wood clamps, electric drills, drill bits, electric saws, electric sanders, electric dremel, soldering irons, heat gun, assorted wire, electric tool kit with connectors, fittings, fuses, galley appliances, stainless steel cook ware, all cooking and eating utensils, glasses, plates, bowls, 3 x scuba tanks, some dive gear, paper charts covering South Pacific, Mexico, Mediterranean, Pacific NW, assorted cruising guides
The list goes on including many small parts and pieces too numerous to list.
||If you desire a well planned and executed example of a cruising yacht at its best, this is it. Since new, the owners have maintained their yacht in cruise ready condition so she will suit new owners who recognise her pedigree. Our web site illustrates her attributes and we invite your enquiry. This Fraser 50 has sailed some of the tougher waters out there and owners have always felt safe aboard in all conditions.
She has been fully imported and taxes paid. This is a serious offshore cruising yacht and will suit sailors looking for a large volume vessel.
If you have been searching for a quality vessel, with a very comprehensive cruising inventory, and the ability to safely take you and your family on the adventure of your lifetime, an inspection of this vessel is highly recommended.
Yachtdomain is proud to have been chosen as the vendor's central listing Brokerage House.
To discuss this yacht or to arrange an appointment for an inspection please contact Rob Devers on Mobile: 0407 112 265, email: rob@yachtdomain. Com or Kelly Want on Mobile: 0406003844, email kelly@yachtdomain. Com as we will be delighted to assist.
Yachtdomain offers 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.