|Beautifully built carvel planked cruising yacht with practical wheelhouse, easy walk around decks and spacious accommodation. All well maintained and strongly built by a well known Tasmanian boat builder in Dave O'May. Length on deck is 12.20 metres, 15.00 metres overall. A pleasure to inspect.
||49' 3" - 15.00m|
|Keel / Ballast
||Full length with keel hung rudder.|
||Timber Huon Pine and Celery Top Pine decks|
||Celery Top Pine, Dynelled over.|
||4 cylinder Vetus/Peugot marine diesel of 62hp. Steering is by a wheel with a mechanical shaft and gear box. An emergency tiller can be fitted to the top of the rudder stock on the aft deck, which can also be used when sailing.
The engine drives a fridge compressor and a deck wash pump through two belt driven electric clutches.
||400 hours since complete rebuild. Receipts available.|
||Newage Delta PRM gearbox. 2.8:1 ratio. 38ml shaft, 3 blade bronze propellor.|
||450 litres in stainless steel tank.|
||450 litres in stainless steel tank.|
||10 foot fibreglass with oars and Suzuki 2.2hp outboard.|
||Layout consists of a forward cable locker serviced by a Muir Cheetah electric anchor winch. Forward cabin consists of 2 single V-berths to port and starboard, with stowage lockers under. A fully enclosed head is located on the starboard side with a shower and manual Jabsco marine toilet. A hand basin with hot and cold water is located on the port side, with an adjacent hanging locker.
The main cabin contains a table, settee berth and ample stowage. A galley is located on the port side with a stainless steel sink, eutectic fridge, and a full size LPG CHEF stove with 4 burners, a grill and an oven, and plenty of stowage lockers. An Edson 40 litre hot water system is located under the cabin sole, heated from the engine via a heat exchanger.
Aft from the main cabin there are steps up to the wheelhouse, with a settee berth to port, with storage lockers under and a eutectic fridge/freezer. The steering position is located on the port side with all instruments and controls.
Aft from the wheelhouse steps lead down to the aft cabin with single berths to port and starboard, with storage under, cupboards and a hanging locker. A hand-basin with cold water is located between the bunks.
A lazarette with ample storage for fenders is located behind the aft cabin with access through two hatches at the end of each bunk.
||60lb plough anchor with 40 metres of 10ml chain and 100 metres of rope. Also a 45lb plough and a fishermans anchor too.
Muir Cougar electric anchor winch with control on foredeck and at the helm.
||2 auto electric bilge pumps, manual bilge pump, 6 x Pfd 1 life jackets, 6 x PFD 1 life vests.
MT600G EPIRB, flares, 3 fire extinguishers.
2 harnesses, 2 liferings, radar reflector, fire blanket.
||The engine also drives 2 x 45 amp alternators separately charging the engine starting batteries and the house batteries. Engine batteries consist of 2 x 80 amp-hour Century batteries, while there are 4 x 130 amp-hour Trojan deep cycle house batteries. There are 2 x 40 watt solar panels mounted at the rear of the vessel.|
|Wagner 829 SSB HF radio, a GME VHF radio, a GME LCD sounder, a Furuno GP 31 GPS navigator, and a Furuno 1622 16 NM radar. A 19 inch LCD TV and an Acies digital TV receiver are located in the rear of the wheelhouse along with a Pioneer AM/FM/CD player.|
||Fully battened Dacron main with boom bag and Lazy Jacks. No 1 genoa, smaller cruising jib, storm jib and an as new spinnaker.|
|Mast / Rigging
||An alloy rig with single spreaders and a spinnaker pole. Almasts furler on forestay.
Barlow winches on the mast and boom and 2 Harken self tailing 2 speed winches and 2 small bronze winches.
||Other equipment includes cockpit tables, a Magma gas barbeque, boat-hooks, ample fenders, ropes and mooring lines, a sail repair kit, an extensive tool kit, and bolt-cutters.|