|Van De Stadt Samoa 48 - REALISTIC VENDOR REDUCES PRICE! World Cruising yacht, designed around four fundamental parameters, SPEED, COMFORT, SAFETY & QUALITY, this thoroughbred performance cruiser was built to the highest standards using a combination of space age materials (epoxy, duflex, quadaxial cloth) for the hull and decks and traditional craftsman quality european beech timber finishes below decks as you would expect from these high quality yachts.
New Raymarine Nav System fitted July 2015 with wifi connect to i- pad and I- phone from anywhere.
The owner's stateroom with ensuite is forward and there are two guest cabins aft with a shared bathroom. The saloon is incredibly spacious as is the well equipped galley.
The solid dodger over the main hatch enables the hatch to be open in all weather conditions and it's impossible to miss that large spoked steering wheel aft, which, once you wrap your fingers around you really feel "in charge" of a powerful sailing machine.
AU $365,000 Huge price reduction
** NOW SOLD **
||48' 3" - 14.70m|
||15.5 tonnes approx|
|Keel / Ballast
||6.1 tonnes lead keel with balanced spade rudder|
||Van De Stadt - Holland|
||Professionally custom built to survey standard.|
||Composite epoxy/duflex with teak glued not screwed on top.|
||Yanmar 4JH-UTE turbo charged 100 bhp, 14cm driveshaft, PSS shaft seal, Brunton Autoprop (new blades 2012), Whitlock steering, oversized rudder stock. Engine room: Access through four side panels and under saloon steps. Engine room has lights fore and aft, extractor fan and is fully insulated. A cutlass bearing was fitted in October 2015, plus a new gearbox-propellor shaft alignment joint. Universal joints on steering arms replaced 2014.|
||Mase 2.5kw - new in 2009 and has approximately 300 hours|
||700 litres in two aluminium tanks, 30 litre day tank over main engine,|
||1000 ltrs, Spectra 12v x 28/lts p/h watermaker, 40ltr JEM 240v hot water system|
||3.1m Zodiac RIB (folding transom)|
||Yamaha 9.9hp, Dinghymate transom hung fuel tank|
||Saloon hatch clears replaced 2011, Black shade cloth covers on all hatches, Solar vents in four hatches, port hatch clears replaced 2011|
||Stoli has a three cabin layout, the master is forward with a Queen-sized bed and en-suite shower and head, hanging cupboard and 8 drawers, small lounge seat with storage and individual reading lights and fan, the main guest cabin has a Queen-sized double bed and is located in the aft starboard quarter incorporating hanging space and drawers and individual reading lights. The bunk room is in the aft port quarter and also has hanging space and drawers and individual reading lights. The shared bathroom and head are off the saloon. The large conventional saloon area has 6ft headroom, the U-shaped lounge surrounds the dining table with two bucket chairs opposite and the saloon is finished in European beech with Alcantara upholstery that was updated in 2004. Plenty of storage space including extensive dry storage under saloon lounge, and under all beds and bunks. There is a mix of LED and halogen lights overhead plus LED reading lights. There is a separate navigation station, chart drawer and red night light.|
||2 internal, 1 external shower all with hot and cold water|
||2 x Lavac toilets, electric forward and manual aft (replaced 2014), 2 x 80 litre black water tanks.|
||Double stainless steel sinks with Grohe taps and mixer and a Freshwater filter, SMEV gimballed 3-burner stove and oven that was new in 2011,2 x 9kg gas bottles with twin HP regulator system, (Gas installation re-inspected and approved 2012), DVK gas sniffer, alarm and auto-shut down system, There is a full complement of crockery, cutlery, plastics (no glasses) and kitchen needs, Corian bench tops. There is a Stainless Steel barbecue on the pushpit (under deck flood light).|
||Eutectic refrigeration system (240v through shore power, or inverter, plus engine-driven compressor) with a front-loading 50 litre fridge and a top loading 50 litre freezer|
||Manson Supreme 45kg - 2011 80m x 3/8-inch chain with s/s anchor swivel, Muir VR 1600 windlass (gearbox overhauled in 2009), 1 x Backup anchors, and chain 2010 and 1 x 45lb CQR. 4 x inflatable fenders, 3 x conventional fenders, 6 x black nylon mooring lines, 2 x black braided mooring lines|
||Seasaver 6-person life-raft - 2001 (serviced 2012), 406 EPIRB, 4 x inflatable horse collars, two with built-in safety harnesses, 6 x SOLAS vests, 4 x personal harnesses, Jacklines, V-sheet; flares, 3 x fire extinguishers; fireblanket
1100-gallon/hour engine driver bilge pump, 3 x electric bilge pumps, 1 x manual cockpit whale pump, MOB sling, Horse collar float; Danbuoy Magellan handheld GPS - backup
||House batteries - (6 x 6v x 110A wet cell) new 2015, Engine start - 2 x 100A sealed - 2010, Radio battery, Mastervolt 2500 Inverter/charger, Alternators - 1 x 50A; 1 x 80A, 2 x 60w Solar panels, 12V TV and player
|2015 Raymarine Nav System (Plotter & AIS), Autohelm ST7000 Autopilot (linear drive overhauled 2012; software upgraded 2010), Autohelm ST50 - Log, wind, depth, JRC 32-mile Radar, Codan 8528 HF Radio, GME GX 558 VHF Radio, Asus laptop Plotter, Endeavour Chart system|
||1 x 10 oz Dacron, fully battened Mainsail (Halsey Lidgard, 2006), lazy jacks, Jib (Halsey Lidgard, 2006) - woven spectra, furling, Furler - Schenker MPS with sock (1997), Storm main and storm jib, Vang - mechanical rod, Removeable inner forestay - highfield lever tensioned|
|Mast / Rigging
||La Mer aluminium Mast and boom, North Spinnaker pole, 19mm Shrouds - 19mm on oversized chain plates (re-rigged 2012), Antal batslides, Hydraulic backstay, All halyards duplicated, Main halyard 2:1, Main, jib, spinnaker, topping lift halyards, and main sheet replaced 2012, Main sheet 3:1 dodger mounted, Main sheet blocks replaced 2011|
||8 x Self-tailing Barients, 6 in cockpit and two on mast, Port primary winch electrified (for handling main halyard, topping lift and reefing lines), Swim ladder, Deck covers, Folding bimini - covers helm position when retracted, full cockpit when extended (canvas renewed 2011), Dinghy davits on Targa, Deck wash, Spreader lights and for'ard deck flood light, Full navigation lights (bow and stern; masthead tri-colour; steaming; anchor), Cockpit light under hard dodger|
||IF YOU ARE SICK AND TIRED OF THE AVERAGE QUALITY OF THOSE IMPORTED YACHTS, DO YOURSELF A FAVOUR AND HAVE A THOROUGH LOOK AT THIS SUPERB YACHT!
The 'Samoa' is a moderate displacement, sea-kindly and well-proven design, easily able to cross oceans in comfort and at speed. 'Stoli' is built to Qld Dept of Transport 2C survey standards, with hull samples readily outperforming Qld University of Technology strength tests during build. 'Stoli' was never put into charter. In 10 years cruising 20,000nm on the Qld coast, 'Stoli' quickly reaches hull speed in light to moderate breezes. Under MPS 'Stoli' sails at near-wind speeds, and revels in 25-knot plus winds when she will reel off 9 knot-plus average speeds, making 200-nautical mile days readily achievable. Yet 'Stoli' is easily handled by two people, the electric sheet winch making sail handling effortless. The hard dodger is a boon to all-weather comfort. She has been meticulously maintained and presents in superb condition having just had her hull and decks professionally painted with two pack marine paint. 'Stoli' is for the buyer seeking a high quality performance sailing yacht, we know "Stoli" well as we sold her to this owner ten years ago.
Contact us today on 07 5502 3124 to arrange your inspection.
DISCLAIMER: The company offers the 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 surveyor to investigate such details as the buyer desires. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.