One Design TB 46 trimaran performance cruiser


Price
US $149,000 Finance
Currency
Length
46' 11" - 14.30m
Use
Leisure, Cruising, Racing
Launch Year
1985
Hull Material
Composite

Performance cruiser. Sails faster than most boats around you. Smaller interior but bigger than people imagine it to be. She is a real beauty and eye catcher. I have never owned something in my life I get so many comments and compliments like this boat.

The boat sails at wind speed at 60 degree apparent. So 6-7kts of wind push us 6-6.5kt. 10kts true push us about 9.5-10kts.

Boat is located in Baja California (sur), Sea of Cortez. But right now checking the market in Australia/Pacific, and I might take her there.

TB - 46
Built in Vancouver
Length 46ft
Beam: 38ft
Draft: 2.5ft, 4ft (rudder - retractable), 8ft (board down)
Weight: 7000lbs
Mast clearance: 55ft
Berths: 4-6 - V-berth (1 person), port wing 1+1(pull out berth or not), starboard wing (1 person), aft "cabin" (1 bigger or two smaller)

After a five year long rebuild/refit I'm considering to move on to other projects in life. The boat was then launched in October 2021. The supposedly 3 months project grew and scope creep kept on growing.

Construction:
Launched 1985
Hull, amas, aka: Foam/glass sandwich
Deck and super structure: glass over ply

All deck penetrations has been epoxied
50-60% of the deck was replaced, many bulkheads as well, super structure more or less all replaced.
8 new hatch installations (lewmar & bomar) (11 total) & 2 port lights vetus (2021, aft cabin)
4 Lewmar aluminium framed windows (2018)
8 new chainplates, stainless 316 (2020)
4 x new trampolines (2021, from France trampoline)

Topside paint job (2018) 2 component Dupont paint
Nonskid (2019) 2 component paint
100% new interior (finish, cabinets, countertops etc)
Cushions, mattresses, upholstery (2021)

100% new electrical system (tinned cables (99%)), bus bars, panels, main switches, automatic breakers, push buttons, led lights etc. (2021)
Simarine pico with 1 main shunt and 12 inputs of the 25A shunts (to measure each load), with display and wifi, barometer, tank levels etc. (2021)
Batteries 4 x 105Ah (2021)
2 x 330w (2021) solar panels mounted on each aft aka with new arms in painted aluminium (2021)
2 x Victron smartsolar MPPT 100 / 20A (bluetooth) (2021)
Xantrex Pure sine inverter 2000W (2009)

Fridge Isotherm ASU 130 liter (very good condition)
Force 10,3 burner, broiler (like new)
Watermaker Spectra ventura 150, extra membrane, (very good condition) Draws 8A, 6.5 gallons/h

Toilet, electric, Theftford nano (2021)
water pump SPX johnson(pressurized system) (2021)
Deck wash pump SPX johnson (2021)
190 liter / 50 gallons. Integrated water tank under aft cabin berth (food graded epoxy (2021)
Total 4 thru hulls (1 speedometer (2009), 1 toilet out(2021), 1 toilet in(2021), 1 water maker in(2021) Tru Design, composite material.
Engine is thru saildrive.

Engine: Yanmar 3JH2 (1997), saildrive SD31 - 3950h. Two new mounts, hoses, seals, wiring, damper (2021). Injector pump rebuilt, head gasket replaced by previous owner.
2 x 10 gallon fuel tanks stainless steel (2021)
Kiwi feathering prop, new blades (2021)
350-400nm range incl 3 cans

Deck hardware (Rutgerson 90% of the blocks, organisers, 16 rope clutches, 2021)
Lewmar Mainsheet track & car (2021)
4 x Lewmar selftailing winches, 1 ordinary
95% of running rigging replaced 2020 (Liros Racer vision, dyneema core)
Harken Headsail furler, IV, unit II (2021)
Forestay (2021)
Backstay (2021)
Runners & check stay (2021)
6 x shrouds/stays (2008)
Pad eyes, mast base, mast fittings, boom fittings (2021)
Mast & boom taken down, stripped, painted (strontium chromate primer, epoxy primer, 2 component paint)

VHF mast antenna and cable (2021)
Wind instrument & vane, bi-data(2009)
Autopilot Raymarine EVO, p70s, ACU200, rudder angle sensor etc (2021) Autopilot drive (2009)
Radar Raymarine Digital (2009)
Raymarine Axiom 9 chart plotter (2021)
Seatalk/NMEA2k system (2021)
VHF lowrance AIS link 8 (2021)

Windlass Lewmar (2021)
100ft of chain, 100ft+ (rope) (ok condition)
Mantus supreme 40lbs anchor (2009, good condition))
Daggerboard (CNC, vacuum (2009, rebuilt 2020)
Dodger (Iverson Seattle), ok condition, glass in very good condition, (2009)

Sails:
Main - Hydranet Pineapple sails, very good condition (2009, used about 8000nm)
Genoa 120(?) Hydranet Pinapple, very good condition, (2009, used about 8000nm)
Asymmetrical spinnaker(good condition) in a sock(ok)
Symmetrical spinnaker
Mainsail cover (ok condition)

Dinghy 10ft, high pressure floor (2021)
Tohatsu 5hp outboard (2008). Planes with one person.

Bottom paint: ABC 3, PPG (2021) 3 gallons.
Epoxy barrier coat (2009 & 2021(partially)

There are probably another hundred projects I have forgotten to mention here but these I guess are the main ones. It feels like a new boat (more or less), thats it!


Price
US $149,000    Finance    Insurance
Launch Year
1985
Length
46' 11" - 14.30m
Beam
28ft
Draft
4ft
Displacement
7000 lbs
Region
Queensland
Designer
Trevor Banks
Builder
Trevor Banks
Hull Material
Composite
Decks Material
Glass over ply
Engine Make
Yanmar
Number Engines
1
Horsepower
39
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Hours
4000
Max Speed
7.5
Cruise Speed
6
Fuel
80 liter plus 60 in jerry cans
Water
190 liter
Dinghy
10ft high pressure floor (2020)
Outboard
5hp Tohatsu
Accommodation
The boat has a pretty open layout with no doors. Can sleep up to 6 people in 4 beds
Cabins
V-berth, Saloon, Aft "cabin"
Berths
6
Shower
Outside on trampoline
Toilet
1
Galley
3 burner stove Force 10, oven with broiler
Refrigeration
130 liter
Stove
Force 10
Water-Maker
Spectra Ventura 150
Ground Tackle
Windlass Lewmar, 30m chain, 30m+ rope
Bilge Pumps
2 manual, 1 electric in each ama, 2 in main hull and 1 big portable one
Epirb
McMurdo
Electronics / Navigation
Axiom 9 chart plotter, wind, depth, radar
Sail Inventory
Hydranet main and genoa, assy and symmertrical spinny
Mast / Rigging
Fractional,

CONTACT DETAILS
Name
Andreas Mehlin
Telephone
City / Suburb
La Paz
State
BCS
Country
Sweden


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