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General Information

Listing# 105180

Price
$1,400,000.00
Location
Newport Beach, CA, United States
Manufacturer
Salthouse Boat Builders, Ltd.
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1994
Category
Sloop
Designer
Nelson Marek
Status
Used
Length
92 (ft.)
Beam
20.58
LOA
92
Hull Material
Aluminum
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
6068 SFM 50 Turbo Charged
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Hours
800

General Details

LOCURA, a fractional rigged sloop, was conceived as a performance bluewater pilothouse sailing vessel.  LOCURA is capable of long distance voyaging to any port in comfort and speed.  It is presently in turnkey condition and ready for the next voyage.

In 2003, LOCURA completed an extensive refit by the original builder, Salthouse Brothers, in New Zealand.  An extensive list is available upon request but in brief, this refit included new hatches, new teak decking in the cockpit, aft deck and swim platform, all done without the use of fastenings.  The addition of a bow thruster, new “Park Avenue” boom, complete refinishing and servicing of the mast, new 14’ RIB tender w/60 hp Yamaha 4-stroke, new life raft, new north sails (2012), mainsail, self tacking A-4 asymmetric spinnaker jib.  and complete hull and deck painting.  Nearly $1,000,000 (USD) has been spent on upgrades .  New rudder was designed, built and installed (8/2012), greatly enhancing base of steering and performance.

LOCURA offers a comfortable and practical interior arrangement.  Rather than locating the owner’s stateroom in the aft section, which can be subject to noise from machinery and foot traffic, the owner enjoys a full-width stateroom forward which is private from the rest of the yacht.  Ideal for charter, long distance cruising and living aboard for extended periods, LOCURA also sails exceptionally well as her designers have incorporated their experience in larger racing yachts, including those that have raced in the America’s Cup.  

LOCURA is constructed in aluminum of marine grade alloy and built to American Bureau of Shipping approved plans.  Hull and deck thermal and acoustical insulation is achieved with foam sprayed on to all inner surfaces from the waterline up, including deck and pilothouse.  The interior of the engine room is covered in acoustical, sound absorbing foam rubber (covered by aluminum foil).

Separate sound insulation box for the generator.  The lazarette, lockers, paint/oil locker, sail locker and “garage” are painted in off-white Awlgrip but not insulated.  Exterior is painted in Awlgrip with an emphasis on low maintenance.  The deck is fitted with either built-in hand rails or stainless steel hand rails.

In calm water, the yacht averages approximately 8.75 to 9 knots at 1,550 rpm, burning roughly 3 to 4 gph.  The top speed in calm water is 12 knots at 2,350 rpm with consumption of approximately 7 gph.  Her range is approximately 1,600 to 1,800 miles at 8.5 knots under power.

In calm seas, the vessel will sail at wind speed to weather and easily reaches 10 to 12 knots.  Off-the-wind, the vessel will sail 13.5 knots in about 25 knots of wind.  Reaching, the yacht will be making 12 knots with 20 knots of breeze.  New sails and rudder 2012.

LOCURA is en route to California (as of Jan 2014)

Specifications

ACCOMMODATIONS
LOCURA has three staterooms plus crew quarters; all with ensuite baths. General: Interior color scheme, fabrics, interior and cockpit upholstery design by Nancy Hecht and Phillpotts of Hawaii All seating areas are leather Leather dashboard in pilothouse Deck head ceiling panels are white textured vinyl Recessed down spot lights and wall lighting with hidden strip lighting/courtesy lighting Pilothouse windows are 12mm toughened glass tinted Hull windows are 12mm Lexan tinted and screen effect finished Large deck hatches have gas assist struts Stairs to exterior, main salon and aft cabins all teak with radius and tread grooves Flooring, laminated New Zealand “Tawa” wood, clear finished Door and trim surrounds laminated timber with bleached oak wash finish Paint by Touch of Gloss, Dale Pennington in Awlgrip
GALLEY
The galley is located athwartships to starboard and is separated from the main salon by a service bar, which has custom panels of etched glass.  There is a pass-through between the galley and the pilothouse. (2) Parmco gas ovens (2) Fisher & Paykel dishwashers (2) Large SS sinks Parmco 5-burner cooktop and stove Corian counter tops (lt gray granite-look) Dual 240v Grunert refrigeration/freezer system New ice maker (2012)
MASTER STATEROOM
The master stateroom is located forward with three large hatches plus two oval ports providing abundant light and ventilation.  There is a settee to starboard, which is tastefully done in tan Ultra-Suede.  The master stateroom has a centerline queen berth with generous storage throughout with a B & G multifunction display mounted and 21" HDTV and Blue Ray DVD player provide relaxes entertainment. The master head is located forward of the master stateroom and is separated by a bulkhead that features a custom etching of the sail plan of the yacht.  There is a large circular shower with a large opening hatch above that provides a wonderful feeling of spaciousness.  Counter tops are in Corian and Vacuum-flush head.
GUEST STATEROOMS
Aft of the engine room there are two guest cabins.  To port is a double berth with ensuite head and shower.  There is an additional removable Pullman berth set up on a block and tackle.  To starboard there is a second guest cabin with two individual berths plus two Pullman berths that are also removable and mounted with block and tackle.  Aft of this stateroom is an ensuite head and shower.  Both staterooms have abundant storage and are light and airy.  There is emergency access to the crew’s quarters aft through the guest head shower.
CREW QUARTERS
The crews’ quarters are located all the way aft and have their own head with shower.  Access is through a separate aft port with emergency access through the guest shower stall. Furuno GPS Brooks and Gatehouse Hercules 690 repeater Sony flat screen repeater for computer
NAVIGATION AND ELECTRONICS
Furuno Nav Net (new 2012) Furuno GP-31 GPS Furuno GP-32 GPS Furuno depth fish finder, color Brooks and Gatehouse Hercules 690 Brooks and Gatehouse wind angle analogue display VHF Mobile VHF ICOM IC-710 Pro SSB w/AT-130 antenna tunerand Pactor PTC-II Pro moden Worldphone Mini M satellite phone W-H Model AP-4 auto pilot (primary) W-H Model P-3C auto pilot (secondary) Laptop and software (new 2012) Printer/fax/scanner (new 2012) Apple Mac Mini computer with windows 7 Navigation software includes Nobeltec NNS Max Pro, Expeditiona nd Sailmail
PILOTHOUSE
The pilothouse is located above the engine room.  There are large (1/2” Lexan) windows that surround the entire cabin and offer 360 degree visibility.  There is a pilot station and the yacht may be operated from this position other than when docking.  All navigational equipment is located here and the person on watch is able to monitor the ship’s systems from this area.  To starboard there is a long leather settee and to port is a table and U-shaped seating.
ENGINE AND MECHANICAL
John Deere 6 cyl 300 hp turbo – Complete rebuild 10/11 Engine instruments in pilothouse and at starboard helm Marine Air (36,000 BTU) and Aqua Air (25,000 BTU) air conditioning Compressors with chilled water plumbing to all cabins 220v sea and circulation pumps (new 2012) Glacier refrigeration compressors (3) with cockpit cooler, 220v with 220v sea pump Selmar watermaker 300 lph – 4 membrane Lewmar 300 STVAH hydraulic bow thruster – vertical retracting flush fit enclosure Lewmar joysticks port and starboard for bow thruster control 24v Water pumps, 2 with pressure switches Accumulator tank 50 liter hot water tank - S/S with closed loop circulation pump and take off to generator Bilge pumps – 1 fwd, 1 midships, 1 aft, 1 manual emergency hand pump, 1 engine driven emergency pump Hynautic engine controls (3 sets)
ELECTRICAL
Shore power 240v (50 or 60 Hz) to a 10 kVA isolation transformer (2) 100 amp Mastervolt battery chargers Victron 5000 w inverter 24v / 175 amp cruising alternator on main engine Northern Lights W984 diesel generator rated at 32 kW 24v Generator Starting Battery bank, (2) group 31s in series Generator electric output = 20 kVA @ 240v 12v Main Engine Starting Battery Bank (2) group 31s in parallel 12v Electronics Battery Bank (2) group 31 AGMs in parallel 24v House Bank (10) 4D AGMs
DECK AND HULL
On deck LOCURA is arranged with safety, comfort and ease of sailing.  Forward, the jib furling system and the anchor windlass are recessed into the deck.  To port, there is a large locker dedicated for wet sail storage.  Forward of the owner’s stateroom is the Boson’s locker.  To starboard forward of the mast, there is a Jacuzzi tub and aft of the mast is a pit dedicated to halyard winches and tails.  Aft of the pilothouse is a cockpit with upholstered seating area and dining table.  Aft of the cockpit are the dual helm stations with winches located nearby for ease of handling with a short crew. Awlgrip paint hull, deck and non-skid paint Micron Trilux antifouling Teak decks in cockpit, sailing cockpit, and swim platform Lewmar 4000 electric anchor windlass (recessed into the deck) Reckman 90-3 hydraulic jib furling system (recessed into the deck) Hydraulic PTO pump from generator 24 volt servo for furler – when gen set is not running Radar and antenna arch – S/S Dinghy lift winches – (2) 3500 electric super winches Deck lighting from spreaders and radar arch Tohatsu 5 hp outboard 14’ aqua Pro, EXDR1401 w/Yamaha 60 4-stroke outboard Jacuzzi with rigid cover Zodiac 8-man life raft 230 lb Bruce anchor – 400 ft ½”  high test chain 60 lb Fortress aluminum anchors (2) with chain and rode
LAUNDRY ROOM & WORKSHOP
Opposite the galley and separated by the engine room is the workshop and laundry room.  This area is beautifully finished and leads to a head that serves as a convenient day head for guest use.  The laundry room features a full size Maytag HD washer and dryer.  There is substantial storage space available in the workshop for spares, tools, etc. The soundproofed engine room has normal access through the workshop but there is also additional access between the two guest staterooms.  Engine removal is provided by removing the sole in the pilothouse.
RIGGING - SAILS - WINCHES
Aluminum SeaTrek spar – approximately 117’ off the water Matrix “Park Ave” carbon boom with built-in lights, 3 reefs and preventer Stainless rod standing rigging Navtec hydraulics for backstay, vang, outhaul Mainsail – North Performance series 400/480 (new 2012) North A4 – Asymmetric spinn (new 2011) North – Performance series NL spec headsail, #4 size, self-tacking (new 2011) Reacher – Overlapping headsail. North - 3A Spinn. North - 2A Spinn. (new June, 2014) North - Code 0 Spinn. (new June 2014) North - Spinn. Staysail (2012) Gennaker, North Nylon radial out 2.2 oz in sock with extended tails and wide mouth fractional hoist Spinnaker pole on deck Storm tri-sail Primaries – Lewmar 700 series (2), self-tailing, electric Secondaries – Lewmar 700 series (2), self tailing, electric Running back – Lewmar 650 series (2) self tailing Traveler – Lewmar 46 CCST Foredeck – Lewmar 66 CCST electric (1), Lewmar 66 aluminum composite (2) Main sheet – Lewmar self-tailing, electric
REMARKS
LOCURA, a fractional rigged sloop, was conceived as a performance bluewater pilothouse sailing vessel.  LOCURA is capable of long distance voyaging to any port in comfort and speed.  It is presently in turnkey condition and ready for the next voyage. In 2003, LOCURA completed an extensive refit by the original builder, Salthouse Brothers, in New Zealand.  An extensive list is available upon request but in brief, this refit included new hatches, new teak decking in the cockpit, aft deck and swim platform, all done without the use of fastenings.  The addition of a bow thruster, new “Park Avenue” boom, complete refinishing and servicing of the mast, new 14’ RIB tender w/60 hp Yamaha 4-stroke, new life raft, new north sails (2012), mainsail, self tacking A-4 asymmetric spinnaker jib.  and complete hull and deck painting.  Nearly $1,000,000 (USD) has been spent on upgrades .  New rudder was designed, built and installed (8/ 2012), greatly enhancing base of steering and performance. LOCURA offers a comfortable and practical interior arrangement.  Rather than locating the owner’s stateroom in the aft section, which can be subject to noise from machinery and foot traffic, the owner enjoys a full-width stateroom forward which is private from the rest of the yacht.  Ideal for charter, long distance cruising and living aboard for extended periods, LOCURA also sails exceptionally well as her designers have incorporated their experience in larger racing yachts, including those that have raced in the America’s Cup.  LOCURA is constructed of marine grade aluminum alloy and built to American Bureau of Shipping approved plans.  Hull and deck thermal and acoustical insulation is achieved with foam sprayed on to all inner surfaces from the waterline up, including deck and pilothouse.  The interior of the engine room is covered in acoustical, sound absorbing foam rubber (covered by aluminum foil).  The generator is located within the insulated engine room. The lazarette, lockers, paint/oil locker, sail locker and “garage” are painted in off-white Awlgrip but not insulated.  Exterior is painted in Awlgrip with an emphasis on low maintenance.  Hand rails surround the pilothouse for safer movement from cockpit to foredeck. In calm water, the yacht averages approximately 8.75 to 9 knots at 1,550 rpm, burning roughly 3 to 4 gph.  The top speed in calm water is 12 knots at 2,550rpm with consumption of approximately 11 gph.  Her range is approximately 1,600 to 1,800 miles at 8.5 knots under power. In calm seas, the vessel will sail at wind speed to weather and easily reaches 10 to 12 knots.  Off-the-wind, the vessel will sail 13.5 knots in about 25 knots of wind.  Reaching, the yacht will be making 12 knots with 20 knots of breeze.  New sails and rudder - 2012. New bottom paint - 6/14 (sprayed - 2 coats)  
EXCLUSIONS
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht.  These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed. Personal clothing Foul weather gear CD’s & DVD’s Fishing & tackle boxes (6) sets dive mask, snorkel & flippers Various assorted lights, knives, marker reels Dive tanks and scuba equipment Surf boards (1 inflatable, 1 rigid) Spears & spear gun Books Cameras Binoculars Personal computers Games Wii entertainment system
DISCLAIMER
Specifications and details of this vessel are provided in good faith for informational purposes only.  Data regarding the specifications, operating characteristics, and condition of the vessel was obtained from sources believed to be reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers.  Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, capacities, consumptions and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agrees to instruct his agent or surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase.  Vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawl from market without notice.
customContactInformation
For complete details, contact Listing Agent Tom Corkett at (949) 642-5735 or e-mail:  corkett@ardell.com