- 72 (ft.)
- Hull Material
- Fuel Type
- Engine Model
- KTA 19 M4
- Number of Engines
- Engine Type
(LOCATION: Bali, Indonesia) The M.V. HARUKU is a long-range expedition yacht designed to travel anywhere in comfort and safety. Her 22m catamaran hull is described as “wave piercing” and provides safe, comfortable, and economical cruising. With room for six guests and a crew of four this beauty has all the comforts of home with all the bells and whistles needed for an entertaining journey.
Up top is a spacious flybridge that features hardtop with radar arch, upper helm station, and open aft deck with stairway to the covered cockpit. The cockpit enjoys the shade of the upper deck overhang but is open to the sea air and views. There is a table with chairs for relaxing, entertaining, or alfresco dining. Stairs to either side lead down to dual swim / dive platforms with a dinghy lift and tender in the center. Haruku comes with a full range of personal watercraft for sport and thin water access.
The main deck has space only a catamaran can offer. A mid-level bridge deck offers an enclosed wheelhouse with full lower helm station equipped to handle any length cruise. A center stairway leads below to an open salon with corner settees to either side with hi-lo tables. A full galley is port side with breakfast bar. To starboard is an entertainment center with flat screen TV. Open, airy, and comfortable the main deck interior makes being inside not so bad.
There are three guest staterooms. There are two double berth and one twin berth staterooms with bulkhead storage under berth storage, and hanging locker. The guest head compartments feature a mirrored vanity and shower stall. There are two crew cabins accommodating a crew of four. A laundry with washer, dryer, and linen locker completes the accommodations.
M.V. Haruku is equipped with twin Cummins diesel engines for long-lasting dependable power. Mechanical features include two Cummins generators, two watermakers, and reverse cycle HVAC. A long list of navigational and communications equipment ensures a safe journey. This 72' catamaran has room to spare, is well equipped, has been maintained to exceptional standards, and is ready to cruise. Call now for more information and to schedule a showing.
- Three Guest Staterooms - Sleep Six Two Double Berth Statrooms - One Twin Berth Crew Quarters for Four with Two Cabins Laundry with Washer and Dryer Spacious Salon Full Galley Two Corner Settees with High-Low Tables Entertainment Center Cockpit Dining Area
- Deck & Hull
- Flybridge with Hardtop and Radar Arch Upper Helm Station Open Aft Deck with Stairway to Cockpit Mid-Level Wheelhouse Lower Helm Station Stairway to Salon Main Deck with: Three Guest Cabins Two Crew Cabins Laundry Galley Spacious Salon Covered Cockpit Dual Swim / Dive Platforms with Center Dinghy Lift "Wave Piercing" Catamaran Hull Anchor & Windlass: Three phase electric Hydraulic with soft start. Jaden S6 windlass with 35m of stud link chain and 100m of 18mm steel wire rope (cable) . 120Kg danforth anchor (with Lloyd’s cert). (Spare 70Kg danforth with 20m of chain and 100m of 2” polyester rope carried below)
- Electronics & Navigation
- Flybridge; Two Hateland displays , slaved to Koden Radar and Furuno VX 2. Icom VHF radio. Robinson AP 350 Auto pilot. Bridge: Koden 48Nm marine radar with 4’ open array Amritsu scanner, coupled to 14” Hateland LCD screen. With C map and GPS overlay, and target lock and track. Furuno VX 2 plotter, sounder and 27Nm radar. With Furuno 3’ closed array scanner. Dual frequency transducers. C map plotter system. Furuno 10” colour depth sounder. With dual frequency transducers. Interphase forward looking sonar with 2 x transducers (one spare). Robertson AP 350 Auto pilot. Icom Marine VHF. Icom CB radio. Icom SSB. Furuno weather fax. CCTV system with camera’s in both engine rooms and aft deck. Tanoi loud hailer for fwd anchor position. HP Scanner / Fax / Printer. Toshiba lap top. Sat’ Communications: Sailor Fleet Broad Band 250, set up for vessel wide wifi and voice connection. With web tracking service. Indonesian Byru Sat phone with voice and data capability. A/V and Entertainment. Four Tanoi outdoor speakers. Audica amplifier. Mini Mon distribution box for 2 speaker zones. GME waterproof disc and USB player. Four Clarion outdoor speakers. 32” Samsung LCD T.V. Pioneer DVD player.
- Domestic Features
- 70lt westinghouse electric hot water system. LG microwave oven. Westinghouse 4-burner range with oven. Vacuum cleaner. Bed linens for all guest and crew cabins. 8 sets of cutlery and crockery 10 sets of tall glass’s 8 sets short glasses Assorted pots and pans. Toaster. Iron and board. Rice cooker and warmer. Westinghouse cloths dryer. Modena washing machine. Refrigeration: Galley; Split fridge freezer. Pantry; Two150lt fridges. Outdoor; 400lt chest freezer. 450lt below bench built in freezer. Crew pt; 200lt fridge freezer. Crew stbd; 100lt fridge.
- Tenders, Toys, and Deck Gear
- Main tender: 5.1 m Quintrex “Top Ender” aluminium dingy. 100-Hp Yamaha 4 stroke outboard 140lt of fuel. 7” Garmin colour plotter and sounder. Live bait tank. Bait board and rod holders. S.S. Bimini. Two Batteries. 406 EPIRB Six pedestal seats. Weight 850Kg fully laden. Range 200Nm @ 20Kts. Crew Tender. 3.4m “Superduck” aluminium pontoon dingy. 25Hp Yamaha. 45lt integral fuel tank. 2 x rod holders. Crew tender launched by raising and lowering of aft deck platform. Range; 50Nm @ 15kts. Crane. Maxi lift 400 series with optional extension boom. Lifting capacity 1,000kg @ 5.5m. Ocean Kayaks. Four H2o Contour 4.2m ocean kayaks, with spray deck and paddles. Recreational Bauer Neptune dive compressor. Eight Luxfer dive tanks (last hydro test June 2012). Eight fixed rod holders for trolling Thirty-two ceiling mount rod storage positions. Stainless steel outdoor BBQ with hot plate. Teak folding table in cockpit, seats 8 pax. Four Outdoor faux rattan/aluminium chairs. Four folding beach chairs. Folding beach table. 21lt ice box.
- Mechanical & Electrical
- Propulsion System. Main engines; 2 x KTA 19 Medium continuous rated diesel engines. Power; 700Hp @ 2,100Rpm. Gear Box’s; ZF 550 counter rotating. (Pt C.C.W. Stb’d C.W) Shaft; S.S. 3 ½” end for ended shafts. Shaft bearings; Water cooled rubber composite. Propellers; Two 5 bladed Teignbridge semi skewed. Spare set; Two Makaido 5 bladed Main engine and gearbox cooling; Exterior grid cooling system. Exhaust; Wet exhaust with salt water injection for noise reduction and gas cooling. Controls; 3 x Mather ZF electronic controls (replaced new Nov 2011). Fly bridge, Bridge and cockpit station’s. Generators Auxiliaries; 2 x Cummins D4 normally aspirated diesel engines. Alternators; 2 x Stanford 34 KVA brushless alternators. Cooling; Exterior grid cooling system. Exhaust; - 1 x wet exhaust. - 1 x Dry stack exhaust. Water Makers 600lt/dy Technicomar (with 2 x spare membranes) 1,200lt/dy Citor modular system Air Conditioning System Daikin split system with two 2.5Hp outdoor units and eight indoor units spread throughout the boat. Outdoor units are built into the vessel fly bridge space and are concealed but easily accessible for service and replacement. Fire Prevention Engine rooms have NAFS III fire suppression system with remote operation. 3 phase high flow fire pumps with 2” SS pipe to 2 x 2” cam lock outlets. 2” x 15m cam lock rubber/canvas fire hose with nozzle. Fire and heat alarms in each engine space. Manual remote fuel shut down for mains and both gen’ sets. Manual remote ventilation shut down for engine space and cabin space. Two 9 lt foam extinguishers in engine space. Five 4.5Kg dry powder extinguishers in cabin space. Fire blanket in galley. FA2 Itim fire monitoring system..
- Safety Equipment
- Two 6 man RFD Life Rafts, with EPIRB fitted. Two 406 EPIRB, one for Haruku, one for 5.1m Quintrex dingy. Radar SART (Search and rescue transponder.). Two Life rings. Twenty 70kg Life Jackets with light and whistle. Four Life vests for Ocean Kayaks.
- 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 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.
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