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1986 46 (ft.) Kelly Peterson 46 Center Cockpit

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General Information

Listing# 123686

Price
$135,000.00
Location
Oriental, NC, United States
Manufacturer
Kelly Peterson
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1986
Year Built
1986
Category
Sailboats
Designer
Doug Peterson
Model
46 Center Cockpit
Rudder
Skeg
Keel
Moderate Fin
Keel
Moderate Fin
Status
Used
Length
46 (ft.)
Manufacturer Length
46
Bridge Clearance
61
Maximum Draft
9.666667
Beam
13'4"
Displacement
33300
Ballast
11330
Cruising Speed
7
RPM @ Cruising Speed
2000
Fuel Capacity
100
Fuel Consumption / hour
1.7
Fuel Consumption RPM
2000
Water Capacity
200
Water Capacity
20
Hull Material
GRP
Deck Material
Fiberglass
Hull Finish
Gelcoat
Hull Color
White
Fuel Tank Material
Stainless Steel
Fuel Tank Material
Stainless Steel
Fuel Tank Material
Volkswagon
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
Marinized Pathfinder
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Horse Power
85
Engine Hours
3000
Number of Staterooms
2
Number of Berths
2
Sleeps
4
Number of Heads
2

General Details

Havana Goodtime is hull 19 of the Kelly Peterson 46 line. The KP46 is the lengthened version of the well known 44. The extra 2 feet give her an elegant appearance and since the cockpit is not raised the lines remain clean, and will provide a more secure feeling under sail than the raised cockpit. The cutter rig is very convenient and forgiving. Kelly Peterson fans know this boat is fast, smooth, and seakindly in heavy weather. She easily handles sea states that keep other boats in anchorages. The center cockpit layout gives an ample aft stateroom with separate companionway and generous aft head and shower. The aft cabin is comfortable underway and provides convenient communications to cockpit during overnight passages. The forward head has private access from forward cabin and from main salon. The main salon has been modified from the original design replacing the single settee on the port side with a console and two seats. The walk thru from main salon to aft cabin is on the starboard side. The engine room has easy access from both sides, providing good equipment access not found on many boats. This boat is easily handled by two but can be easily single handed. She has been set up for ease of sailing and has outrun anything of its size and more than a few slightly larger boats. The owner has added recent upgrades, including new deck chocks for the dinghy to keep the boat off the deck and allow the hatches to be open while the boat is at the dock(not while underway), and new deck hatch covers.  The current owner has sailed this boat for the last fourteen years throughout the Caribbean, and has now brought her to the States. She can be ready to set sail with very little preparation. Where would you like to go?

Additional Equipment

Hull & Deck:
Fiberglass hull and deck
Modified fin keel
Skeg hung rudder
Encased lead keel ballast
Swim ladder
Deck chocks for dinghy(2013)
New acrylic hatch covers(2013)

Engine and Mechanical:
85HP VW Pathfinder marinized industrial engine
Hurth transmission
MaxPro 22" feathering prop, 3-blade, bronze
New heat exchanger 2013
Cruise speed under power is 7kn at 2000rpm
Cruise speed under sail is over 9 kn in 20 knots wind
At 2000 rpm the burn rate is 1.7 gal/hr 

Tankage:
Diesel, 100 gallons in 2 tanks
Fresh water, 200 gallons in 4 tanks
Holding tanks, 10 gallon for each head

Electrical & Mechanical:
12V DC, 110V AC
Batteries: 10 x 6V Trojan T105, new 2010
Xantrex Pro Sine 2000W, 100A inverter/charger (2013)
2 x 85 watt solar panels with regulator
KISS wind generator
Entec 5.5Kw generator, backend replaced in 2003 with a more robust unit with heavier windings, re-engined last year with new Kubota 2 cyl.
Shore power
Village Marine Tek Watermaker 20 gph

Navigation & Electronics:
Raymarine depth, speed, wind, new 2009
Furono GP 30 GPS
Autopilot, UK made Sharpe Ocean Pilot
Horizon VHF with remote microphone in cockpit
ICON 700 SSB with tuner
JVC auto stereo with 100W amplifier, new speakers in main salon and cockpit

Plumbing:
Pressure water system
6 gal 110 V hot water heater
2 x Jabsco manual toilets, new 2009
2 holding tanks w/manual and deck evacuation

Galley:
Dual stainless steel sinks
Manual fresh water foot pump
Princess 3-burner propane stove with oven
Top opening freezer with two holding plates
Front opening refrigerator with one holding plate
Bliss compressor unit run by 12v DC motor

Canvas:
Pacific Blue Sunbrella
Dodger
Bimini
Roll up sunshade on leading edge of dodger
Sunshade for deck forward of mast
Cockpit cover during storage

Ground Tackle:
Ideal Windlass(new wildcat 2013)
Stainless Steel 55 lb CQR with 330 feet of 3/8 BBB chain

Safety Equipment:
Life jackets
Sea anchor
EV 6 person life raft, certified 2008
EPIRB with GPS
Flares, jacklines, throw rope
Lifesling
Horseshoe

Additional Equipment:
Caribe 9L (9.0ft) dinghy, new 2012
2000 Johnson 15 HP outboard
Bauer Purus Dive Tank Compressor driven by 110V electric motor, spare filters on board, will fill a 80 cubic foot tank in approximately 30 minutes, two tanks included
Ample spares are on board for various pumps, also belts, filters, backup bilge pumps, plumbing parts, nuts bolts, washers, electrical connectors, hose clamps, etc.

Sails:
Total sail area: 1000sq ft
I=54’,P=48’,J=18.3, E=16’
Full batten mainsail on Fredrickson Ball Slide system
Lazyjacks with a stack pack
130% yankee cut genoa
100 staysail(new 2012)
¾ oz asymmetrical spinnaker (in snuffing sock)
Storm jib
Sails stored off-season

Rigging & Sail Handling Equipment:
Aluminum mast and boom
Keel stepped mast, 2 spreaders, sail track
Whisker pole
Schaefer roller furlers on both headsail and staysail, new 2002
Garhaurer running rigging
Primary winches Lewmar 55’s self tailing
Staysail winches Lewmar 40’s self tailing
Main winch Lewmar 45 self tailing
At mast is main, spinnaker and 2 headsail winches
On boom is a reefing winch
Outer shroud chain plates replaced in 2005
Forestay, V2”s, and D2’s replaced in 2013