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Every now and then a broker gets lucky and a chance to list a beautiful boat emerges. This is the case with HAVANA GOODTIME. An absolutely gorgeous example of a center cockpit Kelly-Peterson and her blue water capabilities have already been proven. With standing headroom in excess of 6 foot 5 inches throughout, the interior hand-fitted joinery of teak and her gorgeous appearance whether at the dock or underway, HAVANA GOODTIME will turn heads.
Designed by Jack Kelly and Doug Peterson, HAVANA GOODTIME is hull #19 of 30. The fast cruising design allows sailing in excess of 10 knots and under power her speed is 7-8 knots.
A true, proven, and capable blue water sailboat HAVANA GOODTIME only needs your personal gear and she is ready for the next adventure. The owner has changed plans and HGT is now available.
The 46 is a stretched version of the well know KP-44. The extra 2 feet give the KP-46 an elegant appearance and since the cockpit is not raised the limes remain clean. The cutter rigged KP-46 is very convenient and forgiving. The KP-46 is fast, smooth, and sea kindly when in heavy seas or weather. She easily handles sea states when other larger boats are kept in port or anchorages. The center cockpit gives an ample aft stateroom with separate companionway and an onsite head and shower. The main cabin is comfortable underway with convenient communications with the cockpit during overnight passages. The forward head has private access from the main salon and the forward cabin. The main salon has been modified from the original design as the single settee on the port side has been replaced with two seats and a cabinet between them. Walk through from the salon to the aft cabin is down a wide companionway with engine compartment access inboard and genset access outboard. Access to both is wonderful and without the contortionist requirements found on many sailboats. Easily handled by two but certainly capable of single-handed sailing, this KP-46 is set up for ease of sailing and will out run anything of this size and more.
Don’t miss the true blue water beauty.
- As you enter the sailboat and into the large center cockpit you immediately notice the large foredeck and the obvious exterior beauty of HGT. Entering through the companionway and down the steps (which open to reveal storage and the back of the electrical panel) into the main salon, you immediately notice the vast beauty, complete with hand fit teak, matching fabrics, and amazing headroom. Immediately to port is the L-shaped galley area, complete with double stainless steel sinks and ample counter spaces, in-counter deep freeze and a front loading refrigerator. Further aft of the galley is a work room with bench and fold down seat. To starboard is the navigation station. Further down the walk through to the master stateroom where the generator is housed inside a cabinet along the outboard side and along the inboard side is engine room access. Entering into the master stateroom has a queen offset to port berth, vanity area, hanging lockers and ample drawer storage, an exit into the cockpit, an overhead hatch, 4 opening ports, and a large head and separate shower. Back to the salon, along the port side are two built in chairs with a cabinet between, (changed from the original settee) and there is bookshelf storage and a cabinet. Along the starboard side is a U-shaped dinette area with beautiful teak table which lowers and converts to an additional berth for two. The main salon and galley offer two overhead opening hatches and 10 opening ports for suburb ventilation. Further forward and to starboard there is a large head, complete with separate shower which acts as both the day head and guest stateroom head. Immediately to port is a large storage locker. The forward guest stateroom is very large and offers a double berth with under berth storage, small settee along the port side, an overhead hatch and 2 opening ports.
- Separated from the main salon by a raised counter the L-shaped galley offers ample storage spaces and cabinets, double stainless sinks, and ample counter space surely to please the discriminating chef. Double stainless steel sinks with hot and cold faucets Fresh and raw water foot pumps Hillerange Princess 3 burner gimbaled propane stove and oven Bliss 12 volt compressor cooling both freezer and fridge In counter deep freeze with two cooling plates Front loading refrigeration with single cooling plate Generous storage areas for all galley and pantry needs Raised additional countertop with fiddles Plate and cup storage built in under raised countertop Deck ventilation hatch overhead Stainless steel water tanks
- Hull and deck are hand laminated reinforced fiberglass Deck is Airex cored Colors are permanently loaded into hull and deck during laminating process Non-Skid surface is permanently molded into the deck Interior is constructed using teak veneer plywood and solid teak Structural members are bonded with fiberglass to the hull and deck
- Double bow anchor rollers Ideal anchor windlass with foot switch for anchor up Stainless steel CQR 55 lbs primary anchor with 330 ft of chain rode Stainless steel stanchions with double life lines Port and starboard boarding gates Full length teak cap rails bolted thru hull to deck joint Teak interior hand rails and cabin trim Inboard recessed Genoa tracks (2) Bow, (2) amidships and (2) stern mooring cleats Adjustable main sheet traveler Main and aft cabin access to cockpit Aluminum and Plexiglas sliding companionway hatches (3) Smoked Plexiglas cabin hatches (15) Opening ports with screens (2) Aft lazarette lockers for storage Port and starboard stainless steel dive tank holders Cockpit folding table Cockpit seating with teak and cushions All deck hardware is stainless steel Stainless steel radar arch mounting wind generator and solar panels (2) Stainless steel fishing pole holders mounted on arch Life Sling mounted on stern rail in stainless steel mount Port and starboard ventilation dorados Recessed staysail attachment Molded cockpit coaming for instrumentation Winch pockets and storage cubbies in cockpit Caribe 9.5 ft, yellow RIB (new in 2012) with Johnson 15 hp outboard (2000) Dingy and engine cover Bow mounted dingy chocks Sunbrella blue bimini, dodger, and roll up sun shade on leading edge of bimini Sunbrella blue sunshade for deck forward of mast Sunbrella blue cockpit cover for storage
- Sails & Rigging
- Cutter rigged with 1100 sq. ft. sail area I= 54’ P=48’ J=18’3” E=16”4 Kenyon tapered aluminum mast and boom All spars have a superior painted surface for durability and appearance Double back stay Mast head and fixed gooseneck are welded to the spar Removable sail track slide for access to mast wiring Stainless steel tangs to receive T-bar type fittings Stainless steel standing rigging with swaged fittings Internal halyards with wire to rope splices for main, 2 JIBS and one staysail Internal all rope spinnaker halyard Main boom topping lift Full battened mainsail on Frederickson Ball Sliding system using lazy jacks with a Stack Pack Schaefer roller furlers on both headsail and staysail Garhaurer running rigging (2) Lewmar #55 self-tailing primary winches (3) Lewmar #40 self-tailing staysail winch, JIB halyard, and main halyard winch Lewmar #43 self-tailing mainsail winch mounted on mast Lewmar # 16 outhaul and reefing winch and staysail halyard Extensive spares onboard for various pumps, belts, filters, bilge pumps, plumbing parts, mechanical and electrical.
- KISS wind generator with regulator (2) 85 watt solar panels with regulator Xantrex Pro-Sine 2.0 control panel mounted at companionway Xantrex Pro-Sine 2.0, 2000 watt inverter/charger EnTec generator with rebuilt electrical end, 100 hours 110 Amp battery charger 30 Amp shore power with cords and adapter Wiring is color coded Circuit breaker panel with DC volts and Amp meters Circuit breaker panel with AC volts, hertz, and Amp meters 12 volt DC and 120 volt Ac power (10) Trojan T-105 6 volt batteries in parallel Village Marine water maker making 20 gallons/hour Hot water heater is 6 gallons Advent flat screen television in main cabin RCA DRC200N DVD player in main cabin JVC KD-R200 AM/FM/CD player in main cabin with remote speakers JVC 100 watt power amplifier for JVC radio Generator
- Electronics & Helm
- Ritchie compass at helm binnacle Standard Horizon Intrepid VHF radio with DSC ICOM IC706 HF/VHF radio ICOM IC700 SSB radio with tuner Furuno GPS Navigator Weems and Plath barometer Sharp autopilot using its own quadrant on rudder post (made in UK) Raymarine ST-60+ depth indicator with cover Raymarine ST-60+ wind instrument with cover Raymarine ST-60+ speed indicator with cover
- VW Pathfinder 85 hp marinized industrial engine with 3000 hours, FWC Engine instrumentation including tach, with hr, volts, oil pressure and water temp gauges Engine alarms system for abnormal readings Hurth transmission with 2.7:1 reduction gear Stainless steel 1.5 inch propeller shaft MaxPro 22 inch feathering propeller Racor primary fuel filter Stainless steel throttle and transmission controls at helm Engine room sound proofing Rudder is high density foam blade with 2 ¼” stainless steel rudder post Stainless steel fuel tanks under salon sole Edson helm with wheel break and pedestal guard Stainless steel 36” destroyer wheel
- Brokers Comments
- HAVANA GOODTIME is a beautiful KP-46 that was only used only four months a year until recently. She appears much younger and will certainly please any blue water sailboat buyer.
- Mechanical Disclaimer
- * Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
- 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.