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1986 41 (ft.) Hans Christian 41 molokai

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General Information

Listing# 152434

Price
$166,000.00
Location
Long Beach, CA, United States
Manufacturer
Hans Christian
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1986
Category
Cruisers
Model
41 molokai
Status
Used
Length
41 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
Diesel

General Details

NOTE 30 THOUSAND PRICE REDUCTION :

For many years the author of this specification sheet has been associated with Hans Christian Yachts. As commissioning manager, quality control manager, sales manager, international distributor and vice president of West Coast Sales. I have attended every show in the United States that is considered of an important nature. This gives me the bragging rights to judge a Hans Christian Yacht certainly as well as anyone else left in this world.. In the case of the yacht represented in this specification sheet, I have been acquainted with the owner for 20 years, and have seen the boat regularly. I know the effort and work that has been committed to this yacht. The proper yacht husbandry has been the credo of this owner, land a strong knowledge of proper maintenance has been followed. We seldom run into yachts that have had the care this one has. From the new teak weather decks, the custom enclosure, the new Raymarine C120 with all available  functions that cost over $ 40.000.00 alone, the custom radar arch with motor lift and teak instrument box overhead box for misc. instruments such as the autopilot controls, the second VHF radio, stereo speakers et al. The boat is magnificent. The interior in near perfect, and the teak match is exceptional, The teak and holly sole has been covered with carpet in most areas and is like new. The standard upholstery has held up well and shows off the teak interior beautifully. The model of this boat is the optional Molokai version and features the dual head version with a large Pullman berth, and stall shower forward using the forward end of the boat for the master berth area. There is a huge hanging locker also that has double doors. The aft head secures the forward owners cabin privacy with doors to close off the salon and the head. The 41 T is a very special yacht that evolved from years of the Hans Christian design group. Scott Sprague  who had grown up in thee Bill Garden office did the main lines along with much expertise with those of us who had worked wit buyers of the earlier yacht models. This boat is a culmination of the learning process that came from experimentation regarding what is the perfect boat. As we all have learned, there is no such thing. We at Hans Christian built to the traditionalist. Certainly not the racer. We built to the cruiser who wanted gentle motion and safety. Those of you who have time to just love the sea, and do not have to run quickly from point A to B in a hurry. There is much to learn about this yacht, and I am here to answer your questions as you have them. This sheet is a work in progress, and many things and equipment will be added as we go, so have patience, or call for more knowledge.  

Specifications

SPECIFICATIONS AND DETAILS - BUILDERS DETAILS
  THE SELLER HAS OWNED THIS YACHT FOR 20 YEARS...ALTHOUGH WE CAN MAKE A GOOD CASE FOR THOSE OF YOU WHO SEEK QUALITY OVER DEFERED MAINTENANCE, THE SELLER WILL LOOK AT ALL REASONABLE OFFERS THAT ARE SERIOUS AND QUALIFIED. YOU CAN DEPEND ON HELP FROM THE SELLER TO FULLY UNDERSTAND THIS YACHT.    PLEASE READ THE BUILDERS DESCRIPTION FOR A COMPLETE RUNDOWN ON THE LAYOUT OF EACH INDIVIDUAL SECTION OF THIS BOAT.  The Severance has been owned for over 20 years by the seller. It has done some cruising and was purchased by the second owner in Florida and sailed through the Panama Canal and then to Hawaii. The seller purchased her in Hawaii and sailed her back. The seller of this boat is retiring and has purchased a ranch in California. He was a custom home builder and hates to part with this yacht, but cannot do both. The reason this yacht is in the condition is because no money was ever spared when it came to additions and maintenance. The current use has been local sailing and top rate maintenance. Her equipment includes the following: There is complete documentation of all equipment on this yacht. With my many years in the yacht building and sales, I have never seen such a well documented vessel. it is Good on the seller for putting together a package that leaves no guess work for a new owner.  There is a full inventory of spare parts for this yacht which, like all other documentation can be sent to a prospective buyer.  High gloss black hull Replaced teak decks with Epoxy sealed decks and extended depth on the caulking.. Teak bungs were placed in shallow holes without fasteners to keep the traditional effect, but not let water penetration to the sub core of the deck.   Raymarine C120 seatalk  multi-function Radar that has all available functions. The installation and purchase was less than 2 years ago, and is 48 nuke, 4 kw with dome antenna mounted on a specially built arch at the stern of the yacht. Functions include Radar, GPS plotter, depth video system, up to 4 combinations of split screen that include radar, chart plotter, video depth, and radar overlay. This is a top of the line unit and came to the $40,000 range with the sea-talk installation.  A custom Radar Arch that has a outboard lift, and it is also possible to store the dinghy on this arch in a vertical position. The outboard that comes with the yacht also mounts on the push pit that the stainless steel arch is combined with. Really one of the best we have seen.  There is a full instrument box that is built below the Bimini and in line with the helm. It contains the second Icom VHF, the Raymarine AH 7000 auto pilot controls, dual cockpit speakers that tie to the Navigation stereo system. There are lights under the bottom of the box for night use. There are also two plugs for spotlights and misc. electronics as needed.  The standard engine instrument panel was removed from the factory placement and mounted on the port side for easy viewing and quick access. There is an Electronic  Azimuth  compass mounted over the top of the teak instrument panel, There is also a 5 Inch Richie Globemaster .magnetic compass with polished brass protection dome.  An 11 foot Caribe RIB dingy with a Evinrude 9 HP motor. The motor needs the carbohydrater rebuilt. This is a good cruising dinghy. IT can also store on the foredeck.   The mast/spar and boom is a Kenyon black anodized spar and boom, and the sails are Tanbark. The cruising finish is in great condition along with the stitching. There are years of service left on these sails. It is aluminum and in good condition other that a bit of waxing.  There is a reaching pole with mast front storage and track. The standing rigging is 1X19 McWhiyte sailbrite which have Norseman terminals at the lowered ends that increase the life of the rigging by many years. The rigging has had regular inspections, and is in top shape. All rigging was recently replaced and can be considered cruise ready with all stainless fittings replaced.  The jib has a Profurl Roller furling system, and the stasail is a club footed system for ease of handling. There seven Barient 2 speed. self tailing winches on the boat.  All are bronze cased.  There are double stainless steel Genoa tracks mounted on the teak cap rail There are Bronze traditional Genoa cars on the stainless track.  Sails were built by Ulmer Kololuis Sails consisting of Main, Jib, Stay-sail, Storm jib and Storm tri-sail. Ulmer Kolius  There are Port and starboard Pin rails done in custom shaped stainless steel. The pin-rails hold 4 belaying pins each  and each have a dunnage box of teak as are the pins and the pin rail. These boxes are great for holding blocks, winch handles and whatever normally is left on deck. There are wood blocks to keep the traditional look, and are in good working order.  The yacht is surrounded by double course lifelines that are in top shape. There are two gates Port and Starboard.  There is a stainless steel pulpit on the bowsprit and there are double anchor roller's.  There re three teak sections that provide the walkway.. There are full required USCG lighting along with spreader and cockpit lighting.  All teak on this yacht is in top condition.  With fresh varnish and waxing. There is a spray hood and Bimini that come together as one unit. The front windows are opening as are the sides for ventilation during warm weather.  There is an 1100 lb. pull Imtra-Lofrans electric anchor windlass with horizontal mounting and able to pull two anchors that are on the boat. The windlass can be controlled from the cockpit. There are two 45 Lb. plow anchors  mounted on the bowsprit which allows for good storage and far enough out that it is unlikely that you will never hit the hull. The anchors have both chain and rode in ample amounts. We estimate 300 foot 3/8 hi-test galvanized chain. There is a combination of chain and rode on the port side anchor.  A 1995 Revere life raft with full provision comes with the boat. It actually is older but was tested in 1995 and certified. It has not been on the boat since the prior owners sailed the yacht from Miami to Honolulu. It was used in 1995 being on the Severance during the trip from Hawaii to Long Beach, but was never used and was stored in a dark area at that time and has never been re-certified due to lack of any long range cruising. This raft is a highly respected and is SOLS rated. There are survival supplies contained in the raft, it has water balast with canopy and easy boarding inflatable ladder step. the method of storing, and care should still allow re-certification.  Electric head located in aft head, with exceptional storage on the port side of the yacht. There is a large storage cabinet behind the head for provisions or what have you.  The salon is fitted with a TV and DVD player that is a perfect fit to the opening in the cabinets behind the port side dining area, and is easily viewed through out  the salon area.   The cabinets in the Salon all have etched tempered glass that lends itself well to the beauty of the interior.  It should be noted that the entire interior teak match is far above what can be done today since the price of teak and availability of teak wood is far more difficult today than it was in 1986. The galley has hot and cold water pressurized system, double stainless steel sink with teak cutting board covers that have never been cut on, a three burner propane stainless steel stove and over, custom cabinets, custom drawers, dry storage on the forward peninsular which can be converted to a freezer if desired. A Blue cold refrigeration system that is split for freezer and chill box, with top and side load access. This area is built for safety with limited space to be flying around in inclement weather. A custom spice rack is included along and und the custom built cabinets over the after counter of the galley. The surfaces are beige color marble with hansom teak fiddles and a special wine storage rack on the forward sink area. There are salt and fresh water hand pumps for water conversation mounted with the Special brass water faucet. It would be hard to equal this galley on any yacht. The propane Shipmate stove is equipped with an electric tank shut off system, along with the control for shut of is located in the open air propane box at the fore deck location creating a very safe system. There is also a propane pressure Gage and regulator, and shutoff valves that are current.  The navigation area is across from the galley to the starboard side of the yacht. The counter lifts to hold misc. items as desired. The tank tender is located in this area, along with the SSB world wide radio system that has a full grounding system with antenna coupled located in the launderette area. There is an insulated long wire backstay antenna with idolaters.  A custom beveled oval mirror adds visual enlargement to the salon area. It is located on the forward bulkhead to the port side of the dining area.  The galley also has a microwave behind the stove.  There is stemware holders also that is over the fwd. galley penensular. Fans and custom lighting are located throughout the interior of the yacht.  Green carpet has been placed over the teak and holly sole in various areas (see photos) to protect the cabin sole and can be removed is so desired. This carpeting is very practical and goes quite well with the teak interior The Yanmar 66 hp diesel engine has been fitted with a 150 amp alternator with an alternator control system and override system that is mounted in the after cabin. The standard alternator is available in the spare parts collection. The battery system consists of 8 225 amp glass mass batteries that are 6 volts, and wired in parallel  to increase the amperage while maintaining the 12vt. system. There are 2 30H series batteries that make up the isolated engine batteries, but have a switch that  that allows paralleling of the system in the unlikely event of the house batteries running down. The alternator also charges all batteries while under way, and the battery charger is from the Zantec 3000 inverter/charger system. The shore power cord is 30 amps and wired directly to the Inverter.  The engine is equipped with two  Racor 500 fuel filters. Engine has a Haylon fire control system. The hart tank tender system is mounted at the navigation station and all tanks have been measured for accurate fuel , water, and waste measurement. Coast guard required fire extinguishers and life jackets will be on yacht at the time of sale.        DESIGN SPECIFICATIONS ( Be aware this is for the newer boats, but in almost all cases still fits the earlier models)   LENGTH ON DECK:                                                           40 FT. 11 INCHES LENGTH OVERALL WITH PUSHPIT:                             52 FT. WATERLINE LENGTH:                                                      36 FT. 10 INCHES BEAM:                                                                                   13 FT 3 INCHES DRAFT:                                                                                                 6 FT 5 INCHES DISPLACEMENT:                                                               35,000 LBS. BALLAST:                                                                             12,300 LBS LEAD BRIDGE CLEARANCE:                                                       59 FT. SAIL AREA                                                                           1144 SQ. FT. ASPECT RATIO                                                                   6.18:1 SAIL AREA DISPLACEMENT RATIO:                            16.6 PRISMATIC COEIFICIENT:                                              27.2 LWL/BEAM RATIO:                                                           2.72 DISPLACEMENT TO LENGTH RATIO:                          3.45 BALLAST TO DISPLACEMENT RATIO:                         3.3 DISPLACEMENT TO LENGTH RATIO:                          354 WATER TANKAGE:                                                           180 USG. DIESEL AUXILLARY:                                                          YANMAR 4JH2-JT 66 HP TURBO DIESEL   here are complete manuals for all of the equipment on this  yacht. they are kept in waterproof notebooks and contain all spare parts along with drawings of all systems and compartments on this yacht. There is nothing left to guess work. All systems are documented with back up literature     BUILDERS DESCRIPTION The hull and deck are hand laid up in accordance with approved laminates and procedures. The standard hull and deck color is off white. In the hull a combination of woven roving and chopped strand mat are used with thickness increasing towards the keel. There is a reinforcing balsa core in the topsides which stops at six inches above the waterline. Vinyl ester resin is used for the initial layers below the waterline. The ballast keel is encapsulated entirely within the hull molding. The deck molding has a balsa or PVC foam core which is replaced with plywood in high stress areas where fittings are attached. A two part epoxy barrier coat paint is applied below the boot-top for extra anti-osmosis protection. An additional epoxy coat is applied upon arrival to the commissioning yard, along with a bonding primer that is sanded prior to application of two coats of buyers choice of bottom paint that will be compatible with the vessel's area of operation. RUDDER: The rudder is molded GRP with a stainless steel stock, the base of which locates onto the bottom rudder skeg. The heel fitting is a cast bronze item. The rudder post is machined to accept cable steering fittings as standard (hydraulic steering available as an option) and a custom emergency tiller is provided. COCKPIT: The cockpit is integral with the deck molding. There is a cockpit locker to starboard which gains access to the aft peak, and a locker under helms-mans seat The cockpit has vertical teak staving to the seat backs, with teak inlay to the seats as standard. The cockpit sole is also teak inlay. Four large cockpit drains are fitted. RIG: The standard rig for the vessel is a cutter rig built by Forespar Manufacturing in California.  club footed staysail to the dimensions as follows: 52' 0" (15.850m) J 22' 6" (6.855m) P 48' 31/2" (14.274m) E 15' 7" (5.334m) A single spreader aluminum forspar or equal mast with external halyards for Mainsail, Headsail and Staysail. Three winches and cleats are mast mounted for halyards. One masthead light, one bow light and one pair of spreader lights are installed. The aluminum boom is fitted with an internal outhaul system and two winches and cleats for outhaul and reefing. The mast and boom are painted white. Standing rigging is of 1 x 19 stainless steel wire with swage on upper end fittings and Norseman mechanical fittings attaching the turnbuckles at lower fittings. Running rigging is of low stretch double braid polyester with stainless steel shackles where appropriate..SAILS The standard sails supplied are by VMG Sail-makers and include the following: MAINSAIL 8.8oz Cruising cross cut main with three reefs and a total area of 35.23m2 HEADSAIL 8.8oz Cruising cross cut, 80% hank on Yankee - total area of 45.93m2 STAYSAIL 8.8oz Cruising cross cut hanks on Staysail - total area of 19.36m2 WINCHES AND HARDWARE Winches are by Barient and are as follows: Primaries 2 x 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winches. Staysail 2 x 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winch. Mainsheet 1 x  2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winch Halyards 2 x 2 speed Bronze Self Tailing Winches DECK: The side decks, coach roof and cockpit are all teak covered, 9/16" thick, laid down on two part flexible sealant, and screwed and plugged. Ventilation is provided by three opening stainless steel framed deck hatches, 10 bronze opening elliptical portholes, one opening custom skylight, and four stainless steel dorade ventilators. Teak grab rails are fitted on the coach roof. The drained gas bottle locker is incorporated into the the teak deck box mounted forward and has space for two bottles. The following are also supplied :-Stainless Steel Pulpit Stainless Steel Pushpin (optional boomkin with integral swim ladder)  Hatches 15" x 15" 10 bronze port holes1 custom teak framed Skylight Stainless steel guard for Skylight12 stainless Steel stanchions Teak port & starboard mast storage.  Stainless steel mast guard with pin rail6 teak halyard belaying pin steak deck box for gas stowage Optional teak instrument turtle Teak companionway sliding hatch 6 custom bronze mooring cleat/fairlead combination2 large bronze freeing ports, Bronze labeled water and fuel deck fillers, Solid teak weather boards, Hinged companionway doors, Samson post with custom bronze tips 2, custom bronze hawse pipes, Solid teak capping to top of bulwark, Custom bronze double anchor rollers, Lewmar Mainsheet track, and car with teak blocks giving a 4:1 purchase on the mainsheet. Yankee tracks are aluminum (optional, stainless steel) T-track with 4 custom bronze Genoa cars. The staysail is club footed and teak blocks and bronze cheek block leads the sheet aft to the cockpit ANCHORS AND WARPS: Two 45lb galvanized Plough anchor with chain and rope rode is supplied along with three mooring lines. INTERIOR AND JOINER WORK: The interior of the vessel will be with solid teak staving and selected teak veneers. The cabin sole is teak and holly striped, and the overheads are finished in custom white FRP panels with solid teak trims. There is an optional layer of insulation above the overheads offered. Counter tops and the chart table are finished with black Formica, the galley work surface as well as the bathroom counters are finished in white Formica as standard, options include marble and granite surfaces from our selected samples. All doors are of solid teak with ventilation louvers to the lower panel as standard. All door frames, locker doors and frames are of solid teak construction. All door furniture is brass (stainless fittings are available as an option). Teak gratings over the FRP shower pans are standard. Marble is also an option.   CHAIN LOCKER Painted white, and drains directly overboard port and starboard, via holes, and GRP clam shell covers to the boot top. Aft plywood bulkhead is painted white, and is sealed all around, but not termed as a water tight bulkhead. An access hole is cut into the bulkhead to access the chain locker from the forward head. FORWARD HEAD: White Formica counter (optional marble) surfaces, stainless steel washbasin, bronze mixer faucet to basin, A manual marine head installed in the correct manner with vented loops on both salt water inlet and discharge. Y-Valve fitted into discharge line allowing waste to be discharged directly overboard, or to integral holding tank. General finish of the head to be white FRP moldings, and panels with teak trims. Teak louvered door to locker under the washbasin, teak framed mirrored sliding doors to lockers over the washbasin. Finish to the inside of the lockers is in white Formica with teak trims. The lockers either side of the head is fitted with shelves for stowage of towels, etc. A teak toilet tissue holder is fitted to the inside of the locker door under the washbasin. A bronze opening port to starboard, fitted with a brass portlight chain to hold the port in an open position, and dorade vent provides ventilation to the compartment. The dorade vent is fitted with a screen, and the port is supplied with a screen to prevent insects entering the compartment. A separate shower stall is located to port, with molded shower pan, and fiberglass lined bulkheads. The shower pan is fitted with a teak grating and a teak slatted seat is fitted outboard, A towel rail is mounted to the aft bulkhead, and a teak rail over the entrance secures the shower curtain. A bronze shower mixer with hot and cold water is fitted. A bronze opening port, fitted with a brass portlight chain to hold the port in an open position, and dorade vent provides ventilation to the compartment. The dorade vent is fitted with a screen, and the port is supplied with a screen to prevent insects entering the compartment. Standard door furniture to lockers consists of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors. The washbasin drains into a the shower drain system. Shower sump drains into the shower drain system, mounted under the forward berth, and discharging overboard through a seacock located under the forward berth. The shower sump operates automatically and has a separate circuit breaker at the DC panel. Y-Valve and vented loops are located in the locker outboard of the head. Salt water inlet seacock for the marine head is located under the removable sole panel of the head.The compartment is fitted with one overhead dome light, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, and one twin directional spotlight fitting over the washbasin. One double outlet for AC power is fitted to locker font above the washbasin. An overhead dome light, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, is also fitted in the separate shower stall.A solid teak door with a louvered lower panel, fitted with brass hinges and mortise lock, a brass robe hook, and teak towel rail, leads aft to the forward cabin. A gooseneck hook holds the door in an open position. FORWARD CABIN: Teak staved throughout. Teak bookshelf running along port side of Pullman berth. 4 (four) drawers are fitted under the berth, and a louvered double door locker to aft, alongside drawers. The compartment is fitted with one overhead dome light, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, one twin directional spotlight fitting over the bookshelf to port, and one brass reading lamp to the aft bulkhead of the berth. One double outlet for AC power is fitted outboard of the berth over the bookshelf. The hanging locker to port, is split to form stowage shelves to the forward end, with hanging space to the aft end. Locker is lined with teak veneers and white Formica with teak trims to the shelves, and an automatic locker light is fitted. A small dressing seat is fitted under the hanging locker. A 12 gallon water heater is installed under the Pullman berth. The water heater is of the calorifier type, whereby engine coolant is circulated through a coil within the cylinder, thus heating the water when the engine is running. The unit also has an electric heating element installed which enables hot water to be produced when the vessel has ac power. One bronze opening port to starboard, and one bronze opening port to port are each fitted with a brass portlight chain to hold the port in an open position, Two stainless steel deck hatches overhead provide ventilation to the compartment. The ports and hatches are each supplied with a screen to prevent insects entering the compartment. Standard door furniture to lockers consist of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors. A solid teak door with a louvered lower panel, fitted with brass hinges and mortise lock, a brass robe hook, leads aft to the salon. A gooseneck hook holds the door in an open position. SALON: Teak Staved throughout. A U-shaped dinette is to port, and a settee to starboard. Stowage lockers with teak louvered doors are fitted forward and aft, with bookshelves between. Ample stowage is provide under the settees. A large teak veneered dining table, with solid teak removable fiddles is the focal point of the saloon. The compartment is fitted with two overhead dome lights, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, twin directional spotlights are fitted over the bookshelves to port and starboard, Two double outlets for AC power are fitted to the aft outboard cabinets. Two bronze opening ports one starboard, and one to port are each fitted with a brass portlight chain to hold the port in an open position. A large opening skylight overhead provides ventilation to the compartment. The ports and skylight are each supplied with a screen to prevent insects entering the compartment. Standard door furniture to lockers consist of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors. Moving aft the Nav station is located to starboard, and the Galley to port. Both have been located near to the vessels pitch center. NAVIGATION STATION: Teak staved throughout, the Navigation station faces outboard with a swing out seat. The large chart table is finished in black Formica with solid teak trims. The chart table top lifts to provide chart stowage under, and a two drawers, and a locker provide stowage under the table. The main electrical panel is mounted to the aft panel, and the bilge pump control panel and the tank monitoring system is mounted to the forward panel. The area is fitted with one overhead dome light, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, one twin directional spotlight fitting over the Nav station. One double outlet for AC power is fitted. A bronze opening port above the nav. station, is fitted with a brass portlight chain to hold the port in an open position, the port is supplied with a screen to prevent insects entering the compartment. Standard door furniture to lockers consist of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors. Navigation electronics, as most other aftermarket options, are added when the yacht arrives at the commissioning area. This allows the buyer to purchase the "state of the art" equipment rather than committing to equipment that would be stored during the construction process. GALLEY: Teak staved throughout, the galley is located to port and is fitted with a deep stainless double sink facing forward. A bronze mixer faucet provides hot and cold water from the pressurised main. In addition, two bronze hand pumps are fitted, one providing salt water, the other one fresh water from the vessels tanks. Teak cutting boards are supplied for the sink. White Formica counter surfaces. Ample stowage is provided by way of drawers and lockers. The large FRP iceboxes are insulated with 4" of polyurethane foam and are accessed via lift tops and an opening side door. The gimbaled stove is a Force 10 three burner with broiler, and is fitted into a stainless steel lined opening. Access to the engine can be gained through a door under the sink. The galley sink drains directly overboard, and a seacock is accessed under a removable sole panel. The area is fitted with one overhead dome light, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, twin directional spotlights are fitted to the work spaces. One double outlet for AC power is fitted to the work space. One bronze opening port is fitted with a brass port light chain to hold the port in an open position, A stainless steel deck hatch overhead and dorade vent provides ventilation to the area The dorade vent is fitted with a screen, and the port and hatch are each supplied with a screen to prevent insects entering the compartment. Standard door furniture to lockers consist of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors. AFT CABIN: A solid teak door with a louvered lower panel, fitted with brass hinges and mortise lock, leads to the after cabin. A gooseneck hook holds the cabin in an open position. Teak staved throughout. A good-size berth is fitted. A hanging locker outboard, and is lined with teak veneers and white Formica with teak trims to the shelves, and an automatic locker light is fitted. A teak book shelf is fitted outboard of the berth. A small dressing seat is fitted in front of the hanging locker. The compartment is fitted with one overhead dome light, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, one twin directional spotlight fitting mounted under the book shelf, and one brass reading lamp to the forward bulkhead over the berth. One double outlet for AC power is fitted at hanging locker. Access to the steering gear is via a double doors to the aft bulkhead. One bronze opening port is fitted with a brass port light chain to hold the port in an open position. One dorade vent provides ventilation to the compartment. The dorade vent is fitted with a screen, and the port is supplied with a screen to prevent insects entering the compartment. Standard door furniture to lockers consist of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors. AFT HEAD: (OPTIONAL) White Formica counter surfaces, stainless steel washbasin, bronze mixer faucet to basin. A manual marine head installed in the correct manner with vented loops on both salt water inlet and discharge. Y-Valve fitted into discharge line allowing waste to be discharged directly overboard, or to integral holding tank. General finish of the head and shower stall to be white FRP moldings, and panels with teak trims. Teak louvered door to locker under the washbasin, teak framed mirrored sliding doors to lockers over the washbasin. Finish to the inside of the lockers is in white Formica with teak trims. A teak toilet tissue holder is fitted to the inside of the locker door under the washbasin. A bronze opening port over the head, fitted with a brass portlight chain to hold the port in an open position, provides ventilation to the compartment. The port is supplied with a screen to prevent insects entering the compartment. Standard door furniture to lockers consist of teak finger holes and brass elbow catches with barrel bolts on double doors. The washbasin drains directly overboard and is fitted with a seacock. Y-Valve and vented loops are located in the locker outboard of the head. The compartment is fitted with one overhead dome light, with white and red 'night vision' lamps switched independently on the light fitting, and one twin directional spotlight fitting over the washbasin. One double outlet for AC power is fitted to locker font above the washbasin. PLUMBING: The vessel has installed fiberglass integral water tanks with an approximate capacity of 150 gallons (567 liters), two integral fuel tanks, coated with approved epoxy tank coating with a Total capacity of approximately 100 gallons (380 liters), and one integral holding tank with a capacity of approximately 25 gallons (94 liters).The pressurized hot and cold water system consists of one 12V DC water pressure pump with strainer and an accumulator to provide an even flow and to eliminate water hammer, and one 12 gallon calorifier, with a fitted element for hot water from AC power. All fresh water pipe work uses WHALE fittings for hot and cold water. Other standard fitted equipment as follows :-'Y' valve for Toilet discharge overboard, or to the holding tank Isolating valves on all water and fuel tanks1 submersible 12v DC electric bilge pump, with strainer and automatic float switch discharging overboard1 manual bilge Pump, with Strainer, Discharging overboard1 12V DC Electric Shower Sump Pump, with Strainer Discharging Overboard Bronze Shower and Washbasin fittings in Bathrooms Bronze Fresh and Salt water Manual pump Faucets to galley sink Copper Tubing from Gas Locker to Stove well Bronze Through Hull fittings with Bronze Seacocks on all Standard hull penetrations. ELECTRICAL: The vessel is wired for a 12 volt DC electrical system as standard. An AC power system (110V or 220V) is wired to run from a shore power connection point, and there is one AC outlet in each area; Aft cabin, galley, Saloon, Forward Cabin. Standard lighting fixtures are Brass 5 inch dome lights with twin switches for white and red 'night vision' lighting, twin spotlight lights in alcoves and under shelving, Brass reading lights are fitted above the berths, and red cabin sole courtesy lights throughout. Standard fit out as follows :-A copper strip running the entire length of the vessel for the Bonding system All tanks, sea cocks, chain-plates, etc., are all fully bonded to the Copper Strip3 Zinc Anodes Connected to the Bonding System1 50 Amp 110/220 Volt Shore Power Plug/Adaptor1 Heavy Duty Master Disconnect Switch for Batteries 2 Fiberglass Battery Boxes with Batteries and battery Cables1 Newmar Control Panel navigation Lights on Stern and Bow Rails Propane gas Solenoid Shutoff Valve. MACHINERY: The Standard scope of supply for the machinery items are as follows :-Fully Bonded FRP cleats for engine installation Yanmar 4JH2 - TE, 66 hp c/w KM4A Gearbox( to be upgraded to 4JH3-TE, 75hp)1 1/2" Diameter Stainless Steel Propeller Shaft1 Bronze 3 Bladed Propeller Insulated Engine Compartment1 Racor Fuel Filter before Fuel Manifold1 Engine cooling water seacock with strainer and 1 muffler. The bilges and lockers are painted throughout The interior woodwork is finished in a satin finish varnish, with gloss detailing The boot-top is painted in yacht paint finish.      
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Note: Owners personal items "NOT" included in this purchase. The Company  Mariners Yacht and Ship Brokers Inc., 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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Contact Craig Beckwith at Mariners Yacht and ship brokerage to find out more about this exceptional yacht. There is so much to learn regarding the care and systems this yacht has to offer, it is to your best interest to talk to me directly . Please call me at (949) 230 8573 or email me at cbeckwith@marinersyachts.com