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1995 70 (ft.) MCMULLEN & WING

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General Information

Listing# 26602

Seattle, WA, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
Alan Warwick
70 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
Sabre Turbo
Number of Engines

General Details

This Alan Warwick aluminum design set the standard for fast world passagemaking. Truly one of a kind!


Displacement: 100,000
Total Power: 225
Fuel: 800 Fresh Water: 500
Introductory Comments
Historically speaking, every ten years or so, someone designs and builds a truly one of a kind proper offshore vessel that establishes a new industry standard. MAYA happens to be one of these creations, and from the standpoint of safety, speed, short-handed capabilities, and state-of-the-art electronics, nothing compares, and best of all, she is a truly beautiful design. Fortunately, her present (2nd owner) has taken MAYA many steps further towards perfection and added a Leisure Furl boom system, new sails (2010) compete exterior re-paint (2004), and a very long list of safety gear. In short, MAYA has been very properly refit and is now ready again to face the oceans of the world. All systems have been upgraded and serviced throughout.
Sleeps 8 owners and guests in 4 staterooms. There are 4 owner and guest staterooms including 2 guest heads. All sea berths have lee cloths as well as seat belts installed. Nav station and pilothouse seats are also equipped with seat belts.
Master Stateroom, Aft
The Master Stateroom is full width aft with centerline Queen berth and ample storage underneath. There is large hanging locker space and numerous drawers. A sofa is located to starboard. En suite head with shower stall and watertight entrance to pump room is outboard and to port of the engine room.
Guest Staterooms
The three Guest Cabins can be utilized for children, guests or crew. The port Guest Stateroom has a pullout double berth. The two forward cabins have single upper/lower berths, drawer storage, as well as fold down desks. These three cabins share a head to starboard with shower stall and numerous storage lockers.
In 2010 all seating in the main salon was redone in leather. The Main Salon is located amidships with 2008 flat screen TV and VCR along with an Arcam Premium stereo system. A navigation station starboard with two comfortable leather chairs, ample books, and chart storage. The interior wood is satin varnished New Zealand Tawa, which is light colored and a very hard wood. Wheelhouse headliner is another New Zealand wood, Remu. The sole is solid teak and holly. No veneers on the floor.
Three custom made stainless steel 20 lb. propane bottles; Propane leak detector. Clothes washer & dryer Deep freezer - serviced 2009 Refrigerator - serviced 2009 Commercial microwave oven 220V Drink refrigerator Propane stove with exhaust fan Stainless steel double sinks Watermaker - 1200 gpd - serviced 2009
Deck Equipment
(2) 140 lb. CQR anchors Novurania RIB MX320 dinghy with Honda 25 hp 4-stroke and new Mercury 3.3 motor (2) Simpson Lawrence windlasses (starboard new motor 2004) Dock lines & fenders (new 2010) All anchors and chain regalvanized March 2003 (4) Removable deck chairs with flush mounted sockets 125 lb. Fortress anchor Windslow Super Ocean 8-man with complete survival supplies Dinghy davits 2003 Life jackets (2) 450 ft. 13 mm 111 - test chains Large lazarette locker with 220V dive compressor and vast storage shelves
Engine Room
Cruise-Air air conditioner with reverse cycle heating Hundested variable pitch propeller system Jabsco emergency bilge pump with manifold to pump out any watertight compartment Dual Espar diesel fired furnaces (new 2008) for hot water radiator system Electric fuel transfer system for all 4 fuel tanks Automatic fire control system in engine room Watermaker Inc. 1200 gal/day watermaker with spares Dry exhaust system with water separation system Spare parts
Two redundant systems, 240 volt refrigeration custom made using 404a refrigerant. System can run on 240 volt inverter or shore power.
Electronics & Navigational Equipment
B&G sailing instruments with new processor, software and transducers (2003). B&G extra display added in pilothouse. Sailmail software and Pactor III interfaced to the PC and SSB (1) Hand-held Iridium sat phone New antennas for the following: (2) VHF's, Inmarsat, Iridium, and emergency SSB Trane & Trane Inmarsat-C with email, EGC & distress (2) Robertson autopilots (1 new 2003) Furuno 24-mile radar Horizon SSB with new tuner (2004) - in nav station Leica MX 400 GPS, plus two extra remote GPS's Northstar GPS (1) Dell laptop computer with Nobletec nav system (Windows 2000) + new desk top marine computer (March 2004) Furuno weatherfax and PC weatherfax (2002) ICOM SSB radio with dual head - in wheelhouse (2) ICOM VHF radios (2003) New giant screen plasma TV/monitor in master stateroom with DVD, VHS, radar/Nobletec displays (2) New compasses in pilothouse
Electrical System
The electrical outlets are all 120 or 240 volts; house batteries are made up of (new 2006); AGM sealed 8D batteries. All switches on DC panels are double poles and each panel has ground fault indicators. Electrical system designed and installed by Electric Projects Inc. of Auckland, New Zealand. 24V DC electrical system 3500 watt 240-volt inverter 1500 watt 120-volt inverter Engine battery alternator (has "smart" regulator) (2) 100-amp MASS 24-volt battery chargers House Batteries - new January 2006, AGM sealed 8D batteries Northern Lights 20 kW generator with spares (6,712 hrs) 120-amp 24V alternator for house batteries (has "smart" regulator) Isolator transformer enables shore power 120, 240 or 400 volt plug in New 110V outlets throughout the boat
Sails & Rigging
Fully battened main, 120% Yankee, staysail/storm jib new 2010 built by Halsey-Lidgard - New Zealand Navtec rod rigging - inspected 2007 All winches are Lewmar - serviced 2007 Primary winches are electric New Lexan on all deck hatches (2003) Hydraulic boom vang - serviced March 2004 Hydraulic backstay Extra electric winch added (2002) for boom furling Mast & boom removed, disassembled, painted, inspected and fully serviced in BC Canada 2007 Orange storm jib March 2003 Tri-sail built by Sobstad of New Zealand All running rigging is "Spectra" rope Reckman roller furling on both headsails Mast designed by Chris Mitchell of New Zealand and built by Matrix Main electric halyard Leisure Furl electric boom furling added 2002 & upgraded in 2003 All running rigging, including 2 - 300' stern lines replaced in 2003 and 2004
Safety Equipment
As one would expect, the offshore safety gear board MAYA is very impressive. These items are as follows: Windslow Super Ocean 8-man life raft with extensive survival gear Commercial parachute anchor system with 300' of 2" rode, bridle, swivel, and recovery system Custom wooden braces for all lockers and freezer/refrigerator lids to secure them in case of a knockdown Full Lee cloths and seat belts throughout the vessel New quick deployment nylon emergency boarding ladder (2) John Buoys with automatic CO2 deployment devices Several Sospender life jackets, tethers and harnesses A set of 6 personal EPIRB units for attaching to harnesses with direction finder/search receivers (EPIRB's have a direction finder receiver aboard for location of individual EPIRB's)
Spare Parts
The spare parts supply has been expanded significantly. New additions include spare alternators, a spare watermaker pump and motor, watermaker test kit, chemicals, and filters, spare B&G processor, depth transducer, speed impeller and cable, spare autopilot processor, multiple spares for virtually every engine and house pump on the boat, as well as rebuild kits, new pre-rigged spare jib and stay and mainsail furling lines, spare main halyard, electrical spares of every kind, such as A/C controller relay boards, breakers, fuses, bulbs, light fixtures, sockets, video splitters, switches, outlets, voltage regulators, Hella fans, etc. There are ample multiple spares for every maintenance item, such as water filters, oil filters, injectors, fuel filters, impellers, and all fluids. There is a full set of tools which will stay with the boat, including sockets, wrenches, special boat tools, power drills, a disk grinder (if needed, to cut the rod rigging), (2) 15-pound, 30' crescent wrenches, hot knife, portable sump pumps, electrical test equipment and wiring accessories, tap & dies, plumbing equipment and spares, air conditioning and refrigerator gauges and coolant recharge tanks, cabinetry hardware, full sets of fasteners/screws/bolts, many spare stainless shackles, fittings, blocks, sail and line repair/rigging tools, zincs, etc.
Recent Overview
Throughout 2007 the owner of MAYA, has undertaken an extensive mechanical and electrical refit including removal and repainting of spars and servicing all standing rigging. The vessel has had a total servicing of the main engine, generator, and all related engine room equipment, all sails and related rigging equipment. The entire electronics package has been serviced and replaced where needed.  In short, all systems are totally up to date including new bottom paint in November 2009 and new sail inventory in 2010.
MAYA was built to sail anywhere in the world with safety and ease of handling the prime concern. A unique feature is the custom three watertight doors. In addition to this, she has five watertight bulkheads. MAYA was built to Det Norske Veritas class. Plan approval and hull survey, including X-rays, during construction MAYA was built with heavier scantlings than required by DNV approval. She has 8mm plate on topsides, then 10mm on bottom, 12mm around the keel and 50mm on keel bottom. The frames were closed up to 600mm and the stringers were doubled from just aft of the beam forward. A very strong, solid vessel. The wheelhouse was designed with safety as a prime concern also. The side and forward glass windows are a double layer of 8mm armor plate glass laminated together. In the unlikely event that they should break, the wheelhouse is watertight from the rest of the boat. It has its own hatch, companionway and drain system. There are storm covers for these windows. The systems have been designed for short-handed sailing. The first owner and his wife sailed the boat from New Zealand to Kodiak, Alaska and returned to Seattle with just them and their two small children (this was before the Leisure Furl Boom was installed). THE DESIGNERS: Naval Architect Alan Warwick, one of New Zealand's most prolific designers, is responsible for MAYA's good looks and sailing characteristics. Electric Projects Inc. of Auckland was responsible for the electrical design and installation. Chris Mitchell of Applied Engineering was responsible for the rig design. He designed a custom die for the mast as he felt no mast extrusion in New Zealand was stiff enough for MAYA. He also designs for America's Cup boats and other builders around the world. THE BUILDER: McMullen & Wing is New Zealand's oldest boat builder of aluminum boats. They also work with all other materials. They built BLACK MAGIC that won the America's Cup and also Peter Blake's ENZA. There are a refit and building yard with a worldwide reputation for first class quality and engineering. Boats all over the world go to McMullen & Wing for refits. MAYA is US flagged and duty paid.
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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