1974 78 (ft.) PALMER JOHNSON Custom S&S

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General Information

Listing# 81836

Price
$350,000.00
Location
Oxnard, CA, United States
Manufacturer
PALMER JOHNSON
Boat Type
Sailboat
Model Year
1974
Category
Racers and Cruisers
Designer
Sparkman & Stephens
Model
Custom S&S
Status
Used
Length
78 (ft.)
Beam
17.42
LOA
78
Hull Material
Aluminum
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
1997 - 5.9L
Number of Engines
1
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Hours
1850

General Details

KIALOA III is truly part of ocean racing history, designed by Sparkman & Stephens and built at Palmer Johnson in 1974. She has circled the globe twice and has won some of the most prestigious ocean races, including the World Ocean Racing Trophy in 1979, with an impressive record of wins. First to finish the 1975 Trans Atlantic Race to Cowes, the Sydney Hobart (setting a course record!), and the Trans Pac in 1977, are just a few of her impressive race records. Converted to a sloop in 1978, KIALOA III is now set up for cruising in comfort, yet remains a fast passage maker. She is strong, capable and ready to go.

Specifications

Dimensions
Displacement: 91,690
Engines
Total Power: 270 Cruising Speed: 10k@1600rpm Max Speed: 12k@2500rpm
Tanks
Fuel: 205 Fresh Water: 475
Main Salon
New Sea Frost 24V DC refrigeration system Complete new interior upholstery with new foam ('10) (2) Convertible berths portside and (2) starboard side 14" Multi-system TV Multi-system VHS Kenwood stereo, 10-disc CD player with ship wide distribution
Galley
CruiseAir system 32 cu. ft. refrigerator CruiseAir system 32 cu. ft. freezer Propane/butane 3-burner stove/oven/broiler Gas capacity 4x20 gas bottles, approx. 60days Additional drink box that is approx. 5 cu. ft. with can dispenser Hot and cold pressure water Stainless steel extra deep sinks Circulation and exhaust fans HEM 50gph water maker 475 gallons water capacity, comprising of (2) tanks, 238 gallons amidships
Aft Master Stateroom
(2) Large single berths Hanging lockers Stowage bins Drawer space Ensuite head and shower
Port Guest Stateroom
Upper/lower single berths Hanging lockers Stowage bins Drawer space Ensuite head and shower
Crew Quarters
(4) Berths Table/seating area Head and shower
Navigation and Electronics
Oversized autopilot - hydraulics done by AccuSteer in Bellingham, WA ('10) Furuno chart plotter 690 B&G Hercules 790 racing instrument system interfaced with radar and GPS Furuno radar Nera Mini M/world phone digital voice facsimile, email Trimble Galaxy Inmarsat-C/GPS/Telex/Fax (software version 1997 update) Skanti HF/SSB radio system 150w interfaced with weatherfax King HF/SSB Simplex 100w ICOM IC-M56 VHF Standard VHF (cockpit) (2) Standard handheld VHF ICOM IC-M5 handheld VHF Furuno DFAX weatherfax Sharp UX178 facsimile machine Max Sea Chart system
Engine Room and Mechanical Equipment
Twin disc 507-A gear box, rebuilt in 1997 Maxiprop 32" 2-blade Maxiprop 32" 3-blade, currently used Keel fuel tank 92 gallons (4) Aft forward fuel tanks 85 gallons (4) Rubber fuel tanks carried on deck on long deliveries
Electrical Equipment
Boat was completely rewired in 1991; main electrical panel in salon by nav station, with 5 sub-panels, aft cabin/amidships/forward 3000 watt 24/110 Inverter/charger Fisher Panda 8KW generator (new ’10) Mastervolt 100 amp 3-stage battery charger House battery capacity 1200 amp hours (2) 120 amp Alternators off the main engine Kuuma 20 gallon water heater (new ’10)
Deck and Hull
CQR 75lb. primary anchor Danforth 75lb. secondary anchor 295' 12mm Chain Rondal hydraulic windlass Large awning covering entire deck behind mast Stern pasarelle Amidships boarding/swim ladder Cockpit table seats four
Safety Equipment
(2) Switlick 6-man ocean rafts (2005) EPIRB 406mhz (1) Pair of binoculars (12) Safety harnesses (12) Category 1 life jackets Arc strobe light (on stern) Flare pistol, 12 gauge Medical kit (7) Fire extinguishers
Sails and Rigging
Boom has been serviced, sandblasted, repainted with LP paint and has racks for ease of reefing & furling. Roller furling 120% Spectra headsail (1998 Doyle) Roller furling 135% Spectra headsail (1994 Lidgard) Barient winches; (4) primaries, (9) mast winches Cockpit area; (2) runner winches, (2) traveler winches, (1) mainsheet winch Spectra 16mm mainsheet Spectra staysail (1998 Doyle) Dacron fore staysail storm sail Racer cruise full battened Vectran mainsail (1996 Doyle) 1.5oz MPS (1996 Doyle) 1.5oz Tri-radial Spinnaker pole Harken genoa tracks Blackmagic air blocks, masthead blocks (2) 10mm Spectra masthead spinnaker Halyards 19mm Spectra Genoa mainsheets 12mm Spectra spinnaker sheets 14mm Spectra light Genoa sheets 14mm Spectra runner tails Twin block mainsheet system Jockey pole Navtec hydraulic backstay, vang, mainsail outhaul Inner forestay babystay Rodal hydraulic roller furling headstay (twin groove) Hood alloy spar HW 1489 section Reef safety outhaul Navtec rod rigging
Additional Equipment
Large backgammon table seats two people for dinner Spares: Electrical, toilet, plumbing, engine, generator, refrigerator, rigging, and hydraulics.
Remarks
KIALOA III is truly part of ocean racing history, designed by Sparkman & Stephens and built at Palmer Johnson in 1974. She has circled the globe twice and has won some of the most prestigious ocean races, including the World Ocean Racing Trophy in 1979, with an impressive record of wins. First to finish the 1975 Trans Atlantic Race to Cowes, the Sydney Hobart (setting a course record!), and the Trans Pac in 1977, are just a few of her impressive race records. Converted to a sloop in 1978, KIALOA III is now set up for cruising in comfort, yet remains a fast passage maker. She is strong, capable and ready to go. Located in Newport Beach, California.
Exclusions
The US Sailing Official Sail Number "USA1" is non-transferable. Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed.
Disclaimer
Specifications and details of this vessel are provided in good faith for informational purposes only. Data regarding the specifications, operating characteristics and condition of the vessel was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, capacities, consumptions and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agrees to instruct his agent or surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawal from market without notice.
customContactInformation
For complete details, contact Central Agent Jim Elliott, at (949) 642-5735 or E-mail: elliott@ardell.com .