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1993 132 (ft.) LURSSEN

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General Information

Listing# 91318

Boat Type
Model Year
132 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
Number of Engines

General Details

Just reduced by $1 Million Dollars!


LWL: 106"9"
Total Power: 750
General Description
        Designed by Ron Holland with an interior by ken Freivokh, Marlin DelRey V was built by Lurssen Shipyard. She is 40.5m (132.7 ft.) long, 9.2 meters (30.2 ft.) in beam and displaces 232 tons. Her ketch rig sets over 750 squares meters (8300 sq. ft.) of sail, which can be increased by another 600 square meters (6400 sq. ft.) downwind.         A very stable yacht, in keeping with the requirements of the owner. The stabilization criteria is to heel no more than 20 degrees when close hauled carrying full sail in Beaufort Force 6 and associated sea conditions. This is a particularly severe requirement when one considers the speed this yacht will achieve under the conditions and hence the higher apparent wind. This requirement was met, even without the use of her 5 tons ballast tanks, primarily due to greater than average beam and the use of a low resistance large volume bulb keel and Lurssen’s close attention to weight calculations.         The Ken Freivokh designed paneled interior has been conceived to discreetly retain all the benefits of the latest electronics and control systems. As on deck, the essential priority was the creation of an environment designed to be fully operational under way, reflecting the owner’s experience and committed sailing program.         The yacht has a large deck saloon, with a doorway giving access to the open cockpit area aft. These areas are served by a dumb waiter lift allowing convenient service of meals from the galley below. This modular design approach ensured that the deck saloon is particularly spacious and airy, the windows allow a panoramic view all around the yacht. An inside steering position occupies the forward end of the deck house, with convenient access directly onto the side decks.         The owner’s accommodation is in the centre of the yacht, with two double guest cabins aft. Between the two are galley, crew mess and utility room, which provides the facilities for the crew to look after the yacht and her guests in an appropriate standard. Conventionally, the crew cabins are placed forward.         The rig consists of fully battened main and mizzen, with roller furling headsails. The high performance expectations of the yacht did not allow compromises associated with internally furling sails. Sail handling deck equipment is a sensible mixture of captive and open drum winches, with genoa and saysail mizzen sheets and runners on Lewmar line management systems. This adds a measure of security since the majority of the problems associated with captive winches relate to the fluctuating loads of a flogging sail and not with the more uniform loading of a mainsheet or runner.         The yacht has a large capacity of battery power installed, and two 50 kilowatt generators providing three phase power or hydraulic power for her 50 hp retractable Richfield bow and stern thrusters. Hers main engine is an MTU 12V 183 engine of 750 HP (550kW) driving a Hundested variable pitch propeller.
Vessel Walkthrough
        The entire interior, including the crew quarters, is finished in a raised panel cherry with burled elm inserts designed by Ken Freivokh. Accommodations for the Owner's party are in three or four staterooms, with a large salon located at main deck level.         Upon entering the yacht, an elegant deck salon provides a panoramic view of the surrondings. A large sofa with two easy chairs and coffee table are located to port.         Starboard is a large burled elm dining table with U-shaped settee and three upholstered dining chairs, providing elegant seating for eight. A desk finished in the same style is just forward of this area. Forward of this area is the instrument console and main navigation station. There are watertight doors to port and starboard of the navigation console.         Walking forward, down four steps, is a passageway offset to starboard that continues forward to the crew quarters. Along the outboard side of this forward passageway is a large freezer and special built-in storage for vacuum cleaners, dry goods, inverters, technical manuals, linens and towels. The master stateroom is accessed from this passageway.         Continuing forward along the passageway, a door leads to the crew quarters, in this area there are four cabins. The captain's cabin/fourth guest cabin has a full queen size berth and the other three have upper and lower berths. Each cabin has fully tiles ensuite baths with stall showers. All toilets were new in 2012.         Moving aft from the deck salon, four steps curve down around on centerline and lead aft. Off this passageway to port is electrical control room and starboard is a large utility room with a big airing cabinet, washer/dryer and access to the engine room. Aft off this bright, wide passageway is the crew mess and communications room located to starboard. A large, well-equipped galley is on the port side. Aft are two additional guest staterooms with access to the aft deck via stairway.         The deck cockpit features a raised helm station with instruments, secondary radar and controls for the thrusters and captive winches. This area provides the helmsman with a 360-degree view of the yacht. Comfortable seating and tables are arranged, both port and starboard, aft of the helm station.
Master Stateroom
        The master stateroom is large, well laid out and luxurious. Located on the aft bulkhead is a king size bed with full walk-in dressing room located aft to port. A lounge area with sofa and coffee table is to starboard while forward to port is a sofa and desk. The long sofas quickly convert to very comfortable sailing berths with lee cloths. A lady's illuminated vanity is located on the forward bulkhead. His and her tiled bathrooms are forward.
Guest Stateroom
        There are two lovely guest staterooms each with side-by-side single berths, desk and large fully tiled ensuite bathroom. A separate deck access is located just aft of the guest staterooms.
Gimbaled gas oven with 4 burners and grill Gimbaled microwave oven Large deep freezer Icemaker Mielle roller iron Food processor Toaster Kettle Coffee Maker Air Conditioner Dumb waiter Double stainless steel sink
Laundry Room
Miele clothes washer/dryer
Electronics and Navigation and Electronics
        The sailing helm station features a full set of sailing instruments, a multi-function display unit, engine and propeller pitch indicators, engine exhaust temperature gauges, magnetic and gyro compasses, throttle, master switchboard panel, Panasonic intercom telephone,automatic fog signal, VHF radio, a very comfortable seat for the helmsman and a superb view of the forward and aft decks. 25 KW Black Box Furuno radar 10 KW Furuno color radar Simrad AP 50 autopilot FLEET 55 SATCOM SAILOR SSB Radio Several GPS's 3 Fixed Raymarin VHF's 2 Portable VHF's Compro 486 computer & printer Sat TV Depth sounder (2) Furuno Nav Net Brookes & Gatehouse Hercules 690 system complete with multifunction display units (3) 360 degree wind direction indicator Anshutz gyrocompass (2) magnetic compasses Rudder indicator Anemometer Inclinometer Barometer
Deck Equipment
(2) CQR 500 lb anchors with 395'/120m chain Life jackets Life Ring Apex 15' RIB with 25 hp Yamaha (new 2012) Zodia 16' RIB with 80 hp Yamaha (new 2012)
Hull welded marine grade aluminium hull, deck and superstructure Teak aft decks and helm station Awlgrip polyurethane system, with blue hull and white superstructure, newly painted 2012.
Engine/ Mechanical Equipment
MTU V12, 183T62, 750 hp marine diesel with Hundested VP9 variable pitch 4 blade propeller with pneumatic and mechanical shaft seals Richfield retractable 50 hp bow and stern thrusters (3) Cruisare water chilled air conditioning units (3) New Cruisare air conditioning units for aft cabins Negative pressure engine room with 380V AC and 24V DC extractor fans Pneumatic seals on engine room door Water: 3,500 gallons in three tanks Black Water:660 gallons (2,500 liters) in painted aluminium tank Grey Water:660 gallons (2500 liters) in painted aluminium tank Many new pumps and motors Water maker: 100 gallons/hr Transfer pump with seapath filters
Electrical System
24V DC system and 220V AC single phase system, 50/60 cycle and 3-phase 380V AC 50 cycle from (2) Northern lights 50 kw 1,500 rpm generators (2) New 30 KW generators with Yanmar engines in aft compartment 3-phase split into two nets supplied through two shore power connections 3 single phase automatic chargers and (3) 3-phase 200 amp 24 volt charges (2) Isolation transformers which can accept 220/380/420 volt 50 or 60 cycle 380V AC/24V DC bilge and fire fighting pumps 4500 amp hours in (3) 24V gelcell battery banks for on board service (3) 24V DC 125amp alternators on main engine 5 Inverters Constavolt Emergency switchboard to handle failure automatic systems 24V DC earth monitoring system Rectifier Polarity meter
Sails and Rigging
Andy Steiner designed masts amd booms built by Powell in tapered aluminium sections designed to provide excellent performance under sail unlike a motor sailor Stainless steel Navtec rod standing rigging, 2004 Spectra running rigging The Genoa and staysail are handled with the Lewmar 1400 winches Sparcraft hydraulic furling headstays, operated by an independent Lewmar commander system Genoa and staysail on single halyards with hydraulic ram Main and Mizzen are fully battened sails with lazy jacks, hoisted on Lewmar 1100 winches Winches: A total of (6) Lewmar LMS 1000 captive winches (4) Seaway captive winches are run by (4) Lewmar commander systems Deck Winches Include: (4) Lewmar#1400 3-speed hydraulic s/s winches (3) Lewmar #700 manual s/s winches with backwind feature (1) Lewmar #650 manual s/s winch (3) Lewmar #1100 hydraulic s/s winches (2) Lewmar hydraulic capstan windlasses (2) Lewmar #850 hydraulic s/s winches warping drums Lewmar 1000 line management system and seaway captive winches Seaway worm gear hydraulic traveler for both main and mizzen All Sails by Hood: (1) Main (Fully battened)- Ultra Spectra: Very good (1) Jib (Furling)- JibUltra-Spectra: Very good (1) Genoa 112% (Furlling)-Ultra Spectra: Very good (1) Staysail-ultra-spectra: Very good (1) Mizzen (fully battened)-ultra spectra: Very good All fixed fittings installed for Spinnaker
Safety and Fire Protection
8 Person life raft inspected October 2011 EPIRB Helicopter rescue straps Bilge pumps-manual, automatic and engine driven Fire axe Fire extinguishers Fireman's outfit Man overboard poles Engine room air extractors Gas and bilge alarms Pyrotechnics, survival suits, signaling torches HP water supply CO2 engine fire extinguishing system Halon fire system for electrical control room
Canvas: (2) Hood awnings (2) Hood companionway dodgers Antigua Sails Covers for deck-lounge teak tables, helmsman's seat, rib and outboard motor Bimini top
(8) Saniflo electric flush toilets Retractable dinghy storage platform which also provides passarelle and swim platform Gioit hatches
        A great deal of upgrading has been performed on MARLIN DELREY V in the last few years beginning in 2007. Basically, all systems have been gone through and brought up to excellent condition including virtually all pumps, winches, motors, etc.  A brief list of some of the new items follows: Late 2006: Mast removed, stripped and inspected. New engine shaft installed. Early 2007: New rudder bushing Late 2007 to Present: 2 new Furuno plotters 2 new 30 kW Generators 3 GPS's New 380 watt inverter system with spare inverters New topside paint New 80hp + 25hp dinghy motors New Furuno AIS 25 kW radar New KVH 32" antenna New running rigging All Sails reconditioned   October 2011: New botom system   January/February 2012: New Paint Job; Hull and Superstruture         Without question, one of the finest sailing yachts of her size. The original owner, a lifelong yachtsman who owned a series of highly regarded world-class sailing yachts, instructed naval architects Tony Castro and Ron Holland to design a ketch rigged sailing yacht to provide exceptional stability together with the comfort and spaciousness of a large motor yacht but with excellent performance under sail. This was successfully accomplished with Marlin Delrey V offering exhilarating performance on all points of sail. The yachts present owner ( her second ) has upgraded Marlin Delrey V in numerous ways, having pretty much gone through all her systems.         Lurssens attention to detail in the construction is evident in all areas of the yacht, from a well thought out layout,implemented by interior designer, Ken Freivokh, and superbly executed engine room to the overall detailed finish of the yacht.         Marlin Delrey V truly offers a rare opportunity to acquire one of the world’s finest sailing yachts well below replacement cost and without the extended three-year delay of constructing a new yacht of this high quality. Marlin Delrey V is seriously for sale as the reduced price of $4,500,000 indicates.
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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