Built by the Dekleer Brothers in Canada, these blue water yacht are renowned for their comfort at sea and ability to cross oceans effortlessly. This one sailed from Alaska through the Pacific. Powered by an immaculately maintained Isuzu C190 48hp which has been run for only 2800 hours and looks like it was installed last week.
There was a lot of new gear fitted in 2017/18 prior to a cruise with the current owners. These include a new ENO stove, Horizon VHF with AIS and an ICOM M710 SSB with remote head and tuner. She also had a B&G Zeus 2 7" touch screen plotter with full Navionics and CMAP charts of Australia and the South Pacific. A CPT auto pilot was fitted in 2017 as well. All standing rigging new 2017 with forestay and backstay being upsized in 2019.
The timberwork down below is an absolute treat and if your cruising plans include Tasmania, you will appreciated the small diesel heater in the saloon.
This yacht was originally 110v but the new owners have removed all the 110v wiring and she runs perfectly on 12v. The power available at the end of the day with fridges running etc is 80%. The 2020 high output Balmar alternator pumps plenty of extra power into the batteries.
This is an exceptionally attractive yacht that will suit a cruising couple wanting to see the World or just cruise the East Coast. Very attractive pricing at $118,000.00 will ensure she doesn't stay on the market for long.
|Builder:||Dekleer Brothers (Canada)|
|Length:||41′ 0″ (12.50m)|
|Beam:||3.73m / 12'2"|
|Draft:||2.01 / 6'6"|
|Displacement:||Displacement = 10,423kg|
|Keel/Ballast:||¾ length Fin Keel (internally poured encapsulated lead keel with multiple layers of fibreglass between layers of lead) - no keel boltsBallast = 3401kg|
|Deck Material:||Solid Fibreglass around critical areas with core in others|
|Engine:||1988 Isuzu C190 48HP #709016, Inline 4 cylinder|
|Engine Hours:||2800 @ listing|
|Fuel Consumption:||5.5 knots at 1500rpm 3-4L/hr fuel consumption|
|Propulsion:||Campbell Sailer 16 inch three blade fixed bronze propeller (new 14/9/17). Cutlass bearing (new 14/9/17)|
|Fuel Capacity:||227L + 94L = 321L total, 2 aluminium tanks|
|WaterCapacity:||Main tank( 227L) + 2 Port tanks (177L) + 2 Starboard tanks (226L)= 630L total 605L (5 separate tanks all connected for easy filling with valves to isolate each tank)|
|Galley:||2 burner Eno stove and oven (new 2018) Fresh water delivered via 12v Jabsco pump to galley sink, bathroom sink and shower. Filtered drinking water to separate galley sink faucet via a second 12v Jabsco pump and B. E. S. T filter. Manual foot pump for seawater also at galley sink.|
|Refrigeration:||Seafrost Bin freezer/ fridge|
|Accommodation:||Internals beautifully finished by the first owner/builder. Light, airy and well insulated. Saloon has an L shaped portside settee with lee cloth and a second settee on the starboard side. Central large foldout leaf table to comfortably seat 6. Ample storage under and behind all settees with additional port side cupboards. 6ft2 walkthrough headroom. Plenty of airflow with 2 large hatches - one in the V berth and one over the saloon. In addition, there are 2 smaller hatches for the hallway and head.|
|Cabins:||FWD - V berth double cabin with large hatch for excellent ventilation. Hallway has a very large|
hanging closet and shelving for storage.
MID SHIPS - Single berth port side settee with lee-cloth
AFT - Double berth starboard side.
|Shower:||Hot and cold water to shower and sinks|
|Toilet:||Airhead composting toilet|
|Entertainment:||Pioneer Sound System (CD/Bluetooth player) w 2x speakers in saloon & 2x waterproof speakers in cockpit (new 1/5/16)|
|Air Conditioning:||Dickinson diesel heater|
|Covers:||Sunbrella canvas for dodger & Bimini. Mainsail boom cover.|
|Ground Tackle:||Primary Anchor is a Rocna 33kg (new 2019) with 60m of galvanised chain spliced to 45m of ¾ inch nylon rode. 2 Large spare Danforth anchors both with chain and 5/8inch nylon rode. |
Maxwell H700 12v single direction windlass with foot switch on deck (rebuilt 2019) and new solenoid 2020
|Safety Gear:||EPIRB - (expiry Jan 2029) signalling device, Lifejackets - 2 x crew-saver crew-fit 165 sport manual inflation life jackets with pfd light and jackline tethers (new 2019) V-sheet, Flares - 2 Red Hand, 2 Orange Smoke (expire march 2022) Fire Fighting Equipment 2 x 2.5L mounted ABE Fire extinguishers (New 2019)1 x fire blanket in galley. |
1 x Life sling and rescue system (attached to stern rail), Tether points.
2 x Rule Bilge pumps (500GPH ignition protected w float switch) (lowest one new 15/11/17). Bilge alarm (new 15/11/17). Manual Amazon Bilge Pump with hosing and custom mount for companion way.
|Electrics:||12V, cycle batteries new 2016. Coupled in series then combined in parallel) and large 86MF Powerglide, starter battery (new 2019) Balmar Smartgauge battery monitor (new 2/4/16) ME-SBC - Magnum Smart Battery Combiner (new 1/4/16) Charger - Pronautic 12.40P (new 2017) currently disconnected as no shore power wiring in use. Circuit Breakers - thorough electrical diagram available which shows all wiring/fuses and circuit breakers. Switchboard - labelled with thorough electrical diagram available. |
-2x 70 Watt hard solar panels on Bimini regulated by 2 separate Victron Blue Solar charge controller MPPT 75/15 solar (new 11/9/17)
-1x 315 Watt hard solar panels on Bimini regulated by Victron Blue Solar charge controller MPPT 100/30 (new 11/9/17)
|Electronics/Navigation:||B&G ZEUS 2 - 7 inch touch screen chart plotter with full Navionics and CMAPs charts of Australia and the South Pacific (new 2017), CPT Autopilot (new 2017), Raymarine i50 speed and depth (new 2016), Raymarine i60 speed and depth (new 2016), B&G RADAR - broadband 3G, 24nm with radar dome on stern pole (new 15/1/17) integrated via NMEA 2000 cable to B&G plotter. |
Standard horizon VHF with AIS receiving (new 5/2/17) with RG-213 wiring & mast top antennae (new 1/9/17) Icom M710 SSB radio with remote head with A130 remote tuner HF (new 2/2/17)
- Olympic 135 Cockpit Compass w backlight (mounted on steering pedestal)
- WEMPS Clock & Barometer in Saloon
- inclinometer (mounted at front of cockpit)
- Hart System tank tender (reads via air pressure status of main water & both diesel tanks)
|Sail Inventory:||Fully battened (5 battens) main sail with 3 reefing points (slab reefing) 115% furling Genoa Ballard Sails (new 3/2/17) 140% furling Genoa. Try sail with separate track on mast.|
|Mast/Rigging:||Isomat aluminium anodised & tapered mast (deck stepped) with compression post, Single Spreaders, Standing rigging all new 2017. Fore and aft stays upsized 2019.(last rig inspection and tuning by Greg Airlie Beach Rigging) Pro-furl P40 furling gear. |
1 x extendable fore spar line-controlled whisker pole mounted on mast with track.
|Deck Gear:||Cockpit Winches:|
- 2x Arco 55 - 2 speed self-tailing primary winches
- 1x Barient 19 - 2 speed self-tailing winch
- 1x Harken 20 - 1 speed self-tailing winch
- 2x Barient 19 - 2 speed self-tailing winch
- 1x Outhaul Winch
Maxwell H700 12v single direction windlass with foot switch on deck (rebuilt 2019) and new solenoid 2020.4:1 Pulley hoist on stern pole to raise/lower an outboard to mounting bracket.
New cockpit table built 2020. Cockpit cushions (new 2017).