Basic Boat Info
Engines / Speed
- Make: Yanmar
- Model: 4JH4-HTE
- Drive Type: Direct
- Fuel: Diesel
- Engine Power: 110hp
- Type: Inboard
- Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze, Folding
- Year: 2011
- Engine Hours: 490
- Engine Location: Center
Starting aft you have a transom door that drops down for tender storage and gear locker. This door is also used as a swim platform and boarding step.
Twin helm stations have complete sailing controls and steering stations. Moving forward you have a very large port and starboard seating area with twin dining tables. This large, comfortable and secure cockpit easily seats 16 guests. You enter the below decks from the cockpit.
The salon is light, modern, and airy. You have ample seating to port and starboard with a dining table and lower cocktail table. The full gourmet galley is forward and to port.
The guest stateroom is to starboard with direct and private access to the starboard head and shower. Further forward you come to the port stateroom with a sofa that converts into two single bunks.
Lastly, you come to the master stateroom with a private head and shower.
The salon is very light and airy with a large windows port and starboard and four overhead hatches with retractable shades and screens. Heating and air conditioning throughout the salon.
To starboard, there is a large sofa style seating, ottoman, navigation table and chair, flat-screen TV, entertainment center, VHF, instrumentation, electrical panel, and drawers.
To port, there is a teak dining table for six to eight persons with sofa-style seating.
- Corian countertops and double sink
- Teak bar top
- Separate stainless steel refrigerator and freezer
- 3-burner cooktop with oven microwave
- (4) drawers, (5) cabinets plus leather storage units
- Oversized double bed with (4) lower storage drawers
- Dual reading lights
- Hanging closet, (8) cabinets, and (3) drawers
- Head with electric flush toilet and large shower
- Medicine cabinet, drawer, and (3) cabinets
- Heating and air conditioning
GUEST STATEROOM STARBOARD.
- Oversized double bed with reading light
- Hanging closet, (2) lower storage drawer, and (3) cabinets
- Heating and air conditioning
- Head features an electric flush toilet and enclosed shower.
- Hanging locker for fowlers
- Deep storage cabinet behind the mirror
- Below sink cabinet.
GUEST STATEROOM / LIBRARY PORT.
- Sofa seating converts to two bunks
- (8) cabinets
- Furuno TZT14 chart plotters
- Furuno DRS4D radar
- Furuno GPS GP-330B
- B&G H3000 autopilot, sailing instruments, remote displays
- Sirius weather receiver
- ICOM VHF radio with remote
- AIS transceiver
- Fusion 700 Series Stereo with salon speakers, subwoofer and cockpit speakers
- KVH Satellite TracPhone V3 for phone and internet
- Wi-Fi via cellular
- Sony 32" flatscreen
- Apple TV
- Sony Blu-ray DVD
- Harken MKIV Hydraulic headsail furler
- Lewmar 250VRTT 15kW hydraulic bow thruster
- Maxwell hydraulic windlass RC12-12-LP 1590kg pull
- 48kg Lewmar CQR primary anchor, 65m- ½" chain, 90m- ¾" rode
- Fortress XF 85 anchor, 105m ¾" rode
- Harken winches: (2) 74’s, 3-speed; (2): 964’s, 3-speed
- Navtec Boom Vang A850
- Dual compasses
- Carbon Fiber wheels
- Yanmar # 4JH4-HTE Turbo diesel auxiliary; 477 engine hours
- Kubota D722-E3, Donkey Engine; 65 engine hours
- Gori 3-blade 23" folding prop
- Western Integrated Technologies Hydraulic Power Pack (2) 6kW
- Sea Recovery Watermaker Ultra Whisper 400 64lph
- Torrid 120v marine water heater with dual engine waste heat coils
- (3) Webasto HVAC Units: (1) 4.6kW; (2) 2.6kW
- 24-volt primary system with 12-volt secondary
- Mastervolt 4KWH Combi Charger/Inverter
- Mastervolt display
- (4) Mastervolt 5KWH Lithium Ion 24-volt house batteries
- 50amp shore power.
The ballast system controls seawater flows from the ocean to and from the port and starboard ballast tanks, and between the port and starboard tanks. Each tank holds 10,550 pounds of sea water. A goal of the system is to provide simplified operator selection of the eight possible flow options: flow to and from the ocean from either ballast tank (4 possibilities) and flow between either tank either by gravity or by pumping (4 possibilities). Operating controls are located at each helm and on the ballast control box in the engine room.
Three pumps and eight valves are used. Both the main and donkey engines have power – take-off pumps. A third pump powered by the yacht’s primary hydraulic system is also provided.
The ballast control box receives commands from the operator selection switches and translates the commands into appropriate valve and pump actuations. Individual toggle switches are also provided on the cover of the ballast control box in the engine room to allow independent manual operation of any valve or pump.
Note that the helm commands to transfer water between ballast tanks via gravity do not require use of a pump. Such transfer is achieved simply by directly opening the two (fore and aft) gravity transfer valves via their two Valve Relays. It is, of course, the heel of the yacht that determines flow direction.
- 3DI Roller Furling 2015, excellent shape, current, 1515 sq. ft.
- 3DL 600 L Mainsail 2006, in great shape
- 3DL Grand Prix Heavy 1999, little use, great shape
- Nor Dac Delivery Main 1996, heavy construction
- Storm Trysail Dacron 1996, very heavy construction
- 3DI Jib 2015, vertical battens, excellent shape, current, 1040 sq. ft.
- Nor Dac #5 Delivery Jib 68% 1996, chafe at head
- Storm Jib Dacron 50% 1996, very heavy construction
- Code 3A Norlon 150 2004, worn but useable, 4091 sq. ft.
- Code 5A Norlon 150 2003, great shape, roller furling, 3113 sq. ft.
- Code 2A 0.5 AirX700 2000, great shape, snuffer, 4483 sq. ft.
- Code 2A 0.85 Poly Runner 1996, worn, ok for light air, 4483 sq. ft.
- 10' AB Inflatables RIB with 3hp Mercury four-stroke outboard
- Carbon fiber hull, deck, cabin top, mast, roller furling boom and arch
- Fin keel with lead bulb
- Teak decking and cabin top non-skid
- Titanium stanchions, pulpit, pushpits with spectra lifelines
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. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.