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About This Boat

Nesta is a 1979 CSY 44 (walk over)out of the charter trade in St Vincent. She was purchased  by the current owners in 1997 and over 7 years in Trinidad, was completely re-fitted and  upgraded to a new “show boat” vessel with no expense spared. Attached is a general  description of the work and equipment installed. As Cruising World magazine reported, the CSY 44 is a “classic plastic’ vessel both roomy and  rugged.  Nesta is a safe, comfortable live aboard cruiser. She is fast and a stable platform and at the  same time she is the best looking CSY in the fleet.


Additional Details

Sails and Rigging

Standing Rigging
-all wire replaced with Swedish steel, single backstay upgrades to dual backstay
-painted mast and boom, steps added, mast deck boot system installed
-all new navigation lights installed -mast head tri color + strobe, sailing, steaming, deck, bow, stern light is raised on radar arch to 12 ft above water
- boom gallows with leather seat
Running Rigging
-a main sheet traveller was added to the boat replacing the old fixed point sheet lead
-2 sets of long dock lines
-color coded halyards
-heavy sheets lead to sheet stoppers, to Anderson winches and a pair of Lewmar 52 winches lead thru Lewmar foot blocks
-assorted snatch blocks and assorted gear
-new genoa track and staysail tracks replacing club foot
-new main sail track for roller furling “behind mast” system
-all furling sail control lines and sheets lead to cockpit for single handed sailing
-Seldon rodkicker
-preventer with hardware
Sails
-10 ounce Doyle off shore sails with toast sunbrella with uv guard
-all with oversized Profurl systems
-all sails with telltale

Engines

Engine
-Perkins 4-154 63 hp engine –engine pulled, rebuilt, less than 500 hrs running time
-engine is water cooled with exhaust temp gauge installed and oil change system
-heavy angle ironed engine brackets thru bolted down to heavy engine beds, installed to prevent engine “breaking loose”
-large engine room with access all around, insulated for sound proofing and heat, vented fot odors
-engine room has been stripped and repainted with 2 part white epoxy
-new exhaust system right thru with large exhaust line loop and close off valve (for following seas)
-a “drive safer” installed between transmission and cutlass bearing to lessen vibration
-a unique access door behind battery box into engine room for at sea access
-upgraded 2 filter Precor engine filter system as well as engine block filter
-new red jacket engine control cables
-250 amp Powerline alternator

Steering

Steering
-center cockpit pedestal wheel steering
-Edison rack and pinon
-custom design and built robust quadrant with w-h auto pilot with controls at pedestal and remote control
-emergency steering tiler connects directly to quadrant and rudder post
-Monitor windvane on transom with heavy and light air capability

Tankage

Tankage
-Water- two 200 gal fiberglass tanks with transfer pump and deck water collection to tank
-Diesel- 110 gal stainless steel custom made diesel tank with sump and Baha filter
-Holding- new forward and aft holding tanks with pump outs and ‘y’ valve to heads and truhull

Refrigeration

Refrigeration
-Swedish Isotherm water cooled high efficiency system
-11 cu ft fridge and 5 cu ft freezer capable of freezing ice cubes
-the fridge and freezer are water cooled thru water tanks allowing for refrigeration while on the hard
-2 huge fridge compartments for food and drink with shelves, fiddles and bins, extra insulation and drain line
-fridge hatches have “Moonlight” spring hinges for safe access
-handy overhead light shines into compartment
-freezer suitable for 60 days “out Island” cruising capacity

Safety

Safety
-hand holds throughout below, in cockpit, at helm, on dodger frame for safe side deck passage
-new raised stainless steel hand rails all around, new pushpit with raised double rail on aft deck
-2 back stays (no one piece of broken wire will cause mast to fail)
-Irish 6 man life raft mounted on aft deck with quick release for easy deployment
-1 ring buoys with floating lines
-man overboard pole
-man overboard fix button on auto pilot
-extra deep bilge
-two high volume bilge pumps set at different levels with large volume spares, manual hand pump in cockpit
-Edison Bilge Pump- bronze, large capacity, 2-way manual with hoses
-fire extinguisher
-propane gas sniffer
-safe cockpit sailing with all control lines lead to cockpit
-mast steps for easy ascent as well as professional padded bosun’s chair
-8 life vests
-2 air cartridge self-inflating vests
-body harness
-collapsible ‘o’ rings for lanyard clip on’s; removable jacklines of non-stretch webbing

Accommodations

V Birth
-lots of ventilation with hatch and 2 large dorads (cowl vents) and three ports and two fans
-new high density foam cushions with new upholstery
-2 sets of custom made sheets and covers
-2 reading lights
-4 large drawers and hanging locker with shelves
Forward head
-lots of ventilation with hatch, port and fan
-large mirror
-Decoran counter top / sink with nickel plated fixtures
-new odor proof, odor safe discharge hose with anti siphon loop
-Levac toilet (Practical Sailor #1 rated) with spares
-cabinets with cane sliding doors
-large shower with new nickel plated fixtures and shower seat (great storage while underway for fenders, collapsible mountain bikes, inflatable kayak ect that all come with boat)
Salon
-2 large airy skylight hatches
-6 ports, 2 fans, reading lights and LED indirect lighting
-custom made round settee with round teak table with hinged leaf
-custom made teak cabinetry thru out
-bookshelves with fiddles
-TV/CD behind teak and cane front door
-new teak and holly sole thru out
-tropical floral upholstery on new foam cushions
-4 handy deep storage lockers on starboard with cane faced doors under bookshelves
-bulk heads and door panels covered with white laminate
-teak cabinets over fridge which accommodate sound system (speakers hidden in bookshelves), liquor locker, custom made glassware locker and electrical sub panel (behind lexan cover)
Galley
-well ventilated overhead hatch (under dodger for rain protection)
-2 large dorads
-2 ports
-1 large port over sink into cockpit for communicating and passing food and drink from galley to cockpit
-fan and light over stove
-light over counter
-Seaward 3 burner stove with large oven stove (Practical sailor #1 pick)
-double deep stainless steel sink with new brushed nickel fixtures
-2 teak spice racks
-lots of storage
-Decoran counter top with fiddle
-place setting for 8 dishes and flat wear
-everything to run a kitchen- New Zealand acrylic glass wear, serving platers, electric toaster, quality pots and pans
-large port for passing food and drink from galley to cockpit
Aft Owner’s Cabin
-original plastic ports have been replaced with Atkins & Hoyle bronze ports with teak frames
-great ventilation with hatch, 2 dorads and 4 ports plus 2 large bronze ports in transom
-new teak and holly sole
-4 drawers and 2 shelves
-new white laminate covering on bulkheads with teak trim
-the interior of hull is covered with removable panels of teak strips on white laminate over marine ply
-4 reading lights both led and quartz
-2 fans (all fans on the boat are Caframo fans and are very quiet)
-custom bedding (2 sets of sheets and covers)
Nav Station
-custom made teak desk with scalloped seat
-VHF radio and sailing instruments
-visible electrical panel
Aft Head
-good ventilation- hatch, ports and fan
-large mirror
-Decoran counter top and sink with brushed nickel fixtures
-lots of storage
-includes Levac toilet

Cockpit and Deck

Cockpit
-comfortable large deep cockpit
-2” closed cell foam custom made cockpit cushions while underway
-additional upholstered cushions for use at anchor (dining etc)
-engine, sailing and auto pilot instruments are bulkhead mounted in front of pedestal
-compass, GPS, VHF radio and engine controls are at the pedestal
-manual bilge pump controls at pedestal
- guard rail and excellent hand holds
-the design of both the bimini and dodger has a low, streamlined profile which gets away from the high boxy look (this is possible because of the deep cockpit)
-the bimini has a window for keeping an eye on the masthead and mainsail as well as curtains and textelene sun screen for shading and rain protection
-the custom designed dodger has a stainless steel frame with turn buckle struts at the front to adjust any sag in sunbrella canvas
-the windows in the dodger have textelene covers to reduce glare from sun and ocean
-handy water bottle pockets
-removable outdoor speakers are mounted on the dodger and they have sunbrella covers
-the sunbrella is reinforced along the frame of the dodger
-the windows in the dodger can be rolled up
-there is a custom designed 2 piece teak cockpit table with room for 6
-there is a handy tool locker in the cockpit for easy access for assorted screwdrivers, wrenches, plyers, vice grips etc which are most frequently used
Aft Deck
-raised stainless steel handrails into custom designed push pit
-there is a radar arch with cantilevered bimini with a rolled down edge
-solar panels (which are out of sight) and wind turbine are mounted on the aft bimini along with VHF, GPS, stern navigation light
-the wind turbine is very quiet and is mounted with anti-vibration protection and can be easily removed or reinstalled from the ladder in the arch
-there are custom scalloped teak seats integrated into the push pit with padded back rests
-the boom gallows provide good handholds when going aft and there is a barbeque mounted on the crossbar (the outdoor barbeque and propane tank are covered with canvas)
-the barbeque is removal and can be taken ashore for beach barbeque
-the “back porch” has seating for 5
-there are two canvas directors’ chairs
-the life raft sits on the aft deck and is covered in canvas
-the aft deck provides a higher view, more air and is a great place to sit in the shade on deck when underway
-there is a draining wet locker on the aft deck accommodating 150ft anchor road with chain for a rail mounted 35lb Danforth anchor (ready for immediate dropping) as well as snorkel gear, deck hose etc
-there is a teak swim platform on a stainless steel frame with access through a gate on the stainless steel life rail designed for easy and stable loading and boarding from dinghy
-there is a stainless steel “drop in” telescopic swim ladder
-there is a fresh water outdoor shower with hot water on the swim platform (this is the shower we always used)
-there are two fishing rod holders in part of the push pit (fishing rod and gear comes with the boat)

 

Electrical

Electrical
-from a bare hull the boat was re-wired with anchor tinned, color coded wire to ABYC standards
-wire runs are PVC conduit for chafing protection and safety
-many circuits and existing spares were built in
-Charles Isolation Transformer 120 / 240 in & out (this cleans up problems with third world current)
-modified sine wave 2500 Heart inverter
-AC outlets thru out boat
-lights and fans and TV are all 12 volt
-all battery, engine, and windless conductors are up size
Batteries
-we moved the batteries from outside in the coaming to a centre line, under the companionway steps in a custom built ventilated battery box
-there are 4 x 220 amp golf cart batteries with hydro caps for a total of 880 amps as well as a Class D dedicated starting battery in a separate location (with a charging isolator)
-there is a main battery switch as well as lock out transfer switches between banks
-the boat can run on the solar panels (300 watts) and the wind turbine, the batteries stay well charged

Anchors

Anchors
-large Muir windless with foot switch at bow and up / down switch at helm for easy operation
-Nesta has 4 anchors- 100 # claw, 75 # CQR (each with separate chain rode compartments and chain has color coded calibrations) and 35 # Danforth at stern with chain / rope in locker
-additional ground tackle: snubbers, riding bridle, delta plate, chaffing protection and strong, large cleats on either side of hawse pipes
-also has heavy eye at the waterline in the stern for a better riding angle in heavy seas

Plumbing

Plumbing
-from a bare hull the boat was re-plumbed with all new plumbing to be run with valving for every requirement
-power washer for deck and anchor washing
-water ballast pump for transfer between tanks
-odor proof discharge hose
-double electric bilge pumps set a different levels with spares
-all new sea cocks and hoses thru out

Tender

Dinghy
-10 ft Carib Rib in excellent condition with sunbrella tube covers

Disclaimer
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.

Managing Broker

Contact - Jaryd Forbes
The Multihull Company

Located in Trinidad

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: 868-680-8909
FAX: 215-508-2706
Email: Jaryd@multihullcompany.com
View Jaryd Forbes's Profile

Boat Specifications

Year

1979

Length

44 ft

Location

Trinidad And Tobago

Price

120,000

Status

Active

Make

CSY

Model

Walk Over

Name

Additional Specs

Keel

Full Keel

Engines

Make: Perkins

Model: 4-154

Type:

Fuel: diesel

Power:

Year:

Hours:

Location:



About This Boat

Nesta is a 1979 CSY 44 (walk over)out of the charter trade in St Vincent. She was purchased  by the current owners in 1997 and over 7 years in Trinidad, was completely re-fitted and  upgraded to a new “show boat” vessel with no expense spared. Attached is a general  description of the work and equipment installed. As Cruising World magazine reported, the CSY 44 is a “classic plastic’ vessel both roomy and  rugged.  Nesta is a safe, comfortable live aboard cruiser. She is fast and a stable platform and at the  same time she is the best looking CSY in the fleet.


Additional Details

Sails and Rigging

Standing Rigging
-all wire replaced with Swedish steel, single backstay upgrades to dual backstay
-painted mast and boom, steps added, mast deck boot system installed
-all new navigation lights installed -mast head tri color + strobe, sailing, steaming, deck, bow, stern light is raised on radar arch to 12 ft above water
- boom gallows with leather seat
Running Rigging
-a main sheet traveller was added to the boat replacing the old fixed point sheet lead
-2 sets of long dock lines
-color coded halyards
-heavy sheets lead to sheet stoppers, to Anderson winches and a pair of Lewmar 52 winches lead thru Lewmar foot blocks
-assorted snatch blocks and assorted gear
-new genoa track and staysail tracks replacing club foot
-new main sail track for roller furling “behind mast” system
-all furling sail control lines and sheets lead to cockpit for single handed sailing
-Seldon rodkicker
-preventer with hardware
Sails
-10 ounce Doyle off shore sails with toast sunbrella with uv guard
-all with oversized Profurl systems
-all sails with telltale

Engines

Engine
-Perkins 4-154 63 hp engine –engine pulled, rebuilt, less than 500 hrs running time
-engine is water cooled with exhaust temp gauge installed and oil change system
-heavy angle ironed engine brackets thru bolted down to heavy engine beds, installed to prevent engine “breaking loose”
-large engine room with access all around, insulated for sound proofing and heat, vented fot odors
-engine room has been stripped and repainted with 2 part white epoxy
-new exhaust system right thru with large exhaust line loop and close off valve (for following seas)
-a “drive safer” installed between transmission and cutlass bearing to lessen vibration
-a unique access door behind battery box into engine room for at sea access
-upgraded 2 filter Precor engine filter system as well as engine block filter
-new red jacket engine control cables
-250 amp Powerline alternator

Steering

Steering
-center cockpit pedestal wheel steering
-Edison rack and pinon
-custom design and built robust quadrant with w-h auto pilot with controls at pedestal and remote control
-emergency steering tiler connects directly to quadrant and rudder post
-Monitor windvane on transom with heavy and light air capability

Tankage

Tankage
-Water- two 200 gal fiberglass tanks with transfer pump and deck water collection to tank
-Diesel- 110 gal stainless steel custom made diesel tank with sump and Baha filter
-Holding- new forward and aft holding tanks with pump outs and ‘y’ valve to heads and truhull

Refrigeration

Refrigeration
-Swedish Isotherm water cooled high efficiency system
-11 cu ft fridge and 5 cu ft freezer capable of freezing ice cubes
-the fridge and freezer are water cooled thru water tanks allowing for refrigeration while on the hard
-2 huge fridge compartments for food and drink with shelves, fiddles and bins, extra insulation and drain line
-fridge hatches have “Moonlight” spring hinges for safe access
-handy overhead light shines into compartment
-freezer suitable for 60 days “out Island” cruising capacity

Safety

Safety
-hand holds throughout below, in cockpit, at helm, on dodger frame for safe side deck passage
-new raised stainless steel hand rails all around, new pushpit with raised double rail on aft deck
-2 back stays (no one piece of broken wire will cause mast to fail)
-Irish 6 man life raft mounted on aft deck with quick release for easy deployment
-1 ring buoys with floating lines
-man overboard pole
-man overboard fix button on auto pilot
-extra deep bilge
-two high volume bilge pumps set at different levels with large volume spares, manual hand pump in cockpit
-Edison Bilge Pump- bronze, large capacity, 2-way manual with hoses
-fire extinguisher
-propane gas sniffer
-safe cockpit sailing with all control lines lead to cockpit
-mast steps for easy ascent as well as professional padded bosun’s chair
-8 life vests
-2 air cartridge self-inflating vests
-body harness
-collapsible ‘o’ rings for lanyard clip on’s; removable jacklines of non-stretch webbing

Accommodations

V Birth
-lots of ventilation with hatch and 2 large dorads (cowl vents) and three ports and two fans
-new high density foam cushions with new upholstery
-2 sets of custom made sheets and covers
-2 reading lights
-4 large drawers and hanging locker with shelves
Forward head
-lots of ventilation with hatch, port and fan
-large mirror
-Decoran counter top / sink with nickel plated fixtures
-new odor proof, odor safe discharge hose with anti siphon loop
-Levac toilet (Practical Sailor #1 rated) with spares
-cabinets with cane sliding doors
-large shower with new nickel plated fixtures and shower seat (great storage while underway for fenders, collapsible mountain bikes, inflatable kayak ect that all come with boat)
Salon
-2 large airy skylight hatches
-6 ports, 2 fans, reading lights and LED indirect lighting
-custom made round settee with round teak table with hinged leaf
-custom made teak cabinetry thru out
-bookshelves with fiddles
-TV/CD behind teak and cane front door
-new teak and holly sole thru out
-tropical floral upholstery on new foam cushions
-4 handy deep storage lockers on starboard with cane faced doors under bookshelves
-bulk heads and door panels covered with white laminate
-teak cabinets over fridge which accommodate sound system (speakers hidden in bookshelves), liquor locker, custom made glassware locker and electrical sub panel (behind lexan cover)
Galley
-well ventilated overhead hatch (under dodger for rain protection)
-2 large dorads
-2 ports
-1 large port over sink into cockpit for communicating and passing food and drink from galley to cockpit
-fan and light over stove
-light over counter
-Seaward 3 burner stove with large oven stove (Practical sailor #1 pick)
-double deep stainless steel sink with new brushed nickel fixtures
-2 teak spice racks
-lots of storage
-Decoran counter top with fiddle
-place setting for 8 dishes and flat wear
-everything to run a kitchen- New Zealand acrylic glass wear, serving platers, electric toaster, quality pots and pans
-large port for passing food and drink from galley to cockpit
Aft Owner’s Cabin
-original plastic ports have been replaced with Atkins & Hoyle bronze ports with teak frames
-great ventilation with hatch, 2 dorads and 4 ports plus 2 large bronze ports in transom
-new teak and holly sole
-4 drawers and 2 shelves
-new white laminate covering on bulkheads with teak trim
-the interior of hull is covered with removable panels of teak strips on white laminate over marine ply
-4 reading lights both led and quartz
-2 fans (all fans on the boat are Caframo fans and are very quiet)
-custom bedding (2 sets of sheets and covers)
Nav Station
-custom made teak desk with scalloped seat
-VHF radio and sailing instruments
-visible electrical panel
Aft Head
-good ventilation- hatch, ports and fan
-large mirror
-Decoran counter top and sink with brushed nickel fixtures
-lots of storage
-includes Levac toilet

Cockpit and Deck

Cockpit
-comfortable large deep cockpit
-2” closed cell foam custom made cockpit cushions while underway
-additional upholstered cushions for use at anchor (dining etc)
-engine, sailing and auto pilot instruments are bulkhead mounted in front of pedestal
-compass, GPS, VHF radio and engine controls are at the pedestal
-manual bilge pump controls at pedestal
- guard rail and excellent hand holds
-the design of both the bimini and dodger has a low, streamlined profile which gets away from the high boxy look (this is possible because of the deep cockpit)
-the bimini has a window for keeping an eye on the masthead and mainsail as well as curtains and textelene sun screen for shading and rain protection
-the custom designed dodger has a stainless steel frame with turn buckle struts at the front to adjust any sag in sunbrella canvas
-the windows in the dodger have textelene covers to reduce glare from sun and ocean
-handy water bottle pockets
-removable outdoor speakers are mounted on the dodger and they have sunbrella covers
-the sunbrella is reinforced along the frame of the dodger
-the windows in the dodger can be rolled up
-there is a custom designed 2 piece teak cockpit table with room for 6
-there is a handy tool locker in the cockpit for easy access for assorted screwdrivers, wrenches, plyers, vice grips etc which are most frequently used
Aft Deck
-raised stainless steel handrails into custom designed push pit
-there is a radar arch with cantilevered bimini with a rolled down edge
-solar panels (which are out of sight) and wind turbine are mounted on the aft bimini along with VHF, GPS, stern navigation light
-the wind turbine is very quiet and is mounted with anti-vibration protection and can be easily removed or reinstalled from the ladder in the arch
-there are custom scalloped teak seats integrated into the push pit with padded back rests
-the boom gallows provide good handholds when going aft and there is a barbeque mounted on the crossbar (the outdoor barbeque and propane tank are covered with canvas)
-the barbeque is removal and can be taken ashore for beach barbeque
-the “back porch” has seating for 5
-there are two canvas directors’ chairs
-the life raft sits on the aft deck and is covered in canvas
-the aft deck provides a higher view, more air and is a great place to sit in the shade on deck when underway
-there is a draining wet locker on the aft deck accommodating 150ft anchor road with chain for a rail mounted 35lb Danforth anchor (ready for immediate dropping) as well as snorkel gear, deck hose etc
-there is a teak swim platform on a stainless steel frame with access through a gate on the stainless steel life rail designed for easy and stable loading and boarding from dinghy
-there is a stainless steel “drop in” telescopic swim ladder
-there is a fresh water outdoor shower with hot water on the swim platform (this is the shower we always used)
-there are two fishing rod holders in part of the push pit (fishing rod and gear comes with the boat)

 

Electrical

Electrical
-from a bare hull the boat was re-wired with anchor tinned, color coded wire to ABYC standards
-wire runs are PVC conduit for chafing protection and safety
-many circuits and existing spares were built in
-Charles Isolation Transformer 120 / 240 in & out (this cleans up problems with third world current)
-modified sine wave 2500 Heart inverter
-AC outlets thru out boat
-lights and fans and TV are all 12 volt
-all battery, engine, and windless conductors are up size
Batteries
-we moved the batteries from outside in the coaming to a centre line, under the companionway steps in a custom built ventilated battery box
-there are 4 x 220 amp golf cart batteries with hydro caps for a total of 880 amps as well as a Class D dedicated starting battery in a separate location (with a charging isolator)
-there is a main battery switch as well as lock out transfer switches between banks
-the boat can run on the solar panels (300 watts) and the wind turbine, the batteries stay well charged

Anchors

Anchors
-large Muir windless with foot switch at bow and up / down switch at helm for easy operation
-Nesta has 4 anchors- 100 # claw, 75 # CQR (each with separate chain rode compartments and chain has color coded calibrations) and 35 # Danforth at stern with chain / rope in locker
-additional ground tackle: snubbers, riding bridle, delta plate, chaffing protection and strong, large cleats on either side of hawse pipes
-also has heavy eye at the waterline in the stern for a better riding angle in heavy seas

Plumbing

Plumbing
-from a bare hull the boat was re-plumbed with all new plumbing to be run with valving for every requirement
-power washer for deck and anchor washing
-water ballast pump for transfer between tanks
-odor proof discharge hose
-double electric bilge pumps set a different levels with spares
-all new sea cocks and hoses thru out

Tender

Dinghy
-10 ft Carib Rib in excellent condition with sunbrella tube covers

Disclaimer
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.

Inquire About This Boat

Managing Broker

Contact - Jaryd Forbes
The Multihull Company

Located in Trinidad

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: 868-680-8909
FAX: 215-508-2706
Email: Jaryd@multihullcompany.com
View Jaryd Forbes's Profile
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