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About This Boat

The owner of this Lavezzi 40 is a serious seaman who has circumnavigated on his 60 foot Wharram and he has sailed half way around the world on his current Catana 58. He arrived in the Marshall Islands and fell in love with the island and her people and has involved himself in a range of humanitarian projects in the region. Arearea was purchased by him five years ago for use on a project that was recently cancelled, hence the reason for her sale. Prior to that cancellation the seller invested heavily in her with a number of refits as you can see in our listing.

She is being offered for sale on the island of Majuro, Marshall Islands. For the adventurous type, she can be purchased here and then sailed in almost any direction. But the seller of the boat can offer a pre-fix delivery price for people on his team to deliver her almost anywhere on her own bottom. A buyer could enjoy an island hop sail to Tarawa in Kiribati, then to Funafuti in Tuvalu, then on to Fiji, etc. Or a West Coast U.S. buyer could sail her to Hawaii and then on over to California, Oregon, or Washington state. The Lavezzi 40 is capable of making such sails and the boat is well equipped to do so. She is certainly an ideal purchase for anyone who wants a boat in the South Pacific islands, Guam, Fiji, or then on down to New Caledonia, New Zealand, or Australia. 

Please contact us with any questions. The seller of the boat is a longtime customer of ours and a good friend. He is a pleasure to deal with. She can he hauled and surveyed where she is, but advance notice will be required for us to have her out of the water for such an inspection. The nearest accredited surveyor is on the island of Guam and a buyer would have to fly him in, or of course any surveyor of their choice. 

The price for this catamaran, for her age, low hours, condition and equipment is excellent and has already been discounted to reflect her remote location. 

 

 

 


Additional Details

RECENT UPGRADES
  • New Achilles semi rigid hypalon inflatable 13 feet dingy ..new 2018
  • Aquagen DC generator and 60 gal per hour watermaker..new 2018
  • Marine 4 plate propane gas stove..new 2018
  • Marine Propane oven..new 2018
  • Marine refrigerator..new 2018
  • Alternator port engine..new 2018
  • Engine batteries..new 2017
  • Cockpit cushion covers..new 2018
  • Lounge upholstery..new 2018
  • Mattress covers...new 2018
  • 2 kw inverter..new 2018
  • Manual and remote windlass controls..new 2018
  • Second back up 12 v watermaker. ....new 2015
  • High capacity automatic bilge pumps in both hulls...new 2018
  • Bosuns chair ..new 2018
  • Additional handheld vhf radio..new 2018
  • AC outlets in port and starboard rear cabins...new 2018
DIMENSIONS AND DETAILS
  • 4 double cabins and two forward single cabins
  • Sleeps 10
  • Two bathrooms + heads
  • Low engine hours
  • Sloop rig
  • Fully battened main sail and genoa
  • Easy to operate solo or by a couple
  • Deck and mast fittings for spinnaker sail
  • Three reefing points in main (4 options)

 

 

COCKPIT
  • Steering station with engine controls and wind and depth instruments
  • Raymarine autopilot
  • Bimini soft roof with sun covers
  • Seating and table
  • Davits for dingy with 3 fixed solar panels mounted on davits ( solar controller in starboard engine room)
  • Port and starboard manual two speed winches for genoa and main sheets
    Main sheet/ boom traveller with controls
  • COCKPIT STORAGE HATCH hatch contains:  Fuel tank and filter system, EMERGENCY FUEL SHUTOFF on top of Shutoff valves for fresh and salt water, Emergency wire cutters for rigging, Emergency manual hand bilge pump overboard blue hose to be fitted, Two drums of spare pipe, Extension water hose on reel, 12v Mobile submersible pump with long hose in plastic drum, 220v heavy duty 220v submersible emergency bilge pump ( run DC generator when operating), Spare oil, degrease, rust remover and cleaning materials, Spare diesel and fuel jerry cans, 11 liter aluminum dive cylinder..plus bc jacket and regulator
PORT STERN DOUBLE CABIN
  • 12v DC watermaker rated at 30 l per hour de commissioned under bed, new 2016..used only as emergency back up
  • Buoyancy jacket and dive regulator
  • 12 volt fans , and lighting
  • 220 v AC outlet
  • Ventilation hatch in roof and back wall
  • Non opening window for light
  • SEACOCK SHUTOFF VALVE for toilet under floorboards
  • Small overboard pipe for DC watermaker behind door
PORT BATHROOM
  • Shower and manual salt water toilet
  • NB ventilation hatch / EMERGENCY EXIT to be properly secured and checked when underway, or when choppy seas on mooring or in marina. Never to be left open when no one is aboard
  • Saltwater pump for fridge ..and deck wash pump under wash basin
  • Shower pump doubles as bilge pump with change over valve..below wash basin. (suction line for bilge under floorboards in isle)
  • Extractor fan and LED lighting
  • SEA COCK THROUGH HULL with shutoff valve for fridge and deckwash and salt water toilet below wash basin
  • THROUGH HULL with shutoff valve for toilet exhaust, below wash basin
  • THROUGH HULL overboard for shower pump exhaust and bilge overboard, below wash basin
  • EMERGENCY AUTOMATIC BILGE PUMP ISLE connected to power supply of shower/ bilge in bathroom and DC panel
  • THROUGH HULL overboard for emergency bilge pump
PORT FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN
  • Aquagen DC generator with 160/180 liter per hour watermaker at 2600/2800 rpm and 750 psi. Under bed....new 2018
  • Various hoses and pipes stored under bed forward.
  • Spare filter ekements and generator spares
  • 12v fan and lighting
  • Ventilating roof hatch..emergency exit.
  • Non opening daylight window
  • Access to water-tank behind paneling
  • ///SEA COCK THROUGH HULL with shutoff valve for DC generator and watermaker. Below floor board
  • OVERBOARD THROUGH HULL with shutoff valve for brine and heat exchanger under bed on port side
  • OVERBOARD THROUGH HULL with shutoff valve for generator engine exhaust, under bed port side
  • 8 LIFE JACKETS
  • Safety harnesses x 8
ADDITIONAL PORT FORWARD SINGLE CABIN
  • Roof ventilation hatch../ EMERGENCY EXIT
  • 12 v fan
  • Access also from forward cabin and deck.
  • Storage for fishing and diving equipment.
  • No sea cocks, inspection hatch, collision bulkhead/ buoyancy chamber below
STARBOARD STERN DOUBLE CABIN
  • Empty storage under bed
  • Access to inverter behind panelling
  • Access to steering quadrants and pulleys behind rear panelling
  • General layout as per port cabin.
  • 220v AC outlet
  • 12v fan and lighting
  • No seacocks.
STARBOARD BATHROOM
  • Shower fresh water and manual salt water toilet
  • General layout as per port bathroom
  • NB, close ventilation hatch!/ EMERGENCY EXIT
  • THROUGH HULL with shutoff valve for toilet exhaust, under wash basin
  • OVERBOARD THROUGH HULL for shower and bilge exhaust under wash basin (suction line for bilge under floorboards in isle)
  • 12v extractor fan and lighting.
  • EMERGENCY AUTOMATIC BILGE PUMP ISLE connected to shower/ bilge in bathroom and DC panel
  • THROUGH HULL OVERBOARD for emergency bilge pump.
STARBOARD FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN
  • General layout as per port forward cabin
  • Spare 12v windlass stored under bed
  • Spare 115 VOLT 2000 w inverter
  • Toilet pump spares.
  • Vacuum cleaner
  • Spare fuel drums
  • Deck ventilation hatch/ emergency exit
  • SEACOCK SHUTOFF VALVE for toilet under floorboards
  • Deck ventilation hatch/ EMERGENCY EXIT
ADDITIONAL STARBOARD FORWARD SINGLE CABIN
  • Deck roof ventilation hatch/ EMERGENCY EXIT
  • 12 v fan
  • No sea cocks or through hull fittings
  • Inspection hatch..collision bulkhead/ buoyancy chamber below
SALOON
  • Galley, wash basin with fresh water and salt water
  • New stove 2018, gas shutoff under wash basin next to stove
  • New oven 2018, gas shutoff under wash basin
  • New fridge unit 2018
  • Mobile 12 v / 220 v freezer chest, under table
  • Saloon seats and table, (access to windlass control box and water tank under front seating)
  • 3 opening ventilation windows up front and one above stove
  • SALOON Under seat saloon STORAGE, Port side food storage and fridge compressor unit
  • Starboard side storage:  Various pressure pumps in plastic tub, Medical kit..2 boxes, Bin with plumbing fittings and hose clamps, Bin with electrical wire..various gauges, Box with stainless bolts, nuts, screws etc., Airpump dinghy
  • Yanmar Engine spares...on elevated shelf
  • 2x spare alternators..working condition
  • 1x second hand starter,..working condition
  • 2x solenoid switches
  • 1 x ignition switch
  • Old salt waterpump, Jabsco
  • Spare impellers, filters, bearings, relay, seals in small plastic container
  • Numerous V belts in plastic container
  • Bosun’s chair
  • Powertools..grinder x 2 , drill...220v
  • Set of drill bits
  • Gas blow torch
  • Set of various ss shackles and thimbles and fittings in plastic box
  • Electrical box and bag with multimeter, soldering iron, circuit breakers, fuses and light bulbs, crimps and crimping tool, insolation tape, cable ties etc.
  • Full socket and ring set spanners
  • Grab bag with various tools
NAVIGATION STATION
  • Compass
  • 12v DC control panel at nav station, (pumps, DC outlets, cabin lights bathroom lights, nav instruments, nav lights, vhf radio, bilge pumps, fridge control, DC generator breaker)
  • VHF radio
  • Icom VHF handheld radio - New 2018
  • Two ship to shore handheld 29 mk CB radios
  • Wind and depth instruments
  • Portable Huawei Tablet with GPS and Navionics charts, weather apps and mobile phone and internet access inshore - New 2018
  • Iridium Go satellite connection hotspot ( 5 devices) with weather app, voice call and EMERGENCY ALERT CALLS - New 2018
  • Battery charge level indicator
  • 220v AC outlet below nav station
  • 12c DC outlet
  • 12v to 115v inverter..400w in DC outlet for 115v equipment
  • 220v to 115v inverter of 400w for 115v equipment
  • 2000w 220v inverter, behind sliding door on starboard side - New 2018
  • Small vacuum cleaner with 115 VOLT charger
  • Remote control for windlass below nav station - New 2018
  • 2x binoculars
PORT ENGINE ROOM
  • General arrangement as per starboard side.
  • 30 hp Yanmar engine with through hull drive leg.
  • Cooling water through drive leg water port.
  • No sea cocks.
  • Automatic bilge pump ( set in DC panel at nav station)
  • 1x 12v deep cycle house battery..
  • 1x 12v starter battery...new July 2017
  • EMERGENGY ISOLATER SWITCH for 12v starter battery in event of engine room electrical fire
  • Hot water geyser through port engine coolant circulation.\
  • 12 v DC wiring direct to Aquagen DC generator starter in port forward double cabin
STARBOARD ENGINE ROOM
  • 30 hp Yanmar marine diesel engine with through hull drive leg
  • No sea cocks
  • Water supply for engine cooling jabsco pump via drive leg water port
  • Solar inverter/ controller
  • One 12 deep cycle gel battery with isolater/connector switch to port side gel house battery
  • EMERGENCY ISOLATER SWITCH for house battery in case of electrical house fire
  • One 12 v engine start battery (New July 2017) with EMERGENCY ISOLATER SWITCH in case of engine room electrical fire
  • One EMERGENCY START isolator switch in case of flat starting battery in port or starboard engine room
  • 12v DC connection cables from house battery to inverter.
  • EMERGENCY TRIP/ RESET BREAKER FOR WINDLASS.
  • 12v LED lighting.
  • Automatic bilge pump ( set in DC panel ..nav station and set to auto on separate switch)
ANCHOR HATCH/CHAIN LOCKER
  • 2 propane gas bottles
  • Windlass with 100m anchor rope and 60 m 10mm galvanized short link chain on main 25 kg plough anchor over bowroller
  • Spare stainless steel reef anchor..15 kg with 60 m 10 mm galvanized short link chain
  • SafetyRope lock for anchor
  • Rubber mallet for windlass lock
  • Extra Up/ down electric switches for windlass in anchor hatch
  • Spare rope and buoys
  • EMERGENCY TILLER ARM
  • Mooring hook
  • Storage for reefing lines
AQUAGEN WATERMAKER OPERATION
  • DC generator with 260 liter per hour fresh water maker. (60 gal)-new 2018
  • Starting up procedure
  • Open deck ventilation hatch and raise bed top
  • Open sea cock valve under floorboard
  • Open exhaust sea cock
  • Set throttle to 50% open
  • Switch on circuit breaker on DC panel ( nav station top)
  • Start engine with ignition key
  • CHECK WATER-FLOW over board and exhaust
  • Increase rpm to 2800 rpm
  • Run for 10 minutes to top up battery charge
  • Switch on high pressure pump while holding down short-break switch for 30seconds
  • Ensure product water flow valve is set to tank position
  • When green light shows, start closing pressure valve (clockwise) to increase pressure slowly while monitoring pressure till 750 psi is reached. NEVER OVER PRESSURIZE
  • Check product flow meters which combined production should be around 160 to 180 liter ph( 40 to 50 gal)
  • Run for about one hour or till tank overflows. (tank capacity 250l)
  • Shutting down procedure
  • Depressurize pressure valve ( anti clockwise) till zero pressure shows
  • Run for 3 minutes to flush brine
  • Switch off high pressure pump
  • Reduce rpm to 50% throttle and run for 2 minutes
  • Switch off engine by closing throttle completely
  • Push and hold down fresh water flush button for 3 minutes to flush membranes with fresh water.
  • Switch off ignition / starter switch
  • Close exhaust shutoff valve
  • Close sea cock shutoff valve
  • Close bed top and deck ventilation hatch
WATERMAKER MAINTENANCE
  • Maintenance watermaker
  • ///NB Run watermaker at least every three days to ensure membranes are flushed.
  • /// NB If not needed to make water, flush with fresh water every 7 days to protect membranes( switch on circuit breaker in DC panel, switch on ignition key, hold down fresh water flush button for three minutes..and check water flow overboard..30 liter required)
  • Always Check for water-leaks
  • The DC generator can be used to charge batteries at 2800 rpm without switching on the watermaker (sea cock and exhaust shutoff valves should be open before starting)
  • Check pre filter elements every 3 months and replace if blocked.
  • Check manuals for further maintenance and FAULTFINDING
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
  • 1x Port rear cabin on floor
  • Port front cabin..locker shelf Loose powder for engine room fire..
  • 1x Kitchen next to stove
  • 1x below nav station
  • 1x starboard cabin on floor.
  • 1x starboard engine room.
SAFETY EQUIPMENT
  • Flares .....position...blue grab bag
  • Fire extinguishers ...position.
  • 8 life jackets in port forward cabin
  • Offshore Life raft mounted below stern
  • Inflatable stand up board and paddle
  • Dinghy 4.5 m Achilles semi rigid inflatable with 15 hp Yamaha outboard..dinghy new 2018,,,engine new 2013
  • Life rings and dan bouy on stern.
  • Safety harness x 6 ( port forward cabin) and deck safety lines on port and starboard deck
  • Heavy duty emergency rigging cutters in cockpit hatch
  • Emergency steering ..port and starboard deck ( emergency steering handle in anchor hatch)
  • Portable Irridium go sattelite coms and portable navigation tablet with internal and blue tooth GPS connection.
  • Portable hand held vhf radio
  • Binoculars
  • Horn, mirror, handheld compass in grab bag
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 - Phillip Berman
The Multihull Company

Located in Philadelphia, PA

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: 484-686-5363
FAX: 215-508-2706
Email: Phil@multihullcompany.com
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Boat Specifications

Year

2006

Length

40 ft

Location

Marshall Islands

Price

200,000

Status

Active

Make

Fountaine Pajot

Model

LAVEZZI 40

Name

AREAREA

Additional Specs

Keel

Fin Keel

Engines

About This Boat

The owner of this Lavezzi 40 is a serious seaman who has circumnavigated on his 60 foot Wharram and he has sailed half way around the world on his current Catana 58. He arrived in the Marshall Islands and fell in love with the island and her people and has involved himself in a range of humanitarian projects in the region. Arearea was purchased by him five years ago for use on a project that was recently cancelled, hence the reason for her sale. Prior to that cancellation the seller invested heavily in her with a number of refits as you can see in our listing.

She is being offered for sale on the island of Majuro, Marshall Islands. For the adventurous type, she can be purchased here and then sailed in almost any direction. But the seller of the boat can offer a pre-fix delivery price for people on his team to deliver her almost anywhere on her own bottom. A buyer could enjoy an island hop sail to Tarawa in Kiribati, then to Funafuti in Tuvalu, then on to Fiji, etc. Or a West Coast U.S. buyer could sail her to Hawaii and then on over to California, Oregon, or Washington state. The Lavezzi 40 is capable of making such sails and the boat is well equipped to do so. She is certainly an ideal purchase for anyone who wants a boat in the South Pacific islands, Guam, Fiji, or then on down to New Caledonia, New Zealand, or Australia. 

Please contact us with any questions. The seller of the boat is a longtime customer of ours and a good friend. He is a pleasure to deal with. She can he hauled and surveyed where she is, but advance notice will be required for us to have her out of the water for such an inspection. The nearest accredited surveyor is on the island of Guam and a buyer would have to fly him in, or of course any surveyor of their choice. 

The price for this catamaran, for her age, low hours, condition and equipment is excellent and has already been discounted to reflect her remote location. 

 

 

 


Additional Details

RECENT UPGRADES
  • New Achilles semi rigid hypalon inflatable 13 feet dingy ..new 2018
  • Aquagen DC generator and 60 gal per hour watermaker..new 2018
  • Marine 4 plate propane gas stove..new 2018
  • Marine Propane oven..new 2018
  • Marine refrigerator..new 2018
  • Alternator port engine..new 2018
  • Engine batteries..new 2017
  • Cockpit cushion covers..new 2018
  • Lounge upholstery..new 2018
  • Mattress covers...new 2018
  • 2 kw inverter..new 2018
  • Manual and remote windlass controls..new 2018
  • Second back up 12 v watermaker. ....new 2015
  • High capacity automatic bilge pumps in both hulls...new 2018
  • Bosuns chair ..new 2018
  • Additional handheld vhf radio..new 2018
  • AC outlets in port and starboard rear cabins...new 2018
DIMENSIONS AND DETAILS
  • 4 double cabins and two forward single cabins
  • Sleeps 10
  • Two bathrooms + heads
  • Low engine hours
  • Sloop rig
  • Fully battened main sail and genoa
  • Easy to operate solo or by a couple
  • Deck and mast fittings for spinnaker sail
  • Three reefing points in main (4 options)

 

 

COCKPIT
  • Steering station with engine controls and wind and depth instruments
  • Raymarine autopilot
  • Bimini soft roof with sun covers
  • Seating and table
  • Davits for dingy with 3 fixed solar panels mounted on davits ( solar controller in starboard engine room)
  • Port and starboard manual two speed winches for genoa and main sheets
    Main sheet/ boom traveller with controls
  • COCKPIT STORAGE HATCH hatch contains:  Fuel tank and filter system, EMERGENCY FUEL SHUTOFF on top of Shutoff valves for fresh and salt water, Emergency wire cutters for rigging, Emergency manual hand bilge pump overboard blue hose to be fitted, Two drums of spare pipe, Extension water hose on reel, 12v Mobile submersible pump with long hose in plastic drum, 220v heavy duty 220v submersible emergency bilge pump ( run DC generator when operating), Spare oil, degrease, rust remover and cleaning materials, Spare diesel and fuel jerry cans, 11 liter aluminum dive cylinder..plus bc jacket and regulator
PORT STERN DOUBLE CABIN
  • 12v DC watermaker rated at 30 l per hour de commissioned under bed, new 2016..used only as emergency back up
  • Buoyancy jacket and dive regulator
  • 12 volt fans , and lighting
  • 220 v AC outlet
  • Ventilation hatch in roof and back wall
  • Non opening window for light
  • SEACOCK SHUTOFF VALVE for toilet under floorboards
  • Small overboard pipe for DC watermaker behind door
PORT BATHROOM
  • Shower and manual salt water toilet
  • NB ventilation hatch / EMERGENCY EXIT to be properly secured and checked when underway, or when choppy seas on mooring or in marina. Never to be left open when no one is aboard
  • Saltwater pump for fridge ..and deck wash pump under wash basin
  • Shower pump doubles as bilge pump with change over valve..below wash basin. (suction line for bilge under floorboards in isle)
  • Extractor fan and LED lighting
  • SEA COCK THROUGH HULL with shutoff valve for fridge and deckwash and salt water toilet below wash basin
  • THROUGH HULL with shutoff valve for toilet exhaust, below wash basin
  • THROUGH HULL overboard for shower pump exhaust and bilge overboard, below wash basin
  • EMERGENCY AUTOMATIC BILGE PUMP ISLE connected to power supply of shower/ bilge in bathroom and DC panel
  • THROUGH HULL overboard for emergency bilge pump
PORT FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN
  • Aquagen DC generator with 160/180 liter per hour watermaker at 2600/2800 rpm and 750 psi. Under bed....new 2018
  • Various hoses and pipes stored under bed forward.
  • Spare filter ekements and generator spares
  • 12v fan and lighting
  • Ventilating roof hatch..emergency exit.
  • Non opening daylight window
  • Access to water-tank behind paneling
  • ///SEA COCK THROUGH HULL with shutoff valve for DC generator and watermaker. Below floor board
  • OVERBOARD THROUGH HULL with shutoff valve for brine and heat exchanger under bed on port side
  • OVERBOARD THROUGH HULL with shutoff valve for generator engine exhaust, under bed port side
  • 8 LIFE JACKETS
  • Safety harnesses x 8
ADDITIONAL PORT FORWARD SINGLE CABIN
  • Roof ventilation hatch../ EMERGENCY EXIT
  • 12 v fan
  • Access also from forward cabin and deck.
  • Storage for fishing and diving equipment.
  • No sea cocks, inspection hatch, collision bulkhead/ buoyancy chamber below
STARBOARD STERN DOUBLE CABIN
  • Empty storage under bed
  • Access to inverter behind panelling
  • Access to steering quadrants and pulleys behind rear panelling
  • General layout as per port cabin.
  • 220v AC outlet
  • 12v fan and lighting
  • No seacocks.
STARBOARD BATHROOM
  • Shower fresh water and manual salt water toilet
  • General layout as per port bathroom
  • NB, close ventilation hatch!/ EMERGENCY EXIT
  • THROUGH HULL with shutoff valve for toilet exhaust, under wash basin
  • OVERBOARD THROUGH HULL for shower and bilge exhaust under wash basin (suction line for bilge under floorboards in isle)
  • 12v extractor fan and lighting.
  • EMERGENCY AUTOMATIC BILGE PUMP ISLE connected to shower/ bilge in bathroom and DC panel
  • THROUGH HULL OVERBOARD for emergency bilge pump.
STARBOARD FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN
  • General layout as per port forward cabin
  • Spare 12v windlass stored under bed
  • Spare 115 VOLT 2000 w inverter
  • Toilet pump spares.
  • Vacuum cleaner
  • Spare fuel drums
  • Deck ventilation hatch/ emergency exit
  • SEACOCK SHUTOFF VALVE for toilet under floorboards
  • Deck ventilation hatch/ EMERGENCY EXIT
ADDITIONAL STARBOARD FORWARD SINGLE CABIN
  • Deck roof ventilation hatch/ EMERGENCY EXIT
  • 12 v fan
  • No sea cocks or through hull fittings
  • Inspection hatch..collision bulkhead/ buoyancy chamber below
SALOON
  • Galley, wash basin with fresh water and salt water
  • New stove 2018, gas shutoff under wash basin next to stove
  • New oven 2018, gas shutoff under wash basin
  • New fridge unit 2018
  • Mobile 12 v / 220 v freezer chest, under table
  • Saloon seats and table, (access to windlass control box and water tank under front seating)
  • 3 opening ventilation windows up front and one above stove
  • SALOON Under seat saloon STORAGE, Port side food storage and fridge compressor unit
  • Starboard side storage:  Various pressure pumps in plastic tub, Medical kit..2 boxes, Bin with plumbing fittings and hose clamps, Bin with electrical wire..various gauges, Box with stainless bolts, nuts, screws etc., Airpump dinghy
  • Yanmar Engine spares...on elevated shelf
  • 2x spare alternators..working condition
  • 1x second hand starter,..working condition
  • 2x solenoid switches
  • 1 x ignition switch
  • Old salt waterpump, Jabsco
  • Spare impellers, filters, bearings, relay, seals in small plastic container
  • Numerous V belts in plastic container
  • Bosun’s chair
  • Powertools..grinder x 2 , drill...220v
  • Set of drill bits
  • Gas blow torch
  • Set of various ss shackles and thimbles and fittings in plastic box
  • Electrical box and bag with multimeter, soldering iron, circuit breakers, fuses and light bulbs, crimps and crimping tool, insolation tape, cable ties etc.
  • Full socket and ring set spanners
  • Grab bag with various tools
NAVIGATION STATION
  • Compass
  • 12v DC control panel at nav station, (pumps, DC outlets, cabin lights bathroom lights, nav instruments, nav lights, vhf radio, bilge pumps, fridge control, DC generator breaker)
  • VHF radio
  • Icom VHF handheld radio - New 2018
  • Two ship to shore handheld 29 mk CB radios
  • Wind and depth instruments
  • Portable Huawei Tablet with GPS and Navionics charts, weather apps and mobile phone and internet access inshore - New 2018
  • Iridium Go satellite connection hotspot ( 5 devices) with weather app, voice call and EMERGENCY ALERT CALLS - New 2018
  • Battery charge level indicator
  • 220v AC outlet below nav station
  • 12c DC outlet
  • 12v to 115v inverter..400w in DC outlet for 115v equipment
  • 220v to 115v inverter of 400w for 115v equipment
  • 2000w 220v inverter, behind sliding door on starboard side - New 2018
  • Small vacuum cleaner with 115 VOLT charger
  • Remote control for windlass below nav station - New 2018
  • 2x binoculars
PORT ENGINE ROOM
  • General arrangement as per starboard side.
  • 30 hp Yanmar engine with through hull drive leg.
  • Cooling water through drive leg water port.
  • No sea cocks.
  • Automatic bilge pump ( set in DC panel at nav station)
  • 1x 12v deep cycle house battery..
  • 1x 12v starter battery...new July 2017
  • EMERGENGY ISOLATER SWITCH for 12v starter battery in event of engine room electrical fire
  • Hot water geyser through port engine coolant circulation.\
  • 12 v DC wiring direct to Aquagen DC generator starter in port forward double cabin
STARBOARD ENGINE ROOM
  • 30 hp Yanmar marine diesel engine with through hull drive leg
  • No sea cocks
  • Water supply for engine cooling jabsco pump via drive leg water port
  • Solar inverter/ controller
  • One 12 deep cycle gel battery with isolater/connector switch to port side gel house battery
  • EMERGENCY ISOLATER SWITCH for house battery in case of electrical house fire
  • One 12 v engine start battery (New July 2017) with EMERGENCY ISOLATER SWITCH in case of engine room electrical fire
  • One EMERGENCY START isolator switch in case of flat starting battery in port or starboard engine room
  • 12v DC connection cables from house battery to inverter.
  • EMERGENCY TRIP/ RESET BREAKER FOR WINDLASS.
  • 12v LED lighting.
  • Automatic bilge pump ( set in DC panel ..nav station and set to auto on separate switch)
ANCHOR HATCH/CHAIN LOCKER
  • 2 propane gas bottles
  • Windlass with 100m anchor rope and 60 m 10mm galvanized short link chain on main 25 kg plough anchor over bowroller
  • Spare stainless steel reef anchor..15 kg with 60 m 10 mm galvanized short link chain
  • SafetyRope lock for anchor
  • Rubber mallet for windlass lock
  • Extra Up/ down electric switches for windlass in anchor hatch
  • Spare rope and buoys
  • EMERGENCY TILLER ARM
  • Mooring hook
  • Storage for reefing lines
AQUAGEN WATERMAKER OPERATION
  • DC generator with 260 liter per hour fresh water maker. (60 gal)-new 2018
  • Starting up procedure
  • Open deck ventilation hatch and raise bed top
  • Open sea cock valve under floorboard
  • Open exhaust sea cock
  • Set throttle to 50% open
  • Switch on circuit breaker on DC panel ( nav station top)
  • Start engine with ignition key
  • CHECK WATER-FLOW over board and exhaust
  • Increase rpm to 2800 rpm
  • Run for 10 minutes to top up battery charge
  • Switch on high pressure pump while holding down short-break switch for 30seconds
  • Ensure product water flow valve is set to tank position
  • When green light shows, start closing pressure valve (clockwise) to increase pressure slowly while monitoring pressure till 750 psi is reached. NEVER OVER PRESSURIZE
  • Check product flow meters which combined production should be around 160 to 180 liter ph( 40 to 50 gal)
  • Run for about one hour or till tank overflows. (tank capacity 250l)
  • Shutting down procedure
  • Depressurize pressure valve ( anti clockwise) till zero pressure shows
  • Run for 3 minutes to flush brine
  • Switch off high pressure pump
  • Reduce rpm to 50% throttle and run for 2 minutes
  • Switch off engine by closing throttle completely
  • Push and hold down fresh water flush button for 3 minutes to flush membranes with fresh water.
  • Switch off ignition / starter switch
  • Close exhaust shutoff valve
  • Close sea cock shutoff valve
  • Close bed top and deck ventilation hatch
WATERMAKER MAINTENANCE
  • Maintenance watermaker
  • ///NB Run watermaker at least every three days to ensure membranes are flushed.
  • /// NB If not needed to make water, flush with fresh water every 7 days to protect membranes( switch on circuit breaker in DC panel, switch on ignition key, hold down fresh water flush button for three minutes..and check water flow overboard..30 liter required)
  • Always Check for water-leaks
  • The DC generator can be used to charge batteries at 2800 rpm without switching on the watermaker (sea cock and exhaust shutoff valves should be open before starting)
  • Check pre filter elements every 3 months and replace if blocked.
  • Check manuals for further maintenance and FAULTFINDING
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
  • 1x Port rear cabin on floor
  • Port front cabin..locker shelf Loose powder for engine room fire..
  • 1x Kitchen next to stove
  • 1x below nav station
  • 1x starboard cabin on floor.
  • 1x starboard engine room.
SAFETY EQUIPMENT
  • Flares .....position...blue grab bag
  • Fire extinguishers ...position.
  • 8 life jackets in port forward cabin
  • Offshore Life raft mounted below stern
  • Inflatable stand up board and paddle
  • Dinghy 4.5 m Achilles semi rigid inflatable with 15 hp Yamaha outboard..dinghy new 2018,,,engine new 2013
  • Life rings and dan bouy on stern.
  • Safety harness x 6 ( port forward cabin) and deck safety lines on port and starboard deck
  • Heavy duty emergency rigging cutters in cockpit hatch
  • Emergency steering ..port and starboard deck ( emergency steering handle in anchor hatch)
  • Portable Irridium go sattelite coms and portable navigation tablet with internal and blue tooth GPS connection.
  • Portable hand held vhf radio
  • Binoculars
  • Horn, mirror, handheld compass in grab bag
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.

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Contact - Phillip Berman
The Multihull Company

Located in Philadelphia, PA

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: 484-686-5363
FAX: 215-508-2706
Email: Phil@multihullcompany.com
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