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About This Boat

The Voyage 500 is considered one of the most desirable catamarans for charter companies due to her use of space, performance, reliability and durability. Jubilee has never been chartered. The Owner has maintained and upgraded Jubilee with an open checkbook. Her 2013 extensive refit features new upgraded turbo-charged 75 hp Yanmar engines with SD 60 sail drives, new cockpit Isinglass cockpit enclosure, new sail covers and added refrigeration.    This boat is ideally suited for navigation in the shallow waters of Florida and the Bahamas, it's tower provides unlimited visibility of the reefs while navigating across the banks and facilitates deep sea fishing in and around the Gulf Stream. 

The interior, including cabinet interiors and shelves is all gel-coated or epoxy painted fiberglass, Corian, plastic or real wood. There are not any vinyl head or other liners. The interior decking is rubber and the exterior decking is non-skid gelcoat. Hence the long-term appearance is excellent with minimal maintenance.

The boat was built in 1999 by Voyage Yachts in Cape Town, South Africa as an owner specified variation of their Mayotte 500 model. It has only had one owner and has never been in charter.

Be sure to see the videos!


Additional Details

Measurements

LOA 49.6 feet (waterline 47”)

Beam.  27.1

Draft 3’ 10”

Displacement 22,730 lb  (Voyage specification)

Mast height off WL is 68.1 ft

 

Cabins

4 with queen sized berths (one converted to storage with single berth)

 

Heads

 

Four with sinks, Jabsco electric heads and showers

 

Rigging and Sails

Aluminum mast  68 feet off waterline

Fully batten Dacron  main with reefing (775 square feet)

Lazy jacks stack/pack main sail system with cover

Twin pro-furl headsails

Twin headsails with jib and 170% roller furling Genoa (added I beam for support of bow sprit) with covers

Mast steps and safety strap

 

Winches

Two Anderson #52 2-speed (port electric)

One Anderson #46 2 speed ST aux

Two Barient #37 2 speed ST aux

Electric winch handle for genoa

 

Engines and Fuel

Two 4JH4 TE Yanmar Diesels with SD60 sail drives (3 blade fixed aluminum props) (2013)

Stainless steel fuel tanks 2, 120 gallons diesel each

Aluminum 1, gas fuel for dinghy

 

Electronics

KVH M7 Sat TV- US CTRL PNL LNB (2007)

20” TV flat screen in main salon

Garmin 3210 GPS plotter (2007)

Garmin GSD 22 Sounder (I KW transducer)

 

Uniden ES M525 VHF

Garmin GHR 41 Radar Dome 4KW

Raytheon ST 6000 Type 100 Autopilot with remote in cabin and tower

Raymarine Smart Pilot S-2

Furuno FCV 585 fish finder (600W tri-ducer) (2009)

Pioneer stereo with salon and cockpit. Speakers

ACR Globalfix 406MHZ EPIRB

3 ICOM  VHF radios ( nav station, cockpit helm and tower helm)

Raymarine tri-data screens at helm and tower

 

Battery/Electrical

50 Amp Shore power from either port or starboard connection

2 Separate marine  starter maintenance free 

8 maintenance free deep cycle 6 volt house batteries with next step voltage regulators

Heart Interface Freedom 25 25 00watt inverter/charger with link controller

9.5 KW Phasor Generator (2450 hrs as of 10/29/2018) (new heat exchanger in 2013)  silenced underwater exhaust

4.5 KW Northern Lights Generator (backup gen)

 

Galley

Propane stove and oven

Microwave oven

120 Volt ice u-line icemaker (2013)

Salt water /fresh water/drinking water 

Boat has piped drinking water supply from 5 gallon bottles to sink and icemaker

120 Volt water cooled chest freezer with holding plates (2013) (has air cooled Seafrost system as backup)

 

Ground Tackle

88 lb Delta anchor with approx. 200 feet of 3/8 chain

Additional Fortress FX-37 with approx. 15 ft 3/8 chain and 150 feet of ¾ Nylon rode 

Lofrans Tigress  bi-directional anchor windlass with hand held remote controls

¾ Nylon bridal with ss anchor chain hook

 

Safety and Firefighting

Engine rooms two  Seafire 1.5 kg and one Fireboy  2.5# 

Three dry chemical extinguishers

 

Additional details

Fiberglass roof over cockpit with Eisen glass enclosure 

Aluminum I beam reinforcement under cabin deck from fore to stern bulkheads

open walkway through to stern (a modification made also by Voyage  in later years)

Dingy davit with boom extension lift

Ocean going Bomar cast aluminum with four dog hatches (4 Lewmars replaced)

Exterior (under bow) 20Gal Aluminum gasoline tank for dinghy fuel and 60 gallons extra 

Total water capacity was increased to 320 gals (the boat does not have a water maker)

Both electric and engine heat exchange hot water

The boat does not have any grey or black water holding tanks 

Tuna tower with engine controls, fathometer and remote steering control through autopilot 

Conversion of one of original four cabins into Stern /storage/generator room

Fresh water hot and cold wash down at stern swim ladder

Removable fish cleaning table at stern with salt water washdown

 

2013 Refit

 

  • Two 16K Marine Air AC units for the stern cabins and main salon (forward cabins have 7K units) 
  • Engines were replaced with new 72HP turbo charged Yanmar 4JH4TE diesels and new SD60   saildrive units. The two blade folding props noted in the survey were replaced with three blade rubber hub aluminum props. (This boat usually has 52 HP Yanmar engines which were not able to maintain its hull speed of 9 knots into wind). The new engines are less noisy, have the ability to change the oil in the sail drive without hauling, have top speed 10K+ and can maintain 9 knots against wind and waves. (370 hours on new engines as of November 2018).
  • new insulation and bilge pumps in engine rooms
  • Replaced all canvas, eisenglass  and sail covers
  • Sails were cleaned and re-stitched
  • Rigging surveyed and repaired as noted
  • Rebuild of refrigeration system which now has chest freezer, chest refrigerator both with water cooled 110V compressor and air cooled 110V backup system. 
  • New 110 V Uline icemaker 

 

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.customContactInformation

Please call Cal Landau at The Multihull Company at 561-312-0010 or e-mail cal@multihullcompany.com to see this unique catamaran.

Managing Broker

Contact - Cal Landau
The Multihull Company

Located in West Palm Beach, FL

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: 561-312-0010
Email: Cal@multihullcompany.com
View Cal Landau's Profile

Boat Specifications

Year

1999

Length

50 ft

Location

Bahamas

Price

329,000

Status

Active

Make

Voyage

Model

Mayotte

Name

JUBILIEE

Boat Video

Additional Specs

Keel

Engines

Make: Yanmar

Model:

Type: Inboard

Fuel: diesel

Power: 75|horsepower

Year: 2013

Hours: 350

Location: Port



Make: Yanmar

Model:

Type: Inboard

Fuel: diesel

Power: 75|horsepower

Year: 2013

Hours: 350

Location: Starboard



About This Boat

The Voyage 500 is considered one of the most desirable catamarans for charter companies due to her use of space, performance, reliability and durability. Jubilee has never been chartered. The Owner has maintained and upgraded Jubilee with an open checkbook. Her 2013 extensive refit features new upgraded turbo-charged 75 hp Yanmar engines with SD 60 sail drives, new cockpit Isinglass cockpit enclosure, new sail covers and added refrigeration.    This boat is ideally suited for navigation in the shallow waters of Florida and the Bahamas, it's tower provides unlimited visibility of the reefs while navigating across the banks and facilitates deep sea fishing in and around the Gulf Stream. 

The interior, including cabinet interiors and shelves is all gel-coated or epoxy painted fiberglass, Corian, plastic or real wood. There are not any vinyl head or other liners. The interior decking is rubber and the exterior decking is non-skid gelcoat. Hence the long-term appearance is excellent with minimal maintenance.

The boat was built in 1999 by Voyage Yachts in Cape Town, South Africa as an owner specified variation of their Mayotte 500 model. It has only had one owner and has never been in charter.

Be sure to see the videos!


Additional Details

Measurements

LOA 49.6 feet (waterline 47”)

Beam.  27.1

Draft 3’ 10”

Displacement 22,730 lb  (Voyage specification)

Mast height off WL is 68.1 ft

 

Cabins

4 with queen sized berths (one converted to storage with single berth)

 

Heads

 

Four with sinks, Jabsco electric heads and showers

 

Rigging and Sails

Aluminum mast  68 feet off waterline

Fully batten Dacron  main with reefing (775 square feet)

Lazy jacks stack/pack main sail system with cover

Twin pro-furl headsails

Twin headsails with jib and 170% roller furling Genoa (added I beam for support of bow sprit) with covers

Mast steps and safety strap

 

Winches

Two Anderson #52 2-speed (port electric)

One Anderson #46 2 speed ST aux

Two Barient #37 2 speed ST aux

Electric winch handle for genoa

 

Engines and Fuel

Two 4JH4 TE Yanmar Diesels with SD60 sail drives (3 blade fixed aluminum props) (2013)

Stainless steel fuel tanks 2, 120 gallons diesel each

Aluminum 1, gas fuel for dinghy

 

Electronics

KVH M7 Sat TV- US CTRL PNL LNB (2007)

20” TV flat screen in main salon

Garmin 3210 GPS plotter (2007)

Garmin GSD 22 Sounder (I KW transducer)

 

Uniden ES M525 VHF

Garmin GHR 41 Radar Dome 4KW

Raytheon ST 6000 Type 100 Autopilot with remote in cabin and tower

Raymarine Smart Pilot S-2

Furuno FCV 585 fish finder (600W tri-ducer) (2009)

Pioneer stereo with salon and cockpit. Speakers

ACR Globalfix 406MHZ EPIRB

3 ICOM  VHF radios ( nav station, cockpit helm and tower helm)

Raymarine tri-data screens at helm and tower

 

Battery/Electrical

50 Amp Shore power from either port or starboard connection

2 Separate marine  starter maintenance free 

8 maintenance free deep cycle 6 volt house batteries with next step voltage regulators

Heart Interface Freedom 25 25 00watt inverter/charger with link controller

9.5 KW Phasor Generator (2450 hrs as of 10/29/2018) (new heat exchanger in 2013)  silenced underwater exhaust

4.5 KW Northern Lights Generator (backup gen)

 

Galley

Propane stove and oven

Microwave oven

120 Volt ice u-line icemaker (2013)

Salt water /fresh water/drinking water 

Boat has piped drinking water supply from 5 gallon bottles to sink and icemaker

120 Volt water cooled chest freezer with holding plates (2013) (has air cooled Seafrost system as backup)

 

Ground Tackle

88 lb Delta anchor with approx. 200 feet of 3/8 chain

Additional Fortress FX-37 with approx. 15 ft 3/8 chain and 150 feet of ¾ Nylon rode 

Lofrans Tigress  bi-directional anchor windlass with hand held remote controls

¾ Nylon bridal with ss anchor chain hook

 

Safety and Firefighting

Engine rooms two  Seafire 1.5 kg and one Fireboy  2.5# 

Three dry chemical extinguishers

 

Additional details

Fiberglass roof over cockpit with Eisen glass enclosure 

Aluminum I beam reinforcement under cabin deck from fore to stern bulkheads

open walkway through to stern (a modification made also by Voyage  in later years)

Dingy davit with boom extension lift

Ocean going Bomar cast aluminum with four dog hatches (4 Lewmars replaced)

Exterior (under bow) 20Gal Aluminum gasoline tank for dinghy fuel and 60 gallons extra 

Total water capacity was increased to 320 gals (the boat does not have a water maker)

Both electric and engine heat exchange hot water

The boat does not have any grey or black water holding tanks 

Tuna tower with engine controls, fathometer and remote steering control through autopilot 

Conversion of one of original four cabins into Stern /storage/generator room

Fresh water hot and cold wash down at stern swim ladder

Removable fish cleaning table at stern with salt water washdown

 

2013 Refit

 

  • Two 16K Marine Air AC units for the stern cabins and main salon (forward cabins have 7K units) 
  • Engines were replaced with new 72HP turbo charged Yanmar 4JH4TE diesels and new SD60   saildrive units. The two blade folding props noted in the survey were replaced with three blade rubber hub aluminum props. (This boat usually has 52 HP Yanmar engines which were not able to maintain its hull speed of 9 knots into wind). The new engines are less noisy, have the ability to change the oil in the sail drive without hauling, have top speed 10K+ and can maintain 9 knots against wind and waves. (370 hours on new engines as of November 2018).
  • new insulation and bilge pumps in engine rooms
  • Replaced all canvas, eisenglass  and sail covers
  • Sails were cleaned and re-stitched
  • Rigging surveyed and repaired as noted
  • Rebuild of refrigeration system which now has chest freezer, chest refrigerator both with water cooled 110V compressor and air cooled 110V backup system. 
  • New 110 V Uline icemaker 

 

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.customContactInformation

Please call Cal Landau at The Multihull Company at 561-312-0010 or e-mail cal@multihullcompany.com to see this unique catamaran.

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Managing Broker

Contact - Cal Landau
The Multihull Company

Located in West Palm Beach, FL

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: 561-312-0010
Email: Cal@multihullcompany.com
View Cal Landau's Profile
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