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About This Boat

Lolalita is a gorgeous, Mercedes quality Privilege catamaran built by Alliaura Marine in France to Bureau Veritas standards. She is operated and cared for by a professional captain and crew who have worked passionately for an owner who has invested in her heavily over the past several years.

Lolalita was on the hard and secured in Virgin Gorda when hurricane Irma hit. She sustained some hull damage that was repaired and was then taken to Fort Lauderdale for additional repairs and a total refit. Serious buyers will be sent a total report. With new engines and new just about everything she is a turn-key cat, ideal for global voyaging or she can continue to operate in luxury crewed charter as she has for the past several years.

Far too often when people are investigating the purchase of a large catamaran they fail to fully account for what it really costs to refit, sustain and keep a catamaran of this size in top flight condition. Lolalita stands apart from the others for this very reason - she is a fully refitted yacht that is operating in crewed charter and therefore must always remain in perfect working order. A yachts reputation is everything in the charter business, and Lolalita has earned hers with flying colors.

Lolalita is ideal for anyone who wants to continue to operate her in crewed charter, or a superb boat for a family to do a world voyage, or ideal for expeditionary adventures because - as everyone knows - these catamarans are built stout, to a level of quality that cannot be matched by the large volume production builders. Take her to the far North or the far South and this yacht will stand up to the rigors of the worst you can toss at her. 

Examine her extensive inventory, her unbelievable refit history, and you will quickly see that Lolalita is at the top of the pack for anyone looking for a catamaran of this size under 1 million dollars. Just call or ask us for details you may need and we will respond quickly. 


Additional Details

REFIT HISTORY ~ 2018

Lolalita is a 1996 Privilege 65 that was in dry dock at Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour, British Virgin Islands, during Hurricane Irma on September 6th 2017. 

During the storm the vessel was blown off it’s chocks onto the gravel ground. An initial survey on 28th September revealed damage to the hull around both keels and the port rudder. The starboard rudder post pushed through the hull. Both props and prop shafts were damaged. A neighboring boat pierced the starboard hull mid-ships leaving a hole and damaging the interior cabinetry. Both engine rooms were flooded with rainwater to roughly half way up the engine. A mast inspection conducted later on December 20th, 2017 revealed the standing rigging was intact showing only areas of flaking paint and no signs of impact damage. 

Due to the overwhelming number of damaged boats Lolalita was relocated to Fort Lauderdale, Forida, using a container ship for a faster and professional completion of the repair and refit. A temporary fiberglass patch was applied to the stern section of the hull around the rudder so that she could be towed to the cargo ship before being craned on. 

She arrived in Fort Lauderdale 29th August 2018 and was towed to Lauderdale Marine Center where Multitech was contracted to carry out the remaining work under the management of the Captain, except the navigation electronics which were provided by MazOcean. The owners decided to use the opportunity to not only repair the damage but to upgrade all aspects of the vessel. 

The boat was re-launched nine months later at the beginning of May 2019 and several sea trials were conducted between Florida and the Bahamas, with follow up work conducted at Royal Palme Marina and Bahia Mar in Fort Lauderdale. Final work was completed by 29th of May and the boat left to the Bahamas to fulfil charters that had been booked. The boat was then sailed down to Panama for hurricane season and then all the way back up to the British Virgin Islands for the start of the 2019/20 charter season in November. At the time of writing (May 2020) the boat has sailed over four thousand nautical miles and delivered over ten charters without any mechanical issues. 

Since Hurricane Irma, the insurance company paid out $480,000 in cash settlement. The owners invested a further $720,000 of their own funds for upgrades bringing the total cost of the repair and upgrades to $1.2million. Before the boat left Fort Lauderdale an insurance valuation survey was performed concluding the boat worth $1.3 million. The boat was then covered with it’s existing insurance policy provided by Yachtinsure to a value of $1,205,000.00

RECENT UPGRADES

Below is a list of all the work that was put into Lolalita during the refit + repair: 

  • 2 x Yanmar 4LHA-HTP 160   horsepower diesel engines
  • 2 x Microcommanders (engine controls), micro processors, control head, control cables and wiring harnesses
  • 2 x Onan 24kw diesel generators
  • 2 x Mastervolt Mass 24/100 battery chargers
  • Victron Multiplus 24v/3000W/230v inverter
  • 2 x Isotemp 40l water heaters
  • Sea recovery Aquawisper compact 1800 watermaker 80gph
  • 2 x Dometic MTCGX 48k BTU A/C Chillers  230v/60hz/3ph with new plumbing and insulation. New cables to main panel and breakers
  • 2 x Invertek 7.5hp frequency drives
  • 2 x  Scot raw water pump and 1 x scot chill water pump for A/C
  • Fiberglass rebuild of hole in mid-ship hull, starboard hull from keel to stern. New starboard rudder post and all supporting shelves and bulkheads. Repairs of compression damage to port side between keel and stern.
  • Topside gelcoat repairs covering all cracks and dents
  • New paint job on hulls from antifouling line to toe rail and sugar scoop. Awlgrip 545 grey epoxy prime and Awlgrip AWLCRAFT ‘Whisper Grey’
  • Mast & boom repainted using Awlgrip AWLCRAFT 2000 white
  • Engine rooms repainted 
  • Teak deck sanded
  • Rebuild starboard side cabinetry in laundry area. Re-finish to match existing wood.
  • Water tanks fiberglassed and repainted 
  • Port Battery box rebuilt 
  • Carbon fibre repair on boom
  • Sand hull back to fiberglass, prime and paint two layers of antifoul paint
  • Splendide Compact Dryer and washer and new throughhull
  • 6 x 3700 GPH Rule bilge pumps, float switches and wiring
  • New instrument panels at nav station
  • 4 x brass through hulls replaced in engine rooms 
  • 16 x Fullriver  6V 250amp hour deep cycle marine AGM batteries
  • 2 x Dynajet bronze 3 blade propellers
  • 2 x rudder bearings and Volvo shaft seals
  • Anchor locker repainted
  • New lewmar Deck hatch portside
  • Starboard deck hatch re-installed
  • New Goulds ½ HP Shallow well jet pump
  • New jabsco 24 DC water pump
  • New headliners in master cabin, 3 guest cabins and laundry area
  • 6 x New sea dog line vents and 5 x clam shell vents
  • New custom acrylic windows in salon
  • Lewmar hydraulic power pack serviced and new motor
  • Hydraulic power pack control board replacement
  • New hydraulic hoses to mast and in boom
  • Rebuild all hydraulic cylinders in boom
  • Rebuild hydraulic steering cylinders
  • 2 x Lewmar hydraulic winches on mast
  • 4 x Seablaze X2 Spectrum underwater lights
  • New rub rails on sugar scoop
  • New LED spreader lights
  • All new mast cables for lights and navigation equipment
  • 9 air handlers removed and serviced
  • 9 new deck hatch catches
  • 4 x Deka 24m starting batteries
  • 2 x new acrylic covers in cockpit
  • New water tank level gauge
  • New Garmin navigation electronics:  2 x Garmin 10” Touchscreen GPS chartplotters, 2 x ICOM VHF w/ internal GPS & AIS, GNX 20 bundle Depth/Speed/Wind with monochrome display, DST800 depth/speed/temp transducer & masthead unit, 2  x GMI color LCD display unit, Xdcr Chirp Depth transducer, GMR 18 x HD 4KW radar, Simrad AP44 Autopilot controller with wireless remote
  • Marantz SR7013 receiver for interior sound
  • 44’ Samsung 4k TC
  • 27’ iMac desktop computer
  • Kicker marine amplifier, Fusion control unit, JBL  6” cockpit speakers, Wetsound Rev 10” Bow speakers
  • Lewmar V5 windlass
  • Rocna 55kg anchor and 500ft of stainless steel chain
  • 8 x BCDs and subgear regulators
  • Brownies YachtPro 55 Bauer Dive compressor
  • All new bimini canvassing and side shades
  • New helm bimini and frame constructed
  • New Mainsail, genoa and jib halyards and reefing lines
  • New dinghy chaps
  • 2 x holding tank pumps
  • 4 x Jabsco grey water pumps
  • 4 x inflatable mega fenders and covers

 

DIMENSIONS + DETAILS
  • Brand: Privilege
  • Model: 65
  • Designer: Jeantot Marine
  • Year: 1996
  • BVI Flag
  • LOA:  65’
  • LWL:  59’
  • Beam:  35’
  • Draft:  5’9”
  • Bridge Clearance:  110’
  • Displacement: 90 GT
  • Cruising Speed: 8 kts 
  • Max Speed: 10 kts

 

TANKAGE + PLUMBING
  • Fuel: 2 x 750 L
  • Water: 2 x 1100 L
  • Holdings: 2 x 350 L
  • Hot water heater:  Isotemp 40 L
  • Head and showers: 4 "guest" ensuite non-wethead with seat, 2 crew wethead style, 2 outside showers on sugar scoops
POWER
  • 2 x Cummins Onan 24kw generator with 3000 hours - June 2020
  • LED ceiling lighting
  • a/c:  2 x 48,000 Dometic Chillers
  • Mastervolt Battery Monitor System
  • 2 x 50' 50 amp shore power cord
  • US style electrical sockets:  110v
  • Inverter:  Victron, Multi-plus 24v/3000w ~ 2019
INTERIOR LAYOUT + AMENITIES
  • Cabins: 4
  • Charter version
  • 4 guest cabins + 2 crew cabins
  • Sleeps: 8+4 crew = 12 total
  • Wood and leather headliners throughout
  • Flooring: High gloss Teak + Holly 
  • Maple, adjustable custom-made coffee table, Grenadian Teak
  • Salon table:  Maple, adjustable custom-made coffee table, Grenadian teak, varnished with storage
  • Ample cabinets in every guest and crew cabin
  • 2 hanging lockers in master bedroom, 1 large in all other 5 cabins
  • 2 cabin fans in master cabin and 1 in crew cabin
  • Bosch stacked washer & dryer - New 2014
  • Port forward crew cabin accessible through galley, single bed starboard crew cabin accessible through outside hatch, bunk-style beds, sink and vanity, mirror, storage compartments, Jabsco saltwater head, wet head freshwater shower, ample cabinet space and hanging closet

 

GALLEY
  • Refrigerator(s):  Liebherr 170L, Liebherr 180L, Beko 260L, Uline bar fridge 75L, Uline icemachine, 20lb
  • Freezer(s):  2 x whirlpool stand-up freezers, 350L each
  • Sink(s):  Salon bar 12” deepwell, Galley stewardess station 14” deepwell, Galley main sink with sinkerator garbage disposa; 16” deepwell, guest cabins, 18”oval, all polished stainless steel
  • Whirlpool 4 burner stove
  • Fischer and paykel OB24 oven
  • Corian cobalt blue flint countertops
NAVIGATION + ELECTRONICS
  • Navigation station in salon located on port side
  • 2 x Garmin 7610xsv,10” Touchscreen chartplotter
  • Garmin XDCR Chirp
  • Garmin gWind and gRace
  • SIMRAD AP44 Autopilot
  • ICOM M424G VHF
  • Iridium GO Satellite phone system
  • Garmin GMR 18 x HD 4KW Radar
  • Plastimo compass

 

 

SAILS + RIGGING
  • Doyle mainsail
  • Doyle jib
  • Custom carbon fiber mast + boom ~ 90'
  • Mast/Rigging inspected yearly by FKG SXM, last inspection October 2015.
  • Outer shrouds 16mm
  • Norseman fittings with new polished stainless steel turnbuckles - 2015
  • Forestay - Norseman fittings
  • Running rigging:  All Dyneemma, much of it new ~ 2019
  • Doyle stack pack with lazy jacks new in 2013 and serviced yearly with new zippers and straps
  • Both sails on furlers have new UV protection (2014)
ON DECK
  • Winches:  Lewmar 77 (x2) hydraulic, Lewmar 58 (x2), Lewmar 54 (x2)
  • Deck cleats:  6x 18inch low profile stainless steel cleats with backing plates; 2x 24inch Custom bollard style stainless steel cleats with backing plates; 2x 18inch Custom bollard style stainless steel cleats with backing plates
  • Cockpit seating + table:  Folding table, varnished teak, seats 8
  • Portable Weber BBQ
  • Rocna 55kg primary anchor with 5/8", 500' chain
  • Secondary anchor:  Fortress FX-125, 300' - tristrand ¾”
  • Deck shower:  2 located on sugar scoop with hot + cold
  • Bimini:  Custom FRP and stainless steel structure with remote controlled LED lighting and custom waterproof sunbrella curtains and sunshade
  • Custom Sunbrella UV hatch covers, 25
  • Ronstan Frederiksen Batten car
  • Lewmar V5 Windlass
  • White mesh trampoline
  • Bumpers:  4 x megafend with covers 5 x various brand with covers 
  • Dock lines:  8 5/8" braided 
  • Davits:  Custom mounted on a custom-made stern dive platform
  • Opening hatches:  Lewmar, 25 of various sizes with mesh/solid Oceanair shades
New Makrolon polycarbonate glass installed in 2014

  • UV window covers:  Large UV window cover over salon windows on outside, Black, professionally made and installed UV window covers inside salon
  • Custom Sunbrella UV hatch covers
  • 1 sea kayak
  • Assorted rods, reels + tackle
  • 3 x paddleboards, water ski, wakeboard
TENDER
  • Aruba 13' Inflatable ~ 2015
  • Evinrude 40hp engine
SAFETY
  • Viking 8 man life raft ~ New 2019
  • Various flares as MCA requirement
  • 20 adult life jackets + 6 child
  • MOB gear:  MOM mounted on stern, dan buoy
  • Ditch bag
  • Medical kit
  • EPIRB:  ACR 2017
  • 6 electric bilge pumps 
  • 2 manual bilge pumps 
  • Stainless steel emergency tiller
  • Assorted tools and spares
  • Fog Horn
  • Bell
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

1996

Length

65 ft

Location

Grenada

Price

849,000

Status

Active

Make

Privilege

Model

65

Name

LOLALITA

Boat Video

Additional Specs

Keel

Twin Keel

Engines

Make: YANMAR

Model: 4LHA-HTP

Type: Inboard

Fuel: diesel

Power: 160|horsepower

Year:

Hours: 900

Location: Starboard



Make: YANMAR

Model: 4LHA-HTP

Type: Inboard

Fuel: diesel

Power: 160|horsepower

Year:

Hours: 900

Location: Port



About This Boat

Lolalita is a gorgeous, Mercedes quality Privilege catamaran built by Alliaura Marine in France to Bureau Veritas standards. She is operated and cared for by a professional captain and crew who have worked passionately for an owner who has invested in her heavily over the past several years.

Lolalita was on the hard and secured in Virgin Gorda when hurricane Irma hit. She sustained some hull damage that was repaired and was then taken to Fort Lauderdale for additional repairs and a total refit. Serious buyers will be sent a total report. With new engines and new just about everything she is a turn-key cat, ideal for global voyaging or she can continue to operate in luxury crewed charter as she has for the past several years.

Far too often when people are investigating the purchase of a large catamaran they fail to fully account for what it really costs to refit, sustain and keep a catamaran of this size in top flight condition. Lolalita stands apart from the others for this very reason - she is a fully refitted yacht that is operating in crewed charter and therefore must always remain in perfect working order. A yachts reputation is everything in the charter business, and Lolalita has earned hers with flying colors.

Lolalita is ideal for anyone who wants to continue to operate her in crewed charter, or a superb boat for a family to do a world voyage, or ideal for expeditionary adventures because - as everyone knows - these catamarans are built stout, to a level of quality that cannot be matched by the large volume production builders. Take her to the far North or the far South and this yacht will stand up to the rigors of the worst you can toss at her. 

Examine her extensive inventory, her unbelievable refit history, and you will quickly see that Lolalita is at the top of the pack for anyone looking for a catamaran of this size under 1 million dollars. Just call or ask us for details you may need and we will respond quickly. 


Additional Details

REFIT HISTORY ~ 2018

Lolalita is a 1996 Privilege 65 that was in dry dock at Virgin Gorda Yacht Harbour, British Virgin Islands, during Hurricane Irma on September 6th 2017. 

During the storm the vessel was blown off it’s chocks onto the gravel ground. An initial survey on 28th September revealed damage to the hull around both keels and the port rudder. The starboard rudder post pushed through the hull. Both props and prop shafts were damaged. A neighboring boat pierced the starboard hull mid-ships leaving a hole and damaging the interior cabinetry. Both engine rooms were flooded with rainwater to roughly half way up the engine. A mast inspection conducted later on December 20th, 2017 revealed the standing rigging was intact showing only areas of flaking paint and no signs of impact damage. 

Due to the overwhelming number of damaged boats Lolalita was relocated to Fort Lauderdale, Forida, using a container ship for a faster and professional completion of the repair and refit. A temporary fiberglass patch was applied to the stern section of the hull around the rudder so that she could be towed to the cargo ship before being craned on. 

She arrived in Fort Lauderdale 29th August 2018 and was towed to Lauderdale Marine Center where Multitech was contracted to carry out the remaining work under the management of the Captain, except the navigation electronics which were provided by MazOcean. The owners decided to use the opportunity to not only repair the damage but to upgrade all aspects of the vessel. 

The boat was re-launched nine months later at the beginning of May 2019 and several sea trials were conducted between Florida and the Bahamas, with follow up work conducted at Royal Palme Marina and Bahia Mar in Fort Lauderdale. Final work was completed by 29th of May and the boat left to the Bahamas to fulfil charters that had been booked. The boat was then sailed down to Panama for hurricane season and then all the way back up to the British Virgin Islands for the start of the 2019/20 charter season in November. At the time of writing (May 2020) the boat has sailed over four thousand nautical miles and delivered over ten charters without any mechanical issues. 

Since Hurricane Irma, the insurance company paid out $480,000 in cash settlement. The owners invested a further $720,000 of their own funds for upgrades bringing the total cost of the repair and upgrades to $1.2million. Before the boat left Fort Lauderdale an insurance valuation survey was performed concluding the boat worth $1.3 million. The boat was then covered with it’s existing insurance policy provided by Yachtinsure to a value of $1,205,000.00

RECENT UPGRADES

Below is a list of all the work that was put into Lolalita during the refit + repair: 

  • 2 x Yanmar 4LHA-HTP 160   horsepower diesel engines
  • 2 x Microcommanders (engine controls), micro processors, control head, control cables and wiring harnesses
  • 2 x Onan 24kw diesel generators
  • 2 x Mastervolt Mass 24/100 battery chargers
  • Victron Multiplus 24v/3000W/230v inverter
  • 2 x Isotemp 40l water heaters
  • Sea recovery Aquawisper compact 1800 watermaker 80gph
  • 2 x Dometic MTCGX 48k BTU A/C Chillers  230v/60hz/3ph with new plumbing and insulation. New cables to main panel and breakers
  • 2 x Invertek 7.5hp frequency drives
  • 2 x  Scot raw water pump and 1 x scot chill water pump for A/C
  • Fiberglass rebuild of hole in mid-ship hull, starboard hull from keel to stern. New starboard rudder post and all supporting shelves and bulkheads. Repairs of compression damage to port side between keel and stern.
  • Topside gelcoat repairs covering all cracks and dents
  • New paint job on hulls from antifouling line to toe rail and sugar scoop. Awlgrip 545 grey epoxy prime and Awlgrip AWLCRAFT ‘Whisper Grey’
  • Mast & boom repainted using Awlgrip AWLCRAFT 2000 white
  • Engine rooms repainted 
  • Teak deck sanded
  • Rebuild starboard side cabinetry in laundry area. Re-finish to match existing wood.
  • Water tanks fiberglassed and repainted 
  • Port Battery box rebuilt 
  • Carbon fibre repair on boom
  • Sand hull back to fiberglass, prime and paint two layers of antifoul paint
  • Splendide Compact Dryer and washer and new throughhull
  • 6 x 3700 GPH Rule bilge pumps, float switches and wiring
  • New instrument panels at nav station
  • 4 x brass through hulls replaced in engine rooms 
  • 16 x Fullriver  6V 250amp hour deep cycle marine AGM batteries
  • 2 x Dynajet bronze 3 blade propellers
  • 2 x rudder bearings and Volvo shaft seals
  • Anchor locker repainted
  • New lewmar Deck hatch portside
  • Starboard deck hatch re-installed
  • New Goulds ½ HP Shallow well jet pump
  • New jabsco 24 DC water pump
  • New headliners in master cabin, 3 guest cabins and laundry area
  • 6 x New sea dog line vents and 5 x clam shell vents
  • New custom acrylic windows in salon
  • Lewmar hydraulic power pack serviced and new motor
  • Hydraulic power pack control board replacement
  • New hydraulic hoses to mast and in boom
  • Rebuild all hydraulic cylinders in boom
  • Rebuild hydraulic steering cylinders
  • 2 x Lewmar hydraulic winches on mast
  • 4 x Seablaze X2 Spectrum underwater lights
  • New rub rails on sugar scoop
  • New LED spreader lights
  • All new mast cables for lights and navigation equipment
  • 9 air handlers removed and serviced
  • 9 new deck hatch catches
  • 4 x Deka 24m starting batteries
  • 2 x new acrylic covers in cockpit
  • New water tank level gauge
  • New Garmin navigation electronics:  2 x Garmin 10” Touchscreen GPS chartplotters, 2 x ICOM VHF w/ internal GPS & AIS, GNX 20 bundle Depth/Speed/Wind with monochrome display, DST800 depth/speed/temp transducer & masthead unit, 2  x GMI color LCD display unit, Xdcr Chirp Depth transducer, GMR 18 x HD 4KW radar, Simrad AP44 Autopilot controller with wireless remote
  • Marantz SR7013 receiver for interior sound
  • 44’ Samsung 4k TC
  • 27’ iMac desktop computer
  • Kicker marine amplifier, Fusion control unit, JBL  6” cockpit speakers, Wetsound Rev 10” Bow speakers
  • Lewmar V5 windlass
  • Rocna 55kg anchor and 500ft of stainless steel chain
  • 8 x BCDs and subgear regulators
  • Brownies YachtPro 55 Bauer Dive compressor
  • All new bimini canvassing and side shades
  • New helm bimini and frame constructed
  • New Mainsail, genoa and jib halyards and reefing lines
  • New dinghy chaps
  • 2 x holding tank pumps
  • 4 x Jabsco grey water pumps
  • 4 x inflatable mega fenders and covers

 

DIMENSIONS + DETAILS
  • Brand: Privilege
  • Model: 65
  • Designer: Jeantot Marine
  • Year: 1996
  • BVI Flag
  • LOA:  65’
  • LWL:  59’
  • Beam:  35’
  • Draft:  5’9”
  • Bridge Clearance:  110’
  • Displacement: 90 GT
  • Cruising Speed: 8 kts 
  • Max Speed: 10 kts

 

TANKAGE + PLUMBING
  • Fuel: 2 x 750 L
  • Water: 2 x 1100 L
  • Holdings: 2 x 350 L
  • Hot water heater:  Isotemp 40 L
  • Head and showers: 4 "guest" ensuite non-wethead with seat, 2 crew wethead style, 2 outside showers on sugar scoops
POWER
  • 2 x Cummins Onan 24kw generator with 3000 hours - June 2020
  • LED ceiling lighting
  • a/c:  2 x 48,000 Dometic Chillers
  • Mastervolt Battery Monitor System
  • 2 x 50' 50 amp shore power cord
  • US style electrical sockets:  110v
  • Inverter:  Victron, Multi-plus 24v/3000w ~ 2019
INTERIOR LAYOUT + AMENITIES
  • Cabins: 4
  • Charter version
  • 4 guest cabins + 2 crew cabins
  • Sleeps: 8+4 crew = 12 total
  • Wood and leather headliners throughout
  • Flooring: High gloss Teak + Holly 
  • Maple, adjustable custom-made coffee table, Grenadian Teak
  • Salon table:  Maple, adjustable custom-made coffee table, Grenadian teak, varnished with storage
  • Ample cabinets in every guest and crew cabin
  • 2 hanging lockers in master bedroom, 1 large in all other 5 cabins
  • 2 cabin fans in master cabin and 1 in crew cabin
  • Bosch stacked washer & dryer - New 2014
  • Port forward crew cabin accessible through galley, single bed starboard crew cabin accessible through outside hatch, bunk-style beds, sink and vanity, mirror, storage compartments, Jabsco saltwater head, wet head freshwater shower, ample cabinet space and hanging closet

 

GALLEY
  • Refrigerator(s):  Liebherr 170L, Liebherr 180L, Beko 260L, Uline bar fridge 75L, Uline icemachine, 20lb
  • Freezer(s):  2 x whirlpool stand-up freezers, 350L each
  • Sink(s):  Salon bar 12” deepwell, Galley stewardess station 14” deepwell, Galley main sink with sinkerator garbage disposa; 16” deepwell, guest cabins, 18”oval, all polished stainless steel
  • Whirlpool 4 burner stove
  • Fischer and paykel OB24 oven
  • Corian cobalt blue flint countertops
NAVIGATION + ELECTRONICS
  • Navigation station in salon located on port side
  • 2 x Garmin 7610xsv,10” Touchscreen chartplotter
  • Garmin XDCR Chirp
  • Garmin gWind and gRace
  • SIMRAD AP44 Autopilot
  • ICOM M424G VHF
  • Iridium GO Satellite phone system
  • Garmin GMR 18 x HD 4KW Radar
  • Plastimo compass

 

 

SAILS + RIGGING
  • Doyle mainsail
  • Doyle jib
  • Custom carbon fiber mast + boom ~ 90'
  • Mast/Rigging inspected yearly by FKG SXM, last inspection October 2015.
  • Outer shrouds 16mm
  • Norseman fittings with new polished stainless steel turnbuckles - 2015
  • Forestay - Norseman fittings
  • Running rigging:  All Dyneemma, much of it new ~ 2019
  • Doyle stack pack with lazy jacks new in 2013 and serviced yearly with new zippers and straps
  • Both sails on furlers have new UV protection (2014)
ON DECK
  • Winches:  Lewmar 77 (x2) hydraulic, Lewmar 58 (x2), Lewmar 54 (x2)
  • Deck cleats:  6x 18inch low profile stainless steel cleats with backing plates; 2x 24inch Custom bollard style stainless steel cleats with backing plates; 2x 18inch Custom bollard style stainless steel cleats with backing plates
  • Cockpit seating + table:  Folding table, varnished teak, seats 8
  • Portable Weber BBQ
  • Rocna 55kg primary anchor with 5/8", 500' chain
  • Secondary anchor:  Fortress FX-125, 300' - tristrand ¾”
  • Deck shower:  2 located on sugar scoop with hot + cold
  • Bimini:  Custom FRP and stainless steel structure with remote controlled LED lighting and custom waterproof sunbrella curtains and sunshade
  • Custom Sunbrella UV hatch covers, 25
  • Ronstan Frederiksen Batten car
  • Lewmar V5 Windlass
  • White mesh trampoline
  • Bumpers:  4 x megafend with covers 5 x various brand with covers 
  • Dock lines:  8 5/8" braided 
  • Davits:  Custom mounted on a custom-made stern dive platform
  • Opening hatches:  Lewmar, 25 of various sizes with mesh/solid Oceanair shades
New Makrolon polycarbonate glass installed in 2014

  • UV window covers:  Large UV window cover over salon windows on outside, Black, professionally made and installed UV window covers inside salon
  • Custom Sunbrella UV hatch covers
  • 1 sea kayak
  • Assorted rods, reels + tackle
  • 3 x paddleboards, water ski, wakeboard
TENDER
  • Aruba 13' Inflatable ~ 2015
  • Evinrude 40hp engine
SAFETY
  • Viking 8 man life raft ~ New 2019
  • Various flares as MCA requirement
  • 20 adult life jackets + 6 child
  • MOB gear:  MOM mounted on stern, dan buoy
  • Ditch bag
  • Medical kit
  • EPIRB:  ACR 2017
  • 6 electric bilge pumps 
  • 2 manual bilge pumps 
  • Stainless steel emergency tiller
  • Assorted tools and spares
  • Fog Horn
  • Bell
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 - 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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