Anchor Windlass, Lofrans 1500 w overhauled with new chromed winch and barbotin (2009). 100 meters 10mm chain. Anchor switches at the bow and in the cockpit.
1CQR anchor 45 lb, 1 Admiralty about 60 lb.
Life vests, 8 people life raft, life sling rescue belt
RIGGING AND SAILS
-two genoa halyards, two spinnaker halyards, one halyard for staysail, one halyard for spinnaker pole. Backwards one halyard for mainsail, one extra halyard ( used for the boarding gang), one topping lift for the boom. Spare halyards, sheets for all the sails.
- one backstay ( new 2010 with new holmatro hydraulic tensioner) 10mm 1x19
Forestay new 2010 with new electric furling gear from Bamar. Lower shrouds 10mm 1x19, High shrouds in rod. Flying backstays in 1x19. All fixed rigging has been controlled in 2002.
Two spinnaker poles, one steady on the deck. One whisker pole.
Winches, Lewmar, no self tailing, total 12 winches:
- 2 x 55 in the cockpit
- 1 x 40 in the cockpit
- 2 x 65 on the bridge deck
- 2 x 48 on the bridge deck
- 2 x 43 on the roof
- 2 x 40 on the roof
- 1 x 43 at the mast
- Mainsail triradial, North, 2011
- Genoa 130% Murphy & Nye, 2005
- Olimpic jib, Murphy and Nye, old but only once used, perfect condition
- Staysail on hanks, North, rarely used, very good condition
- Mainsail triradial Murphy and Nye, good condition
- Spinnaker North, adapted to gennaker, rarely used
- Second spinnaker North, rarely used
- Mainsail triradial Murphy & Mye, for cruising
Socket for the gennaker. Complete sets of sheets.
All the above sails are in good condition. There are other three or four bags which I would not recommend.
I: 62 ft 18.9 m
J: 9.8 ft 6.04 m
P: 55.7 ft 16.98 m
E: 16 ft 4.88 m
Fore triangle: 613.8 ft² 57 m²
Main: 445.6 ft² 41.4 m²
Genoa 150% 920.7 ft² 85.5 m²
Spinnaker 2210 ft² 205 m²
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By the end of 2009 beginning 2010 the old deck was removed and a new deck was laid. Teak is first quality Burma 13mm, listels are narrower (40 mm including the sika joint), central and coachroof spines are rounded and not square cut.
Some changes have been made to improve the utilization of the deck surface:
- The internal rail has been eliminated, by experience it had never been used.
- The central rail fore ( for downhauling the spinnaker pole) has been shortened to about 60 cm.
- The two aluminum cleats fore of the hatch have been substituted with stainless steel foldable, in a much more fore position, near the windlass. This prevents sheet troubles when tacking.
- There is only one spinnaker pole on deck with its base. The second pole can be given, too
- The dorade fore of the mast has been substituted by two stainless steel mushroom aerators. The saltwater outlet for anchor and chain washing has been moved forwards in a specific stainless steel cap. This was made to allow more space for the crew and for the inflatable to be kept fore of the mast.
- The four prism lights have new polished stainless steel frames. The same applies to the bases of the shrouds, the two fuel intakes and the water intake.
- The two aft mooring cleats have been positioned on the inner side of the case supporting the genoa sheeves. Therefore the deck stays much more clean.
- All the hatches have been substituted by flatter Goiot. The fore hatch has been substituted by a trapeze hatch from Goiot, eliminating the slides and cleaning much of the fore deck.
FORWARD:The forward cabin is spacious and has two folding pipes berths. These are very comfortable and have a huge storage space under each one of them. The layout of this forward stateroom is standard. Moving aft, there are lockers with ample storage space on SB and the forward head with shower on PB.
MAIN CABIN:Additional lockers are located to port and starboard in the main cabin. The starboard locker is doubled by a cabinet above, which is used for storage of bar and stemware secured in custom shelving to fit. A C-shaped settee with drop leaf dining table and the opposite settee provides a comfortable dining for eight. Custom day covers and floor mats have preserved upholstery and flooring in new condition. There are also two sea berths in the saloon. These are spacious and very useful in a seaway. All the upholstery is in original beige Alcantara.
AFT CABIN: The aft cabin/master aft stateroom has a double berth to SB and a single berth to BB. The aft cabin is one of the most spacious for the size of the boat, occupying all the area from the bulkhead abaft the main entrance until the seats of the cockpit; there is full head height for more than two thirds of the length of the berths. An L-shaped settee between the berths is very cozy, a very deep and broad locker at port with long drawers underneath gives a very large dress storage space. Abaft the main bulkhead there is a console on top the engine cover and a mirror on the bulkhead.
Both forward and aft heads have wash basins and a shower pan with teak grating. Sinks are equipped with hot and warm water with manual and pressure water as well as a hand-held shower spray nozzle. Both heads have mirrors and lockers with shelves outboard. The aft toilet has an electric Jabsco water closet
There is a (4) burner GPL with Alpes Inox stove with oven in the galley with stainless bars and slides to contain the pans. The space surrounding the stove is sheathed in stainless steel and insulated as well. Stainless steel sinks with pressure hot and cold water are opposite the stove. Storage is below the sinks, and drying racks above. Racks were recently powder coated. Foot pumps for seawater and fresh water are located below the sinks. Left and right of the stove there are two top opened fridge lockers. The system is from Frigomar with seawater exchanger and eutectic tanks in the two cells. There are large lockers with four sliding doors and six drawers for food crockery and cutlery.