ISLAND MAGIC is a Part 1 British registered yacht. She was coded as a Small Commercial Vessel Category 2 (60 miles from safe haven) which expired in 2014. ISLAND MAGIC is now registered as a Pleasure Yacht.
The vessel was coded because the husband and wife owners, as well as using the vessel for their own use, did some Skippered Charter with hospitality and training. At all times both qualified owners were onboard.
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Transworld Yachts are the Hallberg-Rassy dealer for the UK and Ireland specialising in new and used boat sales. We also manage refit and repair projects and carry a range of spare parts and yacht accessories. You can visit us at Hamble Point Marina which is situated at the mouth of the Hamble River, you can phone us on +44 (0) 2380 454000 or visit our website at: http://www.transworldyachts.co.uk/boats-for-sale/
Mahogany woodwork finished in a silk varnish. OceanAir blinds fitted to all hatches and portlights except in forecabin. Blue upholstery and removable carpet throughout. All locker doors are louvered and all bunk tops drilled ensuring a constant flow of air through the boat, minimising the effects of condensation.
Double V-shaped berth with infill cushion. Shelving and lockers above berths and stowage beneath. Vanity unit and locker to starboard. Opening skylight and reading lamps.
To port, with Jabsco marine WC with stainless steel holding tank, emptied by deck pump-out or gravity discharge. Outlet hose is looped to prevent siphoning. Secondary sea cock for closing flushing water. Shower stall with teak grating and electric shower waste pump. Porcelain wash hand basin with shower attachment and mirror over. Lockers underneath basin and behind head. Opening portlight and skylight. Hanging locker outside and opposite heads compartment.
L-shaped sofa berth to port and straight berth to starboard. Lifting backrests provide a wider berth when in use and excellent stowage for bedding, etc. when not. Lee cloths fitted to both settee berths. Lee cloth also fitted to portside backrest so it can be used as a pilot berth. Lockers and shelving above berths one of which has built-in stowage for glasses on lower shelf. Centreline dropleaf table with opening centre section. Opening skylight. Portlights. Removable cushion for trotter box on starboard saloon berth. Ship's clock and barometer in brass. Brass oil light.
To starboard with double stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Hot and cold pressurised water with backup foot pump for fresh water. Inline water filter. Refrigerated ice box with Danfoss cooling unit. 2 burner hob with oven on gimballs. Stowage above and below work surfaces and drawers for cutlery, etc.
To port with lift up chart table top and drawers under. Instrument console and switch panel for circuit breakers, etc. Navigators seat with stowage beneath. Hanging locker and small storage locker behind seat and access to engine compartment in walkway through to
Single berth to port with lee cloth and double berth to starboard. Stowage beneath for batteries, steering cables and emergency tiller. Lockers and shelving above berths. Bookshelves, reading lamps, opening skylight and portlights.
Double spreader sloop rig by Seldén in silver anodised alloy
Reckman headsail reefing & furling system
Aluminium bottle screw protectors
Spinnaker track and blocks for stowing pole on mast
Postigo removable inner forestay, with halyard for setting storm jib
Nemo backstay adjuster
2 x Lewmar 16CST self-tailing halyard winches on each side of the mast
1 x Lewmar 8C winch modified for self-tailing mounted on aft side of mast for reefing lines and outhaul
Standing rigging replaced in 2003
Fully battened mainsail with 3 reefs by Doyle
Furling genoa by Hood
Hank-on heavy weather No. 1 high cut jib
Hank-on storm jib
Volvo Penta MD22 57HP marine diesel engineingle lever engine control
2802 engine hours at February 2017
3 bladed Maxprop feathering propeller
Engine serviced & timing belt changed 07/2015
Engine spares, maintenance manual & emergency fuel onboard
All hoses in engine space replaced or made fire resistant
Engine cooling system modified to function as emergency bilge pump
60A engine driven alternator
2 x Varta 12v 140Ah deep cycle maintenance free batteries (new Aug 2015) for domestic use
1 x 12v battery for engine start (approx 5 years old)
Emergency link switch to parallel all batteries
12v sockets in cockpit and throughout boat
Battery monitor BM-1
Reverse pulse desulphation unit230v shore power system with 230v sockets, immersion heater and battery charger
Shore power cable
Additional isolated 230v connection
Pressurised hot & cold fresh water to galley & heads
2 x stainless steel tanks, total capacity 310 litres
Fresh water gauge
Calorifier with 230v immersion heater
Manual & electric bilge pumps
2 x stainless steel fuel tanks, total capacity 335 litres
Honwave inflatable dinghy which can be stowed securely on bathing platform and to pushpit and backstay, deflated it fits in cockpit locker
Honda 2.3HP 4 stroke outboard engine stowed on teak pushpit bracket
Teak side decks and coachroof
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpit and stanchions
Hide covered stainless steel steering wheel
Steering wheel can be removed and stored below
Double guardwires with entry gates port & starboard
Stainless steel stemhead fitting with integral double bow roller
Lofrans electric windlass with footswitches on foredeck
45lb CQR anchor with 75m calibrated chain (marked every 3m)
15lb CQR kedge anchor with 10m chain & 40m warp
Teak pushpit seats with cupholders
Stainless steel bathing platform with teak slats & boarding ladder
6 cleats and 2 deck scuppers
4 skylights and 9 portlights (4 opening)
2 dorade ventilators in saloon
Ventilators in heads compartment, forward & aft cabin
Self draining gas locker to starboard with 2 gas bottles & changeover valve
Genoa tracks with 2 cars and mainsheet track by Lewmar
2 x Lewmar 46 CST self tailing sheet winches
2 x Lewmar 40C spinnaker winches modified for self-tailing
Large cockpit locker with stowage slot for washboards and cockpit table
4 versions of cockpit tables, one of which seats up to 6 people
Tempered glass windscreen with opening centre section
Sprayhood and extension to cover entire cockpit
Steaming light and deck flood light
Various warps and fenders
Spare water containers
Wire cutters for stays and shrouds
6 man Liferaft in container mounted in purpose-built, lockable, s/s frame (service dates unknown)
Firdell Blipper radar reflector on mast
Sea Me active radar reflector
2 x Horseshoe lifebuoys with lights
Danbuoy with light
Jackstays and harness points
Electric horn with button on binnacle
Automatic gas fire extinguisher in engine room
Dry powder fire extinguishers in main saloon, forward & aft cabins
Spray foam fire extinguisher in cockpit locker
Rigel steering compass with light on binnacle
Autohelm ST50 Wind & Depth, Raymarine ST60 Speed instrument above sliding hatch
Speed transducer fitted with flap valve
Raymarine ST60 Graphic instrument at chart table
Raymarine SL72 Pathfinder Plus radar with scanner on mast
Autohelm ST6000 Autopilot with linear drive
Furuno GP-31 GPS navigator
Raymarine Ray 54E DSC VHF with fistmike
Shelf for laptop computer at chart table (laptop not included)
Navigation information displayed on Samsung monitor in cockpit
T-post fitted to pushpit for Navtex/GPS antennae & stern light
ISLAND MAGIC is a Part 1 British registered yacht. She was coded as a Small Commercial Vessel Category 2 (60 miles from safe haven) which expired in 2014. She was inspected each year with an out of water inspection every 5 years, the last on 7th August 2012. Stability Category Allocation 0 (World Wide) 26/03/2003. ISLAND MAGIC is now registered as a Pleasure Yacht.
The vessel was coded because the husband and wife owners, as well as using the vessel for their own use, did some Skippered Charter with hospitality and training. At all times both qualified owners (Yachtmaster Ocean Instructor and Coastal Skipper) were onboard.
Transworld Yachts 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.