"S/V Mikasa" is a terrific offshore center cockpit sailor that will turn heads dockside or underway.
"S/V Mikasa" features Awlgrip white hull, nicely equipped galley, BEAUTIFUL Harken gear, Espar heating and warm interior any family would love.
Custom built launched in 1999 - her current owners keep her looked after and ready to go
She is truly a vessel to see in person!
........AND COMES WITH A FULL WINTER COVER!
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|Builder: Custom (Jean Pierre Turcotte)||Designer: Nathan Smith, Seattle Boat Builders|
|LOA: 46'||Draft: 6' 6"||Beam: 12' 6"|
|RT: 13 Tons|
|Fuel: 100 Gallons||Water: 200 Gallons||Holding: 20 Gallons|
Per surveyor's Notes;
"The vessel is professionally designed with a ketch with cutter/yawl rigging of aluminum. The vessel is heavily constructed of Yellow Cedar planked with epoxy glued laminated hull of with 3 layers consisting of ¾" external, ¾" center and ¼ " diagonal strips. Yellow Cedar also used for the laminated frames, sawn floors, keelson, keel and horn timber. The deck is covered with ½" teak planking and synthetic filler over ½" marine plywood supported on Yellow Cedar deck-head beams. The superstructure is epoxy coated marine plywood on Cedar framing. Where could be seen and/or checked was all found in good condition with no indication separation, fractures or stress indicating a well-constructed vessel. Hull integrity is provided with 5 main athwartship bulkheads and smaller intermediates as well as cabinetry and internal liners. It has a raked stem, curved transom, round chine, fin keel and skeg hung rudder".
The deck is fully surrounded by teak toe rail. The deck is covered with teak planking and synthetic filler which is sealed and glued to the deck avoiding the use of deck screws. The use of screws are typically a great cause for ingress of water to the substrate causing delamination and potential wood root.The deck is surrounded by dual course life lines supported on S/S stantions and joining the 1" S/S pulpit and pushpit. Access gates are located midship and all found well secured.The foredeck has the anchor station with a dual S/S anchor bow roller integrated with a deck plate as well as supporting the roller furling. The anchor rode lead aft to the “Lewmar” windlass operated by up and down foot switches. The windlass is self tailing feeding the rode to the forepeak/anchor locker. A shallow locker is located on the side which includes a wash down hose for the ground tackle. The foredeck trunk cabin has teak hand rails on top sides with non-skid painted top and varnished Yellow Cedar on the sides fitted with oval ports on the sides with S/S bezels. Teak dorades are located outboard aft with plastic cowling. The coach cabin top also used to support the tender"
The interior of the vessel is well laid out and provides accommodations with 2 staterooms, large galley area and a very comfortable salon. The interior is all of teak and molded cabinetry. The deckhead has a Yellow Cedar planked liner(also 1½" foam insulated) and the sole is covered with teak and holly. Overall the interior was seen in very goods condition and well kept The layout has the forward stateroom has large V-berth forward with full stowage. Both hull sides aft of the V-berth have a hanging locker and general stowage. The partial aft bulkhead has the hinged privacy door leading aft to the salon.
The salon has the U-shaped galley port forward with dual and deep S/S sink on the aft counter. The forward counter has the “Force 10" stove and the hull side has the large in-counter fridge and separate freezer. The fridge can also be accessed from the front of the counter. The propane control panel is located on the hull side above the counter. Ample stowage and drawers are located throughout the galley both above and below the counter.
The starboard forward side of the salon the U-shaped settee with full stowage under. The stowage under the settee includes the “Webasto” hydronic cabin heater. The enclosed head in the salon is port aft of the galley. This has the electric “Par” marine toilet and a vanity with a wood basin and pressure water. The Nav. Station is starboard aft of the salon. This has electronics and load control centers as noted.
The partial aft salon bulkhead in the salon has the center steps leading up to the cockpit. The starboard side has an opening to a passage way leading aft with access to the engine room and past to the Master stateroom. The port side of the bulkheads has a hinged door leading
into what was a stateroom but converted to a utility room and provides for general stowage. The outboard side of the stateroom has the wing fuel tank.
The starboard passageway has stowage along the hull and the inboard side with the electrical large load control center. Aft of the electrical panel and before the bulkhead has a large removable hatch to the engine room followed by a hinged door to the engine room. The engine compartment is center between longitudinal bulkhead and a further aft opening gives access to the utility room and small workshop.
Past the passageway lead to the aft stateroom which span the beam. This has the double berth to port with full stowage under. A raised counter is aft with stowage under which also give access to the steering quadrant. The bilge below the sole gives access to the plumbing system and sea strainer for the engine.
The T-shaped center cockpit is of a generous size with binnacle steering and seating along the sides. The seating is covered with teak planking and the sole is non-skid fiberglass. The sole has a sealed and screwed down hatch cover which when removed allows the engine etc. to be raised from the large engine room below.
The “Edson” Binnacle steering has a 36" S/S wheel and compass on top. The S/S arch over the Binnacle support electronics and the sides have engine controls and tension adjust. Both the forward and aft bulkhead in the cockpit has a companionway with a forward “Lexan” slider in teak framing and teak hinged doors. The aft companionway lead down the Masters cabin and the forward going down to the Salon.
The cockpit is fully enclosed with sectional canvas covering including the dodger all supported on 1" S/S framing.
>VHF Radio “Icom” Model: IC-M50 with DSC (Nav. Station)
>VHF Radio “Icom” Model: Command Mike (Binnacle)
>VHF Radio (3) “Icom” Model: IC-M2A, hand held
>Multi Gage “KVH” Model: Multi (Nav. Station)
>G.P.S. / Wind /Speed/ Sounder
>2 x “KVH” Quatro Multi (secured on binnacle and Nav. Station)
>Autopilot “Comnav” Model: 1101 (Nav. station)
>Autopilot “Comnav” Model: 101 remote in cockpit
>Radar “Furuno” Model: 1621 Mark-2, S/N: 3372-1648
>AM/FM/Casette “Sony” Model: XR-C300
>CD/MP3 “Fusion” Model: MS-CD500
>Battery Monitor “Heart”
>Bilge pumps “Jabsco” Model: 4000, 3 - “Rule” 1000 GPH
>Sump pump “Rule” 1000 GPH with a float switch (forward salon)
>Inverter/Charger “Heart” 2500W with Link 10 monitor
>Alternator “Crusing Equipment” 175 Amp.
The wiring is all run behind the liners, however, where could be seen appeared very neatly organized, labeled and neatly secured. The load control center is located on the hull side above the Nav. Station. The panel also have meters for DC and AC power levels as well as reverse polarity.
>4 Trojan 19, 2 banks (300AH each) for house & starting.
>30 AMP shore-power with 3-way isolator switches.
The engine compartment is located in the center of the vessel and below the center cockpit. Good access is available to the engine for service and maintenance. The bilge below the engine showed in overall clean condition. The utility room and workshop secure batteries and the hot water heater and general electrical panels etc. The inboard side also gives access to the engine.
>1 “Bruce” 30 Kg. anchor (anchor bowsprit roller, port side)
>400 Ft. gal. chain
>400 Ft. ¾ " 3-stranded line
>1 x “Lewmar” windlass with up and down foot switches plus remote to binnacle
>Anchor wash down
“Pro-Furl” roller furling head stay and d" S/S wire backstay
Shrouds - 2 x d" S/S wire main and 2 x 7/16" upper shrouds and dual lower.
>2 x Harken 53" Two speed, self tailing
>1 x Harken 40” Two speed, self tailing (cabin top, starboard side)
>1 x Harken 16” One speed, Self tailing (aft trunk)
>1 x Harken 16" One speed, self tailing (mizzen)
>1 x Harken 16" One speed, self tailing (mast, aft)
>1 x Harken 40" Two spped, self tailing (mast halyards)
>1 x Genoa, Dacron
>1 x Mizzen
>1 x Spinnaker, Nylon
>1 x Main, Dacron
Custom made 10' clear cedar tender w' paddles
>“Plastimo” 5" Compass
>1 x 30" Lifering
>1 x “Whale 25” manual bilge pump (salon bilge)
>1 x “Whale” manual bilge pump (cockpit, port side seat)
>6 x 3 - 2½ Lb. Dry Chem. Fire Extinguisher
>1 x 5 Lb. Dry Chem. Fire Extinguisher
>1 x 10 Lb. CO Fire Extinguisher
>1 x Halon 1301 Fire Extinguisher
>1 x “Royal Mariner” 4" Clock, brass
>1 x “Royal Mariner” 4" Barometer, brass
>12 x 10 - PFD’s & 2 - “Mustang” inflatable
>1 x “DBC” 6-Man cannister life raft, Pack Type: Solas-B
>1 x “Safe-T-Alert” CO Detector
>1 x Radar reflector, aluminum