Dudley Dix Hout Bay 44ft Steel Cruiser
Robust & comfortable liveaboard / long distance cruiser, ready to go!
75 Hp Yanmar
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Builder: Hout Bay Yachts
Origin: South Africa
Designer: Dudley Dix
Length: 44 ft (13.40 m)
Beam: 13.1 ft (4.00 m)
Draft: 4.3 ft (1.30 m)
Keel: Fixed keel
Sail area: /
Water capacity: 158.3 US gal (600 l)
Fuel capacity: 158.3 US gal (600 l)
Number of cabins (except salon): 2
Number of washrooms: 1
Number of main berths: 6
Number of secondary berths: /
Entry down companionway steps from the cockpit, Head is to port and includes a wet locker. Aft cabin with a double bed and cupboards is to starboard, navigation area is on the starboard side after the aft cabin. The galley area is on the port side opposite the navigation area. The engine is located under the galley sink area and is easily accessible from 3 sides and the top if necessary. Forward to the saloon with seating port, starboard and aft with a large central table which folds back in half back from the starboard side. There is a sea berth on the port side of the saloon, a large open shelf on the starboard side and two good sized cupboards next to that. Forward is the main cabin with a double bed. Forward of the main cabin is the forepeak area, which includes an installed workbench. Forward of the fore peak area is the anchor chain locker.
|Galley and equipments||Main cabin|
- Large toploading fridge
The head includes a wet locker, shower, basin, toilet and cupboards. Aft cabin has a double bed and cupboards, with storage lockers and a freezer beneath the bed. The navigation area includes a built-in 12v computer and a large LED monitor, the monitor can be extended and swivelled to face the saloon allowing you to watch a movie from the comfort of the saloon. Galley includes a double sink, fridge, stove and oven. The engine is located under the galley sink area and is easily accessible from 3 sides and the top if necessary. The saloon has seating port, starboard and aft with a large central table which folds back in half back from the starboard side. There is enough seating in the saloon to comfortably seat 8 people. The 3 water tanks are accessible under starboard, port and aft saloon cabin seats. There is a sea berth on the port side of the saloon with large storage lockers beneath it and a cupboard next to it. There is a large open shelf on the starboard side of the saloon and two good sized cupboards next to that. The main cabin has a double bed which has very large storage lockers beneath it, a seat (with locker beneath), a large hanging cupboard, and 4 regular cupboards and a large bookshelf. Forward of the main cabin is the fore peak area, which has a workbench and shelf installed and hooks for hanging extra lines.
-Yanmar 4jh4-TE (drives the boat very well)
-Icom VHFradio (ic-m55)
-5x AC Delco deep cycle marine batteries (new 2016) 95a/hr
|Deck||Sails and rigging|
Harlequin has the above water characteristics of a traditional yacht with a modern underbody of a wing keel and skeg mounted rudder, the propeller is in an aperture in the skeg immediately forward of the rudder. She is a Marconi cutter rig with bowsprit and aft cockpit. She has strong steel pulpit and pushpit, with boarding access either starboard, port or aft.
Professionally built steel mono hull yacht. Meticulously maintained. All work done to an exceptionally high standard. This is a true blue water cruising vessel. With a few exceptions all electronics are newer than 2010 (chart plotter and radar 2013). Exceptionally strong sails and rigging that is 6 years old, most of which uses swageless Staloc terminals. The strong wing keel makes the boat ideal for shallow areas like the intracoastal waterways and Bahamas. The boat is strong enough to handle almost anything. The boat includes broad band internet through Inmarsat. Lifelines are completely netted making it child and dog friendly.
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