Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Hull Shape: Catamaran
LOA: 46 ft 10 in
Beam: 24 ft 3 in
LWL: 41 ft 10 in
Dry Weight: 22420 lbs
Engine Option 1: 2x 75 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (205 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (157 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 4
Number of heads: 4
The layout of the 4700 catamaran provides for four double cabins, four heads, four showers, a very large saloon and a large galley in the bridge deck. The saloon table converts to provide an additional double bed.
The high-quality interior is carefully blended to make use of the qualities of wood, fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) and Corian, neatly trimmed with matching upholstery.
The cabin sole is of durable, low maintenance teak and holly composite floor panels.
The headliner is neatly finished.
The 4700 is fully air-conditioned with reverse cycle air with reverse cycle A/C. One 17,000BTU unit for the main saloon and one 10000BTU unit in each hull for forward and aft stateroom.
AC electrical system is 110V AC 60 hz.
Yacht operates on a 12V system.
Panel supplied for 12V system & 110V system.
Two gel-cell DF4D house batteries, and a dedicated gel-cell DF27D battery for each engine.
Both amperage and DC voltage are shown at the panel.
Stereo/CD player with two cockpit and two below deck speakers.
Multi-channel VHF radio with LCD display and 25 watt output capacity.
Chart Plotter with GPS navigation system.
Navigation instruments include depth sounder gauge, speed and distance log, wind speed and wind direction.
Autopilot, Autohelm 7000.
40 amp battery charger.
Spring loaded switches for shower drains.
Fan in each cabin and in the saloon and galley.
Dual Shore power cable is 50 ft/15 m long and permanently wired to the boat.
AC breaker panel for hot water heater, outlets and battery charger.
AC panel for generator and air conditionning.
AC power outlets supplied in galley, main saloon and cabins.
12V cockpit light.
12V cigar lighter type outlet for various equipment connection.
LPG solenoid switch with warning light.
Freshwater pump warning light.
Warning light alarm on bilge pumps.
A mechanical engine-driven refrigeration system provides excellent cooling to the refrigerator/freezer chest.
Front access to starboard refrigerator.
Top access to port freezer.
Ventilation is provided by an overhead hatch and two forward opening ports.
Three-burner LPG gimbaled stainless steel stove with oven and broiler.
Double stainless steel sinks.
A 10 gal/38 L garbage bin is conveniently located.
Permanent recessed dish draining rack.
Ample work surfaces and locker space for crockery, cutlery and all cooking utensils.
Main work surfaces covered with Corian.
Serving shelf between galley and main saloon.
Light in locker under galley sink.
Twin Yanmar 4JH-3E 56HP naturally aspirated 4 cylinder engines.
Engine instrumentation includes oil pressure, tachometer, water temperature, hour meter, and amp meter.
Engine sound alarm to indicate low oil pressure and high freshwater temperature.
Keyless ignition switch in cockpit.
Stainless steel propeller shaft designed for easy removal.
Fuel capacity is 150 gal/560L in aluminum tanks.
Racor 500FG fuel filters on each engine.
Upgraded 90 amp alternators on each engine.
Steering is via cables.
The hulls are of GRP construction with balsa core for strength, stiffness and insulation, using high quality materials. The hulls carry a comprehensive limited osmosis warranty from Robertson & Caine.
An exceptionally shallow draft of 4ft 1 in/1.25 m is achieved.
The keels are designed and built as sacrificial units in the event of severe grounding. The keels can be replaced without hauling the boat, a great advantage for a multihull.
The hulls have fixed skegs that protect the rudders. They also offer excellent attachment points for the rudder shafts.
The rudders are composite with a stainless steel shaft.
The prop shafts are supported by a solid skeg. This offers better protection for the shafts.
Both deck and hull are finished in white gel coat with the trademark Moorings striping and graphics.
The deck has a molded-in non-skid pattern providing excellent traction even in the most severe conditions.
The wide aft platform allows easy access to the boat and connects both swim platforms.
The anchor deployment and retrieval system have been fine-tuned to a detail not seen before. The large windlass, remotely controlled by hand, can also be used to raise the mainsail.
There is a hatch at the anchor roller to allow easy attachment of the bridle.
Two large deck hatches provide access to the water tanks and chain rode.
The windlass is protected by its own hatch.
Two large opening hatches allow for engine room access from outside.
Stainless steel bow rails with integrated seats.
Stainless steel stern rails with hand holds for access on and off the boat.
Stainless steel swim ladder mounted on the port hull.
Ground tackle includes one 60lb/27kg plough with 160ft/50m of 3/8in/10mm chain, and one 33lb/15kg Bruce with 25ft/8m of 3/8in/10mm chain and 225ft/65m of 3/4in/18mm rode.
The trampoline net is in two parts and firmly secured.
The main traveler is fixed on an arch at the aft end of the cockpit. A set of davits is fitted. Controls for the traveler lead and davit lines to a winch and jammers.
Transom guards are permanently installed.
Two large, spacious transom steps providing excellent access to the water.
A bracket for the horseshoe ring is supplied.
All foredeck hatches have stainless steel protection bars.
Grab rails are strategically placed along the side decks.
Mast & Rigging
Mast is extruded anodized aluminum with a double set of swept back spreaders.
Single forestay with Profurl jib furling system.
Anodized aluminum boom with reefing system, outhaul and reefing line jammers.
Recessed stainless steel chain plates. Lower ends of rigging are attached with double screw turnbuckles.
Mast exits for halyards are stainless steel.
Antal mast slider system is supplied for low friction mainsail hoisting and lowering.
Large mainsheet traveler with jammers and Lewmar 44 CST winch.
Two self-tailing Lewmar 54 CST two speed winches are used to control the main and jib sheets. All sheets lead through jammers.
Two self-tailing Lewmar 44 CST two-speed winches are provided on the mast for halyard and reef line operation, two jammers for the halyards and a snatch block for the reef lines.
Secondary bow roller is mounted on the forward cross spar.
Steering console with compass and all engine controls.
Stainless steel destroyer 32 in/18 cm steering wheel.
Large cast aluminum mooring cleats, two on the bow, two amidships and two on the stern.
Two U-bolts for dinghy towing line mounted on the inboard side of each hull/transom area.
Two U-bolts for anchoring bridle mounted on the inboard side of each hull.
Stainless steel stanchions and aluminum bases with uncoated stainless steel life lines.
Port and starboard life line gates.
Custom extruded aluminum toerail.
Genoa car and track.
Three winch handle pockets with one 10 in/25 cm lock-in and one 10 in/25 cm lock-in and one 10 in/25 cm non lock-in handle.
Ten opening deck hatches are provided to give excellent ventilation.
Eight opening ports are supplied in the topsides of the hull. One additional opening port facing aft is supplied for each aft cabin.
Four opening ports are provided in the saloon for additional forward ventilation.
The forward sloped windows are protected from the direct overhead sunlight by a louvre system. This system also provides easy access to the roof.
A fixed bimini and a zip on windscreen with stainless steel frame is supplied.
Sails & Running Rigging
Fully battened mainsail with 2 reefs and a furling genoa built to Moorings specifications.
One double purchase pre-stretched main halyard.
One pre-stretched jib halyard.
Mainsail outhaul, two reef lines, mainsail sheet, jib sheets, traveler controls, jib furling line, lazy jack lines.
SailMate self-stacking mainsail handling system with lazy jacks and integral sail cover.