SPRIT OF TAMINA is a beautiful classic style cruiser from Spirit Yachts built in 2011, she is an ideal passage maker stunningly beautiful, fast, with electric performance, combining elegant looks with state of the art marine technology. Immensely strong, lightweight and easy to sail.
Designed with increased volume and therefore greater comfort for world-wide cruising, the Spirit DH57 retains the beautifully elegant look of the Classic Spirits, along with their legendary performance and ease of handling.
Ideal for light-handed cruising or racing, the DH57 can be sailed with limited crew or set up for single-handed sailing. With the added comfort of the deckhouse, up to eight people can be accommodated on board in style and comfort.
The DH57 retains all the beautifully elegant looks of the classic Spirits, along with their legendary performance and ease of handling. Beyond the beautifully deckhouse lies another of Spirit Yacht’s hallmarks - the clean completely flush teak deck, offering large uncluttered areas to work or relax. Below decks there is a second saloon along with cabins all fitted out in Spirit's inimitable style.
The 57DH is equipped with carbon spars, advanced sail design and electric winches for easy sailing.
She is now offered for sale, current owner is on his way to building a larger yacht. SPIRIT OF TANMINA is offered at very attractive price to invite buyers to a fast closing.
Price on Request.
Located in Cogolin, France.
Available for showing by appointment.
For more information or to arrange a showing, please contact us.
Office+1 866 607 5393
Cell. +1 571 426 2705
Euro: +39 055 535 6869
Established in Suffolk in 1993, Spirit Yachts has over 20 years’ experience designing and building modern classic yachts. Operating from its waterside premises in Ipswich, Spirit Yachts is led by CEO and renowned yacht designer Sean McMillan, who has a portfolio of wooden sail and power yacht designs from 37’ to 100’+ superyachts, including custom projects.
Hand-crafted by Spirit’s team of skilled craftsmen and women using wood-epoxy construction, Spirit yachts are immensely strong yet lightweight. Spirit’s sophisticated classic design paired with the latest in modern build techniques and technology offers a carefully considered balance for both performance racing and blue water cruising.
Famed for elegant beauty combined with racing performance and structural integrity, Spirit yachts are designed and built in-house in a seamless, unified process. Combined with many years of experience, Spirit’s holistic approach offers a unique combination of creativity, innovation, practicality and excellent customer service.
The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is certified A category “Ocean” (or Cat B – whichever is appropriate)
Douglas Fir planking over male mould. Cedar planking overlaid with Khaya veneers laid at 45 degrees to the planking. Epoxy bonded.
The hull planking is sheathed with layers of bi-radial glass/epoxy and scrim above the waterline. The whole is then faired with Awlgrip epoxy fillers and spray coated with two-pack Awlgrip paint finish.
Hull sprayed ’Carinthia Blue’ with gold cover line and genuine gold leaf name lettering
The hog, keel, stem, stern post and horn timer are all constructed from solid or laminated straight grain Douglas Fir
All floors, engine beds, keel and mast supports from solid Mahogany
The bulkheads at the fore end of the fore cabin and at the forward end of the cockpit are completely sealed and form watertight crash bulkheads.
Deck, Cockpit & Superstructure Construction:
All deck beams in laminated Brazilian Cedar, integral to ringframes where necessary.
Structural bulkheads in 12mm plywood, braced with solid mahogany.
The beams are overlaid with 12mm plywood, scarf jointed and then laminated with a 7mm teak laid deck.
Full length bulkwarks fitted as part of the hull structure, varnish finished.
Cockpit constructed from solid mahogany on a marine ply substructure. Varnish finished.
Deckhouse constructed from varnished mahogany over laminar substructure with laminated toughened glass windows and opening skylights and ports.
Keel & Rudder:
The keel is a flattened bulb type for maximum righting moment and with optimum high/low pressure separation across the keel assured by bulb form, with vortex tip for minimal drag with the keel blade is optimised for performance built to NACA section design and constructed in high strength SG steel.
The ballast bulb is cast in lead antimony with an integrally cast matrix to join bulb and blade.
The keel is through bolted to the hull with keel bolts and faired and coated with an epoxy barrier.
Rudder blade manufactured as a multi-laminate timber blade, epoxy carbon sheathed and fitted on a solid machined stainless steel stock rotating in self-aligning top and bottom bearings.
Engine & gearbox:
YANMAR 4JH4-TE 75hp 4-cylinder turbo diesel engine, fresh water cooling
Yanmar KM marine reduction gearbox
Wet exhaust system
Single lever control with secondary control at chart table
Propulsion & Steering:
Gori 3-bladed folding propeller
Sleipner Sidepower bowthruster
Steering is by direct chain and wire drive.
Mahogany binnacle with turned top and bottom and octagonal classical fluting to body.
24vDC domestic systems with 220vAC via shore-power, inverter or generator (conversion to 110 voltage system available on demand)
Shore power connection
LED navigation lights throughout
Mastervolt 12v AGM engine start battery
Mastervolt 12v Gel service batteries joined in parallel and series to provide 24v supply
24vDC service batteries –Mastervolt 200Ah Gel – approx.650Ah – 2016
12vDC Optima Red Top 50Ah generator start battery
Charging & Inverter:
Mastervolt Mass 24 battery charger for service battery bank.
Mastervolt Mass 12 battery charger for start battery bank.
Mastervolt Mass Sine 24 Inverter
Maservolt Whisper 3.5kw 230vAC generator
24v engine-mounted alternator with splitter diode for 12v charging of engine battery
PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS
Isotherm 50 liters stainless steel water heater. Heated by engine cooling water or by 230vAC immersion heater element from AC system.
Water pressure system with outlets in heads and galley.
Swim shower/deckwash in main lazarette locker
Seafresh H202 230vAC fully automatic reverse osmosis watermaker producing 36lph
High capacity electric bilge pump with manifold system picking up from midships, engine space, steering space and lazarette bilge area.
Manual bilge pump in cockpit
550 litre fuel capacity in polyethylene construction and with Racor fuel filter water separator, refilling via deck outlet
Fuel tank level gauge at chart table
500 litres water capacity in two polyethylene tanks (340 litres under forward berth and 160 litres under upper saloon seating), refilling via deck outlet
Blackwater holding tanks for each heads (70 litre forward and 80 litres aft) with tank gauges, discharging via deck outlet
NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
B&G Z8 color radar chart plotter display at helm
B&G Z12 color radar chart plotter display at chart table
Simrad NAIS-300 transceiver
B&G autopilot with controls at helm pedestal and at chart table
B&G multi-repeater in owner’s cabin
B&G wind, speed, depth and log transducer with repeaters displays in cockpit
Simard VHF with DSC with speaker at helm and chart table
Stainless steel 3-burner gas stove with oven and grill.
Isotherm refrigeration system with 120litre front opening fridge
46 litre top-opening freezer
Stainless steel sink
2x Tecma seawater flush 24vDC electric heads
Hot & cold pressurized water supplies with shower in heads
Heating & Ventilation:
Webasto 230vAC reverse cycle air-conditioning and heating system
LCD TV/DVD on electric lift in saloon
CD/radio stereo systems in owner’s cabin and at chart table
6 berths in three cabins plus further occasional/sea berths in lower and upper saloons.
2 heads compartments
Forepeak sail locker accessible from deck
Owner’s cabin with centreline berth
Owner’s ensuite heads with shower
Lower saloon with u-shaped seating to port and fold-out central stool
U-shaped galley opposite to starboard
Day heads aft to port
Double cabin aft of heads to port
Twin cabin aft to starboard
Steps to upper saloon and chart table area
Chart table area to port with secondary helm
Upper saloon seating to port and starboard
Structural furniture contributing to rigidity of the hull structure
Joinery finished in polished solid mahogany (no veneers used)
All interior surfaces finished in either white eggshell or satin/gloss varnish as required.
Interior areas are fitted out in traditional style with fielded and raised mahogany panelling throughout, hand rubbed and polished.
Grey alcantara upholstery throughout
Southern Spars white painted carbon fibre mast and boom.
Two sets of swept-back spreaders
Keel stepped mast
Stainless steel rod standing rigging (2011)
Electric genoa furler recessed beneath deck level
Halyards run internally exiting above deck to be led to turning blocks around the mast collar
Genoa halyard with Antal pin-stop track and removable halyard tail
Fully-battened mainsail system with Harken battencars
Hydraulic backstay, outhaul and vang with electric pump and push button control
Adjustable mainsheet track on deckhouse roof
Harken polished self-tailing winch package 8x with 2-speed self- tailing winches, 7 of which are electric
Pentex fully-battened mainsail with deep roach with 2 reefs system
Pentex furling 110% genoa
Flush-fitting deckhead hatches
Brackets for removable guardwire stanchions
Covers & Canvas:
Canvas cover for saloon skylight
Anchoring & Mooring:
Retractable anchor arm
Lewmar 24vDC reversing electric anchor windlass
Delta anchor with 10mm chain
Various warps and fenders
Lying South of France
Available to view strictly by appointment
The Company 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.