From the Great Lakes of North America, to the sun-kissed tropics or the stormy southern oceans, even to icy thrill of the Northwest Passage, Sailing Yacht “Hayat” is ready and waiting to take you on the adventure of a lifetime. Built in Holland, a Colin Archer, Kornaat designed, Hayat is a 44-foot steel cutter sloop with a double-ended stern, capable of handling the most challenging maritime conditions the world can offer.
But Hayat’s charms do not stop at her strength. Her centre cockpit leads to generous accommodations that make for a comfortable life aboard, whether for a weekend, a month, or as a permanent home.
With initial construction starting in 1993, Hayat first took to the ocean in 1995, after which she sailed around the world and visited such varied locations as Patagonia, Japan, and Alaska. In 2001, she was brought to her current home in the Canadian Great Lakes, where she has remained ever since.
Contact Liesbeth Groeneveld at +31 320746046
Please contact Liesbeth Groeneveld at 0320746046
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Geulschip Holland
Designer: Colin Archer
LOA: 13.50 m
Beam: 4.0 m
LWL: 11.70 m
Minimum Draft: 2.0 m
Maximum Draft: 2.0 m
Ballast: 6000 kgs
Dry Weight: 20000 kgs
Total Liferaft Capacity: 6
Designer: Colin Archer/ K. Kornaat YARD: Geulsschipbuilding Holland Displacement: 20,000 kg 22.05 US tons Ballast: 6,000 kg 6.61 US tons Sail Area: 120 sq. meters 1,292 sq. feet
Hayat is built out of steel. The plating on her hull is 5 mm (0.2 in.); deck and superstructure 4 mm (0.16 in.); keel sole and sides of keel 10 mm (0.4 in.); and lower hull 6 mm (0.24 in.).
Hayat is recently finished in Awl Grip, with the surfaces prepared with Awl Grip D8200 compound body filler, then Awl Grip 545 primer. The Hull is Awl Grip G5007 Royal Blue, the superstructure is Awl Grip White, and the deck is Awl Grip G1007 Grey with 73013 particles.
The V-berth or fore peak is separated from the main cabin by a watertight compartment, as is the aft section. The chain locker is also closed with a steel door. The interior is built out of mahogany selected from the same tree. Because steel boats do not require many bulk heads, the interior is open and very spacious.
Upholstery is blue velvet and in like-new condition
Spacious saloon with table, roundsit
Aft cabin with double bunk
Separate cabin on port side with two large bunks
Head with a shower (Between the aft cabin and the main salon) and Lavac manual toilet and sink
V-berth forward with two additional berths
All cabins (4) are heated with radiators through a diesel-fired Webasto central heating system. (diesel)
Running hot and cold water 12 V pressured
Grey /black water tank 190 liters
Water tanks 2 500 liters each
gimballed two-burner stove and oven, fueled by two 30-pound propane tanks stored in the aft section
Footpump for emergency
Water capacity is 1,000 liters (264.17 US gallons) in two 500 liter tanks, delivered through a 12-volt pressurized system with manual back-up
Hot water is provided via a 110-volt Force 10 6-gallon tank; when the central heating system is active, it additionally heats the water.
Cutlery and crockery
The custom mast is made by Holland Spar in The Netherlands. Folding steps are added all the way to the top for easy access.
Roller furler Schaeffer 4100.
Reefing system manual
Sail inventory is in good condition (All sails are new in 2001 or 2002. Sails here are only used 4 months of the year and stored in the winter - owners comment), and includes:
Number 2 genoa- not used
The deck is Awl Grip G1007 Grey with 73013 particles.
LoFrans Trigress anchor winch (new in 2015).
teak on cockpit seats
Teak grating in Cockpit
Steering pedastle with compass
Steering wheel (wooden)
Dorades for ventilation
Winches in the cockpit. Two Barlow 32 jib sheet winches, two Enkes 26 spinaker sheet winches
On the mast two Enkes 22 winches for hoisting the hailyards and one Barlow 21-33 for outhaul and reefing
Traveller at the back of the copckpit
Artificial teak, glued on seats in cockpit
DAF 475 six-cylinder in-line diesel 85 H.P. with a Borg Warner Velvet drive
Fuel capacity is 650 liters (171.71 US gallons)
Two large starter batteries separated from the house system
Power to the cabin lights and all instruments is supplied by the house system.
100-amp alternator that supplies power to the starter batteries as well as the house system.
three solar panels
Ampair 100 wind generator.
Shore power with cable 110 volts. 30 amp outlets
Inverter 10 amp
Navigation lights; Masthead is Lopo light, 3 colour and anchor
Simrad NSS 7 connected to a Nema 2000 network
Acti Sense, enabling a laptop with the latest FUGAWI (or other applicable software) to be wired into the network.
A sextant complete with all manuals
B&G Vulcan 5
Garmin GM 10 wind, depth and log
Magellan handheld GPS
Sitex radar (separate from the Nema 2000 network).
SAFETY Hayat carries all required safety equipment:
man-overboard pole and light.
Certified in 2016, a 6-man Viking Ocean fully equipped life raft with canopy is mounted on the cabin top.
Located close to the cabin entrance is a 406 MHz EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon).
A tri-color anchor Lopolight is mounted on top of the mast.
4 fire extinguishers
Bilgepumps 3 (1x manual, 2 electric)
Epirb 2017 (ARC)
Five anchors, and four anchor lines
75-pound Delta on the bow with 300 feet of chain
A 50-pound Danforth is located on the stern
80-pound Danforth in the V-berth
60-pound Fisherman anchor in the V-berth
Bruce anchor is located in the aft section.
Swimmingladder (one build in and one seperate)
Outboard engine and tender Zodiac and 9.9 Suzuki
Tools and parts
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.