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Hylas 49

$516,251 Listed price: US$399,000
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Swiftsure Yachts

2540 Westlake Ave N.
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Seattle, WA, 98109
United States
(206)378-1110

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Make Hylas
Model 49
Year 1999
Condition Used
Price US$399,000
Type Sail
Class Cruiser
Length 14.94 m
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fibreglass
Location Delta, British Columbia, Canada
LOA 14.88 m
Beam 4.34 m
Keel Type Fin
Engine Type Inboard
Engine Make Yanmar
Engine Model 4JH2-DT
Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Year 1999
Power 88 hp
Drive Type Direct Drive
Engine Location enums.engine-location.center
Propeller Type 3 Blade
Propeller Material Bronze
Rope Cutter Yes
Engine usage (hours) 6563
Covers
  • Bimini Top
  • Spray hood
  • Cockpit cover
  • Genoa cover
Electrical Equipment
  • Shore power inlet
  • Inverter
Electronics
  • Depthsounder
  • Radar
  • Log-speedometer
  • Radar Detector
  • Wind speed and direction
  • Repeater(s)
  • TV set
  • Navigation center
  • Plotter
  • Autopilot
  • Radio
  • Compass
  • CD player
  • GPS
  • Cockpit speakers
  • VHF
Inside Equipment
  • Bow thruster
  • Electric bilge pump
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Microwave oven
  • Marine head
  • Heating
  • Hot water
  • Refrigerator
  • Fresh water maker
  • Deep freezer
  • Sea water pump
  • Battery charger
Outside Equipment/Extras
  • Cockpit shower
  • Outboard engine brackets
  • Davits
  • Radar reflector
  • Tender
  • Solar panel
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit table
  • Swimming ladder
Rigging
  • Steering wheel
  • Electric winch
Sails
  • Storm jib
  • Furling mainsail
  • Genoa
  • Furling genoa
Headsail Area 2

Description

Magic Hour is one of those boats that only seems to improve with age.  We originally helped Magic Hour become a Canadian Registered vessel in 2007.  Then again in 2014, she found a new home with a new set of owners in BC.  Since 2014 she has been fresh water moored and has cruised the BC coast extensively, including one Vancouver Island circumnavigation.  This stunning and extremely well-equipped 1999 Hylas 49 has benefitted from each of her previous owners and will be sure to exceed the expectations of her next set of owners.  Are you seeking a proven and sought-after Sparkman & Stephens center-cockpit design?  Do you want a go-anywhere, easy-to-handle yacht that is perfectly set up for extended, off-the-grid cruising around the PNW and beyond?  View the extensive list of upgrades to Magic Hour, and I feel you will have found your next boat.  And yes, there is NO IMPORT DUTY APPLICABLE to Canadian buyers. 

Equipment Highlights:

  • Custom stainless steel stern arch and davit system (2017)
  • New epoxy barrier coat below waterline (2015)
  • EFOY - DC regeneration system (2015)
  • Novacool firdge and freezer (2016)
  • Espar diesel/hydronic cabin heating 
  • 2x Chartplotters
  • Autopilot
  • RADAR and AIS
  • Sat Phone (2018)
  • VHF and SSB
  • Dinghy & Outboard engine
  • Spectra Watermaker
  • Solar panels, 540 watt total (2017)
  • Fusion Stereo (2016) and 3-zone speakers 
  • LED interior lighting (2015)

VESSEL DETAILS

Year...................................................................... 1999

Builder............................... Queen Long Marine (Taiwan)

Designer...................................... Sparkman & Stephens

LOA..................................................................... 48’10“

LWL...................................................................... 38’8”

Beam.................................................................... 14’ 3”

Draft........................................................................... 6’

Displacement.................................................. 32,000lbs

Ballast........................................................... 14,500 lbs

Sail Area .................................................... 1,251 sq. ft.

Max Bridge Clearance............................................ 65’9”

Hull                                                                 Fiberglass    

Deck.............................................................. Fiberglass

Steering................................................................ wheel

Keel....................................... modified fin, encapsulated

Rudder.......................................................... skeg hung

Fuel......................................... 3x tanks, 219 US gallons

Water..................................................... 176 US gallons

Hot Water............................................... capacity 12 gal

Holding Tank.................................................... 2x tanks

 

INTERIOR

 Cabin(s): 3

 Head(s): 2

 Sleeps: 8

 Headroom: 6’ 7”

 HEAT:  Espar diesel/hydronic cabin heater, last serviced 2019

 Forward facing, dedicated navigation station

 

GALLEY

 White Corian countertops

 Novacool fridge & freezer (2016)

 Double stainless steel sinks along centerline

 Brushed stainless steel galley faucet (2016)

 Salt and fresh water foot pumps

 3-burner Force-10 propane stove/oven

 Microwave oven

 Slide-out trash locker

 Excellent ventilation with 3 opening ports and a DC fan

 

MECHANICAL

The engine room of MAGIC HOUR has exceptionally good access. Large panels open along the galley side with opening panels along the port passageway as well.  The lower section of the companionway stairs is hinged and when opened, the dual Racor fuel filters are readily available.

 Engine(s): Yanmar 4JH2-DT 88hp inboard diesel

 Year built: 1999,   Hours:  6,563 +/-

 Propeller: 3-blade Max-Prop, self-feathering

 Line cutter on prop shaft

 Transmission rebuilt in 2014

 Engine coolant water pump (2016)

 Dual Racor fuel filters with auxiliary booster pump

 Automatic engine room fire suppression system

 Vetus BOW THRUSTER

  

ELECTRICAL

 House Battery: 8D x3 (2016)  (AGM)

 Engine Start/Windlass/Bow-thruster Battery:  4D x2 (2013) 1200CA 315 RC

 30 and 50 amp shorepower inlets

 2x shorepower cables

 Xantrex Freedom SW 3000 watt Inverter/Charger for house bank (2011)

 Xantrex Inverter Controller and Link Lite battery monitor (2011)

 Phase Three battery charger for starter/windlass battery

 Delco-Remy 200 Amp alternator (2016)

 Balmar voltage regulator and wiring harness

 Hitachi 75 amp engine-mounted alternator

 Efoy Comfort 210I fuel cell (2015)

 2x Kyocera 270 watt solar panels

 LED interior lighting (2015)

 Pro-Safe 30 amp galvanic isolator (2020)

 

PLUMBING

 Spectra Watermaker with 2 pumps.  9 GPH on one pump, 15 GPH on both.  Automatic back flush, salinity probe and double pre-filters plus charcoal filter.  [Currently pickled for storage.]

 Dometic fresh water pump (2019)

 New heating element in hot water tank (2012)

 Tank Tender for monitoring all water/fuel levels

 3x bilge pumps, including manual Whale pump

 2x Vacuflush heads with individual holding tanks.  Replumbed in 2013

 Saltwater washdown pump at foredeck

 Hot/cold freshwater shower at aft swim steps

 

 INSTRUMENTS

 Chartplotter: Raymarine C90W at nav station (2012)

 Chartplotter: Raymarine C90W at helm (2012)

 Navionics chart chips for all North America (2012)

 Autopilot: Raytheon ST6000+

 Radar: Raymarine 24” HD digital Radome, on mast (2012)

 Vesper Marine AIS transponder (2014)

 Raytheon ST6000 Speed

 Raytheon ST6000 Depth

 Raytheon ST6000 Wind (2012)

 Raytheon ST6000 Multi, at helm and nav station

 VHF: Standard Horizon

 SSB: Icom IC-710

 Globalstar Satellite Phone (2018)

 Pactor modem

 Standard Horizon loud hailer, fog horn, and bridge signal

 Black Box Switch for switching to computer control of autopilot, SSB, email, etc.

 Firdell Blipper radar reflector

 Handheld fathometer

 Stereo: Fusion AVR-650 (2016)

 Sony speakers salon and aft stateroom.

 JBL speakers in cockpit (2018)

 LG 32” flatscreen (2014)

 

SAILS

 Sobstad furling mainsail

 Sobstad 135% furling genoa

 Sobstad staysail

 

RIGGING + DECK GEAR

 Cutter rig with detachable inner forestay and running backstays

 Selden mast with electric mainsail furling

 Selden boom with end boom sheeting

 Selden Rodkicker solid boom vang

 Furlex headsail furler

 2x snatch blocks

 New running rigging (2011)

 Custom stainless-steel stern arch and dinghy davit system (2017)

 2x Lewmar 64 Electric self-tailing primary winches

 1x Lewmar 48 Electric self-tailing mainsheet winch

 2x Lewmar 48 2-speed self-tailing secondary winches

 2x Lewmar 44 2-speed self-tailing halyard winches

 

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

 6-person DSB ISAF life raft – requires re-certification

 6x PFDs

 Attachment pad-eyes for tethers in cockpit

 Jacklines

 Abandon ship bag with flares (currently in date)

 MOM 8-A man overboard module

 Lifesling

 Horseshoe buoy

 EPIRB – requires re-certification

 Stainless steel emergency tiller

 

 ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT

 Tender: Highfield 10’ RIB (2012)

 Outboard engine:  Yamaha 15hp, with davit

 Primary Anchor: 33 kg / 73 lb Rocna

 Rode: 300’ x 3/8” BBB chain, 100’ x rope

 Anchor chain re-galvanized (2015)

 Secondary Anchor: Delta 44#

 Rode: 25’ x 3/8” chain, 250’ x rope

 Stern Anchor: CQR 35# with 250’ rope rode

 Stern Tie: 250’ floating line on a reel

 Windlass: Maxwell (2018)

 Custom dodger/bimini and cockpit enclosure, with new windows in dodger

 Custom teak helm seat (2018)

 Cockpit cushions

 Canvas covers for hatches, winches, windlass and binnacle

 Dickinson BBQ (2019)

 Library of cruising guides and paper charts

 Large inventory of spare parts

 Mooring lines and fenders

 110V 4hp air pump

 110V dehumidifier for winter lay up

 

MAINTENANCE NOTES

 Last haul-out and anti-fouling: April 2020

 Last zinc(s) change: April 2020

 Last engine oil change: Oct. 2020

 Full electrical audit by Jeff Cote, Pacific Yacht Systems (2016)

 Bottom fully scraped and new epoxy barrier coat (Interprotect 2000), done in 2015

 Detailed maintenance logs, instructions and owner’s manuals

 

Interior Accommodations

MAGIC HOUR is open in plan and filled with light as is quickly evident when one first enters her spacious main salon from the center cockpit.  Wheat colored custom upholstery, Corian countertops and off-white overhead panels provide a nice counterpoint to the warmth of her teak interior with teak and holly cabin sole.  Large fixed windows in the main salon, fourteen opening ports and six opening hatches offer not only a great visual connection to the surrounding environment but also excellent ventilation which is further enhanced by four dorade vents and strategically placed Hella fans. The lighting layout throughout the boat was specified by her owner and delivers lighting that enhances the activities they are designed to illuminate.

 

Her load carrying capacity is excellent with hanging and drawer storage that go beyond that found in a traditional Hylas layout.  Throughout the boat are appropriately placed handholds.  And on those chilly nights, her owners and guest will remain cozy when the Espar hydronic heater (with controls in salon, aft stateroom and forward stateroom and fan coil units in port stateroom and heads as well) is fired up.  Starting forward is the guest stateroom. There is a comfortable V-berth with infill, bookshelves and cabinets to port and starboard, and large hanging locker aft and to starboard.  An upholstered dressing settee with locker below is inboard of the hanging locker.  The port side of the V-berth is extended in order to accommodate taller guests.  Drawers are located below the extension with drawers and lockers below the infill section of the V-berth as well.  There are two reading lights, overhead light, opening hatch, opening port and dorade vent.  Additional storage and some mechanical systems are located under the berth.

 

Aft and to starboard of the guest stateroom is the forward head which opens to both the guest stateroom and the passageway forward.  The molded teak vanity has a sink set into the Corian countertop and storage cabinet below. Above the vanity are lockers with mirrored doors with an additional mirror on the forward bulkhead.  The head is a Vacuflush with fold down cover.  Outboard the head is a mechanical systems locker. The shower is integral to the space and includes a handheld shower faucet and teak grate.  All wall surfaces are finished in white laminate for ease of cleaning.  There are teak handholds and towel bar, an opening hatch and port, and overhead and mirror lights.

 

Opposite the head is the bunkroom with pocket door. Upholstered in easy to clean ultrasuede, the two bunks are fitted with lee cloths and will provide good sea berths as well as great guest accommodations.  The lower berth can be extended to form a small double berth.  There are two large drawers under the lower berth, reading light and overhead light and ventilation delivered by two opening ports, overhead hatch, dorade vent and Hella fan.

 

Next aft at is the main salon just forward of the beautifully varnished companionway stairs. On the port side there is a solid teak dinette with removable leaf. The dinette has a slide out seat with storage below. While underway, this seat can easily slide under the table.  For those extra friends that you just can’t leave behind the dinette drops down to create a full double berth.  On the starboard side there is a full length settee that also functions as a sea berth with a lee cloth.  The settee can be pulled out to make a wider berth.  Seat cushions and backs were designed for a simpler, higher quality look than the standard Hylas and the main salon cushions were replaced in 2006.  Water tankage is under the starboard settee and fuel tankage under the aft portion of the port settee. Additional storage is behind the dinette and settee.  Cabinets and bookshelves are outboard the settees.  Headroom throughout the main salon is just under 6'7".  There is plenty of ventilation from two overhead hatches and Hella fans.  There are both overhead lights and reading lights at the forward and aft ends of the settees. 

 

The galley is located along the starboard passageway to the aft cabin.  The centerline, double stainless steel sink is situated in the counter that is aft of the companionway stairs between the nav station and galley.  There are Whale Tiptoe back-up pumps for salt and fresh water at the sink.  The bulkhead aft of the sink has a cabinet with shallow shelves and a custom built teak spice cabinet.  The outboard side of the galley includes a Novacool 12volt top and front loading refrigerator and freezer, three burner Force
Ten stove with pots and pan storage below and removable Corian top, and Sharp microwave oven.  There are ample cabinets, storage lockers and drawers for cutlery, cookware and food storage outboard the counter as well as a large trash locker that slides out from below the counter.  The space is ventilated by three opening ports and a Hella fan plus a removable port fan to ventilate during cooking. 

 

Opposite the galley along the port passageway aft is the nav station. The chart table is forward facing with instruments mounted outboard of the table and electrical panel outboard the upholstered nav station bench. The chart table is top loading and is of sufficient size to accommodate full size charts. There are three drawers below the chart table that face inboard. The centerline counter that is aft of the companionway stairs will provide additional layout space for charts or planning resources as will the shallow drawer below the counter.  A port opens into the cockpit, and there is a Hella fan.

 


Next aft along the port passageway is the aft stateroom head.  Wall surfaces are white laminate with a molded teak vanity with inset sink and storage locker below as well as behind the head.  There is a mirrored cabinet above the vanity, Vacuflush head with fold down cover, and teak shower grate and teak handholds. The shower is integral to the space.  An opening port provides ventilation.

 


The aft stateroom is luxurious by any measure and will ensure MAGIC HOUR's owners the best in accommodations whether at sea or at anchor.  There is a centerline queen sized berth with a lee cloth panel that allows the berth to function as a good sea berth. An upholstered dressing settee is to starboard of the berth. There is plenty of storage including a hanging closet, 13 drawers and four storage cabinets.  A large, shallow, teak storage unit with louvered doors for cosmetics and other small items was added to the stateroom at the time of construction.  Two opening ports as well as shelves with cubbies below are located on the aft bulkhead affording a nice view from the berth to the surrounding seascape.  There are two additional opening ports, a large opening hatch, two dorade vents and two Hella fans.  Overhead and reading lights are well
placed.  The aft stateroom cushions were replaced 2006.

Deck and Hull

The hull of MAGIC HOUR is flag blue gel coat with light gray non skid, white sheer and boot strip, custom teak rub rail with SS guard strip and aluminum toe rail.  The hull is constructed of hand laid fiberglass with vinylester resins.  There are two epoxy coats below the waterline (2015) for optimal protection and an Isophalic gel coat.  All deck fittings and high stress areas have solid GRP fiberglass.  The fully encapsulated fin keel is solid lead with 35mm stainless steel keel bolts with transverse mounted 8mm backing plates, and the rudder is fully skegged for optimal strength and protection.  There is a watertight stern section across the aft lazarettes and a watertight collision bulkhead forward of the guest cabin with an independent overboard drain.


Pulpit and pushpit are stainless steel and there are double lifelines (new in 2012) with gates port, starboard and aft with detachable stainless steel ladder.  There is a dual bow roller with stainless steel striker plates for deck protection forward of the windlass.  The anchor locker is divided with space for anchor chain, anchor chain and rode and washdown pump.  There are ten cleats: four at the bow, two amidships, two aft and two on either side of the step to the center cockpit. Stainless steel grab rails are located on the forward and aft truck cabins.  Six opening hatches, four dorade vents with SS guards, ten opening ports in the cabin sides, two opening ports in the transom and two opening ports in the cockpit provide excellent ventilation with large fixed windows to bring additional light into the main salon.  Two large deck lazarettes are on the port and starboard aft deck.  A fully custom stainless steel stern arch and dinghy davit provide a secure mount for all the essential kit, solar panels and antennas.  The davit systems design factored in sightlines and hoists the dinghy high enough, as to not encumber the view aft or boarding/offboarding the vessel.  Two detachable teak seats fold up from the port and starboard sides of the pushpit.  The propane locker with two 20 lb aluminum propane tanks is located on the starboard side deck.  The reverse transom swim step has storage under the steps, an integral swim ladder and hot/cold
pressure shower.


The center cockpit can be fully enclosed by its flag blue dodger (new windows in 2018) and bimini, most strataglass replaced in 2012 with full roll-up, zip in and out transparent curtains.  Two detachable flag blue and white Sunbrella sun screens can be attached to port, starboard, and aft edges of the bimini interchangeably.  The cockpit covers were replaced in 2013 with flag blue fabric with white piping.  On either side of the companionway are counters that can be used for chart layout with two small cubbies to each side.  Additional cubbies are located in the aft coaming of the cockpit.  The Edsen binnacle has a varnished teak cockpit table and drink holder and leather covered wheel. The screened teak companionway door can be replaced with a custom Plexiglas companionway hatch.  There are teak floor grates over
the cockpit sole and a custom teak helm seat.

Disclaimer

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.

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Presented For Sale By:

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2540 Westlake Ave N.
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Seattle, WA, 98109
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