|Location||Port Jefferson, New York, United States|
|Engine usage (hours)||1500|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 53 gal|
|Fresh Water Tanks||1 x 154 gal|
This huge wraparound galley is equipped with all the latest items necessary for a successful dining experience.
Microwave with roundtable.
3 burner propane stove with oven.
2 10 pound propane bottles.
H/C pressure water system.
Large seperate freezer compartment and deep front loading reefer.
City water connection.
Slide out pantry with wire food holders.
Brita filter on spigot.
Large dry storage bin.
Cabinets with dish and pot storage.
Twin sinks with covers.
Large under sink storage for cleaning materials.
Rayamarine Color Chartplotter with Chesapeake chip.
Raymarine ST 60 instruments:KM,DS,Wind.
3 batteries: 1 group 27 for starting and 2 140AH house batteries.
Battery charger with "float" control for charging with no overload.
RAM VHF installed at binnacle.
AM/FM tuner with 2 interior speakers and 2 cockpit spkrs.
22" Flat panel tv mounted at main bulkhead.
15" tv mounted in forward cabin for the kids or late night viewing.
The tv's are hooked into a state of the art Bose 3-2-1 home theater system with subwoofer and direct reflecting surround sound speakers. It is equipped with a stereo tuner and DVD/CD player.
There are two heads both equipped with showers and electric pump outs. 2, 25 gallon holding tanks with holding tank monitors. The dinette is a convertible with room for two adults. The settee opposite is large enough for an adult. The aft cabin can be slept athwartship or fore and aft with plenty of room for the extended family. (maybe a small grand mother and several kids.)The forward cabin's bunk is a full 90" long and the head is equipped with a full size shower with a privacy door. Both heads are equipped with macerators.
5 Hella fans throughout the boat.
2 Air Conditioning/Heat units. 1 for the aft cabin and 1 larger unit for the main cabin and forward cabin.
City water connection.
Cable tv/phone connection.
2 extra ball valves for shutting off the cockpit shower in the winter.
Grounded Zinc attachment with the zinc placed overboard to help reduce corrosion on the boat.
Rigged for Gennaker use.
Electric Windlass with remote.
Gennaker gear, sheet,blocks,padeyes.
Lewmar "Sync" blocks and eyes to replace all mainsheet and mast blocks.(not installed.)
track on mast for spin pole (no pole) and car (not installed.)
Spinnaker halyard and pole lift.
Upgraded primary winches 48CST to Lewmar 54CST.
Upgraded halyard winches 40CST to Lewmar 44CST.
Garhauer heavy duty adjustable jib fairleads with adjusting lines.
The boat was lived aboard last winter and spring and the engine was used only rarely. (It is a sailboat after all). 18 hours.
Volvo high torque low RPM model.
This is the tall rig version for light air performance. She easily handles 20 knot winds to weather with the 140% genoa without reefing.
Neil Pryde performance full batten main with ALL SLIP slugs for ease of raising and lowering the main.
Lazy Bag with moveable Lazy Jacks
Neil Pryde performance 140% genoa with reef stripes and UV cover.
North 155% Nor Lam Genoa with UV cover-PHRF legal for roller furling credit.
Electric windlass and bow-mounted plow anchor with 15 feet of chain and 150 feet of rode.
Garmin 10" screen GPS. Depth finder. Autopilot. Wind speed and direction.
Gas stove. Ice box and refrigerator that both run off of battery power. Microwave that runs off of generator or shore power. fresh water faucet and sink.
Full air conditioning and heating down below that runs off of generator or shore power. Master Cabin sleeps two with real mattress. Aft cabin sleeps two adults or three children with cushioned bed. Salon sofa converts into a bed that sleeps two adults or three children. Two heads, both with fresh water pumps, showers, and hot water heater that run off of battery.