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This is an opportunity to obtain an exceptionally well-built World Cruiser that is very suitable for a comfortable, safe family or charter sailing.
Considered one of New Zealand’s finest icon yachts it is superbly finished featuring the finest components from leading marine equipment suppliers. Additionally, the vessel has benefited from a professional no cost spared maintenance program to maintain her in pristine condition. From the Huisman/Rondal rig and extensive hydraulics, to her powerful standing rigging this is truly a no compromise, high performance vessel. The finish is flawless, both on deck and below and requires minimal cosmetic maintenance due to her practical exterior finish. The full 6.5 ft headroom interior is attractively finished with a well-designed layout offering an easy flow throughout the yacht. There is a functional fully equipped Galley with lots of storage. She has completed a circumnavigation and other voyages including Patagonia and Antarctica. The large capacity tankage will enable transatlantic range under power. This much-admired boat has only had 2 owners since launched. It is in sail away condition and also includes an extensive inventory of spares. With a recent big price reduction, the owner is ready to sell and all serious offers considered.
|Vessel type:||Sailing Yacht|
|Builder:||K& S Yachts NZ|
|Engine model:||Perkins (2010) Scatra drive|
|Length over all:||22m|
|Keel type:||Bulb Keel|
|Fuel capacity:||3077 Litres|
|Water capacity:||1786 Litres|
|Holding tank capacity:||355 Litres|
Engine - 135 Perkins (2010) Scatra drive
Max Speed - 10.5 K @ 2100 rpm. (est.)
Range - 2500 nm
Propeller - Gori 3 blade folding propeller. 28 x 21
Shaft size 45mm
Power take offs for bilge, refrigeration, watermaker, generator house batteries, generator engine batteries.
Estimate 3 gals/hour fuel consumption at 8.5 knots (cruising) or 1.5 gals/hour at 6 to 7 knots.
Fuel System: 5 fuel tanks.
Fuel transfer system to allow transfer of fuel to and from any tanks.
All piped in stainless steel.
Toilet System: Electric Mansfield x 3, freshwater, or switchable to saltwater.
Watermaker: Sea Recovery 25 US gallons per hour.
Two pressure pumps are driven mechanically off the front main engine.
Recent complete engine test review alternators all belts filters etc
Water: 393 gallons in 3 tanks (1786 Ltrs)
Fuel: 677 gallons in 5 tanks (3077 Ltrs)
Holding: 78 gallons in 3 tanks (355 Ltrs)
(1 Black and 2 Grey separated)
Builder - K& S Yachts NZ
Flag - New Zealand
Construction - Aluminum & Bulb Keel
Displacement - 63000 lbs. (28577 kg)
Built to ABS scantlings by K & S Yachts, Auckland, New Zealand.
Marine grade aluminum with plating from 10mm to 6mm thickness.
Two watertight alloy bulkheads forward and aft.
The forward bulkhead is fitted with a watertight door.
Secondary bulkheads are custom fabricated mahogany plywood.
Propeller strut bolted and welded through the hull.
Port lights in coach roof are toughened safety glass in custom yard designed/fabricated frames.
Hull and framing insulated to waterline with hand glued Armourflex, as are the deck and cabin top.
7 Goiot deck hatches; 11 ventilators; 7 prisms.
Paint system for hull and superstructure is International paint system with polyurethane topcoats.
Ballast: Lead 9072 kg
Converted from skeg to spade rudder, (2011).
Maximum efficiency in bulb keel retro fitted with all the lead in the bulb at the base of the keel designed by Clinton Newbury, ex Team NZ Design Team
Integral fuel tank in keel fin.
Non-slip, low maintenance deck covering by Vetus.
Exterior Deck & Layout:
The scoop at the stern has integral steps to the sea. A substantial aluminium
100mm, Navigation, communications post is mounted slightly to port at the transom.
This carries numerous equipment to carry out this important function for the vessel.
The decks are all overlaid with the Vetus non-skid product glued to the decks.
The two cockpit areas have been overlaid with teak strips and butynol caulked.
The aft cockpit helm is mounted at the pedestal aft with the seat being the lazarette locker athwart ships. The engine instruments, ignition, including the hour clock are all clearly visible upon opening the locker. The steering quadrant and cables are immediately visible. The ships compass is on top of the pedestal and the Navetec back stay adjustment are on the front of the pedestal. There are two other fore and aft lockers to either side. These have amongst other items 3 winch handles hanging on their respective pegs in each locker.
Forward is the companionway access down into the Master cabin from this cockpit. Sail adjustments can be made easily from the sailing cockpit. The conning station is to starboard of the helm. The cockpit seating is to all four sides. The 8-person life raft is forward of the aft companionway. There are two dorade vents aft of the life raft.
Forward to the centre cockpit. There is a hatch aft to either side of the cockpit, aft. The mainsheet traveller is just aft of the two hatches. There are two dorado vents either side of the companionway assisted topsides with stainless steel grab rails to either side. There is a rope bin recessed forward of the companionway. Another hatch in the cabin top mid-way to the mast. Forward to the mast, two more dorade vents, with stainless steel protector rails. From the mast forward to the bow four more hatches.
There are two cockpits. The aft cockpit is the primary steering and sailing cockpit and the center cockpit is for on-deck living. The center cockpit also features repeaters for many of the deck functions, including access to a remote control to the autopilot and to Rondal controls.
Windlass, Nilssen vertical model 3000.
Canvas covers for the cockpit dodgers.
Bimini top over the aft cockpit.
All new dodgers and biminis 2017.
All new carpet 2017
All new outside squabs both cockpits 2017
The workshop / boat parts storage area. A large deck hatch with protect bars.
The water maker and components are housed to the forward bulkhead to starboard. and to the starboard topsides. Aft athwart ships there is a large sink unit, a hinged bench top when not in use. A large chest access vegetable fridge / freezer. A work bench to port aft. The capstan is a very impressive set up with the anchor chain (Best we have seen). Some sails stored forward, numerous blocks and cordage of various portions.
In temperate climates can be a “quiet ship” for 21 hours as it takes 3 hours per day for batteries, deep freeze, refrigeration and fresh watermaker to charge.
In tropical climates can run for 20 hours as a “quiet ship”.
Four guest cabins. The full width master cabin, is accessed directly from the aft cockpit or from main saloon and features a single berth to port and a double berth to starboard with a head forward to starboard and a centerline shower.
Moving forward to port is a second guest cabin with outboard upper and lower berths.
Forward of the Saloon there are two more guest cabins, with private heads. One to port with a single upper and single lower and separate ensuite. To starboard is another guest cabin with single lower and single upper with head forward plus ensuite.
Additionally, in the bow there are two ‘Crew’ berths
The saloon is amidships with access from the forward center cockpit. The interior is beautifully finished in hand rubbed Fijian Kauri. The navigation station is aft to port in the saloon and the galley is recessed aft to starboard. There is a settee to port and the Saloon area features a fold out teak dining table.
Forward is the forepeak, providing generous storage areas, a workbench with vice, an additional fridge/freezer and water maker.
The galley is compact and very functional. The bench top, forward athwarth ships has a top entry freezer and a front entry fridge below the bench top, high wooden anti
slide rails to all open bench perimeters. The bench to starboard has two batten sliding doors fore and aft above, cupboards below. The microwave is set in forward to starboard. The aft bulk head has the four-burner stove with separate oven below, the twin sinks and bench space. A return inboard fore and aft with an extensive open
crockery storage over the glass storage directly below. Mug storage set into the aft wall. Further bench area and storage below.
Miele LPG four burner gimbaled stove with oven including broiler (gimbaled athwartships).
Fresh water pressure system.
20-gallon main engine heat exchange hot water heater with electrical element for shore side operation.
Large refrigerators (2)/freezer (1) with additional freezer/refrigerator in forepeak (total volume 402 Ltrs).
Sharp microwave oven.
LPG Bottles 3. 7kg.
Microwave - Sharp Microwave oven.
Refrigeration all checked boosted condenser replaced in perfect order.
Spare steering cables.
Emergency tiller steering system.
Aft cockpit table.
Main anchor, 50 kg Bruce. 180’/55m 1/2”, high tensile, stud link chain.
Spare anchor, 30kg Bruce, Warp and Chain
Tank Tender, Hart Systems, Fresh water tank monitoring system
ESPAR diesel fired Cabin heater. 2 outlets main saloon.
Large inventory of spares (stored off the boat)
Transom swim ladder, stainless steel.
Diesel heater - ESPAR 2 outlets in main saloon
Self tailing winches (18) are by Barient, including
(2) #371 electric
(2) #371 manual winches.
Sails & Rigging:
Spinnaker 75 oz
Rig clearance is 96 feet.
Mast checked and upgraded 2016
Huisman/Rondal section with twin spreaders and Riggarna turnbuckles and Norseman wire terminals.
Custom mast fittings, Huisman boom section with provision for three reefs. Huisman/Rondal blocks, tracks and deck fittings.
Harken Battcar System.
Rondal hydraulic ‘Hydrofurls’ for genoa and forestaysail with controls in both centre and aft cockpits. Furling headsails only.
Navtec (maxi size) hydraulic boom vang.
Navtec (maxi size) hydraulic backstay adjuster.
Alloy rollers on all shrouds.
One spinnaker pole (and one spinnaker pole alloy section).
One jockey pole.
1 EPIRB 406
Brookes and Gatehouse Hercules model 2.
Satcom Seasat Std C Model #6000
Sea 330 SSB radio
Sailor VHF, RT 2047.
Furuno radar FR – 8051
Furuno video plotter
Furuno depth sounder FCV 551.
Furuno weather fax 9”.
Autopilot Autohelm 7000.
Alpeco auto fog horn, loud hailer communication between nav station and the helm.
Shipmate chart plotter RS5910
Batteries - 600 ahr 24-volt Deep cycle for House + separate starting
24V DC with 220 volts for television, video, microwave from a 24/220-volt inverter; 220/110 outlets are found in all areas of the yacht; 12-volt requirements are served by a 24/12 inverter; 600-amp hours of 24volt deep cycle batteries for house service plus separate starting batteries.
Shore power supply: 110/220 volts through transformer.
Battery charger 110/220 volts.
All electric wiring tinned.
With planning the boat can be run in quiet mode for 21 hours.
Radio and player with speakers in saloon and cockpit.
Radio equipment in accommodation cabins
Sony TV, International TV (All World System).
Pioneer DVD (All World System).
Novurania MRX 3.2m
Safety & Emergency:
Life Raft - Beaumont 8 man
Pumps to Category 1, requirements
Bilge pumping mechanically driven from the engine room.
Hand pump system connected to each bilge through the valve chest.
3 large high-volume hand operated pumps with connecting hoses.
Independent Emergency Bilge pump. 100 gallons (455 Ltrs) per minute pump.
1 Whale emergency bilge pump under Nav seat. (with manifold for connection to different compartments).
Automatic engine room fire extinguishing system. 3.6 kg FM200.
6 fire extinguishers.
Major medical first aid kit.
8 Offshore life jackets.
4PDF life jackets - Self inflate.
Twin Dan Buoys.
1 Seabrake drogue.
1 Parachute sea anchor.
Flares. Large tool kit.
Spare 3 blade propeller.
Spare anchor, 30 kg Bruce. Warp and Chain
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