|Tipo di carburante||Diesel|
|Ubicazione||Ipswich, Suffolk, Regno Unito|
|Lunghezza totale||13.97 m|
|Lunghezza al galleggiamento||11.58 m|
|Pescaggio minimo||1.98 m|
|Tipo di chiglia||enums.keel-type.kt-bulb|
|Tipo di carburante||Diesel|
|Tipo di trasmissione||Sail drive|
|Propeller Material||3 Lame|
|Ore di motore||1700|
|Designer||Holman & Pye|
|Locale WC /bagni||2|
|Serbatoio carburante||1 x 140 Gal (UK) (VTR)|
|Serbatoio acqua||1 x 100 Gal (UK) (VTR)|
Designed by Holman and Pye to replace their legendary Oyster 435, the 45 did so with aplomb. With greatly enhanced interior volume, the 45 feels a lot more spacious, whilst retaining the Oyster rugged offshore trademarks of single-skin hull construction, keel-stepped mast, and full-length rudder skeg.
Perhaps the best feature of the 45 is the full width saloon, which has a lovely light and open feel due to the large Oyster deck saloon windows, two of which open to provide superb ventilation. The straight saloon seating provides two sea berths. When opened up, the wonderful saloon table connects the two settees, and enables a large number of guests to be entertained. The aft end of the saloon is open to the galley, so the cook is also fully involved socially.
Just aft of the navigation station is a large walk-in locker, which can also be accessed from the cockpit. A hugely popular feature among 45 owners, this space can be used for storage, a workshop and location for an aft holding tank.
A great performer under sail, the 45 nonetheless has a gentle motion offshore thanks to her balanced hull, fine entry, and the stiffness provided by her external lead bulb keel. The 45 is a proven circumnavigator, long distance blue water cruiser and live-aboard, but due to her compact overall length she is also a great local family cruiser, as she is simplicity itself to handle.
‘Tusitala’ has the unusual two cabin layout, sleeping four in two cabins. She offers two spacious private double cabins, each with en suite head and shower compartment. This layout is ideally suited to two couples, and perhaps reflects how most people sail, rather than how they think they sail! Of course, she still has two seaberths on her saloon seating. Her handcrafted joinery is in the popular light oak, giving a bright and airy feel below decks. Her simple sloop rig with in-mast furling mainsail and furling genoa, all handled from the cockpit, make her easy to sail for the shorthanded crew. Tusitala has been lightly used by her current owner and has been well cared for
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.
RIG and SAIL HANDLING
|Berths:||Four in two cabins|
Laid-up GRP, single skin with structural stringers and floors to Lloyd’s approved design specification. Outer hull laminate in Vinylester resin.
White hull with cove line and double boot top lines in standard Oyster blue.
Moulded in GRP with balsa core.
Teak laid decks. Bulwark finished with perforated aluminium alloy toerail.
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.
Fully protected skeg-hung rudder.
Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.
CQR 22kg(45lb) anchor with 60m x 10mm chain.
Danforth kedge anchor with 15m x 10mm chain and 30m x 16mm warp.
Lewmar Ocean 2, 12V vertical type electric anchor windlass with deck-mounted foot switches.
Midship gateway stanchions.
Gate to pushpit.
Lewmar alloy-framed deck hatches.
Lewmar alloy-framed opening portlights, in coaming with additional one from galley into cockpit.
Gebo opening hullports.
Flyscreens to all opening hull and coachroof ports.
Fold down companionway sprayhood in blue acrylic with stainless steel grabrail to aft end.
Bimini in blue acrylic.
Covers for cockpit table, pedestals and steering wheels.
A hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker.
Whitlock Premier Pedestal.
910mm dia destroyer type stainless steel wheel with leather cover.
Stainless steelpulpit and pushpit.
Alloy fairleads, mooring and cockpit cleats.
Liferaft storage built into pushpit.
Stern quarter pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
Gas locker for two gas bottles.
MAST AND RIGGING
Selden furling anodised mast.
Continuous 1 x 19 stainless steel wire and dyform standing rigging, Replaced 2014.
Rig inspected by Berthon in 2014.
Selden rod kicker.
Removable inner forestay.
Harken Unit 2 headsail furling gear.
Lewmar winches, all 2-speed, all self-tailing:
2 x #58 CST primaries.
1 x #44 CST mainsheet.
1 x #44 CST mainsail furling winch.
1 x #30 CST main halyard on mast.
1 x #40 CST genoa halyard on mast.
CRUISING CHUTE PACKAGE
Carbon fibre spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast.
Package includes uphaul/downhaul, halyard, clutches including deckeyes for sheets.
STORM JIB PACKAGE
Includes removable inner forestay and adjuster, 2 x Wichard deckplates, halyard, two extra clutches and cars.
Sanders Sails – new 2009 (seldom used). Valeted in 2018. UV strips replaced.
Mainsail in 9.4oz Vektron, with vertical battens.
Furling Genoa in 7.7oz Vektron, with foam luff and UV strip.
Gowen Ocean Sails - 2002 (regularly valeted, overhauled and serviceable)
Furling 150% genoa inc foam luff and UV strip.
Cruising Chute in 1.5oz Ripstop, tri-radial cut with squeezer.
Four berths in two cabins, excluding the saloon.
Two additional sea berths in saloon.
Lee screens on sea berths.
Interior joinery finished in American white oak with Oyster ‘Millennium’ Styling.
Designed to be modern and coordinated, whilst remaining practical and durable at sea. Essential features include sculpted fiddles and grabrails, ‘shadow-gap’ joints between panels and Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers.
‘Chequerboard’ style teak cabin sole.
Surfaces in galley in Formica - colour ‘Light Dust’ and counters in heads in Avonite.
Headlining in off-white vinyl.
Upholstery in blue Alcantara.
Curtains to windows in all cabins.
Oceanair skyscreens to all deck hatches.
FORWARD SAIL LOCKER
Extra-large sail locker forward – full depth with folding steps.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
Forward with Jabsco large bowl, manual toilet (new pump installed in 2008), washbasin, shower and stowage.
Hansgrohe quality mixer taps/shower in chrome, with matching accessories.
FORWARD DOUBLE CABIN
Full width cabin featuring double berth with stowage under to port, hanging locker, bureau, seat and plenty of stowage to starboard.
With L-shaped seating to port around a dining table, with stowage underneath for bottles. Two-seater settee to starboard which extends beneath the forward counter top into a trotter box, forming a useful sea-berth with lee cloth. The table has a matching fold-over leaf that allows both sides of the saloon to be used for dining. Stowage outboard to port and starboard, including locker for glasses.
To starboard with forward facing chart table. This area is customized around the navigational equipment which, where possible, is flush-mounted in a matt black fascia. Bookshelf.
Twin stainless steel sinks.
Force 10 FT60451 4-burner cooker with grill and oven.
4-burner gas hob.
Samsung M735 microwave oven.
Front-opening chest refrigerator with stainless steel door. Plenty of stowage.
A door by the navigator’s seat connect aft to the utility workshop/gear stowage locker, which can also be accessed via the cockpit seat lid. Plenty of stowage for oilskins, spares, etc.
LED lighting and custom-made removable shelf.
With double berth offset from centerline, curved settee, dressing table, hanging locker and other stowage.
EN SUITE HEAD/SHOWER
With Jabsco large bowl, manual toilet, washbasin and separate shower area. Hansgrohe quality mixer taps/shower in chrome, with matching accessories. Stowage lockers. Mirror.
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
Point for television in saloon.
Volvo MD22, 4-cylinder 44kw (59hp) diesel engine with 120 S-drive gearbox; S-drive gaiter renewed 2011.
Racor Model 500FG fuel filter and water separator.
Approximately 1700 hrs at February 2019.
Bruntons 3-bladed Autoprop self-pitching propeller.
Ambassador rope cutter on saildrive.
60A, 14V alternator.
HFL Mariner 2 6kW/220v generator.
Approximately 100 hrs at February 2019.
Side-Power, 2 prop Bowthruster (new in 2016) with controls at pedestal.
Wheel steering with 910mm dia destroyer type stainless wheel on a Whitlock Premier pedestal.
Cruisair air-conditioning to aft cabin. Dual cycle heating and air conditioning.
636 litres approximately (140 Imp gallons/168 US gallons) in 1 GRP tank.
454 litres approximately (100 Imp gallons/120 US gallons) in 1 GRP tank.
TANK TENDER GAUGES
From insulated 54 litre (12 Imp gallons/14 US gallons) tank heated by the engine’s heat exchanger, or by thermostatically-controlled 220V, 2kW immersion heater element powered by shorepower, when connected.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD FRESHWATER SYSTEM
Par Max 4 pump pressure system.
Holding tanks to forward and aft heads, each with Wema gauge and deck pumpout. Original stainless steel tanks replaced with new polyethylene ones in 2008, with skin fittings renewed in 2011.
Genus Pro50 water filter system
Provision for retrofit of watermaker only. (N.B. - no watermaker included in inventory).
220V AC ring main with additional double, 3-pin Clipsal outlet sockets located as appropriate within the layout.
OTHER ELECTRICAL SOCKETS
12V cigar lighter socket, plus USB point.
Domestic: 4 x 6V heavy-duty deep-cycle batteries provide approximately 460Ah, 2010.
Engine start: 12V battery provides 88Ah, 2009.
Generator start:12V battery, 2009.
Bowthruster: 2 x 12V batteries, charged by shorepower, 2010.
Chargers: Mastervolt DAKAR Combi 12/50/1500 charger/inverter and control panel.
Domestic/engine battery emergency link.
30A 15m (50’) dockside power cable. Hubbell deck socket in coaming.
Overhead LED type lights.
LED Reading light for each berth.
Flexible LED light at chart table.
Aqua Signal 41 bow and stern navigation lights.
Tri-white anchor/navigation light at masthead.
Pioneer stereo FM radio/CD player with twin saloon speakers and a pair of waterproof cockpit speakers.
S.I.R.S Major 150mm compass.
Autohelm ST60 instruments inc.
2 x Multi-function displays at companionway console.
Tridata and autopilot controls at pedestal.
I60 new wind display.
Raytheon Raynav 300 GPS.
Raymarine GPS Antenna
Raytheon RL84 CRC colour radar.
Raytheon chart plotter with 4kW radome.
A65 chart plotter, inavhub & AIS 650
AIS 650 Transponder & AIS 100 splitter
Autohelm ST7000 autopilot with ST6000+ head unit.
Windex at masthead (new 2018).
ICS Nav 6 Plus at chart table.
Navtex 6 Antenna (fitted 2015)
Navionics UK Platinum
Navionics updates (2017)
Skanti P DSC VHF radio with speaker in cockpit.
ICOM VHF handheld.
Avon 6-person liferaft - next service due 2020
Firdell blipper mounted on mast.
Jabsco Maxi Puppy 300 electric bilge pump.
Whale Gusher 10 MkIII manual bilge pump.
Horseshoe lifebuoys/with lights.
MOB button at pedestal.
New set of flares.
Various including automatic fire extinguisher in engine bay.
Electronic gas alarm in galley with two sensors.
OTHER SAFETY FEATURES
Avon Redcrest inflatable dinghy, 2009.
Mariner 2.5 HP outboard engine (2007)
WARPS AND FENDERS
Multiple warps and fenders to stay with boat.
Oyster customised Wedgwood bone china crockery.
Oyster customised Sheffield stainless steel cutlery.
HEYCO MARINE TOOL KIT
ASSORTED TOOLS, SPARES & MANUALS
Comprehensive list of all spares, upgrades and work carried out on theboat, available on request.
NB: All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.
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Issue 1 (GY/OA/bm)
In this transaction we are acting as Brokers only. We are informed that this sale is not related to the Owner’s business, trade or profession. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.