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X-Yachts Xc 50

€725.000

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Nautilus Yacht Management

Cammeray Marina
46 Cowdroy Avenue
Cammeray, New South Wales
Australia
+61(0) 420 882 296

Email: info@nautilusyachtmanagement.com
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Marca X-Yachts
Modello Xc 50
Anno 2015
Stato Usato
Prezzo €725.000
Tipo Vela
Classe Crociera/Regata
Lunghezza 14.99 m
Tipo di carburante Diesel
Materiale scafo Vetroresina
Ubicazione Whangarei, Nuova Zelanda
Lunghezza totale 14.99 m
Lunghezza al galleggiamento 13.51 m
Baglio 4.6 m
Pescaggio massimo 2.35 m
Pescaggio minimo 2.35 m
Tipo di chiglia enums.keel-type.kt-bulb
Dislocamento (Dislocamento a vuoto) 16085 kg
Zavorra 6970 kg
Altezza massima ponte 24 m
Tipo motore Entrobordo
{Engine} Marca Yanmar
{Engine} Modello 4JH110
Tipo di carburante Diesel
{Engine} Anno 2015
Motore 110 hp
Tipo di trasmissione Direct Drive
Posizione motore enums.engine-location.center
Propeller Material 3 Lame
Elica pieghevole Si
Materiale elica Bronzo
Ore di motore 1300
Designer X-Yachts Design Team
Cantiere X-Yachts. Denmark.
Certificazione Certificazione CE
Cabine 3
Doppio Ancoraggio 3
Locale WC /bagni 2
Serbatoio carburante 614 litri (Accaio Inox)
Serbatoio acqua 808 litri (Accaio Inox)
Forma scafo Mono scafo
Mulinello Mulinello elettrico

Descrizione

HIGHIGHTS

Optional Layout with 2 double guest cabins, master cabin with ensuite and sail room forward

One owner since new.

Outstanding presentation

Owner's cabin with large head and shower ensuite, settee and abundant storage.

Guest head area with separate shower.

Two very large guest cabins with double beds and ample storage.

All beds are equipped with lee sheets, as are the settees in both salon and master cabin.

Electric lowering swim / launching platform

Two anchor winches (on forward and one aft) for regular and stern anchoring

Anchor controls doubled in cockpit (with chain counter) and at the bow

Built and equipped for unlimited ocean travel

Upgraded 110HP Yanmar engine with low hours. Shaft drive with P-bracket

Excellent access to engine and generator thanks to large access panels

Gori® propeller with « over-drive® » function

Maxpower Compact Retract® Bow Thruster

B&G H5000® "Hercule" with repeaters

Full range of cruising electronics including radar, sonar, AIS, Wifi, etc.

Electric primary winch

All winches and deck hardware are stainless steel

Reinforced hull / keel / rig structure with X-Yacht Cruising series steel frame

Fisher Panda 4800i Diesel generator

Hydrogenator WattAndSea® cruising 600 W

Comprehensive sail wardrobe including Code 0 and Spinnaker 

Carbon fibre spinnaker pole

60L ' hour watermaker

Huge inventory includes everything you need to step on board and start cruising today

 

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Few boats can match the X-Yachts Cruising range when it comes to finding everything you need to sail in safety and luxury anywhere in the world. Built for the high latitudes and some of the most trying oceans conditions you may encounter, they are also sleek and fast. The sail plan has been created specifically for long distance cruising.

The Xc 50 is also easily sailed short-handed, with under-deck halyards led aft to self-tailing winches (including electric primary winch already installed with all other winches pre-wired) and a secure central console. 

At first glance, this magnificent vessel, which we first encountered docked at Whangarei Marina, revealed herself to be nothing short of a head-turner. Gleaming with her just-polished gelcoat and multitude of stainless steel deck fittings (even the anchor controls are stainless steel, as are all the winches..), reinforced glass wind shield, strong davits and top quality running rigging tidily coiled or invisible, quite simply looked like the ultimate luxury yacht. 

However, this Xc 50 is not just beautiful to behold, she hides, beneath her graceful lines the strength and qualities of a very serious extreme explorer. This is for this reason that this French family with two young children decided on this model after years of research and experience as professional sailors. This was for many reasons the best boat for their planned journey, which took them from France to the antipodes over 27,000 nautical miles, across some of the wildest oceans of the world,  deep into the 40's and 50's latitudes, across the Atlantic, the windy canals of Patagonia, into the Pacific and across to New Zealand over a two year period. 

One of the most interesting features of the X-Cruising model is the reinforced structure of the boat, which is built around a heavy galvanized steel frame on which the keel is directly bolted (unlike standard boats which attach it to a simple keel reinforcement). The forces exerted by the keel are therefore no longer distributed over a small area of the hull (a few square decimetres) but over a structure of several 10 square metres, itself surrounded by the hull. The mast and standing rigging are also directly attached to this steel structure. Unlike other boats where the mast is held by the rigging attached to the hull reinforcements, the cap shrouds are attached to the frame and only pass through the living structures (deck). X-Yachts' own system offers very high rigidity to the rigging and greater safety.

"Gaia" is a heavier boat than the production boats, but its inertia in the formed seas is precisely what is needed for the type of exploration. It is heavier, but it is not slow. She doesn't surf for long, but you don't risk pitch-poling while surfing uncontrollably. She has no bad habits. She doesn't slam. It combines all the modern features of a boat designed in a spirit of tranquility, while respecting the very important rules of stability, safety and durability on the ocean, which unfortunately is becoming increasingly difficult to find in today's shipbuilding industry. Unlike the Xp models, which put more emphasis on a lighter and more powerful sailboat, the Xc is really designed to conquer the far reaches of the ocean.


The keel, sturdy and with a ballast ratio appropriate to cruising, is short enough at 2.35m  deep to allow you to tuck into lagoons, while her hull shape provides very good pointing ability and exceptional handling, which is further enhanced by her bow thruster should you need to manoeuvre into a tight marina berth.

Together this family experienced some adventures that few can dream about, and this boat, as she is now, fully quipped and ready to continue on her way, is your chance to inherit not just the outstanding design and building skills of the X-Yacht team, but also the numerous upgrades and little but significant modifications which the owners made to further improve the design around their need for a boat that could be single handed, controlled no matter what the weather Gods threw at them, anchored in some of the most trying terrain in the world, safe and comfortable for their family no matter where they were, independent and able to run for long periods in complete autonomy, equipped with everything you could possible need to step aboard today and make her your home, as well as drop the lines and sail anywhere in the world at a moment's notice.

For more info please check our Youtube Channel (Nautilus Yacht Management). We have made two videos of this beautiful boat: The Voyage of 'Gaia'. 27,000 nautical miles from France to New Zealand via Patagonia, which will give you an idea of the incredible journey they have just completed, and a second video which is more focused around the boat and her presentation as she is today, immaculate and waiting for you. 

It is hard to believe that this extraordinary boat has so many miles beneath her keel and was the home of this family for over 2 years.. We simply could not fault her. 

Located at Whangarei Marina, amongst other cruising families from the all over the world, 'Gaia' and her owners are on board and available with a little notice to meet you and show you through the boat.

Read on for the full description and for more information please contact our friendly team at Nautilus Yacht Management. We are cruising yacht specialists and take a lot of pride in bringing you such a beautiful yacht.

Our agency has helped buyers from all around the world purchase the boat of their dream, and a decade of working on an international platform has provided us with the knowledge to help you with all the steps of your purchase, import, delivery, registration etc. Purchasing a yacht overseas does not have to be stressful. We are here to help.

 

 

 

 

Technical Presentation

The Xcruising yachts provide a greater interior volume for accommodation, tanks and other essential cruising equipment.

A medium to heavy displacement and high keel weight guarantees maximum stability, however, Xc50 is responsive and rapid in all conditions.

The Xc 50 comply with European Union’s Recreational Craft Directive (RCD) to meet Design Category A – ‘Ocean’ and the requirements of ABS (American Bureau of Shipping).

All sail handling is controlled from the cockpit. Halyards, reefing and control lines are led back to the winches on the coach roof, whilst the German-style mainsheet is led to dedicated winches within easy reach of the helmsman. The mainsheet track has been moved out of the cockpit onto the coach roof which makes the cockpit safe for the children.

The stainless steel davits and the electrical hoisting bathing platform simplifies life on board.

The raft is either stored in a dedicated locker in the transom or placed on deck (hydrostatic release).

HULL AND STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION

- Full sandwich construction, using foam core with biaxial E-glass skins and local uni- directional reinforcements.

- Solid, monolithic laminate is used in areas around the keel structure, rudder stock bearing, around each through hull fitting, sail drive, and thruster.

- Structural bulkheads of marine plywood. At the forward end of the boat watertight bulkheads separate the anchor compartment, sail locker and interior accommodation for safety and reassurance in the event of a collision.

KEEL STRUCTURE

Hot galvanised, high strength steel frame which forms an integral part of the hull structure. It is capable of absorbing loads from keel, mast and rig as well as shock loads in the event of grounding. The yard guarantees that the boat can hit a rock at its hull speed (8 kn) without undergoing structural damage.

Fitted with discontinuous rod, this standing rigging offer an exeptional stiffness to take advantage of a generous sail plan. The structure has an integrated single point centre hoist for easy and safe lifting and launching.

DECK CONSTRUCTION

The deck is a hand lay-up, full sandwich construction mainly biaxial E-glass layers with local uni- directional and carbon fibre reinforcements. In load bearing areas, such as under deck fittings, either plywood or aluminium replaces the foam core. 


All locker hinges, catches and fillers are flush with teak deck or GRP where appropriate.

A continuous stainless steel strip protects hull to deck joint, mounted on sheerline.

A Word From The Owners

"We bought new Gaïa in Denmark, the country of the shipyard. We chose an X-Yachts because we wanted a sailboat that would perform well in light wind and upwind conditions (see polar), be reliable in rough weather and have a solid construction that would allow for error in the event of a grounding. The design of the Xc50 also offered us the comfort to satisfy children in the strong and chilly conditions.

We prepared the boat with the help of our experience of sailing in the North Sea in the English Channel and in the currents of North Brittany. By making the best use of our professional and personal skills, we have made the necessary modifications to make the boat more suitable for life on board and anchoring in difficult and extremely remote sailing areas.

  • 3 sets of ground tackle of 100m and more, two windlasses (one aft and one on the bow)

  • Heating, watermaker, hydrogen generator, generator set

  • Various facilities for everyday comfort: stove with thermostat and grill, insulation of the front coaming, wardrobe, shelf, etc. While scrupulously respecting the original design

  • Robust chainplates system on deck, usable on demand, to temporarily increase storage space (e. g. windsurfing, surfing, fuel canisters, etc.)

  • Complete and simple to use sail set: mainsail, cape sail, genoa, reefing solent, orc jib, asymmetrical spinnaker and gennaker.

 

From Brittany in France, she took us to New Zealand, via:

- The roaring forties and the screaming fifties of the South Atlantic

- The Canals of Patagonia

- And from the remote atolls of the South Pacific

From the very first edges in the tropics we were able to see the advantages of the hull's intrinsic insulation, its interior space, ventilated and bright, as well as those of the fittings made on deck... Subsequently, it was able to match this course off the beaten track. It allowed us to arrive at the antipodes of our departure place in complete safety after two years of titled rides between dolphins, whales, sea lions, gulls and sharks (27,000 NM).

After a good hull and deck polish, three good layers of antifouling and some minor work which we are completing, she is ready to go again."

Personal testimonies:

Mother:

"This is the first of my floating houses with which I have such pleasant memories both in the calm lagoons of the Pacific and in the windy canals of Patagonia. A cozy and secure nest where I was able to raise my little ones..."

Sister:

"Gaïa allows you to read and play a little bit everywhere: inside, outside, while sailing, at anchor or in the ports. It is comfortable even when parents are out in the wind. It's full of hiding places."

Brother:

"The transom-door is too good to jump, dive, ride the paddle and even clean the fish caught by mom and dad. Its boom is wide enough for us to climb on. Gaïa is also great for playing inside and outside, just about anywhere. »

Father:

"It's probably the most elegant monohull we'll ever have. It is with great doubt that we will leave our "home". We owe this infidelity to another encounter, that of an extraordinary catamaran, the TS5. No need to try to compare these two yachts. What is certain is that if we could keep both, we would do so for the time to come!"

 

Hull and Deck

The deck's overall clean and uncluttered, with flush mounted, opening hatches and stainless steel dorades. Halyards are fed underneath the deck and a recessed locker in the foredeck provides storage for anchor gear.

- 9 flush deck hatches,

- 1 flush locker,

- 2 dorades,

- 1 companionway sliding hatch in a self-draining garage

- 14 opening portlights on coachroof sides and cockpit

- 8 toughened glass hull portlights

- 2 large cockpit lockers and 2 lazarette locker

- large cockpit table

- deck shower with hot and cold water

General Information:

Xc 50 3 cabins, 2 toilets, 1 sail store room

Hull treatment (3 layers epoxy against osmosis)

Deck layout, spray hood, windshield and Bimini:

- Teak on deck

- Windshield, hatch and Bimini

- Bow pulpit for spinnaker

- Transom door

- Stainless steel hand rail : around table, helm and engine command

- Removable stanly steel davit + double outboard brackets (Inside + outside)

Deck gear:

Dual navigation light and flash light system

Winchs, cleats, etc. :

- 1 Electric winch Andersen 46STE (main halyard)

- 5 manual winchs Andersen (2x68st, 2x52st, 1x46st)

- 6 mooring cleats

- 1 towing cleat

- 8 stainless steel folding pad-eyes for safety lines

- 8 additionnal padeyes on roof to secure storage

- 1 Hydraulic backstay

 

Spars and Rigging

Silver anodized aluminium boom with double line reefing and internal boom outhaul, telescopic vang and outer purchase block system.

Fractional double spreader, tapered silver anodized aluminium mast stepped on steel frame.

Discontinuous rod rigging throughout with rod turnbuckles. Stainless steel chainplates for headstay and split backstay. Stainless steel tip cups for shrouds.

Data:

Sail Area (main + genoa) : 73 + 55 m2 (1,373 sq. feet)

Headstay Jib : 30, 25 and 10 m2 (323/270/108 sq. feet)

Asymmetrical Spinnaker : 202 m2 (2,174 sq. feet)

Sails:

Mainsail:

- Full Batten Mainsail Dyneema Gatorback

- Antal’s systems, Boom Brake, 4 padeyes (10 and 8)

- Additionnal spinlock for main sheet

- Second mail halyard (Topping lift)

Genoa:

- Furling Genoa with Battens Dyneema Gatorback

- Reckmann furler (11/19 halyard swivel ; 06/19 drum system)

- (specific sheets)

Jibs (2 + 1 reefing):

- Fiber running forestay

- Inner Jib Dyneema Gatorback (reefing)

- Storm jib : Polyester Storm Orange

- Specific sheets

Asymmetric Spinnaker:

- Gennaker G2 NorLon

- Spinnaker socks

- Specific sheets (with abrasion protection)

Carbon spinnaker pole

Storm trysail:

- Storm trysail : Polyester Storm Orange

- Setting bag + Specific sheets

Gennaker:

- Code 1 Gennaker NorLam
- Code halyard (2:1)
- Furler FACNOR FX 4500 + Mouflage pulley

- Specific sheets and running rigging

Sail store room :

- Double access : indoor or outdoor

- Waterproofing : near watertight door

- Dedicated front bilge pump + high water alarm

- Canvas storage chutes for Code O and Spinnaker

- Storage compartment for fenders

- Storage board for outboard engine

Mooring and Ground Tackle

Front Central Mushroom cleat :

- for towing (structural reinforcement)

Main anchor:

- Spade anchor 25 + 85 m of chain 10 (grade 70 steel)+40 m Squareline PES 20

- Winlass with capstan 1500W (24v) + Remote panel control (with chain counter) + Foot command

Stern anchor :

- Bruce ancho 20 + 100 m LIROS Winch-Master 16 (adaptation of rear chain locker)

- Stern windlass

Kedge anchor :

- Spade 25 + chain 20 m + Squareline PP 100 m

Safety Equipment

Liferaft Viking RescYou Pro (best quality):

- 6 pers. 6UKSL (next service 04-21)

-  with emergency pack

-  Hydrostatic release on deck (Optional) or inner locker

- EPIRB beacon and hydrostatic release

- 1 x Ocean Signal

Lifejackets:

- 2 x ErgoFit 290N Extreme - 3 x CrewFit 180N

- 2 x CrewFit 150N Junior

Man-over-board:

- Telescopic IOR Dan Buoy with led light

- Ocean Safety Jonbuoy Danbuoy (Inflated)

- Throwing Strop

- 2 Rescue Sling (one led lighted)

Fire Fighting Equipment

Engine room:

- Fixed installation with CO extinguisher

- Ventilation obstructor

Saloon and kitchen :

- Foam fire extinguisher (ABF 3ltr)

- Fire blanket

- Standard engine mobil extinguisher: ABC 2kg

Cabins and locker:

- 4 standard extinguishers: ABC 2kg

- Alarm system : wifi network for carbon monoxide and smoke alarm detector

General Equipment

Loose equipment:

- 3 winch handles with lock

- 1 security knife

- Flag teak pole with bronze bushing

- 6 x white standard air-filled fenders

- 2 x white round air-filled fenders

- 6 new polyester mooring lines: (Squareline 2x8m, 2x15m and 2x35m)

- 4 old polyester mooring lines

- Black signal ball and cone

- Water hose

- 2 set of mooring ropes

Interior

The interior is designed to work well on the open sea and when moored.

Owner’s cabin with large berth (200x140 cm) to port and master head forward. 2 wardrobes to starboard (optional shelves) with drawers underneath and 1 wardrobe to port in front of berth. A two seater settee is positioned to starboard between the two wardrobes. Owner’s head is located forward with a regular sized manually operated marine toilet, moulded sink with single lever luxury mixer tap, cupboard and mirror. Forward of the head is an extended sail cabin with additional storage space.

The saloon is flooded with light from coachroof portlights and deck hatches. The dining table with integrated wine bottle compartment can comfortable host 6 guests. Seating consists of a spacious U- Sofa. Upper cabinets behind the seating on either side of the saloon provide storage for glasses, books etc. As above, with a sofa (191 x 67 cm) with a dedicated forward facing navigation table with amble space for charts, drawers underneath and nav seat. Positioned forward of the aft starboard head. Electrical switch board located adjacent to nav seat and additional space for navigational and communication equipment with a hideaway chart plotter cupboard integrated above.

Two cabins are located either side of the engine room and both include double berths (210 x 140 cm) with under berth storage. Large shelves on freeboards above the berths in each cabin.

Standard port side aft cabin has a double wardrobe (110 x 62 cm) with shelves and hanging space.

Standard starboard aft cabin with with En- suite head and double wardrobe (56 x 62 cm) with shelves and hanging space.

Sail store room:

- installation for spinnaker, gennaker, Jibes, fenders, etc.

Floors « easy »

- fixed with Seaview Progress® Floor Anchor

Front cabin / owner’s cabin:

- Bed on port side, starboard sofa, toilet forward

- Front cabin bending strale isolation (thermal bridge)

- Spring mattress

Lee-sheets :

- for each of the three bed (two in front bed)

- for quarter berth in saloon

- for storage in front cabin

Saloon :

- Upper transversal cupboards

- Stove : Force10 (stove with thermostatic oven and grill)

- Main shut-off electric valve for the gas - Sorting bin
- foot strap on the chart table

Bathrooms (2):

- Teak floors in the toilets

- Various elements of comfort in both bathroom : brush and trash can

- removable wardrobe for quarter jackets (in each bathroom)

Aft cabins:

- Double bed, shelves, storage and wardrobe

Plumbing And Comfort

Main tanks are located below the main saloon floor boards in the centre of the boat. Additional diesel consumption tank close to engine room. Pressurised hot and cold water system is used throughout the boat.

Seacocks and through hull fittings are flush mounted.

Replacement (upgrade) of all bilge pump hoses: transparent corrugated (stanley steel) hose

Modification of the toilet intake (for fresh water)

Standard pumps:

- Freshwater electric pump

- Freshwater rescue pump on the kitchen sink

- Seawater pump in kitchen

- 2 Bilge pumps : standard electric and manual

Standard electric and manual bilge pumps:

- 30 litre/min automatic electric pump

- 33 litre/min manual pump

- 2 x 55 litre plastic holding tank

3 Additional bilge pumps:

- automatic bilge pump mounted in the sail room

- automatic bilge pump mounted in engin room or central bilge (45 litre/ min)

- manual bilge pump mounted in aft cabin with long suction hose

Watermaker SLCE:

- Aquabase 60l/h

- Automatic rinsing option

- Watermaker's procedure sheets - Spear parts : Storage product, washing products and filters.

Forced air heating :

- Eberspächer D5 high efficiency diesel heater

- Insulation of heating pipes

Refrigeration system GRP:

- top opening 140 litre

Data :

- Water Tank Capacity : 808 litres - (213 US gal)

- 40 litre calorifier can be heated using the engine or 240V

 

Electrical Systems & Leisure

The shore power system consists of a 10A shore power inlet socket in the cockpit, 230V AC distribution box with ground fault circuit breaker, one 230V AC socket mounted by the nav station, one 230 V AC in the cupboard at the galley and one 230V AC socket by the galley.

A 230V distribution panel is located at the chart table and has built in RCD relay, voltmeter and AC circuit breakers for immersion heater and 230V sockets.

Main switch board with automatic (resettable) fuses, 3 analogue VDO meters monitoring fresh water and fuel levels and a battery monitor.

All cabling terminates in “dry” GRP box fitted behind main electrical panel for added safety.

LED lighting:

- including spot lights,

- strip lighting below cabinets and in kick-recesses.

- Red lighting over the nav station.

Services batteries :

- 520 A/h in 24V AGM (new from 2018)

- 24V DC throughout the boat

- 24V / 75A alternator + 24V/50A battery

Engine batteries:

- 12V 70 Ah AGM

- 12V DC for main engine and generator

- 12V / 120A alternator

Charger:

- 24V to 12V converter for electronics installation

Sockets :

- 12 volt socket in each room - 3 x 230 V in saloon

Shore power:

- Galvanic isolator 30 A (shore)

- Line local plug

- « Warrant of Electrical Fitness » NZ (2023)

Generator:

- Fisher Panda 4800i 4kW Generator Set

- Additional separator filter

- spare parts : seals, filters, impeller, etc.

2 Solar panels:

- removable flexible solar panels - 2 x 110 W

Hydrogenator Watt & sea:

- Hydrogenerator cruising 600 W (12/24v)

Night lights :

- red lighting in the living room (4 x Red LED)

Radio CD :

- Fusion MS-AV700i CD/DVD/MP3/ USB/iphone/ipod

- 2 HP Fusion 4 "in the salon

- 2 HP Fusion 7’' outside

- Interconnected local network: hifi, vhf, computer, Charts plotter

Engines

Main engine:

- Yanmar 4JH110, common rail, turbo - Gori propeller

- blades (with anodes and spare blocks)

- Additional separator filter

- Network interface (NMEA200)

- Spare parts filters, belts, impeller, etc.

Data :

- Engine Yanmar : 4JH110 - (110 hp)

- Fuel Capacity : 614 litres - (162 US gal)

Excellent manoeuvrability :

- Shaft drive with P-bracket

- Gori propeller with « over-drive » fonction

- Mechanical throttle control integrated with the grab rail

- Bowthruster

Maintenance :

- Good access to engine room

- Break-in and engine maintenance log

- Use : 1300 hr/m

 

 

Tender

Dinghy:

- V hull aluminium dinghy: Highfield UL260

- Outboard engin : Suzuki four stock 6ch

- Spare part of the engine (propeller, seals, filter, etc.)

- Full anchor line and with two moorings for dinghy

Outboard:

- Suzuki four stock 6ch

- 2 fixed brackets for transom (inside and outside)

- spare parts : propeller, seals, filter, impeller, anode, etc.

Bow Thruster

Bowthruster:

- Maxpower Compact retract 24 V (5.3kW)

Electronics

Instruments H5000 "Hercule":

- 3 Graphic displays above the descent

- 1 Graphic display at the Chart Table

- Hercul processor

- Vertical wind vane (carbon)

- Loch and Sounder sensor

- ZG100 GPS Antenna

- GoFree WIFI Module

- 3D Motion

- Spare part for weather vane and anemometer: overhead and circuit board

H5000 Autopilot Pack:

- Calculator

- Control box on cockpit table console

- 2 Linear Drives Raymarine (backup system)

- Wifi Remote control for solo navigation (06/2019)

Zeus 2 multifunction (2):

- display 12" on cockpit table console

- display 9" on chart table

- Radar 4G Broadband 18 »

- Forward Scan with Sonarhub module
Raymarine Engine Interface ECI-100 (Engine information on NMEA2000)

Chart table computer:

- windows 7 to run a navigation software (Adrena, Maxsea or OpenCPN)

- connected with H5000 and Fusion for configuration, etc.

- connected with wifi for update and meteorological forecast

« Watch » and meteorology:

- Electronic horn and fog signal (automatic fonction and remote control)

- Radar transponder (EchoMax X-band)

- Electronic barometer

- Wifi antenna (high range)

VHF/DSC/AIS:

- V50 with extern second combine H50

- Transmitter / Receiver NAIS 400B (AIS Type B)

- VHF antenna and AIS antenna

- Antenna spliter in case of trouble with main vhf antenna

Itemised Inventory

DECK AND RIGGING

COCKPIT AND DECK:

Navigation light system 

- Tricolour light

- Standard deck navigation light + combined deck-steaming light - Windex with light

- Mast flash light

Running rigging upgrading

- 4 Technora halyards - « LIROS® Control-XTR »

- 4 Powerclutch® Ceramic Jaw Set

- Spinnaker guys, genoa sheets, reefing lines « Armare® Dyneema 78 PU-PET »

Winches, cleats, etc. 

- 1 electric winch Andersen® 46STE (main halyard)

- 5 manual winchs Andersen® (2x68st, 2x52st, 1x46st) - 6 mooring cleats

- 1 towing cleat

- 8 stainless steel folding padeyes for safety lines

- 8 additional padeyes on roof to secure storage

- 1 hydraulic backstay

- 6 winch handels

- 1 security knife

- Flag teak pole with bronze bushing

THE MOORINGS

Main anchor:

- Spade® anchor 25 + 85 m of chain Force7® (grade 70 steel) + 40 m Squareline PES 20

- Windlass with capstan 1500W (24v)

- Remote panel control (with chain counter)

- Foot command

Stern anchor :

- Bruce® ancho 20 + 150 m LIROS Winch-Master 16
(adaptation of rear chain locker)

- Stern windlass

Kedge anchor :

- Spade® 25 (new galvanisation nov. 2019) + chain 20 m Force7® + Squareline PP 100m

Front Central Mushroom cleat :

- for towing

- structural reinforcement

Fenders and mooring lines

- 6 x white standard air-filled fenders

- 2 x white round air-filled fenders

- 2 flat fenders

- 6 new polyester mooring lines 
(Squareline 2x8m, 2x15m and 2x35m)

- 4 old polyester mooring lines - Black signal ball and cone

SAILS (NORTH SAILS®)

Mainsail - 73 m2 (786 sq. feet)

- Full Batten Mainsail Dyneema Gatorback®

- Antal®’s systems, Boom Brake, 4 padeyes (10 and 8)

- Additional spinlock® for main sheet

- Second mail halyard (Topping lift)- Std Dyneema 12

- Halyard- HQ Dyneema/Technora 10 (2:1)

- Mainsheet - Std Dyneema 10 (6:1)

- Reef lines - HQ Dyneema 10

- Vang Control Line - Std Dyneema 8 (12:1)

Genoa - 60 m2 (644 sq. feet)

- Furling Genoa with Battens Dyneema Gatorback®

- Reckmann® furler (New halyard swivel 11/19 ; New drum system 06/19) - Halyard - HQ Dyneema 12

- Furling Line - Std Dyneema 10

- Sheets - HQ Dyneema 14

Headstay jibs (2 + 1 reefing)

- Fiber running forestay

- Inner Jib Dyneema Gatorback® (reefing) - 30 and 25 m2 (323&270)

- Storm jib : Polyester Storm Orange® - 10 m2 (108)

- Halyard - HQ Dyneema 12

- Sheets - Std Dyneema 12

Storm trysail 20 m2 - (215 sq. feet)

- Storm trysail : Polyester Storm Orange - Setting bag + Specific sheets

- Sheet - Std Dyneema 10

Gennaker - 123 m2 (1,324 sq. feet)- Code 1 Gennaker NorLam®

- Code halyard (2:1)

- Furler FACNOR + Mouflage pulley - Specific - Std Dyneema 10

Asymmetric Spinnaker - 202 m2 (2,174 sq. feet)

- Gennaker G2 NorLon®

- Spinnaker sock

- Sheets - HQ Dyneema 12 (with abrasion protection)

- Halyard - HQ Dyneema/Technora 12

Carbon spinnaker pole

Various spare part

- Wind Indicator V-Tronix Wind indicator on spear

SECURITY EQUIPMENT:

Liferaft Viking RescYou Pro®

- 6 pers. 6UKSL (next service 04-21)

- with emergency pack

- Stainless steel cradle

- 2 hydrostatic release on deck or manual under the deck

EPIRB beacon and hydrostatic release

- 1 x Ocean Signal®

- 1 hydrostatic release in spear

Man-over-board

- Telescopic IOR Dan Buoy with led light

- Ocean Safety Jonbuoy Danbuoy® (Inflated) - Throwing Strop

- 2 rescue sling (one led lighted)

- 4 block (3 opening B / Snatchblock)

PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENTLifejackets Crewsaver®

- 2 x ErgoFit® 290N Extreme - 3 x CrewFit® 180N

- 2 x CrewFit® 150N Junior

Lifejacket spear parts

- CO2 bombs: 3x60 gr; 9x38 gr; 3x23 gr

- 4 hydrostatic cartridges

Grab bag elements

- 2 round-tipped knives

- 3 survival blankets

- 2 seawater soaps

- 1 whistle

- Seasickness pills (60+25)

- Pharmacy STCW2010

- 16 parachute rockets

- 4 hand lighthouses

- 2 orange smokes

- 4 TPA

- 3 repellents against sharks

- 2 individual flash lights

- 2 signal mirrors

- 1 water tank 10 ltr

- 2 bearing compasses

PERSONAL PROTECTION AND EMERGENCY WORK EQUIPMENT

Emergency tools:

- Hydraulic cable-stay cutter

- 2 spare fluorescent lifelines

- 2 gas fog horn 

- VHF emergency antenna

- Emergency radar reflector

- Wood Thru-Hull Plugs

- Emergency cranks for fuel pump

- Mobile fuel pump (for refuelling)

Dive Equipment:

- bottle

- regulator, octopus, manometer

- fins, mask and snorkel

Sailing clothings:

- 2 adult’s watch jackets (Musto®)

- 2 adult’s quarter trousers (Musto®)

- 2 children's quarter jackets

FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT

Engine room:

- Fixed installation with CO2 extinguisher (service Nov. 2019)

- Ventilation obstructor

Saloon and kitchen :

- Foam fire extinguisher (ABF 3ltr; service Nov. 2019)

- Fire blanket

- Standard engine mobil extinguisher: ABC 2kg (New Nov. 2019)

Rooms and locker:

- 3 standard extinguishers: ABC 2kg (New Nov. 2019)

Alarm system :

- Wifi network for carbon monoxide and smoke alarm detector

- Electric gas shut-off valve + monoxide, butane/propane gaz detector (Vetus system)

INTERIOR

SALOON AND CHART TABLE

The saloon

- Leeboards for quarter berth in saloon

- Anchoring points for storage

- Table trash can

- Foot strap on the chart table

- Waterproof drums : 2 smalls and 1 medium

Chart table

- Marine binocular Commander®

- Spot Olight X6 (rechargeable battery)

- Olight TK50 spotlight (D battery)

- Headlamps Petzl®

- Mobile SSB receiver

- Bearing compass

- 3 marine knives

- 1 multi-function knife (Leatherman®)

- 2 JEAN CRAS® Rulers (big and standard)

KITCHEN

Kitchen:

- Stove Force10®

- 2 aluminium gas bottles (4,5 kg, New Zealand from 2019)

- Different gas nozzles (worldwide)

- Extension for 13 kg gaz bottle (only at port or anchorage)

- Storage boxes and waterproof boxes for the kitchen

Cookware set (Cristel® and Bekka®)

- 1 large frying pan with lid

- 3 thick-bottomed pans with lid : 1 large and 2 small

- 1 pressure cooker

- 1 stainless steel gutter

- 3 handles for pots and pans

- 1 stainless steel teapot

- 1 stainless water kettle

- 1 stainless steel salad bowl

- 1 salad spinner

- Funnel, measuring glass, cutting board, 2 jars for sprouts

Knife (WÜSTHOF® and Opinel®)

- Bread knife

- Large chef's knife

- Small utility knife

- 3 utility knives

- 1 knife sharpener

Stainless steel cutlery

- 6 forks (all stainless steel)

- 5 knives

- 6 tablespoons

- 8 teaspoons

- 1 ladle, a spatula, a tea tongs

- 3 vegetable peels

- 1 parmesan rape, 2 flat vegetable rasps (flat and rectangular), scissors

Plates and glasses (Biobu®)

- 6 flat plates

- 5 soup plates

- 4 glasses

- 6 large cups - 5 bowls

Other kitchen tools

- 3 small glasses (plastic) - 4 wine glasses (plastic)

- 1 fisherman, 1 mechanical whisk, 1 bamboo spatula, bamboo salad tongs, lemon press, 2 flat washers

CABINS (3), BATHROOM (2) AND CLEANLINESS

Three cabins

- Mattress protections

- Leeboards for each of the three bed (two in front bed)

- Additional leeboards for storage in front cabin

- Coat rack (optional instead of shelves)

Two Bathrooms

- Various elements of comfort in both bathroom : brush and trash can

- 2 removables wardrobes for quarter jackets in bathrooms

Cleaning and maintenance

- 1 Karcher® vacuum cleaner 220v : dust and water

- 1 Dyson® portable vacuum cleaner 12v: dust

- Shurhold® system kit: 1 soft and 1 stiff brushes, 1 soft-n-thirsty mop, 1 swivel scribbers,

  1 boating attachments (hook), 1telescoping handle and 1 fixed handle

- 2 water pipes (standard and flat)
+ all various water pipe ends

PLUMBING & CONFORT

Forced air heating (Eberspächer® D5)Refrigeration

- Spear parts : 2 anodes

Watermaker (Aquabase® 60l/h)

- Watermaker's procedure sheets

- Spear parts : 4 storage products « Biocide », 3 washing products « Alcalin-acide », 3

  carbon filters for rinsing circuit (3 years), 5 water filter 5 microns

Standard pumps:

- Freshwater electric pump

- Freshwater rescue pump on the kitchen sink

- Seawater pump in kitchen

- 2 bilge pumps : standard automatic electric (30 litre/min) and manual (33 litre/min)

- Spear parts : freshwater electric pump

3 additional bilge pumps

- automatic bilge pump mounted in the sail room

- automatic bilge pump mounted in engin room or central bilge (45 litres/min)

- manual bilge pump mounted in aft cabin with long suction hose

Upgrading systems:

- Upgrading of all bilge pump hoses by a transparent corrugated (stanley steel) hose

- Modification of the toilet intake (for clean water even close hauled)

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM AND LEISURE

Generator (Fisher Panda® 4800i) :

- Engine

- Spare parts: 1 Air filter, 1 shaft seal + associated seal, 2 impellers, 1 fuel filter

2 Solar panels

- Removable flexible solar panels - 2 x 110 W

Hydrogenerator WattAndSea®

- Hydrogenerator cruising 600 W (12/24v)Radio CD :

- Fusion® MS-AV700i CD/DVD/MP3/USB/iphone/ipod

- 2 HP Fusion® 4 "in the square

- 2 HP Fusion® 7’' outside

Services battery :

- 520 A/h in 24V AGM (8x135 A/h, new from 2018)- 24V / 75A alternator + 24V/50A        battery charger

- 24V to 12V converter for electronics installation

Engine battery:

- 12V 70 Ah AGM

- 12V / 120A alternator

Sockets 220v :

- electrical shore line

- EU, International (2 sizes) and NZ adapter for shore line - 2 extension cables, EU dominoes

- Various plugs for universal and Mac chargers

ENGINE, DINGHY AND PADDLE

Main engine spare parts Yanmar® 4JH110

- Network interface (NMEA200)

- Spare parts: 2 propeller shaft anodes, 3 propeller clamp anodes, 3 sets of propeller dampers, 1 propeller extractor and dismounting key, 4 impellers with their seals, 1 motor chair hydrolysis seal, 3 motor belts, 2 different keys for water filters

Dinghy (Highfield® UL260)

- Full anchor line and with two moorings for dinghy - 1 repair kit, 3 pieces of material

- inflator

- 2 rows

Outboard spare parts : (Suzuki® four stock 6ch)

- Outboard Motor Fuel Tank Suzuki

- 2 fixed brackets for transom (inside and outside)

- 1 motor rinsing nozzle

- 2 fuel tanks : 5 and 10 ltr

- Spare parts: 3 motor seals for complete disassembly, 1 main propeller, 1 steering

anode, 1 onboard, tool kit, 2 engine spark plugs, 3 shaft anodes, 2 shaft drain screws   and 6 seals

Paddle Boards

- Board Red Paddle®- Paddle

- Repair kit

- InflatorREPAIR

PROFESSIONAL TOOLS

Tools Box: Outils océan®1) 8 pliers Facom® :

- 2 rivet pliers (standard and large) - Small and large universal

- locking pliers

- cutting pliers

- straight and curved nose pliers

2) Turn screws Facom® :

- 2 stars

- 4 crosses PZ

- 4 PH cruciforms (Phillips head)

- 5 insulated dishes - 2 large dishes

3) Others Facom®

- 13 Wrenches (6-7, 7, 8-9, 8-9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15X2, 16, 17, 18, 19)

- 2 Tube wrenches

- 2 Adjustable wrenches: small and large

- 1 Set of Allen wrench in metric stainless steel

- 1 Imperial Allen wrench Set

4) Wrenches

- 1 mallet

- 1 hammer

- 4 wood chisels + 2 gouges

- 1 wood plane

- 5 wood rapiers

- 5 metal files

- 1 copper brush

- 3 cookies cutters

- 2 metal saws : small and normal - 2 blade scrapers

- Set of drill bits (cobalt)

SCREWS AND OTHER TOOLS

Screws Compartment Boxes

- Metal nut and screw (A4)

- Wood screws and tails (A4) - Rivets (alu and steel A4)

Electrician's Compartment Boxes

- Fittings and cables for B&G - Relays

- Fuses of all kinds

- 3 insulating Chatterton

- Self-vulcanizing Chatterton

- Battery charger (AA,AAA)

- Various lengths of tinned cables

- RJ connections, etc.

- Multimeter

Plumbing

- Various valves, fittings and plumbing clamps

Furnishing: spare parts

- 3+2 door restraints

- 3 Specific cabinet closures and contours - 6 Floor anchors®

- Condensation drain plug for rear door

- etc.

Rigging

- 4 spear parts standard Jaw Set

- Single pulley: 1 large, 2 medium, 3 small, 6 mini - 2 small hoists (4:1)

- more than 20 different shackles sizes

- 4 snap hooks

- Various stainless steel axes and accessories

ELECTRONIC

B&G H5000® « Hercule », Autopilot, Zeus 2 and VHF/DSC/AIS 1) On use:

- 3 + 1 graphic displays

- Vertical wind vane (carbon)

- Loch and Sounder sensor

- ZG100® GPS Antenna

- GoFree® WIFI Module

- 3D Motion®

- Autopilot Calculator and Control box

- Linear Drives Raymarine

- Wifi Remote control for solo navigation (06/2019)

- 2 Zeus 2 display (12’’ + 9’’)

- Radar 4G® Broadband

- Forward® Scan with Sonarhub® module

- Raymarine® Engine Interface ECI-100

- VHF V50

- Second combine H50

- Transmitter / Receiver NAIS 400B

- 2 antennas : VHF + AIS

- Antenna spliter in case of trouble with main vhf antenna

2) Spaer part for B&G® installation

- Linear Drives Raymarine (backup system)

- Feather and bucket for wind-vane

- Turnover MHU angle bearing - Turnover MHU speed bearing - Weather vane circuit board

Other electronics

- Chart table computer

- Electronic horn and fog signal

- Radar transponder (EchoMax® X-band)

- Electronic barometer (with 3 years’s paper)

- Wifi antenna (high range)

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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Australia
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