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49m Sailing Superyacht - the ultimate family world cruiser



Listing ID:
1684

DESCRIPTION:49m Sailing Superyacht
DATE LAUNCHED:2000 / 2015
BEAM:10.11m (33ft 2in)
DRAFT:3.81m (12ft 6in)
LOCATION:Fort Lauderdale
BROKER:Clive Bennett
PRICE:USD $9,750,000
LENGTH:48.49m (159ft 1in)

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General Description:

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Overview:
 
Built by the Award-winning Alloy Yachts in New Zealand and christened at the stroke of midnight 2000, Georgia became the first superyacht of the new Millennium and established herself as a trailblazer for a new generation of sailing yachts.
She was conceived as the ultimate world cruiser for a family and is still one of the world’s finest large cruising sail yachts. Design priorities included a requirement for four generous guest cabins, a gym plus a full width master suite and a large hot tub. In a yacht of this size, being the largest sloop in the world at the time, ease of sailing with a minimal crew, was an absolute necessity, as well as safety for all on board. The very strict rules for Lloyd's and then to be adopted MCA rules and regulations were embraced to achieve the highest structural and safety standards and the vessel has been maintained that way since. 
 
Performance under sail comes from a generous rig of carbon fiber, designed by Southern Spars with a fully battened in boom furling mainsail and three infinitely versatile carbon spectra headsails, all on dedicated custom Reckman hydraulic furlers with custom built carbon fiber foils
 
Draft is minimized by the daggerboard which when up gives a draft of only 12.6”/3.80m and when down a sailing draft of 24'/7.3m ensuring superb performance. Glade Johnson's styling and interior created a very large volume yacht for her length. There are generous living areas inside, fantastic staterooms and excellent on deck and flybridge spaces, as well as her aft cockpit.
 
No compromises were made on any level, from the finest heavy-duty redundant machinery to the finest electronics and audio/visual equipment, right down to the hand carved interior. Georgia has proven herself for her current owner for nearly the last 9 years, having made two circumnavigations under his ownership, including two passages around Cape Horn and through Patagonia with the owner and guests onboard. 
 
There is no other sailing yacht on the market of this caliber, with such a delightfully generous 5/6 stateroom layout. Georgia is now available for a new owner and new adventures. The new owner will have an infinitely safe, easily managed performance (sail and power) yacht with the space and accommodations of a much, much larger vessels.
 
General Description:
Material Aluminum - Superstructure Aluminum
Decks Teak
Mast Carbon
Displacement (Fully Loaded) 340t
Gross Tonnage 381 GT
Flag Cayman Islands
Classification - Lloyd's Register of Shipping +100A1 SSC Yacht G6 Maltese Cross; Mini ISM compliant; Marpol compliant MCA Built to but currently private
 
Engine:
Main Engine 1 x 1,000 HP Caterpillar 3508BMax 
Max Speed15 knots - Cruising Speed10 knots
Range 4,000 nm
 
Specifications:
A detailed full specification and General arrangement is available by request 
Inventory and exclusions will be provided pursuant to a purchase agreement
 
Not offered for sale to U.S. residents while in U.S. waters
 

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IMPORTANT: 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 their agents, or their 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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