This Huntingford yacht is a fast and comfortable open ocean cruising ketch. She has everything you need and easily handled. It presents in great condition, thanks to her fastidious owner. Relaunched July 1 after $7k service: antifouled, zincs, Propspeed, through hull servicing, now good for 2 years or more.
Custom designed and built in the US constructed in timber and GPR to a very high standard. Superbly equipped and has completed many ocean passages with just two crew. The vessel has been imported into NZ; with duty and GST paid. All electrics meet both NZ and US standards. The boat is fitted out with all the safety, navigation, and domestic equipment you need. On deck, the hard dodger and full set of tropical awnings provide protection from sun, spray and wind. All controls from both masts leading to the cockpit.
Designed by highly regarded US designer Stan Huntingford she has a Robert Perry rig. A complete refit of her interior and all systems was completed in 2000-2002 by Legendary Yachts in Washington. The interior features exquisite black walnut and teak with Italian leather upholstery. Specs include 1800L diesel, 1400L water, 135hp Perkins (1400 hr), 9.5kW generator (700hr), 880g/d Watermaker, SCUBA compressor, Leisurefurl system, Profurl genoa and Bowthruster.
This yacht has been carefully maintained with no expense spared and has a huge inventory too long to list here. Plans, spec sheets, schematics and operations guides are available to serious inquirers. Optional 20m berth available to purchase by negotiation.
Hull Material: GRP with foam core above turn of bilge
Construction: GRP with teak timber trim
Perkins M135, 135hp, max 2600rpm. 1400hrs.
Hurth transmission, left rotation. Gulf Coast oil cleaning system
Fuel Consumption: At cruising speed 3.8gph (14.4L/hr)
Cooling: Heat exchanger
Fuel Type: Diesel
Fuel Capacity: 500 gallons US in two tanks
Cruising Speed: under power (2200rpm) power (2200rpm) 5-blade @8.3kt, Sail prop @7.6kt
Max Speed: under sail 11.2kt
(Doyle Sails, NZ, all serviced by Doyle regularly and in good-excellent condition):Genoa on Profurl roller furling gear Mainsail and mizzen on Leisurefurl booms. Asymmetric spinnaker in spinnaker sock Mizzen staysail. Stormsail: self-tending 10oz staysail** set on removable inner forestay, braced by running backstays (inner forestay and runners stowed for normal cruising) Preventers for main and mizzen.
All working sails can be set and furled using electric winches with foot pedals Downwind gear: 22’ carbon fibre pole for genoa
Electrics: Setup for Shore power:
2 @30amp inlets for 120volt shore power to feed main circuit panels
2 @30amp inlets for 240volt NZ-spec shore power to feed 80amp @24v battery charger/power supply to charge main batteries and to provide power at 240v outlets in engine room
One pair of 240v outlets in engine room for use with shore power. The rest of the boat is set up for 120v AC power.
Main bank: 550amps of 24v power from AGM batteries new 2017. Charged by:
Mastervolt charger when on NZ shore power, (2) Trace inverter/charger when on generator power or 120v shore power, or (3) solar panels.
Thruster/windlass bank: AGM batteries new 2016, maintained by 120v charger. Engine start bank: AGM batteries new 2010, maintained by either engine-ﬁtted alternator or solid state 120v smart charger.
Generator start bank: AGM batteries new 2017 4kw Trace inverter/charger providing 120v power when not on shore power or generator power. 9.5kW Phasor generator, approx 700hrs Circuit panels for 120v, 24v, and 12v (through a stepdown converter)
Entertainment: Jantzen stereo/CD player
Water Capacity: 400 gallons US
Water System: Water making: 880gpd Oceanmaster
9 - Master, cabin aft with queen berth and head Pilot berth along walkway to aft cabin, Pilot berth in main salon Guest cabin #1 with double berth Guest cabin #2 with queen berth and twin berth Forward head with shower opposite Guest cabin #1
Toilets: 70 gallons US holding tank plus 50 gallons US grey water. Lavac toilets, manual operation
Domestic Equipment: Double sink with under sink filter trap 4-burner propane stove/oven and large microwave Upright refrigerator and separate chest freezer Separate chest-style Norcold refrigerator for drinks in main salon (120/12v) Extensive storage for galley gear Large trash bin that takes 100L bags. Krups espresso machine. Electric toaster
Domestic Heating: Two Espar 40D diesel heaters; one serves forward cabins, forward head, and main salon, the other aft cabin, aft head, pilot berth, and main salon
Equipment: Splendide washing machine/dryer in forward cabin
Navigation & Electronics:
Engine controls and gauges Multifunction display (chart plotter, radar, instruments) (Raymarine) Forward sonar (Twinscope v90) Rudder angle indicator. Autopilot control panel with remote handset (ST7000) Speed/depth/temperature display (ST60) Wind speed and direction indicator (ST60) Furuno GP-31 GPS. Furuno AIS, Class B(transmit/receive) Remote control head for M710 SSB ICOM VHF radio.
Nav station belowdecks
Raymarine chart plotter networked to multifunction display Backup chart plotter E-meter Tank monitor Fireboy system monitor Bilge alarm, Water monitor standard horizon VHF, Jantzen stereo/CD player with Weather display ICOM M710 SSB primary station Gooseneck red-light lamp.
Aquapro 10’6” RIB with 15hp Mercury outboard (second identical outboard carried as a spare), beach rollers
Ground Tackle and anchors:
90m of 11mm high tensile galvanized chain as main rode Maxwell 3500 vertical windlass with foot switches and Quik remote control handset 60kg Bruce as working anchor Secondary rode 300’ ¾” nylon with 30’ of 11mm high-tensile chain 100# Navy-style anchor, 3-piece 55# Danforth stored on deck as potential secondary anchor 25# Danforth stored at stern for stern anchoring 300’ 5/8” polypro for stern ties.
Anchor Winch or Capstan:
Maxwell 3500 vertical windlass with foot switches and Quik remote control handset
Shewmon Drogue with rode for deployment astern 24’ Parasail sea anchor packaged with bridle and rode Emergency tiller steering system. Switlik 6-person liferaft with optional torroidal stabilization. Ditch bag by galley has EPIRB, ﬂares, laser light, Watermaker, ﬁrst aid supplies.
2 telescoping boat hooks (fore, aft) Forespar outboard hoist davit system 2 fuel tanks for outboards. Large, medium, and small cylindrical fenders 12v outlet on aft deck for high-draw 12v gear. Propane locker, vented, aft on deck with two aluminum propane tanks (approved for NZ use)2. MOB Horseshoeswith strobes. MOB pole with strobe. Lifesling Boarding platform. Boarding ladder. Switlik 6-person life raft with optional torroidal stabilization.
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