|Engines:||Yanmar SDH.P.9 X 2|
|Location:||2H Dock-Ft. Lau|
|Price:||$125,000 Reduced from $159,000|
ACCOMMODATIONS & LAYOUT:
Eno 2 burner propane stove with oven; water heater; pressure, manual water system; refrigerator/freezer powered by either propane, 12V or 220V; microwave oven (800 watt); portable gas BBQ; cooking utensils, cutlery and crockery for 8 and towels for 4.
ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT:
Rudder angle indicator
Suunto handheld compass
Autohelm ST4OOO autopilot
Autoheim 5T7000 autopilot
Yaesu FT747 GX SSB
Goldstar GS916 radar
Autohelm ST50 depth sounder
Autohelm ST50 wind speed/direction
Magellan 2000 handheld GPS '95
Panosonic CD & Accord cassette players
- w/4 internal & 2 cockpit speakers
2 Barigo clocks (l in nav station and l in cockpit)
Uriiden VHF radio
Nasa Radiofix Markv RDF
Navstar XR4-L GPS '91
Garmin handheld GPS '95-(w/external antenna &pwr. cable)
Autohelm STSO water speed log
Autohelm ST5O distance log
2 X 14" Tv's
VCR for USA & VCR for European tapes
12 volt (DC); 220 volt (AC); 4 batteries (440 amp-hours total); 220V/15 amp battery charger; 2 - 55 watt solar panels; Rutland wind generator; Markon 220V/5.5 KVA generator.
DECK & HULL:
2 anchors; fiberglass deck; Lewmar 1000 electric windlass; fenders and lines; navigation lights; swim platform; swim ladder; hull color is white; lifelines; 8 ft. Zodiac with 5 HP Mariner outboard; 2 boat hooks; 3 steel propane tanks (60 lb total). Anchor inventory includes 22 lb Bruce, a 33 lb CQR, approximately 195 ft of chain and various rodes. Canvas inventory: bimini, center hatch cover, wheel cover, winch and control covers and cockpit cushions. New bottom job in 1998.
SAILS & RIGGING:
Equipped for cruising; aluminum spar stepped on deck; stainless wire standing rigging; Harken roller furling; 5 Harken winches; hydraulic backstay adjuster. All sails are 1991 North : full batten main, genoa and staysail in good condition and a gennaker that has been repaired but is in good condition.
MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT & ENGINE DETAILS:
Cockpit controls; Whitlock wheel steering; 5 automatic and manual bilge pumps; holding tank head; Yanmar sail drive engines and Yanmar SD20 transmissions.
Pur 35 Survivor watermaker (1.5 gl/hr), 8 life jackets, 8 life harnesses, 8 man Elliott liferaft, MOB pole and life ring, emergency tiller, 2 Halon fire extinguishers and numerous flares.
Complete set of tools(including cordless drill), spares for generator, spare propeller and engine zinc anodes, spare bulbs for interior lights, extra water and fuel containers.
Moulded fibreglass hull, bulkheads are laminated and each one was bonded to the hull while still in the mould. Deck is one piece fibreglass with sandwich composite between inner and outer fibreglass skins for stiffening. Anti-skid on all horizontal surfaces including cabin top. Dean Catamarans are built in Cape Town, South Africa. Construction began in 1980 and they are now known as the largest South African builder of ocean going multi-hulls. They are very stable with excellent performance, yet very tough.
"Orcinus" was built as a charter boat and as such has passed the very tough South African D.O.T. certification. She was sailed very little in the first two years. Since then she has been sailed only about 7500 miles, hence everything is almost like new aboard. She was last hauled in November 1997, but will probably need her bottom painted again. She is a very tough boat and handles rough seas very well. More than 80 of these boats have been built and all are still sailing. She has been maintained regardless of cost and everything on board is working.
Details are thought to be reliable but are not
Offer subject to change, prior sale and tax when applicable.
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