Used Gemini 105 DL Catamaran For Sale
PER AMORE

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Yacht Name:  PER AMORE
Year Built/Model Yr.:  1998
L.O.A:  33 06
Model:  Gemini 105 DL
Builder:  Performance Cruising, Inc.
USD($) Price:  $129,000  $125,000  $115,000 $110,000
Location:  New Jersey
Beam:  14 00
Draft Min/Max:  1 06 / 5 06
Mast Hgt. Off Water:  45' 00"
Displacement:  7,300 lbs.
Engine(s):  Westerbeke 27 hp Diesel
Berths:  3 doubles
Staterooms:  3
Heads:  1
Fuel Capacity:  36 gal
Fresh Water Cap.:  60 gal
L.W.L:  31 09
Bridge-deck Length:  29' 06"
Wing-deck Clearance:  1' 06" - 3' 03"
Mainsail Area:  310 s.f.
Genoa Area:  350 s.f.
Payload:  3,000 lbs.
Designer:  Tony Smith

LAYOUT & ACCOMMODATION:
Berths for up to 8, all cushions 4 foam with fabric cover.
Queen size in master cabin 5 04 X 6 06 5 foam.
Double in each aft cabin 4 08 wide.
Headlining part fiberglass molding, part foam back fabric hull lining.
Floor molding with teak and holly inserts varnished with 6 coats.
Master cabin with full hanging locker and vanity with six drawers and one bin.
Galley 7 06 x 19 wide, with Formica top, 2 drawers, storage under surface.
Propane stove with two burners, oven and broiler.
Dinette/saloon area, square dinette, with 4 foam cushions, storage under.
Dinette table is teak and trifold.
Head fully molded with storage.
Marine head with 18 gallon holding tank with2 Y-valves, and deck pump out.
2 x 30 gallon fresh water tanks under aft berths with deck fill.
63 headroom throughout.
Main cabin door in white starboard with window.
Sliding bulkhead windows.
Pleated blinds.
Relelective shades for all hatches - keeps boat cool in summer and reduces interior sun damage.
Factory installed visor over forward looking cockpit windows - keeps boat cool in the summer and reduces interior sun damage.
Removable screens for windows between cockpit and main salon.

ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION:
Autohelm Wind and Tridata units
Autohelm 4000 autopilot
AM/FM CD with 2 speakers
VHF
VHF antenna

ELECTRICAL & MECHANICAL:
27HP Westerbeke inboard diesel engine with steerable Sonic Drive propeller leg.
2 x 18 gal fitted fuel tanks.
4 deep cycle marine batteries.,2 x 12v switch panels with 6 breakers,1x110v panel
7 interior lights. (3 fluorescent)
8 Hella fans
Refrigerator 3 cu ft. propane and 110v
Water heater 110/engine w. 6 gal tank.
Pressure water system.
Propane detector with 2 sensors.
6 x 12v outlets
Shore power 30 amp.7 outlets
2 muffin fans AC/DC in refrigerator vents at helm to help disperse heat in hot weather.
AC/DC Electrically boosted TV Status omnidirectional antenna on Mast.
Replaced Westerbeke diesel filter Racor 230R2 Spin-on Filter with see thru bowl and primer pump.

DECK & HULLS:
Stainless steel pulpit, stern corner posts, 6 stanchions and 2 rows life lines.
Stainless steel hand rails on cabin top.
Uflex twin steering cable steering system
PVC gunwale guard over hull and deck joint bonded throughout, bolted every 5
Fiberglass pilot house canopy covering 52 into cockpit, with two large opening ports.
Antifouling bottom paint.
Lexan gray tinted windows, chemical and scratch resistant.
Anchor locker and sail locker on foredeck, all self draining.
3 x cockpit lockers, 2 aft storage lockers. Port, stbd, stern, steaming, tricolor, anchor  and deck lights
Buoyancy tanks fore and aft in each hull.
4 Bomar hatches with screens, over head, master and dinette.
Two port lights in each aft cabin.
Unballasted asymmetrical centerboards 18/56  
Fiberglass molded transom steps.
Under hung, adjustable fiberglass and steel kick up rudders
Swim ladder.  4 fenders, 4 lines, 22lb Danforth anchor, with 6 chain 100 rode.
5 mooring cleats, thru-bow-sprit anchor roller.
Aluminum cockpit arch supports bimini and makes great handholds while in the cockpit, around rear deck and climbing into or out of cockpit.
Custom sunbrella and vinyl covers with insulated backing for windows protects surface and keeps interior cooler and reduces interior sun damage.
Heavy duty adj. helmsmen chair.

SAILS & RIGGING:
Fractional anodized 39 double spreader mast with boom, slab reefing, 2 halyard winches.
3 Full battens, mainsail with 2 rows of reefing points, 310 sqft. Cover.
Roller Genoa 150% with UV cover Schaefer system.
2 x self tailing winches. Genoa/Jib  tracks.
Mac Pac mainsail cover and sail furling system with lazyjacks.
Dutchman "Boom Brake" accidental jibe preventor.

OTHER:
Over $1,500 in spare parts: prop, engine parts kit, significant drive leg parts.
4 fire extinguishers.
Halon fire extinguisher system mounted in engine compartment.

Additions to PER AMORE:

She has all the standards and all the improvements to the-off-shelf 105 have been done.  See my The Complete List of things to do to a New Gemini 105 which was published on the Gemini List server.  At the time, fall of 1998, there were 27 items.  In the last 3 years there have been so many more improvements that I have lost count.  The last was the installation of two #304 Stainless Steel Hatch Adjusters by SeaBould. 

Keep in mind, my boat was one of those Tony Smith's boat show models which came from the factory with 4 group 24 batteries, a High Output Alternator with regulator, Freedom 2000 inverter, Link 20 battery monitor, Air Conditioning/Heating that can be run off the alternator, varnished (6 factory coats) Teak and Holly sole, extra AC and DC outlets throughout, 6 fans, Autopilot, tridata, davits, 2 large solar panels with regulator. 

I added a high end Interphase Twinscope Forward Looking Sonar a Raytheon RL72RC, Chart plotter and 24 mile Radar integrated with a Raytheon Differential GPS (DGPS 114)  and a Raytheon seatalk to NMEA multiplexor that plugs into the serial port on any laptop. All SeaTalk instruments are integrated and will also display all the measured Seatalk data on a laptop running any of the popular charting software via the NMEA serial connection.  I use ChartView Pro v.3.0 with complete satisfaction and will install a copy with charts on the buyers laptop.

COMMENTS:
The Complete List of things to do to a New Gemini 105

Complied by Owner, Per Amore hull# 618 in 1998

1.Install on the unstepped mast a Raython RL72RC Radar/Chartplotter, an Omni Directional Status TV Antenna, a GAB Electronics Cellular Antenna (mast head) and a AcquaSignal Steeming Flood Light Combo and restep the mast. - done -

2.Install a Interphase Twinscope in the forward section of the Port hull. - done -

3.Inspect floatation tanks for water intrusion according to Bob Olson "Simple Pleasures" Pamlico Sound in North Carolina - done -  no problem

4. Put large see thru inspection ports in the floor in front of the water tanks  According to Tom and Gina Muha "Taj Muha" #553 done

5.Check lube oil drain plugs near the propeller for corrosion and paint removal. Replace the steel plug with stainless steel, get extra plugs and fill exposed head and threads of the plug with grease and cover with aluminized tape. According to Mark Purdy.105M, #547 Aristocat done

6.Routinely remove the propeller and grease the spline shaft, maybe annually or every six months, depending upon use. According to Mark Purdy.105M, #547 Aristocat  - done every few mo.

7.Inspect and replace the sacrificial zinc which is concealed by the propeller hub. According to Mark Purdy.105M, #547 Aristocat done every 6 mo.

8.Put sealant (latex caulk) around the penetrations for the steering cables from inside the outboard storage. This should prevent water intrusion and mildew on the fabric on the aft bulkhead. According to Mark Purdy. 105M, #547 Aristocat. done

9.Organize wires behind control consoleAccording to Mark Purdy. 105M, #547 Aristocat done and added extra 12 v. breaker panel and rewired both panels for optimal DC distribution

10.Examine the two allen head screws that hold the pivot pins in place for the drive leg. Make sure they do not interfere with the casting when turning hard. If damaged or deformed replace them with shorter ones such that when fully seated, they are recessed into the surrounding casting or with hex head screws. Grease screws or coat with Antisieze compound. According to Mark Purdy. 105M, #547 Aristocat done

11.Check the large yoke casting that attaches the Sonic leg and always carry a spare yoke. According to Mark Purdy. 105M, #547 Aristocat  - done spare yoke on board

12.Obtain from Sonic Leg Ltd. and always carry a spare yoke, a spare propeller, extra stainless oil drain plugs and a maintenance kit. According to Mark Purdy. 105M, #547 Aristocat Done all spares come with boat

13.Seal the inspection ports atop the water tanks with a curable sealant to prevent overflow and do not fill tanks to the top. According to Mark Purdy. 105M, #547 Aristocat done - sealed tanks will not overflow

14.Install a filter in front of water pump. According to Mark Purdy. 105M, #547 Aristocat done

15.Mount a outboard motor mount on the starboard hull. West Marine Master Catalog on page 283 (see page 291 in 1998 Master Catalogue). WM Part#s 3803219 ( Fulton Adjustable Outboard Bracket) = $114.49 and 546499 (Fulton transom plate) = $52.99. According to Rob Hoffman SUNDOG #551. done - This allows dingy outboard to be used as an auxiliary motor.  My 5 hp Honda will propel the boat at 4 knots on a flat sea.  Good for gunk holing in 18 in. of water since the Sonic Leg prop need 24 in. to be comfortable.  Also good for trolling.

16.Mount a "Life sling" MOB system in a hard or soft case affixed to the stern bridgedeck rails. According to Rob Hoffman SUNDOG #551. Done

17.Pull out the breaker/switch panels a giving a tug on each of the wires going into crimp connectors. Do the same for the instruments, mast wires, fridge, and everywhere else. Check couplings too, and when you see two different wire sizes (a 12 gal and 20 gal, as is the case for the fridge) coupled with a crimp-coupling especially be sure to tug on these wires. . According to Len Krauss #625 Sundancer III done

19.Look everywhere for any sharp bends in propane copper tubing, ESP on the fridge. According to Len Krauss #625 Sundancer III Done

20.Fit the anchor locker with a wash down pump. According to Tom and Gina Muha "Taj Muha" #553 - Mine is in the sail locker  -Done -

21.Check for leaks at the joint between the top and bottom halves of the boat especially at the bows and seal if found.  Done  no leaks.

22. Check outdrive steering lines for wear and the metal plate for roughness. Repair if necessary
. Done added chafe protection According to Sid & Julie Blachford Class-i-cat Bahamas.

23. Rotate the gaiter/boot 90 or 180 degrees at least annually. Done regularly. According to W. Mark Powell

24. Have a Gater/Boot Cover made of Sunbrella and cover the gater/boot. Done

25. Replace all the Hatch Latches with Perko Lockable Latches
. Done

26. Buy and install scuppers under bridge deck Done

27. Buy and install Whale Gusher 220 in place of the Gusher 99 shower pump. The 220 is more powerful and self priming. Done

As you can see, PER AMORE has been very well maintained and will well worth a look!

Details are thought to be reliable but are not guaranteed. 
Offer subject to change, prior sale and tax when applicable.
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