Used Voyage 370 Catamaran For Sale
TYGART I

SOLD! (05/02)

 

Boat Name:

 TYGART I

Designer

 Alexander Simonis

Builder:

 Voyage Yachts

Model Year:

 1999

Model:

 Voyage 370

Asking Price (US) $:

 $239,000  $219,000  $214,000  $198,500

Location:

 2Hulls Dock, Fort Lauderdale

Overall Length:

 36’ 09”

Waterline Length:

 33’ 00”

Beam:

 20’ 06”

Draft:

 3’ 03”

Engine(s):  2 x Yanmar 27 hp Diesels

Mast Height off DWL:

 55’ 10”

Displacement:

 13,000 lbs

Sail Area:

 915sq ft

Water Capacity:

 500 liters

Fuel Capacity:

 500 liters

2 x Motors:

 27 Hp

Berths:

 6 + 2

HULL DECK AND BULKHEADS:
Hand laid-up GRP construction using multi layers of Quadraxial glass roving, isophthalic and orthophthalic
Polyester resin and other highest grade material
Closed cell PVC foam core, vacuum bonded for stiffness, strength and minimal weight
Marine ply on critical structure bulkheads for added strength and stiffness
Reinforced fitting areas for rudders, keels, mast, chain plates and deck fittings
Forward water tight compartments with horizontal bulkheads
 Skeg supported rudders
Low aspect keels, reinforced for beaching.
Antifouling over epoxy based osmosis barrier.

DECK FITTINGS:
STAINLESS STEEL, Grade 316
Bow pulpits with seats
Pulpits on stern
Brackets for two life ring buoys
Brackets for two overboard lights
Stanchions and stanchion bases
Swim ladder
Grab rails on coach roof
Double guard wires

DECK EQUIPMENT:
2 x Primary winches on coach roof: Andersen 46ST
1 x Manual windlass
Tracks, cars, jammers and blocks
8 x Aluminum mooring cleats

PLUMBING:
4 x Automatic electric bilge pumps
2 x Manual bilge pumps
1 x Calorifier (hot water system) 40 liters
Self draining cockpit
Pressurized hot & cold deck shower

HATCHES AND WINDOWS:
Hatches: 7
Port lights: 6
Tinted Acradite windows: 4
Aluminum framed sliding door
GRP locker lids: 2 x foredeck, 4 x cockpit

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:
Basic safety equipment: flares, 5 x life jackets, 4 x harnesses, first aid kit and 2 life rings

RIGGING:
7/8th fractional rig
Aluminum mast, boom and cross beam
Mast supported by double spreaders, intermediate and cap shrouds
2 x reefing lines with luff pendant
Navigation lights
VHF antenna
Lazy jacks
Double purchase main halyard

SAILS:
Fully battened main, 3 reef points, 10,3 oz cross cut Dacron
Piston hanked Genoa, 7,3 oz cross cut Dacron
Stack pack
Sheets and control lines

COCKPIT:
Steering console including
Stainless steel steering wheel
Instrument console
3 x Storage lockers
Helmsman’s seat

ACCOMMODATION:
MAIN SALOON
Leather upholstered cushions
Storage in seating modules
Dining table with seating for 6
GRP moulded finish to modules

GALLEY:
4 Burner propane stove and oven
Stainless steel sink with cover
Recessed drip tray
Pressurised hot and cold water
Soap dispenser
Front opening  refrigerator12VAdler/Barbour
Top opening cooler box
GRP molded finish to modules
Large working areas
Corian work surfaces with stainless steel rails & fiddles
Stainless steel waste chute with cover.

FORWARD AND AFT CABINS:
Queen size double bunk with splitmattresses
GRP moulded finish to modules
Ample shelf space and hanging locker
Cabin and reading lights
Cave lockers
Step with leather seat covers
Stainless steel towel rails

HEAD COMPARTMENTS:
Marine toilet
Wash basin and shower with pressurized hot and cold water
Integrated shower grate and sump
GRP molded finish to modules
Mirror
Vanity cabinet
Soap dispensers
Stainless steel towel rails

NAVIGATION CENTRE:
Recessed chart table with chart stowage
Instrument console
Navigation seat
Removable panels for access to electrical installation

INSTRUMENTATION:
Compass
ICOM IC-M45 VHF radio

ELECTRICS:
2 x Engine start batteries (12V) @ 65 AH
Ships load batteries (12V) gel - 200 AH
Circuit breaker panel
Link 200 system
Battery isolator switches
Ceiling lights
Lazarette and engine compartment lights
1 x Deck light
1 x Cockpit light
5 x Interior 110V outlets: 3 in saloon, 1 in each cabin
110V shore cable socket
Mast top and lower navigation lights
Steaming light

ENGINE EQUIPMENT:
2 x 27 Hp fresh water cooled Yanmar diesel engines
Sound insulation
2 x Instrument panels
2 x 55A alternators
Fixed propellers
High pressure fuel line

MOORING GEAR AND GROUND TACKLE:
25 Kg Delta anchor
50 m galvanized chain and 50 m nylon
Anchor

OTHER:
Battery upgrade to 400AH (Sola Block 6/200)
Black water systems (Holding tanks)
Cabin fans x 3 Hella Turbo
Cockpit cushions
Cockpit table - Rigid
Electrical extras - dimmers, courtesy lights & boom lights
Freezer 12V Adler Barbour PowerPlate
Fuel and Water tank Guages
Gennaker package complete
Genoa roller furler
Mid Ship Head Starboard
Raytheon ST60 Tridata & Wind
Raytheon ST6000+ Auto Pilot/Whitlock drive
Replace 1 x 55A alternator with 1 x 120A  Ample Power Alternators with Smart Multi stage regulator
Sheet pouches
Stainless steel framed Bimini
Teak dive platform at stern
Teak walkway between trampolines
Telescopic Boom Derrik
Upgrade Engines to 27Hp
Upgrade to electric windlass
Bridle with thimbles for anchoring
Engine spares
Harken Bat car system for main sail
Window Covers
Sound system - 12V Sony CD, Amplifier, 2 WP/Cockpit speakers and 2 speakers in saloon
Cabin/Galley/saloon/Cockpit Appointments
Fortress anchor F23 + 150ft anchor rode
BBQ
Screacher:
Area = 60 sq meters
Cloth = Diax 90 LSP
UV Cover on leech and foot

OWNER'S COMMENTS:
TYGART I is a high-performance cruising 37-foot catamaran, built by award-winning Voyage Yachts of South Africa (The Voyage 440 being voted 2001 Cruising Yacht of the Year,by Cruising World). This 1999, better-than-new cat has over $50,000 worth of upgrades including a roller-furling screecher, an A-Symmetrical Spinnaker package and much more.

TYGART I was built primarily for style and comfort, though its appearance and performance are equally impressive, as noted by friends of the owner following a 7-day stay aboard. “After years of vacationing throughout the world, our holiday aboard TYGART I was by far the best!  Thanks, Doug, and we look forward to doing it again next year.”

TYGART I has safely and comfortably sailed the Atlantic, including trips to The British Virgin Islands, Bahamas, Florida, and the Chesapeake Bay. In May 2001, she made the 1800-mile trip from Tortola, BVI to Annapolis effortlessly in ten-days.  Sister ships have been known to hit speeds as high as 23 knots in South Africa.

Purchased new at the Miami boat show in February 1999, TYGART I is in perfect condition. Sailing TYGART I smoothly in the Gulf Stream at 12 knots while sipping coffee and catching the sunrise on a pre-dawn watch; and entertaining friends at secluded anchorages on the Chesapeake or somewhere in the Caribbean are a few of the owner’s most valued memories.  TYGART I is clearly one the finest 37-foot cruising catamarans available today.  

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