|Yacht Name:||DADDYS BOAT|
|Location:||2H Dock-Fort Lauderdale|
|Engine(s):||2 x 20 HP Yanmar Diesel|
|Fuel Capacity:||110 gallons - aluminum|
|Fresh Water Cap.:|
The boat was built using System 3 Epoxy and Baltek DuraKore Composite construction. There are five beams connecting the hulls. 18 ounce tri-axial cloth was used in glassing both the interior and exterior of the hulls. All of this provides an extremely strong yet light (8000 Ibs) boat.
Each hull carries a 12 foot long by 18 inch deep fixed keel capable of supporting the weight of the boat. During an extensive cruise lasting almost a year and covering the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean, the boat proved to be structurally sound, exceptionally. sea-worthy, safe and comfortable. With her twin Yanmar Diesels she motors at 6-7 knots. Under sail with favorable winds of 20 knots she cruises at 9-10 knots.
Her draft is just under 3 feet which of course allows both sailing and anchoring in areas not accessible to many monohulls. In the event of grounding, the shafts and wheels are protected by the keels and the rudders are protected by skegs.
The boat carries a 277sq. ft. main sail incorporating Harken System B Batten Travelers for ease of raising and lowering. The 135% headsail is roller furled on a Harken Unit 2 system. In addition there is an 1104 sq. ft. asymetric spinnaker. All sail handling gear is Harken including two 42:1 two speed, self-tailing winches.
Each hull has a 2 GM 20 Yanmar diesel and a 55 gallon aluminum fuel tank. The engines use standard one inch stainless steel shafts with LasDrop seals. The controls are Morse single lever.
A large lighted Ritchie compass is at the helm. At the nav station is a new Garmin Map 230 GPS. The autopilot is an Alpha 3000 using a state of the art control arm attached to the port rudder quadrant. It takes it's heading from a below deck electronic fluxgate compass. Power consumption is less than 2 amps.
Steering is an Edson wheel operated Push-Pull mechanical cable system.
Two Hummingbird depth meters are used with a through hull transducer in each hull.
A waterproof Shakespeare VHF radio is mounted in the cockpit. Near the nav station is an Icom M600 Single Side Band radio with an AT 120 Automatic Antenna Tuner utilizing an insulated starboard backstay.
Air conditioning consists of an Aqua Air 16000 BTU marine cooling and heating system.
Hot water is provided to the shower room, galley and outdoor shower via an Atlantic 6 gallon heater powered by I l0v shore power or starboard engine coolant.
Each hull contains a 220 Amp Hour System using two sets of two 6 volt Trojan golf cart batteries wired in series. The two systems can be integrated or separated using Guest Switches and is totally monitored by an Amp - Hour + 2 meter. The system was designed by Cruising Equipment Co. Seattle WA. Shore power is a 30 amp 110v service.
Origo 4000 two burner alcohol stove. The refrigerator is a Sea Frost engine driven 809 holding plate system and a Sea Frost Shore Assist 11 Ov System This refrigerator will make ice cubes.
Wilcox Crittenden electric head in the starboard shower and a manual head in the forward port berth.
33 lb Bruce
33 lb Danforth
80 feet of 3/8 galvanized chain
Daddy's Boat is an 11 meter cruising catamaran designed by Australian designer Roger Simpson. This beautiful unique custom boat, built by Oceanmaster Catamaran, was launched in February 1995. After returning to Galveston from 10 months of cruising, she was completely refitted with a light birch interior, teak and holly floors, custom upholstery both in the interior and the cockpit, air conditioning and other equipment. In late May of this year, she was hauled out for a bottom job and repainting of the topside with creara colored DuPont Imron and columbia blue trim.
Details are thought to be reliable but are not guaranteed. Offer subject to change, prior sale and tax when applicable.
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