|Boat Name:||CAROLINA FLYER|
|LWL:||35 0 MAX|
|Main Hull Beam:||12 0|
|Draft:||1 8 (board up) / 7 6 (board down)|
|Underwing Clearnace:||5' 0"|
|Headroom:||6 4 (max) 50 (min)|
|Mast Height above LWL:||54' 8"|
|Weight:||5,700 lbs. (empty), 7,800 lbs. (loaded)|
LAYOUT & ACCOMMODATIONS:
The cabin is entered through a companionway from the aft cockpit. Entry is into the navigation and galley area. To port is a 2 burner Force-10 propane stove, a stainless steel sink with pressurized faucets as well as two foot operated pumps for fresh as well as salt water. A top opening refrigerator cooled by an Alder-Barbour refrigeration unit with a freezer compartment is aft. There is tankage for 50 gal. of fresh water. There are sliding bins for stores and custom canvas pockets for cooking utensils. To starboard is the navigation area with a 3 foot chart table with room for chart storage underneath. A teak console holds all navigation equipment.
Aft of the companionway ladder is the enclosed head and shower area which is equipped with a Lavac vacuum head with both holding tank and overboard systems. There is also a pressure water shower and a shower sump pump. The area is enclosed with removable vinyl curtains. The showerhead can be used in the cockpit as well.
Forward of the galley is the main cabin area with queen size berths port & starboard (76 x 60) with 4 foam cushions. There are custom canvas zippered bags for cloths storage on both outboard bulkheads as well as storage bins under each berth. Centerline has a double drop-leaf table mounted on the teak and holly cabin sole. There is a Weams & Plath clock and barometer mounted on the forward bulkhead.
ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION:
Autohelm 6000 autopilot with cockpit remote control
Standard Communications VHF with masthead antenna
CARD collision avoidance radar detector
Raymarine knot meter & speedometer (2002)
Magellan 1000 GPS
2 C.Plath cockpit mounted compasses
1 handheld hand bearing compass
Datamarine wind instruments
2 class B EPIRBS
MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL:
Vessel is equipped with twin (2) Yamaha 9.9 hp high trust motors (new 1999)
4 cycle electric start with single lever cockpit controls
Less than 200 hours on each engine
There is an 18-gallon fiberglass internal fuel tank as well as a 3.5-gallon remote tank
The boat will motor at 7 knots burning .5 gallons per hour per engine
The engines each have a 3.5 amp alternator, which charge the 2 batteries with a selector switch
The batteries also may be charged with the onboard Balmar Powercharger (DC generator)
A distribution panel with circuit breakers and a voltmeter and charging indicator controls the electric circuits
Lighting includes a masthead tricolor/anchor/strobe, running lights, deck light and ten interior lights
There are two Hella 6 two speed fans
Jensen marine AM-FM cassette system with speakers in cockpit and in cabin
DECK & HULLS:
Design & Construction: The hulls and decks are constructed of hand laid fiberglass and vinylester resin over end grain balsa core. The Condor is an open wing design with mesh trampolines in the areas between the hulls (lashings replaced 2000). The trampolines have custom zippered line storage bags sewn into them. Two fiberglass crossbeams connect the hulls. She has a vertically retracting dagger board in the main hull for leeway resistance. The rudder can also retract for beaching. The rudder connects to a heavy-duty aluminum tiller with a new Fore-spar tiller extension. The amas are watertight and have several inspection ports. The vessel has no known structural defects and was thoroughly surveyed in April 2000.
The vessel is operated from a 12 long aft cockpit
All halyards, reef lines & boom-vang controls are led aft through Lewmar sheet stoppers
Running rigging is controlled by six Lewmar self-tailing stainless steel winches
There is a bow pulpit, stern pulpit and double lifelines with stanchions
3 Lewmar hatches and four Lewmar opening ports as well as a new Nicro ventilator supply cabin ventilation with fan
25# CQR with 25 of galvanized steel chain
30# Danforth with 25 of chain a second 200 5/8 nylon anchor rode
4 dock lines
Full cockpit bimini (new 2001)
SAILS & RIGGING:
7/8 sloop rigged with an Isomat fixed, decked stepped, double spreader, double jumper, heavy walled aluminum mast and boom Single line reefing and the outhaul are internal in the boom
Standing rigging is stainless steel with swaged terminal fittings
She has running backstays as well as a fixed backstay with a 4:1 backstay adjuster
A new Garhauher solid boom vang was added in 2001
Mainsail Calvert custom square top with Strong easy slide track new 2001
Full battens three reef points extra heavy cruising mylar
Genoa 145% C&C sails of Houston, 8 oz. Dacron w/furling shield new 1999
Genoa 135% Mylar - used but serviceable
Spinnaker multicolored - UK 1988 light use with spinnaker sock
Mainsail UK 1988 good for spare
Lifesling man overboard rescue system
2 throwable cushions
4 life vests
2 portable fire extinguishers
1 halon automatic fire extinguisher
One heavy duty Henderson manual bilge pump
Two portable bilge pumps and one electrical bilge pump
Engine spares including prop, filters, and hoses
CAROLINA FLYER was designed by Mick Price and built by Condor LTD. The Condor is a rugged high performance offshore trimaran with reasonable cruising accommodations. These boats have been raced successfully and several have made very fast trans-oceanic voyages.
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