$ 1,700,000 USD
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13555 Fiji Way
Marina del Rey CA 90292 USA
Charter vessels, especially square-rigger replicas are rare.
This amazing replica was built between 2018 to 2021 from an empty hull created earlier.
A full USCG inspection of the hull was done before the completion of the vessel started in North California to higher standards.
She has a USCG COI certificate for dock-side attraction and an inter-water way charter certificate (pending). She is also a blue water cruiser.
Fantastic business opportunity in a booming charter business.
The vessel has a definite look of an antique pirate square-rigged brigantine.
The hull was built from the original blueprints of the famous ship the Sultana which was built by the British to protect the coast of Massachusetts from pirates. The hull was built by a company out of Dartmouth England for a client in Pillar Point, South of San Francisco CA.
It is constructed out of Kevlar Palomar, composite a very strong material. It is in fact the same material that was used to build the supports for the golden gate bridge, 1/8 x 1/8 stainless steel wire 18 layers of it with a galvanized coating then air paddles pressed.
A comprehensive annual maintenance schedule by the owner/builder/operator is available.
RECENT SURVEY AVAILABLE.
Official Number: 580332
LOA: 88' (21.95 Meters)
Type: Sail- Used
Refit Year: 2021
Beam: 19' 5''
Draft Max: 9'
Single Berths: 4
Double Berths: 2
Queen Berths: 1
King Berths: 1
Cruise Speed: 7 Knots
Fuel Type: Diesel
Hull Material: Other
Fuel Tank: 244 Gallons (923.64 Liters)
Fresh Water: 200 Gallons (757.08 Liters)
Holding Tank: 40 Gallons (151.42 Liters)
Gross Tonnage: 44
Displacement: 44 tonnes
Ballast Weight: 14 lbs
The vessel is actually built of all fine modern materials: Polymer, Kevlar, and composite with the inside hull ‘Armature’ built of stainless steel 880 with galvanized outer-layer
½ X ½ inch cable layered inside the hull and built to scantling specifications by the Dartmouth Shipbuilders of Pillar Point Yard south of San Francisco.
From the open wheel with electronics in a forward wooden locker, the flush deck with non-skid has several hatches built of ‘African Mahogany’ masts partnered through deck rings down to the keel which is ballasted with 14 tons of lead.
A ten-foot ladder descends down the companionway leading into the main saloon with ‘U’ shaped red-velvet sofa seating on the port to starboard is the second modern ‘Electrasan’ head which empties into the center holding tank.
Aft is the master stateroom with a private enclosed head, mansion-sized bathing tub, and queen-sized berth.
Forward down three steps on starboard is the second head with a marble counter and blue ceramic basin atop, the small bar is close by here.
To port is the ‘U-shaped galley with an opening to Main Saloon to pass tea and food.
Starboard is a second guest stateroom with three berths, port two more bunk-berths
Three more in a third guest stateroom all singles with another forward starboard a double berth To port forward and last is a thick door that leads into the boson’s locker with tools, spares, and a small shop.
Extras: Kenwood stereo kdcx 303 with 4 X 1000 AMP 18” bass speakers, two tweeters, Bluetooth with USB ports; all new and modern system professionally installed.
Two X ‘Survitec’ ocean master 20-person A pack Silas USCG approved liferafts with hydrostatic releases and a six-man hard Achilles.
The Watermaker has been ordered and will be installed; added to the report.
Two 120-volt LG air-conditioners are working aboard as well.
There is a 60” Hisense ‘Smart TV’ above the sofa in the main saloon and each stateroom has a flat-screen TV with a DVD player for guests.
Joinery & Finish: Elegantly appointed.
Interior Bulkheads: Oak veneer ply.
Headliners: Oak veneer.
Cabin Sole: Composite fax wood.
Doorways: Thick swing doors.
Furnishings: Built-ins with a ‘U’ shaped deluxe velvet sofa in Main Saloon.
Cabinetry: Fair-joined wood.
Light Fixtures: 12-volt indirect LED.
Entertainment Equipment: Kenwood stereo with tweeters and speakers.
Water Intrusion Signs: No.
Moisture meter readings: Low.
Solid oak, mahogany, and pine wood used
In the main saloon and staterooms.
After the master stateroom queen berth with a private head with a mansion-sized bathtub.
Three more enclosed guest staterooms with bunk berths totaling eight berths for the crew of guests aboard.
Masts inspected at deck level, solid new spars. All yard arms, spars, and gaffs were inspected in the shop along with new galvanize 1 X 19 cable, all new New England lines, ropes, and blocks for complete rigging of the vessel; all new.
Spars were all Oregon White pine, newly built, boiled in linseed oil, gum turpentine, and thickly covered by pine tar for a protective full coat on all spars and masts.
AC System 120 V. Shore Power Inlet (50 Amp x 2).
Batteries (Location, Group):
Six 6-volt ‘deep-cycle’ batteries, and one 12-volt D-8.
Cold Cranking Amps: D-8 1200 CCA 120 #.
Stowage Method: Boxed and strapped to ABYC standards.
Cable Corrosion: Clean.
BATTERY CHARGER: Freedom Xintex Marine Charger.
Alternator (1). 85 Amp.
Garmin Radar/Chart/Plotter GPS MAP XX at the Helm.
VHF Icom IC-M3330
Antennas Radar, GPS, VHF on Mast.
Compass Lionel Train 1943 at the Helm in gin=mbals.
Stove Type & Model:
Force 10 in gimbals
Number of Burners: Three with oven.
Heat Protection: Yes.
Safety Solenoid: No.
Stove Fuel Stowage: LPG in the dedicated locker on deck.
Sink: Large basin stainless steel with mixer modern faucet.
Refrigerator: General Electric side by side with freezer.
Other: Kitchen-aid trash compactor,
Number, Type, & Fuel: One, six, diesel.
Manufacturer & Model: Cummins 5.9.
Serial Number: 60281434.
Number of Cylinders: Six.
Engine Hours: Less than 540 hours.
Flame Arrestor: Yes.
Belts & Pulleys: New, engine new in 2015.
Engine Mounts & Beds: 2&1/5X2&1/2”
Steel ‘L’ beams ¼” thick, full length with steel engine brackets, and adjustable mounts.
Exhaust System: All new hoses and components.
Filters: Racor, double-track system.
Type: Heat exchanger.
Raw Water Strainer: Large bronze Groco sea strainer.
Seacocks: Five below water-line all bronze ball valves new in 2016.
Manufacturer & Model: T C.
Gear Ratio: 6:1 ratio.
Shaft Material & Size: 1 &1/2” stainless steel.
Propellers: Bronze. Blades: 3.
Tankage: 244 USG (2 x 122). Material: Polyurethane.
GROUND TACKLE AND DECK EQUIPMENT
Anchor Type & Size: Yachtsman 120#
Rode Length & Construction: 200’ 3/8 BBB chain.
Windlass: Yes, Electric with cleat atop.
Bow Roller: Yes, phenolic.
Bowsprit: Yes, wooden spar doubled.
Bow Pulpit: Sturdy stainless steel.
Stern Pulpit: Bulwark all around.
Chocks & Cleats: Secure
Swim Ladder: Yes, portable.
Canvas/Covers: Canvas covers for all hatches.
Recreational or Extra Equipment:
Plotter, two 20-man certified liferafts ‘Survitec’ in a canister, Radar, Fire Boy Halon, Electrasan, and Kenwood stereo with 4X 1000 AMPS, tweeters and Bluetooth with USB ports, 5 flat-screens, and DVD players.
SAFETY AND FEDERALLY REQUIRED EQUIPMENT
COAST GUARD REQUIRED
Personal Flotation Jackets: 20 types I.
Throwable Devices: Seat type IV and
Four B-1 dry chemicals.
Visual Distress Signals: Four Flare kits with pistols updated with flares.
Sound Devices: Horn.
Navigation & Anchor Lights: Tested.
For more information about this yacht please contact Jean-Marie Cabri
We look forward to working with you!
13555 Fiji Way
Marina del Rey CA 90292 USA
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