2008 HYLAS 46
£319,500 tax paid
Fully bluewater equipped, turnkey Hylas 46
|New or Used||Used|
|Tax/VAT Status||Tax paid|
|Lying||Cardiff, United Kingdom|
|Engine||Yanmar 4JH4-TE 75hp|
|Keel Type||Fin Keel|
|Drinking Water Capacity||653l|
DescriptionVery rare UK-delivered and CE-marked German Frers Hylas 46 launched in 2009. Absolutely huge cruising spec with push-button cutter rig, genset, watermaker, air-con and so on.
FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:
The Hylas 46 has it all, elegance, performance and style. She is beautifully built and this one really does have it all. ADINA is absolutely bristling with equipment for blue water and extended sailing.
“A capable and very livable center-cockpit, it hits the target for what most cruisers are looking for today. Like all Hylas models the 46 is built like a rock with first-rate gear”
“I have plenty of offshore miles on this model and wouldn’t hesitate to take it anywhere”
Quotes from ‘Sailing a Serious Ocean’ by John Kretschmer
ADINA is a true bluewater cruiser and features with pictures and text in the RCC Pilotage Foundation ‘The Pacific Cruising Guide’ Kitty Van Hagen and ‘The Atlantic Cruising Guide’ Jane Russell
ADINA is totally ready to undertake the challenge under new ownership and comes ready with an encyclopedic inventory including:-
• Masthead sloop with cutter rig (main, staysail, yankee sail)
• Electric in-mast furling, electric yankee furler and suite of electric winches
• North Sails NPL Tour Norlam Xi laminate sails
• New Symmetric Spinnaker associated running rigging
• 4.5kw DC generator (Fischer Panda)
• Hydro generator (Sea & Watt)
• Solar panels
• Watermaker (Horizon Safari)
• Iridium Go! satellite phone
• New SSB (IC M802) with Pactor modem
• New standing rigging
• Full navigation suite including AIS, Radar
• Large separate fridge and freezer
Yachts like ADINA rarely come up for sale. With the best part of half a million pounds invested in her commissioning and continued expenditure throughout her current ownership in terms of maintenance and upgrades, her extremely reasonable asking price represents an unmissable opportunity for anyone looking to take on an ARC, World ARC, independent bluewater cruising or simply comfortable warm-weather liveaboard cruising.
** Note - walkthrough videos available on request **
Delivered new at the end of 2008 as a 2009 model and with a very full options list. She was lightly used around the Solent and English Channel ahead of a planned ‘big trip’ by her then owners but a change of their circumstances cut plans short. ADINA’s next owners completed a well-documented circumnavigation starting in 2013 and taking in many countries including the Galapagos, French Polynesia, Fiji, Vanuatu, Papua New Guinea, Malaysia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Seychelles, Madagascar and South Africa.
In 2018 the current owner bought her and started to prepare her for the next Round the World adventure. There have been extensive maintenance and comprehensive checks undertaken in the preparation. However, a planned departure in 2019 was delayed due to personal circumstances and now again in 2020.
Form and function combine with the keen eye and steady hand of renowned designer German Frers to produce this "must-see" cruising yacht. A true watertight collision bulkhead forward and another aft define the 46 as a serious offshore yacht.
But it gets even better. Step below into a world of refined elegance, beautifully hand-finished teak furniture, splendid totally private comfort for two couples, plus room for up to three additional guests. Abundant storage, unsurpassed electrical and mechanical systems. Top-shelf hardware in every application. A fantastic seagoing galley worthy of a much larger yacht.
In addition to a commanding specification that has been refined by thousands of miles at sea and the invaluable input of our many yacht owners, the Hylas 46 sparkles with a confident profile, a robust and modern sail plan, and a generous beam that carries well aft to provide both excellent stability and more interior volume than other yachts, all in just 46 feet.
YACHTING PRESS REVIEWS:
Yachting Monthly – October 2017 – Feature reviewing ADINA herself.
“What’s she like to Sail?
‘With electric furling for genoa and main, she is easily handled solo, which is essential on ocean passages. The elevated helm position feels secure rather than exposed, although low freeboard means the odd dusting of spray makes it into the cockpit. On passage, I could have tucked myself in under the sprayhood and keep watch from there. Switch off the autopilot and shes pleasing to steer, tight and responsive, but don’t expect the sort of feedback you’d get with a balanced spade rudder. As bluewater cruisers go, she’s really quite rewarding to helm.
What’s she like in port and anchor?
With the bimini up and the sprayhood down, the elevated cockpit will be shaded and high enough to catch a gentle breeze. Then step down onto the sidedecks, fold out the transom’s bathing ladder, grab your mask and snorkel from the transom locker and explore the reef. Rinse off the salt with the deck shower, then settle in the cockpit and grab the cold beer passed through the hatch to the galley. There is a boarding ladder in the lifelines for clambering aboard from a tender or pontoon and at the bow there’s a saltwater deck hose for cleaning the anchor and chain.
Down below, the aircon and fans will keep you cool in warmer climes. In more temperate areas there are plenty of opening hatches for ventilation, all fitted with fly screens. The owner’s cabin aft is the more sumptuous of the two but the guest cabin is well appointed with a decent amount of stowage. Both cabins are en suite and on a 46ft blue water cruiser, any more than two cabins is wasting space.
Would she suit you and your crew?
She’s a tried and tested solution for comfortable ocean cruising. She has solar panels on the sprayhood, a Watt & Sea towed generator that fits in a transom bracket, generous tankage, reliable generator and watermaker. The build quality throughout is exceptional and when you need to wield a spanner, as ocean cruisers must, you’ll love the maintenance access.
She’s ideal for a crew of two. With electric winches, furling and bowthruster, she’s easily managed and confidence will come from that. When you want to invite guests, the appointments in their en suite cabin will keep them very comfortable. The galley is kitted out with everything you need to entertain and the saloon is highly convivial. Just make sure your guests have booked a return flight or they’ll never leave.”
Cruising World Review:
"The Hylas 46 comes with extensive standard equipment and an abundance of top quality name brand gear. I deem her a 'must see' for any serious cruiser." "Certainly worth noting, the Hylas 46 gets "electrical panel award of the year" both for access to wiring and superb quality of its installation." "The Hylas 46 is also notable for an interior comfortable enough to border on plush and systems hard to beat for their meticulous installations." "There is excellent (engine) access at the front with further access through panels on three sides... the plumbing and thru hulls are meticulously labelled and easy to reach" "This is classic German Frers..."
Perry Design Review:
“The people at Hylas have brought us a series of cruising yachts drawn by German Frers and built at the Queen Long yard in Taiwan. I always liked the clean and modern styling of this yard's detailing. They've never built one of my designs, but I always wished they would.
Frers has one of the best eyes in the business, and his track record - from Maxis to Grand Prix racers - speaks for itself. This new Hylas is an effort to update the line and build on the center-cockpit concept.
At first glance at the profile you can see the effect of today's emphasis on sailing length. Overhangs forward and aft have been eroded away to a DWL of 39 feet and a D/L of 196. This 46-footer has an L/B ratio of 3.36. It's a very attractive hull shape with a pronounced forefoot knuckle at the cutwater and an even distribution of rocker fore and aft.
The rudder is a partially balanced spade with a small fractional skeg, which allows for a lower bearing for strength. The Hylas 46 has staterooms for two couples, with additional sleeping space available on the main cabin settees… The Hylas also has two heads and each has an adjoining shower stall.
Note also that the Hylas has moved the head forward of the berth in what we usually call a Pullman-style double forward. The shape of the bow severely limits how far forward you can push the head, with the result being that, in this model, you get a big forepeak.
On deck there are unusually wide side decks: a feature that I like. Excessively wide cabin trunks can and do create the feeling of airiness and space below; but they inhibit side deck width and put undue pressure on sheet leads and deck arrangements in general.
You can trust that German Frers would not give you a slug. This boat has the numbers and the pedigree to give it good performance. Aesthetically, center-cockpit boats under 50 feet are a challenge, but this one is okay… I do like the sexy hull shape; and it is for this reason alone I think the new Hylas 46 will make some of its competition look dated.”
• Our understanding is that the yacht is fully compliant with the European Union's Recreational Craft Directive (CE-marking) and is categorised A (unrestricted offshore).
Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
• Solid hand-laid fibreglass layup with no core and using vinylester resins and Isophthalic gelcoats.
• Twaron (Aramid - Kevlar) reinforcement for impact resistance.
• The hull is laid up with epoxy barrier coats below the waterline for optimal protection against osmosis.
• White gelcoat hull finish with pale blue boot top and strake lines.
• The deck is laid in hand-picked teak planking white gelcoat and contrasting grey non-skid in non-teaked areas.
• Teak raised bulwark with inset stainless steel fairleads.
• Teak laid cockpit sole and cockpit seating.
• Solid GRP fibreglass in all areas of deck for deck fittings and stress area.
• Watertight collision bulkhead forward of forward cabin with independent overboard drainage.
• Watertight stern sections across aft lazarettes and stern locker.
• Teak-laid bathing platform steps inset to transom.
• Micron 350 antifouling system. Prime & 2 coats (February 2019).
• Jaycar Power ultrasonic antifouling fore and aft.
• All thru hull fittings are solid bronze and all bonded.
• All chainplates in hull accessed and checked by Surveyor (January 2019).
Keel & Rudder:
• Solid lead long fin keel with bulbed profile (re-bedded and surveyor checked January 2019)
• 1 ½ " stainless steel keel bolts cast-in
• Semi-skegged GRP rudder for optimal performance, strength and protection (rudder replaced January 2019)
• The bottom of rudder plane is above the keel plane for grounding safety, although the tip of the rudder is designed to safely 'break off' in the event of a serious grounding
Engine & gearbox:
• Yanmar 4JH4-TE 75hp 4 cylinder turbo diesel engine
• Cockpit controls and complete alarm system – Yanmar engine instrument panel replaced June 2020
• Freshwater cooling system via raw water intake and heat exchanger
• Yanmar KM4A reduction gearbox with 2.65/1 reduction
• Morse single lever control system to protect against high RPM gear shifting
• Dual Racor 120gph fuel filtration system allowing independent filter and bypass system
• Electric oil change pump built in as standard
• Yanmar engine mounts (x4) replaced February 2019
• 12vDC engine room blowers with control at helm
• Exhaust hose, gasket and clamps replaced February 2019
Maintenance and Performance:
• Approx engine hours: approx 2,692 hours as of Autumn 2020
• Date of last engine service: June 2020
• Cruising speed: 6.5 knots (for maximum range) - 7.5 knots (standard cruising revs)
• Max speed 8 knots
Propulsion & Steering:
• Max-prop VP 22”x14” 3-bladed feathering propeller
• Rope cutter
• 38mm stainless steel propeller shaft (drawn and checked by surveyor January 2019)
• Vetus flexible shaft coupling
• Cutlass bearing replaced February 2019
• PSS non-drip shaft seal replaced January 2019
• Side-Power 95kgf 12vDC bow thruster with joystick control at helm (bowthruster unit replaced June 2020)
• Lewmar pedestal with large diameter hide-covered stainless steel helm wheel with cable linkage to quadrant
• Steering cables checked by surveyor and tensioned – January 2019
• Emergency steering gear
• 12vDC domestic system with 220vAC via shore power, generator or inverter
• 1x 12v 210Ah engine and generator start AGM battery GPL-4DL - April 2013
• 2x 12v 255Ah service AGM batteries GPL-8DL & 1x 12V 210Ah service AGM battery GPL-4DL joined to supply 720Ah @ 12v - July 2014
• 1x 12v 210Ah service AGM GPL-4DL battery – January 2019
• Battery parallel switch for engine and service battery banks
• Victron Technologies VE-Net battery monitoring system
• All batteries are isolated with a built in reverse isolation switch
• All batteries self-contained in their own storage boxes and strapped in place
• Victron Technologies Phoenix Multi-Plus 12vDC/3,000va/120Amp automatic charger/inverter
• Victron Technologies Phoenix multi-control for charger/inverter at chart table
• Yanmar 80Amp engine-mounted alternator for charging start battery
• Balmar 160Amp secondary high-output alternator for charging service battery banks
• Bamar Max-Charge MC-612 charge regulator
• Fischer Panda AGT DC 5000 4.5kw 12vDC generator
• Generator hours: approx 2360 hours as of Autumn 2020
• Generator last serviced: June 2020
• Watt & Sea 300W Hydrogenerator with 970mm leg - Custom-made stainless steel bracket on back step for mounting with through-deck plug for easy connect/disconnect as required
• Watt & Sea converter installed under chart table - June 2016
• 2x 90W Shine semi-flexible solar panels zipped onto sprayhood
• Victron Energy BlueSolar charge controller MPPT 70/15 System - February 2016
• Marinco 32Amp 50Hz 230vAC shore power system
• 220vAC ring main with sockets throughout 12vDC socket x 4 at nav station, starboard saloon, helm and in cockpit
• Main AC/DC control panel with V, A & Hz meters
PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS
• Two independent 12vDC Jabsco freshwater pump systems with visual indication lights at AC/DC panel – one replaced June 2020
• Manual freshwater pump, foot activated for freshwater accessed in the galley - new pump fitted November 2016
• Hot water supply via engine calorifier or 220vAC 1,500w immersion heater element in 10 US gallon powered by shorepower or inverter via generator
• Pressurised hot & cold water supplied to galley and heads
• Seagull IV filtered water supply to galley sink Hot & cold pressurised water supply to transom shower
• Horizon Safari 220vAC reverse-osmosis watermaker
• Watermaker laid up with new membrane fitted before decommissioning
• Watermaker hours - 980 hours as of Autumn 2020
• 12vDC automatic bilge pumps in aft lazarette with manual override at helm and two in main bilge with manual override at chart table
• Whale manual bilge pumps in cockpit sole
Grey & Black Water:
• Heads discharge outboard or to black water tanks via diverter valves
• Tankwatch 4 holding tank level monitors and discharge controls
• Blackwater holding tanks can discharge to sea or to land via s/s deck fillers
• All showers and sinks discharge directly outboard
• Hose pipe on reel and external dock filter with separate paper and carbon filters
• 3x stainless steel fuel tanks with combined capacity of 491 litres
• Tank levels monitored by Tank Tender gauge
• 2x stainless steel water tanks with combined capacity of 653 litres
• Tank levels monitored by Tank Tender gauge
• 2x GRP blackwater holding tanks with individual capacities of 30 litres
NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
• Simrad NSO integrated network system
• Simrad GS15 GPS antenna
• Simrad Closed array mast-mounted radar scanner
• Simrad DI10 10" colour radar/plotter display
• Simrad OP40 display controller
• Simrad AP24 autopilot control
• 3x Simrad IS20 multi repeaters
• Simrad IS20 wind display
• B&G anemometer - 2015
• Simrad IS20 tack display
• Simrad IS20 rudder indicator
• Ritchie Powerdamp steering compass
At chart table:
• Simrad NSO nav computer - 2016
• Simrad DI15 15" colour radar/plotter display
• Simrad OP40 display controller
• Simrad NAIS-400 Class B AIS Transceiver - 2016
• Simrad AP24 autopilot control
• Simrad WR20 remote commander for autopilot
• Clipper Navtex digital navtex display - antenna removed and stored on board
• Simrad RS87 VHF handset with DSC in cockpit with external speaker with second docking station and speaker at nav station – system re-conditioning February 2020
• Iridium Go! wifi satellite unit with external antenna mounted on pushpit for improved signal - 2015
• Insulated backstay aerial for SSB – June 2020
• Icom IC M802 MF/HF SSB transceiver – June 2020
• AT-141 automatic antenna tuner - 2015
• P4 Dragon DR-7X00 Pactor Modem
• VHF & AIS antennas and mast cables renewed in 2016
• Force 10 stainless steel propane gimballed cooker with 3-burners, oven & grill
• 220vAC microwave combination oven
• Frigoboat top-opening fridge & freezers with backup engine-driven compressors
• Stainless steel deep bowl sink
• Seagull water purification system
• Knife rack built into worktop
• Sealand 12vDC Vacuflush electric marine heads fore and aft
• Basins & showers with hot & cold water supply
• 12vDC pump out for showers
Heating & Ventilation:
• Cruisair reverse-cycle air-conditioning/heating in forward cabin, saloon and aft cabin with 220vAC pump
• 12vDC ventilation fans throughout interior
• Manship stainless steel opening deckhead hatches
• Stainless steel dorade cowls on forward coachroof and aft deck coachroof with crash-bars for forward dorade cowls; blanking plates for dorades.
• Stainless steel-framed windows and opening side-ports throughout
• 12vDC LED lights inset to deckhead with additional lights in engine bay
• Dedicated chart light at chart table
• 12vDC LED light strip fitted on sprayhood to provide cockpit lighting
• 12vDC Honeywell siren and Hella two-level LED light fitted on backstay, operated from switchboard at chart table
• Glomex amplified FM/TV aerial at top of mast
• LCD TV in saloon retracting electronically beneath cabinetry – 2017
• Alpine Radio/CD player with speakers in saloon, aft cabin and cockpit.
• Independent volume controls for all three areas (saloon, cockpit and aft cabin)
Summary of Accommodation:
• Up to six berths in two double cabins (guest forward & master aft) with additional pipecot berth in forward cabin and settee berth in saloon
• All berths fitted with lee cloths
• Interior joinery in Taiwanese teak with satin varnish
• Teak doors & trim
• Teak & holly solid floors with satin varnish
• Cream upholstery (Lambada Easy Care)
• Cream vinyl headlinings throughout and on exposed hull sides where there is no teak trim
• Solid teak handrails throughout the interior for easy movement offshore
• Epoxy sealed endgrains and subflooring
• All cabin sole pieces are positive locking for offshore
• Corian countertops in galley and heads, cream
• Mosquito screens for all opening hatches and ports
Description of Accommodation from Forward:
• In forepeak area.
• Corian counters with sink.
• Four mirrored storage lockers on starboard and two large storage lockers on port.
• Electric vacuflush marine heads.
• Shower with fitted shower curtain.
• Door lockable from inside ensuite.
Forward Guest Cabin:
• Aft of ensuite heads to port.
• Full double berth 6'9" in length with housed pipecot berth above.
• Four large drawers in two rows underneath berth and four lockers above berth.
• Starboard side 2 hanging lockers and four drawers in between plus two extra lockers.
• Full-length mirror on back of door to ensuite.
• Oceanair blind over hatch with blackout and mosquito net options.
• Door to saloon lockable with key
• Solid Teak dinette to port.
• Full length starboard settee.
• All tankage in main saloon is located below the sole allowing extensive storage under all seating areas and behind the dinette and settee.
• Double walk through passageway offering optimal ventilation and movement throughout the interior.
• Slide out locker/seat on locking floor tracks with storage for added seating which locks below table when underway.
• Maximum headroom just under 7'.
• Lockers to each corner of the saloon and bookshelves and a bar unit.
• Large hull ports affording excellent outward visibility when seated, whilst the deck-saloon superstructure with side and forward windows, create a spacious and light saloon.
• Aft of saloon to port.
• Forward facing Nav Station with full size table to hold folded Admiralty charts or full size Chart Kits.
• Fast pin access to complete wiring harness and breakers.
• All instruments and systems well labeled inside and out and traced numerically.
• Major electrical breakers sited below nav station seat.
• Two drawers located in side of chart table.
• Aft of saloon to starboard, the galley is over 7' in length with a through to aft cabin offering total safety with room to brace on either tack while offshore.
• Ample cabinets, storage lockers and drawers including full length pantry for cutlery, cookware, and food storage.
• Slide out trash container with positive locking door.
• Force 10 range with 3 burners, oven and grill.
• Moveable worktop cover over stove, can be held in place behind stove or lowered to cover stove top when not in use.
• Opposite is a combination dual microwave/oven.
• Frigoboat12v Freezer/Refrigeration with separate thermostatic controls and temperature gauges. Freezer/refrigeration boxes are both top and front loading.
• Manual foot pump for fresh water.
• Located in walk-through from saloon to master cabin on port side.
• Corian counter with sink.
• Three large mirrored storage lockers over sink top and one large locker behind shower.
• Electric Vacuflush marine heads.
• Large mirror opposite heads.
• Shower with fitted shower curtain.
• Both doors lockable from inside ensuite.
• Queen size aft berth set near centerline with split mattress and accompanying starboard side settee.
• Port side 6 drawers and shoe locker with two large storage lockers under bedside top.
• Starboard side double hanging locker.
• Port vanity with fold up lid with mirror and storage tray on centreline.
• Further stowage available under foot of owners berth.
• Hanging locker opposite foot of bed with watermaker positioned below.
• Full-length mirror on back of door to ensuite.
• Oceanair blind over hatch with blackout and mosquito net options.
• Door to galley lockable with key.
• White powder-coated Formula aluminium alloys spars - note: some high-wear areas would benefit from re-spraying or vinyl wrapping
• Keel-stepped masthead-rigged spar with two sets of inline spreaders
• Stainless steel wire 1x19 rigging with fore & aft lowers (replaced January 2019, cap shrouds and split fixed-backstay
• Chain plates for backstays re-bedded and then checked by surveyor - February 2019.
• Adjustable checkstays (can be clipped forward when staysail is not in use)
• Formula gas-strut vang adjustable from cockpit
• Walder Boombrake adjustable from cockpit – line replaced June 2020
• 12vDC electric in-mast furling system with button controls in cockpit & manual handle for back-up
• Bamar MEJ 1.02 12vDC electric yankee furler with control at helm pedestal & manual handle for back-up – serviced with new motor fitted January 2019
• Upper halyard swivel replaced – June 2020
• Bamar C2 manual staysail furler
• Harken mainsheet system with adjustable track
• Spinlock and Lewmar jammers
• Schaefer genoa cars
• Spinnaker track on mast
• Aluminium spinnaker pole (mast stowed)
• 2x Antal W44 2-speed self-tailing manual halyard winches mounted to mast
• 2x Antal W48 2-speed self-tailing manual staysail winches in cockpit
• 2x Antal W60 2-speed self-tailing electric genoa winches in cockpit
• 1x Antal W44 2-speed self-tailing electric (one speed with electric use) mainsheet winch in cockpit
• 1x Antal W44 2-speed self-tailing manual outhaul/vang winch at cockpit companionway
• In her previous ownership, ADINA was sponsored by North Sails and features top of the range NPL Tour Norlam Xi laminate sails, all from February 2016
• In-mast furling mainsail with short leech vertical battens (Leach 15.9m, Luff 15.3m, Foot 5.65m)
• Furling genoa
• Furling staysail
• Symmetric spinnaker 138m2, tri-radial cruising spinnaker (fibremax 64 in red/white) tailormade for ADINA complete with Snuffer and storage bag, associated running rigging and shackles – all new June 2020.
• I = 18.30m, J = 5.43m, P = 15.90m, E = 5.50m / 18.04ft
• Stainless steel guardrail stanchions with twin stainless steel wire guardwires
• Side boarding gates with detachable side-boarding ladder
• Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit
• Stainless steel fishing rod holder
• Teak grabrails on main superstructure coachroof
• Stainless steel folding ladder at bathing platform
• Folding teak cockpit table with additional drinks holders
• Teak fold-down seats attached to pushpit to port & starboard
Anchoring & Mooring:
• Stainless steel foredeck fitting incorporating twin anchor rollers and deck plate
• Rocna 33kg anchor - 2016
• 90m of 10mm anchor chain with plastic markers every 10m up to 60m
• Galvanised Delta anchor
• 10m of 10mm anchor chain plus 2x 50m nylon warps for second anchor or as long shorelines
• Maxwell 2200 2.2kw 12vDC reversing anchor windlass with deck buttons – serviced February 2019
• Maxwell Auto Anchor AA560 cockpit windlass control with digital chain-counter
• Full compliment of warps & fenders
• Saltwater pressurised anchor/deck wash
• Stainless steel mooring cleats - single set aft, twin sets midships and fore
Covers & Canvas:
• Beige Sunbrella canvas sprayhood (2016) with stainless steel frame and grabrail
• Beige Sunbrella canvas bimini (2016) and cockpit tent (original) with stainless steel frame independent of sprayhood, can be folded back
• New Sunbrella canvas cover for helm pedestal, wheel and cockpit table
• Beige Sunbrella canvas cockpit seat cushions & matching back cushions
• Beige Sunbrella canvas winch covers for all vertically mounted winches
• Heavy-weight cream fabric cover for saloon table
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.
• Navigation lights with LED tri-colour head, steaming lights, running lights and deck flood lights
• Echomax passive radar reflector
• 406Mhz Simrad EPIRB (Auto) on instrument binnacle – serviced March 2019. Next service due March 2023
• DSB 6-man canister liferaft with cradle integral to pushpit - Serviced April 2019. Next service due April 2022
• 2x Lifebuoys (2017) each with Apollo flashing lifebuoy light (replaced May 2019) and whistle
• KIM Man Overboard Rescue Sling
• Trem security rope / throwing line
• 2x deck lifelines
• Stainless steel davit for lifting outboard or MOB recovery mounted on starboard aft quarter
• Fuel alarm
• High bilge level alarm
• Gas solenoid switch
• Firebuoy engine-room auto-fire extinguisher control/alarm at helm
• Automatic fire-extinguisher in engine bay
• Manual fire extinguishers in each cabin & saloon
• Fire blanket in galley
• Smoke detectors in cabin and engine spaces
• Carbon monoxide detector in engine space
• Assorted spares for onboard equipment, logged in spreadsheet
Viewing arrangementsLying – Cardiff, UK
Available to view strictly by appointment
Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 – 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment
For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.
Tel: +44 (0)1590 673715
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