2018 MAVEA YACHTS SLYDER 49

€759,000 tax not paid

Fully-optioned performance bluewater catamaran

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelMavea Yachts Slyder 49
DesigneriYacht - Henn Design
Year2018
Boat NameMarquis
CategorySail
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Price€759,000
Tax/VAT StatusTax not paid
LyingTarragona, Spain
Reference2268957

Specifications

LOA14.95m (49'0")
LWLNo data ()
Beam7.68m (25'0")
Draft1.1m (3'0")
Displacement15000kg
Hull ConstructionGRP carbon sandwich
Engine2x Volvo Penta 40 hp
Keel TypeDaggerboard
Berths6
Cabins3

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Lucio Pellegrini
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+34 675 236 174
lucio@grabauinternational.com

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    Description

    Fully-optioned ‘as new’ Slyder 49 composite performance cruising catamaran with over Euro 1m list price. Used only for demonstration purposes and offered for sale with 12-month manufacturer warranty.

    FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:

    MARQUIS was launched in 2018 and has been used solely for boatshows and demonstrations. As a demonstrator, she has an extremely high specification with over Euro 360,000 in fitted options bringing her original list price to in excess of Euro 1,000,000.

    Her specification highlights include:-
    • Owner’s cabin arrangement with owner’s port hull and further two guest cabins in starboard hull
    • Carbon-reinforced vacuum infused hull construction
    • Crashboxes at bow with carbon-Kevlar impact protection rising above waterline
    • Technical teak laid cockpit sole and bathing platforms
    • Retractable carbon-epoxy curved daggerboards
    • Upgraded Volvo D2-40 engines with Flex-o-Fold 3-bladed propellers
    • Increased fuel capacity with 780 litres total
    • Painted spars with Kevlar composite standing rigging
    • Banks Sails high performance carbon/dyneema (Cruise QD) sail wardrobe with fully-battened square-top mainsail, furling self-tacking jib, furling self-tacking staysail and furling Code Zero (furling Genoa available as optional upon request)
    • Upgraded winch package with Andersen electric winches throughout
    • Traveller system for mainsail
    • Fischer Panda 10kw generator
    • 5kva charger/inverter
    • Lithium-Ion batteries
    • Solar panels
    • 3.6kw isolation transformer
    • Full air-conditioning/heating system with 42,000 BTU output
    • Preparation for watermaker
    • Increased water capacity with 720 litres total
    • Waste water system with two black water tanks, two grey water sump boxes and one grey water tank
    • B&G instrument package with plotters, 4G broadband radar, pilot, AIS and VHF with DSC
    • 4G internet package with antenna and booster
    • 32” TV in saloon with electric lowering system
    • JL Marine and Bose sound systems in saloon and cockpit
    • Drawer fridge system and separate top loading deep freezer
    • Bosch induction stove, oven/microwave and dishwasher
    • Quooker boiling water tap
    • Washer/dryer
    • Tecma electric heads
    • Carbon passarelle
    • Complete cockpit enclosure with clears and sun blinds
    • Tender davits
    • Tender and outboard

    Now offered for sale to make way for a new build, MARQUIS is priced with a huge discount over list price and will be supplied with a 12-month manufacturer’s warranty, creating an unbeatable opportunity to take immediate delivery of a fully-equipped and ‘ready to go’ performance bluewater cruising catamaran.

    PRESS COMMENTS:

    When we first saw the Slyder 49 at the International Multihull Show in 2019, my curiosity was aroused, and to be honest, a great deal of interest too. Testing this catamaran a few months later in excellent wind and sea conditions confirmed my first impressions.

    The Slyder brand first made a name for itself with a beautiful 47-foot catamaran built in Fano, Italy in a reputable shipyard - under the leadership of a Swiss master of composites, Christian Paulitsch. The design bears the signature of Yacht Design Collective (François Perus-Romain Scolari, already at the origin of the very successful Ita 14.99 and Corsair 880 - without forgetting the promising Swiss Cat 55)….for Markus Kuhner, a connoisseur sailor and willing entrepreneur, the Slyder adventure couldn’t stop there. He set about completely redesigning the catamaran and her equipment, including the build methods.

    Markus has clearly decided to set the bar very high, by setting irreproachable quality standards. He has surrounded himself with the IYacht engineering firm for the design and has entrusted the manufacture of the Slyder 49 to Mazarin, a Chinese yard located on the outskirts of Qingdao. This ultra-modern plant is capable of building 100-foot superyachts, sailing monohulls over 70 feet and multihulls from 50 to 60 feet.

    Established in 2002 as the result of a company merger with the German group Neptun Shipyard (160 years of shipbuilding history), this site of over 10 hectares has its own port, state-of-the-art equipment, first-rate machine tools, and has long mastered the use of carbon in yachting. The transfer of skills between the German and Chinese teams is part of the company’s culture, and both know-how and quality requirements are at the highest level. The factory is certified by Lloyds and has delivered all fourteen of the 70-foot Clipper Round the World Race yachts.

    The standards of cruising catamaran design are now fixed around a box-rule which is only evolving bit by bit, as the leading builders have, through their commercial success, built up their brand image and the concept. So it’s quite difficult and even risky for a builder to try and escape this box-rule in terms of design. However, some succeed, and this is the case with the Slyder 49. The silhouette has retained the elegance of her predecessor, the 47: sporty overall lines, aerodynamic coachroof, modern and generous sail plan. The hulls are distinguished by beautifully designed topsides that elegantly break the codes without torturing the construction. The main elements (an upper rib, reveals for the portlights, the bows, and finesse of the daggerboards) make her more attractive than most of her competitors. The quality of manufacture is reflected in the visual perception thanks to the superb paintwork: the catamaran catches the light magnificently. The high bridgedeck clearance promises good performance. As for the slightly asymmetrical axis of the hulls, this provides the small advantage of camber when the sails are loaded up. The hydrodynamics, superb to the eye, benefit from the qualities of a light platform - our test multihull is a super-equipped demonstration model, with many options and is consequently a tonne heavier, but a reasonable specimen should come in at around 11 tonnes laden displacement). The quality of the infused sandwich is excellent in all accessible corners – this catamaran is certainly very stiff.

    Let’s start with the superb cockpit: beautiful lounger to starboard, outdoor table for 6-7 people and composite folding chairs with the most beautiful effect (and they’re comfortable!). The open sugarscoops facilitate both arriving at the boat in the tender, and also climbing back aboard using the integrated swim ladders. These waterborne leisure-platforms are a comfort feature that all manufacturers nowadays treat with the greatest care. The fabric cockpit enclosures are cleverly installed and are quick and easy to handle. In the panoramic nacelle, the magnificent, grained oak composite flooring contrasts elegantly with the light-colored woodwork adorned with pink shades. The assembly is of the highest standard. The marine hardware, as with the galley fittings and the electric controls, has been carefully selected. Wherever you look, quality is evident. In our three-cabin version, the port hull is largely open, thanks to the curved daggerboard wells that don’t intrude into the passageways. Privacy is maintained by a clever sliding door. The 200 x 160 cm (6’7” x 5’3”) bed is very accessible. As for the headlinings, they create the most beautiful effect, and the bathroom is as good as you’ll find today.

    Our test Slyder is rigged with a fixed aluminum mast with two sets of spreaders and quality membrane sails. The catamaran has been well set-up by BMS in Canet-en-Roussillon and immediately shows an obvious maturity. The engine drive is perfect (Beautiful installation and soundproofing), all the hardware works wonderfully. The 90 m² (970 sq ft) mainsail is hoisted with one reef as the wind is irregular out of the NW, blowing between 18 and 28 knots. With the solent unfurled, the catamaran immediately takes on her cruising speed while reaching in a short, choppy sea. I know these waters well and am in admiration of the Slyder’s behavior in these conditions. The course-keeping and the comfort felt are surprising, the speed (always over 10 knots) and the trim of the catamaran astound me. The course stability is perfect. In spite of her beautiful power, the 49 remains very tolerant and reassuring, even under the strongest gusts. The control of the sails highlights a perfectly throughout and realized deck plan: everything is oriented towards simple and readable ergonomics. The position of the mainsail clutches in the aft beam, the orientation of the excellent Andersen electric winches, the exacting choice of each line diameter, and the quality of the sailing maneuvers show a concern for perfection that I really appreciate. We hesitated to hoist the gennaker in these conditions, and our top figure of 13.3 knots remains well below the real potential of this catamaran. For me, the strong points that emerge from the test are the ease with which she goes through a sea, the smoothness of movement and the high average speed. Thanks to the magnificent Jefa rigid steering transmission and the quality appendages (curved daggerboards and rudders), the helm control is perfect.

    Conclusion
    A really good find! Beautiful design, proper performance for fast cruising, quality of manufacture, above average production fittings and equipment: here is a successful catamaran that rises above the standards of her competitors.
    Source: Philippe Echelle - SLYDER 49: An obvious maturity

    Specification

    CONSTRUCTION

    RCD Status:
    • It is our understanding that the yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A — "Ocean".

    Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
    • Bow with 3 crashboxes and carbon-kevlar impact-protection (up to 40cm above waterline)
    • Carbon-reinforced-vinylester-infusion
    • International grey colour hulls
    • International traffic white colour superstructure
    • Reinforced load lines with unidirectional carbon fibres
    • Sandwich core material: high density composite foam
    • SEA JET Platinum antifouling
    • Technical teak to cockpit sole and bathing platforms.

    Keel & Rudder:
    • Twin rudders
    • Carbon-Epoxy asymmetric curved daggerboards

    MACHINERY

    Engine & gearbox:
    • 2x Diesel Engine Volvo Penta D2-40 39hp 4-cylinder diesel engines
    • Fresh water engine cooling via raw water intakes and heat-exchangers
    • Volvo EDC electronic single lever gear/throttle controls at both helm stations

    Propulsion & Steering:
    • Saildrive gearboxes
    • 3-bladed Flex-o-Fold propellers
    • Transmission steering system (JEFA)
    • GRP composite helm wheels with covers

    ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

    Voltage systems:
    • 12vDC/24vDC primary domestic system with 220v AC via shore power or inverter
    • Shore power with galvanic isolation

    Battery Banks:
    • Lithium-Ion battery banks
    • Tin–Plated cable instead of conventional copper cable

    Chargers & Inverters:
    • Automatic battery charger with integral 5kva inverter

    Generator
    • Fischer Panda 10000i PMS 10kw diesel generator

    Alternators:
    • 2 x 115A engine-mounted alternators

    Solar:
    • Solar package with 4x panels (400w) on bimini
    • Charge controller

    Shorepower:
    • 220v/110v AC shore-power system with internal ring-main
    • 3.6kw isolating transformer switching 110/220vAC
    • Full galvanic isolation

    Other Electrical:
    • Battery level indicators
    • Solenoid battery switches
    • USB sockets

    PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

    Fresh Water:
    • 12vDC pressure system – pump
    • Hot water supplied via engine cooling with calorifier or via 230vAC immersion heater element from shore power in well-insulated 40 litres hot water tank
    • Hot & cold pressurised water to galley, heads and shower in cockpit

    Watermaker:
    • Preparation kit for future installation of water maker

    Bilge Pumps:
    • 4x automatic bilge pumps in the engine compartments and hulls
    • 1 x manual bilge pumps (with a dedicated valve to select the hull)

    Black & Grey Water:
    • Grey and black water discharges to holding tanks

    TANKAGE

    Fuel:
    • Fuel capacity: 2x 390 litres stainless steel tanks with service openings
    • Fuel filter system with water separation

    Fresh Water:
    • Freshwater capacity: 2x 360 litres stainless steel freshwater tanks with inspection openings
    • Water tank gauge at chart table

    Holding Tanks:
    • 2 x 100 litre black water holding tank
    • 1 x 150 litre grey water tank plus two sump boxes

    NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

    Navigation equipment
    • 2x B&G Zeus3 9” chart plotters at helm stations
    • B&G 4G broadband radar scanner
    • 2x B&G Triton2 displays at edge of bimini with wind, speed and depth transducers
    • B&G Triton2 autopilot system with 2x controllers
    • B&G NAIS500 Class B AIS transceiver with GPS
    • Steering compasses

    Communications Equipment:
    • B&G V90S + additional H50 wireless handset
    • Locomarine Mini 4G Booster with antenna

    DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

    Galley:
    • Bosch 220vAC induction stove
    • Bosch 220vAC electric oven with integrated microwave
    • Integrated extraction hood above stove
    • Bosch 45cm/30cm cabinet dishwasher
    • Webasto DR190 190 litre front-opening fridge with veneered front panel
    • Webasto 40 litre top-opening deep freeze
    • Quooker Flex boiling water tap system

    Heads:
    • Tecma electric heads
    • Hot & cold pressurised showers in heads

    Laundry:
    • Washer/dryer

    Heating & Ventilation:
    • Full-boat 220vAC reverse-cycle air-conditioning and heating system with 42,000 BTU output

    Lighting:
    • Comfort light package 1: ceiling spotlights and indirect lighting dimmable, additional 4 LED cabinet- spotlights in owner cabin, 2 additional LED-spotlights in aft cabins
    • Comfort light package 2: courtesy-lighting in salon and hulls, 8 ceiling spotlights with RGB in cockpit, dimmable

    Entertainment
    • 32” LCD TV with electronic lowering system
    • JL Audio MM100S MediaMaster hi-fi package with M600 amplifier, 2x JL Audio M650 subwoofer and 2x M8IB5 speakers in cockpit
    • Bose Accoustimass 5 speaker system in saloon

    ACCOMMODATION


    Summary of Accommodation:
    • 3-cabin ‘Owner’s’ layout with port hull consisting of double owner’s cabin aft and large ensuite heads forward with double VIP cabin aft in starboard hull, heads amidships and further twin bunk guest cabin forward.

    Accommodation Finish:
    • High-quality made furniture
    • Shock-resistant sandwich balsa core and real light oak wood veneer
    • ESG safety glass windows
    • Interior exclusive package: pleated blinds at the salon front and side windows and at the side windows in both hulls, handrails in salon, pilaster strips on sideward shelfs, decorative strips on the furniture, outlets with stainless steel ring.
    • Interior comfort package: pleated flatscreen and blackout blind on hatches (2 x salon, 1 x owners cabin port side, 2 x guest cabins starboard side)

    Saloon
    • Wide windows
    • Large comfortable padded corner, fabric cover, fixed table
    • Navigation instruments console
    • 220vAC outlets
    • Large storage cabinet
    • Chart table with clear view of the bow
    • Electrical panel with switches and display devices
    • Additional bench with storage drawer
    • Salon table foldable and manually lowerable

    Galley
    • U–shaped galley with worktop made of solid surface material
    • 2 x basins INOX sink with Hot & Cold-water tap mixer
    • Lower storage cupboards
    • Large storage cabinet with drawers
    • 220vAC outlet
    • Top-load storage below the worktop

    Owner’s port hull
    • Double bed (2,00 m x 1,60 m)
    • 12 cm high–comfort mattress with washable cover
    • Lateral cabinet and shelf
    • Storage space for suitcases or travel bags under the bed
    • Side seat cushion with underlying cabinet and shelf
    • LED spots and reading lights
    • 220vAC outlet
    • Corridor with cabinets and drawers

    Bow bathroom
    • Wash basin with Hot & Cold-water tap mixer and lower cupboard
    • Large wall cabinet with mirror
    • Manual toilet
    • Separated shower compartment
    • Indirect sidewall lighting via LED
    • LED spots
    • Composite compartment in front of the shower for wet clothes or a washing machine
    • 220vAC outlet

    Guest Starboard hull

    Aft cabin
    • Double bed (2,00 m x 1,60 m)
    • 12 cm high–comfort mattress with washable cover
    • Storage space for suitcases or travel bags under the bed
    • Side seat cushion with underlying cabinet and shelf
    • Large storage cabinet with 4 doors and 2 drawers
    • Sidewall lighting via LED strips
    • LED reading lights and spots
    • 220vAC outlet

    Bathroom
    • Vanity unit with inset wash basin
    • Solid surface material surface
    • Wash basin with Hot & Cold-water tap mixer
    • Integrated cosmetic top and waste container
    • Closet
    • Mirror
    • Electric heads
    • Separate shower with shower glass enclosure
    • Indirect sidewall lighting via LED strips
    • LED spots
    • 220vAC outlet

    Bow Cabin
    • 2x Single bunk beds (2,00m x 0.90 m)
    • 12 cm high–comfort mattress with washable cover
    • Storage space for suitcases or travel bags under the bed with access from the front.
    • Side seat cushion in front of the bed with shoe compartment underneath
    • Large storage cabinet
    • Indirect sidewall lighting via LED strips
    • LED reading lights and LED spot lights
    • 220vAC outlet

    DECK EQUIPMENT

    Rig:
    • White painted aluminium mast, boom and crossbeam (powder-coated)
    • Fraction rig with 2-sets of swept-back spreaders
    • Kevlar composite standing rigging (35T/15T)
    • Mainsail track on mast with low-friction battencars
    • Manual furlers for genoa and staysail
    • Self-tacking track for staysail
    • Mainsail traveller system
    • Spinlock jammers
    • Code Zero furler equipment
    • Lazybag with lazyjacks

    Sails:
    • Banks Sails High Performance Carbon Dyneema (Cruise QD) Square top full batten mainsail
    • Banks Sails High Performance Carbon Dyneema (Cruise QD) self-tacking furling jib
    • Banks Sails High Performance Carbon Dyneema (Cruise QD) self-tacking furling staysail
    • Banks Sails High Performance Carbon Dyneema (Cruise QD) furling Code Zero

    Winches:
    • 2x Andersen 52ST FS 24vDC compact electric winches at centralwinch station
    • 2x Andersen 50ST FS 24vDC compact electric genoa winches

    General:
    • Fixed composite bimini roof with 2 viewing windows at the back
    • Large door with and sliding window to access to the Saloon from the cockpit
    • Stainless steel pulpits and guardrails with twin guardwires and side boarding gates
    • Twin helm seats aft with folding seats and backrests
    • Teak cockpit table lowerable to create sunbed with cushions supplied
    • Starboard side cockpit daybed/lounger with storage withing
    • Composite hatches (bow storage, engine rooms and sail storage spaces)
    • Flush deck hatches all through
    • Retractable bathing ladder
    • Carbon fibres foldable Gangway (320cm)
    • Outside shower (hot/cold) at transom
    • Fresh water connection in cockpit

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    • Lewmar CPX4 2000W windlass with control at helm and wireless remote control
    • 30kgs stainless steel spade anchor with 75m of stainless steel 8mmm duplex chain
    • Fenders and warps
    • 2x stainless steel cleats inside at the side of the transom steps
    • 6x stainless steel cleats on the deck outside front, midship, and rear
    • 8x stainless steel reeling supports bow and stern pulpits
    • Space for a second spare anchor on crossbeam

    Covers and awnings
    • Sun-protection curtains sidewards and aft from the bimini
    • Sun protection for the saloon windows
    • Complete cockpit enclosure with doors and windows
    • Transparent side closures for cockpit
    • Cover for steering wheels and winches

    Tender & Outboard:
    • Davits with dinghy lifting system
    • Yamaha Ribeye TS370 tender
    • Suzuki DF20ATS outboard engine

    SAFETY EQUIPMENT:

    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.

    Life Navigation Lights:
    • Navigation light bulbs

    Lifesaving:
    • Liferaft
    • Additional reinforced cleats at stern for drogue-anchor
    • Shark drogue-anchor with lines
    • Danbuoy

    Fire control:
    • Automatic fire extinguishing system
    • Seafire engine shutdown override system

    Viewing arrangements

    Lying Tarragona, Spain

    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.

    Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

    Tel: +34 675 236 174
    Email: lucio@grabauinternational.com

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