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2019 SHOGUN YACHTS 50

€980,000 tax not paid

Swedish built carbon rocket ship

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelShogun Yachts 50
DesignerOscar & Håkan Södergren
Year2019
Boat NameLadykiller
CategorySail
New or UsedUsed
Sale StatusAvailable
Price€980,000
Tax/VAT StatusTax not paid
LyingRosättra, Sweden
Reference2583638

Specifications

LOA15.24m (50'0")
LWL14.2m (46'0")
Beam3.88m (12'0")
Draft2m (6'0")
Displacement7900kg
Hull ConstructionCarbon epoxy sandwich
EngineVolvo D2-40 40hp
Keel TypeLifting keel
Berths7
Cabins3

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Matias Renlund
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    Description

    Quite possibly the coolest yacht on the planet and certainly one of the fastest. Marrying blistering performance under sail with epic Swedish build-quality and luxury interiors for comfortable cruising, LADYKILLER ticks all the boxes for a multi-purpose performance cruiser.

    FURTHER BROKER’S COMMENTS:
    LADYKILLER is a factory-owned and maintained example of the Oscar & Håkan Södergren designed Shogun 50 performance cruiser, constructed in collaboration with Linjett Yachts in Sweden.

    The boat is the brainchild of Mats Bergryd, a racing sailor and businessman who previously owned a Club Swan 50. He was dissatisfied with certain elements of that boat and therefore decided to create his own vision of the ideal racer/cruiser. He therefore teamed up with Linjett Yachts, the oldest and arguably most respected and conservative yacht manufacturer in Sweden, to produce an all carbon speed monster that you could also take cruising.

    Used lightly for locally-based racing and cruising, and always wintered ashore under cover, this highly innovative and exhilarating-to-sail performance yacht boasts a complete specification and is ready to go.

    Her specification highlights include:-
    • Carbon fibre and epoxy sandwich construction
    • Teak veneer racing deck
    • Axe bow profile with integral spray sails
    • Telescopic 2.00m-3.30m T-keel with carbon fibre blade and lead bulb
    • Marstrom carbon fibre mast and boom
    • Carbon fibre rod standing rigging
    • Hydraulic mast-jack
    • Full North racing sail wardrobe with 3Di square-top mainsail, jib, staysails, spinnakers, asymmetric and Code Zeros.
    • Antal electric mainsail traveller
    • Load-cell displays for backstays
    • Reckman hydraulics for jib/ inner jib cunninghams, vang, outhaul and top deflectors
    • Antal winches in cockpit plus additional Harken electric halyard/control line winches at companionway
    • Jefa steering with twin carbon wheels
    • Titanium pulpit, pushpit and guardwire stanchions
    • Mastervolt electrics with 5kw Lithium-Ion service battery bank, charger and inverter
    • B&G instruments with plotters, autopilot, H5000 system and AIS transceiver
    • Eberspacher heating
    • Full galley equipment
    • Carbon fibre electric heads
    • Fusion stereo system

    MANUFACTURER’S COMMENTS:

    Want to go faster?

    Designed to always be ahead, the Shogun 50 is the yacht for you who want to go faster and be out in front.
    Her speed comes from the lightweight carbon structure and daring design – her overall weight is only 7 900 kg – 45% of which is found in the keel bulb. She has a retractable keel, with a blade made of carbon, which allows the draft to decrease from 3.3m to 2m.

    Large twin rudders keep the Shogun 50 steady and safe in the water, she is almost impossible to wipe out. Thanks to the mast being so far aft, the increased foretriangle allows plenty of headsail options to choose from depending on the conditions and occasion. Just like a skiff, she also has an extendable bowsprit, making her a real blast to sail.

    Boasting all the equipment and features required for full-on offshore racing, she responds very well to trim and tuning. Sail management is made simple thanks to the large cockpit and a spacious area down the companionway below deck. In addition, you have a 2m3 storage locker in the bow.

    Cruising in Comfort

    Below deck the Shogun 50 is cosy with a beautiful oak finish, handcrafted by experienced Swedish carpenters, that creates a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Underneath the wood veneer, the interior is built in using a carbon fibre laminate sandwich construction with a divinycell core. Comfort is key.

    The standard layout has the salon in the bow, and two identical double aft cabins. Ideal for a couple or a family of four. This layout emphasizes luxurious and open communal spaces for everyone to gather.
    In the bow a large u-shaped couch wraps around the dining table, which is overlooked by a galley divided into two sections to allow multiple cooks. In a clever design trick, the stove and sink are located at the centre of the yacht, which makes the keel drum a back support when cooking at sea.

    The chart table and heads are located to starboard opposite a spacious area for easy sail management. The double berth cabins are located at the very aft, with cushioned hull sides to create a relaxing and comfortable environment. This layout is ideal for a weekend cruise in the archipelago, or for racing.

    The double berth aft cabins feature cushioned hull sides to create a relaxing and comfortable environment.

    Shallow Stability

    Our shallow hull is slightly narrower than other yachts around 50ft in order to allow the Shogun 50 to better navigate the tight nooks and hidden gems of the archipelago.

    The keel blade is specifically designed for performance in shallower waters. Made entirely out of carbon, with no ballast function, the construction of the yacht allows for 45% of the total weight to be located in the bulb (3 600kg of a total 7 900kg) giving her incredible righting moment.

    For even more stability and upwind efficiency, the Shogun 50 has a 3.3m draft. To allow passage in shallower waters, the retractable keel lifts to a draft of a mere 2 meters with the simple push of a button. The carbon keel drum and keel blade are constructed by Marstrom Composites.

    Carbon & Epoxy Construction

    Through the entire production of the hull and deck, state-of-the-art materials and methods are applied, using selected carbon fibre and vacuum injected epoxy on a sandwich core.

    Flexible & Customised Sailplan

    With a total sail area of 138.5m2, the Shogun’s sail plan has been designed and optimized to harness enough speed and power for your style of sailing: whether sailing short-handed or with a full crew. It is designed to maximize performance without compromising on ease and flexibility. A Shogun should first and foremost always feel fun to sail – and we believe we have made that happen.

    Unlike other yachts around 50ft, the Shogun 50 has torn up the conventional Scandinavian sail plan rule book. Previously, self-tacking jibs were considered too small or not performance oriented enough – not anymore! In a break from tradition, we have chosen self-tacking jibs for the Shogun 50.

    We have made a bold move and repositioned the mast which radically increased the foretriangle base, allowing an effective self-tacking jib. Our modern, square top mainsail is still large enough to harness enough power to drive the boat forward, and nimble enough for adequate tuning. The fact we also have a large overlapping headsail boosting the maximum speed significantly beyond the ORC letter’s estimated speed, is simply a bonus.

    Sleek Lines & Spray Rails

    As much as she is a thrilling joy to sail, the Shogun 50 is also an example of extraordinary design. She has definitive lines purposely created to make her stand out and if you ask the designer, you will learn they are also there for good reason. The spray rails and a negative bow provides performance and comfort – the essence of every Shogun yacht. The spray rails limit the amount of water on deck, while the bow shape gives the hull a longer water line, increasing performance. The sleek line of the bow has been carefully designed to continue the angle of the forestay, giving the Shogun 50 a smooth and contemporary design that stands out.

    DESIGNERS’S COMMENTS:

    With Shogun 50, we wanted to eliminate the boundaries between hull and deck and bring them together in an organic form. By designing them as one unit, we have created a form that floats from the transom all the way through the negative bow and into the water. There are still some parts of the yacht that we wanted to break loose, and we have allowed the superstructure to do that with a shaded port light along the entire side and a shade-edging above. The cabin top then becomes suspended on top.

    PRESS REVIEW:

    World Class Design.

    A 50-foot yacht with attitude that can be sailed efficiently doublehanded – the Shogun 50 is lightweight and exhilarating to sail. It is designed to be easy to sail during a weekend cruise and on the racecourse, doublehanded or with a full crew.

    With sleek, aggressive lines and impeccably balanced ratios, the Shogun 50 boasts exclusive design features, including a retractable keel for shallow water and spray rails to prevent a wet deck. The position of the mast and the layout of the interior has been optimised for performance and comfort, making the Shogun 50 a shining example of Swedish craftsmanship working together with innovative technology and modern sailing solutions.

    “Even at the berth, the Shogun is a beast: with aggressive and, at the same time, elegantly flowing lines, even the teak deck follows the contour of the hull. The extreme lightweight construction combines spectacular sailing performance with exquisite workmanship. The 50ft made of full carbon weighs just 7.9 tons despite the lifting keel. That is almost 500 kg less than a Club Swan 50. In order to keep the weight low despite the lifting keel and cosy interior fittings, Shogun Yachts has engaged everything that has a reputation in Swedish high-tech boat building.”

    Yacht Magazine

    Specification

    CONSTRUCTION

    RCD Status:
    • Our understanding is that the vessel is built in accordance with CE Boat Category A-ocean.

    Hull & Deck Construction:
    • Epoxy vacuum infused carbon fibre hull and deck
    • Sandwich laminate with 25 mm CNC-milled custom divinycell core
    • Carbon fibre bulkheads epoxy-glued to the hull/deck
    • Beam structure and chain plate reinforcements made in multiaxial carbon fibre
    • Bottom coated with epoxy primer
    • Two hull windows of tempered glass, laminated
    • Deck and hull painted with AwlGrip in Oyster white
    • 3mm laminated ‘racing’ teak decking and cockpit sole for low weight

    Keel & Rudder:
    • Telescopic keel with 2m – 3.30m draft
    • Carbon fibre keel blade, built in autoclave by Marstrom, bulb of 2% antimony alloy lead
    • Twin carbon rudders in, built in autoclave by Marstrom, in a redundant system
    • Jefa self-adjusting rudder bearings, double draglinks

    MACHINERY

    Engine & gearbox:
    • Volvo Penta D2-40 4-cylinder diesel engine producing 40hp
    • Saildrive gearbox.
    • Fresh water engine cooling via raw water intake and heat exchanger
    • Throttle Control, flush mount, Spinlock

    Maintenance & Performance:
    • Engine hours – approx. 360 hours as of Winter 2023/24
    • Date of last engine service: Engine serviced annually

    Propulsion & Steering:
    • Flex o Fold 2-bladed folding propeller
    • Racing pedestals, Jefa Steering WP810, 11 teeth 5/8”
    • Carbon fibre wheels, 1m

    ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

    Voltage systems:
    • 24vDC primary domestic system with 12vDC start circuit and 230v AC via shorepower or inverter.
    • EasyView 5 Monitor Display by chart table, Mastervolt

    Battery Banks:
    • Lithium-Ion Batteries, MLI Ultimate 24/5000 – 5.0 kWh power
    • Lithium-Ion Starter Battery 12V, 20Ah

    Charging / Inverter:
    • Mastervolt DC-DC charger, MAC Plus 24/12-50
    • Mastervolt battery charger, ChargeMaster+ 24/40-3
    • Mastervolt AC Master 24v/300W inverter

    Alternators:
    • Mastervolt Alpha Compact Alternator 24vDC

    Shore Power:
    • Affix Shore Power Central, 220V, 2 inlets / 4 outlets, portals faced down
    • Isolation Transformer ISO Mass GI3.5

    PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS

    Fresh Water:
    • Fresh water pump, Whale Watermaster FW1225, automatic pressure, 3.0 GPM 24V
    • Hot water supplied via engine cooling with 30 litre calorifier or via 230vAC immersion heater element from shore power
    • Hot & cold pressurised water to galley, heads and shower at stern platform

    Bilge Pumps:
    • Automatic bilge pump, Whale SS1224 Supersub, 1100 Auto 24V DC

    TANKAGE

    Fuel:
    • 170 litres fuel capacity in stainless steel tanks

    Fresh Water:
    • 300 litre fresh water capacity in 2x stainless steel tanks

    Holding Tanks:
    • 60 litre black water holding tank in stainless steel

    NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
    • B&G Zeus multi-function plotter displays at port and starboard helm pedestals
    • B&G H5000 system with Performance CPU processor
    • 5x B&G 20/20 mast-mounted displays
    • 2x B&G H5000 graphic displays in cockpit
    • Simrad HS70 digital compass
    • B&G 5000 transducers and sensors including flush-mounted speed sensor and vertical wind transducer
    • B&G H5000 autopilot system with control head and keyboard at starboard helm pedestal, H5000 course computer, twin RF25N rudder feedback sensors, and T2 24vDC adjustable pilot driver.

    Communications Equipment:
    • B&G V90S VHF with DSC and AIS
    • B&G H50 wireless VHF handset
    • Simrad V3100 Class-B SOTDMA AIS Transceiver
    • NSPL500 AIS/VHF Splitter
    • Cellular Router, 4G LTE, Peplink Pepwave MAX BR1 MK2 LTE-A
    • Wi-Fi Antenna, internal/external - Comrod UHF2450LP, WLAN vehicle low-profile antenna
    • 4G Antenna SCAN, glass fibre 0.44m, UHF 4G 3DB

    DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

    Galley:
    • Propane stove/oven in stainless steel, Techimpex Racer XL2 2-burner
    • Remote Propane Control by kitchen
    • Isotherm BI75 Refrigerator, Magnum, watercooled
    • Stainless steel inset sink with pressurised hot & cold water supply
    Heads:
    • Toilet X-light 24V, polished, full carbon, with Premium touch control panel
    • Shower in bathroom and cockpit

    Heating & Ventilation:
    • Heater Eberspächer Airtronic D4+, 24vDC diesel fired hot air cabin heating

    Entertainment:
    • Music system including: Fusion MS-RA55 unit with AM/FM tuner.
    • Saloon and cockpit loudspeakers.

    ACCOMMODATION

    Summary of Accommodation:
    • LADYKILLER features the standard layout option with has the salon in the bow with a large u-shaped couch wrapping around a dining table
    • Aft to starboard is galley divided into two sections with the stove and sink over the centreline.
    • The chart table and heads are located to starboard opposite a spacious further saloon seating area creating an ideal open space for easy sail management.
    • The double berth cabins are located at the very aft, with cushioned hull sides to create a relaxing and comfortable environment.

    Accommodation Finish:
    • Alcantara cruising cushions in Champange/Gray
    • Racing cushions for saloon/cabins, durable fabric
    • Racing platform/table for salon
    • LED interior lights - daylight/nightlight switch
    • Removable rail for foot-support in carbon, forward of companionway
    • Carbon countertops in kitchen and bathroom
    • Cabin dividers - race equipment (sea beds)
    • Interior structure in carbon fiber/infused epoxy

    DECK EQUIPMENT

    Rig:
    • Marstrom carbon fibre mast and boom
    • Keel-stepped mast with 3-sets of swept-back spreaders
    • Fractional rig
    • Manual hydraulic mast jack
    • Carbon fibre rod standing rigging – 2019
    • Deck fittings by Antal
    • Electrical main traveller by Antal
    • Selftacker rail for 100% jib
    • Fibre Cable for SK99 core, PBO covered runners
    • Halyard locks with easy click in/out, (jib, inner jib, code, gennaker)
    • RP Gaff Lock mainsail system
    • Liros running rigging, Dyneema cores
    • Main sheet, SK99 core, Technora/Poly cover
    • Jib + SS/extra sheets, SK99 core, Vectron/Poly cover

    Rig Hydraulics:
    • Reckman Hydraulics, HPS-400 PP / 24v
    • Jib tack/cunningham - hydraulic cylinder
    • Inner-jib tack/cunningham - hydraulic cylinder
    • Outhaul (main) - hydraulic cylinder
    • Vang - hydraulic cylinder
    • Top deflectors - hydraulic cylinder
    • Hydraulics controlled by pushbuttons, both pedestals

    Winches:
    • 6x Antal XT 62.3R manual self-tailing cockpit winches
    • 2x Harken electric self-tailing companionway halyard/control line winches

    Sail Wardrobe:
    • North Sails 3Di 870 raw battened square-top mainsail – 2019
    • North Sails 3Di 870 raw light/medium jib – 2019
    • North Sails 3Di 870 raw medium/heavy jib – 2019
    • North Sails 3Di 780 raw ST-1 self-tacking jib – 2019
    • North Sails 3Di 760 raw ST-3 self-tacking inner jib with furler – 2019
    • North Sails S/S NLXi LS genoa staysail – 2019
    • North Sails GS-1 Xi04 CD spinnaker staysail - 2019
    • North Sails Xi06 Aramid Code Zero with furler – 2019
    • North Sails A1.5 PK66/55 asymmetric spinnaker – 2019
    • North Sails A2.5 PK88/77 asymmetric spinnaker – 2019
    • North Sails orange Dacron storm Trysail - 2019

    General:
    • Pushpit, pulpit and guardwire stanchions in titanium
    • Custom lifeline rollers in carbon and integrated jib- rollers in stanchions on foredeck
    • Custom lifeline covers for hiking
    • Two recessed openable skylights

    Exterior Lighting:
    • LED red/white lighting above cabin house windows
    • LED exterior lights with daylight/nightlight

    Anchoring & Mooring:
    • Mooring lines, anchor, lines, and fenders included.

    Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
    • Covers for pedestals and wheels
    • Boom cover
    • Double cockpit bags for sheets, aft in cockpit

    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.

    • LED navigation lights
    • MOB-ladder & Stern ladder

    Viewing arrangements

    Lying – Rosättra, Sweden

    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.

    Lead Broker: Matias Renlund – Grabau International (Scandinavia)
    Tel: +358406861501
    Email: matias@grabauinternational.com

    Grabau International offers the details of all vessels in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information or warranty the condition of any vessel and the details do not constitute a part of any contract. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. All vessels are offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. Grabau International provides professional yacht conveyancing and legal transfer of title for all yachts as per the ABYA Code of Practice with all deposit payments and final balance payments processed through secure dedicated client accounts solely for that purpose. Our dedicated client accounts are written in trust at Natwest Bank and we are fully insured.

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