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60' 2004 Angel Lavranos 56 - EUR 445,000
|Year: 2004 Insure It|
|Length: 60 ft Survey It|
(US$577,699) Finance It
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|Located in: Pacific, New Zealand Transport It|
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|Sea Angel 56 custom built in 2004 in Cold Moulded Ply to a design by Angel Lavranos in New Zealand. A rare combination of first class design, concept and build, this vessel is a credit to her owner, designer and builder. Conceived to sail the world's Oceans in comfort and safety with the least strain on the owner, this is one of the most serious Blue Water Cruising yachts we have seen in recent years. If you are looking seriously for a yacht to go literally anywhere, then inspection of this vessel is a must. Personally inspected by David Routledge, Ancasta Palma.
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|ANGEL LAVRANOS 56
Built by Kevin Johnson Boat Builders Limited, Aukland, New Zealand
Designed by Angelo Lavranos
Launched April 2004
Hull: cold moulded four skins of diagonally laid mahogany ply over laminated heart kauri stringers, frames and keel, fiberglass skinned and epoxy resin impregnated.
Decks: Flexiteek synthetic look-alike teak bonded on glassed over ply.
LOA - 17.00m
LWL - 15.30m
BEAM - 4.67m
DRAFT - 2.30m
DISPLACEMENT - 20.0 tonnes light
22.5 tonnes loaded
Complete Raymarine package for auto pilot, chart plotter and wind instruments
The auto pilot hydraulic ram is over specification (18 kw) to ensure reliability in long passages with heavy seas
Spare brain for auto pilot
There are instruments and auto pilot controls at he helm stations, the dodger and the navigation station.
2 x SIRS Navigation MAJOR - one for each steering station. Minimal corrections required, ignored in practice
The navigation station is fwd of the galley and has a full range of electronic equipment. The seat is designed so that it can relate to social activities in the rest of the cabin. Under the seat are compartments for charts and storage of electrical gear and the dedicated radio battery.
two separate computers one for navigation, the other for communications,
Icom VHF MARINE radio IC-M602,
Icom HF MARINE radio IC-M802 NZ,
full set of Raymarine navigational displays,
TV screen for computers, chart plotter, DVDs and TV,
Blaupunkt CD player,
12 and 220 volt power outlets,
cupboards for CDs, files and other gear
Large chart table with storage under
A completely stowable rubber dingy was chosen so that it could be stowed in the aft locker (lazerette) when offshore. It has an inflatable V bottom and performs well. However in coastal conditions there is no need to stow it and it could be replaced by a RIB.
1 x 3.2 m MAXXON inflatable rubber dingy with 8 HP Yamaha 2 stroke outboard motor with petrol tank and spare propeller, spark plugs and other items.
The barbeque is demountable and fits on the port side of the boarding platform. The gas tanks for it are in a ventilated locker under the port helm station seat
Compressor - Coltri Sub
Tanks - 4 x aluminium
Back packs - 2
Regulators - 1 x Aqualung, 1 x Scubapro
The safety gear specification exceeds category one. The major items of equipment are listed below:
1 x 8 man Seasava Plus 8 life raft never used stored in dedicated locker under starboard helm seat, last inspected 2nd February 2007
8 x sets of inflatable lifejackets with safety harnesses and strobe lights,
1 x Jon Buoy recovery module last certified 25th January 2007
1 x yellow life ring with drogue and strobe light
1 x MOB-i-lert Man overboard warning system with 6 personal modules
1 x snatch bag with 406 MHz EPIRB
|VOLVO TAMD31S 100HP DIESEL ENGINE
Aquadrive thrust plate and shaft connection
automatic shaft brake
Volvo four blade folding propeller
Fischer Panda 8kv generator
Coltri Sub Dive compressor
Cruise Air SMXir airconditioning (2 units)
House battery with a service capacity of 600 amp hours
6 x Champion model NP200-12B valve regulated lead acid batteries
Winch battery of 100 amp hours
2 x batteries of the same make as the house battery
1 x AGM 12 Volt battery of 120 amp hours
Main engine starter battery
Generator starter battery
The batteries are charged by the 175 amp alternator connected to the main engine, or by the shipboard service battery charger that automatically operates whenever the generator or shore power is being used.
Trace Engineering xantrex SW series invertercharger
Hot and cold pressurised water throughout
Anchor (electric) 1 x Maxwell 3500
The anchor winch can be operated from the helm or the bow.
The main anchor chain is stored in a dedicated chain, watertight chain locker in the bow. Spare synthetic rodes are stored with the spare anchors in the sail hold. & fenders with socks stow in the fwd cockpit locker.
Main anchor: 1 x CQR stainless steel 35 kg anchor with 100 metres of Swedish high tensile galvanized anchor chain,
Secondary anchor (never used):1 x Spade anchor with a rode of 100 metres of plaited nylon and 15 meters of chain,
Spare rode: 100 Meters of polypropylene rope which has been used to tie Odysseus to trees in Fiordland, New Zealand. Otherwise unused.
Spare anchor: 1 x CQR galvanized anchor, 35 kgs
FUEL 1175 litres
WATER 880 litres"
Main sail: Full length battens with Antal batten care system. Slab reefing
Genoa and staysail: Profurl roller reefing
Code zero free flies and has a Profurl roller
Genneker has a sock. Can also be set as a spinnaker.
Primary (electric): 2 x Anderson 62 ST 2 speed
Secondary 2 x Anderson 52 ST 2 speed
Main sheet 1 x Anderson 46 ST 2 speed
Traveler and vang 2 x Anderson 12 ST 1 speed
Main halyard (electric) 1 x Anderson 46 ST 2 speed
Mast 2 x Anderson 46 ST 2 speed
Mast 1 x Anderson 28 ST 2 speed
Winch handles 4 x single handles and 2 x double handles
The winches are powered from a dedicated battery bank of 100 amps
|SLEEPS EIGHT GUESTS IN THREE CABINS PLUS SALOON
The main saloon has a raised floor and is large,light and with all round vision. It was designed to relate easily to the cockpit for social reasons. An analogy is to have a maritime equivalent of the relationship between a garden room and a patio. Entrance from the cockpit is by three steps through a door. It is easy to relate between the cabin and the cockpit as they are approximately on the same level.
Windows are of two laminates of toughened grey glass 12mm thick for both the saloon and the dodger.
Eight can sit at the saloon table, and two can sleep on squabs either side of the table. There is substantial locker space behind and under the seating to starboard. The starboard seating can also be used for sleeping and has lee cloths for passages.
Linings and wood work of the saloon and all the other cabins are:
white cream leather furnishings
off white vinyl linings
flooring of solid 5mm teak planks glued on 12 mahogany plywood
off white painted surfaces match the vinyl linings
The galley runs along the port side of the cabin. It features;
Corian counter top,
two stainless steel sinks,
separate custom made refrigerator and chest freezer,
Bosh induction stove hobs,
Brandt combination conventional thermal oven and micro wave oven, which can operate separately or together.
full sets of stainless steel cutlery (Nest), crockery (Nest), stainless steel pots and pans (WMF) glassware and all other equipment for eating well.
The electrical appliances have the following advantages over gas:
avoids the dangers presented by gas
avoids the moisture emitted from gas combustion
induction hobs are faster than gas
no gas smells
don t need to worry about gas supply for cooking, and keeping gas tanks full
much safer induction hobs don t ignite flammable substances the way gas and ordinary electric hobs can, and they don t burn hands if they are inadvertently placed on them.
The navigation station is forward of the galley and has a full range of electronic equipment. The seat is designed so that it can relate to social activities in the rest of the cabin. Under the seat are compartments for charts and storage of electrical gear and the dedicated radio battery.
These are unobtrusive and roll up behind the pelmets on either side of the cabin top.
Odysseus can sleep six people comfortably on passages and ten on overnight jaunts.
Illustrations of sleeping quarters are in the accompanying copy magazine articles.
Forward (owner s) cabin
Facilities that provide comfort include:
separate air conditioning,
en-suite with toilet, separate black tank, vanity with mirror and cupboards, shower and other bathroom equipment,
two hanging wardrobes with drawers,
cream leather chair,
dressing table with mirror,
inner sprung mattress,
quality bedding materials, custom made,
recessed lighting over bed head, chair and dressing table,
opening port holes and deck hatch,
lee cloths for sleeping at sea.
The space under the bed stores a wide range of spares and servicing materials for the main engine and electricity generator, and a drawer in the front space houses a Hewlet Packard printercopierfax.
Starboard crew guest cabin
double bunk with inner sprung mattress,
single bunk above demountable if not required,
opening port hole,
large clothes locker,
crew storage under the double bunk,
quality bedding materials, custom made,
lee clothes for sleeping at sea both bunks
Aft (port) crew quest cabin
double bunk with split inner sprung mattress,
opening port hole and deck hatch
hanging wardrobe with drawers and cupboard,
crew storage under double bunk,
quality bedding materials, custom made,
lee clothes for sleeping at sea
crew storage under the bunk
The space under the bunks is also used for storage of a full set of spare cordage for running rigging and spare wet weather gear.
The fwd heads is en-suite for the front cabin.
The aft heads is spacious and used by crew and guests. It has a separate shower that doubles as hanging space for wet weather gear when on passages.
Both heads include:
vanity with custom made resin tops and basins with storage cupboards under and mirrors above,
Tecma electric toilets,
quality low pressure tap ware,
opening deck hatches,
high quality two-pot paint finish toned to match the rest of the boat,
separate black water tanks.
The aft heads also has the washing machine, which is located under the aft saloon seat, and accessed from the heads.
|Built to sail, but with no concessions to comfort or safety. Inspection highly recommended|
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