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72' 2013 Sea Boater Yachts 72' Carbon Sailboat - EUR 3,750,000
|Year: 2013 Insure It|
|Length: 72 ft Survey It|
(US$4,832,250) Finance It
|Located in: Call for Location, Croatia Transport It|
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|Engine Make||Yanmar||Engine Model||4LHA-HTP|
|Fuel Capacity||235 gal||Length Overall||72 ft|
|Water Capacity||243.04 gal||Number of Engines||1|
This vessel is located in Croatia...
|Length Overall: 72' (21.80m)
Length at Waterline: 59'6 (18.13m)
Beam: 16'2 (5.47m)
Max Draft: 47'5/8.5
|Total Power: 160|
The idea is to create a modern performance cruising yacht, which will be used mainly in the Med and warmer climates. To ensure good performance, careful attention to weight saving should be made wherever possible. With its reasonably high sail area displacement ratio there should be good all round performance. The idea is to create a unique and innovative yacht with modern clean styling, without losing any feeling of comfort.
(Still to be decided)
The yacht will be classed and shall comply with the British D.O.Ts ?The Safety Of Small Commercial Sailing Vessels - A Code of Practice? regulations, for which a certificate will be applied for or the EU ISO Rules.
This yacht is to be constructed using an carbon and epoxy resin composite laminate over a honeycomb core using a vacuum bagged hand lay-up and post cured. The yacht will be designed and built to comply with the ABS ?Guide for Offshore Racing Yachts?.
General construction practices will be built in conformance with ABS standards and guidelines and accepted modern boat building methods. The yacht shall be built in a permanent building with adequate ventilation, insulation and light. The building shall have proper equipment to control humidity, regulate temperature and to remove dust.
A recognized supplier SP Systems or equal, as agreed by the Builder and Architect will supply all reinforcement fabrics. The primary reinforcement material is carbon fiber. The resin is to be epoxy, SP Systems or equal, and approved by the reinforcement fabric supplier and the Architect. The resin must be able to withstand temperatures of up to 140�F without distortion. The resin manufacturer's requirements and instructions shall be strictly adhered to. Hull and deck are to be post cured per resin manufacturers instructions.
All hull and deck core materials are to be Corecell or equal. Core bond to be approved by core manufacturer.
To keep track of materials, each batch of resin and catalyst, as well as all types of cloth, shall have the lot number, date of manufacture, date of delivery and date of use recorded.
The hull is to be built over a skinned and faired male plug. The deck is to built over skinned female plug. Vacuum bag techniques are preferred in the construction of the hull, deck and bulkheads. The vacuum bag shall be capable of 1 bar of pressure throughout the curing process or as recommended by the resin supplier. Elevated temperature cure shall be employed in the construction of the hull, deck and bulkheads in accordance with resin manufacturer?s recommendations.
In general laminate fiber contents, mechanical properties and test samples to be decided by Structural Engineers and or Naval Architect. Stainless steel shall be 316 or 316L, depending on application, except where otherwise
specified. All stainless steel welding of exposed parts and of all fittings shall be finished to a high polish. Stainless steel weldments to be passivated after welding and polishing. All wood, if used in construction, shall be sound, clear and free from large knots, checks, shakes or saps, well seasoned and of a kind and quality well suited for the use intended.
All lumber is to be dressed on all sides and edges, and the dimensions given are for the finished sizes.
Wood shall be of the following kinds:
Mahogany: Honduras or equivalent
Spruce: Sitka or equivalent
Cedar: Red or equivalent
Teak: Burma or equivalent
Fir: Douglas or equivalent
Substitutions for the above specified woods must be approved, as an equivalent, by the Architect. Equivalent woods may be used if an increase in weight will not result, and if approved by the Architect and Owner.
Plywood shall be marine type, waterproof, phenolic resin bonded, sound on both sides. Where fin
The exterior hull and deck and the exposed portions of the hull and deck interior shall be faired and painted using U.S. Paint?s "Awlgrip" products. The application of the fairing and paint system shall be in strict accordance with the manufacturer?s specifications. A record of temperature and humidity shall be kept during paint application.
The hull topsides are to be painted in (white?) Awlgrip and the boot top to be painted (navy blue?), as selected by the Owner. All painted surfaces will receive a minimum of three coats of paint.
The bottom paint shall be Interlux Micron 66 or equal antifouling paint, sprayed on. The application shall be in strict accordance with the manufacturer's specifications. The deck and cabin top, where exposed, will be painted in (white?) Awlgrip. Non-skid will be applied to all flat accessible surfaces or where specified. Non-skid type to be as selected by owner. Non-skid to be patterned around all deck fittings as directed.
4.2. Hull Fairing
Every effort should be made by the Builder to keep the hull fair throughout the
construction process in order to minimize the amount of fairing compound required. Hull shall be sanded before applying primers and micro-balloon fairing compound. Care shall be taken to avoid sanding through to laminate after application.
All paints and varnish to be rubbed between coats, and particular care shall be taken while painting that all workmen are clear of boat; also, that it is clean and free of chips, sawdust and rubbish before final coats are applied. Final coat shall be smooth, show no sanding marks, and be free of dust. All finishing colors to be selected by Owner.
4.4. Preservative Treatment
Backs of ceilings and grounds for other woodwork as required to be given at least three generous coats of approved sealer, such as Wood-Life, Chemi-seal or equal. Where possible, treatment shall be applied to finished lumber before installation.
4.5. Boot Top and Cove Stripe
To be painted between sheered lines above the D.W.L. as per plans, using similar system as topsides. Final location of boot top, and cove stripe to be approved by Architect before painting. Cove stripe to be applied to hull, without recess. Cove stripe to be painted in Awlgrip, color selected by owner.
4.6. Name and Hailing Port
Name and hailing port to be painted on stern in Awlgrip or done with a vinyl transfer, color and font style to be selected by owner. Name to be in letters of height and design as directed and approved by the Registering Authority and Owner.
4.7. Exterior Brightwork
All exterior wood except teak decks, cockpit seats and soles to be finished bright. All varnished wood trim to be finished with ten (10) coats of Epifanes Clear Varnish.
4.8. Interior Brightwork
Where finish to be clear, varnish with satin finish, using Epifanes Rubbed Effect Varnish, 6 coats minimum, rubbed between coats. Where painted, lacquer finish, done with Interlux semi-gloss paint, color as directed by Owner, 2 coats minimum. Floorboards to be varnished.
All joiner work is to be installed in accordance with the best yacht practice.
The interior style and finish is to be decided by the builder but in general is to be either lacquered finish on faired composite panels or selected wood veneers on composite panels.
Veneered interior means fully veneered bulkheads, cabinets and locker doors. All surfaces to be trimmed in wood. Corner posts, fiddles, and all other trim and fashion pieces will be solid wood and matched as closely as possible to the surrounding woodwork. Doors shall be of flat panel construction. Overhead to be ultra-suede or fabric covered panels.
Fiddles are to be installed on all working surfaces. Convenient and well-rounded hand holds or grips to be provided throughout cabin areas and heads, on overheads and bulkheads as needed, to facilitate safe movement below deck. Toe spaces are to be used on all built in furniture.
Where particular sizes are not called out, material shall be as light in weight as consistent with good practice. All surfaces that may be exposed during normal use such as the inside of drawer faces, locker doors, etc., shall match surrounding joiner work. Corners of cockpit wells, hatches, furniture, lockers, etc., to be well rounded. All projecting corners of partitions to be fitted with neatly rounded corner posts. All
fastening pieces, rails, doorsills, drawers, etc. to be screw fastened.
Particular care shall be given to eliminating rattles in all joiner work. This includes doors, locker doors and floorboards. Provision is also to be made for removable or hinged panels to insure access to all equipment, steering cables, electrical junction boxes, tanks, etc.
Owner supplied equipment will be given specific storage locations. Proper dedicated foundations, divisions and mountings will be provided for all Owner supplied items.
5.2. Partition Bulkheads
To be honeycomb core with E-Glass or thin plywood faces as called up by Architect.
5.3. Hull Ceilings
To be painted satin/matte white or upholstered (Alcantara) lightweight plywood panels where hull is exposed to the interior, otherwise to be bare hull. Backs of hanging lockers to have cedar battens.
To be of the flat panel type with veneer/finish to match surrounding brightwork. Locker doors to be veneered flat panel per plans. All doors to be honeycomb cored to prevent warping. All passage doors must have maximum height permitted by deck structure. Styling details to be coordinated between Architect and Builder.
Hanging lockers to be finished inside. Hanging lockers to be fitted with shelves, rods and hooks as directed. Shelves to have fixed fiddles. All hanging lockers to have provisions for ventilation thru louvered doors.
Wet locker to be finished inside with Formica and provided with a fixed rod, rack for drying boots. Wet locker door to have louvers. Sole to be grated and drain to bilge.
Galley countertop height to be 920mm, head and vanity countertop heights to be
870mm. Galley countertop to be Corian as selected by Owner with aluminum
honeycomb backing and 50mm high lip at back splash. Galley sink to be undermounted to Corian worktop. Head countertops with integral basins to be Corian as per Architect detail, colour as selected by builder. To have fixed integral Corian fiddles as directed.
5.7. Drawers and Dish Cabinets
All drawers to be on stainless steel Mepla (or equal) type runners that are self closing and with stops to prevent pulling out and latches to fix in the closed position. Drawer faces to be cutout from primary panel.
Cutlery drawers, dish cabinets, and glass racks to be fitted with partitions, depressions, guides and lift-out trays as required to suit individual pieces. Glass and dish racks to have fixed felt-covered guides.
|Insulation as listed below is for acoustic and thermal purposes. Materials quoted are Maritex from Halyard Marine, equivalent products may be substituted. The Builder must give careful consideration to the noise requirements listed below and may increase the amount of insulation if required to meet those limits. However, attention must be paid to
minimizing the total weight of the insulation materials.
Thermal and acoustic insulation fitted inside the engine space is to be of
non-combustible material, and also insulation is to be protected against impregnation by flammable vapors and liquids.
Special attention should be given to acoustic insulation and vibration damping to reduce noise levels in accommodation area, and in particular in staterooms, and in accommodation spaces in way of propeller. The following tables are target sound levels which the Builder should make every reasonable effort to achieve.
Underway: Main engine in operation at its continuous rating and the generator in operation
Galley 70 decibels
Guest Cabins 65
Captain/Crew Cabins 65
Dockside: Main engine shut down, generator running and air-conditioning in operation
Galley 60 decibels
Guest Cabins 55
Captain/Crew Cabins 60
Engine Room Sides and Overhead ? Two layers of 32mm Maritex with 1.6mm
perforated aluminum cover sheet painted with Awlgrip white or anodized silver.
Engine Access Hatches Doors - To be double sealed and contain no less insulation than the rest of the engine compartment.
Bulkhead Between Guest/Captain Cabins & Lazarette ? No insulation required.
Cabin Soles - 32mm Maritex bonded to the underside of the specified finish sole
between the sole bearers in way of propellor and P-Bracket. Also in compartments where pumps are mounted under the sole.
Hot Water Ring - To be insulated with armaflex, all joints to be glued.
Chilled Water Ring - Supply and return to be insulated with armaflex, all joints to be glued.
Vent Ducting ? 12mm Maritex in engine room air inlet and outlet vent ducting for sound absorption.
Machinery Mounting - The following machinery to be mounted on soft rubber mounts:
Fridge and freezer compressors.
Water maker pumps. Hydraulic
power unit. Generator.
Air conditioning compressor and air handlers.
Domestic water pressure pump. Washing
|7.1. Main Engine
Main engine shall be a Yanmar 4LHA-HTP four (4) cylinder, four (4) stroke, marine turbocharged diesel. Maximum engine rating is 160 hp @ 3300 rpm. It shall be the responsibility of the Builder to confirm with engine manufacturer and Architect engine selection prior to ordering engine. Engine to be equipped with standard equipment including fresh water cooling, thermostatically controlled engine mounted fresh and raw water pumps, engine oil and gearbox coolers, high capacity lube pump and filters, fuel filters and pump, and other items listed in manufacturer?s data sheets.
Optional Equipment to include:
1. 24 Volt 100 Amp Bosch/Mastervolt alternator
2. New ?C? type panel (cockpit)
Main engine and genset shall have there own sea water intake.
Seawater strainer to be Vetus type 525 in stainless steel with stainless filter element and clear top.
Engine to be resiliently mounted as recommended by the manufacturer using
Gearbox to be Yanmar ZF45A 8� down-angle transmission with a 2.43:1 reduction gear.
7.3. Flexible Shaft Coupling
To be R&D Mod. 910-009 or Drivesaver Mod. 504 (from Globe Rubber Works).
7.4. Propeller Shaft
Aquamet 22, 40mm shaft with standard metric tapers and locked coupling.
7.5. Stern Tube
Stern tube to be custom GRP fabrication, see detail drawing, no cutlass bearing
required in sterntube.
7.6. Shaft Seal
The stuffing box is to be a John Crane Manecraft ?Deep Sea Seal?, type EM, water lubricated shaft seal, set number 7.
7.7. Shaft Strut
Strut to be custom 316L stainless steel with dimensions, as shown on plans. To have strut extended thru hull and supported by internal structure, optional composite strut to be investigated. Strut bearing to be a standard water lubricated rubber bearing with non-metallic shell.
To be a Max Prop three (3)-bladed feathering propeller of 635mm (25?) diameter with hub to suit shaft diameter, pitch to be 330mm (13?). After trials, pitch may need to be adjusted to optimize engine load and cruising speed. It shall be the responsibility of the Builder to confirm with engine manufacturer and Architect engine selection prior to ordering engine.
One Fischer Panda Model ?PMS 14000NE? 12 kW single phase generator, 230VAC, 50
Hz at 3000 rpm to be installed to provide standard single phase 230VAC, 50 Hz service.
Accessories to include sound shield, remote instrument and control panels, shore power switch, strainer, coolant recovery tank, exhaust elbows, flexible rubber exhaust line, and waterlift muffler. Main control panel will be bulkhead mounted adjacent to the generator. A second smaller panel with start/stop will be located in the navigation area. Starter is to
be 12 volt.
Optional equipment to include: TBD
7.10. Main Engine and Generator Exhaust Systems
The main engine exhaust is to be a traditional waterlift system. Components of the system include an engine manufacturers supplied exhaust elbow with siphon break, mounted high above the datum water line, water injection ring, waterlift muffler supplied by Centek (Vernalift 4? Inline Mod. 1500098) and flexible exhaust hose. Exhaust hose to be by Trident Marine, Blue VHT type or equal.
The generator exhaust is to be a waterlift system. To consist of an engine
manufacturers supplied exhaust elbow with siphon break, mounted high above the
datum water line, water injection ring, waterlift muffler supplied by Centek (Vernalift ?? Inline Mod. ?) and flexible exhaust hose run to transom. Exhaust hose to be by Trident Marine, Blue VHT type.
The throttle and gearbox control shall be a single-lever system. To be Morse Type MV single lever control system. Control head to be mounted on the cockpit
|8.1. Air Conditioning & Ventilation
The air conditioning system shall be supplied by Frigomar. This supplier shall be responsible to the Builder for furnishing all drawings and diagrams showing proper installation and detailing the sizes for refrigerant piping as well as electrical and control circuits. The Builder shall be responsible for final balancing of the system and obtaining specified air quantities at the outlets as well as minimizing noise transmission from the air handlers and air noise in the ducts.
The air conditioning system shall be chilled water type and shall have provision for heating.
Total cooling capacity of the compressor shall be 39000 BTU.
It shall take suction from the engine room common sea chest and shall have a common overboard discharge with a non-return check valve and stop valve. The salt water pumps shall be resilient mounted and easily accessed for service.
Chilled water from the compressor units shall be piped to and from the air handlers using insulated reinforced marine grade hose or equal. Service valves should be installed between the air handlers and chilled water lines. It is critical that the insulation on the supply and return lines be unbroken for it's entire length without break at the supporting clips.
Check air handler pans have drains in each corner to facilitate drainage when heeled. Grills for air conditioning, where exposed, are to be in keeping with the interior styling. Each unit shall have its own thermostat/controller switch for heating or cooling. All ducts shall be 127mm (5?) round/wire and mylar fabric shell with 12mm (1/2?) insulation or built in insulated plywood ducts where space is at a premium. Care shall be taken to provide for quiet operation.
1 Frigomar Chilled Water Condensing Unit Model 603 (39000 BTU).
2 Frigomar Air Handlers Model 742 Type S (Total Cap 9000 BTU) for Fwd/Owners Cabin.
2 Frigomar Air Handlers Model 742 Type S (Total Cap 18000 BTU) for Saloon.
2 Frigomar Air Handlers Model 742 Type S (4800 BTU for each cabin) Aft Guest Cabins.
5 Bulkhead Mount Digital Controllers for Air Handlers.
The mechanical supply and exhaust ventilation shall be through properly baffled grilles in the cabin house with water traps as designed by the Architect. Each ventilation outlet shall have portable storm closures with stand-offs. All ducts shall be sized for velocity not to exceed 1500 feet per minutes. All blowers shall be resilient mounted and noise shall be minimised.
In the galley is an extractor hood that shall exhaust through a custom grill and baffle box in the coachroof coaming.
The engine room shall have one exhaust fan, Par flange mount 24V dc. Engine room supply and exhaust air shall be ducted through grills, water traps, baffles and trunks as designed by the Architect. Exhaust air will vent P/S through grills in the coach roof side. Special care shall be taken to minimize noise transmission.
Additional blowers as necessary for ventilation purposes, such as electronics
enclosures shall be fitted by the Builder.
Quantity and Type:
1 off Jabsco Heavy Duty Flangemount 4? Blower 7.1m3/min, 24 Volt.
8.2. Refrigeration System
The refrigeration system shall be supplied by Frigomar Refrigeration. The freezer is to be maintained at -18 degrees C and the chill box at 4 degrees C with an ambient air temperature of 38 degrees C and sea water temperature of 26 degrees C under normal usage. Each box shall have its own temperature gauge located nearby. The refrigerator and freezer boxes are custom made and shall be constructed with stainless steel liners and insulation according to the refrigeration suppliers plans and specifications.
Insulation thickness to be a minimum of 75mm (3?) for the freezer and 50mm (2?) for the fridge. The
Unless otherwise specified, piping, valves, fittings, etc. are to be in accordance with the Piping Systems Table given below. All piping must be clean at the time of installation and shall be pressure tested to an operating pressure of 1.5 times greater than normal pressure. Special care shall be taken in lying out and routing piping so that it is neat and orderly with valves, drains and connections readily accessible. Piping must not interfere
with bilge access.
Hose and plastic piping will be used to the greatest extent possible, as described below. Joints in CPVC piping, where not made with unions, shall be made with compression type fittings. Unions in polypropylene are to be made with manufacturer supplied welding system. Where hose is used for water and exhaust lines, connections shall be by double hose clamps with barbed ends, Aeroquip unions, or equal. Connections to moving machinery shall be flexible and as close to the moving part as practical. Watertight and engine room bulkhead penetrations to use NMP ROX cable and piping transit system fittings to maintain watertight integrity and sound insulation properties.
Seacocks to be Forespar Marelon, fiberglass reinforced plastic, flush closing. Efforts will be taken to minimize the number of through-hull fittings by combining functions. Emergency plugs to be attached at each through-hull fitting. Through hulls are to be labeled showing function and a clear diagram provided showing precise location throughout the boat.
Basket strainers and strainer plates on suction sea chests are to have net area of at least 2.5 times that of the suction pipe.
Valves to be stainless steel or ABS approved plastic valves. Maximum use of ball valves shall be made where practical. Valves shall be labeled showing system, function and indicating normally open or normally closed.
Check valves shall be of the ball type or spring type depending on application. Vented loops shall be fitted on all pump raw water/bilge overboard discharge lines with an open circuit (where able to siphon back into the bilge or piece of hardware, eg engines and bilge lines) to prevent siphoning.
All piping shall be run in a tidy manner with due consideration given to service and access. All black and gray water lines to have end caps on straight runs for clean-out. All pipes are to be fully supported at regular intervals with proper pipe clamps and hangers. All hydraulic piping shall be isolated from the hull to minimize noise transmission.
The following are suggested manufacturers for piping materials. The intent of this list is to establish a minimum standard for piping, fittings and valves. Alternative manufacturers complying to similar standards can be considered.
Plastic piping - Nibco Chemtrol
Plastic valves - Asahi, George Fischer, or Nibco Chemtrol
Hydraulic hose - Aeroquip or Parker
Hydraulic valves and fittings - Aeroquip or Parker
Fuel and lube oil hose - Aeroquip
Fuel and lube oil valves & fittings - Aeroquip or Worcester
Pipe clamps and handers - Stauff (stainless steel)
Piping Systems Table
- Pipe - Polypropylene or CPVC (schedule 80)
- Joints - Heat welded polypropylene or solvent welded CPVC
- Connections - Aluminum/plastic flanged, plastic/plastic unions
- Sea Cocks
- Sea Cocks
Black and Grey Water
- Sea Cocks-
Fresh Water (hot and cold)
Fire and Bilge
- Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) or Reinforced
- Polypropylene or CPVC, true union ball type.
GRP tube to 300mm above Dwl then marine grade hose
Stainless steel hose connections
This electrical specification forms part of the total vessel specification and is to be read in conjunction with all other relevant sections and drawings.
The intent of this section of specification is to ensure that the completed electrical installation meets the minimum standard consistent with the expectation for a high quality yacht of this type. The installation will be convenient to operate, easy to maintain and provide a high degree of reliability. The vessel is intended for extended private cruising with the ability to provide safety and comfort for 6 guests and 2 crew.
Electrical systems to be installed on board are:
24 volt DC Services, two wire insulated return. 12 volt DC Services, two
wire insulated return. 220 volt AC, 1 phase, 50Hz, 3 wire with neutral
earthed but non-hull return. All cables, switch gear and ancillary equipment supplied and installed as part of the electrical installation should, wherever practical, have a marine "Type Approval".
The DC electrical system shall be a 2-wire negative ground, 24 volt system with one bank of batteries supplying power. These batteries shall be charged from engine driven alternators, from shore power or the AC generator through battery chargers. The AC system shall be a 220 volt, single phase, 50 Hz system with power supplied by a diesel driven generator, from battery inverters or from a shore power connection. These systems shall be installed in general accordance with the wiring schematic developed with the final plans.
10.2. Drawings and Documentation
Detailed installation drawings to be provided where applicable and will include:
Single Line Cabling Diagrams.
Detailed Circuit and Connection Diagrams.
Equipment Locations, Layouts and General Arrangements.
Switchboard and Control Panel details.
Equipment Lists, Cable Schedules and System Descriptions.
Test and Commissioning Schedules.
10.3. Name Plates
All distribution panels, alarm panel and switchboard shall have nameplates to clearly identify the circuit or unit of equipment, and should include the fuse size or circuit breaker rating where applicable. All push buttons, switches, and receptacles shall be clearly labeled either on the mounting plate or with a suitable label plate adjacent.
10.4. Electrical Supplies and Reticulation
Circuits and sub-circuits will be protected on all un-grounded current carrying
conductors against over currents and short circuits by circuit breakers where practical or suitably rated fuses. Circuit beaker and fuse ratings will provide adequate fault rupturing capacity, discrimination, and be a type suitable for marine use. Instrument and control circuits are to be protected.
Adequate suppression will be fitted where there is a risk of transient voltage spikes.
10.5. Wiring, Supports and Bonding
Wiring will be suitable marine type.
Wiring voltage ratings must be suitable for the circuit, conductors must be stranded tinned copper.
Wire color coding to conform to the European standard.
Conductor cross-sectional areas must be such that the volt drop does not exceed 6% at the maximum load. All wiring will be adequately protected against mechanical damage, chaffing, heat, corrosion and wherever possible installed clear of bilges. Wire penetrations through bulkheads and decks will have adequate sealing arrangements to maintain watertight integrity.
Wiring will be identified at each end using a proprietary permanent marking system. The details are to be recorded on the cable schedule and referenced on the appropriate drawings.
Main wiring runs are to be neatly fastened to 100 x 40 or 50 x 40 plastic cable trays. Cables run out to other areas must all be adequately supported and fastened with small diameter flexible conduit.
To minimize electr
(Note: Deck Hardware Listed is for Shorthanded Version)
All deck gear to be fitted with stainless steel thru bolts, carbon backing plates, washers and nyloc nuts. All exterior hardware for latches, hatch closure, hinges, bases, etc. shall of stainless steel construction and shall be fully corrosion resistant. All exterior hatches, companionways and locker doors shall be provided with a means of secure closure to prevent unauthorized access. A lock system shall be provided for the companionway and the crew cabin forward.
The following Lewmar winches are to be used:
Primaries 2 x Lewmar 111/3AHST
Secondaries/Halyard 2 x Lewmar 66/3AHST
Main Halyard Winch 1 x Lewmar LMS600 (Subject to review with
Mainsheet (Reel Winch) 1 x Lewmar LMS600
11.3. Deck Hardware
The following Lewmar deck hardware is to be used:
Qty Part No. Description
Single part mainsheet dead-ended on boom from Hydraulic reel
winch in fwd end of aft cockpit.
Genoa 110%, Tracks, Cars and Footblocks
2 Size 3 Racing Track 1.75m Long
2 End Stop, at Aft End of Track.
2 End Stop with Control Line and Becket, 2:1 Purchase.
2 Plunger Stop
1 Port Side Genoa Car
1 Stb Side Genoa Car
2 130mm Footblock, Single Sheave
2 130mm Single Block for Sheet
Tack attached to Sprit End with Strop
2 Rondal 623030
Removable Screw in Pad Eye & Base for Sheet Blocks
Mast Base Blocks
1 105mm Fixed Halyard Block for Masthead Spin Halyard
2 105mm Fixed Halyard Block for Main Halyard & Spare Main
2 105mm Fixed Halyard Block for Genoa & Fractional Spin Halyard
1 105mm Fixed Halyard Block for Staysail
3 105mm Fixed Halyard Block for Reefs
2 125mm Snatch Block
6 Rondal 623030
Removable Screw in Pad Eye & Base for 2 Pairs at Rail for
Barberhauling Genoa and a 1 Pair Just Fwd of Spin Sheets
Jammers to be Spinlock and Organizers to be Custom Spinlock or Custom Yard:
Qty Part No. Description
2 ZS1014C Main Halyard and Spare Main/Topping Lift Jammer
1 ZS1014C Masthead Spinnaker Halyard Jammer
2 ZS1014C Genoa & Fractional Spinnaker Halyard Jammers
1 ZS1014C Staysail Halyard
3 ZS1014C Reef Lines
4 Custom Halyard Organizer, Six Sheave Double Stacked
11.4. Toe Rail
A teak toe rail 30mm x 30mm x 7800mm shall be installed at the tangent point of the deck and the sheer radius. The side decks aft of the shrouds to have no toe rail.
Material Required: 15.6m of 30x30 teak
11.5. Fair Leads & Cleats
Cleats and fairleads are to be the folding type for a clean deck.
One pair of cleats fwd.
One pair of cleats midships.
One pair of cleats aft.
No fair leads to be used, as cleats are mounted at deck edge.
Cleats to be located as per the deck plan. Cleats are to securely bolted to deck using glass washer plates to spread the load.
6 off of Versari & Delmonti 0263-AN (400mm) Fold Down Cleats.
11.6. Life Lines, Pulpit & Pushpit
Lifelines to be installed as shown, particular care being given to height as developed on the working drawings. Stanchions to be 28mm OD stainless steel tubing with a 1.6mm wall and stainless steel heads shaped as per drawing. Stanchion bases to be composite tubes let into the sheer at the toe rail and secured to inside skin of hull. Top lifeline to be 6mm diameter 1x19 stainless steel wire and lower lifeline to be 5mm 1x19 stainless steel wire.
There shall be gangway openings port and starboard. Stanchions at the gangway shall have braces to the deck and special heads to take the terminals. Openings to be fitted with a wire pennant similar to the lifelines and fitted with a Gibb type pelican hook
The rig is to fractional with swept back spreaders, built by ____________ . A full rig specification is to be provided by the Sparmaker. The mast is a composite section built of carbon fiber. Finish to be light color Awlgrip paint, as selected by the Owner. The boom is to be a Leisure Furl system constructed of carbon fiber and painted to match the mast. Roller furler foil to be composite for weight saving. The standing rigging is to be Nitronic 50 rod and Aramid cables where required. The Builder is to supply and install the composite mast collar and tie-rod plates with detailing done in consultation with the Sparmaker. The fabricated adjustable mast step, lower tie-rod plates and shims to be supplied by the Sparmaker. Mast step tapping plate that is
bonded into the keelson to be sized in consultation with the Sparmaker.
Rig dimensions are as follows:
I = 24.783m (81.31?)
J = 7.671m (25.16?)
P = 26.291m (86.26?)
E = 9.485m (31.12?)
ISP = 28.451m (93.64?)
Sail Area for Main = 148.99m2
Sail Area for Jib = 109.50m2
Total sail area = 258.49m2.
The mast will be tapered to reduce weight aloft.
12.3. Mast Head
The mast head will incorporate hardware and sheave boxes to suit the 2:1 main halyard and and the single part spare main halyard. Attachment for back stay by stainless steel bushing inserts.
12.4. Masthead Spinnaker
Spinnaker sheave box with side rollers, for one halyard only.
12.5. Forestay/Hounds Tang
Forestay tang with stainless steel bushing insert and sheave box to suit genoa halyard and fractional spinnaker halyard.
12.6. Inner Forestay
Inner forestay tang with stainless steel bushing and sheave box.
12.7. Runner Tangs
As per Sparmakers detail.
12.8. Shroud Attachment
As per Sparmakers detail.
Three sets of tapered aerofoil spreaders. Mounted as per Sparmakers detail to allow fore/aft articulation of the spreader.
12.10. Halyard Slots
All halyard exits reinforced with backing plates and halyard chafe plates fitted.
Fabricated and bonded to mast to accept boom.
12.12. Vang Fitting
Fabricated and bonded to mast to accept vang.
12.13. Water Tight Integrity
All cutouts/holes between mast collar at deck and cabin sole to be sealed to prevent water entering the boat.
12.14. Electrical Conduits
Individual tubes supplied to each spreader and mast head.
12.15. Electrics and Antennas
Provision is made for mounting all electrics and antennas. These are protected by guards as necessary. All electrics, antennas and their cables to be supplied by owner.
12.16. Mast Base and Step
Mast reinforced at heel and heel plug fitted.
Aluminum mast step/jack plate.
Jacking bar and mast reinforcement.
12.17. Painting Mast
The mast will be faired and painted with AwlGrip or equal.
Windex mounted on masthead.
Provision is made to mount lights and manufacture protected guards where necessary, for the following lights:
Spreader lights mounted on lower spreaders facing down.
Wiring of all lights included.
Leisure Furl in boom furling system.
Composite carbon boom section.
Hydraulic drive with manual backup.
Vang lug to suit Navtec cylinder.
One mainsheet bail for attachment of mainsheet dead end.
Two boom lights for guest cockpit.
Eyes/tang for boom preventer attachment.
12.21. Asymmetrical Bow Sprit
Bow sprit to be carbon constant diameter pole, and painted white.
Outer end to have eye/tang f
|13.1. Owners Manuals
Builder shall supply two complete sets of Owner?s manuals, including maintenance and repair instructions, as supplied with mechanical and electrical equipment. Additionally,the Builder shall supply two sets of diagrams and instructions for electrical, piping and similar systems, in ?as-built? form.
13.2. Tender (Owner Supplied)
One Zodiac YL 275R tender with Yamaha 15hp to stow transversally, inflated, on the wet deck under the aft cockpit sole. To be securely chocked when stowed, optional storage is to be provided on the wet deck for when the motor is not mounted on the dinghy transom. Builder to finalize working drawings of tender and actuation system to ensure proper operation and fit. Transom door/deck to be remotely operated from cockpit.
13.3. Chain and Anchor Rodes
One 100 meter length of 11.1mm Grade 500 galvanized chain with suitable shackles, thimble, splice, etc. Dead-end to be securely fastened to hull structure in the chain locker with short length of 22mm nylon braid. Storage in chain locker below foredeck anchor locker.
One 100 meter length of 22mm braided nylon, fitted with 10 meters of 11.1mm Grade 500 galvanized steel chain with suitable shackles, thimble, splice, etc. Storage in lazarette. One 10 meter x 19mm nylon braid w/ heavy-duty stainless hook to act as anchor chain snubber.
Main anchor - One 75lb CQR to be stowed on bow roller. Kedge anchor ? One Fortress FX85 (47 lbs) stowed in lazarette.
13.5. Dock Lines
Four 20 meter lengths of 19mm nylon braid. Four 12 meter lengths of 19mm nylon braid line Storage to be provided in forepeak and lazarette.
Two white pneumatic fenders, 300 x 910, to be provided. Six white pneumatic fenders, 200 x 785, to be provided.
13.7. Swim Ladder and Gangway
Swim ladder to be used at gangway at side of boat and also off of transom swim
platform. A lightweight composite passerelle to be supplied for boarding from the stern. To have de-mountable stanchions with rope lifeline on one side, and be suitably strengthened against bending. Provision shall be made to support the passerelle with a halyard.
1 off Sanguinetti Mod. 51004.00 Swim Ladder. 1 off Multi Plex Passerelle (Standard Size).
Two AutoFlug ?Modula Plus? 6 man life rafts in canisters. To be stowed in lockers under cockpit deck between pedestals.
13.9. Life Rings
One Jim Buoy, Type IV white horseshoe life buoy with the yacht name painted on to be stored on the pushpit.
13.10. Man Overboard Modules
One Survival Technologies MOM module, to be attached to pushpit.
13.11. Life Jackets
Eight Jim Buoy or equal life jackets, Mod. No. 601T. Storage to be in the lazarette and each shall have the yacht?s name written on them and reflective tape applied.
13.12. Safety Harnesses
Eight Lirakis harnesses to be provided.
13.13. Personal Rescue Lights and Epirbs
Eight personal strobes and EPIRBS to be provided.
13.14. Navigation Equipment (Owner Supplied)
Stowage for Owner supplied non-electronic navigation equipment, to include
chronometer, sextant, barometer, barograph, charts, almanacs, dividers, and parallel rules and similar hand tools is to be provided.
13.15. Sound Signal
One whistle and bell required.
13.16. Flag Pole
One 1.75 meter carbon staff to be provided. To be mounted on pushpit, standard yard detail.
13.17. Boat Hook
One aluminum 1 meter to 2.5 meter telescoping boat hook, stowed in lazarette.
13.18. Tools (Owner Supplied)
Stowage to be provided by the Builder for Owner supplied tools in plastic boxes
together with any tools provided with major equipment. Stowage to be in bins or
shelves, as direc
|Loa. 21.80m. (72.00?) Lwl 18.13m. (59.48?) Beam Max 5,47 m. (16.20?) Draft (Keel Down) 4.57m (14.5?) Draft (Keel Up) 2.60m (8.53?) Displacement (To Dwl) 18550 kgs (40,859 lbs) Ballast 8 655 kgs (19 084 lbs) Sail Area 258.49 m2. (2781 ft2) Fuel 890 litres (196 Imp Gal) Water 920 litres (202 Imp Gal) Auxiliary (Yanmar 4LHA-HTP) 118 Kw @ 3300 Rpm 160 Hp With the 72 Carbon, the builder wants to be the first to introduce the latest thinking in performance cruising yacht design. The 72 Carbon is the 'all star' of the entire builder?s yacht fleet. Over the past ten years, members of their team have focused their efforts on designing winning race boats ranging from Grade Prix to America's Cup. Along with race boats, their team has also developed numerous cruising yachts and now through their brand, they have built the 72 Carbon yacht model. The 72 hull is designed with the cooperation of the world renowned naval architect Botin-Carkeek design team, whose boats have won Copa del Rey and TP52 Med Cup. Botin-Carkeek, the world's best Spanish design team, are the official designers for the New Zealand America?s Cup syndicate, the Grand Soleil production line as well as the Spanish royal family. They are a team of builders with a global reputation for building the most advanced race and performance sailing yachts. We build 72 and 100 in our specialized shipyard. With zero tolerance and maximum care for every component's accuracy, the shipyards meet demanding modern naval building standards without compromise. 72 Carbon, like all of our vessels follows a vision of cost-effectiveness and an extraordinary price-performance ratio. Their primary rule is to provide yachts that are "one step cheaper from more popular yacht brands at the same or better quality?. In short, the 72 is a high-tech yacht that includes the latest inovations such as: carbon fiber hull, hydraulic lifting keel, retractable carbon bow prod, flush carbon hatches, hydraulic system controls and much more... All of these features are included in the standard version of each yacht. - Carbon fiber hull: based on selected SP systems laminating materials combined with a foam sandwich to ensure the highest structural integrity, where most furniture and fittings double as structure, minimizing redundancy and weight, thus enhancing dynamic responses and making SeaBoater yachts safer. - Hydraulic lifting keel: The modern lift keel system helps give the yacht increased stability when sailing, while the minimum lift up draft allows for easy access to harbors and anchorages. - Flush Carbon Hatches: Flush Carbon Hatches provide more than a fully modern look: they have double seals for ultimate waterproofing and offer protection from corrosion (constructed from carbon fiber). - Foldaway Anchor System: The anchoring system stows below the deck and aft of the bow. As a practical convenience, the anchor may be manually or hydraulically swung into position. - Retractable carbon bow prod: The retractable gennaker pole enables yacht crews to fly a gennaker in the most optimum manner with minimal crew. The carbon bow prod may be retracted and made invisible. - Advanced hydraulic system: The complex and modern hydraulic system controls every aspect of navigation. - Ecology/FREE fuel: On top of everything, we are proud to announce that SeaBoater is the first yacht in its range to implement Hybid (Electric/Diesel) and Solar Hybrid Solar/Electric/Diesel) technology. This model has four versions: - SeaBoater 72 Carbon Race: full performance sport race yacht - SeaBoater 72 Carbon Classic: a classic yacht look - SeaBoater 72 Carbon Deck Saloon: a more comfortable version with a bigger deck saloon - SeaBoater 72 Carbon Deck Saloon Hard Top: practical hard top (only available with solar version) Three different engine power versions: Diesel, Hybid (Electric/Diesel), Solar Hybrid (Solar/Electric/Diesel). The builder brings together its own associate shipyards worldwide (Australia, Netherl|
|The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.|
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