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The Little Ship Company

Marina Royale
Saint Martin

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Make TDM
Year 1990
Condition Used
Price US$329,000
Type Sail
Class Cruiser (Sail)
Length 72 ft
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Aluminum
Location Saint Martin
Keel Type Other


Awesome Blue water " End of Days" Circumnavigator family liveaboard 





Great Yacht for Cruisers who enjoy the sailing life and the yacht’s spaciousness & amenities.

Hanalei Bay is a swift sailing yacht configured for both offshore sailing in comfort & living at anchor. HB has sailed 80,000 miles+ including Hawaii, the Pacific Coast, Mexico, Caribbean, Atlantic Crossings, & sailing the Mediterranean to Turkey.  Mainsail is in excellent shape and Genoa is new. Suitable for Artic and Antarctica expeditions. 

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Type:                   Sail, Cruise-Center Cockpit                                       Builder:                              T.D. Manufacturing, Vancouver

Year:                   1990                                                                  Model:                 Custom Sloop

LOA:                    72’                                                                     Hull:                     Mtl: Aluminum; Cfg: Keel

LWL:                   58’                                                                     Rig:                      Cutter Rig

Beam:                  18’                                                                     Naval Arch:       John Simpson

Draft:                  8’6”                                                                   Engine:                1 x 180 HP diesel 6-cylinder

Disp:                    49T NET                                                                                        Isuzu Turbo (13,975 hrs 6/11)

Fuel:                     800 g                                                                 Cruise Speed:     7.5-8K                 

Water:                 500 g                                                                 Max Speed:        8.5-9K

Sail Area             2,400 sq. ft. approx.                                                                     


Number of cabins 5 + Salon + Galley + Workshop

Number of main berths: 8

Number of secondary berths: 2 bunks fwd. Portside

               Queen, Aft Cabin w. Ensuite tub/shower

               Two Singles, Portside Cabin w. Ensuite tub/shower

               Double fwd. of Salon Starboard Side w. Ensuite shower

               Upper/Lower Bunks fwd. Portside Shares Head with fwd. Cabin

               Double V forward with Ensuite Head

Number of washrooms: 4 fresh water VacuFlush + 1 saltwater in Workshop



Wide Standard Rise Staircase from Cockpit

Dining table portside seats 8-10

Computer Station portside with Library Shelves

Wet Bar

Dickinson Diesel Stove

8 new black Venetian Blinds ‘10

2 sliding ports + 1 small port

2 removable overhead skylights (accessibility to haul generator and engine)

Grenoble 7” Clock & barometer made in England

Toshiba 26” Flat Screen TV

Aspire Progressive Scan DVD/Karaoke Machine w/two microphones

Samsung DVD/VHS Stereo Player

Sony Mini Hi-Fi System with PC/CD/AM-FM/Radio/iPod dock station w/4-speakers + 2 outdoor

Miscellaneous paper charts



Sea Recovery 25GPH water maker in Engine Room – needs upgrading

Pressurized hot & cold freshwater system throughout

Magic Chef Upright, engine driven/110-volt Refrigerator/Freezer

110-volt/engine driven extra large freezer w/spillover cooler – two 24” x 24” cold plates

Seaward Princess 3-burner stainless steel, gimbaled, propane stove with oven & grill – new ‘10

220-volt Garland grill

Emerson Combo Microwave Oven with Grill Browning Function

Double galley sinks

Pasta machine


Deep fryer

Waffle maker


Coffee Maker

Extensive collection of utensils, cutlery, china, crockery, and table linens 

Full size propane BBQ on roll-around stand on Aft Deck


Raytheon 24-mile radar, open antenna array

Wagner hydraulic Pump – ComNav 2001S Autopilot

Standard Horizon color chart plotter with Caribbean charts, GPS Chart CP 1801- new 10

Stratos satellite phone, Global Mini-M Service

Handheld Garmin Etrax GPS

Standard Horizon Matrix VHF radio

Icom Hand held VHF radio

Daiko Compass

Raymarine Tridata, Depth Sounder, Speed, Sea Temp 

Datamarine Wind instrument


Motorola Walkie talkies

Toshiba 26” Flat Screen TV

Aspire Progressive Scan DVD/Karaoke Machine w/two microphones - salon

Samsung DVD/VHS Stereo Player – salon

Sony Mini Hi-Fi System with PC/CD/AM-FM/Radio/iPod dock station w/4-speakers + 2 outdoor



Zodiac 6-person liferaft – need to be recertified

Electric dinghy Hoist for securing dinghy hoist lines to radar arch – the aft stainless steel rail is removable to hoist and secure the dinghy on deck for offshore sailing

13’ Caribe RIB with a 40HP Yamaha electric start OB – both new 12/10

10’ Caribe with a 8HP Yamaha – spare dinghy

Bimini w/solid dodger & 7-Tempered glass windows and extended canvas + plastic rain curtains to fully enclose

Swim and easy access Boarding platform w. ladder

Aft Patio Deck Bimini

Patio Table with six chairs

Side Boarding Ladder

Sunshade stretching from the mast over the boom/cockpit as required

Built to Commercial Canadian Steamship Standards:

40” Stainless Steel lifelines with two children lifelines below

Collision bulkheads

No blown insulation – R12 fiberglass insulation + 1 ½” pressed fiberglass insulation pads

Rockwool in Engine Room and beneath Aft Deck Muster station

Hollow cabin doors – every cabin has an overhead hatch for escape

Fire retardant rated wall coverings

17 Opening Port lights

Aft Door to lower deck for added ventillation

5 overhead Hatches plus two skylights

Sixteen deadlights


Muir hydraulic windlass

150# CQR w/250’ of 3/8” chain – primary

               75# Danforth w/chain & rode

               40# HT

Hot & cold freshwater shower on after platform

Anchor wash down

10-12 SOLAS life jackets

Two water ski vests, assorted masks, fins and snorkels

Two kayaks, water skis, kneeboard, wake board, Banana Blaster, Jr skis & noodles

Two orange liferings with strobe lights + assorted flares


First aid kit

Safety harnesses

Bosuns chair

Axe, Bucket

Hatteras Double Hammock and assorted fishing gear


The Hull below the waterline, the fixed fin keel (internal 36,000 lbs lead), and Stainless Steel Skeg rudder were sandblasted in 2009. 


Hull inspected and the several coats of primer and epoxy were applied.  Bottom pained every year and eight zincs replaced as needed.



12/110/220-volt electrical systems

15KW Isuzu 4-cylinder generator – 30A, 110V – 6000 hours (June ’11)

30 amp external power connector

Xantrex 3000-watt inverter

140A inverter

50A alternator

65A alternator


               1200AH – House – new 2007

               800AH engine/generator - new 11/10


Equipped for offshore cruising with an Aluminum spar

Hood roller furling gear on the headstay

Orca Whale Image spinnaker gear and telescopic pole


               Quantum fully battened mainsail with 3-slab reef – new ‘09

               Quantum RF genoa – new 10/10

               Dobson RF staysail – 20-years old

               Hood Spinnaker/Genaker – 20-years old   

10 Winches Various Sizes:

               2 x Harken 78ST, 2-speed primary (could be converted to Hydraulic

               1 x Lewmar 48ST, 2-speed electric main halyard + foresail furling  

               1 x Harken Barbarossa, 2-speed spinnaker halyard

               1 x Harken mainsheet

               2 x Spinnaker winches 


180 HP Isuzu 6-cylinder FWC Turbo diesel with 13,975 hours (June ’11)

16” hydraulic bow thruster

2 x 16000BTU air conditioners – guest accommodations

11000BTU heating system throughout - not used in 15 years

Dickenson Diesel Heating Stove – main salon

Borg Warner hydraulic transmission

Hydraulic steering system (emergency tiller stored in workshop)

Morse engine controls

Three-blade 24” fixed prop on a 2” Stainless Steel shaft

Halon automatic fire suppression in engine room + one manual external for engine room

Five manual fire extinguishers

Five ensuite smoke detectors – not connected

Whale Gusher, fire/wash down hose with a 2” pulley driven pump

Five 20# propane tanks

Bilge Pump and High Water alarm


Three fuel tanks totaling 800-gallons – all Aluminum

Three water tanks totaling 500-gallons – two-Aluminum & one Stainless Steel

Fifty gallon holding tank – plastic

Fifty gallon water heater – two tanks

Pressurized hot & cold freshwater system throughout


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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