|Location||Port Angeles, Washington|
|Max Bridge Clearance||58 ft|
|Engine usage (hours)||751|
|Fuel Tanks||1 x 80 gal|
|Fresh Water Tanks||1 x 80 gal|
|Holding Tanks||1 x 15 gal|
Designed by Robert Perry and meticulously built for strength and safety, Sonata is outfitted for ocean-going or island hopping, where ever your dreams may take you! Quality craftsmanship in mohagany, teak, and Alaska yellow cedar, make for impressive interior details in this very comfortable cruiser.
Sonata was professionally repowered with a Beta 38 in 2018. Main sail and staysail were replaced new in 2017, and Iverson dodger and bimini were custom installed in 2018. The teak deck is laid in epoxy without screws, reducing potential deck leaks. All plywood used in construction is Okume Marine ply. Under the deck and from the waterline up, the hull is insulated with 2" of closed cell polyurethane foam and covered by Alaskan yellow cedar.
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In the stern of the boat aft of the cockpit is the hatch for the lazarette. The steering system, autopilot hydraulic ram, pump and espar heater are accessed through the lazarette.
The companion way opening leads down hinged stairs that are curved with a nonskid coating. At the base of the stairs the opening to the 6' 8"pilot berth is to starboard with the hanging locker to port. The companion way stairs swing up to gain access to the equipment room under the cockpit. This room has the house batteries, watermaker, charger/inverter and assorted lines.
Forward of the companion way stairs is the galley to port and the nav station to starboard. The galley has a newer Force 10 stove/oven with double SS center line sinks. Hot and cold pressurized water with separate filtered drinking water and salt water tap with foot pump. Ample counter space with refrigerator and freezer. The U shape galley is very safe in a seaway.
In the main salon is a large L shaped dinette with a teak inlaid table on SS pedestals attached to the floor grid. Opposite of the dinette is a settee. There is storage above both settees and behind the seat backs. The water tanks are under the seat coushions on both sides.
Forward of the salon is the spacious head area. The toilet is portside facing forward. Next to the toilet to port is a counter and faucet with a flexable hose shower nozzel. In front of the toilet is a SS sink counter with drawers and louvered door. To starboard are two large lockers one with shelves and the other a hanging locker
A solid teak door leads to the V-berth with storage lockers and drawers under. The cushions are high quality foam in dark green fabric. Berth is 6'7". In the forward bulkhead is a teak louvered door for access to the anchor locker and windless.
Additional Equipment and notes
Little Wonder water maker
Jordan Series drouge (new)with deployment bag
Teak cockpit table
Numerous spare parts
Haul out 10/20
Two coats of Seahawk bottom paint, zincs replaced and prop coated with Pettit Barnacle Barrier
Head hoses replaced in 2020
Refrigeration: Technautic Blue Cool
Freezer: Technautic Blue Cool
Stove/oven: Force 10 Two burner cooktop with oven.
Sink: Double Stainless Steel
- Pressurized hot and cold water
- Separate filtered drinking water tap
- Separate salt water tap with foot pump
Water Heater: Iso-therm 5 gallon
Water heated by engine or 120 volt shore power
Shurflo water pump with accumulator tank.
Fresh/saltwater outlet in cockpit
Deck and Hull Equipment
Anchor: 30 kg Bruce with 250' of HT 5/16" chain (new)
Windless: Maxwell 1200 electric
Additional ground tackle
45# CQR with 600' 5/8" nylon
15kg Bruce 40' 5/16" HT chain
Anchor roller: Dual heavy duty SS
Revere Offshore Commander 4 person life raft (Recertified 5-21)
Nav Lights: All LED
Spreader and foredeck lights
Anchor light: LED
Cockpit light: LED
Lifelines: 3/16" uncoated (new 9/20) boarding gate port and starboard. On 26" tapered stanchions.
SS boarding ladder
Dingy Davits: (2) removable Garhauer dingy davits
Dingy: Achilles LSI 9.6
Fresh/saltwater deck washdown faucet in cockpit
Dodger: Iverson (new 2019) With bimini
Covers for all winches, jib turning blocks and steering pedestal
Cockpit cushions (2)
SS handrails along the deck and companion way. Along with the SS arch there are plenty of hand holds to move along the deck and cockpit safely.
Steering: Whitlock Cobra steering ( No Cables)
Raised aluminum toe rail for safety and easy attachment point for snatch blocks.
Bilge Pump: Rule 3000 and Rule 2000
Two manual bilge pumps
Bilge Blower: In or out of engine compartment
Fuel filters: Racor and Fuel water separator with alarm
Fuel shut off
Fresh water cooled
Max prop 19" 3 blade
Wilcox Crittenden Skipper Head
Rule 1500 bilge pump in shower sump along with manual bilge pump
All sailing deck hadware is oversized Lewmar Ocean 60 series tracks, cars and blocks, roller and ball bearing.
Sails: Full batten main with 3 reef points (new 2016)
Staysail (new 2016)
Jib 135% Doyle
Full radial cruising spinnaker w/sock
Doyle stack pack for main
Mainsheet Traveler: Lewmar
Roller Furling: Furlex Jib and staysail
Winches: Barient ST 2 speed primary (2), #27 secoundary ST (2), #21-33 ST on cabin top (3) and on mast Lewmar #40 ST & Barient #22 ST
Boom Vang: Garhauer SS
Mast: Kenyon Sparcraft Keel stepped double spreader and boom.
Standing rigging: 3/8" & 5/16" 1x19 SS wire with swaged upper eyes and with lower Norseman fittings and turnbuckles
Lewmar rope clutch: 12
Adjustable jib cars
Replaced main halyard with low stretch line 2018
Two spinnaker halyards
Two main halyards
In the cockpit are 3 simrad instrument readouts (Combo unit, depth and wind indicator. On the steering pedestal is a Simrad Robertson AP 20 autopilot.
Radio: ICOM R75 all frequency receiver
Radar: Furuno 1836 B-tone daylight display
VHF: Icom IC-MS02 with mic in cockpit
Auto Pilot: Simrad Robertson AP 20 and AP 22
Compass: Richie 6"
Depth sounder: Simrad IS15
Wind speed and direction Simrad IS15 Multi-Head
Knot Meter/log: Simrad IS15
Rudder Angle: Simrad
Vesper Marine XB-800 AIS (Wireless
Able to switch off send mode to recieve only)
Espar Diesel Heater installed 2018
Batteries: 3 8D wet cell batteries and two Optima start batteries.
Battery Switches: (2) 300 amp
Battery monitor: Xantrex Link lite and Xantrex charge controller
Electrical System: Newmar DC panel
Battery Charger: Xantrex interface 200 watt
Two AC outlets: Nav station and galley
DC outlets: (2) in nav station and one in instrument panel. To keep your phones and computers charged.
Solar Panels: (2) Soltec 110 w mounted in SS frames (2) Shell 75 watt in SS frames side mounted to arch. Dual comtrollers mounted inside systems compartment.