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This vessel was launched in June 2012 as one of the first Outremer 5X. The owners worked closely with the yard to develop the boat during the design and construction period. Since then the owners have sailed to the Caribbean, through the Panama Canal and across the Pacific. The owners are interested to sell the Yacht due to work and school obligations in Europe. During January to March 2014 the Outremer representative on Raiatea has spent time upgrading, repairing and maintaining the Yacht which is therefore in very good condition.

GENERAL LAYOUT

The port hull is made up of a 180cm wide double bed aft, a toilet/bathroom, a small office, a front cabin with a single bed and a bathroom/shower up forward. The starboard hull is standard with a double bed aft, toiler/bathroom, bathroom shower and a 160cm double bed forward. The saloon and cockpit are standard.

RIG,  SAILS, WINCHES ETC

The philosophy is to equip her so she is as easy as possible to manage. All maneuvers can basically be carried out by one person. All halyards, reeflines, sheets etc are led back to the cockpit. Everything is managed from the cockpit so there are no winches on the mast.

–          Carbon mast from Axxon composites with Kevlar shrouds and a Harken track with roller beard travellers.

–          Aluminium boom.

–          Harken winches with one electrical (mainly for the main halyard) at the helm station and one electrical (mainly for furling) in the cockpit.

–          Carbon tillers and helming seats.

–          Mainsail of 127sqm Incidence hydranet, fully battened with a square top.

–          Genoa of 73 sqm Incidence hydranet.

–          “Trinquette” of 47sqm Incidence hydranet.

–          ORC of 24 sqm Incidence hydranet.

–          Two gennakers of 2,2oz stormlite, one 145 and one 195 sqm.

–          Generally the sails are in very good condition. All headsails are furling with the genoa and trinquette on fixed stays and the ORC and gennakers with removable textile luff ropes.

–          Some spare halyards and sheets.

MECHANICS

It has two 55hp Volvo Penta diesels with saildrives. Top speed under engine is around 10 knots and the most economic speed is 6 knots with one engine 1800-2000 rpm.

–          Diesel capacity is standard with 2×330 liters. Extra fuel filters are installed in the engine rooms.

–          There are two independent 12V 80Ah starting batteries.

–          3 blade folding propellers.

ELECTRICAL

The philosophy of the electric system is to be as much solar based as possible. There are 900 watts Victron panels on the davits and 600 watts Solbian Flex panels on the bimini. In reality this means that once on a mooring, with very few exceptions, the solar power is enough to fill the batteries and make water. We find this is a great solution with no noisy genset nor wind generator. The electric system is 24V based. In addition to the solar panels the system is made up of:

–          Victron combi shore charger 50A / converter 3000W.

–          Spare Victron converter 3000W

–          440Ah Victron AGM battery park.

–          2x140A Balmar alternators on the engines with intelligent regulators (in addition to the VP standard alternators)

–          Victron Blue Power control panel.

–          All lights LED.

WATER/PLUMBING

–          Watermaker Schenker 60l/hour (runs oFf the solar panels).

–          3kg washing machine.

–          Fresh waters pressure system.

–          Salt water pressure system.

–          Separate 80l tank for drinking water with hand pump.

NAVIGATION ELECTRONICS AND COMMS

–          Furuno Navnet 12.1’ 3D plotter/radar mounted outside protected by the bimini.

–          Furuno radar mounted on mast.

–          Furuno high power echo sounder with fish finder etc.

–          Fixed onboard PC with Maxsea navigation software and comms software (which can communicate with the Furuno  plotter).

–          NKE sailing instruments, including autopilot, wind instruments, 3 jumbo displays on the mast, 3 pilot displays (inside, starboard and port outside), 2 autopilot remote controls.

–          One Jeffa hydraulic autopilot motor on each side (one main and one backup).

–          One fixed ICOM VHF with inside and outside microphone and speaker.

–          One Furuno GPS.

–          Dubplex AIS system.

–          Bohlken marine barograph.

–          One KVH trackphone V3 for telephone and internet.

–          Long range wifi system with external antenna.

–          Ericsson 3G system with external antenna.

–          Wireless theft alarm.

 COMFORT

–          120l fridge with two big drawers.

–          90l freezer.

–          Bose stereo / home cinema with extra bass woofers and outside speakers.

–          26’ colour TV (connected to the Bose for film viewing).

–          Estec composite “teak” on stern steps and cockpit steps.

–          Sunbrella covered cushions with closed cell foam in the cockpit.

–          Wallas diesel powered stove and oven.

–          Electrical stove (to use when shore power is connected and on sunny days).

–          Canvas with which the entire cockpit can be closed.

–          Deck shower aft.

–          60l water heater (electric and from engines).

–          Electric fans in all cabins and two in the saloon.

–          Mosquito nets for all hatches.

–          Blue LEDs on aft stairs.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT

–          Viking 8 person life raft with accessories.

–          Kannad boat EPIRB.

–          Waterproof Iridium telephone.

–          Handheld ICOM VHF.

–          Personal Kannad EPIRPs which locates someone in the water with the AIS system.

–          Flares etc.

MOORING AND ANCHORING

–          Spade 35kg main anchor.

–          Fortress 32kg “second main anchor”

–          12kg aluminium stern anchor.

–          2x20m high quality 12mm stainless steel chain.

–          2x100m anchor line.

–          Mooring lines.

–          CERTEC inflatable fenders.

OTHER

–          Highfield 3,8m dinghy with rigid aluminium bottom and hypalon air chambers with Honda 20hp outboard.

–          Bauer Junior II diving compressor.

–          No heating is installed but tubing is preinstalled so a heater is relatively easy to put in.

–          Oceoprotec wetsanded antifouling.