Location: Anguilla, Bwi | Posted By: geopet
he hull is a custom design well suited for the cross seas prevalent in the Caribbean. It has a Carolina flare type hull transitioning into a nice tumblehome towards the stern. She cruises easily at 25 knots in seas that keep other boats in the harbor. The designer has been designing and building boats on Anguilla since the schooner days. This is his latest refinement of the ideal Caribbean hull design. The design yields a remarkable 1.6 MPG at 25 – 30 knots and 4 MPG at trolling speeds. It was outfitted by Anguilla Techni-Sales and all the custom fittings are a work of art as they have an extensive machine shop. All wiring and piping is cleanly routed and secured. All tanks and other systems are fully accessible for inspection and repair work. Fuel Diesel Hull Material Composite Length Overall 40 ft Beam 15 ft 6 in Draft 4 ft Engine Make Volvo Penta Model D6-370 Engine Year 2009 Fuel Capacity 350 gal Holding Tank Size 20 gal Water 100 gal Engine Hours 250 Number of Engines 2 Outdrives connected to midship mounted engines with CV jointed shafts provide proper boat balance and engine room convenience. Also allows going’ stern to’ the beach. On site design assistance by Donald Blount Assoc., N.A., USA Condition The boat is in like new condition and has been maintained by the builder. Have to sell as we are leaving the island and will not be able to use a large boat in our new location. Designed for warm weather with large outside spaces Power: Twin Volvo Penta D6-370 HP EVC-C common rail 6 cylinder diesel engines, turbocharged and supercharged, mounted mid ships, spacious engine room. 350 hours on engines. Full gauges including 2 – EVC displays. Stern mounted DPH outdrives connected to the engines with CV jointed drive shafts. 2 - fully accessible fuel tanks, 300 U.S. gallon main, 60 U.S. gallon auxiliary. 2 – 50 gallon water tanks. Dual fuel and water fills on port and starboard sides. Accommodations Designed for the heat of the Caribbean the boat has large above deck open areas, hardtop over the helm deck and a minimal cabin. Cabin includes large head enclosure with electric toilet and shower. Seat with storage under and a huge V berth in the bow. Teak flooring and teak grate in shower. Galley There is a galley area with counter top, drawers and cabinets, but no cooking appliances have been installed, much better to eat ashore ! Electronics Furuno 1720C Chartplotter / GPS; Furuno FVC-585 Digital Fishfinder, 1KW hi speed transducer; ICOM M-422 VHF Radio; Kenwood MP400MR marine stereo with 10 CD changer, helm remote and 6 speakers. Electrical 12 VDC; 2 – 200 AH batteries; Full cabin and navigation lights Cockpit flood lights and helm lighting Engine room lighting Blue Sea switch panels and circuit breaker panels. NavPac DC power conditioner Dual batteries to provide isolated systems for each engine. Helm operated battery parallel system. Deck and Hull 10” S.S. cleats, 6” fold down fender cleats Lewmar windless / 25’ 5/16” chain, 300’ 5/8” rope, bow and helm controls. Highest quality bronze seacocks Teak helm deck floor and cockpit coaming Full custom cushions Large cockpit with padded bolsters Tuna door Full gauges including 2 – EVC displays. Volvo Penta QL trim tab system Custom molded tempered glass windshield with UV filter all around. Tracy fully adjustable helm chairs, Tracy fighting chair with covers. Fresh and Saltwater washdown pumps with coiled hoses. Ice box and counter on helm deck. L shaped seating for 5. Lots of outside storage including lure cabinet with drawers, bait prep and sink. All outside cabinets are lockable including 2 – 7’ fishing rod cabinets 5 – Automatic Bilge pumps, 3700 GPH; Redundant fuel and water fills port & starboard. Custom welded bow railing and anchor roller. Large anchor locker with latch Large Bomar aluminum Frame Hatch on foredeck. Engine room blowers Fishing Equipment In deck insulated 6’ fish box and storage box with macerator pumps. 7 – S.S. Smith gunwale mounted flush rod holders 4 – S.S. Taco side mounted rod holders 2 – Rupp 8’ outrigger mounts with 18’ outrigger single spreader poles. 4 – 80 lb rods with Okuma 50 wide 2 speed reels. Gaffs, Lures, teasers and terminal tackle Planers, Downriggers Additional All electrical and fuel systems split between the 2 engines to insure reliability. Dual Racor fuel filter system for each engine. Large sea water strainers for engines Helm controlled battery parallel solenoid. Holding tank with gauge and macerator pump. Swim platform with boarding ladder 4 large fenders, full set braided dock lines Life raft, life preservers, EPIRB 2 - automatic fire extinguishers in the engine room.