MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION
NOW $395,000 U.S.
Custom Yacht Sales is proud to offer this exciting listing for those seeking the ideal offshore sailing vessel, easily handled by two.
"A-TRAIN" is Canadian Registered and is currently cruising in New Zealand and Canada bound later this year. Please Note: Purchasers are advised to determine what duties and taxes are applicable to the importation of a foreign vessel into their respective country.
Here is what the experts say: "The Sundeer 56/60 line by TPI and Dashew Offshore is a strongly built, well thought-out passagemaker for those who dream to sail around the world. Her masculinity, rawness, and narrow beam give her a distinctive style. Great support is available as the Dashews continue to try out innovative ideas and have produced a wide array of books, pamphlets, and videos to explain their philosophy and boats that envelope it."
The owners have provided an extensive write up and after reading it, one will have to agree there is no finer Sundeer 60 available in today's market place. Please call for full details.
The Sundeer 60 designed by Steve Dashew and constructed in 1995 at TPI Composites, with the scrimp method, was conceived to be, and remains today, one of the safest cruising yachts afloat period! It has been described by many sources as the very best yacht on which to undertake a circumnavigation. There is extensive documentation on these Iconic yachts, along with lengthy articles by industry professionals extolling the design, construction, safety and legendary performance of the Sundeer series of yachts. The original construction exceeded all ABYC requirements and recommendations. Most have already circumnavigated, some more than once, crewed only by couples. The design was intended to be the safest and most efficient cruiser afloat capable of being sailed and maintained by a cruising couple, sailing long distances with speed and safety as the principle priorities. With our 45,000 miles at sea so far aboard A-TRAIN we can confidently claim that Steve and Linda Dashew, seriously understated the capability of these yachts! And the Dashew’s made some wild sounding claims back then. There are zero thru hull penetrations in the main living area of the boat. The one standpipe thru hull in the forward locker/garage space is isolated by a genuine full height 100% watertight bulkhead. The two aft sections of the boat (the main living area and the machinery space) are also contained by genuine full height 100% watertight bulkheads, creating three separate and completely watertight compartments. Either, and in effect, both ends of the boat can be flooded and the boat can still be sailed to safety. All machinery, fuel and mechanical systems are contained in the watertight engine room, which is equipped with an automated fire suppression system. The engine room is completely separate from the living spaces. The hull has substantial bow crash zone reinforcements and the entire underbody was reinforced during construction, with the optional reinforcement lay up along the entire underbody and surrounding the keel sump and rudder structure. The design combines integral water tanks along the turn of bilge creating a double hull for a large portion of the underbody and a very strong hull overall, which should resist severe groundings without compromising the hull. The rudder, its stock and surrounding structural support is massively designed and is unlikely to suffer damage under most any grounding situation. The Yacht is fitted with a 12-foot long structural welded aluminum pilot house with ½ inch Lexan exterior and was designed to handle roll over or pitch polling while maintaining its integrity and structural attachment to the yacht. Over 100,000 dollars was applied to the design construction and installation of this substantial enhancement. The pilot house is equipped for full time navigating with Radar, Computer/Plotter, AIS, 4 electric winch controls, Jib furler, anchor windlass and Auto Pilot controls all situated and organized for single handing the vessel from the comfort and protection of the pilot house. The added value in safety afforded the crew via comfort and a lack of fatigue while at sea cannot be understated.
Built in 1995 but launched in 1997 after being highly customized by the original owner, we, as third owners have owned her since 2009 and have constantly upgraded and refit her in preparation for and during our cruising adventures. The state of repair, outfitting and condition is exceptional.
Upgrades, Maintenance, Improvements 2015 and 2016
New Windex head fly
New Mast head VHF antenna
New LED masthead Anchor light and Tri Light
New LED deck level stern light
New windlass drive motor, original rebuilt in Opua and vacuum sealed as spare
New salt water anchor chain wash down system
New steering box seals in both steering pods
New Spectra “Big Boat” Boom Sling for traveler to boom connection
New LED lighting and switches in Pilot House
New heavy duty aft enclosure on pilot house, old as spare
Mast, Boom, Vang and Gooseneck fittings all machined true, rebuilt and upgraded by Northland Spars in Opua, NZ
Four New AGM Lifeline Batteries, 255 A/Hour, for 1020 total A/H
New engine 1600 CCA AGM cranking battery
New Honda 2000 portable 120V generator as back up
Primary anchor chain 100 M 3/8 G4 inspected, tested and re-galvanized
New load rated anchor shackles and hardware
New Yanmar exhaust elbow and hose
Yanmar Engine injectors rebuilt by Diesel Svcs, Whangarei, NZ
Turbo charger serviced and cleaned
Replaced brushes in Wind Generator
Forward locker stripped, cleaned and painted. Everything serviced, repaired or replaced with new, including bilge pump and float for that compartment
New anchor roller and chain retainer installed still one spare set onboard
Windlass removed and stripped down, cleaned, new seals and bushings installed
Full service on Pro Heat diesel heating system, new fuel pump, filter, compressor and blower assembly
New non–return valve in Arctic Air A/C circuit
New refrigeration raw water cooling pump
New Harken back-stay adjuster
Rig inspection and required updates completed by Northland Rigging, Opua, NZ
Rebuilt furler bearings and swivels, new seals top and bottom
Replaced/re-tapped all 120 mast fasteners
All fire extinguishers recertified 2015
New Rule 3500 GPH bilge pump in engine room
Haul out, Polish and two coats bottom paint, Whangarei, NZ 2015
Gori propeller removed, thoroughly cleaned and tested for tolerances, new stops installed, re-assembled polished, new zinc and treated with prop speed coating
Rudder stuffing box repacked and adjusted
All running gear cleaned and treated with prop speed, new zincs, etc.
Prop shaft strut stripped down to bronze, polished and inspected; new zincs
Transmission flushed, new fluid
New Mastervolt “all world voltage” Battery charger, original remains in place for dual arrangement
New below counter drinking water filtration system
New Schaefer halyard shackles
New Doyle Stack Pack and related running rigging by Doyle, Whangarei
New auto pilot actuator cable
New Spinnaker Halyard
New smoke and CO detectors
New carburetor Honda Outboard
New Hella house bank battery isolation switches
All interior and pilot house cushions removed, professionally cleaned and sanitized
New U/V cover and batten pockets on Genoa
New Hydranet Mainsail by Caliber Sails in Whangarei April 2016 $30,000
Complete rebuild of Vacu Flush waste system, toilet base, all new Greenline premium waste hoses, holding tank flush, pump rebuilds, gaskets, duckbills, etc.
New alternator charging regulator for the Brute Alternators
Completely New freezer, refrigeration and Arctic Air A/C system custom built by Pacific Sea Breeze. Spare refrigerant, new vacuum pump, filter driers, refrigeration gauge set and all required installation and service tools on board for total independence
Transmission cooler flushed, reamed out, with new zinc and gaskets
New reefer and water maker salt water discharge hose
New exhaust hose transom coupler connection
New oscillating Hella fans in master stateroom
New Exhaust flap
New hot water tank element, tank disassembled, cleaned and reinstalled
New self contained dock water filtration system, consisting of a 5 micron pre-filter, carbon filter then thru a certified U/V light, for all dock water taken aboard. Can just about take on water anywhere in the world without risk of contamination of water tanks.
New ICOM VHF Ram mic for cockpit, old as spare
Upgrades, Maintenance, Improvements 2013 – 2016
A-TRAIN as at March 2016 is in New Zealand after cruising nearly all of the Pacific Islands. Ongoing maintenance and repairs conducted along the way as follows:
Engine and mechanical gear serviced as per scheduled maintenance at all times
Exterior maintenance kept to high standards at all times
Upper berth in aft cabin converted to double 2013
Haul out, hull and topsides polished, all running gear serviced, new zincs 2013
New dinghy seats 2013
Full service Honda Outboard done annually
New propeller Honda outboard, old as spare
New wear plate and impeller, raw water pump Yanmar
Main sail reworked Raiatea FP. 2014
New grey water macerator 2013
New LED arch lighting at stern
Butane to propane adapter hose and fittings to drain Butane into propane tanks (used in most Pacific Nations) so you can use your own tanks
Upgrades, Maintenance, Improvements 2009- 2012
The 2009 Purchase Survey was conducted by Ken Rorison. Mr.Rorison is known as the very strictest and most thorough Marine Surveyor in the Pacific Northwest. – All priority and recommendations for maintenance and upgrading items contained within the Survey have been attended to with many additional upgrades as follows:
All Sails inspected and re stitched as required 2012
Main Sail underwent total update/improvements in San Francisco Oct 2012 and New Zealand 2013
Electric Profurl Furler with manual back up
All new Aqua Signal navigation lights and masthead tri light
Complete on the ground rig service, upgraded, repaired, rewired and reinstall in the yacht by Ocean Rigging 2009
Spare Noresman fittings, turnbuckles, tools and Spectra sufficient to conduct repairs and stay replacements at sea for any standing rig element on board.
Rig is by Forespar to Steve Dashew specifications, which exceed all standard manufactured spars. Boom has “doublers” at vang and traveler and boom to mast attachment is engineered to exceed ABYC. Truly unique and over designed by comparison to most contemporary rigs.
Rebuilt and sealed windlass motor 2012. New sealed and waterproofed motor in box as spare as well as new spare remote switch 2012
110 lb Bruce primary anchor on 300 feet G 4 chain cleaned and inspected 2009
Fortress 85, spare anchor on 200 feet G4 and 300 feet 1 inch rode, New 2012
Fortress 55 stern/kedge anchor, New 2013
New replacement shackles on board for all anchor modules 2012
Gutted entire engine room, cleaned and painted the space (12 x 16 feet x 4 feet high) added new lighting and fire suppression system 2012
Replaced, rebuilt, or renewed every single system, all hoses, clamps, wire, and related equipment. The list of equipment and systems and spares is extensive in the extreme. The condition of systems, maintenance and repair is exceptional. The engine room alone took 3 months of 12-hour days. It is a stated fact that experienced cruising sailors and all level of Marine Industry professionals that have viewed the condition of the mechanical systems and engine space aboard A-TRAIN and the Yacht as a whole are not only hard pressed to identify any fault or criticism they have nothing but complimentary praise and appreciation for the state of repair and preparedness of the Yacht. The majority state they have never seen anything even close!
Entire interior was stripped out, surfaces cleaned, varnished, painted and upgraded with improved storage for the upcoming cruise 2012
Deck equipment removed, upgraded and re bedded 2012
Solid stainless steel tubing lifeline top rails 32” high with three wire intermediate life lines added all around the yacht, New 2012
Every pump replaced 2012. At least one new spare as well as rebuild kits for every single pump on board. 2012
New bronze sea water intake fittings 2012
New Davis radar reflector, total of two are deployed while at sea
New propane tanks 2012, 2 x 20# fiberglass. Solenoid and propane sensor/sniffer removed, serviced and reinstalled 2012. New spare replacement solenoid 2012.
3 separate complete MOB modules 2009 and 2012, 2 with strobes
New Last Word in First Aid Medical Sea Pak, plus several smaller complete first aid kits
All inflatable PFD/Harness’ re armed 2012. 2 spare rearm kits per PFD on board as spares.
New ACR Rapid Ditch Bag loaded with all kinds of survival and self rescue gear
ACR 406 EPIRB. Canadian registered. New battery 2010
Electric winch for dinghy hoist rebuilt. Hand held remote rebuilt. Spare electric dinghy winch and motor on board. 2012
Rebuilt Force 10 Galley stove, misc spare parts on board 2013
ICOM 500 Series VHF Radio c/w remote cockpit RAM mic serviced 2009 by ICOM Canada with Masthead antenna as well as spare antenna (with proper cross over switch) mounted on the very substantial radar arch. In the event of loss of mast VHF service will remain possible
ICOM waterproof handheld VHF 5 watt
Standard waterproof hand held VHF 5 watt
ICOM 802 HF Radio and Pactor III modem and ICOM A/T 140 Tuner. Rebuilt and updated by ICOM Canada 2012
New back stay c/w new Forespar HF insulators - HF antenna 2012
Professionally created and tuned to length, emergency HF antenna and related connections, tested and stored aboard in 2012 for use in the event of loss of mast. HF service will remain possible.
Custom cockpit awning and side shade curtains as well as full covers for the pilothouse, all of Phifertex, 2013
Bauer Jr Dive compressor rebuilt by Irwin Air Langley, BC 2012. Three aluminum dive cylinders and BCD’s updated 2012, Dive and Sea Sports, Surrey, BC
1” UV stable flat spectra webbing jack lines. New spare set on board 2012
All cupboards and cabinets fitted with positive locking devices. Opening floorboards have positive locking devices
New Micro HPS refrigeration and air conditioning system 2012 with 2 spare raw water cooling pumps onboard as well as valves and fittings
Rebuilt both WH Autopilots 2012 and complete rebuild spares kits are on board for both units as well as the hydraulic ram. Yes there are two complete and independent WH auto pilots fitted aboard with the ability to combine them in heavy going should the need arise. To date we have NEVER had the auto pilot exhibit any difficulty maintaining heading and steerage despite being in several gales in all types of sea conditions while other yachts nearby had resorted to hand steering due to the inability of their auto pilot to maintain control. It remains the most coveted piece of gear onboard.
Rebuilt entire Whitlock Mamba steering system, replacing most parts with new, c/w spares for repairs if required 2012
Cleaned and flushed all three welded aluminum fuel tanks and serviced remote shut offs and control valves and renewed fuel lines as required 2012. Fuel capacity 300 gals
Most hoses on the entire boat were replaced with new and sufficient spare hose is onboard to affect most any repair. 2012
Rebuilt entire waste handling system and replaced every hose and fitting. At least one spare for every possible waste system component is on board new 2012
All exterior lazarette hatch gaskets renewed 2012
All 10 Dorade vents are equipped with interior controlled watertight closures to ensure a fully watertight deck in heavy going. All gaskets and mechanisms service or replaced 2012
All new interior fans, plumbing fittings, hatch gaskets, etc…in keeping with the total upgrade/refit of the yacht
Extensive ditty bag with all line splicing materials and tools to conduct line splice and repairs.
Most incandescent lighting replaced with LED with spares for all light fixtures
Extensive electrical spares, tools, fittings, wire and instruments.
Rebuilt 50,000 BTU diesel furnace and hot water radiant heat system 2012. Complete field repair kit and spares to maintain the entire system on board.
Rebuilt Little Wonder 200 water maker and installed new membranes 2012. Complete high pressure pump and pressure vessel rebuild and service kits as well as spare low-pressure boost pump new and on board 2012. New spare set of RO membranes 2014
Forespar “True plugs” and soft wood plugs are located and secured to all three thru hull fittings. There are only three thru hull fitting/seacocks on the vessel, all in the watertight engine room space.
New engineered and manufactured rudder top bushing assembly as an upgrade to original roller bearings. Complete spare unit made at same time. Overkill perhaps but not when you need it. This was $4,000 worth of piece of mind if nothing else. 2013
Two new custom anchor bow rollers. One in service one spare 2013
Two new custom chain retainer rollers. One in service one spare 2013
New salt water anchor wash down pump system 2013
New fresh water wash down system 2013
Smoke detector in main cabin and engine room 2012&2015
Carbon monoxide detector in main cabin 2012&2015
LED lighting added to pilot house 2012, replaced with new 2014
New Splendide combination washer dryer 2012
New Safe installed in fwd stateroom 2013
Re gasketed refreshed and painted main Yanmar engine with 2800 hours 2012. Gasket set, spare impellers, senders, hoses, belts, filters (fuel and oil), along with many other spares and tools to undertake most repairs. 2012 2013 2016
New 960-watt solar array and Midnite Solar controller. 2012 $14,000 spent on engineering and installing the mounting structure in keeping with the “survive a rollover” design and construction philosophy of the rest of the yacht. Yacht can be totally independent from shore power.
Rebuilt Air Marine 400 wind generator 2012 and added silent wind blades. 2013. Old ones on board as spare.
Rebuilt all three alternators, 2 x 210 amp Brute house bank charging units on lay shaft from main engine and 1 x 70 amp dedicated to engine cranking battery charging on main engine. Proper Cross Over switch and related wiring harness to combine house and cranking battery (if required). 2009
New Lifeline AGM batteries 1020 amp hours in 2009 located in the completely dry keel sump, enhancing the ballast package. Mounted in substantial racks, secured and through-bolted, with separate anchoring system for each of the four batteries.
Every single hose clamp on the boat replaced with new in 2011 2012 and ongoing
New PSS shaft seal installed 2009 with old unit on board as spare.
New Vesper Marine Watchmate 850, class B AIS transponder, 2012
Pilot charts, cruising guides, paper and several electronic versions of nautical charts for intended cruising areas, weather routing and navigational tools, equipment and books are on board.
Massive bilge pumping capability with main engine capable of moving thousands of gallons an hour from any of the three totally watertight compartments; three separate electric remote mounted bilge pumps with new floats and hoses etc…One Rule 3000 GPH submersible bilge pump in engine space and a 5.5 hp gasoline powered scow salvage crash pump capable of 8,700 gallons per hour with remote hose to reach any compartment plus, a remote 2” manual Edson.
Compliance with all Coast Guard safety requirements and exceeding most with dual redundant systems and spares
Haul out 2012, Sidney, BC, wax hull and bottom paint. Serviced thru hulls, sea cocks etc… Had Ken Rorison inspect Cutlass Bearing which he stated to be in good condition not requiring replacement; serviced Gori three blade propeller, new zincs throughout etc…Current build-up of ablative paint at four coats of blue with black indicator next to hull for several years of service prior to requiring bottom paint. The gel coat on A-TRAIN was blended with over 200 pounds of copper powder to alleviate the requirement for antifouling paint altogether.
Haul out April 2013 in Guaymas, Mexico. All underwater surfaces cleaned, inspected, serviced all thru hulls, propeller, knot meter, and all zincs renewed. Bottom pressure washed and scrubbed, no paint needed due to build up applied in 2012.
Running rigging either in as new or replaced as needed with new condition throughout with hundreds of feet of spares
Extensive inventory of items such as wood blocking, plywood, fiberglass, stainless repair materials, epoxy of all sorts, sealants, misc fittings, fasteners and bits of useful gear and parts acquired over the years intended to provide independence and the best chance of survival of ourselves and the boat offshore.
Builder, Sundeer Yachts, TPI Composites, Rhode Island USA
Designer, Steve Dashew
Hull #3 of 17
Year Built, 1995
Year Launched into service1997
Canadian Registration #834144
LOA, 60 ft 0 in
Beam, 13 ft 6 in
Draft 6 ft 0 in
LWL, 59 ft 10 in
Displacement, 36,000 lbs
Ballast, 11,500 lbs
Keel and Rudder, matching hydrodynamic Fin Keel and semi balanced Spade Rudder
Engine and Driveline:
Yanmar 4LH-HTE 140 HP Turbo, housed in custom sound enclosure
Engine Hours, 4,300
Hurth ZF Velvet Drive with Scatra & C/V joints for vibration free running
2” stainless shaft conventional cutlass and P bracket with PSS shaft seal
21” Gori, 3 blade feathering prop with overdrive feature
Spare 3 blade fixed prop stored on bulkhead fwd locker
Fuel Capacity is 300 gal in 3 heavy gauge aluminum tanks with deep sumps and individual shut offs. Fuel can be transferred from tank to tank 3 different ways for use as ballast or trim or to isolate contamination or to polish fuel. Dual Racor primary filtration.
Fresh Water System:
Water Capacity is 400 gal in 2 hull side tanks, also used as very effective water ballast.
Little Wonder 200 GPD, 12V water maker
Hot water is heated 3 ways. Capacity is 15 gal in 120V stainless water heater also heated via engine waste heat, and 20 gal. in diesel boiler tank for on demand hot water
Vacuflush fresh water no odor head with black water holding tank
Black Water capacity, 30 gal. Polyethylene holding tank with lockable Y valve, deck pump out and overboard discharge pump
Grey Water capacity, 12 gal, Polyethylene holding tank with macerator discharge pump
Accommodations, Interior Layout:
The Owners stateroom is forward with center-line Queen bed, hanging locker, heaps of storage and a vanity sink with mirror, 4 dorades, Bowmar opening hatch and 2 Hella oscillating fans.
The open concept interior layout is bright and airy giving the impression of being aboard a much larger yacht. Six long hull side port lights and five overhead hatches provide lots of natural light and excellent ventilation which is enhanced by ten large cowl dorade vents. Sole is teak and timber trims are cherry wood. The balance of interior structure is of low maintenance materials with a classy padded overhead treatment. Cushions are Ultra Swede. The main saloon is extremely comfortable, quiet and private.
Alpine stereo with remote
Alpine 6 stacker CD player with remote
Samsung 17 inch flat screen TV c/w DVD player
Plano CD stereo player in pilot house with remote
Rogue Wave WiFi extender mounted on arch
The large U shaped galley configuration on the Sundeer 56&60’s is a focal point of the spacious open concept interior. It boasts acres of Corian counter top work surface with deep fiddles, an enormous pantry with custom shelving and loads of related storage. No more digging behind settee cushions and lifting floorboards to find the stores! The sink and stove are offset so one does not have to stand in front of the stove when working the galley in a seaway. Meal preparation in port or at sea is equally enjoyable.
10 Cu Ft Freezer with top access
11 Cu Ft Refrigerator with top and side access
Custom Built HPS refrigeration
Massive Pantry with extensive custom spice racks
Force 10 three burner propane stove with oven and broiler
Propane remote solenoid shut off
Xintex propane gas sniffer
Deep double stainless galley sinks on center line
Hot and Cold pressure water
Drinking water filtration system mounted below galley sink
Hand pump emergency fresh water spigot
Deep fiddles and rails
Two large flip-up style ‘cupboards’ for easy access to dishes and related storage.
The well-designed Nav Station is to starboard of the galley amidships and contains all the standard instruments and related navigation and communications gear expected on a proper passage making yacht. Sailing Instruments, GPS, Radar, Auto Pilot, HF and VHF Radios, A/C and D/C distribution, monitoring and control panels are all nicely laid out.
The Aft Cabin on Port, aft of the Galley has a double upper berth and single lower berth. Both berths are equipped with lee cloths as this is the main Sea Cabin when underway. There are lockers, hanging locker and under berth storage along and two opening ports, (one of which allows for communication with on-watch crew in the Pilot house), good lighting, separate zone furnace thermostat and a Hella Turbo fan.
Low and in the Port hip of the boat, this is a superior sea cabin that is equally comfortable for guests at sea or at anchor.
Virtually all watch standing and navigation (and in fact most lounging, meals and entertaining) are done in the luxury of the fully enclosed 12 foot long structural Pilot House. Seated at the dedicated watch position one can operate all 4 power winches, autopilot, nav computer, radar, sailing instruments, AIS and Electric Jib Furler without having to go below or outside. The pilot house has plush upholstery, great visibility, a stereo with remote and is quickly configurable from coastal sailing and anchored or dockside modes to offshore mode. Anchored, dockside and coastal set up is with fore and aft seating at folding teak tables on port and starboard. The entire aft portion can be configured fully or partially open for expansive comfort and space when entertaining or anchored. There are three opening hatches and a turbo fan for ventilation. The port side table/seating converts into an excellent sea berth or relaxing settee. This is a warm, dry, safe and very civilized living area. It is the envy of every yachtie who comes aboard A-TRAIN.
The full width cockpit is nearly all the way aft and surrounded by high, substantial solid stainless lifelines. It is laid out so that one person can handle the yacht in almost any conditions with little effort. Visibility is excellent. There are six winches in the cockpit, four are electric, dual custom steering wheels and all running rigging is led to the cockpit. Well-designed sail handling systems, line storage, and equipment layout confirms this is a serious offshore cruiser.
110 lb Bruce Primary Anchor, 300 feet G4 chain, re-galvanized 2015
Fortress #85 Secondary /Storm Anchor, 200 feet G4, new unused, backed by 300 ft 1” three strand Nylon
Fortress #55, Stern/ Kedge Anchor. 200 ft, 3/8 three strand
10 lbs Danforth Dinghy Anchor, 10 feet ¼” chain 75 ft 3/8 yacht braid
Maxwell 3500 vertical windlass with remote
Automatic salt water chain wash down on bow pulpit
Hand held salt water blaster hose for heavy muck at bow
50 ft fresh water wash-down hose plumbed from engine room
Heavy Duty bow roller chain retainer and anchor sprit assembly
Maxwell chain pawl
Cleats on anchor sprit for snubber lines
Spare new windlass motor and new remote
6 large fenders and mooring lines
10 Large Cowl Dorade boxes with interior operated “throttles” and watertight closures
1 - 24 x24 Bowmar hatch in owner stateroom
2 - 30x30 Bowmar hatches in main saloon
2 - 12x12 Bowmar hatches overheard galley and nav station
2 - 10x10 and 1-16x16 opening hatches in pilot house
Opening ports in aft cabin and head
8 Hella Turbo Cabin fans
Arctic Air air conditioning; air flow can be directed to main and/or owner cabin
Sailing and Deck Equipment:
Forespar double swept spreader; white aluminum mast and boom
Forespar mechanical boom vang
1 x 19 wire standing rigging with Noresman fittings at deck level
Profurl electric genoa furler
Removable stay sail stay and tensioner
Forespar 20-foot Carbon Fiber telescopic whisker pole stored on mast with all related track and tackle
Running back stays with retrievers all operated from the security of the cockpit
12-foot long stand up forepeak locker/garage, with chain bin, sail bins and heaps of storage with watertight bulkhead separation from interior of yacht. Access via Bowmar deck hatch.
6 aluminum deck cleats and chocks
Life rails are 32 inches high. Entire top run is stainless tubing backed by three intermediate wire lifelines
Forward and aft boarding gates on port and starboard
Deck dams protecting main hatches
Lewmar main sheet traveler
All running rigging led aft to pilot house and cockpit; safe and simple to single hand
2 Lewmar ST30 mast winches
4 Lewmar ST56 electric cockpit winches with toe switches and remote control in pilot house
2 Lewmar ST30 cockpit winches
13 Lewmar rope clutches
Dual steering wheels based on massive Whitlock shaft drive system
Luxurious12 foot long fully enclosed structural pilot house that is safe, warm and dry with 1/2 inch Lexan windows and convertible aft enclosure with plush interior cushions and remote control for winches, furler and auto pilot
Full Phifertex sun covers for pilot house and cockpit
Sunbrella covered exterior cockpit cushions
Substantial Stainless Custom radar arch with remote electric dinghy hoist winch, radar, wind generator, antennas, etc.
Swim/Boarding platform at stern with folding stainless boarding ladder
Hot and cold fresh water shower for swim platform and cockpit use
All running rigging of Spectra and oversized for the task
New Doyle Stack Pack
New (2016) Caliber Sails, Hydranet Mainsail 7 full battens
Doyle offshore performance jib with 4 vertical battens
Sobstad offshore genoa with 4 vertical battens
Sobstad Staysail/Storm Jib
Doyle Code Zero on Facnor continuous furler
North Cruising Spinnaker in North Snuffer
Sailing Instrumentation and Communications:
Furuno 36 mile radar at nav station
Additional Radar screen at pilot house on swing out mounting bracket
Vesper AIS transceiver with integral GPS
Furuno Navigator GPS
Handheld Magellan 2000 Navigator GPS
KVH sailing instruments at nav station and pilot house
Two WH Auto Pilot systems with power steering capability via remote in pilot house and 40 feet of cable to enable hand steering from deck
WH “Magic Box” Remote: controls furler, winches, auto pilot and power steering feature
Masthead VHF antenna and wind instrument
Separate Emergency VHF antenna on arch
Backstay HF Antenna with Forespar insulators
ICOM 502 DSC VHF at Nav Station
ICOM Remote Ram Mike VHF in cockpit
ICOM 802 HF Radio at Nav Station
Pactor III Modem
ICOM A/T 140 HF Tuner and substantial copper counter poise
ICOM handheld portable VHF radio
Standard Horizon handheld portable VHF radio
Rouge Wave Wifi amplifier/extender
Engine Room and Additional Mechanical Equipment:
The engine room on A-TRAIN is nothing short of outstanding. The entire space was very well conceived and professionally customized at great expense by the original owner to provide complete access to all corners via three separate access points. This is a huge improvement over the original design and access arrangement. Literally four people can work on different systems at the same time and all have room to spare. Every system exhibits a professional level of installation, access, maintenance and repair. There is an automatic engine room fire suppression system. The engine and mechanical space is separated from the yacht interior by a full height watertight bulkhead and is equipped with florescent lighting.
Bauer Jr Dive compressor - engine driven
3 complete sets of dive gear, cylinders hydro tested 2012
5.5 HP gasoline powered portable salvage pump
Engine powered emergency pumping arrangement with a dedicated zone for each watertight compartment
Robust emergency tiller rigged for multiple purchase tackles, stored at hand in engine room
50,000 BTU Pro Heat diesel furnace housed in soundproof enclosure. The boiler provides hot water radiant and forced air heat throughout the yacht plus heats domestic water on demand
Splendide front load washer/dryer
Little wonder 200 gal/day water maker
Polaris Yacht Tender, 11 ft custom built Hypalon Aluminum RIB
Remote control electric dinghy winch built into arch
Honda 20 HP 4 stroke outboard with sport fin and alternator
2 Dinghy day tanks, 4 spare gasoline fuel jugs
120-Volt A/C Shore Power System
2 Marinco 30 Amp shore power cords
Marinco 50 Amp shore power adaptor
Proper D/C distribution panel, shore power breakers, polarity protection
Heart 120V-150 amp 3 stage battery charger
Heart 3500 watt inverter
Mastervolt All Word Voltage 40 amp 3 stage battery charger
All A/C wall outlets aboard are ground fault variety
Honda 2000 watt portable emergency generator
12-Volt D/C System
House Bank 1020 A/H - 4 x 255 A/H AGM by Lifeline
Two remote mounted, engine driven Brute 210 amp Alternators
960 Watt Solar Array mounted above cockpit capable of 90+ amps output
Midnite Solar MPPT Solar controller
Air Marine 400 Watt Silent Wind generator and controller
Heart Interface battery monitor and remote charging controller
Engine Cranking Battery 1x 1800 CCA AGM
One 75 amp engine mounted alternator for cranking battery
12V outlets in main cabin and pilot house
Fluorescent and LED interior lighting
Extensive D/C distribution panel
Entire boat is bonded and grounded
Copper in lay-up for HF counter poise
Masthead lightning diffuser to keel and 2 HF Dynaplates
Safety Equipment and Features:
Standard flares to meet Coast Guard requirements
Rapid Ditch floating ditch bag
Last Word Offshore First Aid Kit
Two life-rings c/w strobes
One Forespar MOB pole module
Solid Life Lines surrounding entire deck
Six vest style approved PFD
Three inflatable PFD C/W integral safety harnesses and personal strobes
Three Safety Lanyards
Emergency HF antenna
Two Separate VHF Antennas
Stern boarding platform with proper grab handles
Winslow OSL 6 person Life Raft
Fore and Aft Water Tight Bulk Heads
Zero Thru Hulls in Main Living Areas
Hand held 12 V spotlight
Flag halyards port and stb
Manuals for most onboard equipment
Standard and required specialty tools
Extensive spares inventory
1955 Swartz Bay Road
Sidney, BC V8L 3X9