2nd owner from new Trader Sunliner 535 from 2000. Equipped with twin Caterpillar 420hp diesel engines. Super spacious and very comfortable 6 berths in 3 cabins. 2x heads with electric wc's, ensuite has bath. Bow & stern thrusters. Heating/ air conditioning system. 12kw generator. Radar, GPS chartplotters, autopilot. Electric windlass. Hydraulic passerelle. Galley with 4 ring oven, washer dryer, dishwasher, microwave, 2x fridges. Viewings highly encouraged. Please contact Ancasta Brighton 01273-673232
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Altre Caratteristiche, Attrezzatura ed Informazioni:
Nome della barca
Tipo di carena: Altro
L.F.T. Lunghezza fuori tutto: 53 ft 0 in
Larghezza: 14 ft 12 in
Pescaggio massimo: 4 ft 11 in
Tipo motore: Entrobordo-EB
Tipo propulsione: Linea d'asse
Tipo motore: Entrobordo-EB
Velocità di crociera: 12 Nodi
Numero cabine: 3
General Equipment: Teak decks on flybridge. 10 fenders. 10 Warps. Bimini Flybridge cover. Power Winch. Raymarine flybridge repeaters. Aft deck box with cushion (GRP). Hubbell 50 amp water resistant plug for shore power. Trim tabs. Stainless steel electric crane. Aft deck enclosure in canvas. Rope cutters. Delta anchor & 70m Chain. Exterior Speakers to aft deck area and flybridge position. Interior speakers. Windlass cover. GRP aft deck canopy. Hydraulic Passerelle. Bathing ladder. Shower on Platform. Aft deck table and seating - L shape. Loadstar "ULTRALITE" dinghy and Marine 3.3 outboard
Safety Equipment: 8 Man liferaft + 4 Man Isaf Fire Extinguishers + Engine room. Life Jackets: 4 + Auto. Bilge Pump x 3 1 x GME 406 Epirb Float Free 1 x McMurdo Epirb 406
TRADER 535 SIGNATURE built in 2000 Semi displacement motor cruiser designed and built by Kha Shing Enterprises Co. Ltd., Taiwan
CONSTRUCTION: White GRP hull and superstructure Blue hull band Teak laid side decks, aft deck, fore-deck, bathing platform and flybridge. LOA 16.61m (54' 6") LWL 14.50m (47' 6") BEAM 4.57m (15') DRAFT 1.50m (5' 1") DISPLACEMENT 23900kg
Part 1 British Registered 3 owners from new.
Hull Construction: Built by Trader in 2000. The hull is constructed of hand-laid GRP using woven rovings and chopped strand mat with integral stiffening. Four full width plywood bulkheads are bonded to the hull and deck, complete with bonded longitudinals stringers with hardwood inserts which form the engine bearers to complete the hull stiffening. The hull is completed with a white gelcoat complemented by dark blue waterline and dark blue & red boot-top lines in a traditional Trader finish. The bathing platform is integral to the hull and is teak laid. Stainless steel inward opening hull ports throughout the length of the hull. Two large stainless steel inward opening ports in transom (allowing escape from master cabin).
Deck, Superstructure & Flybridge Construction: The deck, superstructure & flybridge are constructed of hand-laid GRP in the same manner as the hull. The deck & superstructure and flybridge structures are separate mouldings from the hull structure. The aft deck is fully protected by a GRP-moulded deckhead running aft of the flybridge structure. The superstructure is bolted and bonded to the hull along the bulwark line. The sidedecks feature a GRP raised bulwark. The deck areas are sheathed in prime quality teak with black caulking compound between planks. The flybridge and the bathing platform are also teak laid. The forward coachroof is GRP with a moulded non-slip finish. External windows are safety glass, frameless and bonded to the superstructure moulding in aluminium frames. There is a watertight sliding door to the wheelhouse on the starboard side. Access to the saloon is via a sliding aluminium framed patio-style door from the aft deck.
Accommodation The interior joinery is principally of high quality handcrafted teak with raised mouldings. All doors and frames are solid teak. The joinery is finished in gloss varnish to create a light and airy interior with excellent ambience under both natural and artificial lighting. All door handles and drawers are brass finished. The heads compartments are white laminate trimmed with teak to enable easy cleaning. Shower doors are solid teak with textured glass panels. The heads sink-surrounds and galley work surfaces are beige patterned marble. All other surfaces are teak. The curtains throughout the yacht are finished in cream alcantara. Neutral oatmeal coloured carpeting features in all cabins bar the heads and galley. All floors are finished with teak and holly, even if carpeted. The headlinings throughout the yacht are white padded vinyl. Headroom is 6'4"+ in all cabins.
Description of Internal Layout from Forward:-
Guest Cabin: The forward guest cabin at the bow is accessed via a door from the central corridor and provides excellent accommodation for your guests. It comprises a large king size double centreline berth with comfortable seating on either side. The finish is superb and there is plenty of storage space, air conditioning controls and an ensuite bathroom add to the high level of comfort.
Features include- Brass reading lights Overhead spotlights 240v mains points on either side of berth Storage drawers under berth Top opening storage lockers lie in the main shelving area around the berth (2 on either side and one at head of bed Portlights on either side of berth with cream alcantara curtains 1x deadhead hatch over berth (provides excellent light and can also double as an escape hatch, this also provides excellent ventilation if not using the air conditioning system. Large hanging locker to starboard (with automatic light) and two small storage drawers are located underneath. Further hanging locker (with automatic light) on the port side Cream finished seating on either side of berth with storage underneath The carpet is unfixed and lies above a smart teak and holly floor which runs throughout the yacht. Marine air conditioning controls and outlet duct Full length changing mirror Access can also be gained to the anchor-chain locker forward of the berth. Access to bowthruster system under berth.
Forward Heads: The ensuite forward heads lies aft and to starboard of the VIP guest cabin, there is also access as a day heads or for those in the 5th and 6th berth from the central lower corridor. The bathroom is well finished (in white laminate), spacious with a host of amenities and makes living aboard extremely comfortable.
Features include- Marble surface around porcelain sink Hot/cold mixer tap Stainless steel towel rail Teak and holly flooring 1x portlight and cream curtain 2x overhead spotlights 1x mirrored cupboard with two built in shelves 1x towel hook 1x cupboard over sink Toilet roll holder Under sink storage cupboard (with clearly labelled bilge and discharge pumps) Separate shower area (aft) Patterned shower door Teak floor grating and shower drain 1x portlight and curtain Marble beige shower seat Home Life hot/ cold shower controls
Twin Guest Cabin: The twin guest cabin lies aft and to port of the forward cabin and consists of two large single berths which lie athwartships either side of a smart dressing table area. With such large berths and a good separation between them, the comfort of this cabin for two people is optimised.
Features include- Central dressing table area with 3 central drawers and a hanging locker (with automatic light) behind a mid length mirror. Brass reading lights Drawers under the forward of the two berths and air conditioning controls and outlet Drawers under aft berth Both berths have 2x double opening storage cupboards above which are finished in a smart teak 2x portlights Overhead skylight (built into navigators table) to provide good lighting, this can also be shut out with a solid wood blind. Overhead spotlights
Lower Helm Station: The lower helm station lies forward of the main saloon area and is accessed from the central lower corridor via 4 steps. To the starboard side of companionway is the main helm station with full engine & throttle controls, engine gauges and navigation instruments. The helm seat is designed to seat two people and is finished with the same material as the rest of the saloon upholstery, a footrest also adds to the comfort when at the helm for extended periods. A sliding side access door is located to starboard of the helm area and a teak and holly step (with storage underneath) leads the way out and out onto the side deck.
Saloon: The saloon is very much the focal point of the yacht and it provides a generous amount of space in which to relax in comfort.
Behind the helm and navigation area on the starboard side lies a large teak storage cupboard. Moving further aft in the cupboard behind is a fridge freezer, a further drawer is located above. A further top-storage cupboard is located aft by the stairwell. All the cupboards combine to create smart shelving areas above and it extends along much of the starboard side of the saloon. A smartly finished curved stairwell with solid teak banisters leads up and out of the saloon onto the aft deck by means of four steps.
Features include- Overhead spotlights 2 x full length grab rails fitted into smart cream headlining Cream carpetry over teak and holly 2 x matching footstools
Engine room: Located beneath the saloon and accessed from forward lower corridor and galley via removable panels and hinged steps or via saloon sole through removable floor-panels. Ventilation via 24v fans. The engine room benefits from extensive insulation to protect guests from heat & noise. Between the engines is an aluminium chequer plate walkway with batteries mounted below. Water heater and battery chargers are located at the forward end.
Galley: Four steps down from the saloon moving aft lies the galley area, it consists of a curved worktop/ sink and hob area opposite a further utility area and worktop. The galley is airy and open and fitted with a plethora of modern appliances which are entirely suited to the task. Functional and practical yet very neatly finished there is no necessity to go and eat elsewhere when you have such fine facilities on-board.
General equipment- (Starboard from forward) 3x double opening cupboards (all with mid shelf) for crockery/ pots /pans and glasses. Marble green worktop Twin stainless steel sinks with stainless mixer tap and spray hose Under sink double access storage cupboard 1x large dual opening storage cupboard aft with internal shelf Wema water fill indicator Light switches Mains points Long central head-high shelf Portlights with curtains Overhead spotlights Fire blanket Fire extingusiher
Domestic appliances- Microwave oven 4 burner hob with extractor fan and spotlight above Fan oven with cooking utilities drawer underneath
Opposite Galley Integrated bin cupboard pulls out above steps Sliding storage drawer adjacent to stairs Marble beige work surface 2x mains points with table lamp 2x spotlights over surface 2x dual opening cupboards with shelves
Domestic appliances- Large coolmatic fridge/ freezer in cupboard
Master Suite: The aft cabin very much deserves its status as the premier cabin in the yacht with a vast amount of space around either side of a king size centreline double berth. There is a superb amount of storage space and a very convenient desk/ dressing table carved into the joinery on the starboard side of the room which lies adjacent to a private ensuite bathroom. Moving aft from starboard there is a large hanging locker. The dressing table is fitted with three storage drawers and two mains points, the top of the table can be flipped open to reveal a hidden mirror, there is also a large storage cupboard with a drawer. Between the desk and the berth lies a comfortable seat finished with a smart cream seat besides a bedside table. Underneath is three storage drawers and above at head height is a double opening storage locker. Above the berth lies two reading lights, there is also a bookshelf and large storage shelf. To port there are three storage drawers under a side-table cupboard. There is also an extra large hanging locker (with automatic light), and two storage drawers are located underneath. A large side shelf contains two storage drawers and 4x mains points. Portlights are located on either side of the berth above a thin shelf, two large opening window hatches in the transom provide excellent light and a view out over the water. 9x overhead spotlights are fitted around the room.
En-Suite Master Heads: A private ensuite bathroom is accessed on the forward port side of the master cabin. This is both spacious and well finished to complement the sheer level of comfort offered in the master cabin. It is finished with teak and holly flooring
Features include- Oval sink with Home life mixer tap and marble surface Large mirror behind the sink 2x towel rails 1x portlight (with shelf beneath) 2x overhead spotlights Under sink storage cupboard Stainless steel toilet roll holder Large raised storage cupboard with 3x shelves
Separate shower compartment Patterned door with teak lattice 1x spotlight 1x portlight and separate blinds Home/ life mixer tap and shower fitting Mini bath Marble shelf White laminate finish 1x towel rail
Flybridge: The flybridge is accessed by steps leading up from the aft cockpit and it provides a superb position from which to helm the yacht. There is plentiful seating and storage facilities and the aft of the flybridge provides an excellent position to store the tender and outboard which are lifted by an integral stainless steel crane. The flybridge flooring is teak laid whilst the aft cockpit roof is completed in non-slip GRP. The double helm seat (with storage underneath) is finished in white with blue piping, to port is a C-shaped seating area for 6 persons and behind the helm is a further raised seat for two people. Two large storage lockers are integrated into the C shaped seating and a further access locker to the main canopy storage area forward of the flybridge. A cool box and sink drain are located on the port side behind the seating area. Deck lighting is located on the flybridge at floor level as well as drains for rain or spray. Between the main seating area and the tender storage point there is a large sunbed area with two mattresse
Mechanical Systems: 2 x Caterpillar 3126TA 420hp engines, shaft drive. Freshwater engine cooling via raw water inlet and heat exchangers. Stainless steel shafts driving 3-bladed bronze propellers via bronze A-brackets Rope-cutters Hydraulic steering with variable ratio helm units at lower & upper helms Twin stainless steel rudders Emergency steering gear Engines can be started from lower & upper helms Mechanical reduction gearboxes driving shafts via flexible couplings Hydraulic Bow Thruster Electric Stern Thruster
Electrical Systems: 6 x 220ah Domestic batteries. 2 x Engine batteries. 2 x Stern Thruster Batteries and 1 x Generator Battery. 120a charger + 2.5 kw Inverter. 60ah engine battery charger.
Water Systems: 909 litres (200 gallons) in 1 x GRP water tank located beneath aft double berth Water pressurised by accumulator tank Water gauge in galley with sight gauge on tank Stainless steel filler on transom Holding tank & Pump out.