South Boats 12M Catamaran (2012) for sale in Isle of Wight, United Kingdom

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Summary

Immaculately crafted and designed for fast and efficient cruising, this 12M South Boats Catamaran for sale is a triumph of naval engineering. Located in Isle of Wight, United Kingdom, this 2012 model exhibits outstanding sea-keeping capabilities due to its proven design lineage which boasts a breadth of specialised models. With a twin shaft and propeller layout, the vessel assures excellent visibility and a large, clear after-deck layout. The advanced chine hull design, developed and refined over a period of ten years, offers remarkable roll damping and internal volume. The hull also combines an efficient spray rail system to keep the deck dry, stability in following seas, and economical operation at cruising speed. An attentively controlled weight and robust construction are prime aspects of this seaworthy craft, ensuring robust performance for offshore supply and crew delivery roles. The vessel's GRP structure conforms to the rigorous specifications of Lloyds Register o' Shipping (LRS) Special Service Craft (SSC) Rules, signalling superior craftsmanship and reliability. With a fully stiffened GRP hull, multiple structural bulkheads, and marine-grade materials used for the deck, wheelhouse, and flybridge, reliable and long-lasting service is assured. The highly functional and comfortable interior fit-out includes a fully equipped galley, seating areas, and a helm with engine controls and efficient suspension seats. With comforting and homelike accommodation quarters complemented by modern conveniences, this South Boats Catamaran promises an exceptional maritime experience.

General information
Make/model
South Boats 12M Catamaran
Category
Used power boat for sale
Price
POA
Price comment
POA
Tax / VAT status
Paid / Included
Name of boat
Commander
Year
2012
Length overall
12.25 metres
Length waterline
11.00 metres
Length on deck
11.95 metres
Beam
5.10 metres
Draft
1.20 metres
Displacement
13,209 kg
Hull
GRP
Location
Isle of Wight, United Kingdom

About this South Boats 12M Catamaran

English

This 12m GRP vessel is designed and built by South Boats Special Projects Ltd., to provide fast and efficient running at cruising speeds and loitering, combined with excellent sea-keeping. The design of the vessel is based on proven South Boats Special Projects Ltd. designs at 1Om, 11m, 12m, 13m, 13.5m, 14m, 15m, 16m, 17m, 18.5m, 19m, 24m, 28m and 30m.

The vessel has a twin engine, twin shaft and propeller layout with excellent all round visibility, a raised wheelhouse, and a large clear after deck layout.

The hull design is the same advanced chine hull, developed in conjunction with operators over 10 years of construction. This extensive development program has resulted in a hull design witn very good internal volume and roll damping. Over 120 craft, ranging from 10 - 24 metres, have been built to this design in various different configurations.

The South Boats hull combines a number of advantages; finer initial entry in the forward sections rapidly becoming bluff and buoyant to give high reserves of buoyancy to maximise rough weather sea keeping as well as loitering and minimise pitching movement, efficient spray rails to keep the deck dry and to damp motions in heavy seas, a more sea-kindly shape in the forward slamming area, with a chine shape at the aft end to give stability in following seas. The shape also exhibits economical operation at cruising speed.

The double chine hull has excellent manoeuvrability, as has been proven by the vessels in service, both at slow speed for harbour operation and at service speeds for passage making. This is due to the shape of the hull, together with careful balancing of the lateral plane area.

Careful attention is constantly paid to weight control and detailed design, to produce a robust and sea kindly craft fit for the demanding role of offshore ship supply and crew transfer. In view of the operation requirements, weight refinement is not taken to the minimum limits allowed by classification rules, but is carefully considered to combine robust construction with efficient operation. The design and construction of the vessel is such that maintenance is reduced, reliability increased and in a world of deadlines every effort is made to ensure minimal vessel down time. Both construction and out fit materials are specifically chosen from key suppliers to ensure that quality and reliability is not compromised.

The GRP structure is designed and generally built to the requirements of the Lloyds Register o" Shipping (LRS) Special Service Craft (SSC) Rules.

She is MCA Coded for 12

CONSTRUCTION & FITOUT

HULL CONSTRUCTION

The vessel is built using the latest refined mould. The GRP hulls are fully stiffened with substantial ribs placed throughout the length of the vessel to provide a strong and robust structure. Engine bearers form part of the hull. The construction lay-up used is in accordance with Lloyds Register of Shipping (LRS) rules under their Special Service Craft (SSC) Rules. Chopped Strand Matt (CSM) is applied by hand application incorporating a number of combination matts incorporating woven rovings to which are bonded foam cored GRP overlaid ribs at 650mm centres throughout the length of the vessel. Foam cored GRP overlaid longitudinals are also incorporated. Hull thickness differs in different areas but a maximum of 32oz can be expected. Completed hull mouldings de-burred and gelwashed internally.Completed hull mouldings abraded prior to paint application.

Special attention paid to the forward area's with addition framing, structure and laminates above and below deck in way of the stem posts, deck and bulwark areas

BULKHEADS:

The vessel is fitted with 3 main structural watertight bulkheads per hull. The main structural bulkheads are plywood and fully bonded to the structure with exception of the forward engine room bulkheads, which are t either sheet GRP or sealed plywood to allow for tank removal hatch. The bulkheads are set off the hull on a LRS compliant resin filler and receiving strips put in way of the bulkheads, where there is no frame or floor.

Minor bulkheads are fitted as necessary and are of plywood construction.

DECK CONSTRUCTION

T1e deck is constructed of 15mm Lloyds Marine gaboon plywood overlaid with 2 x 450gsm combination marts on the working deck and sealed on the underside to prevent moisture ingress.

Slandard engine room hatches and plants are manufactured of GRP with PLYWOOD core, hinged and sealed with Bailey lock down catches. All access hatches are Freeman oval aluminium hatches except for the accommodation escape hatches, which are 600mmx600mm clear Lewmar type complete with integral roller fly screens.

The engine hatches are fitted with gas struts and the engine room hatches and personnel hatches are to give good access to the sea inlets and all service points.

The transom is open between the centreline of each hull.

WHEELHOUSE CONSTRUCTION:

The wheelhouse is built as a separate structure fitted and bonded to the main deck. The structure is constructed of GRP with foam core incorporated within the roof panels. The wheelhouse is approx. 3.3m wide and 5.4m long.

FLYBRIDGE

FA flybridge moulding is moulded and is fitted to an aluminium frame to create the required eye-line height (4600mm from the WL). The flying bridge has a lightweight sole with steps up from the saloon roof. GRP fascia panels or a moulding are fitted to the aluminium framework to create the cosmetic appearance in the GA. The lightest solution whilst retaining structural rigidity.

INTERIOR FITOUT

Wheelhouse:

An offset Seaglaze series 21 part glazed access door with suitable retainers thinged open flat to the rear bulkhead. To stbd is the galley area with fridge (24V/240V), 240V microwave, ZIP Hydrotap DOMHB1 1.8L 240V hot water tap/boiler, stainless steel sink with pressurised hot and cold water supplies (single tap with hot/cold diverter) and stowage areas comprising lockers.

To port is an 'L' shaped GRP settee unit complete with base and backrest cushions with stowage areas below.

Forward to port is a chart/work station complete small angles console. A Pilot Nautic Star suspension seat finished with blue leather upholstery and fitted with arm rests, retractable lap belt and head rest is fitted to a single GRP seat plinth complete with locker under and a stainless steel foot rest.

To stbd is a further chart/work station complete small angles console. A Pilot Nautic Star suspension seat finished with blue leather upholstery and fitted with arm rests, retractable lap belt and head rest is fitted to a single GRP seat plinth complete with locker under and a stainless steel foot rest.

Windows 3&4 port and stbd are fitted with Solasolve blinds to eliminate UV and reflections on the survey station screens.

The helm position is constructed across the front of the wheelhouse. The helm 'pod' is moulded of GRP and is fitted with the helm seat to port complete with controls and a crew seat to stbd.

The helm position has the engine controls to the stbd side of helmsman and the steering wheel ahead of the helmsman. The helm and crew seats are Pilot Nautic Star finished with blue vinyl upholstery and fitted with arm rests, retractable lap belt and head rest. The lockers beneath the helm seats are lockable for storage.

ACCOMODATION

The accommodation is accessed from the forward corners of the wheelhouse the spaces are outfitted using lightweight materials and is 'homely' and not 'workboat' standard. No doors are to be fitted between wheelhouse and accommodation areas but a privacy curtain is fitted using matching fabrics.

Port: A stair case gives access from the wheelhouse to a lobby sole. The stairs and sole are covered in grey flooring to match the wheelhouse. Bulkhead partitions are fitted forward and aft. The partitions are finished with grey panelling and blue carpet with a clip on and zipped access door forward and aft. Forward is a large single cabin with a single bunk fitted atop of the raft, complete with lee-board and provision for lee-cloth. The mattress is sprung material type and not vinyl covered foam. The compartment has a hanging locker and drawer unit. An escape hatch is fitted overhead complete with blinds. The compartment is panelled over the frames and finished with grey panelling below a shelf line and blue carpet above the shelf line. Aft is a heads compartment complete with electric flush sea toilet and pedestal sink with pressurised hot and cold water supplies. The heads compartment is configured as a wet room with a shower head. The compartment has access hatches to allow service of all inlets, valves and outlets for future servicing. A hanging rail runs across the overhead for hanging wet suits etc. Toilet roll holder and mirror is fitted.

Stbd: A stair case gives access from the wheelhouse to a lobby sole. The stairs and sole are covered in grey flooring to match the wheelhouse. Bulkhead partitions are fitted forward and aft. The partitions are finished with grey panelling and blue carpet with a clip on and zipped access door forward and aft. Forward is a large single cabin with a single bunk fitted atop of the raft, complete with lee-board and provision for lee-cloth. The mattress is sprung material type and not vinyl covered foam. The compartment has a hanging locker and drawer unit. An escape hatch is fitted overhead complete with blinds. The compartment is panelled over the frames and finished with grey panelling below a shelf line and blue carpet above the shelf line.

Aft is a heads compartment complete with electric flush sea toilet and pedestal sink with pressurised hot and cold water supplies. The heads compartment is configured as a wet room with a shower head. The compartment has access hatches to allow service of all inlets, valves and outlets for future servicing. A hanging rail runs across the overhead for hanging wet suits etc. Toilet roll holder and mirror are fitted.

COCK PIT

The deck floor has two main engine GRP hatches for access to the engine spaces. Freeman aluminium hatches are fitted for access to the engines spaces and fuel tank spaces. The surface is self-draining through the open transom and drains in each engine room hatch forward and aft. Side doors to port and to stbd are fitted complete with hinges and lock bolts, ideally to clear the engine hatches. The aft deck is fitted with a roller system on the aft end to allow soft bottomed RIB to be hauled. A drop in roller and cradle system is fitted that can be dropped and secured into aft deck sockets. The RIB is to remain inflated on the aft deck. A pedestal mounted 0.5t hydraulic capstan is fitted immediately aft of the wheelhouse as close the centreline as possible. A handrail system is fitted around the capstan to provide safe transit around the deck. Outboard of the capstan is a manufactured locker from deck to underside of window, with a hinged door to allow for outboard stowage and rope stowage.

FLYBRIDGE

The flybridge sole is accessed from the saloon roof, which is accessed from the aft deck via a fixed ladder with GRP treads. The flybridge is fitted with a tinted Perspex screen. Ahead is an open shelf area/console. The flying bridge is fitted with 2 x Ullman Patrol Shock Mitigation Jockey Seats to the console position and a bench seat with vinyl upholstered cushion and back rest aft.

ACCOMODATION FINISH

Wheelhouse & Saloon Lower Linings - Alu-Panel light grey

Wheelhouse & Saloon Upper Linings - Synthetic light blue

Headlining Panels - Vynle Gladiator light grey

Wheelhouse & Saloon Sole Rubber - Moonlight grey

Heads Compartments (Below) - White gel

Pilot Seating - Blue leather

Settee Seating Cushions - Bleu fabric

Galley Unit - Light grey GRP

Wheelhouse Lower Console - Black GRP

Wheelhouse Upper Console - Black GRP

Console Display Fascia's - Black GRP

Accommodation Lobby Flooring - Moonlight gray rubber

Accommodation Spaces - Navy blue carpet

The emphasis is on providing an effective, durable finish for the vessel role.

RAILS

32mm S/Steel 316_bulwark rails to 1m height from cockpit deck

32mm S/Steel ‘drop in' rails secured with sockets/pins to transom 32mm black painted alloy pilot rails to forward deck

Hadrian's Rail system to forward pilot rail

32mm S/Steel 316 grab rails to aft wheelhouse wings

50mm S/steel 316 vertical pillars to the wheelhouse c/w coat hooks 32mm S/Steel 316 rail around Galley unit

PROPULSION INSTALATION & ELECTRICAL

PROPULSION

2 X FPT Iveco 420 MHP 300rpm max

Twin disc MGX5114 RV 1.92:

SPEED:

Sprint: 25 knots

Cruise: 20Knots

Range: 250 NM

GENERATOR DATA:

ONAN Marine Generators MDKBH

4kW 50Hz @ 2400RPM

Digital EQD

ENGINE INSTALLATION AND ENGINE BEDS:

Clements Engineering supplied all stern gear including 2" Aqualoy shafts, GRP stern tube assemblies incorporating a cutless bearing and a packing gland internally. The packing gland is water lubricated. Rudder assemblies have bronze blades, steering quadrants and stocks entering the craft through GRP rudder tubes. Skeg protection from the back of keel to rudder support is fabricated from NAB. The propellers are NAB material of appropriate size to meet maximum engine performance.

The engine compartment is fitted with Halyard Maritex 32mm noise insulation bonded to the sides, forward bulkhead and overhead paneling and has a wheelhouse barrier. The remainder ol the overhead is covered with Halyard Maritex 12mm noise insulation. The insulation is bonded between the frames.

STEERING GEAR:

A hydraulic steering system is fitted. Each rudder is connected via a stainless-steel tie bar with 'rose' universal ends. The helm has a wheel of approx. 450mm diameter. The steering system is plumbed with hydraulic hoses and 60-degree cones or nylon tube with compression end fittings.

SKIN FITTINGS:

All skin fittings are fitted with sea valves except for exhaust outlets, which are to be discharged through GRP tubes bonded into the hull structure.

EXHAUST SYSTEM:

The exhausts are wet systems, run from a engine high rise bend through a Halyard exhaust silencer to the transom outlet which is a GRP tube bonded into the hull at the transom corners with Halyard S Steel transom units exhaust outlets.

FUEL SYSTEM:

Two plastic Tek-Tanks mounted under the deck each having an access panel for cleaning purposes with appropriate draw, swan-neck vent and return connections and filler tube. Tre tanks are baffled and the installation meets RCD requirements. Fuel filler points are mounted with sub-moulding inboard of the gunwhale. The fuel filler fittings are fitted with 'percentage level' digital displays.

The fuel system is made up of A1 fuel grade flexible hose sections. In each engine room a duplex Racor or Separ type glass bowl with water separator primary fuel filter is fitted. Each fu13I system is independent with no change over facility keeping each hull self-sustainable.

The fuel system uses flexible fuel rates hoses.

The fuel tanks are fitted with a stripping line and suction pump to allow for draining and cleaning.

COOLING SYSTEM:

The engines are heat exchanger cooled. The raw cooling water is piped from hull isolating valves, fitted with glass top strainers of appropriate size to meet the engine manufacturer's recommendations, each serving one engine. Waste cooling water is injected to provide exhaust cooling as described under the 'Exhaust' heading.

BILGE SYSTEM:

A Johnson LL2200 24V electric bilge pump is fitted to each void with integral level float connected to the bilge level and control panel at the main helm. Each pump has a 120Itr/m capacity at 3m head for quick emptying of void and machinery spaces. There are two pumps to each engine space, one forward, one aft.

A KPM Bilge Predator 350 24V electric portable pump is to be provided for emergency use with power sockets located on aft bulkhead of wheelhouse.

FIRE EXTINGUISHER SYSTEM:

A Stat X fire detection and extinguishing system is fitted to the engine spaces with manufacturers monitoring station and isolation keys at the main helm position.

ENGINE ROOM VENTILATION:

Intake air to the engine room is through port and starboard KPM side vent ducts mounted in the inboard cockpit side and down into the engine room below. Each air vent is fitted with a sliding section to close off air intake in case of engine room fire as well as a float closure.

The main battery boxes, located in the engine room, are vented overboard through a flexible hose fitted with a swan neck fitting.

CONTROLS, ENGINE INSTRUMENTS AND PANELS

Careful attention is paid to the control position and its design because with higher speed craft it is important to have an efficient instrument display both to ensure safety and to avoid operator fatigue. All switches and controls necessary to the control of the vessel are within easy reach of the helmsman who will be able to control this vessel alone.

Dual station Twin Disc EC300 Quickshift electronic engine control levers are fitted.

Fuel monitoring

Fuel tank level sensor mounted at one end of tank stbd Fuel tank level sensor mounted at one end of tank port

Offshore 3000 Fuel, Water & Black Water Monitoring System Fitted at Helm

Offshore 3000 Intelligent Fuel Fillers with Fuel Level Percentage Remaining Indicator

Water monitoring

Tank level sensor mounted at one end of tank

Offshore 3000 Fuel, Water & Black Water Monitoring System Fitted at Helm

Black water monitoring

Tank level sensor mounted at one end of tank

Offshore 3000 Fuel, Water & Black Water Monitoring System Fitted at Helm

Bilge alarm monitoring & pump control

Port tank space Port engine space Port Void 2

Port Void 1 Stbd tank space

Stbd engine space Stbd Void 2

Stbd Void 1

Electrical functions

DC Port starting battery bank voltage

DC Port starting bank battery load/charge DC Stbd service battery bank voltage

DC Stbd starting bank battery load/charge DC Port service battery bank voltage

DC Port service bank battery load/charge DC Stbd service battery bank voltage

DC Stbd service bank battery load/charge AC Input Voltage

AC Output Load AC Frequency

Engine monitoring and alarms

In addition to the above mentioned instrumentation will be 2 x FPT EMS digital panels monitoring all engine parameters. Fuel consumption is monitored.

An additional 2 x FPT EMS panels are fitted to the flying bridge deck.

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS:

DC system

A 24v D.C. electrical system with two main battery banks and alternator charging systems are fitted. All batteries are located in the engine rooms. The principal distribution board/ circuit breaker panel is mounted to the wheelhouse. Cables are run in plastic tray as required. All connection and junction boxes are mounted as high as possible within the vessel above the waterline unless it is impractical to do so and all equipment is of marine quality, weatherproof and suitable for use in a rough weather environment. Engine start and service banks (total 4) are controlled by solenoids operated from the DC panel. The solenoids to be mounted in IP rated enclosures in the engine spaces with the ability to connect and parallel.

The battery monitoring system is to have the ability to show remaining usage hours. Both 240V and low power electrical systems shall, in their entirety meet the standards referred to in appendix 9 of PBC2. In addition all copper cables must be tinned. 'Mouse lines' to be fitted to aid future cabling requirements.

Standard equipment:

8 x Heavy duty batteries (2 x 2 12V Starting Batteries & 2 x 2 12V Service Batteries) 6 x White lights to the wheelhouse

2 x Red lights to the wheelhouse

2 x White lights to the port engine space 2 x White lights to the stbd engine space

2 x White lights to the port accommodation space

1 x White bunk reading light to the port accommodation space

2 x White lights to the stbd accommodation space

1 x White bunk reading light to the stbd accommodation space 1 x White lights to the port heads compartment

1 x White light to the stbd accommodation shower compartment

1 x Set LOPO LED Navigation Lights

2 x Large Aqua Signal deck lights forward 2 x Large Aqua Signal deck lights aft

1 x LOPO LED Anchor light

1 x Set LOPO LED Restricted in ability to maneuver and not under command lighting 1 x Colorlight CL-02 11 Halogen/Black Light 24V DC Searchlight

4 x Screen wipers

8 x Johnson LL2200 24V KPM Bilge Predator electric bilge pumps

1 x KPM Bilge Predator electric remote scavenger pump c/w sockets at rear of deckhouse 1 x lbuki Electric Horn (MAFCO)

4 x 12V DC outlets to the chart/ workstations

AC SYSTEM

A 230v 50hz system is fitted (See Data Sheet C). The AC system is fused and has a small main distribution panel in the control space. A weather-tight shore supply socket is fitted on the superstructure. This socket is to be positioned on the wheelhouse rear.

The vessel is fitted with the following AC equipment: 2 x Victron Quattro units

1 x Multi Power Source 63L fridge

1 x Double socket outlets to port of saloon - position to be approved 1 x Double socket outlets to stbd of saloon - position to be approved 1 x Double socket outlet to the port chart/work station

1 x Double socket outlet to the stbd chart/work station

1 x Double socket outlet adjacent to port accommodation space bunk 1 x Double socket outlet adjacent to port accommodation space bunk

The vessel has a Quattro system to provide inverter 240V to a vessel ring main including the water boiler.

NAVIGATION DOMESTIC SYSTEMS & DECK EQUIPMENT SAFETY EQUIPMENT

DOMESTIC SYSTEMS:

Hot and Cold water is pumped to the galley and sink by an automatic pressure system (electric pump).

Water Tank:

A plastic water tank is fitted to stbd tank space holding 170 litres of fresh water. The tank is to have an access hatch for cleaning and inspection as well as the necessary fittings including a filler and vent.

Hot Water Calorifier:

A 80 litre hot water calorifier c/w immersion is fitted to be fitted to the stbd tank space.

Black Water Tank:

A plastic black water tank is stbd tank space 60 litres of black water. The tank has a macerator pump and has the ability to be discharged overboard or be sucked out via a deck fitting. Toilet discharge has a valve in line selecting discharge to black water tank or overboard. A level gauge is fitted to the helm position complete with pump out switch.

Heating & Ventilation:

A1 Eberspacher D5 diesel heater is fitted with 3 x open outlets to the wheelhouse, 1 x closable outlets each accommodation void.

240V tube heaters are fitted to the wheelhouse and engine rooms to run off shore power only:

4 degrees above ambient for engine rooms

6 degrees above ambient for the wheelhouse

2 x KME 17" Industrial Deep Dim Screens (one to each survey station) KVH Tracvision M3 Satellite TV Antenna & VSAT box

19" TV mounted to stainless steel pillars to the aft end of helm console

MB Quartz DVD/CD/Radio Player connected to TV and 4 overhead speakers 2 x Magnetic Steering Compass

8 x USS ports to port and stbd chart/work stations No overhead console is fitted

2 x KME 17" Industrial Deep Dim Screens (one to each survey station) KVH Tracvision M3 Satellite TV Antenna & VSAT box

19" TV mounted to stainless steel pillars to the aft end of helm console

MB Quartz DVD/CD/Radio Player connected to TV and 4 overhead speakers 2 x Magnetic Steering Compass

8 x USS ports to port and stbd chart/work stations No overhead console is fitted

NAVIGATION

2 x KME 17" Industrial Deep Dim Screens (one to each survey station) KVH Tracvision M3 Satellite TV Antenna & VSAT box

19" TV mounted to stainless steel pillars to the aft end of helm console

MB Quartz DVD/CD/Radio Player connected to TV and 4 overhead speakers 2 x Magnetic Steering Compass

8 x USS ports to port and stbd chart/work stations No overhead console is fitted

DECK

FENDERING:

The main upper fender is a cast section constructed by Fendercare Ltd. of 120mm x 90mm section with closed cell polyethylene foam core with a density of 33kg/cu.m and with a polyurethane elastomer skin, 10mm thick on outer face and 10mm thick on the base. The fender section is bonded to the vessels shell using Soudaseal 270FC bonding material.

A lower belting fender section is bonded to the shell as above complete with a set of diagonal cast sections of 100mm x 70mm with closed cell polyethylene foam core with a density of 33kg/cu.m and with a polyurethane elastomer skin, 10mm thick.

Ocean 3 moulded fender pads of approx. 1000mm x 250mm are fitted forward and aft either side of the vessel and moulded to taper back into the ships main fender. The fender pads are to assist alongside manouvers.

An Ocean 3 bow fender system is fitted to the bow, manufactured in three pieces to extend around the shoulders and located between flat bars and channels with securing straps. A wire is run through the fender to hold in place.

WINDOWS, HATCHES AND DOORS:

All wheelhouse windows are fitted with toughened glass windows, as shown in the outline G.A, fitted in black anodized aluminium alloy framed units with clear glass to the front screens and light tint to side and rear screens. All windows are fitted with toughened safety glass and be double glazed apart from the front windows, which are single glazed and 24v heated.

Forward Facet: 4 x Fixed Windows (Black frame, clear glass, 24V Heated) Port Facet: 5 x Windows (1 Half Drop (2nd), black frame, tinted glass) Stbd Facet: 5 x Windows (1 Half Drop (2nd), black frame, tinted glass) Aft Facet: 3 x Windows (White frame, tinted glass)

Overhead: 2 x Lewmar Hinged Ventilation/ Escape Hatches Forward Accomm. 2 x Lewmar Hinged Ventilation/ Escape Hatches Access Door: 1 x Seaglaze Series 21 Part Glazed - White

All doors are fitted with hook backs.

4 No. Hepworth/Exalto 20NM pantograph (self-parking) type wipers are fitted to the outboard forward screens; all wipers complete with electronic control panel and screen washer system. The wash bottle has an external fill. South Boats keep a rolling stock of washer pipes, jets and blades due to bad service lead times previously.

DECK FITTINGS:

2 X S/steel 316 bollards positioned after quarters.

2 X S/steel 316 bollards positioned forward quarters.

4 X S/steel 316 spring cleats

1 X Port side door c/w furniture and scupper under

1 X Stbd side door c/w furniture and scupper under

1 X Black painted alloy RRV mast to carry lights and antennae (a 100mm shelf is to

be welded around the top mast perimeter for installation of police lighting)

1 X Alloy anchor securing bracket to forward deck

1 X Hercules 1t Electric capstan (forward)

1 X Hercules 0.5t Hydraulic capstan (aft)

6 X Freeman 15" x 24" Aluminium Deck Hatches

8 X Cargo eyes to aft deck

2 X S/Steel 316 Diving Ladders to the Stern

1 X Stern Roller

1 X Drop in Aft Deck Roller & RIB Stowage Shoe

1 X 150kg min load tested derrick on centerline of port hull to allow for centrleline lift

of Jasons Cradle and ROV ops c/w Lewmar twin speed yacht winch.

DECK WASH:

A 24V Jabsco Parmax 4 (31700-0394) electric fresh water deck wash pump is fitted with deck outlet and hose.

HYDRAULICS:

Hercules Hydraulics designed and system complete with forward 1 tonne capstan, hoses and stainless steel tank. ·

SAFETY

NB ALL EQUIPMENT REQUIRES DATE TESTING AND WILL BE OUT OF DATE

LIFESAVING APPLIANCES:

2x RFD Surviva B 8 Man Liferafts 14 X Thermal Protective Aids

2x Hammar Hydrostatic Release

2x Spencer Rigging Liferaft Lashing Straps

2x Orange Ring Type c/w Reflective Badging and Vessel Name 1 X KIM Lifebuoy Drouge & Pocket

113 X Metres Orange Floating Line 8mm 1 X Throwing Line (Sock Type)

1 X Throwing line Holder

Hx 2x KIM Cruising Adult Harness c/w Attached Line

4x lkaros Red Parachute Rocket 6x lkaros Red Hand Held Flare

2x lkaros Buoyant Smoke ,--.,_

1 X OS Yellow Poly Bottle 2 Ltr

1 X VHF GMDSS Safety Message Card 2x SOLAS No. 2 Card

1 X Code of Practice Training Manual 1 X SOLAS Training Manual

1 X 4kg Powder Extinguisher (21A 113B) - Inshore

2x Gloria 1kg Powder Extinguisher 2x 3 Gallon Bucket

1 X Fire Blanket Slim Pack MSA 2x Anchor Ball

1 X Waterproof Torch c/w Bulb MCA

1 X Echomax EM230 Radar Reflector White 1 X KIM Galley strop

1 X Code of Practice F/A Kit (Boxed) 1998 1 X Water Container

1 X Jasons Cradle

LOOSE EQUIPMENT:

Mooring lines 4 off

S3usage Fenders spliced ropes 4 off

Flag Halyards, Blocks etc. 2 off

20kg Bruce (genuine) anchor 1 off 7kg Bruce anchor (genuine-kedge) 1 off 20m 10mm Galvanised Chain (main) 1 off 5rn 10mm Galvanised Chain (kedge) 1 off 50m 24mm Anchor Plait (main) 1 off

7!5m 16mm Anchor Plait (kedge) 1 off S:ainless Steel Buffing Ring & Line 1 off 4' Stainless Steel Clock to Wheelhouse 1 off 4' Stainless Steel Barometer to Wheelhouse1 off T,:Jlescopic Boat Hook 2 off

Flying Bridge Cover 1 off

16mm Dia x 12m long (sleeved eyes) 10mm Rope (Blue fenders and lines)

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Propulsion
Engine
Twin FPT Iveco N67ENTM45 420 MHP
Fuel
Diesel
Fuel capacity
2,000 litres
Maximum speed
44 kph
Cruising speed
33 kph
Accommodation
Number of cabins
2
Number of berths
2
Passenger capacity
12
Drinking water capacity
170 litres

Cowes Yacht Agency are acting as brokers for the vendor who is not selling in the course of business unless otherwise stated. These details are prepared from information provided by the vendor and are intended only as a guide to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute part of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and to have the vessel fully surveyed by a qualified marine surveyor. Details are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through Cowes Yacht Agency. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.

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