KM YACHT BUILDERS Bestevaer 66 (2014) para vender en Arrecife, España

£1.241.599 GBP
Precio publicado €1.450.000 EURObtenga una cotización en moneda extranjera


El Bestevaer 66 en venta se encuentra en Arrecife, España y tiene un precio de 1.450.000 EUR. Tiene una eslora total de 21,00 metros y una manga de 5,00 metros. Fue fabricado en 2014 y está construido con casco de aluminio soldado y un diseño de techo de carrocería. Tiene una quilla elevable, timones gemelos, hélice de paso controlable impulsada por un motor Lugger L1064T de 4 cilindros, hélice de proa hidráulica Sidepower y dirección Jeffa. La quilla y el timón tienen un ángulo de 15° y la velocidad máxima se estima en más de 9 nudos. Los disyuntores de avión y los interruptores de palanca con medidores y luces indicadoras, combinados con protección contra rayos y supresores de sobretensión, hacen que el sistema sea fácil de entender y operar. Por último, funciona con un bloque de baterías NiCad de 1100 Ah y suministra 230 V a través de 2 inversores sinusoidales Mastervolt de 2500 W.

Información general
Used barco para vender
£1.241.599 GBP | Precio publicado €1.450.000 EURObtenga una cotización en moneda extranjera
Nombre del barco
Eslora total
21,00 metros
5,00 metros
Arrecife, España

Acerca de este KM YACHT BUILDERS Bestevaer 66




RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC or RCDII (2013/53/EU as appropriate (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”.


Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:


  • Welded aluminum hull with vertical stem, pilothouse, lifting keel and twin rudders.
  • Hull was originally designed by “Dykstra” to be light ice class, with a reinforced bow, and 7mm plating in Almg4.5Mn. However during the build it was upgraded to ALUSTAR, which in itself increases strength by 20%. Then 7mm was not available when we needed it, (only 6mm and 8mm) it was decided to use 8mm. Thus the existing hull is possibly 50% stronger than designed. Of course the thickness varies with the position. Around the keel it can be as much as 15mm and on the topsides it progressively decreases.
  • The point of vanishing stability was measured, with an inclination test at the dock, and reverse calculated to be at 126°
  • The aluminum deck has a coachroof design, in order to accommodate the solar generator. This gives good standing headroom below, as well.
  • There is bulwark of 20 cm in height
  • 5 x watertight sections with a watertight door into forward cabin.
  • Light ice class.
  • Foam insulation.
  • 6 x circular portholes, equipped with solid metal storm covers internally.
  • Hinged opening transom, attached with two shank-like plates on either side, so as to move the platform aft, down, and slightly under the hull around an offset axis. This opens by gravity, and a single line rope led to a winch. There is a simple locking mechanism with pins. The transom is easily retracted using the electric winch.


Keel & Rudder:

  • Lifting keel, angled aft 15°.
  • 9000 kg lead was poured into the keel structure.
  • The hydraulic bowthruster assists with close quarters maneuvering as ANABEL’s twin rudders lack bite, but in open seas, the twin rudders provide excellent steering control and ANABEL sails upwind in 50 knots of wind, on autopilot, without fuss.
  • The Twin rudders are connected to the steering gearbox with solid push/pull tubes.


Engine & Gearboxes:

  • 1 x Lugger L1064T 4 cylinder, slow revving, mechanically fuel controlled diesel engine.
  • Without large horsepower the efficient horizontal shaft, high reduction ratio, and large diameter CPP propeller works well.
  • The Lugger has no electronic components. Only the starter motor needs electricity, to start it after which it will run until fuel exhaustion.
  • The engine is keel cooled, with no raw water is taken inside the yacht. There is a dry exhaust, exhausting through the starboard davit.
  • The engine takes fuel from the Day tank which has its own filter.
  • The engine compartment is watertight and is ventilated via ducts and blower.
  • PRM 750A gearbox with a 3:1 reduction ratio.
  • A spare starter motor is carried aboard.


Maintenance & Performance:

  • Engine hours – approx 1,704 as of November 2023.
  • Engine last serviced: March 2022.
  • Cruising speed – approx 8-9 knots @ 1800rpm.
  • Maximum speed – approx 9+ knots @ 2400rpm.
  • Fuel consumption at cruising speed – approx 10 to 11 litres per hour.
  • Range @ cruising speed – approx 1300 nm.


Propulsion & Steering:

  • WEST MEKAN controllable pitch propeller driven by the Lugger engine via the gearbox.
  • The pitch of the propeller can be adjusted at the navigation station using a joystick.
  • Pitch position indicator and exhaust temperature gauge provide information for optimum positioning.
  • When under sail the propeller can be moved into a fully feathering position to reduce drag.
  • The propeller at the opposite pitch can also be used as a speed brake.
  • The pitch position can be altered using a ratchet wrench, should the electro hydraulic system fail.
  • Sidepower Hydraulic bow thruster.
  • Jeffa steering. The mechanism is located in the lazarette.


Hydraulics – 4 x Systems:

  • A load sensing pump at the back end of the engine gearbox provides hydraulic pressure, when the engine is running. This system drives:
    1. The bow thruster which has no time limit, as opposed to electric thrusters.
    2. The Anchor windlass (100m chain).
    3. The damage control pump which is capable of pumping several 1,000 litres per minute
    4. The hydraulic alternators that can produce more than 200 amps.
  • DC electric power pack in the forepeak drives:
    1. 2 Reckmann furlers for the genoa and staysail.
    2. Lifts and lowers the keel from 1.6m draft to 3.2m draft
  • The Navtec rig trim system tensions the Backstay and the Boom Vang. This system is manually operated.
  • A small DC power pack changes the pitch of the CPP prop. The pitch can be manually changed in case of failure


Air Pressure System:

  • A small compressor provides air pressure for the following:
    1. Operation of the fog horn.
    2. Inflation of the dinghy.
    3. Operation of air pressure tools.
    4. General service work, to clean parts.

Electrical Systems


Voltage Systems:

  • All essential equipment is powered by the DC system.
  • Aircraft circuit breakers and toggle switches as well as gauges and indicator lights make the control panel easy to understand and operate.
  • Lightning protection is provided for the electronics in the form of PI-filters and overvoltage surpressors for
  • all consumer busses. The 2 Autopilots are electrically separate to enhance survivability in case of a lightning strike.
  • The 230v switchboard is flanked by the sinewave inverters located in the Utility Area. The 230V unit is supplied directly from the house bank and is totally separate from the 12/24V system in order to prevent any possibility of an electric shock when working on the DC system. This position has been chosen as it is in proximity to the heaviest consumers - Washing machine, Stove, galley equipment.


Battery Banks:

  • The house bank is a block of 1100Ah NiCad batteries. HOPPECKE FNC 1100L.
  • NiCad batteries (as well used in submarines) can be deep discharged without damage and have a design live of 25 years. The Battery compartment is located on centerline between keel and engine and is watertight and ventilated via ducts and a blower.
  • The engine can be started from its dedicated start battery, or from the main house bank by the flip of a switch. The pre-fuse box is mounted to the aft end of the battery box.
  • Aft of the house bank is the main DC electric, circuit breaker and switch board. This compartment has a depth of 0.4m depth and also holds the black box equipment. Instruments and switches face forward. The Switch board is modelled on the flight engineer panel aboard Concord.


Battery Chargers:

  • Solar power charging via a 1500 watt/peak solar generator on deck.
  • Water power charging, - via Watt & Sea Cruising 300 Hydro-generator.
  • Wind power charging, via a D400 wind turbine.



  • The 230V consumers are supplied via 2 Mastervolt 2500W sinewave inverters. These are the washing machine, sound system, coffee machine, electric stove, computer, compressor, Kabola central heating, and anything connected to a 230v outlet.
  • Alternators:
  • There are 3 alternators:
    1. 1 x alternator mounted on the main engine.
    2. 2 x alternators driven by hydraulic motors. The hydraulic motors can be activated on demand, and produce 200 amps +. This way abundant electricity is always available as long as the engine is running.


Solar Power:

  • The solar panels are semi flexible, and thin. One can walk on them gently without a problem.
  • All connecting boxes are on the underside, and two U-profile channels are in the deck, to accept box and cable runs.
  • The panels are bonded on and bolted at the corners. The pre wiring of the multitude of panels happens outside the hull, in watertight boxes, to minimize the number of cable entries.
  • The solar panels resemble a fairly smooth and homogenous surface, but dominate and set the technical look of the boat.
  • Solar panels are located on the coach roof aft of the mast (and the pilot house roof as well).

Plumbing Systems

Fresh Water:

  • Seawater is supplied to the forward head, (Rheinstrom Y4-big) and salt water wash for the anchor via an inlet in the forepeak. The forward head pumps out into a holding tank.
  • Supply for the aft head, (Rheinstrom Y4-big) and the watermaker is via an inlet in the lazarette.
  • Engine, and fridge/freezer are keel (skin) cooled and need no raw water.
  • The water pressure system is conventional and has an expansion tank.
  • There is a foot pump at the galley should the (electric) water pressure system fail.


Water Heating System:

  • The Kabola heating systems provides hot water to the boiler.
  • The boiler is also heated by the engine (when running) or via a 230v immersion heater.
  • Because of this circulating system, it is also possible to pre heat the engine, provided there is hot water in the boiler. (An electric pump is fitted to allow hot water to circulate between boiler and engine).



  • The watermaker is a HP UC70/ 24V that produces 70 litres per hour.
  • The watermaker is without electronics.


Bilge Pumps:

  • There is a hydraulic driven damage control pump installed. There are 3 pick up points - forward cabin, saloon and engine room which can be selected by 3 hand operated valves. The water is pumped into the keel case and the capacity of the pump is very large.
  • There are 5 electric diaphragm pumps for bilge drain in the 5 watertight sections, as well as for anchor locker and greywater pumpout.


Grey & Black Water:

  • Grey water from sinks and showers drains into a collecting tank, and from there is pumped out into 2 holding tanks in the lazarette.
  • These are emptied by gravity or pump out.


  • Fuel and water tank levels are measured by Tank Tender gauges.
  • Fuel and water tanks are integral and provide a double bottom in case the yacht gets holed.
  • The integrated tankage for diesel and water is separated by a coffer dam.




  • Total fuel capacity of approximately 1500 to 1600 litres (422 US gallons) providing an endurance of six days on a full tank, motoring at between 8 and 9 knots.
  • The fuel lifting system delivering to the day tank, has a manual (hand operated) pump as a backup.
  • The 2 diesel transfer pumps, transfering diesel from either port or starboard main tanks into the day tank, passes the fuel through a SEPAR 2000 series water separator fuel filter, as well as an Algae-X magnetic fuel conditioner. The day tank overflows back into the main tanks, so the fuel transfer pumps, if run on a regular basis, will filter diesel each time this is done.


Fresh Water:

  • Total fresh water capacity of approximately 2000 litres (528 US gallons) in 2 x tanks.
  • The water tanks are integral and located outboards, both port and starboard side, with a capacity of 1000 litres (264 US gallons) each side. They can also ballast the yacht when sailing provided they are at least half full.
  • A water softener demineralizes the water prior to filling.


Grey/Blackwater Holding Tanks:

  • 2 x 300 litre (150 US gallons) grey water holding tanks symmetrically arranged, outboard on either side of the lazarette.
  • Holding tanks for both heads are directly behind and above the heads, for short pumping distance and easy flush.

Navigation & Communication Equipment

  • Icom VHF and AIS/class B.
  • Simrad Navigation system including radar and autopilot.
  • Simrad G4 broadband radar with low electricity usage.
  • 2 independent Simrad autopilots to provide redundancy. One at the helm station, and the other at the Nav. Station. The Nav station pilot has a remote control and can be used both inside and out.
  • There is a Navigation display at the Helm and one at the Nav. Station displaying Navionics charts, radar, and AIS information.
  • Echopilot Forward looking Sonar Type FLS3D displays on the SIMRAD plotter.
  • There is a chart locker in the pilot house to store full sized Admiralty charts. Charts that have not been used will remain with ANABEL but please note that they are not corrected up to date. Charts used by current owner will be kept as a souvenir.
  • Transducers are fitted within a 150mm tube with screw on cover to prevent flooding in the event of a breakage of either Transducer.
  • Astra professional Sextant (like new).
  • Various nautical literature and cruising guides (in English), may not be in date.
  • Iridium extreme handheld satellite telephone.

Domestic Equipment


  • ANABEL has 2 cookers.
    1. 230V electric gimballed cooker
    2. Wallas diesel cooker. It needs only a 12V supply providing redundancy for the 230v cooker.
  • Cigar box/ Humidor.
  • 2 x Espresso machines one of which is brand new and unused.
  • Complete set of glasses, plates and kitchen ware, including spares.

Utility Area:

  • Freezer/fridge units are located here.
  • The cooling compressors are beneath the units, and are 24V/DC to avoid inverter losses, they are not inverter dependent.
  • The cooling compressors are skin cooled, so no external water cooling is required.


Forward Owners’ Cabin:

  • Washing machine.



  • 2 x Rheinstrom Y4-big WCs.


Heating System:

  • KABOLA central heating (like in a house).
  • A pump circulates the hot water to various radiators throughout the yacht.


Ventilation System:

  • Because of the solar generator, there are no dorade vents on the coach roof. In order to get fresh air, while sailing with hatches closed, 3 electric fans in an aluminum box above the keel case blow air into the keel case which then enters the interior via 2 openings, either side of the keel case. In rough weather, those openings can be closed to make the yacht watertight.
  • 6 Caframo Sirocco fans mounted in all the cabins, galley and at the Nav. station.
  • The battery compartment has a fan for ventilation.
  • A blower ventilates the lazarette, when the engine is running to cool the dry exhaust system mufflers in the lazarette. As the Kabola heater is also located in the lazarette, it is a very dry place with low humidity.
  • The engine room forced ventilation takes air from the starboard side of the pilot house and discharges it to port.



  • Maranz sound system with KEF speakers provides concert atmosphere and the sound for the beamer/screen combination, for cinema at sea.



  • All lighting internally and externally is LED.
  • Red night lights in various locations and in the technical compartments, as well as in the bilge.



Summary of Accommodation:

  • 6 berths in 3 cabins.
  • The interior is executed mainly in white offset by a wooden cabin sole, wooden detailing and blue roller shutter profiles.
  • The vanity area in the heads compartment are of polished granite. This has a reddish tinge in one and grey/blue tinge in the other
  • All hardware is executed stainless, chrome, or aluminum, to give a uniform look.
  • The visible wood used internally (not wood painted ) is either Tiger wood, (Muiracatiara) or Indian Apple. Tiger wood is extremely durable and used for the sole and other high wear areas, like the saloon table.
  • Indian apple has been cut to veneer, and is used in the fillings of the cabinet fronts and elsewhere.
  • All wooden surfaces are finished to a high standard and sealed with Livos Kunos – Naturöl Siegel Nr.244.
  • Each locker and storage space is built to withstand violent motion, a knockdown, or even a rollover. No doors open, and everything is contained. This has been realized with the use of robust locks on every locker.
  • The sole boards can be locked in place.
  • Some locker doors are still conventional swing doors, but most of the doors operate with aluminum profile roller shutters that slide up and down. The shutters are in RAL 5024 pastel blue. They are lockable and hold content securely. The main advantage of this solution i, that there are no open doors standing in the way of anybody. This gives a feeling of space and air, and is safer at sea.
  • The 3 heads doors are all sliders, maximizing space.
  • There are handholds on the deckhead and in various strategic places to enable safe movement through the yacht in heavy seas.


Description of layout from forwards:



  • The Forepeak is the forward watertight section accommodating sail bags, rope and fenders.
  • A Fortress FX125 spare anchor is mounted on the port side.
  • There is a big aluminum storage reel on port side aft, that accommodates a gennaker in a sock.
  • Another reel (at the forward end below deck) stores mooring lines.
  • Additional equipment installed here- Electric circuit breaker and switchbox, electric power pack, hydraulic bowthruster, 2 combination pumps for bilge drain, anchor locker drain, anchor chain wash , seawater deck hose.
  • A raw water inlet on the starboard side aft, supplies this anchor wash pump and the forward head.
  • There is a small inspection hatch from the forward head into the forepeak at chest height. This provides access to activate this pumps, or white or red lights in order to visually check the forepeak.


Forward (Owners’) Cabin:

  • The forward cabin is the second watertight section with access from the saloon via a watertight door.
  • At the forward end is the en-suite heads compartment.
  • The holding tank for its head is behind and above the heads.
  • The berth is on Starboard between hull and keel case, which provides support on either tack.
  • The chain locker is a watertight compartment forward of the keel case.
  • On the portside, forward of the watertight door is an office desk with a computer suspended on bungy cords, to absorb shocks from the seas.
  • Housed in this compartment is an electric bilge pump, washing machine, a Command Mic. at the berth for VHF radio and intercom capability with Nav. station and helm.
  • 230V outlets at the desk for the Mac.
  • 1 AC outlet in the cabinet over the wash basin.
  • Hot and cold water + heating radiators.
  • There is ample storage.
  • 500 litres of water in bottles can be stored below the floorboards in the forward cabin.


Utility Area:

  • The utility area is near the watertight door.
  • The watermaker and its high pressure pump is located her. The watermaker is easily accessible for maintenance.
  • The compressor is beneath the water pressure system and the fridge and freezer units are forward of this.



  • The Galley has 2 stoves, diesel and electric.
  • The Wallas diesel stove is outboard.
  • There is ample storage to hold glasses, plates and silverware.
  • A dehumidifier is fitted in this area as well.



  • The Salon is the third watertight section.
  • In the centre of the saloon aft of the keel, the welded in aluminum compartment for the 1100 Amp/h NiCad battery block is situated. This compartment is water-tight and sits as low as possible. A bench seat is above it which is for use with the table.
  • Forward of the battery compartment there is a glass inspection panel to check the bilges and it also has a red inspection light.


Guest Heads Compartment:

  • Aft of the galley are the guest cabins’ heads
  • It is also accessed from the saloon, via a sliding door.


Port Quarter Cabin (2nd Cabin):

  • The port quarter cabin is the largest of the guest cabins.
  • It has direct access to the head via a sliding door.


Seating Area:

  • A seating area is situated to starboard, aft of the watertight bulkhead.
  • The table can accommodate up to 8 people.


Starboard Quarter Cabin (3rd Cabin):

  • Aft of the seating area is the starboard guest cabin.
  • The hot water boiler is under this quarter cabin bed.

Engine Compartment

  • The engine compartment contains, the engine, gearbox, CPP components, diesel fuel transfer and polishing system and a hydraulic pump, driven from the gearbox.
  • The hydraulic pump is direct driven (no clutch) and serves the bow thruster, the high output (Damage control) pump, the windlass and 2 extra alternators.
  • The high output pump, driven by a hydraulic motor, is mounted behind the saloon sofa next to the keel case.
  • The 2 extra alternators are in the mechanical compartment under the cockpit.
  • The steps from the pilot house into the saloon are offset to starboard.
  • The main access to the engine is from the area by the ‘offset’ pilot house steps. The steps are made of a welded aluminum structure and covered with tear plate for anti-skid.
  • There is a 36 mm thick glass floor above the engine that allows for frequent engine checks without opening any hatch.


  • The main purpose of the pilothouse is for navigation.
  • Overhang aft provides a dry place when spray comes over in big seas.
  • The companion way has a large sliding entrance hatch with counterweights. There is a deep footwell in front of that entrance door, and good headroom makes entry easy.
  • The Pilot house is ventilated by the aft windows.
  • The Nav. station is situated there.
  • All navigational electronics are positioned from amidships to port, in front of the navigator’s seat.
  • The navigators seat is from a Porsche 911 and is on the centerline with a mechanism, to angle the seat so the seat can be level on either tack -25°/-12,5° / upright / +12,5° / +25°.
  • Part of the sole beneath the Navigator’s seat, is made of glass, to allow engine monitoring.
  • The pilot house windows are new and of SILATEC bullet proof glass. This is to make them as resistant as possible against breakage in case of wave slap.
  • Locker for wet gear and fire extinguishers is located here.



  • The cockpit is executed in teak.
  • The teak cockpit table is removable and normally stores in the port guest cabin. The base of the table is fixed.
  • When the yacht is underway, there is a catch-all to secure coffee pots, water bottles, snacks, binoculars, cameras, charts, etc. mounted on the base of the table.
  • The helm station has a Display for navigational information and Autopilot command panel, as well as switches for the bow truster and the foresail furlers. A command mike can be connected there, and the fog horn operated. Emergency anchor retrieval can be accomplished from the helm station.
  • The engine throttle is on the coaming. Next to the throttle is the Navtex rig hydraulic backstay and boom vang controls.
  • The Navtex Hydraulic cylinders have a mechanical lock that holds the position, in case of pressure loss.
  • The transom opens to provide a platform that allows access to the water. Opening and closing is effortless, with the help of an electric winch.
  • Over the transom is a welded aluminum structure, that resembles a davit, It has blocks and hard points in order to:
    1. Lift a man overboard, back on board, using a permanently rigged system.
    2. Lift the dinghy on the platform for movement into the garage.
    3. Lift the outboard out of its locker and onto the dinghy.
    4. It has several antennas fitted up high.
    5. The horizontal of the structure holds a roller furled bimini that can be stored away with little effort even in high winds.
    6. The davit is the exhaust for the engine (starboard side) and heating system (port side).
    7. 2 x aluminum tubes carry a wind generator and the radar (port side). The structure serves to carry the ensign.


  • Located underneath the cockpit and watertight.
  • The lazarette is divided into port and starboard side by the dinghy garage, which is also a water tight compartment.
  • The dinghy is manoeuvred into its garage, from the platform. The garage is designed to house an AB inflatable Lammina AL9,5 or AL10 aluminum rib. Part deflation is necessary to store the dinghy.
  • Access into the lazarette is via hatches built into the seat benches port and starboard.
  • Air pressure control board.
  • 2 x aluminum reels for mooring lines.
  • Storm trysail storage.
  • Electric winch motors are accessed here.
  • The outboard engine compartment, is accessible from the top, and a cantilever plus block and tackle system provides for easy retrieval and reinsertion of the 20hp Suzuki outboard. In that locker are as well, a fresh water hose and an air pressure hose, on reels. (The air hose inflates the dinghy). Aft is a gasoline locker that drains and vents overboard. If the yacht changes to an electric outboard in the future, this locker may be used as a rubbish hold. There is a dedicated locker for a 6 person liferaft.

Deck Equipment


  • Fractional cutter rigged Sloop as on drawing Bestevaer 66 Sailplan.
  • Aluminum 3 spreader Mast built by Reckmann anodised and powdercoated.
  • The mast sits on the keel case and is deck stepped.
  • The boom has been replaced with a reinforced boom that has 4 reefs.
  • Harken switch track system for main and trysail.
  • Split backstay with 2 Navtec cylinders adjusters.
  • Reckmann hydraulic furlers for yankee and staysail.
  • Self-tacking Jib.
  • The mainsail has carbon battens with a single line reef plus 3 double line reefs, for a total of 4 reefs. Once reefed to the fourth reef, the storm trysail is not really needed anymore. The Sail area with the 4. reef in is only marginally larger than the trysail. An extra track and hardware is in place for the storm trysail.
  • The mainsail falls between lazy jacks, onto a boom equipped with a ‘hay rack’ - blue tubes, which are also good handholds.
  • The mainsail has a German main sheet system with 2 main sheet ends on Port and Starboard, leading to winches, (via jammers). Either one can be used to control the mainsail.
  • Spinnaker pole, to pole out the genoa is stowed on the mast.
  • Two time tested preventer systems for the main boom.



  • 8 x Andersen Stainless winches, 6 of which are electric.



  • Sails are made of solid Fibercon® Pro Vectran 6.7; 290gr/qm @ 914mm.
  • Mainsail 106m - weighing around 80kg. Good condition.
  • Genoa 85m - does not overlap the main but fills the foretriangle. Good condition.
  • Staysail (inner Jib) 33m – little used and in good condition.
  • Storm jib 25m – little used and good condition.
  • Storm trysail 29m – as new.
  • Small gennaker 199m - made of Stormlite 210 Spinnaker-Polyester 97gr/qm , and comes with a “ PROFURL” endless line furler. Unused.
  • Large gennaker ca. 250m – came from a Volvo 60. It is in a sock, and stowed on a reel in the forepeak. Checked by a sailmaker in Trinidad, and is in usable condition. Never been tried.
  • All sails have been to sailmakers for check-ups regularly.



  • 2 tracks on deck, with cars, to clip on safety lines.
  • Partly solid handrail and deck lighting in the cap rail.
  • Sheets and halyards removed from yacht whenever laid up. Many replaced in New Zealand, and there is 500m of new line included in the sell. All lines are good or as new.
  • A welded in aluminum tube connects the chain locker with a pump in the forepeak for drain and flushing.
  • The forepeak hatch has 2 locks operated by winch handle, and 2 safety switches that illuminate a warning light at the Nav. station if the hatch is not properly locked.
  • Hatches on the coach roof are quite flush.


Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:

  • Electric capstan for docking.
  • Maxwell VWC 3500/Hydraulic windlass.
  • Self-launching bow roller accommodating a 70kg ROCKNA anchor with 100m galvanised chain.
  • Fortress FX85 stern anchor.
  • Anchor wash with adjustable nozzle.
  • The extended anchor sprit prevents the anchor touching the hull, when launching or retrieving. It is also the attachment point for the gennaker stay.
  • Anchor cradle with locking mechanism, to prevent self-launching of the anchor.
  • There are 3 reels below deck, (2 aft and 1 forward) to hold 100m mooring line each.


Covers, Canvas & Cushions:

  • Roller furled bimini.


Tender & Outboard:

  • AB inflatable Lammina AL9,5 or AL10 aluminum rib (dinghy needs replacing).
  • 20hp Suzuki outboard.

Cradle & Container

  • ANABEL has her own custom built cradle, for secure storage ashore. The cradle was built in New Zealand.
  • The cradle is in 8 parts, and fits into a 20ft container, for shipping.
  • The container is in good conditions and has CSC safety approval till 11/2023.

Safety Equipment

  • Viking 6 person liferaft.
  • ICOM handheld VHF for the dinghy or liferaft.
  • RescYou Pro in Container.
  • Fog horn.
  • Marine medical kit 3000.
  • Set of handheld flares.
  • Grab bag.
  • Climber harness for mast excursions.
  • Jabsco Bilge alarm Type 59400 in all sections.
  • Handheld megaphone.
  • 2 x sets of foul weather gear – 1 is unused.
  • 5 x boxes of spares and materials, and tools.
  • ACR Global Fix PRO EPIRPB.
  • Simrad SA70 SART.


Fire-Fighting Equipment:

  • Smoke detector and alarms in forward cabin, galley area, and lazarette.
  • Aircraft engine fire alarm sensor in engine room near injector pump.
  • Fixed, manual activated, STATX 500 fire extinguisher in engine room
  • 5 hand held Halon aircraft fire extinguishers in different places.
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United Kingdom
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