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1989 Blue Water One Off 1350 - 45'


 
Year 1989
Length 45ft.
Price call for price
Type: Pre-owned
Categories:
Location Cowes,
Hull Material Fiberglass/GRP
Engine type Single
Fuel Diesel
Contact Information
 
Dimensions
Beam: 14 ft 11 in
Draft Drive Up: Direct Drive
Engines
Engine(s): Perkins
Engine Model: Prima 60
Year: 1992
Fuel: Diesel
Engine(s) HP: 60 HP
Hull
Hull Shape: Monohull
Keel Type: Fin

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
Marathon
Specs
Keel: Fin
Hull Shape: Monohull
Dimensions
LOA: 44 ft 6 in
Beam: 14 ft 11 in
Engines
Total Power: 60 HP
Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Perkins
Year Built: 1992
Engine Model: Prima 60
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Center
Propeller: 3 blade propeller
Drive Type: Direct Drive
Engine Power: 60 HP
Accommodations
Number of heads: 2
Electronics
Radar Detector - Survival Safety Engineering Collision Avoidance Radar Detection System
Cockpit speakers - 2 cockpit spekers
Depthsounder - B & G Synchro - display at chart table and in cockpit + Simarad at char
Radar - Furuno GlAs FET
Repeater(s) - Cockpit analogue B & G repeaters: wind, magnified wind, speed log, depth and compass.
Plotter - Simrad NSS12 and Garmin GPS Map 225
Wind speed and direction - B & G Synchro: both "wind" and "magnified wind" dials - displays at char table and in cockpit
Navigation center
CD player - Blaupunkt Valencia CD52
Log-speedometer - B & G Synchro - display at chart table and in cockpit.
Autopilot - Monitor wind vane plus Simrad AP16 Autopilot (2017) and Autohelm 7000.
Compass - B & G Synchro - display at chart table and in cockpit. Also Suunto steering compass at helm.
GPS - Furuno WAAS GP32 Navigator + MER FX412 DGPS. Also B & G Hydra 330 at helm.
VHF - Icom IC-M601 with DSC and Furuno FM2510. Also hand held Cobra VHF.
Inside Equipment
Electric bilge pump - 5 electric bilge pumps
Microwave oven - General Electric Mini Microwave
Manual bilge pump - 2 manual bilge pumps
Oven - Plastimo Pacific 2000 gas oven with two burner hob and grlll, mounted on gimbals
Marine head - 2 Jabsco marine toilets in seperate compartments.
Electrical Equipment
Inverter - Sterling Power inverter.
Shore power inlet - and cable.
Outside Equipment/Extras
Solar panel
Liferaft - 2 x 4 man valise liferafts
Teak cockpit
Wind generator
Covers
Lazyjacks
Bimini Top
Lazy bag

ACCOMMODATION

Saloon accessed by companionway steps with central forward facing navigation station at foot of steps forward of full height transparent spray screen. Full size teak chart table with internal chart storage and with multiple instrument displays etc. and antennas for many GPS systems etc situated above, internally, below transparent hatch. The seat for the chart table (wide enough for 2) is adjustable for heel.

Astern to starboard  is a large workshop cabin that could easily be converted to a reasonably spacious double sleeping cabin. To port is a large heads compartment that gives access to a large centrally located compartment aft of the companion way with standing headroom for use as a shower compartment. A hand basin is currently installed. there is also a very large storage area aft of the heads compartment accessed via a bulkhead door.

Either side of the central navigation station are two single berths in the saloon upholstered in Alcantara, both of which can be adjusted for the angle of heel when underway.

Forward of the navigation station is a centrally located galley with gimballed 2 burner cooker with oven and grill, microwave and double stainless steel sink.

The dining area, accessed via a bulkhead door forward of the galley, has a dinette to starboard with spacious seating for four and a table (white melamine with teak fiddles) that can be lowered to provide a very comfortable double berth. Opposite to port is a built-in teak dresser/storage unit.

Forward of the dining area is a large heads compartment which gives access, via vertical hatches in 2 substantially thick watertight bulkheads, to 2 forward watertight compartments: currently used for sail storage but could be converted to sleeping accommodation. 

Most interior finishes are in white GRP or melamine but many cupboard doors and much other joinery are in teak.


ADDITIONAL COMMUNICATION & NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT

YB (Yellowbrick) fixed installation communication/location system - c.2015

Furuno SSB Transceiver FS1550

Thrane & Thrane satellite telephone. 

Silva clinometer at chart table 


ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION

12v and 24v systems.

2 banks of 24V - 2 12 V batteries to each (2018)

Battery charging by 2 engine alternators, shore power charger, solar panels (24v, 100watts) and wind generator.

Shore power inlet with lead.

Sterling Power Inverter


SAFETY EQUIPMENT

2 X 4 man valise liferafts

Horseshoe lifebuoy

Two stage watertight compartment forward.

 


RIG

Cutter rigged with stainless steel rod rigging with babystay and Harken mechanical geared backstay tensioner. Standing rigging replaced in 2016.

Aluminium alloy mast and boom.

Lazyjack system with blue canvas lazybag for mainsail on boom

Twin aluminium alloy spinnaker poles. 

Reckman furler for genoa (new bearings fitted)

Furlex furler for staysail

Winches:

2 Genoa sheet primary winches - Harken 56.2 self tailing.

2 Staysail sheet winches - Harken 48.2 self tailing.

2 Spinnaker sheet winches - Harken 44.2 self tailing.

2 Halyard winches on coachroof - Harken 44.2 self tailing

2 Halyard winches on coachroof - Harken 32 self tailing

Winches at mast: 2 Harken 44 self tailing and single Lewmar 16 self tailing.


DECK EQUIPMENT

Stainless steel pulpit and split pushpit with opening guardrails giving access via teak and stainless steel steps to swimming/boarding platform on transom.

Guardrails with opening gates on each side.

Cockpit with teak seating and duckboards. Helm seat cambered to allow seating while heeled.

Stainless steel "granny" bars either side of mast and either side of companion way.

Fenders and warps


GROUND TACKLE

Forward anchor locker with electric windlass and plough anchor with galvanised chain..


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT

Watermaker


GENERAL DESCRIPTION

A unique yacht built for the BOC Round the World Race using the Ron Holland designed Feeling 1350 hull moulds – but vastly stronger, over-specified and highly equipped at a cost of more than £1 million. The hull`s GRP is about 3cm thick and at the forward end there are two stages of watertight compartment.

If you are planning a short handed circumnavigation, this boat would be hard to beat. In recent years she has been equipped and used for single handed blue water sailing.


Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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