The sellers has advised that they will be looking closely at all reasonable offers and may consider some form of real estate trade as part of the sale. She is indeed a unique vessel and ready to go in all aspects and will suit a buyer looking for a comfortable boat that is more than able to take on the rigors of extended offshore passages and remote cruising. Coming out of a Tasmanian yard, you should have great confidence in her overall build standard and seakeeping qualities. Currently lying in SE Qld and launched in 2010 with many important upgrades by current owner, this is a "must see" vessel. This handsome steel motor cruiser was designed by a noted fishing boat designer John Anderton and built for the Southern Ocean, to go anywhere in safety and comfort. No expense has been spared, with exquisite attention to detail. A superbly comfortable passage-maker with accommodation for eight, she has been built to survey specifications but has never been a commercial vessel. Looking at her strong lines and quality of build, internal accommodations and general overall condition, we can see vast potential in this vessel. Be it for a trip of a lifetime around our vast and remote coastlines, or offshore out into far off anchorages with surfing or fishing in mind, or just living aboard, and taking advantage of our wonderful cruising grounds closer to base, this extremely well-built vessel will cover all bases. She has a large fore-deck with raised bow, full walkaround decks and plenty of room in the aft cockpit. Adding to this her long-range capabilities and self-sufficiency (large water-maker and big freezer) you are left with no doubt about her passage-making capabilities. Top this off again with the Hydraulic Pot hauler and live tank setup, many redundancies, and you can see the type of cruising the designer was thinking of. She is equipped with the most modern conveniences, yet her surroundings remain refreshingly traditional.
Arthur Budd Tasmania.
52' 0" - 15.85m
Hino 10 Litre (approx 200HP) Slow revving (1800 RPM Max) and designed as a low RPM/High Torque engine (similar style to Gardiner). Used extensively as workboat engines.
Twin Disc gearbox 3:1 ratio, installed by David Duffin (D & M Marine).
Cruise: 8-8.5kts, Max 10kts. Estimated fuel consumption: 15-20L at cruising speeds and 30L/hr at maximum revs.
Engine room located under cabin sole, with excellent access from the aft deck raised lazarette hatch, via a watertight bulkhead. Well-lit, large engine room to delight an engineer with engine access on all sides and all systems and tanks very well designed and accessible. Noise attenuation has been carefully engineered into this space.
Water cool exhaust manifold fitted June 2016.
240V backup hydraulic pump fitted Dec 2014.
Fresh water tap and hand basin fitted Apr 2019.
Water maker fitted 240L/hr Apr 2019.
New engine room exhaust blower Feb 2017.
15-20L at cruising speeds and 30L/hr at maximum revs.
Kubota 13.5kVa operates at 1500 RPM, 3 phase capacity - E-stop fitted June 2016.
Approx 6000L in two tanks plus 320L day tank.
Interior coachwork has been done in a light European Beech giving a modern styling feel that is current today. Leather look headlining throughout with recessed downlights. Entering forward through the main rear doorway, out of the aft cockpit, you walk through the large galley (more fully described below) into the saloon to port and the substantial comprehensively equipped helm station to starboard. The saloon features L shaped seating, around a lovely timber dining table. This can double as a sea-berth if the need arises and is a nice place to be close to the skipper while doing watches. Storage under seating and excellent visibility from here through the large sliding windows, port and starboard, and forward out onto the foredeck. She has toughened glass windows to survey standard. The helm station has everything at hand for the skipper, and features a sliding companionway door out onto the starboard side deck for quick access forward or aft. The quality helm chair will make time at the helm a pleasure. As you come down the internal stairs to a second entertainment come sitting area you find a second settee and table to starboard, with two single bunks to port. Forward of the port berths are located draws and a locker. Two large deck hatches provide lighting and allow for good air movement throughout. The access forward again is through a watertight bulkhead to a spacious, well-lit cabin housing four single berths and a fifth smaller berth forward again. This bunk can be used as bulky storage area for when there is a full crew aboard.
Moving back through second saloon and to starboard of the stairs leading down from the main saloon and galley, is the access into the master cabin featuring a large double berth to port and full ensuite to starboard, all finished in beech with an impressive amount of stowage in drawers and hanging lockers throughout.
The luxurious ensuite features beech and black granite and is lit by portlights. Headroom: 6ft 6in. Extensive storage is a feature throughout the vessel.
Outside the wide decks are protected by high bulwarks and stainless handrails. Side decks are covered by a solid roof that can be used as more storage for extra dinghies and surfboards/kyaks. The hatch on the centre storage locker on fore-deck opens up to provide stair treads up onto the coachroof. There are large lockers either side of this as well and portside is plumbed for live well and ready to connect. The open fore-deck allows easy movement forward to anchor station or the huge forward lazarette locker. Plenty of room in here for spare rode, chain and anchors.
Back on deck and down either side through to the aft cockpit you have the rear lazarette locker to starboard of amidships, leading down into the storage area below and access to the engine room. The dedicated dinghy crane is right on centre-line and the opening gate to port on the stern leads down to the duckboard. Substantial davits hold the current dinghy well above the duckboard and out of harms way in a following sea. Down into the lazarette you find the large freezer to port with another storage locker that could be converted to a freezer (currently being used for bulky storage). Plenty of room down here for fishing gear and any toys/tools/spares and cruising gear. Move on forward into the engine room and you can see the attention to detail that has been put into this build. Everything is as it should be and has been well planned in the initial build. Additions by current owner have been done in the same vane and complement the already impressive layout.
The large galley is to starboard and features black "Granite Transformations" benchtop with twin stainless sinks and drainer.
Flush-mount four-burner gas stove with extractor fan above.
Built-in SAGI electric oven with fan bake and grill.
Generous stowage in drawers and cupboards.
Refrigeration Large Domestic upright Fridge/Freezer in galley (260L). (new 04-2019)
240V water pump (April 2019).
Plenty of room for day to day cold stores in the domestic upright Fridge/Freezer in galley (260L).
Longer term cold storage provided by the industrial sized 240v Freezer and large capacity ice box in Lazarette.
Flush-mount four-burner gas stove with extractor fan above. Built-in SAGI electric oven with Fan bake and grill.
Watermaker fitted March 2019, capacity 240L/hr.
40L hot water system.
Two: one x internal ensuite to owners cabin and one external accessed off rear deck for guests.
Two: one x internal marine with macerator, one x external standard household type to holding tank, accessed off rear deck.
TV/DVD in second sitting area, Fusion music delivered through BOSE sound system throughout boat.
Chubb fire suppression system wired to Engine room.
Deckwash and firehose.
406 EPIRB (April 2019).
Man overboard sling.
Assorted life jackets, both standard and inflatable.
First Aid Kits x 2.
Lanyard and harness.
Lazyjacks for main sail.
Assorted Wet weather gear.
Floating strobe light, and personal Mobi RescueMe device.
New pack of flares.
Bilge pump off main engine with 240v back up pump, plus hydraulic pump fitted Dec 2014.
Starting battery bank.
House battery bank (June 2016).
Genset starting battery.
Solar Panels fitted 4 x 80W (June 2016).
Separate radio battery with separate battery charger.
3.5kW Enerdrive inverter (Dec 2019).
Xantrex battery charger used as back up if anything goes wrong with inverter/charger.
Wired throughout for 240V from shore or genset.
LED lighting throughout.
Wheel and Joystick steering.
Rayarine chartplotter (June 2016).
Furono FCV1100L dual frequency colour sounder.
Raymarine depthsounder displayed on chart plotter multi function screen (June 2016).
Personal AIS beacons x 2 (June 2016).
Raymarine autopilot (June 2016).
New unit VHF specification (June 2016).
Fusion AM/FM/CD (June 2016) Bluetooth connection and accessible from multi function screen.
JRC JSB196 HF Radio (requires repair).
CCTV fitted for rear deck and engine room - viewed via multi function screen (June 2016).
Digitec UHF 2 handsets.
Fischer ship's barometer and clock.
Aluminium mast and boom with double spreader rig.
Sails in good condition.
Mainsail with lazyjacks
Hank on foresail with sheets back to bulwarks.
Running rigging to set jib and main sail (Dec 2014).
Arco 45ST halyard winch.
Hyab 1.3 tonne crane.
Commercial hydraulic pothauler with external control on deck just outside of the helm station.
Commercial-sized spotlight over aft deck.
Live tank on foredeck.
Dinghy platform (aluminium).
Portable twin tub washing machine.
Boarding platform (aluminium).
Lewmar hatches x 4.
From the aft deck, a boarding ladder leads to the alloy boarding platform. An alloy dinghy rack and HYAB make stowing a tender a simple operation.
Clean foredeck wth on-deck storage in the form of two lockers and a central live tank. The lid of this opens back to form stairs for access to cabin top.
Painted in Wattyl system. All external and internal surfaces in immaculate condition. Refer to Wattyl case study brochure, available on request.
Captain's area forward of galley includes stainless steel wheel, and Isringhausen Helmchair.
Large Stainless Steel mooring bollards on decks.
Stainless Steel grab rails around decks form bow to stern.
Assorted mooring lines.
As you can see from the images attached and the detailed inventory, this vessel will be equally at home cruising the colder waters to our south looking for those private anchorages this coastline provides or just as happy searching for the elusive break in Indonesia or out into the Pacific. With room aboard to allow for plenty of takers when she sets off, we feel she will lend herself to this style of cruising. Owner/skipper or crewed trips will be possible with the right planning and permits put in place by her new owner. Similarly, she will be at home with just her new owners happily cruising wherever they feel the need to explore. We have detailed specifications available on her build that can be viewed aboard at time of inspection.
Yachtdomain is proud to offer this purpose built passage maker, designed and constructed to the highest standards to effectively deal with the realities of ocean voyaging and long term live-aboard. Fully weather protected helm station, low maintenance exterior, extremely functional interior, lots of storage space both on deck and below. These are just some of the features built into her design. She comes highly recommended for the serious offshore cruiser. Here is the opportunity you have been waiting for. Please contact Rob Devers from Yachtdomain on +61 407 112 265 or via email at rob@yachtdomain. Com for further information or to make an appointment with a view to arrange an inspection on this very special vessel.
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.