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|Aangeboden door||YBC Langkawi|
LAULE'A was bought in 1998 by her present owner who immediately set upon an extensive structural refit. He considered that the yacht had not been built exactly to plan in terms of tabbing all bed flats and bulkheads to the hull. A year later and having used 55 gallons of West Epoxy and 250 pounds of biaxial cloth Will had the stiffest Perry 47 ! In the process the bow forward of the chain locker bulkhead was reinforced with G10 linen epoxy board in 1/4 and 1/2 inch thicknesses. He also improved the hull / deck joint by reinforcing the bulwarks with 3M 5200 polyurethane glued wood stringers, had been hollow before.
Excellent deck hardware, LEISURE FURL in boom fully battened main furling system plus an excellent cruising sail wardrobe and many other great cruising yacht items were installed for the upcoming adventures. LAULE'A carried her crew from California to SE Asia and ceased cruising here in 2015. She has been stored ashore, had a complete re paint in 2019 and is now actively for sale. With the excellent structural improvements, her size, type and price LAULE'A should have appeal to a large audience and we can recommend your early inspections. For the right deal Will will return to the yacht to recommission her for launching with her new owner.
|Lengte over alles||14.2m|
|Drinkwatertank||2 x 1135.62 l (Roestvast Staal)|
|Brandstoftank||6 x 946.35 l (Aluminium)|
|Afvalwatertank||1 x 189.27 l (Polyester)|
|Vermogen in Pk||85pk|
Entry from cockpit with galley area on port side, with double SS sink, refer, freezer, stove area and generous counter working area. On starboard side a sit-down chart table in navigator’s area with ample room for radios and equipment. Ahead of navigator’s area is a 6’6” settee with dining area on port side serving as a pilot berth. A “Hi-Lo” table converts dining area into a double berth. Teak and teak veneer finished in all areas. Corian counter tops in galley and wash basin counters in heads.
Two V berths with hanging lockers and drawers for storage. A door for privacy with separate door entry to forward head. 50 gallon waste holding tank for forward head only.
Queen size double berth (66”x80”), hanging locker, drawers, shelves and private head, walk way through engine area for access to main salon. Access to engine workshop through aft head with hatch into cockpit.
All interior of teak veneer with solid teak cabinet doors and trim. Painted areas inside lockers and exposed hull, as well as overhead areas give interior a light and airy look, combined with both opening and fixed ports. Four opening deck hatches, with Lexan inserts adds to the lighting and ventilation. Teak and holly deck over entire cabin sole with sole hatches for bilge access. Hull is insulated with foam above the sole plate.
One hot and cold shower in each bathroom.
Water heater operates from engine when powering or 120 or 240 Volt A/C at dockside or from genset. 12v manually and timer operated sump pumps.
Two manual RARITAN PH heads, one in aft cabin and one forward for use from main salon and forward area. 50 gallon waste holding tank for forward head only.
12V electric water pressure system, for hot and cold water in galley and two head sinks and showers (Shurflo 2088-712 -244 3.8 gpm pump).
9 cubic foot fridge and freezer, top loading, 3” insulation with 1” vacuum panels. 12 volt Seafrost DC5000 sea water cooled compressor with separate holding plates in freezer and fridge.
Two 12 volt house banks. Windlass is powered off both banks combined or either bank.
Battery Bank 1 consists of two 150AH 12v POWERBATT Rechargeable VRLA sealed lead acid AGM batteries
Battery box located mid ship bilge just aft of mast. Constructed of glass covered marine plywood.
Box Dimensions: 21.5”L x 17.5”W x 11”H (54.5L x 44.5W x 28H) cm
Battery Bank 2 consists of two 250AH 12v POWERBATT Rechargeable VRLA sealed lead acid AGM batteries.
Battery box located mid ship bilge in front of forward head. Constructed of glass covered marine plywood.
Dimensions: 21.5”L x 22”W x 11”H (54.5L x 56W x 28H) cm
350 amp fuse located next to box.
ROBERTSON AP20 autopilot (linear drive, hydraulic steering).
Autopilot Display and Scanning Sonar display on EDISON helm pod. RAYMARINE MFD display on EDISON support frame port side.
ICOM M802 HF radio.
Computer integrated navigation system. Electronic Charts covering the world. Computers are connected to GPS, Autopilot and Wind and Speed Instruments and are able to steer the boat to a chart plotted course calculating set and drift. Paper charts and sextant onboard.
Ford Lehman diesel engine with 2.57:1 hydraulic reverse/reduction 2.57:1 reduction, velvet drive Model 10-17-012.
Kubota / Dayton 220/110VAC 60Hz 4KW diesel genset.
Two fresh water tanks of stainless steel, starboard and port, with a total capacity of 300 U.S. gallons. Six fuel tanks of approximately 50 gallons with a total capacity of 250 U.S. gallons.
White painted aluminium masthead cutter rig. 304 stainless 1x19 standing rigging with NORSEMAN and STALOC terminals. 3/8” backstay, 7/16" forestay, 5/16” staysail stay, 3/8” upper (2) and lower (4) shrouds. ½ ” rope running backstays (2).
LEISURE FURL 18’ furling boom with fully battened main sail. DUTCHMAN Boom Brake. VANG MASTER VM7 pneumatic rigid boom vang.
Spinnaker pole, 20’ forespar, two spinnaker halyards, one spinnaker pole topping lift. Mast front spinnaker car 1¼” T track with control lines and sufficient hoist to store spinnaker pole on mast front.
Reaching strut with pad eyes on each side of mast and two on rail near bow.
Mast mounted tricolour, strobe, steaming, foredeck and spreader lights.
Cockpit: Two Primary sheet winches - 2 Speed #32ST Barlow, Two Secondary sheet winches - Bosch electric drives on 2 Speed Barlow #28ST, Two Furling winches mounted on each side of companionway entry - 2 Speed Barlow #19
Mast: One Barlow #20 Staysail Halyard winch, One Barlow #25 Jib and Spinnaker Halyard winch
Harken 680-10 genoa tracks and Harken 587 lead cars on port and starboard bulwarks allow jib sheet adjustment under wind load.
Aluminum staysail 1 ¼" T tracks on coach roof.
Bronze ports – opening 7 aft and 4 forward. Four opening hatches in cabin tops, one in V berth 30”x30”, two in salon 23”x23” and one in aft cabin 23”x23”. 3/16” Lexan Polycarbonate inserts.
Bow and cockpit wash-down outlets. Switchable between raw and fresh water. Powered by two 12v Shurflo 2088-534-344 pumps in parallel
High-capacity gasoline powered emergency bilge pump. Two-inch intake hose.
121.5MH Man Overboard personal transmitter with McMurdo onboard 121.5MH Man Overboard Surveillance Receiver with alarm
FIORENTINO Offshore Para-Anchor - 18 foot diameter Sea Anchor with 600 feet of braided nylon ¾” rode
FIORENTINO Stern Drogue
4 Inflatable PFDs
2 COMMANDER cold water immersion suits
Saloon fixed ports are reinforced with 3/8” thick Lexan storm windows attached 4” on center with through bolted ss fasteners.