An Ocean 75 ketch refitted in 2002/3 and by far the best we've ever seen. White GRP hull, deck and coachroof, teak laid deck. Her spars, adapted with Harken tracks and cars and with beautifully fashioned stainless steel hardware, glisten with flawless Awlgrip, as does her superstructure. Her interior joinery of sycamore and elm looks new. She is simply astonishing!
Owner's full width stateroom aft, plus 3 twin guest cabins and 1 x twin and 1 x single crew cabins.
Her equipment includes Volvo 180hp diesel engine, 3 x generators, bow thruster, air conditioning, water maker, Novamarine RH400 RIB with 40hp Mercury.
All spars have had close attention with removal of hardware for painting. The mainmast vang bracket is of new stainless steel to an improved design. A Harken track for luff cars has been fitted to suit the new fully battened mainsail. The beautifully crafted mizzen on-deck step serves several functions. A new addition is a stainless steel folding A-frame crutch on the coachroof which supports the boom when deployed and then folds down flat to stow. Original fittings include an anchor wash system on the bow pulpit with stainless steel water supply tubing. A small thing to mention? Not when the anchor comes up covered in mud! Electrical wiring for the running lights on the pulpit passes along a second stainless steel tube. Stainless steel strainers for deck water are flush with the teak deck, covering the scuppers which are integral within the hull. 2 large deck boxes accommodate to port the gas bottles and to strawboard general stowage. There are chocks for the tender on the foredeck.
A major feature of SAQUILA is the attention given to ventilation prior to build. This includes integral Dorade vents in the main coachroof to serve the saloon. There is other ventilation to the Master Stateroom and head/shower, crew quarters and galley, engine room and batteries. There are 8 opening windows and 9 Lewmar deck hatches.
SAQUILA's deck arrangements centre round her comfortable and well sheltered cockpit which is easy to enter from the side decks. The steering pedestal is at the aft end of the cockpit with instrument dials on a neat console. Other instrument repeaters are located beneath the sprayhood just forward of the main sliding hatch. To helm SAQUILA is a joy. Her Whitlock mechanical steering system delivers the feel which sailing is all about. Two teak decked locker lids on the aft deck open to reveal stowage space and the two Whisper generators.
SAQUILA's accommodation, thanks to an abundance of windows and hatches and the choice of the light hued sycamore and elm joinery provides an impression of space and quality. In present ownership a third twin guest cabin has been cleverly installed to port of the engine. Headroom is good throughout the yacht.
A clever and very sensible feature is the positioning of a good flashlight beneath each of three steps of the companion ladder at the main accommodation hatch. This further underlines the thought which has been put into SAQUILA and her systems.
SAQUILA is a yacht which may be bought and cruised without a need to catch up on a previous owner's maintenance "economies". She's good-looking and with a pleasing sheer line. At her price, she offers really exceptional value. We like her very much, and urge you to inspect.
White Awlgrip painted GRP hull, deck and coachroof; forward and main companionway hatches. GRP bulwarks with broad teak cappings. Laid teak over deck. 2 x teak deck box lockers for 6 gas bottlers (port) and general stowage (starboard). Self-draining cockpit with laid teak over seats and sole. Laid teak-faced hatch in cockpit sole accesses engine room. Opening gates in cockpit coaming port and starboard.
Encapsulated lead fin keel. Internal trimming ballast moulded in on starboard side to compensate for generator and galley. Skeg hung rudder. Teak wheel with Whitlock rod and gear steering system.
Interior joinery: sycamore and elm panelling with teak trim. Teak-faced plywood cabin soles.
Main entry sliding-top hatch has 2 vertical drop-boards: one of teak/teak-faced plywood, second is metal framed clear acrylic. The boards independently drop down to stow in adjacent slots.
Stainless steel tube framed sprayhood over main entry with ingenious facility to remove the fabric hood.
Custom designed and fabricated stainless steel main boom support crutch. Folds down flat to coachroof when sailing.
Sliding fore hatch over crew quarters and fixed teak ladder to deck.
9 x Lewmar deck hatches
Stainless steel framed windows in forward coachroof and one in aft end of aft coachroof
4 x opening windows in cockpit well
2 x opening windows in each side of aft superstructure
6 x stainless steel strainers over margin plank scuppers.
Mushroom ventilators: 2 on foredeck, 2 on aft deck, 3 in aft superstructure
2 x chromed air scoops by mizzen mast step
4 x deck prisms set into foredeck.
4 x pad eye sockets in way of mainmast
4 x stainless steel enclosed fairleads in bulwarks.
4 x stainless steel fairleads.
6 x sets large mooring bitts: fwd, midships, aft.
Stainless steel stem head fitting with twin rollers and attachment for headsail furler
Stainless steel pulpit with teak seat and P&S lights attached on bracket
2 x double rail quarter guards with gate between. Stainless Steel quarter guards each with a vertical wood pad - port for outboard motor stowage, starboard for EPIRB. Sockets for ensign staff and sport-fishing rods
Stainless steel stanchion bases and stanchions, braced at gates to port and starboard.
Stainless steel mizzen mast step on aft coachroof astern of cockpit above stainless steel tube compression strut, which passes through Master Stateroom to stand on hull centreline.
2 x aluminium headsail tracks (mounted on cap rails P&S) each with roller car and slider
2 x Lewmar stainless steel staysail tracks each with roller car
Lewmar X-section alloy mainsheet track with Lewmar roller car and end stops on coachroof ahead of sprayhood.
Lewmar stainless steel mizzen track on aft deck immediately aft of superstructure
4 x large stainless steel foot blocks on substantial laminated teak plinths.
Cockpit coaming: 2 x 700ST hydraulic primary winches.
2 x 65ST staysail sheets
2 x 55ST running backstay
Main hatch (under sprayhood to starboard)
1 x 48ST mainsheet track control
Deck at main mast 1 x 58ST
Main mast 5 x 44ST
2 x 40
1 x 48ST
Mizzen mast 4 x 34ST
4 x winch handles
2003 Sanguinetti horizontal 2500W electric anchor windlass with chain gypsy and
warping drum. Manual control or by foot switch
Bruce 75kg anchor with 60m stainless steel chain and 75m galvanised chain (last galvanised 2003)
CQR 50kg anchor with 20m chain
Warps and fenders
Spars are all painted white Awlgrip to a very high standard. All standing rigging is 1x19 stainless steel wire.
Main mast by John Powell. Aluminium. Keel stepped, 2 spreader rig with forestay and inner forestay, cap shrouds and intermediate shrouds. Both forestays carry roller furling foils. The main forestay has a Reckmann hydraulic furler. The inner stay furler has an electric powered Bamar MEJ unit. Fore and aft lower shrouds. Standing backstay to mizzen step. PBO runners to shrouded Antal blocks. Harken luff track and car for mainsail. Spinnaker pole is stowed to fore side of mast on Harken track and car. Boom gooseneck fitting to mast and securing plate/swivel for Bamar boom vang are made in stainless steel to an impressive standard.
Mainsail boom is set up for slab reefing with lazy jacks and is dressed with a permanently fitted "catcher" sail bag.
Mizzen mast by Velscaf srl, Genova, Italy (2012). Aluminium. Deck stepped single spreader rig Spreaders are swept back and the intermediate shrouds pass over them. Cap shrouds run directly to the masthead. Fore and aft lower shrouds. "Parrot perch" single strut to fore side of mast with single diagonal shroud. Twin standing backstays from masthead to transom corners. Stainless steel bracket to fore side of mast for radar scanner.
Mizzen boom is set up for slab reefing and is dressed with permanently fitted "catcher" sail bag.
Lewmar Commander 5 System hydraulics for genoa roller furler and primaries
By OneSails Italy (2003)
Fully battened mainsail
Roller furling genoa
Roller furling staysail
Genniker - 3600ft2
All Spectra except genniker
Dacron storm jib
Easy Stow main and mizzen sail covers (remain on booms).
Volvo Penta 180hp diesel (2008)
Flexible engine mounts.
Borg Warner Velvet Drive 2:1 reduction hydraulic gearbox.
Gearbox oil pressure and temperature alarms.
Monel shaft with seawater lubricated cutless bearing.
MaxProp V2 630mm propeller
Spare fixed propeller
Hydraulic disc type shaft brake
Engine access is via a flush teak hatch in the cockpit sole and via removable panels in the aft passageway.
MAX MARINE, Model T.A.S.I. Fire fighting system, R.I.N.A. approved. Dir. 059/99, in engine room.
Kohler 13kW generator.
2 x Whisper 1.3kW generators in lazarette (start off service batteries)
2 x Victron Energy 80Ah battery chargers/isolation transformer for 220/240V shorepower
Victron Energy 3000V inverter (2008)
2 x 12V 100Ah for main engine (2008)
1 x 12V 100Ah for Kohler generator start
12 x 2V (= 24V) 850Ah lead/acid for service (2010)
2 x 12V 100Ah lead-acid for bow thruster (2008)
Port and starboard navigation lights
Masthead tri-colour/steaming light
Deck lights under spreaders
Sea Recovery watermaker - output 4000 litres per day
Condaria air conditioning 36,000BTU
Vetus 11kW bow thruster in 300mm tube
Fuel: 2000 litres integral grp tanks
Fresh water: 2000 litres integral grp tanks
Black water: 500 litres
Grey water: 350 litres integral grp tanks
Hot water: 100 litres
Brookes & Gatehouse Hydra 2 multi-system: echo sounder, log/speed meter, wind speed, wind direction and compass. 20/20 display at main entry hatch under spray hood.
Furuno radar with scanner on bracket to fore side of mizzen mast
Robertson AP22 autopilot
Lorenz C-Map NT Starlight Plus - displays in nav. area and at helm
Shipmate RS400 VHF radio
Thrane & Thrane satcom for voice/internet connection
Skanti SSB (not usable, retained in place simply to fill bulkhead recess)
VEB Seimgeratebau barograph.
5 Kelvin Hughes barometer.
2 x Kelvin Hughes chronometers
LG 28 plasma TV
2 x waterproof speakers in cockpit
LG TV in crew mess
2003 Novamarine RH 400 tender
2003 Mercury 40hp outboard motor
Stainless steel framed, teak stepped, folding boarding ladder. Can be deployed either P&S in fitted sockets by gate in guardrails
Teak grating passerelle with stainless steel stanchions and attachment fitting
Deck cockpit awning
Blue towelling covered sun mattresses
Varnished teak dining table hinged to steering pedestal
Hydra 12 person liferaft, canister packed. Stowed in teak cradle by mainmast. Blue fabric cover
McMurdo EPIRB mounted on quarter guard wood pad
2 x horseshoe lifebuoys, orange in white fabric covers, mounted on guard rails.
Circular orange lifebuoy mounted on fwd starboard guardrail
Emergency tiller in lazarette with screw cover plate on aft coachroof to access rudder stock
MAX MARINE, Model T.A.S.I. Fire fighting system, date 2002, R.I.N.A. approved, Dir. 059/99, in engine room.
Various hand-held fire extinguishers
3 x good torches, each clipped beneath a separate step of the accommodation ladder, within reach from the cockpit
5 x stainless steel fixed hoops to lower part of cockpit well for safety harness attachment
8 x semi-inflatable lifejackets
3 x full offshore life jackets
3 x foam type child's life jackets
Alpes Inox gas/electric gimballed cooker.
Double stainless steel sink.
2 x 110 litres large top-opening freezers.
2 x 120 litres refrigerators.
2 x drinks refrigerators in saloon - total 50 litres
Candy washing machine in fo'c'sle
3 x WCs.
Features one crew berth to port, with lockers above and below. Washing machine to starboard.
Leading aft to a separate crew head/ shower compartment with wash basin and mirror to starboard and head to port. Vertical steps to forehatch on aft bulkhead
Aft to starboard, with a table with banquette seats either end, and a single stool. The table may be adapted to form a single berth. Ample storage.
To port of crew dinette, and closed off by sliding doors. Finished in sycamore. Features single lower berth and double upper berth, writing table, ample storage space in lockers, mirror and washbasin.
Port Guest Cabin:
Finished in sycamore. Single lower berth and double upper berth, hanging locker, stool, storage space, wash basin, mirror.
Across the passageway to starboard is the spacious Guest Head/Shower with shower stall, head, wash basin and mirror. This shared with the:
Starboard Guest Cabin:
Finished in sycamore. Single lower berth and wider single upper berth, hanging locker, storage lockers, a wash basin and mirror.
Situated opposite the starboard guest cabin. Generous storage space in lockers. May be closed off by a sliding door.
Two steps lead up into the Saloon:
Well-lit by generous window area and finished in sycamore. Gimballed sycamore dining table to port on a stainless steel base; folds to form coffee table. Generous storage space beneath banquette seating on port side. Seating is for eight people around the dining table when employing three aluminium folding chairs which can be removed and specially stowed. Small drinks refrigerators on either side of the opening to the forward passageway. Settee in forward starboard corner with wine stowage beneath
To starboard aft corner of the saloon.
3rd Guest Cabin is accessed from the port aft corner of the saloon. Upper and lower single berths. Cupboard with small chest of drawers beneath.
Runs right aft from saloon between navigation station and companionway steps to the Master Stateroom. To its inboard side, large panels may easily be lifted out for excellent access to the engine room. To the outboard side are twin doors which when opened reveal the well appointed Master head/shower compartment, and at the same time isolate that compartment from the forward and aft sections of the passageway. To the aft end of the passageway, at its outboard side, is a heated/vented locker for foul weather gear.
Master Stateroom Head/Shower Compartment:
Shower stall with teak seat and sole grating, wash basin, head and extractor fan.
Accessed by door from the aft passageway. Finished in elm and occupying the full beam of the yacht. Large double berth to port and a single berth to starboard. Dressing table with stool. Large mirror. Two hanging wardrobes; one with full length mirror. Ten drawers and various lockers provide ample storage space. The stateroom is well-lit by natural light.
BERTH DIMENSIONS & HEADROOMS
SALOON HEADROOM 2.20m
SMALL TWIN CABIN OFF SALOON headroom 2m
Widths @ mid length 72cm
MASTER STATEROOM HEAD/SHOWER headroom 1.85m in shower
MASTER STATEROOM headroom 1.9m
Double berth length 1.96m
Width @ mid 1.47m
Max width @ head 65cm
Single berth length 2m
AFT PASSAGEWAY 1.85m
FWD PASSAGEWAY headroom 1.90m
GALLEY headroom 1.94m
STARBOARD TWIN CABIN headrooom 1.92m
Width @ 86cm
Width @ 56cm
PORT TWIN CABIN headroom 2.01m
Width @ mid 94cm
Width @ head 1.09m
Width @ mid 58cm
Width @ head 66cm
STARBOARD HEAD/SHOWER headroom 1.85m
CREW MESS headroom 1.86m
PORT CREW TWIN CABIN headroom 1.86m
Width @ mid 94cm
Width @ mid 64cm
CREW HEAD SHOWER 1.84m under closed hatch
FOC'S'LE CABIN headroom 1.68m
Width @ mid 58cm
Nicolle Associates 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.
Saltmakers House, Hamble Point Marina
School Lane, Hamble