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This Fast Cruiser/Racer from John Lidgard of New Zealand is of a rare & highly desirable hybrid construction type using the exceptional Kauri cold-molding construction protocol: 1&1/2" with double reinforcing 45 degree cross lamination of 1/4" layers for a total thickness of 1.5+ inches then glassed over on the outside. This rare wood, not subject to dry rot & fully epoxy saturated & encapsulated in this construction type. Rigging was all re rigged in 2010 by Glen Hanson from San Francisco. Brass thu hulls and all new rewiring done in 2010. New bottom paint done Nov 2015. 2015 survey upon request. And for an added bonus the slip has been paid through March 2018.
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Office In Mexico (322) 297 2249
Mobile In Mexico 044 (322)779 7526
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The separate aft owner's queen berth stateroom with attached head is accessed via a companionway aft and hallway from the main salon and has additional auxiliary captain's access to the helm. This is in addition to the main access to the helm via the mid-ship cockpit and companionway and provides the captain with immediate access to the helm.
A permanently added compartment for a dive compressor also contains indoor drainage space for wet suits and diving equipment. The galley to starboard has appliances, counter tops and an abundance of cabinets for storage with daytime and night time lighting. A new refrigeration unit in the galley is driving from a compressor conveniently housed in its own insulated and ventilated unit in the engine room.
The main salon shares its space with the navigation station housing Communication and Electronics. The salon is fitted with Settees, beautiful dinette and ample storage.
The engine and machine space is under the middle cockpit sole with routine access thru side doors and additional access behind companionway to front of engine.
Port and aft of the salon is a stateroom with bunk, 4 draw chest and hanging locker. Controls for the wind generator and solar panels are also found in this area, together with separate and isolated AC and DC control systems, and further storage space.
Forward of the salon and mid ship is a third stateroom with double bunk, hanging locker, cabinet chest and 4 draws under the bed. Large further storage area under the bunk.
Next is the second head, which is electric with an automated cycle to ensure optimum evacuation and minimum maintenance, feeding a Lechrasan purification unit which provides pollution-free waste treatment. The separate shower room is fitted with automatic return overboard.
Forward are crew quarters with 2 bunks on starboard with drawers underneath and a further bunk on the port. Below the port bunk is a bunk that has been converted to provide bottled water storage, a high capacity watermaker, and a workshop bench area.
A large forward storage area provides ample room for the sail set and spare lines as well as standing space for the portable generator, folding bicycles and other portable equipment. There is a large sun hatch for added light and easy access to the sails.
The rare double cockpit arrangement of this boat provides advantages both at sea and at port or anchor. At sea it allows the captain space and visibility to control the boat in comport from the helm while all the lines are handled by crew in the midship cockpit. Alternatively the vessel can be single handed from the midship cockpit while on auto-helm, the line flow having been redesigned since the boat's pedigree racing background to allow all lines to be controlled by a single person when desired. At anchor or at port, living and entertainment space is provided by the center cockpit, which is large and roomy. The aft cockpit is ideal for fishing, swimming and diving access, handling the dinghy, and raising supplies on the fitted crane arm.
The radar arch over the aft cockpit houses more than 1000 watts of solar panels, as well as various antennas and the dinghy davits. A further self standing 3m pole, incorporated anchor and emergency lights are hinged at its base to allow easy fitting of antenna equipment and maintenance of the wind generator that is fitted at its apex. The spacious lazarettes in the aft cockpit include fitted positions for 3 dive tanks, 2 propane tanks with automatic changeover, 3 large gasoline jerry cans and emergency equipment.
Paradise Village Marina
Paseo de los Cocoteros #001 Local 15