Mary Jewel has been hauled painted with fresh antifouling and polished and inspected by a marine surveyor dated 4 September 2016. A copy of this report is available on request.
HUGE PRICE DROP.
$20,000 has been taken off the asking price.
This Beneteau Cyclades 50 has a rare layout with an owners master suite conversion forward offering a Cal king size bed with access space each side and private head. In addition there are two double cabins and two bunk berths, ideal for larger groups looking for spacious room while not giving up any sailing ability. A superb sailing vessel, Mary Jewell won the 2014 BVI Spring Regatta.
This Beneteau Cyclades 50 is very spacious, bright and well-ventilated. The forward cabin has a California King bed with ensuite shower and head. There are two double cabins and a third cabin with twin bunks . All cabins have easy access to the two additional showers and heads onboard. There is also a basic crew room forward in the bow with its own sink and toilet.
There is a well laid out galley area that has great counter top space with enough room for all the galley slaves to join in to do the catering! The galley comes fully equipped with double sinks, stove and two roomy engine driven fridges. Dine in the large salon or at the cockpit tables.
Plenty of large opening hatches and cabin fans allow the gentle breezes of the Caribbean through to ensure a good night’s sleep. The L shaped saloon seating has plenty of room for all the crew.
A separate chart table enables unhindered navigational planning.Exterior Features
Two helms in the very spacious cockpit ensures great visibility to the helmsman whilst the crew can enjoy the shade under the bimini in the long cockpit.
There is a great open swim platform at the stern, with a swim ladder to provide easy access to the water.
There is plenty of deck space on which to relax and enjoy end of the day.
The main sail is battened with lazy jacks and stack pack, the genoa is roller furling.
An electric windlass makes for easy anchoring in the beautiful bays.
I : 59.75 ft
J : 17.75 ft
P : 54.50 ft
E : 19.25 ft
ENGINE: ‘Yanmar 4JH4-HTE’ turbo charged four-cylinder diesel engine.
Engine Number: E21161
80.9kW @ 3200 RPM (Maximum) / 73.6kW @ 3101 RPM (Continuous)
GEARBOX: ‘Hurth ZF30M’ iA: 2,15 iB: 2,63
DESIGNED BOAT SPEED: 8 knots.
ENGINE COOLING: Fresh water cooled, through a heat exchanger.
ENGINE EXHAUST: Wet exhaust. Mixing elbow to a plastic ‘Vetus’ waterlock, through looped reinforced exhaust hosing to a stainless skin fitting.
COMPRESSORS & ALTERNATORS FITTED: A single 80A alternator.
SHAFT & COUPLINGS: Stainless steel shaft to a rigid gearbox coupling.
PROPELLER SHAFT SEAL: ‘Volvo Penta’ shaft seal.
FUEL FILTERS: ‘Racor 500MA’ primary filter / water separator.
PROPELLER: Three bladed fixed bronze propeller + a rope cutter.
P. BRACKET / STRUT / CUTLASS BEARING: External fiberglass strut with a cutlass bearing.
ENGINE STOP: Electric.
PANEL & ALARMS: ‘Yanmar’ engine panel with tachometer & alarms.
ENGINE CONTROLS: ‘Morse’ cables.
WATER TANKS: 256 US gallons / 970lt in 3 plastic tanks – 1 x 330lt forward + 2 x 320lt tanks amidships.
DIESEL: 106 US gallons / 400lt in two 200lt plastic tanks under the aft bunks.
HOLDING TANKS: 3 x 73lt / 20-gallon plastic tanks. Gravity drain or shore pump out.
HOT WATER: 10 gallon ‘Quick Nautic Boiler 40’ water heater – water heated via the engine heat exchanger or 110v.
MARINE SANITATION DEVICES: 4 ‘Jabsco’ piston type manual marine toilets.
PRESSURIZED FRESH WATER SYSTEM: 1 x ‘Par-Max 3’ 3,5 GPM / 40 PSI diaphragm pump + accumulator tank.
DEWATERING SYSTEMS – Electric: ‘Rule-Mate 1100’ 1100 GPH automatic submersible bilge pump.
Manual: 1 x ‘Plastimo 925’ pump (40 LPM) – cockpit.
High Water alarm: None.
COOKING GAS: 2 x 10lb aluminum propane tanks in a dedicated transom locker.
SEACOCKS: Bronze and plastic ballvalve type seacocks.
PIPING & HOSE CLAMPS – Diesel: Approved fuel hose.
Propane: Approved flexible propane hose.
Freshwater: Rigid plastic piping.
SHOWERS: 4 – Showers in each head and a cockpit shower.
SHOWER SUMPS & REFRIGERATION PUMP: 4 x ‘Whale Gulper 220’ diaphragm type pumps.
FOOT PUMP (fresh water): A ‘Whale’ pump at the galley sink.
HULL MATERIAL: Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP). The hull is single-skinned below the waterline. The upper hull is balsa sandwich construction with reinforced areas.
COLOR: White gelcoat.
FRAMING: A built-in Internal Grid Unit (IGU) is bonded and laminated to the hull at intervals. Its structural role is to absorb the stresses at pressure points (keel, rudder etc.) and it spreads any loads reducing the strain on the hull. Plywood bulkheads rest in liner recesses and are bonded to the upper hull with fiberglass tabbing. Semi-bulkheads are attached with bonding putty.
DECK & SUPERSTRUCTURE: Composite fiberglass with balsa core and a molded non-skid surface.
HULL to DECK JOINT: The deck is chemically bonded to the hull in a vertical flange. An anodized aluminum cap rail covers this vertical joint.
RUB RAIL: None.
BULKHEADS: Marine plywood.
CEILINGS: White fiberglass moldings.
KEEL: Caste iron fin keel with a bulb.
KEEL BOLTS: Stainless steel.
RUDDER: A fiberglass spade rudder with foam core and a fiberglass rudderstock.
BOW & additions: A raked bow with two stainless steel anchor supports.
STERN & additions: Reverse transom (walk through) with a hinged access hatch / step covering the liferaft storage locker. There are two transom lockers and a hinged stainless steel swim ladder.
THROUGH HULL FITTINGS: Bronze skin fittings with bronze bodied ballvalves. The holding tank drain seacocks and skin fittings are plastic.
DECK HATCHES: 7 ‘Lewmar’ aluminum framed deck hatches.
OPENING PORTLIGHTS: 15 ‘Lewmar’ opening portlights.
COCKPIT SEATS & TRANSOM: Fiberglass moldings.
RIGGED: Sloop rigged with double backstays / fractional rig.
MAST / Make: ‘Z-Spars’
Material: Anodized aluminum.
Spreaders: Two sets of raked spreaders.
Stepped: Deck stepped.
STANDING RIGGING: 1 x 19 stainless steel wire to swaged studs, to open bronze bodied turnbuckles.
RUNNING RIGGING: Braided polyester.
Primaries – 2 x ‘Harken 53’ two speed self-tailing winches.
Cabin top – 1 x ‘Harken 44’ two speed self-tailing winch – (port).
1 x ‘Harken 44’ 12-v / two speed self-tailing winch – (starboard).
GENOA FURLING GEAR: ‘Profurl’ drum and foil on the forestay.
BOOMVANG: Rope purchase.
CHAIN PLATES: Stainless steel chainplates are through-bolted to the sides of the hull.
SAILS – Main.
STORM SAILS: None.
BIMINI & SPRAY DODGER: Cockpit bimini and spray dodger with stainless steel frame, includes roll up sun shade off the bimini.
SAIL COVERS: ‘Stack-pack’ with lazy jacks
DC – SYSTEM: House batteries: 3x Deep cycle marine AGM batteries. 1 under port bunk and 2 under starboard
Engine start battery: 1x AGM battery (forward of the engine).
Circuit Protection Devices: Isolation switches.
Power distribution System: 12v labeled circuit breaker panel.
Volt & Ammeters: Digital voltmeter
Charging system: 80A alternator.
2 x 25A / 110v battery chargers.
REFRIGERATION: ‘Vitrifrigo’ 12-v air-cooled compressor (refrigerator).
‘Vitrifrigo’ 12-v water-cooled compressor (freezer).
USB chargers have been fitted in each cabin
DC outlet in the owners cabins
CD player with both saloon and cockpit speakers
2 speed electric winch fitted for the main halyard
110-volt Battery chargers: 2 x 25A battery charger.
Shore power: 1 x 30A cable.
Outlets: 110-v receptacles.
G.P.S/CHART PLOTTER: ‘Raymarine dragonfly chart plotter
AUTOPILOT: ‘Raymarine ST6002’ with a linear drive.
DEPTH: ‘Raymarine ST60+ Tridata’
WIND: ‘Raymarine ST60+ Wind’
COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS: ‘Raymarine Ray 49’ VHF with a cockpit speaker.
STEERING COMPASSES: 2 x ‘Plastimo’ pedestal type magnetic compasses.
CATHODIC PROTECTION: A zinc anode on the propeller nut.
PERSONAL FLOTATION DEVICES: 11 x offshore adult lifejackets.
THROWABLE DEVICES: 1 Horseshoe lifering with a man overboard light.
SOUND SIGNALS: Manual foghorn.
VISUAL DISTRESS SIGNALS: 4 x red hand flares (Expiry date - 02/2018).
NAVIGATIONAL LIGHTING: Bicolor, stern, steaming and anchor light.
LIFE LINES: Double stainless steel wire through stainless steel stanchions.
FIRST AID KIT: Yes.
FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS: 5 x 2kg dry powder extinguishers.
OTHER: Wooden plugs & fire blanket.
DESCRIPTION: Two wheels – wheel to sprocket, roller chain to stainless steel wire through aluminum directional pulleys to an aluminum quadrant.
EMERGENCY STEERING: A galvanized steel tiller through a deck cap to the rudderstock.
A crew cabin forward – a single bunk with a toilet and basin. Access is via a deck hatch.
A California king forward cabin with a head (toilet & shower) to port and to starboard, saloon with a dining table and settee to starboard, galley to port, navigation station and a head (toilet & shower) to starboard, a cabin with 2 bunks to port and two double quarter berths.
STOVE: ‘Eno’ stainless steel stove – three burners with oven & grill.
LOCATION & LOCKER DESCRIPTION: Dedicated, propane locker in the transom.
VENTILATION: Bottom vent to the side of the hull.
PIPING: Approved flexible propane hose.
SOLENOID & PRESSURE GAUGE: Yes.
STEREO: ‘Clarion CMD6’ FM/AM radio and CD player – interior and cockpit speakers.
New floorboards (2015)
New California King mattress (2015)
New mainsail (2015)
New jib (2014)
New engine controls (2015)
New throttle unit (2015)
New chartplotter (2016)
New Caframo fans (2015)
New USB charging ports (2015)
Interior woodwork refinished (2015)
P.O. Box 920
British Virgin Islands