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SE Yachts UK Ltd
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From '40 Dives and 40 Dishes', (2018)
The MV Salutay war built in 1968 as a private yacht for Fredrick Parks of Baston Deepsea Fisheries. The hull was built in the BIM shipyard in Killybegs, County Donegap, them with engines installed, she was towed to Malahide,, County Dublin for fitting out. At that stage, she was renamed "Judith Parks", after his wife, and was sailed to Grimbsy, which was to be her first homeport...
... We bought the vessel in 1988 at Shamrock Quay, Southampton and sailed her to Phillips boatyard in Dartmouth for a major refit. In 1989 we sailed back to Strangford Lough in Northern Ireland and began our first season operating as a charter vessel running liveaboard diving trips to the Isle of Man and Rathlin Island on the North coast of Ireland...
This Motor yacht has been a commercial vessel, and operating as a charter diving vessel over the last 20+ years. The yacht has thus been kept in immaculate condition and at a commercial standard to satisfying both coding and clients needs over this period. She has a comprehensive kit list. Although not currently coded, this would be a relatively straightforward process for a new buyer so therefore she has potential as a commercial opportunity, with the capability to stay at sea with 10 paying guest and 2 crew for over 10 days.
It could also be said there is great scope for conversion, with many Malahide's being converted to Gentlemen's motor yachts or house boats.
The owners have a deep understanding and connection to their boat and feel it is important to find her a good home as befits a vessel of this class.
Larch on oak frames,
registered length 16.97m
maximum draft 2.5m.
Twin propellors and single rudder.
Naiad Dynamics stabilisers with Norwest Marine digital control system. Upper deck and weather decks professionally fiberglassed in 2016 and 2017.
Foredeck 2.5-inch Iroko decked.
Spenser Carter hydraulic windlass with 90m of chain and 50Kg Bruce anchor
30 kg spare claw anchor.
24v electric capstan.
Twin Volvo D7AAT marine engines 180HP each at 1900 rpm, (fitted 2000)
fuel consumption 25 LPH @ 1550 rpm,
maximum speed 9.8 knots @ 1700 rpm,
8.8 knots @ 1550 rpm.
Beta Marine 18 KVA single phase generator 1500 rpm (fitted 1996).
Diesel heating and hot water boiler (fitted 2019).
Three fuel tanks 5500 litres total capacity.
Single 4000 litre freshwater tank.
Simrad Halo 4 radar with 16inch flatscreen display.
Koden MD3640 radar.
Furuno GP35 DGPS, Furuno GP32 GPS, Furuno SC60 Satellite compass. Raymarine NEMA2000GPSlinked.
Furuno colour FV1100 echo sounder, Koden colour echo sounder, Raymarine Tridata log-echo sounder NEMA2000 linked.
Transas navigation software linked to Digital Yachts AIT2000 Class B AIS Transponder displayed through a 19-inch display.
Icom DSC 501 VHF radio, Navico VHF radio, Icom handheld VHF radio, Icom M700 HF/MF transceiver.
LG display linked to stern facing CCTV camera.
Standard magnet compass with deviation card.
Navtex printout receiver.
Norwest Marine Digital stabiliser control display.
4 berths forward cabin,
Forward heads with shower,
electric toilet and sink.
Twin bunk cabin starboard midships.
Double berth cabin port midships with en-suite electric toilet, bath / shower and sink.
Aft cabin five berth with en-suite electric toilet, bath / shower and sink.
All cabins are central heated with radiators.
Four burner gas cooker and oven.
Twin stainless-steel sinks.
Twin basket deep fat fryer.
Seating for ten,
two large tables bottom table can be folded up and stored.
Hot water urn and hot drink station.
Flatscreen TV and digital radio.
240 volt Freezer.
Two 250kg certified davits with 15m wire and 12-volt electric winches.
Avon tender with 9HP outboard.
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.