|Estado del barco||Usado|
|Clase de oferta||Vela|
|Material del casco||Fibra de vidrio|
|Ubicación de la embarcación||Chaguanas, Trinidad y Tobago|
|Estado de Impuestos||Impuestos no pagados|
|Eslora total||15 m|
|Eslora en la línea de flotación||13.68 m|
|Calado máximo||1.83 m|
|Calado mín.||1.83 m|
|Marca Motor||Volvo Penta|
|Modelo del Motor||ND40|
|Tipo de transmisión||Transmisión directa|
|Astillero||Fortuna Boat Builders|
|Tanques combustible||400 litros|
|Tanques agua dulce||500 litros|
BRUCE ROBERTS 45 CHARTER, 1989. All GRP with non-slip finish deck covering. Originally built with 4 cabins, but the 2 aft cabins have been converted into 1 large master cabin.
Volvo Penta 85hp diesel engine, generator, air conditioning, wind generators, solar panels, watermaker. Sloop rig with sails from 2013. Sleeps 6 in 3 cabins, master aft with full beam berth, en-suite, twin forward cabins with bunks, shared heads. Traditional style saloon with settee seating, dinette and galley.
Equipped for long distance cruising, with a history of long voyages, hull reinforced for circumnavigation in 2006. Ideal for liveaboard in out of the way places, or the trip of a lifetime.
Lying Trinidad, however, the seller would take the boat to Grenada for a viewing if preferred, notice required.
BRUCE ROBERTS 45 CHARTER,1989, converted to 3 cabin layout.
LOA: 15.00m HULL length: 13.68m BEAM: 4.04m DRAFT: 1.83m DISP: 18,000kg
5,000 kg lead ballast
Builders: Fortuna Boat Builders, Capetown
Designer: Bruce Roberts
All GRP, with non-slip finish on deck. Deck painted 2018, centre cockpit, and deck saloon.
Built in a negative mould.
The hull was reinforced in 2006 with 6-12 layers of Biax fibreglass roving up to 30cm above the waterline using West System epoxies, prior to my circumnavigation by a professional company, costing around 35,000 dollars. This has given the hull extra strength.
Swimming/dive platform can swing just above the waterline, for easy access from the water.
Volvo Penta MD40 6 cylinder 85hp diesel engine.
Engine serviced January, 2019.
Estimated hours around 7,000.
Shaft drive to prop.
Hydrovane self-steering windvane.
Fuel capacity of 400 litres in 3 stainless steel tanks, new 2000
Water capacity of 500 litres in 6 stainless steel tanks, new 2000
NOTE: One of the water tanks could be converted for use as a holding tank.
12/230v electrical systems
2 x 40a battery chargers
6 x Trojan 6v 700ah batteries plus, start battery for the generator
Kubota 2 cylinder diesel generator, 220v/50Hz, overhauled 2018. Hours of 7,700 at 02/19
16,000 BTU sea water cooled air conditioning
5kw modified sine wave inverter
1000w sine wave inverter
Shore power with cable
Solar panels, 450w
2 x wind generators
Hot and cold pressurised water system
Water heated in tank with 220v immersion heater or engine heat exchanger
Village Marine 12v watermaker 7 gal/h
Manual fresh and sea water foot pump in the galley
Classic sloop rig.
Roller furling genoa.
2 x spinnaker poles for downwind butterfly sailing.
Standing rigging replaced 2013, all 10mm.
Some new running rigging.
3 x mast winches, 2 self-tailing
5 x cockpit winches, 3 self tailing
Sleeps 6 in 3 double cabins. Master cabin aft with very large double berth (new mattress 2015), en-suite. This was previously 2 cabins, made into large suite.
Twin forward cabins with upper/lower bunks each and shared heads in the V.
Saloon with large seating area with to starboard, navigation station forward, U shaped galley and L shaped dinette area to port. Head room of 1.9 in the saloon and 1.83m in the forward cabin.
Up steps to centre cockpit.
2 x autopilots, one with gyrocontrol
GPS and plotter
Forward looking sonar and depthfinder
Hydrovane self-steering windvane.
Gas cooker with oven
2 x freezers, Danfoss 12v compressor
Large refrigerator with 2 holding plates, powered by 2 piston 220v compressor when generator running.
Also 12v cooling system independent from the AC system, and a small 12v ice cube freezer section.
Large Magma stainless steel BBQ with gas bottle
22 inch flatscreen TV, with 12v DVD in master cabin
Chocks for liferaft, but the liferaft needs replacing
Lofrans 12v Falcon electric windlass, 2011
Anchor and chain
Fresh water and sea water deck showers on the platform
Tohatsu 5hp outboard engine
Long distance cruiser set up with generators, solar panels and a watermaker. Ideal for exploring the islands, no need to put into port every day. Well known designer.
Tried and tested having completed a circumnavigation, and over 10 Atlantic crossings.
Proven and comfortable long distance cruiser, ready for new adventures. Lots of on-board systems for an independent life style living in comfort in far off islands. I have made 7 Atlantic crossings during my ownership, and also sailed to Madagascar and Mozambique.
I have owned her for 18 years, only she is only for sale as I am now working on a new project.
The boat has only been privately used.
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