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Starboard side is the Owner’s suite. It consists of a huge aft cabin with a settee and shelving and flat screen TV and large closets. Forward of that is an office area. Forward again is a separate enclosed head, then a separate sink basin and giant forward shower. This area is currently used to store the spinnaker and sheets.

Port side consists of an aft cabin with en-suite head and shower. Forward of the aft cabin is a washing machine and convection oven/broiler above. Forward of this is a separate head and shower. Forward again is a huge cabin that works as storage and workshop when in cruising mode. When more than two guests are on board, it converts to either a single or a double cabin.

The two main cabins have custom upgraded double thick mattresses. Heads have extra large mirrors.

The beds are king size beds (Pullman style). Owners suite starboard side is 7’ x 6’. Port side guest is 6.5’ x 6’

3 heads. 2 showers inside (owners shower used for storage) plus 1 outside, light coloured maple wood floors, mahogany walls and cupboards, drawers, tables and light colour bedroom ceilings, upholstery in Alcantra (apricot).


The galley has 2 spot electric flat surface stove top, huge freezer, custom fridge, custom wood working.

Freezer: Insulation 3’’ with additional R50 1.5” by Glacier Bay. Frigoboat system

Fridge: Rebuilt with 4” polystyrene. Frigoboat system

Too much galley equipment to list, but the Lady of the Manor is a very fine cook and we are both rather enthusiastic eaters



Large, spacious and perfectly equipped in every detail. Custom designed to offer more living space than standard Bahia.

Lighting by dimmable LED strip.



Autopilot: Autohelm/Raymarine ST6002 SmartPilot

Raymarine ST60+ Graphic

GPS: Furuno GP-32

Fishfinder: Furuno colour FVC – 611

VHF: Icom Marine IC - M424

VHF: Portable Uniden Atlantis 270. Floating type though not tested.

SSB/HAM: Icom HF Marine IC-M802 with Icom AT-140 automatic tuner with Pactor 3 email modem. Also emergency cable antennae.


Custom folding teak table.

This area is perfect for intimate meals or large gatherings.

Lighting by dimmable LED strip.

New stainless steel bimini to owners design with integral solar panels (4x150watt)



Raymarine ST7002

Raymarine ST60+ Tridata

Raymarine ST60+ Wind

Chartplotter: Furuno colour Navnet 3D

C-Map electronic charts for Mediterranean, Caribbean, Pacific from Panama to New Zealand

Compass: Plastimo Contest

Very comfortable helm seat. Adjusts up and down



Kohler 9EFKOZD generator with “quiet package” and remote start by chart table

            New in 2014

            1800hrs June 2017

110/220 volt electrical installation with Victron inverter 1600 watt 2500 surge

Xantrex battery charger

Solar panels: Isofotron 4x150 watt. 2/side each and 2 Bluesky Solar Boost   

            2000E controllers

Air conditioner: 24,000 BTU CLD installation with 3 room controllers

KISS wind generator

Batteries: 8x6V Trojan 950 Ah (2015)

Galvanic isolator for shore power



Holding tank

Aqua Set watermaker. Rated 200 liters per hour

Washer/dryer: Indesit



Windlass: Lofrans Falkon (2011)

Anchor and chain and rode: 40kg Rocna anchor on 60m x 12mm chain + 110m x 8 plait rode spliced to chain. This has allowed us to anchor in over 40 metres of water. Not often, but great to have if needed.

Dive compressor: Bauer model J3WHU 300 bar with 2 tanks

Teak swim ladder

Dinghy davits. These were replaced and increased in size along with the addition of a knee brace to support the Caribe 12’ dinghy with electric start 30hp outboard. 

Dinghy: Caribe 12ft (2014). With cover.

Outboard: Nissan 30hp with electric start (2014)

Helm station: stainless steel tube to owners design. 

Holding gear for dinghy: 1 bucket with 15m bungy and 15m line and fortress   anchor and 1 bucket with 15m shore line. This bungy system is great as it allows us to drive to the beach and take a shore line ashore and the dingy then “bungies” back out. This is the design of “Fred” the Dad of a mate of mine in Vancouver. When the system is used there is a wee requirement to “thank Fred” for his system.



Winches: 3 electric Lewmar and 4 manual Lewmar

Parasail Spinnaker with all fittings and sock (2013)

Mainsail (2016) with lazy bag (2017)

Reefing: 3 reefs with 2 lines per reef. All lead back to cockpit.

Genoa 130% (2008 checked by North 2017) with old as spare

Genoa furling: Profurl. Complete overhaul 2017

All rigging replaced 2017

Bimini: Stainless steel designed by current owner

The reefing system for the mainsail is a doozie. All reefing lines are led back to the cockpit so that reefing the mainsial is not done at the mast. Halyard and all reef lines are marked to make reefing verily easy. Each reef is two line dyneema to reduce stretch. 

It takes about 5 minutes for one person to put in a single reef. For two handed sailing, this is great for night watches as the “sleeping partner” (as it were) does not have to be woken up to reduce sail. 

Time per reef with one person on the job is about 5 minutes.




Liferaft: Viking 6 man

Two grab bags


Diving compressor: Bauer


Teak bar in galley

Cockpit cushions and back rests

Life harnesses

Emergency tiller

Lofrans Falkon electric windlass

2 additional CQR anchors

1 Fortress F37 aluminium stern anchor

30m x 18mm extra rode

Extended variety of spare listed separately

Complete set of tools, filters, manuals etc

Fire extinguishers

Visual distress signals, 12 gauge pistol with cartridges

Electric horn




Pots and pans and saucepans

Pressure cooker

Big kick arse Osterizer 10 speed cocktail maker


We offer 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 surveyor to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.


 © Russell Poulston 2017