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FOR SALE IN GRENADA (please contact me for extra pictures of her)
Admiral 40 exec. 2009 SA factory built with very strong hand layup and fully loaded with equipment. $275,000 USD I am assisting the owners in selling this beautifully looked after catamaran (she has only had two owners and has never been in charter) as they chose not to advertise her plus they know that I owned an Admiral 38 for many years which I sailed from Cape Town to Grenada in 2010 and lived on for 12 odd years plus I was involved in the delivery of many of them world-wide and can put you in contact with many Admiral current owners who will attest to their strength and handling in big seas and blue water sailing. She was built in Cape Town SA in the Admiral factory which is now known as Celtic Yachts http://www.celticyachts.co.za/about (I have known the owner of Celtic Yachts for over 10 years) and they were designed by Angelo Lavranos. This catamaran has three cabins with double berths and 2 heads with showers . The Owner's suite features a master stateroom, desk/vanity and large private head with a sit bath and occupies the starboard hull, while the double guest cabins and second head fill the port hull. They purchased her in South Africa from the original owner in 2016 and sailed from Cape Town, SA up to Walvis Bay, Namibia. (the old South West Africa) . In early 2017 they sailed her from Namibia via St Helena Island and Brazil to Grenada. In 2017 and 2018 they cruised the Caribbean from Grenada up the windward islands, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic to Havana, Cuba and on to Florida and then back to Grenada for the 2018 hurricane season. She is currently on the water with the owner on-board so is available to be test sailed and a survey can be made available to interested buyers. Due to her size and design she is easily sailed short handed or even single handed and her broad beam gives her stability in all conditions plus she has a factory made extra long keel so can sail tight to the wind a lot easier than other cats. The starboard hull includes the owner’s cabin (no "climb over" bunks on this cat) and features 4 full length lockers, a vanity table with mirror and a large head and shower. The owners head has a large shower with sit in bath and toilet. The cabin was designed to have extra large lockers which allows for more than the usual amount of storage space. The cabin has a dedicated A/C. The port hull has two double size cabins with a shared head and shower. Both port cabins have A/C. The galley includes a front loading fridge and freezer, three burner stove, double sink and a lot of counter space (the Admirals are well known for having the most galley counter space compared to other catamarans of their size). The saloon is spacious with beautiful African Antelope leather cushions at the dining table. The table can be converted to an extra bed. She has excellent head room throughout compared to the Admiral 38ft which had split level decks whereas the 40 is one level of deck). Over and above the usual equipment (listed below) a Schenker water maker and AC were added. New Raymarine navigation suite and radar were installed in 2016. Additionally the dingy and engine were purchased in 2016 and the life raft in 2017. Aft awnings were added in 2017 so that the cockpit can be completely enclosed. Hatch covers and saloon shades added in 2018. Due to family obligations the owners have put her out on the market, hoping to find a new owner who will enjoy and take care of her as much as they have. Specifications Builder:Admiral Yacht Mfg. (now Celtic Yachts) Designer:Angelo Lavranos Year Built:2009 Length Overall:39 ft 9 in Beam:24 ft 1 in Draft:3 ft 9 in Displacement:18,739 lbs Mast height:63 ft 6 in; Sails:Stack-pack Main with lazy-jacks Harken roller-furling Genoa Roller-furling Genoa Asymmetrical Spinnaker with sock (one person deployable) Engines:2 x Yanmar 29hp 3YM30 diesel engines coupled to saildrives Engine Hours:1600 Propellers:2-blade fixed props Cabins:3 Heads:2 Fresh Water Tank:100 gallons (380 liter) Fuel Tank:100 gallons (380 liter) Holding Tanks:35 gallons Boat Inventory Construction: • Hull - GRP • Steering system - Bulkhead wheel cable steering, emergency tiller • Twin mini keels (Keel extension as per design) Accommodations: • Owners version • 3 double berths (two stern, one forward) • 2 heads with separate, large shower compartment. One with sit in bath • The master stateroom includes desk/vanity • Vanity table with drawer and mirror • 2 guest cabins and 2nd head in the port hull. • Cockpit Cushions • Cabin Headroom: 6’4 Interior: • Webasto air-conditioning (2 x 5,000 BTU and 1 x 16,000 BTU) (installed August 2017) • African Antelope leather cushions • Nav station • Dining table converts to twin bed or large sofa • TV/DVD player • Sony sound system • Extra large lockers installed • Additionally fitted wooden book case • Weems and Plath barometer & thermometer Galley: • 3-Burner hob with oven and grill • Microwave • Isotherm front loading fridge • Isotherm front loading freezer • Separate Engel 50L fridge/freezer (220/12v) • 2 gas bottles • Double sink with faucet/tap • Pressurized hot and cold fresh water system • Custom utensil cabinet • Coffee machine • Nespresso machine • Toaster • Vegetable steamer Cockpit: • Hard bimini with window over the helm seat • Removable vinyl windshield • Beautiful wooden outdoor dining table • Seating with cushions • Two person helm seat • 4 fishing rod holders • White and red LED lights • LED spotlight Electronics and Navigation: • Raymarine ST6001 autopilot • Icom VHF with DSC • Raymarine Quantum Chirp Pulse Radar • Raymarine ES98 GPS chart plotter with WiFi and Downvision • Raymarine AIS 650 Class B transceiver • Raymarine echo sounder, • Raymarine log • Raymarine wind instruments • Binnacle compass • Iridium Go Electric: • 220V 2000W inverter • Shore power connection and cable • 6 house batteries total 630amps • 2 dedicated starter batteries • Battery management system • 4 x 75W solar panels with centrefield regulator • Vessel is wired for 110V and 220V • Silent run generator 2.5kVa • Vessel fitted with Galvanic isolator Deck Equipment: • Dinghy engine stainless steel deck hoist • Deck wash salt water • Rear hot and cold fresh water shower • Charcoal BBQ • Stainless steel swim ladder • Two bow pulpit seats Rigging and Sails: • Stack-pack Main with lazy-jacks • Roller-furling Genoa • Asymmetrical Spinnaker with sock (one person deployable) • Southern Spars aluminum mast and boom • Harken Batt Car system • Harken roller-furling Genoa • Boom vang • 2 over spec inner shroud conversion installed/fitted • Stainless steel standing rigging • Winches total 6 Harken self-tailing handles. • Zippered mainsail cover with section to protect front of mainsail • All running rigging was replace in March 2017 Engines & Mechanical: • 2 x 29hp Yanmar • 1600 hours as at November 2018 • 2-blade fixed props • 380L aluminum diesel tank • Belmar alternators - 1 x 70amp and 1 x 100amp • 100 gal Diesel Fuel tank Plumbing: • Schenker Smart 30 digital water maker (installed in 2016) • 380L Water storage in 1 aluminium tank • 100L black water tank • Pressurized hot and cold fresh water system - hot from calorifier • 5 bilge pumps - 1 manual and 4 electric. Safety Equipment: • EPRIB with 10 year battery life • Electric portable bilge pump • Bag bag • Flares • 6 life jackets • 4 harnesses • life ring • danbuoy • 5 fire extinguishers • radar reflector • black ball • wooden bungs • bosun’s chair • first-aid-kit • 6-person life raft (purchased 2017) Anchors & Docking: • 2 Anchors - Bruce and Delta - chain and warp with integral bridle • Lewmar electric windlass • 10 fenders (various shapes and sizes) • Mooring lines (various lengths and strengths) • Boat hook Dinghy: • 3.6m Infanta dinghy (new 2016) • 15hp Mercury outboard motor (new 2016) • 40m anchor • Paddles • Pump Canvas work: • Cockpit side awnings with clear windows • Cockpit rear awnings with clear windows • Canvas hatch covers • Mosquito screens for all hatches (Lewmar) • Saloon window sun shields • Large pieces of Sunbrella canvas included Tools and spares: • Extensive collection of metric toolsets (too much to list!) • Quality power tools (including drill, jigsaw, multitool) • Large collection of spares (including clamps, screws, nuts, bolts for any eventuality) • Wet/dry vacuum cleaner • 4 x 20L diesel cans • 3 x 20L water cans