Custom 46ft Steel CutterGalicai, Spain
Price £105,000 inc Vat
46ft steel blue-water cruiser. Professionally built and fitted out by Col Cuneo & Naut Yachts in Sydney, Australia between 1982/84 to a Bill Bollard design. Just back after 30,000 miles with current owners fully equipped for long distance cruising and ready to set sail again. Cutter rigged, Hydraulic wheel steering, 84HP Perkins, Bowthruster, Generator, Windgens, Solar Panels, Watermaker, Washing Machine. Accommodation for 4/7 in two double cabins and 3 saloon berths. Full Nav and Safety gear. GBP 105,000 VAT paid.
- Builder: Col Cuneo, Australia
- Designer: W. Bollard & Partners
- Construction: Steel
- Length (Feet): 46
- Length (Metres): 14.02
- Beam: 14 ft 6"
- Max Draft: 6 ft 1"
- LOA: 46 ft 0"
- LWL: 40 ft 5"
- Number of Engines: 1
- Engine Make: Perkins
- Engine Model: 4236
- Fuel: Diesel
- Engine Hours: 4165
- Type of Propeller: 3 Blade, Folding
- Total Power: 84 hp
Designed by Bill Bollard (Bollard 116), Constructed by Col Cuneo and fitted out by Naut Yachts in Sydney Australia.
Round bilge with long fin & skeg hung rudder. Built of mild steel plating on widely spaced frames and the hull is insulated with 30mm polyurethane spray foam from waterline up.
Wagner hydraulic wheel steering (with manual emergency tiller).
Teak laid decks on ply epoxied to deck.
Interior finished in varnished teak and bird’s eye maple with teak and holly soles.
LOA – 46’ 7”
LWL – 40’ 5”
Beam – 14’ 5”
Max Draft – 6’ 11”
Ballast – C.5T
Displacement – C.20T
Engine: Perkins 4236 84HP – Installed 1997 - 4165 hours.
Gearbox – Paragon V.
Prop – Variprop Folding 3 blade.
Generator – Paguro 4000 – 2960 hours from new, but engine replaced @ 1450 hours in 2010.
Vetus 80Kgf Bowthruster
Watercraft 160LPH watermaker.
12V/240V systems. Charging by Solar + Wind + Diesel Genset + Main engine Alternator.
200Amp Amptech Alternator on main engine.
Paguro 4000 Diesel Genset.
560W Solar panels.
2 x Marine Kinetix Mk4 400W Wind generators. New 2017.
900AH Deep cycle house battery in two banks. New 2016/2018
Separate engine start battery.
Shore power via isolation/step up/down transformer.
Victron Phoenix MultiPlus 12/300/120 - 3KW/120A Full sine wave Inverter/Charger.
Victron Centaur - 80 Amp Charger.
Fuel: c. 650 Litres in 3 tanks. Two mild steel tanks built into hull @ c.190L each + 1 S/S stern tank @ c. 270L
Water: c. 470 Litres in 2 S/S tanks amidships.
Holding:1 S/S Grey water tank amidships. 1 Polyethylene Black water tank in forward head with pump out via deck valve.
Rig and Sails
Cutter rigged with slab reefing main, self-tacking club footed staysail and roller reefing Genoa. Walder boom brake. Spinnaker pole mounted on slider on mast.
Folding steps from deck to top of mast.
Standing rigging replaced 2014.
Sails: Mainsail – Fully battened, By Kemp 2004. Genoa – Bi-radial, by Arun 2003. Staysail, by Arun 2003. Asymmetric Spinnaker + Storm Jib + Yankee + Trysail, by Hood. Plus spare Genoa and drogue.
2 x Enkes SS28
1 x Enkes SS28 ASC Electric
2 x Maxwell SS28
2 x Antal 3W30 (at mast)
Accommodation for 7 in total.
Two double cabins. Stern master cabin has ensuite shower/head.
2M headroom in all cabins and saloon.
Interior fit out in teak and maple with Alcantara upholstery.
2 heads with showers and electric Lavac toilets.
Force 10 – 3 burner cooker with oven and grill (2016).
Isotherm larder refrigerator – also has small freezer compartment (2016).
Chest fridge with Waeco air/water cooled compressor - can also be run as a freezer.
Double S/S sinks.
Zanussi 3kg compact washing machine.
Isotemp 50L calorifier heated by main engine or immersion heater.
Webasto AirTop 5000 Diesel heating (will need servicing).
CD Player, radio, TV.
Quick Hector 1500W twin Gypsy windlass – new 2017
Rocna Vulcan 33kg anchor – new 2016
Bruce 33kg anchor.
Bugel type 35kg SS anchor.
Fortress Guardian G23 aluminium anchor.
SS Rock hook.
120metres 10mm/⅜” chain – new 2016.
100m x 25mm nylon rode with chain leader in anchor locker.
100m x 22mm nylon rode with chain leader on stern drum.
Davits + deck chocks for dinghy.
Folding steps from deck to top of mast.
Boarding ladder and passarelle.
Bimini and spray hood.
Large quantity of warps and fenders.
All nav lights LED.
Robertson 200DL autohelm driving hydraulic steering via Simrad RPU80 pump.
Taurus wind vane steering with auxiliary rudder.
Wind instruments – VDO (in cockpit and at nav station).
Log and depth instruments - Navman (in cockpit and at nav station).
Radar – Raymarine SL72.
Compass – Saura.
VHF – Eagle (+ portable).
HF – Icom 802 with AT 140 Tuner + Pactor 3 modem.
GPS – Navman (+ portables).
AIS – 2 NASA units. 1 stand alone and 1 feeding to nav computer.
Nav PC at chart table running OpenCPN and other Nav software, with world charts, linked to GPS and AIS.
Tablet PC with matching software and GPS available in cockpit at wheel.
Caribe 3.1m RIB.
Yamaha 4 stroke 15HP.
Johnson 2 stroke 15HP.
Liferaft Viking 4 person Off Shore. (Serviced 2017)
EPIRB ACR GLOBALFIX (New 2017)
Large quantity of flares – some expired but 1 Off Shore pack new 2017.
2 x Lifebuoys + Dan buoy.
Emergency tiller for both main and auxiliary rudder.
SS Jack stays stern to bow on both sides.
Various fire extinguishers including automatic in engine room.
Belt driven bilge pump on main engine.
Electric Rule 4000GPH bilge pump in bilge sump.
2 x manual bilge pumps (below and in cockpit).
Fog horn on targa arch.
(The condition or level of safety equipment on board is not to be negotiated on following survey. It is likely to be listed by most surveyors but is not structural or an integral working part of the vessel and is not to be used to further negotiate the price down after survey. We strongly suggest that for your own personal safety that when purchasing a yacht you provide new safety equipment rather than relying on second hand gear.)
Cruising History and Comments
Cruising history in current ownership:
Portugal, Mediterranean, Canaries, Cape Verdes, Brazil, South America, The Caribbean, Venezuela, Colombia, Central America, The Bahamas, The USA and now back to Northern Spain.
More details on www.samarang.com
We have owned Samarang since 2001 and she has carried us safely and comfortably for nearly 30,000 miles and that’s exactly what she was designed to do. It is now time for us to go and do something different and to pass Samarang into someone else’s care. She has always been scrupulously maintained and continually upgraded during our ownership and we hope that will show when you come to visit her. After so long in the tropics we have a disinclination to sail in the cold murky waters around the UK and Samarang is currently laying in Galicia, Northern Spain within an hour of Santiago de Compostela with its easy/cheap flight from the UK. But we’re always flexible.
Title Documents and Tax
Listed below are the documents/or copies of what we have seen on listing this yacht.
Current Certificate of British Registry – Part 1
Bill of Sale to current owners.
VAT receipt paid in UK to HMRC
Current and historical cruising logs.
Previous Australian De-Reg Cert.
Copy of previous sales receipt.
Disclaimer and Travelling to Inspect
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith, in this case we are acting as Brokers only. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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