|Location||Motor Yacht Club of Tasmania, Lindisfarne TAS|
|This vessel has got the lot..... Bow and stern thrusters, Furuno electronics, 1400 hours only on twin 370hp Cummins diesels, an 8kw generator, huge teak laid cockpit, ice maker, dinghy on davits and the popular 3 cabins and 2 heads layout, all well appointed with fitted linen, lots of light and reverse cycle air conditioning too. The Cherrywood interior provides an exceptional finish and the furnishings are of the highest quality. |
These are a remarkable boat with generous accommodation downstairs, spacious saloon with helmsmans and observer doors, a great upstairs galley on the port side opposite the dinette table and a cockpit befitting a much larger vessel. Add to that the walk around side decks and a massive flybridge accessed from a moulded staircase (not a ladder) and you have plenty of room to entertain and cruise the coast.
Alaskas have proven popular Australia wide due to their sea kindliness and comfort and this lovely boat is only for sale as the owners have bought a bigger Alaska. Price has just been reduced so please contact Steve Taylor on 0400 934 974 to arrange an inspection.
|Comprehensively equipped and well presented. Owners have bought a bigger vessel. Please contact Steve Taylor on 0400 934 974 for more information or to arrange an inspection.|
|Builder||DHS Yacht Company, Ltd|
|Hull Material||Fibreglass/GRP LOA 15.30 metres|
|Deck Material||Laid teak over fibreglass|
|Length||13.72 m / 45′ 0″|
|Engine||Twin 6BTA turbo Cummins diesels with electronic controls and ZF gearboxes. Bennett trim tabs, 2" shafts, 4 blade props, stainless steel rudders and stocks.|
|Genset||8kw Westerbeke 240 volt genset with remote starting, soundshield and designated battery.|
|Fuel||2270 litres total. 2 main tanks with 1040 litres each and another of 190 litres. All stainless steel|
|Accommodation||Master state room with queen bed with storage and drawers underneath as well as a wardrobe and 4 other storage compartments. Air conditioned, carpeted and fitted with a hatch and portholes with screens and curtains.
Port state room with 2 single berths, hanging locker, air conditioning, drawers, portholes, intercom, reading lights and downlights and Starboard guest cabin with a queen bed, locker, drawers, air cond, lighting and portholes.
Saloon features a Bi-fold door system to the cockpit, L shaped settee, teak dining table, helm to starboard with helmsmans door and observer seating with door to access side decks also. Icemaker in the cockpit.
Quality Cherrywood fitout throughout.
|Galley||Along port side of saloon with Corian counter top, lots of drawers, deep stainless steel sink with mixer tap.|
|Refrigeration||Eutectic fridge/freezer on flybridge, U Line icemaker in cockpit|
|Shower||Main cabin has pressure hot and cold shower in seperate cubicle and main heads have another shower.|
|Toilet||Electric toilets in both bathrooms. Vanity units, Corian benchtops and mirrors. 145 litre holding tank|
|Dinghy||Silver fibreglass bottom inflatable dinghy fitted with Snap Davits connected to the swim platform. Electric winch to facilitate reloading.|
|Covers||Bimini with clears, rear cockpit awning, windows and windsceen covers.|
|Ground Tackle||Stainless steel 45lb plough with 80 metres of short link chain. Muir Atlantic 2200 anchor winch with foredeck, helm and flybridge controls. Chain counters at both helms.|
|Electrics||Intercom system throughout the vessel.
240 volt 1800 watt Xantrex inverter with amp hour and voltage monitors.
Remote control spotlight
|2 x Furuno 10.4 inch Navnet screens with GPS, 36nm radar and depth sounder.
Coursemaster autopilot with controls to both helms.
Flybridge stereo, engine room camera to lower helm.
Raytheon Tri Data ST 60 log, depth and speed.
|Deck Gear||Stainless steel electric BBQ with hood.
Stainless steel 100 kilo capacity crane on aft area of flybridge.
Transom door, swim ladder.
Fresh and salt water washdown outlets. Cockpit sink with icemaker below.
Disclaimer: Vessel details are believed to be correct but interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries. We recommend independent surveys and mechanical inspections on all vessels we sell.