SILANDRA - NAUTA

SILANDRA 71' 0" NAUTA 1991 ЦЕНА ЯХТЫ ПО ЗАПРОСУ

Характеристики

Апартаменты:
4 каюты
Длина:
71' 0" (21.64 m)
Ширина:
19' 8" (5.99 m)
Осадка:
9' 4" (2.84 m)
Год постройки:
1991
Судостроитель:
NAUTA
Тип судна:
Крейсерская яхта
Двигатели:
1 двиг. MAN
Местонахождение:
Caribbean Grenada
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Основная информация

Судостроитель:
NAUTA
Тип судна:
Крейсерская яхта
Модельный год:
1991
Год постройки:
1991
Страна:
Grenada

Размеры

Длина общая:
71' 0" (21.64m)
Ширина:
19' 8" (5.99m)
Мин. осадка:
9' 4" (2.84m)
Макс. осадка:
9' 4" (2.84m)

Скорость, вместимость и масса

Размещение

Спальные места:
8
Всего ком. состава:
4

Корпус и палуба

Материал корпуса:
Composite
Дизайнер корпуса:
Bruce Farr

Информация о двигателе

Двигатели:
1
Производитель:
MAN
Тип двигателя:
Inboard
Тип топлива:
Diesel

Обзор

The Nauta 70 presents her owner with a seamless balance between high interior comfort and thoroughbred racing performance. This remarkable Bruce Farr design is offered in sparkling condition due to her recent extensive overhaul.

Construction

The concept behind the Nauta 70 is a balance between racing performance and providing a high standard of interior comfort for cruising.  The design is very similar to that of racing Maxi’s in terms of the ratio of waterline to displacement and sail area to wetted area.  The hull itself is built from multiaxial glass fibre / Kevlar skins on a closed cell PVC core.  This is then vacuum bonded together as it achieves minimum resin build up and a total load cell measured weight of only 2700kg. 

 

Weight saving techniques are continued in the accommodation, foam cored Mahogany bulk heads are used saving in total hull weight approximately 1200kg.  This difference in Hull weight has made it possible to fit systems such as desalinators and air conditioning without drastically reducing performance.  Even with these extras the Nauta 70 is still 20% lighter than if it had been constructed of traditional materials. 

 

Weight distribution is also carefully considered, with most of the systems in the centre of the boat sited in a sound proofed instrument room.  Engine, desalinisation plant, air conditioning and generator are all near the centre of gravity with the fuel and water tanks.  Silandra also has new Lewmar commander 400 hydraulics that operate the Genoa furler, secondary winches and halyards, located in the aft cockpit.  There is also a secondary hydraulic unit that gives manual control of the preventer shroud, outhaul, baby stay and reefing.

 

The steering system was also rebuilt as part of Silandra’s refit along with the anchor windlass.  The bottom of the hull was also stripped, faired and refinished.  

Accommodation

The interior layout of the Nauta 70 has been as carefully considered as her construction.  The saloon has two symmetrical tables, which can together seat 16 people using the extra folding chairs.  The expansive owners cabin is located right aft; it boasts a small desk and dressing table, small sofa and five hanging lockers.  The four cabins can sleep eight people in total and are designed with comfort in mind; all lined in Honduras mahogany each with an en suite heads compartment.  As part of her refit Silandra’s interior has been refinished and also the bathroom fittings have been replaced.

 

The need for space has not been forgotten; the door separating the galley from the saloon and the forward control room fold back to give a long gangway on the port side.  Spare sails can also be stored in the after gangway, which leads into the owners cabin.   The navigation station also faces fore and aft, with plenty of workspace for charts, and good access to navigation equipment.

Air Conditioning

One 24,000 BTU reverse cycle in the Main Salon, driving two 12,000 BTU airhandling units.

One 10,000 BTU reverse cycle in Aft cabin driving one 10,000 BTU airhandling unit.

One 15,000 BTU reverse cycle in Forward cabins driving three 5,000 BTU airhandling units. 

Electronics

The Nauta 70 also features a dedicated service cabin which houses the central wiring boxes, battery chargers, main pumps, pump manifold and workbench.  There is also access to the back of the 24v main breaker panel, which is mounted at the navigation station.  Silandra has also been totally re-wired as part of her very recent extensive rebuild/refit.

 

24V

2 battery banks for house system

Separate battery bank for engine start

Separate battery for generator

AC system 120/240 60 cycle

2 120 amp Zantrex battery chargers

2 3KW Zantrex invertors

Engine Room

MAN Diesel 270HP, which has been totally rebuilt, and electronics replaced – 0 Hours since rebuild

ZF220A Gearbox with 2.54-1 reduction

 

In the soundproofed engine room is also found the freshwater pressure demand pumps, accumulator tanks, new Westerbeke 15KW 60 cycle, and air conditioning plant (Ocenaire 1 24K BTU, 1 10K BTU compressors) The cockpit sole above the engine room can also be easily removed.

Plumbing System

3 bilge pumps with pickups center, forward and aft.   

3 Headhunter electric flush heads

1 Vacuflush manual heads

30-gallon grey water tank

30-gallon black water tank

All tanks stainless steel

HRO SFC-2 watermaker – 58 gallons per hour, 1,400 gallons per 24 hours.

Safety Systems

8 man life rafts, serviced in November 2006.  

 

The fire extinguishing system and life jackets are to be installed / purchased as part of Silandra’s on going refit.

Navigation Equipment

Raymarine E80 multifunction navigation display at steering station

E120 at nav station

4KW 24" Radome

ST8002 auto pilot

Rudder angle display

ST290 wind angle and speed display

ST 290 compass display

ST 290 knot meter and depth sounder and water temp

Flux gate compass

S 1000 wireless autopilot remote w/ display

ICOM 602 VHF w/ 2 waterproof remote microphone units

ICOM 802 SSB w 140 antenna coupler

Domestic Equipment

Force Ten 4 burner stove/oven

Microwave

2 fridge/freezers & 2 fridges

All appliances stainless steel

Deck Gear and Rigging

Lewmar / Navtec hydraulics & rigging

Lewmar winches (17)

Hall Spar mast and boom - 4 spreader mast machined to achieve the various moments of inertia specified in Bruce Farr’s design

Navtec rod rigging - surveyed October 2006

EPI Kevlar runners

New Sobstad sails

Lofrans Titan A 2KW 24V windlass with wireless remote - total rebuild including new electric motor and wireless remote

350 foot of 12mm chain

105 pound CQR anchor

Mast, Boom, Spinnaker Pole Awlgripped

 

The deck layout is surprising, the secondary not primary winches are electrically controlled, and this is to aid the boats versatility as a cruiser / racer.  When racing-sheeting speed is often more important than strength, as there are enough crew to haul the Genoa.  When cruising sheeting strength is more of a priority due to depleted crew numbers, to aid this transition the Genoa can as easily use the primaries (manual) as the secondaries (hydraulic).  There is also a large diameter wheel set in a deep well, which is of laminated mahogany and carbon

 

There is an adjustable baby stay for race tuning, whilst the winches at the mast foot are positioned for maximum racing efficiency.

Sails

Quantum Fusion Cruise MC 7500 Mainsail (2012).

Quantum Fusion Cruise Intermediate Genoa (2012).

Other

As mentioned previously Silandra has recently undergone an extensive refit / rebuild.  These items are listed below.

 

New Awlgrip application; most recently dark blue Awlgrip topsides paint (2012).

Bottom of the hull was stripped, faired and refinished

Complete engine rebuild

Engine electronics replaced

Totally rewired

New appliances, electronics

New Lewmar Commander 400 hydraulics

Mast and Boom refinished

Complete instrumentation by Raymarine

Interior refinished

New bathroom fittings

Sail cover, dodger

Bimini

Full Awning (mast to back stay) - brand new

Deck/cockpit area and boarding area courtesy lights - brand new

New mattresses and cushions, newly upholstered

MaxPower bow thruster.

Remarks

SILANDRA has now completed her refit and is ready to be sailed.  Her owners do not have time to use her and are therefore anxious to achieve a timely sale.  They are also happy to discuss fractional ownership and other proposals for the yacht sale.

 

She is now in cosmetically excellent condition and all her main systems are new.  She turns heads wherever she goes.

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