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ADJUTOR

  • 85'
  • 2002
  • YACHTING DEVELOPMENTS, NZ
  • San Diego, California, United States
  • $1,775,000

ABOUT ADJUTOR

ADJUTOR was the Patron Saint of Yachtsmen, an apt name for this well proven performance world cruising yacht. In her design and construction, all efforts were put forward to enhance the yacht’s comfort, performance and ease of handling. In this context, it is important to note that performance means not only pure speed, but the ease with which a yacht maintains that speed and particularly, the comfort aboard when voyaging. A tremendous amount of effort was expended in the design and construction of ADJUTOR in sound attenuation, not only keeping machinery sounds to a minimum, but even to the extent of reducing wave slap at anchor. Her hull shape minimizes the slamming that occurs all too frequently when driving a flat hulled racer upwind in a seaway. Even her furniture was custom designed to live comfortably at any attitude of heel when underway. Indeed, this is a design that was created for living comfortably in the offshore environment. She also lives comfortably - and turns heads with her remarkably attractive profile - in every port of call.

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: YACHTING DEVELOPMENTS, NZ
  • Category: Cruising Sailboat
  • Model: Sloop
  • Model Year: 2002
  • YearBuilt: 2002
  • Year Refit: N/A
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 2/5 - Crew R/B/S: 1/1/0
  • LOA: 85' 0" (25.91m)
  • LWL: 68' 2" (20.78m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 20' 0" (6.10m)
  • Min Draft: 9' 2" (2.79m)
  • Max Draft: 9' 2" (2.79m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: 85' 0" (25.91m)
  • Cruise Speed: 10 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: 11 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 48,000 Kilos
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 2,270 Liters
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 3,406 Liters
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: 2
  • Sleeps: 5
  • State Rooms: 2
  • Crew Berths: 1
  • Crew Sleeps: N/A
  • Crew Heads: 1
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Epoxy Composite
  • Deck Material: Teak
  • Hull Configuration: Fin & Spade
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Langan Associates
  • Hull Color: Blue
  • Hull Finish: Awlgrip
  • Exterior Designer: Langan Associates
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: Caterpillar
  • Model: 3126
  • Engine Count: Single
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Vessel Overview

The design brief for ADJUTOR called for a proper world voyaging performance sailing yacht that can be easily handled by a crew of three. With her carbon 4 spreader mast by Southern Spars, Park Avenue boom, Harken hydraulic furling headsail and self-tacking staysail, hydraulic winches and extremely efficient deck layout, the yacht offers exhilarating performance with minimal effort. All sailhandling is accomplished within a reach of the comfortable center cockpit, which centers around a large drop leaf teak table, well protected from the elements by a dodger and fixed bimini. The pilothouse is comfortable but all business, with full navigation / communication and control station forward with Stidd helm seat, settee to port, wet locker and 360 degree visibility. The yacht demonstrated her potential on her maiden voyage from New Zealand to Tahiti, covering 2,300 miles at an average speed of 10.25 knots! Since then, and while completing her circumnavigation in 2009, she regularly touched 14 knots reaching in big breeze - with a record to date of 18+!

As a proper cruising yacht, the owner did not wish to crowd any of the spaces aboard. Consequently, the owner’s cabin is aft, along with one very comfortable guest stateroom with twin berths and an additional Pullman berth. All cabin spaces are large and uncluttered, the main salon forward of the pilothouse is a comfortable entertaining and dining area, the fully equipped gourmet galley has a comfortable dinette as well and there are very comfortable crew quarters forward for two. The generous allocation of space continues in the engine room, where all machinery is placed for easy access when servicing, with full headroom, workbench, sink, etc.. The full width transom stowage locker, forward chain locker and custom liferaft stowage are designed to carry the full compliment of equipment for world cruising. Indeed, if you are looking for a yacht with the maximum number of cabins, ADJUTOR is probably not for you. But if you are looking to cruise the world on a easily handled high performance yacht in complete comfort and safety with a comfortable guest stateroom for family and friends, she is a magnificent world voyaging yacht.

Accommodations

PILOT HOUSE:

The Pilot House aboard ADJUTOR is a proper working pilothouse with full controls, 360 degree visibility, as well as overhead hatches for ventilation and to view the rig. Forward to starboard is an adjustable Stidd helm seat, computer and flat screen, and comprehensive navigation and communications equipment, along with engine controls and steering via autopilot remote. There is a large settee to port, wet locker with fan and teak and holly cabin sole. Also:
  • Stereo with 4 channel selector
  • Stereo with 4 channel selector for cockpit
  • Night lighting
  • Exalto wipers
  • AC controls
MAIN SALON:

The Main Salon is forward of the pilothouse, with the Dining area to starboard and lounge/entertainment center to port. The salon is carpeted and there are hull ports outboard, which enhance the sense of spaciousness and natural lighting. The varnished teak dining table is custom inlaid with ebony detailing. Surrounding the table is “U” shaped seating outboard, with additional dining seats inboard. To port, the lounge area has a custom couch outboard and lounge chair forward, cocktail table, end tables and full entertainment system. The custom lounge chair articulates via hydraulic rams, to adjust to any angle of heel while the yacht is underway, for comfortable, level seating. Also:
  • Fujitsu 43” Plasma TV/DVD
  • Component stereo system; CD, DVD, VCR, FM Tuner
  • Refrigerator
  • AC controls
  • (2) Overhead hatches

GALLEY:

The Galley is forward of the salon, full width, with dinette to port and deep, “U” shaped galley to starboard. This is an efficient working area, with an abundance of Corian countertops, plenty of stowage in drawers and cabinets and efficient placement of equipment. The dinette can be converted to a comfortable berth for additional crew.
  • Broadwater gimbaled propane stove w/extractor hood
  • AC or Engine driven Grunert refrigeration and freezer
  • Broan trash compactor
  • Sharp microwave
  • Custom dish, glass and spice stowage racks
  • (2) overhead hatches
OWNER’S STATEROOM:
The Owner’s Stateroom aboard ADJUTOR is aft of the pilothouse and full width of the vessel, with a large queen size berth on centerline with custom headboard, writing desk/vanity/, custom articulating lounge chair, built in bureau and bookshelves, night tables, and two hanging lockers.
  • Sony CD/stereo
  • AC controls
  • (2) overhead hatches
  • (2) opening hull ports
  • Cedar lined hanging locker
  • The Owner’s ensuite head has Vacu-flush facilities, Corian vanity top with under mounted sink, Corian stall shower, linen stowage and opening port.

GUEST STATEROOM:

The Guest Stateroom is forward of the Owner’s Stateroom to starboard, with twin lower berths and night table between, plus a fold-down Pullman berth. Additionally, there is a lounge chair, hanging locker and additional drawer stowage and an opening port outboard.
  • Stereo with 4 channel selector
  • AC controls
  • The Guest ensuite head also serves as the day head, by a second door to the passageway. The head has Vacu-flush facilities, Corian vanity top w/under mounted sink and stall shower.

CREW CABIN:

The crew cabin is forward of the galley, with a double berth outboard to starboard, writing desk & chair to port, drawer, locker and hanging locker stowage. The crew also has an ensuite head with stall shower. Also in the crew area;
  • (2) opening hatches in the crew cabin, (1) hatch in crew head
  • Sharp flat screen TV/DVD
  • AC control
  • Miele washer and dryer
  • VHF repeater station



ON DECK ACCOMMODATIONS:

The Pilothouse adjoins the large center cockpit, which is protected forward by a full width dodger and by a permanent bimini built off a solid stainless support with canvas cover. There is a drop leaf varnished teak table at centerline.

Additionally, there is a large storage LAZARETTE FULL BEAM locker aft, stowage for two liferafts below the cockpit seating and deck-access storage/CHAIN locker on the foredeck.

Crew Cabin

The crew cabin is forward of the galley, with a double berth outboard to starboard, writing desk & chair to port, drawer, locker and hanging locker stowage. The crew also has an ensuite head with stall shower. Also in the crew area;
  • (2) opening hatches in the crew cabin, (1) hatch in crew head
  • Sharp flat screen TV/DVD
  • AC control
  • Miele washer and dryer
  • VHF repeater station

Construction

Cored composite hull and deck of E-glass and epoxy with Divinicell core and Carbon reinforcements. Spade rudder with custom Whitlock & YDL shafted steering. Awlgrip topsides, Awlgrip superstructure, teak and painted non-skid decks & varnished teak exterior trim. Exterior hatches are Lewmar medium profile.

Engineering Details

  • Caterpillar 300 hp model #3126 with 6500 hours, 9/09
  • ZF transmission
  • Varifold 4 blade propeller
  • Micro Commander electronic controls in Pilothouse and cockpit
  • Fireboy automatic fire control in engine room
  • Soundown engine mounts
  • Soundown, sound deadening tile in all engine room insulation, owner & guest cabins
  • Thorndon shaft bearings
  • Engine panels in cockpit and pilothouse
  • Reverso Lube oil transfer pump
  • Walbro fuel transfer pump w/back-up.
  • Air Conditioning by Marine Air
  • Espar diesel heating system
  • Sea Recovery 70 GPH reverse osmosis water maker
  • Algae X fuel line systems
  • Naiad 30 hp bow thruster

FRESH, GRAY & BLACKWATER SYSTEMS:
  • 2,270 Litres fresh water in GRP tanks.
  • (2) Groco Paragon Senior Fresh water pumps w/Groco expansion tank
  • (2) 20 gallon Allcraft hot water tanks
  • Sea Recovery reverse osmosis watermaker, 70 GPH
  • Carbon potable water filter/purifier in engine room
  • Separate blackwater tanks aft and forward, w/3 way valves by Headhunter.
  • Gray water sump pumps w/separate tanks forward and aft
  • Tank gauges for all systems by Keuter

BILGE SYSTEMS:
  • (4) Rule submersible bilge pumps with float switches by Ultra Safety Systems
  • Jabsco 24v DC clutch driven fire/emergency pump
  • Edson hand bilge pump
  • Groco salt water pump for deckwash and anchor gear

Electrical System

  • 24 Volt DC System, with 12 Volt DC System for electronics.
  • (10) Prevailer 8D gelcell 12 V, 210 AH house batteries
  • (2) Lifeline 8D Gelcell 12 V 255 AH start batteries
  • (4) Prevalier 8D Gelcell 12 V 210 AH electronics batteries
  • 220/110 volt - 60 cycle AC system
  • 20 KWH Northern Lights generator w/7500 hours 9/09
  • Mastervolt 24/100 Charger, house batteries
  • Mastervolt 24/100 Charger, electronics
  • Leese Neville 175 amp service alternator
  • Mastervolt 24/2500 Inverter, general service
  • Exeltech 1000W inverter, computers

Electronics

  • B & G Hercules 2000 Performance/Navigation Instruments
  • B & G Hercules autopilot
  • Furuno NavNet radar/plotter
  • Furuno GP 1650 Chart Plotter/GPS receiver
  • Interphase Probe forward scanning sonar
  • Furuno VHF radio
  • Furuno SSB radio
  • Inmarsat Mini-M satphone
  • Sea Marshall Crewfinder RT-202 MOB recovery unit
  • Dell Computer
  • NEC 18” MultiSync LCD 1850X display
  • Vetus Barograph
  • McMurdo NAVTEX
  • Radar Transponder/ SART
  • Panasonic PABX Telephone system
  • ACR Category I and Kannad Category II EPIRBS
  • Sails, Spars & Rigging

    • Four spreader carbon fiber mast by Southern Spars, with carbon Park Avenue boom, spreaders swept slightly aft and carbon spinnaker pole mounted on the mast.
    • Standing rigging is Navtec rod to Navtec tensioners
    • Hydraulic Reckman genoa & staysail furling w/Harken power pack.
    • Navtec hydraulic boomvang, backstay adjuster, and outhaul
      Self tacking staysail sheet
    • Lazy jacks

    WINCHES:

    • (2) Harken #111, 3 speed hydraulic primary winches
    • (2) Harken #980, 3 Speed hydraulic mainsail & staysail sheet winches
    • (2) Harken #66, 2 speed hydraulic mast winches
    • (2) Harken #66, 2 speed manual mast winches
    • (2) Harken #74, 3 speed manual primary winches
    • Harken #53, 2 speed manual mainsheet traveler winch
    SAILS:
    • Doyle Full-batten mainsail
    • Doyle Genoa
    • Doyle Forestaysail
    • Halsey Lidgard Asymmetrical spinnaker w/snuffer
    • Storm Trisail

    Additional Equipment

    • Custom SS Davits
    • Cockpit cushions
    • 100 KG CQR anchor in custom bow roller by YDL
    • 300’ 11 mm grade 40 anchor chain
    • 300’ 1” mega braid anchor rode w/25’ 11mm chain
    • 85 lb and 55 lb Fortress kedge anchors stowed in foredeck locker and lazarette
    • 150’ ¾” Mega braid anchor rode
    • (1) Man Overboard Modules, Survival Technologies
    • Complete safety gear, well in excess of USCG requirements
    • (2) Six Man Switlik liferafts
    • Fireboy FE241 Fire extinguishers/systems
    • Passarelle
    • Fenders & Docklines

    Broker's Comments

    ADJUTOR was the Patron Saint of Yachtsmen, an apt name for this well proven performance world cruising yacht. In her design and construction, all efforts were put forward to enhance the yacht’s comfort, performance and ease of handling. In this context, it is important to note that performance means not only pure speed, but the ease with which a yacht maintains that speed and particularly, the comfort aboard when voyaging. A tremendous amount of effort was expended in the design and construction of ADJUTOR in sound attenuation, not only keeping machinery sounds to a minimum, but even to the extent of reducing wave slap at anchor. Her hull shape minimizes the slamming that occurs all too frequently when driving a flat hulled racer upwind in a seaway. Even her furniture was custom designed to live comfortably at any attitude of heel when underway. Indeed, this is a design that was created for living comfortably in the offshore environment. She also lives comfortably - and turns heads with her remarkably attractive profile - in every port of call.
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