Designed by Oliver F Van Meer and constructed by Westfriese Jachtbouw in Holland, Koon Woon is a strong steel hulled, well fitted out yacht capable of extended ocean cruising in comfort and safety while at the same time she provides a very comfortable home for living in.
She includes a pilot house design that not only provides a light airy and comfortable living space but also contains a totally protected helm with all the required navigational equipment to hand. Perfect for cruising the world in any weather.
In 2014 Koon Woon underwent a substantial refit.
Accommodation & Saloon
Access to the pilothouse is via a covered companionway with doors and sliding hatch down a gently sloping ladder. The generously sized raised pilot house has the navigational area to starboard and a sofa with table to port. It is nicely fitted out with light varnished wood, Alcantara deckhead panels and teak with a holy deck.
Steps lead forward to a lobby area with access to the ensuite double bed V-berth. On the portside there is a cabin containing a double bed with a common head on the starboard side. Lockers are provided to port and starboard with a washing machine located within the starboard locker.
The aft owners cabin is accessed from the pilot house via the galley on the starboard side. The spacious cabin has a large raised central queen sized bed backed by a beautiful large airy feature window. The ensuite bathroom has a half size bathtub and electric toilet.
The galley is situated in the starboard walkway from the saloon to the aft cabin. It contains a stainless steel sink with green Corin work surfaces.
The stove has a 4 ring gimbled hot plate.
Whirlpool under counter fridge & freezer.
Cooker hood with extraction fan above cooker.
Various storage cupboards.
Features & Equipment
Each major living area is served by one of three sea water cooled self contained air conditioning units of approx 16000Btu with SMX digital controllers.
Whirlpool washing machine, good storage and work surfaces.
Sterio, speakers and Maitai LCD TV provided with antenna mounted on aft deck antenna post.
Reverse osmosis water maker.
12 man life raft.
Tender consisting of a rib with outboard motor.
Engine & Electrical Equipment
Engine is a Deutz model D167 6-cylinder turbocharged diesel marinised by Vetus as a BF6M1013EC rated 172kW.
Generator is a single Brinkermann & Niemeijer 11kVA 230v 50Hz 3000rpm diesel. (3,321 hours)
Engine start batteries include 2x12V dc, Genset battery is 1x12V dc, house batteries are 2x12V dc, bow thruster and winch batteries are 2x12V dc. All batteries are 200Ah MF type.
Charging system is via an engine/ generator mounted alternator and Mastervolt inverter charger. A smart charger services the bow thruster batteries. A small charger services the 12Vdc radio batteries.
Shore power - 4kVA, generator 12kVA and inverter 2000W
Bow thruster is a Vetus 220kgf 24Vdc bow thruster set in a steel tunnel.
Helm, Nav System & Instruments
Compass is a Suunto D-135 magnetic compass
H1000 Tridata gauges
VHF radio - ICOM IC-M422 DSC
SSB HF/MF - ICOM IC-M802
Plotter - Furuno Nav Net with CMap charts
AIS - Samyung AIS-50N
JVC DVD player
Rigging & Sails
Sail area 168m2
Foresail and staysail both furling with manual Profurl Titanium models.
Mainsail, staysail and genoa. Storm trysail and storm jib below deck plus a bagged spinnaker.
Mainsail reefing system is slab reefing with full length battens and lazy jacks into a boom bag.
Rigging is 1x19 Dyform stainless steel rigging 10mm and 12mm diameter. Fixed and running backstays. Upper and intermediate shrouds linked to main span at spreader ends. Rigging screws with toggles at lower end.
Deck stepped Sparcraft oval section aluminium mast with double spreaders
and diamond strut. Spinnaker gooseneck track on forward face. Storm
trysail track on the aft face.
Primary anchor is a 75lb galvanised CQR anchor on bow roller with a Muir 24V dc windless. A Sea anchor is also provided.
Stern arch is constructed from stainless steel and supports the radar, antenna and horns. A cradle is provided for a liferaft.
Extensive Teak decks refurbished in 2014.
Davits reach beyond the swim platform and support a rib. An engine mounting bracket is provided on the side rail.
The large cockpit is protected by a permanent steel dodger forward and stainless steel framed bimini aft. The cockpit can be totally enclosed if need be with removable sides. Two solar panels are provided above the bimini.
Sail halyard controls and winches are provided within the dodger.
Lockers are provided around the helmsman along with a manual bilge pump.
Installed on the cockpit coaming are 2xAntal W60 24V dc electric winches, 1xAntal W44 24V dc electric winch and 2xAntal W44 manual winch.
Below the dodger 3xAntal W44 24V dc halyard self tailing winches. On the mast 2xAntal W44 manual winches.
Large stainless steel pipe framed swim platform with teak slat deck is provided with a swim ladder and separate boarding ladder to the aft deck.
A large fore deck box is provided.
Maintenance & Servicing Work Details
Service manuals and drawings provided.
Hull refurbishment provided by DB Marina Services 2014. Completed a full underwater scrape down and antifoul.
Work included teak decks refurbished, woodwork varnished, all windows and hatches resealed for example.