Accommodations & Layout
Vessel will sleep 6, two in master, two in guest stateroom and 2 in day berths. Work room can be re-converted to 3rd sleeping cabin.
Owner’s stateroom in forward, large Vee with Handicraft Mattresses, commodious cabinet storage above either bunk on hull sides, hanging lockers to aft of each side, owner’s head with standup shower, toilet, sink, medicine cabinet and storage cabinets below sink; additional head storage above Vac-U-Flush toilet. Owner’s head on port side. Owner’s head, shower and sink has privacy door.
Very ample drawer storage under Vee bunk, four drawers for additional storage under Vee-bunk.
Owner’s cabin and head separated by locking door.
Aft of owner’s cabin, guest head with shower, sink, medicine cabinet and storage cabinets on starboard side.
Proceeding further aft, on port side is guest cabin, two wide and bunks with large hanging locker and drawer storage. Lower bunk runs fore and aft; upper bunk lies athwartship. Ample storage under lower guest bunk.
New 24" satellite TV added in 2014. Replaced the stereo system and added a new Alpine system and satellite radio with remote control unit in 2015.
On starboard side, proceeding aft of owner’s cabin and guest head, is radio room/laundry room. This cabin was a 3rd stateroom; now a work room; could be converted back to cabin. Separate washer and dryer (Asko - washer and & dryer); desk and chair for navigation work. Long hanging locker.
Proceeding further after, up three steps to pilothouse and to port is interior control and steering station with decorative upholstery, matching curtains. At center aft of pilot house is a two seater couch. On port forward of pilothouse is a computer station with chair. Forward pilothouse windows have workable sun blinds and can be opened for navigating from interior pilothouse control and steering station.
Along each side of the pilothouse are locking drawers and cabinets with very ample storage space.
Aft of pilothouse and down five steps is the very large Great Cabin where galley, sink, stove and burners are located. There is a large freezer with five compartments and two refrigerators on forward bulkhead of great cabin. Aft of the galley and to port is a large, two compartment pantry, large liquor storage, plate and flatwear storage. Aft on both sides are bunks that are used as couches but are designed as sea bunks. Aft of bunks is TV and entertainment center plus very large cabinets for storage. At just above the sole level of the great cabin are many opening drawers for additional galley storage.
There is a large sink with two drains and commodious storage under the sink. Almost on centerline and adjacent to sink is a floor to ceiling cabinet with both drawers and shelves for plate wear and utility storage.
Soles in pilothouse and great cabin are stained mahogany. Forward cabins and forward corridor are high gloss varnish.
Main Deck is large with full walkarounds and plenty of room for outside activities. Bulwarks, railings and liferails are high and solid. All bollards and cleats are heavy duty. Stainless hand rails are properly placed.
Aft deck / cockpit is centered and aft deck with seating arrangement is totally covered with a fiberglass hardtop, upgraded in 2000. Addition of this hardtop is a great improvement and can carry the weight of two dinghies on chocks. Canvas/ Eisenglass provides full 360 degree enclosure for upper seating/steering area. Upper steering station has Stidd Pilot chair.
In 2001 the boat was lengthened by Bradford Marine, Inc. of Ft. Lauderdale. Lengthening was completed by adding / welding frames in aftermost hull and extending a integral swim platform. Current LWL is 54' 6". (Increase from 52' 4").
Deck material is teak over steel. Aft deck teak replaced in 1997; side decks and foredeck replaced in 2006 with a complete coating system applied to side decks and foredeck before new teak was laid down.
The Pilothouse is located on the port side of the main salon. On port forward section is a computer station. Forward pilothouse windows have adjustable sun blinds. Along both sides of station are locking drawers and cabinets and ample storage. Aft of steering station is a two seater sofa.
There is instrumentation redundancy at both the lower, pilothouse interior steering station and up on deck, steering station.
There are two automatic pilots, one is a Robertson AP 35 and the other a Simrad AP 24. Each has two control heads, at upper and lower steering stations.
There are four Furuno RD’s 30, two at lower, two at upper. These are multiple displays for depth, wind speed, wind direction, water temperature.
There is a Simrad IS 20 Electric Compass at upper steering station and a Simard IS 20 rudder display. New Fluxgate compass added in 2012.
Furuno Model GP 3208 Radar; 6Kw with a 4' open array in 2013.
(2) New Furuno VX2 black box systems, one at each station.
New Furuno BBWX2 weather receiver added in 2014.
New AIS receiver was added in 2015.
There is one older Furuno Model GP-1850 DF at the lower station.
One Furuno Weather Fax, Model FAX-207
There is an ACR, model RCL remote control spotlight at both steering stations.
There is an ICOM Single Side Band Radio
At upper steering station there is an ICOM VHF Radio, model 412
There is a KVH Direct Satellite TV gimbaled dish.
There is an XM weather antennae with modem for the “Master Mariner” package.
New EPRIB installed in 2013.
The refrigeration system is cold plate, driven by Technicold compressors. This is a “double pass” system so if one of the two Technicold compressors fail, there is a backup. One of the refrigeration compressors can operate by air or water cooling. THE AIR COOLED COMPRESSOR FEATURE ALOWS VESSEL TO BE HAULED WHILE STILL REFRIGERATING AND FREEZING FOOD.
Refrigeration system is 110 VAC. Freezer is approximately (interior storage) 16”, 24” wide, 52” high, divided into five compartments with shelves, all stainless. Refrigerator boxes are each (interior) 20” high, 18”wide and 17” deep with rollout shelves; all stainless steel. Refrigeration system was fully serviced in 2015.
Thermostats are manual for one Technicold and digital for Technicold with air/water medium selection.
There is a U-Line icemaker on starboard side, aft of liquor cabinet.
Oven is electric, 230 VAC, 30” Thermador, stainless and self-cleaning. New Magma grill was added in 2013.
Cook top with four coiled burners and safety fiddle is 30” Thermador
There is a large sink custom fabricated from Corian, with two drains and commodious storage under the sink. Almost on centerline and adjacent to sink is a floor to ceiling cabinet with both drawers and shelves for plate wear and utility storage.
Upgrades, Improvements & Maintenance
The following upgrades and improvements have been made to this yacht, demonstrating the seaworthiness and conscientious maintenance this vessel has received:
2012 Added Sea anchor
2012 2007 AB RIB with 30 hp Honda engine, less than 100 hours on engine since new
2012 Winch for dinghy crane rebuilt at factory
2012 Replaced Fluxgate compass
2013 Magma grill added
2013 Installed 24-volt light system in engine room
2013 Replaced Furuno navigation system with 2 Furuno VX2 black box systems 4 foot open array radar and 17" VEI monitor
2013 Replaced solenoid and switch for Kahlenberg air horns
2013 Replaced 4-front house batteries with new AGM batteries
2013 Re-bedded depth transducer and new fairing
2013 Hauled boat new bottom paint replaced, replaced bow thruster, shaft collar and spur zincs
2013 Guest head rebuilt
2013 Spreader lights replaced with LED units
2014 Rear davits reconfigured for carrying RIB
2014 Guest head rebuilt
2014 Added Furuno BBWX2 weather receiver
2014 18 Inch satellite TV nit replaced with 24-inch unit
2014 Added Floscan fuel flow and tach system
2014 Added Aqualarm temperature and oil pressure alarm system
2015 Added AIS receiver
2015 Replaced stereo system and added satellite radio with remote control unit
2015 Refrigeration and A/C systems services, 2 raw water pumps replaced
2015 Sail cover and dinghy cover replaced
Engine & Propulsion
Propulsion: Cummins Diesel, NTA 855M, Serial Number 25174110
Reported Horsepower: 325 Hp Maximum RPM at 1600 RPM
No of cylinders: Six in line No. of Hours: 2,635
Service has been performed by certified Cummins technicians. Minor overhaul occurred in 2001 with new injectors, rebuilt fuel pump, new head gaskets, cleaning of head and valves; resetting and calibrating valves. In 2010, Cummins certified technician overhauled and replaced gaskets, seals, thermostats in closed cooling system.
New shaft, stuffing box and engine mounts installed by Bradford Marine of Ft. Lauderdale in 2001. Engine and generators serviced according to manufacturer specifications.
Speed: Maximum is 9 knots, far more efficient to run at 8 to 8 ½ knots.
Gallon per hour Cruise: Approximately 5 ½ gallons per hour with smaller generator operating simultaneously with main propulsion engine.
Tankage: Six fuel bunkers and one day tank. Vented, on deck and upper sides of hull, Primary fuel bunkers (six) aggregate to 2,338 gallons. Day Tank is 92 gallons. Fuel tanks are integral, built of steel with convenient cover/access plates. Fuel tanks cleaned, inspected in 2006.
Racor “Polishing” system on board allows one to draw from one fuel bunker and transfer to another.
Range: Conservatively if yacht is operated at 8 knots and consumption per hour including 9.5 generator is 5 ½ gallons per hour, then range beginning with full fuel tanks, excluding day tank, would be 425 operating hours or 3,400 nautical miles.
There is a combination Racor Filter System removing water/debris before diesel fuel enters the engine room’s day tank. In 2014 a New Floscan fuel flow and tach system were added. Also, Aqualarm temperature& oil pressure alarm system was added in 2014.
There is a 115 VAC Racor “Blender/Polisher” system so that all fuel bunkers can be “cleaned/polished” by using a series of valves, drawing fuel from a bunker and returning it back to the bunker.
There is Racor Crankcase ventilation filer system; also a Walker Fuel Sep for the main propulsion engine.
There is a Racor Air Filter/Silencer System.
Engine and diesel generators have their own Verna- Lift water mufflers
Mechanical, Deck Equipment
On the bow’s deck, there is a 24 VDC Ideal Anchor Windlass with two wildcats, with brakes and clutch. On the top of the windlass is a capstan that can act for line kedging or warping
Below the Anchor Windlass is a spacious anchor locker with ample room for the two chain rodes. A sea anchor was added to inventory in 2012.
There is a 140 lb Pekny Anchor and an 85 lb CQR. Equipment is set for chain rode.
There is a large, robust stainless steel anchor pulpit with rollers for both anchors and chain rodes.
On the main mast are two LED spreader lights, a steaming light and the Aqua Signal multi-light (anchor/navigation/strobe)
Mast has steps for easy climbing to top. New sail cover was added in 2015.
There is a 24 HP hydraulic bow thruster, operated off a variable displacement pump on the main engine. New zincs were added.
In the engine room, there are two diesel generators, both Phasor. One is a 21 Kw generator and the other a 9.5 KW generator
There is a 40 gallon per hour Watermaker’s Inc. watermaker , Model WMSQ -600, 230 VAC. Membranes were replaced in 2008.
Workbench with vise located in the engine room.
Numerous spare parts inventory are on board.
There are three Cruise Air air conditioners, pilothouse is a 21,000 BTU; Forward and great cabins are treated, respectively, by two 16,000 BTU A/C’s. All A/C’s are 230 VAC. Two new raw water circulation pumps replaced in 2015. Serviced annually.
There is a reverse cycle on the air conditioners for heating. System was serviced in 2015
There are two Kahlenberg Horns. New switch & Solenoid installed for horns, 2013.
A Ritchie compass with 5” card
Aqua Signal masthead light (anchor/navigation/strobe).
Several Newmar Converters, converting 24 VDC to 12 VDC where needed.
Hynautic Steering system with power steering
Two Anderson 58ST stern winches for aft davits or warping winches
Access by hardtop is a davit lifting arm for inflatable storage, deployment and retrieval. Davit can lift 1,000 pounds with GOLO winch, which was factory rebuilt in 2012.
Newer tender, 2007 AB RIB w/ 30HP Honda O/B with less than 100 hrs. was added. The davits were custom fitted to handle the new tender in 2014. New dinghy cover 2015.
In the engine room, there are two diesel generators, both Phasor. One is a 21 Kw generator and the other a 9.5 KW generator. In 2013 a new 24V lighting system was installed in the engine room.
Two 50 Amp Cords; easy to use just one with power management at dock. Both incoming 50 amp service is assisted by a Charles Iso-Booster Transformer
There is a master circuit breaker panel for VAC service with a sub VAC panel in great cabin. There are two master VDC panels with several sub panels. Where necessary, Newmar converters move 24 VDC to 12 VDC.
All wiring U.S. and all Alternating Current at 60 Hz cycles.
One bank of batteries are 6 volt Prevailers, in series to stage up to 24 VDC, (2008).. There are two clusters of batteries for two sets of house batteries. 4 newer batteries replaced with AGM - 2013. One set dedicated to starting main engine. Each generator has its own 12 volt Prevailer battery.
There are two separate battery chargers.
The two forward heads, sinks and showers plus the separate washer exhaust water into a sump which, in turn through a bilge pump and sensing switch, exhaust gray water overboard. Guest heads rebuilt 2013 and 2014.
Likewise, the galley sinks drain into an aft sump which, in turn through a bilge pump and sending switch, exhaust gray water.
Vessel carries 793 gallons of fresh water in two identical water tanks, both a mid-length, one on port side and the other on starboard. Water is dispensed by a Groco Paragon Senior pump, 24 VDC. There are two fresh water pumps “in line” and one acts as a backup. Fresh water is distributed after going through an Atlantic (manufacturer) Ultra Violet treating system. Also, fresh water is filtered with a spun filter system.
There is a 20 gallon hot water heater, located in engine room.
At the after most part of the aft deck, there is an outlet for hose with cold/hot water mixing capacity for an outside shower on the swim platform.
Marine heads are 24 VDC Vau-U-Flush toilets with “Y” valve for selecting 49 gallon holding tank or going straight overboard.
Sail & Rigging
The sailing rig on BOLD PURSUIT is over-built. It can provide 'Get-Home' propulsion.
The sails consist of a headsail and a mainsail. The rig is primarily used to assist in power and steady the vessel when underway.
Headsail is operated by a Hood hydraulic furler, model 3250, 24 VDC
Main sail can be hoisted from cockpit and has the capacity for lazy jacks.
Sheet Winch for headsail is a model 28 Barient Winch
Boom is supported by a Selden “Rodkicker”.
Mast has steps for easy climbing to top. Mast height above waterline is 42'.
Spreader lights were replaced with new LED units in 2013.
Present Owner's bought BOLD PURSUIT in 2012. Previous Owner did a complete refit for the Great Cabin and Pilothouse in 1997 & 1998. Boat was recoated in 2000 with Awlgrip, and then again in 2006. In 2001 the hardtop and enclosure were added.
Refit also included new wiring, new plumbing and extensive additional items that upgraded the vessel. The architectural designed extension of the framed swimstep was completed in autumn of 2001; it actually became part of the hull, increasing waterline length. Teak decking was replaced in 2006.
In 2011 the rudder was dropped and the entire rudder post and assembly was rebuilt. New canvas in 2011. Since 2012, an AB RIB and 30Hp outboard were added. New electronics including Fluxgate compass, Furuno Nav system, Furuno Weather receiver, AIS receiver, TV, Stereo system & Satellite radio system, Pumps replaced, new sail covers, new batteries in house bank, new 24V light system in engine room, and many other improvements. (See complete list in this Listing).
All mechanical systems have been maintained according to schedule and maintenance has been logged.
Considering the motion-dampening effect of having the sail rig and the bilge keels, the vessel is quite comfortable and stable. Performs well in a sea.
Vripack is a name synonymous with sea-worthiness. This vessel has proven itself to be a good sea boat that can take its crew anywhere they wish to explore. The maintenance and condition of this vessel make it a unique boat, on the market. We welcome your inspections.
This vessel will convey with all integral equipment essential & belonging to the boat. Personal tools, belongings and property of the owner will be removed before sale. A list of exclusions will be made available upon agreed contract to purchase.