YANMAR diesel engine, model 4LHA-STP 179 kW / 243 hp
3296 engine hours at October 2018
ZF Gear box and throttle controls
Speed (max.): 9.00 knots
Speed (cruising): 8.00 knots
Range: 1,950 nm
Propeller: GORI 4-blade (serviced Feb 2017)
Fuel Tank: 2,400 litres
Fuel Filters: PARKER/RACOR double filter
2013 -Engine pump, radiators, injectors, serviced. Plus new alternator 130A
Generator one: 15 kW /20 hp – 3687 hours at October 2018
Generator two: 5 kW / 7 hp – 565 hours running at October 2018
Bowthruster Maxpower hydraulic, in a tunnel, controls at helm.
Air conditioning and Heating
2 x CLIMMA original air conditioning/heating units, plus 1 FRIGOMAR Btu: 60000, added by present owner.
In 2013 the btu air con was incremented 20000, fancoils added to saloon, new control panel, larger owner cabin fancoil, new salt water pump and update of installations.
The system works in reverse cycle for heating
Water-maker Sea Recovery 220 l/hr
SIGMAR marine hot water heater 80 l
Fresh water tank: 1,000 litres
Waste water tank (black water): 220 litres
Waste water tank (grey water): 220 litres
Bilge pumps: 2 DC 24 v plus one manual
4 x Tecma toilets, 3 with carbon lid and seat, 1 for crew standard white
10 x Exide Gel batteries, new in 2015 for engine and gen starters
2 x Mastervolt 100 Amp battery chargers 24/100-C, one from 2013
Mastervolt 12v charger, 2013
Charger 12/25 – 3 in total (2 original)
Mastervolt inverter / converter 220v/24v/5000A
4 cabins in total.
Owner double aft with ensuite; two guest cabins forward with lower double berth plus Pullman above, each with ensuite. Crew cabin at bow with upper/lower berths and separate head.
Owner cabin aft has double berth on centreline, seats on either side, also draw units and hanging lockers / wardrobes port & starboard. The ensuite bathroom with separate shower is forward to port.
In the passageway forward from the aft cabin to the saloon there are electrical lockers and the electric panel on starboard. Up a step brings you the spacious saloon area.
Aft of saloon seating on port side is the chart table / navigation area.
The saloon has two U shaped settees with tables, one extendable. TV forward on port retracts into a unit when not in use. There is good stowage all around. On the starboard side aft is a bar unit with drink fridge.
Aft of the saloon on starboard and down a step is the galley with double sinks, black work surfaces, refrigeration etc.
Forward from the saloon separate doors lead into each of the guest cabins.
The two guest cabins can accommodate 3 in each cabin with a large berth below and a Pullman which can be lowered if needed. Both cabins have a private ensuite bathroom with shower.
The crew area forward is accessed through the port guest cabin / toilet and has a cabin for two with upper/lower berths, a crew head and a crew locker. Access also through the deck hatch.
Forward is the sail locker, accessed from deck only
2 x Siemens refrigerators
Siemens Deep freezer
Siemens micro wave oven
Cooker - with 4 x vitro-ceramic plates, oven, and extractor above.
Siemens Dish washer
Glassware, plates and cutlery.
LG washing machine with dryer (in the lazarette) 2014
A Liebherr wine cooler is situated starboard aft of the saloon (added 2012).
Ice maker 2012
Suunto compasses x 2: RAYMARINE
Navigation instruments – depth-sounder, rudder angle indicator, wind and log by Raymarine
GPS/plotter: RAYMARINE Seatalk
E80 screen at helm
E120 screen at chart table
Satnav - RAYMARINE Seatalk
Radar - RAYMARINE
Raymarine Autopilot 2014
Navtex NCR 333
VHF – SAILOR 5022, GMDSS compliant
JOTRON handheld VHF
SSB Radio telephone SAILOR 4500 B MF-HF
Sharp Aguos TV in aft cabin
Satellite TV aerial installed 2012
Smart HD TV in saloon 2016
Stereo system by BOSE - Canal + Decoder + amplifiers 2012
WIFI system - router/antenna on mast.
Rigging and Sails
SPARS & RIGGING
Hall Spars carbon mast
Leisure Furl mainsail, boom furling, with carbon boom
Hydraulic Reckmann headsail and staysail furlers
Staysail with self tacking track system
Stainless steel rod rigging
Mainsail halyard on captive winch
Hydraulic oil tank: 30+10 l
(mast and boom last revision and paint in 2012, rigging also inspected at that time)
SAILS, by QUANTUM all originals from 2007 but good quality and serviceable.
Self tacking staysail
A4 assymetric spi for cruising
Winches: 6 x Lewmar, all self tailing:
2 x 88 hydraulic – genoa sheets
2 x 65 hydraulic - main sheet
2 x electric 65’s by the mast - halyards
Muir Windlass mounted at bow. Revision 2012
2 x Muir hydraulic capstans at stern:
Lewmar 60 kg stainless steel anchor
60 kg galvanized spare, chain length 100 m
Lewmar steering system,
Companionway hatch with hydraulic opening system
Electric Berenzoni passarelle installed 2012
Tender and Safety Equipment
Aermarine Cabrio 3,60m tender with Suzuki 4-stroke outboard 40 hp (stows on foredeck), new 2013
New stowaway cradle on deck 2013
2 Bathing ladders - 1 x topside stb + 1 x swim platform
Canvas winter cover
Berenzoni folding Passerelle / gangway, retracts into stern.
Sun awning and sprayhood
2 x Zodiac Solas 6 person Life rafts
Standard CE/IMO complying life jackets
2 x automatic extinguishers in engine room
Sixteen Tons is ex “Dos de Trebol”. When this owner purchased her he made several additions and changes. The former stern dinghy garage was converted to stowage (they wanted a larger dinghy that is now stored on deck). For extra comfort he included a drinks fridge, ice-maker, TV’s, music and wifi.
Topsides on this Yacht are painted on a two coat system. This is the base plus a clear topcoat.
The top clear coat was resprayed “rebarnizado del casco" in 2014, providing extra brightness to the black topside.
The yacht benefits from constant maintenance by her crew.
YARD WORKS 2017
Propeller shaft replaced
Bearings (pair) on shaft replaced
Folding GORI propeller sent to factory for service and refit
Silent blocks set on main engine replaced
Full repaint of engine bay bilges
New shaft seal
Antifouling and paint works
Strut bearing changed
Main engine silent blocks changed
Tender VHF changed
Water heater resistor changed
New Smart HD TV
Stbd cabin fan coil repaired
Liferaft and fire system serviced
New starter batteries for main engine and generators
Small generator water pump changed
Refit Works 2014
Main engine exhaust manifold
Review solenoid bow thruster
New main/ staysail halyards
New main halyard / topping
New spinnaker halyard and spi halyard
Forward windlass refit
Aft Capstan and fwd windlass chromed
PTO system revision
New central bilge pump
Redistribution exhaust manifolds
New main water pump for generator
New gasoil pipes
Hull waterline painted
Hull top coat re-sprayed to give extra brightness to the topsides colour.
Saloon floors varnished
New Exterior fold up table
New automatic pilot
New gasoil filter system
New electro valve watermaker
New extractors in chargers box and in electric panel
New access ladder to lazarette
REFIT WORKS 2013
Stainless steel stanchions change
20000 btu air conditioning, new system added
Increase fan coil size master cabin
New panel control air conditioner compressor
New seawater pump air conditioning
Main engine refit:
Revision Ser injection pump motor
Revision Ser engine radiators
Revision Ser engine injectors
New alternator principal engine 130A.
Exhaust elbow generator 1
Injectors generator 1
Induction new pump generator 1
Cleaning oil tanks
Increased power anchor windlass
New Mastervolt 100A charger
New Mastervolt 12v charger
New hydraulic hoses furling staysail
Increased grey water tank capacity
Grey Sika applied to teak deck
Exterior stern lights
Shore power cable
Tap in galley
Life jackets 275N
New SART transponder
Inside tables modified
Reading lights in cabins
New hinges for shower doors
Mastervolt charger 100A
Mastervolt charger 12v
REFIT WORKS 2012
Mast and rig review
New hydraulic hoses furling genoa
Installed cathodic protection
New icemaker, washing machine, wine fridge
Anchor winch service
New HiFi Bose system with amplifiers
Berenzoni passarelle installed
Bowthruster transmission changed
Lazarette bilge pump
SUMMER WORKS 2018
New charger and inverter
New bilge pumps
Clean and repaint bilges.
New varnish on exterior tables
Change some hydraulic pipes