• 70'
  • 1995
  • San Diego, California, United States
  • $970,000


  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: MCMULLEN & WING
  • Category: Performance Sailboat
  • Model: Performance Cruiser with Pilothouse
  • Model Year: 1995
  • YearBuilt: 1995
  • 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: 4/8 - Crew R/B/S: 0/0/0
  • LOA: 70' 0" (21.34m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 17' 6" (5.33m)
  • Min Draft: 8' 6" (2.59m)
  • Max Draft: 8' 6" (2.59m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: --
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: --
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: --
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: --
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: --
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 6
  • Heads: 2
  • Sleeps: 8
  • State Rooms: 4
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: N/A
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Aluminum
  • Deck Material: Aluminum
  • Hull Configuration: Moderate Fin with Skeghung Rudder
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Alan Warwick
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: Awlgrip
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: Perkins
  • Model: N/A
  • Engine Count: n/a
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel


Historically speaking, every ten years or so, someone designs and builds a truly one of a kind proper offshore vessel that establishes a new industry standard. MAYA happens to be one of these creations, and from the standpoint of quality, safety, speed and short-handed capabilities, few boats can compare, and best of all, she is a truly beautiful design.


Sleeps 8 owners and guests in 4 staterooms. 3 guest staterooms and head forward, watertight door to the salon. Large midship galley with walkthrough aft to owner’s stateroom with ensuite heads.  Pilothouse with helm station and helm seat, bench seat opposite.  

Master Stateroom - Aft

The Master Stateroom is full width aft with centerline queen berth and ample storage underneath. There is a large hanging locker space and numerous drawers. A sofa is located to starboard. Ensuite head with shower stall and watertight entrance to pump room is outboard and to port of the engine room. Clothes washer & dryer (2015) is located in this area.

Guest Staterooms

The three Guest Staterooms are forward and can be utilized for guests or crew. The port Guest Stateroom has a pullout double berth. The two forward staterooms have single upper/lower berths, drawer storage, as well as fold down desks. These three staterooms share a head to starboard with shower stall and numerous storage lockers.


The Main Salon is located amidships and has to port a large U- shaped settee done in leather with the navigation station starboard with one comfortable leather chair, ample books, and chart storage and built in drink refrigerator (holding plate system).

The interior wood is satin varnished New Zealand Tawa, which is light colored and a very hard wood. Wheelhouse headliner is another New Zealand wood, Remu. The sole is solid teak and holly.


Three custom made stainless steel 20 lb. propane bottles; propane leak detector
Deep freezer 
LG  microwave oven 220V
Drink refrigerator
Propane Force 10 stove with exhaust fan
Stainless steel double sinks

Deck Equipment

140lb CQR anchor & 70kg Rocna
AB RIB dinghy (2013)
Honda 25 hp 4-stroke (2015) 
Mercury 3.3 motor
Dinghy davits (2003)
(2) Maxwell V6 windlasses (2015) 
(2) 450 ft. 13 mm chains
125 lb Fortress anchor
70kg CQR
(2) Removable deck chairs with flush mounted sockets
(8) Chrome deck vent dorade boxes
Well-designed pedestal at stern for mounting antennas and domes 
Large lazarette locker with vast storage shelves
Dock lines & fenders 
Cockpit table
(2) rod holders

Engine Room

Perkins 225 HP (complete service 2015 at a cost of $25,000)
Cruise-Air air conditioner with reverse cycle heating
Hundested controllable pitch propeller system (serviced by factory technician – 2015)
Hobelt engine controls
Jabsco emergency bilge pump with manifold to pump out any watertight compartment (2015)
Electric fuel transfer system for all 4 fuel tanks plus day tank (approx. 830 gallons)
Automatic fire control system in engine room
Watermaker Inc. 1200 gal/day watermaker with UV & charcoal filter (all new – 2015)
Dry exhaust system with water separation system
(2) Accusteer hydraulic steering pumps (factory rebuilt – 2015) 
Spare parts


Two redundant systems, 240 volt refrigeration custom made using 404a refrigerant. System can run on 240 volt inverter or shore power. (Full service – 2015) 

Electronics & Navigational Equipment

(2) Green Marine monitors - pilothouse helm station (2015)
Robertson autopilots AP 20 & AP300X
Furuno 2107 96-mile radar with RCU-014 keyboard and tracker (new 2015)
Furuno FMD-3200 electronic charting display with charts
Comnav G2 Navigator GPS with GLONASS
Furuno AIS (2015)
Northstar GPS
Leica MX 400 GPS, plus two extra remote GPS’s
(2) ICOM VHF radio remotes 
ICOM M800 SSB radio with dual head
(2) compasses
Flowscan (2015)

Green Marine monitor
Leica MX 400 DGPS Navigator, plus two extra remote GPS’s
V SAT & Iridium satellite communications with auto switch over (2015)
Trane & Trane Inmarsat-C with email, EGC & distress (not activated)
(2) ICOM M424 VHF’s (2015)
Furuno weatherfax

B&G sailing instruments at outside helm with display added in pilothouse (2015)
Robertson autopilots AP 20 & AP300X
(2) anchoring controls at cockpit

B&G monitor in master stateroom (2015)

Electrical System

The electrical outlets are all 120 or 240 volts. All switches on DC panels are double poles and each panel has ground fault indicators.

24V DC electrical system
3500 watt 240-volt inverter
1500 watt 120-volt inverter
Engine battery alternator (has "smart" regulator)
(2) 100-amp MASS 24-volt battery chargers
Balmer battery condition monitor (2015)
House batteries – AMG Mastervolt 8D batteries (2015)
Engine start batteries 
Northern Lights 20 kw generator with spares - 6,712 hours (April 2016)
120-amp 24V alternator for house batteries (has "smart" regulator)
Isolator transformer enables shore power 120, 240 or 400 volt plug in
New LED interior lighting that is switchable to red (2015)

Sails & Rigging

Sailplan I – 82.02’, J – 26.9’, P – 74.8’, E – 25.26’ 
Triple spreader mast designed by Chris Mitchell of New Zealand and built by Matrix
Leisure furl electric boom furling added 2002 & upgraded in 2003 
Navtec rod rigging – all new 2014
Mast & boom removed, disassembled, inspected and fully serviced in 2014
Reckman roller furling on both headsails
Fully battened main, 120% Yankee, staysail/storm jib new 2010 built by Halsey-Lidgard - New Zealand 
Tri-sail built by Sobstad of New Zealand
Orange storm jib March 2003
All winches are Lewmar - serviced 2015
(2) 72ST - Electric  (Primaries)   
(4) 62ST- Secondary (4) 54 ST – at mast
(4) 54 ST – at mast
(1) 54 ST- Electric – at mast (main halyard)
(1) 58ST – Electric – at mast
Hydraulic boom vang (rebuilt 2015)
Hydraulic backstay (rebuilt 2015)
Running backstays (2014)
Heavy duty Bararossa mainsheet stopper

Safety Equipment

Windslow Super Ocean 8-man life raft with extensive survival gear 
Commercial parachute anchor system with 300' of 2" rode, bridle, swivel, and recovery system
Custom wooden braces for all lockers and freezer/refrigerator lids to secure them in case of a knockdown 
Full Lee cloths and seat belts throughout the vessel 
New quick deployment nylon emergency boarding ladder 
(2) John Buoys with automatic CO2 deployment devices 
Several Sospender life jackets, tethers and harnesses 
A set of 6 personal EPIRB units for attaching to harnesses with direction finder/search receivers (EPIRB's have a direction finder receiver aboard for location of individual EPIRB's)
MOM 8-A inflatable rescue horseshoe
Storm shutters for windows

Construction & Maintenance

Fin keel with skeg rudder
Aluminum hull 
Built of heavier scantlings than required by Det Norske Veritas survey
Topsides - 8mm plate 
Bottom - 10mm
Keel area - 12mm 
Bottom - 50mm 
Frames separation -  600mm 
Stringers were doubled from just aft of the beam forward
Side and forward glass windows are a double layer of 8mm armor plate glass laminated together
Wheelhouse is watertight from the rest of the boat
(5) watertight bulkheads 
All flexible tubing replaced (2015)
Water pumps rebuilt (2015)
Hydraulic steering s/s piping rebuilt (2015)
S/S sea cocks tested replaced if needed (2014)
Tanks inspected (2014)
Blackwater & freshwater plumbing replaced (2014)

Sailing History

MAYA was built to sail anywhere in the world with safety and ease of handling the prime concern. The systems have been designed for short-handed sailing. The first owner whom ordered the construction, and his wife sailed the boat from New Zealand to Kodiak, Alaska and returned to Seattle with just them and their two small children (this was before the Leisure Furl Boom was installed). 

The second owner did a significant refit including adding the Leisure Furl Boom.  He did extensive cruising.

The third and present owner did upgrades and cruised in the western hemisphere.