YACHT DETAILS

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Campai

  • 72.3333'
  • 1993
  • SOUTHERN WIND SHIPYARDS
  • Portsmouth, Rhode Island, United States
  • $595,000

ABOUT CAMPAI

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: SOUTHERN WIND SHIPYARDS
  • Category: Cruising Sailboat
  • Model: N/A
  • Model Year: 1993
  • YearBuilt: 1993
  • 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: 3/6 - Crew R/B/S: 1/3/0
  • LOA: 72' 4" (22.05m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 19' 1" (5.82m)
  • Min Draft: 8' 10" (2.69m)
  • Max Draft: 8' 10" (2.69m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: --
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: 1,400 Miles
  • Max Speed: --
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: 9 Miles
  • Displacement: --
  • Gross Tonnage: 63 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 528 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: 75 Gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 581 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: 4
  • Sleeps: 6
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: 3
  • Crew Sleeps: N/A
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Aluminum
  • Deck Material: Teak
  • Hull Configuration: Monohull
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Ron Holland
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: Ron Holland
  • Interior Designer: Antonio Minniti
  • Manufacturer: John Deere
  • Model: N/A
  • Engine Count: n/a
  • Engine Type: N/A
  • Fuel Type: N/A

Vessel Overview

 

 Campai was designed by Ron Holland and built by Southern Wind shipyards in Cape Town for the founder and    owner of Southern Wind. She was designed as a crewed yacht for the owner and charters with a luxuriously  large owner stateroom aft and separate crew areas forward. Twin cockpits, one for the sailing crew and one for  owner/guest relaxing add to the feeling of space and privacy. 
 
   
 Campai is a powerful sailing yacht with simple sailing setup and equipment that enables safe and comfortable world ocean cruising. 
 
   
 Campai has been cared for and maintained by a professional crew all her life along with the owner’s commitment to ensuring that all systems and cosmetics are kept to a high standard. This has enabled campai to have a long and successful charter career and maintain her excellent reputation in the industry.
 
   
Campai’s recent continued maintenance and upgrades include a new engine and drive train in 2014, new hydraulics power unit in 2016, and exterior paint re-spray in 2014.
 


   

Hull and Deck

The hull is aluminium with a bulb and wing keel and a skeg-hung rudder aft.

The deck is teak over-ply laid on an aluminium subdeck. Recent restoration work on the teak-laid deck has given it a like-new look and feel whilst extending its life. Awgrip applied on the topsides, deck and coachroof (new in 2014). The decks have Lofrans windlass inset in a locker, with rope and fender lockers in the side deck.

Access to the engine room and workshop area is also from the side deck and a large lazarette aft houses the generator, ice machine, sails and water sports equipment.

- Hydraulic engine-driven, retractable bow thruster
- SS bow rail with seat, double lifelines and boarding gates, port and starboard
- Custom SS swim ladder with teak treads
- SS stern rail with gate for folding composit passerelle
- Custom wooden deck chocks for tender storage underway
- Lofrans Titan windlass
- 105 lb CQR anchor with 330' chain rode (new 2013)
- Fortress FX-85 anchor
- 4 Rondal flush deck hatches (new Perspex 2016)
- 2 Goiot large 61.61 deck hatches (new Perspex 2016)
- 5 Goiot medium and small deck hatches (new Perspex 2016)
- 3 Lewmar opening ports into cockpit
- Vented propane locker in deck
- Navigation lights
- Spreader lights
- Dodger and two biminis for crew and guest cockpits (2012)
- Awnings for boom and foredeck
- Cockpit cushions (new 2008)
- Hull painted (2014), Awlgrip "Flag Blue"
- All deck and coach house painted Awlgrip Matterhorn White (2014)

Cockpit

The forward guest cockpit with custom teak-slatted benches and fitted cushions features a large fold out table accommodating 6 for dining. It is protected by a large dodger with a zip out front panel for ventilation, an integrated bimini for shade, and side panels for sun or rain protection. The companionway has a large sliding teak-covered aluminium hatch and a sliding concealed and windowed door. A B&G remote panel display for wind and speed information is integrated into the forward cockpit bulkhead.

The aft sailing cockpit features a large 60” SS and teak wheel on a pedestal with B&G multi-function display, autopilot controls and mounting for integrated navigation iPad. Engine controls and bow thruster joystick are also on the binnacle with the winch gear and throttle on the cockpit side. Access to the two aft winches and controls for the hydraulic furling systems is also available in the aft cockpit.

Accommodations and Layout

Campai sleeps 6 guests and 3 crew in 3 staterooms plus the crew cabin. Each cabin includes en-suite heads,showers and separate AC units. Cabins are accessed from the cockpit through a large companionway down a small set of stairs to a raised saloon with large windows, plenty of light and all-around views. On the port side, a large dining table accommodates seating for 8 for dining. To starboard is an extra banquette for seating. The saloon features a 37” flat screen TV with cinema surround-sound and DVD systems. Music is available from a Wi-Fi integrated stereo to saloon/deck.

Steps down on the starboard side lead to the owner’s suite and the navigation station. In the short corridor a large navigation table and seat contains the boat computer and communications equipment including the B&Gsystems repeaters and auto pilot controls, SSB and VHF radio, radar and satellite telephone. Opposite the navigation desk is the electric control distribution panel for the control and monitoring of all systems on board.

Next to the control panel is the door leading to a large engine room and workshop. The spacious engine room allows for servicing of the engine, water maker and other systems without disturbing the accommodation areas plus a workshop area with tool cupboards and a long workbench and sink.

The Master cabin is aft with a large centreline king-sized walk-around bed, vanity table with stools, 2 seater settee, 2 full length wardrobes and drawers for clothes at the side and under the beds. Included en-suite is a large master bathroom with separate stand-up shower, sink, head and bidet.

Forward of the saloon and down 3 steps is the 2 forward Guest cabins. To port, a queen-sized bed with side access, ample storage in an attached wardrobe and drawers, AC, and en-suite wet head with shower. To starboard, a double bunkroom with storage in a wardrobe and drawers plus en-suite wet head and shower.

Forward down the corridor is the crew area. The galley has a large fridge and freezer, a fold up table for extrasurface, a 4-ring propane stove with oven, and an electric grill. Also included is a double sink, additional storage in wall and floor cabinets and a wall mounted combination microwave oven.

In the forepeak is the crew cabin with 3 single bunks, en-suite wet heads and AC system.

All heads have electric Vacuflush toilets operating with fresh water.

The teak finishing is superb throughout with teak and holly gloss varnished floors. All are removable for inspection, cleaning and storage. Walls are satin-varnished light teak with much of the handrails and trim in high-gloss varnished teak.

All seating in the saloon aft cabin and navigation area has leather seat cushions.

There are custom maintenance covers for all the salon and cockpit tables and all seat and seatbacks. 

Mechanical Details

Engine and running gear
- The engine, water maker, batteries, water and bilge pumps and storage for tools and spares are in a large engine        room and workshop area accessed through a deck hatch and door near the navigation station. This allows great access to these systems without disturbing the accommodation sections. There is also a large electrical cupboard behind the  main control panel giving access to the wiring and electrical systems. 

- John Deere 6068 213hp diesel engine (new in 2014), 1300 hours. Computer controlled with engine panels in engine  room and at helm. 2GPH at 1200rpm give 6knots in flat water up to 8GPH at 2200RPM gives 9knots - Richfield 16hp retractable bow thruster. Hydraulic powered from main engine PTO 

- Three bladed feathering Max¬Prop (rebuilt in 2014) 
- Spurs line cutters are installed on the shaft. 

 Genset
- Northern Lights 20kw 22V generator with 21700hrs installed in the lazarette.   
- Genset is controlled from the main electrical panel, consumes 1/2 GPH.  

 Fuel
- Two integrated aluminium fuel tanks totalling 581 gallons are fitted port and starboard outboard of the main engine.  Separate Racor fuel/water separators for the generator and main engine with electric prime pump for the generator and  emergency shut¬off valves.

- LPG aluminium tank is located in the segregated overboard¬vented deck locker with electric solenoid controlled     from the galley, and manual shut¬off valves fitted, plumbed to the galley stove. Spare tanks (2) are kept in a sealed locker with overboard drain in the lazarette. 

 Plumbing   
- Two integrated aluminium fresh water tanks totalling 528 gallons are located in the engine room port and starboard, each with fill, vent and supply lines. 
- Fresh water is made at 48 gallons per hour by a HEM 220V AC water maker. 
- Hot water is provided by two 8¬gallon water heater with 240V AC immersion coil or heat exchanger hoses with the main engine.  
- Pressurized fresh water is provided by 2 Groco PSR 24v water pumps plumbed in parallel for redundancy.  
- Each of the 4 heads has fresh water electric Vacuflush toilets (MSD Type III) plumbed to a central 75-gallon           integral holding tank. The tank can be emptied by tank pump¬out or overboard through a SeaLand B pump that     powers the heads system. A Y¬valve is plumbed inline for direct discharge whilst offshore  
 - Showers and sink grey water drains into a 150-gallon tank and can be set to empty automatically with a                   Jabsco waste pump or stored. 
- Pressurized hot and cold deck fresh¬water deck shower in deck locker also has T to deck washdown hose.  
- High pressure saltwater anchor tackle washdown and on¬deck firefighting is provided by a Shurflo Extreme Pro     Blaster washdown pump in the anchor windlass locker. 
 - Bilge pumps aboard include: 
       - Sealand B pump with selector manifold for pumping centre bilge, engine room and chain locker. Can also be used to empty grey tank. 
       - Manual double chamber whale gusher under floor in main bilge. 
       - Engine mounted impellor pump for emergency engine room pumping. 
       - 2 submersible rule pumps with auto float switches in lazarette. 
       - All bilge areas have high level alarms linked to central electrical panel.  

AC 
- 5 cruise air systems for aft cabin, saloon, port cabin, starboard cabin and crew area including galley; all 220V

Refrigeration 
- 3 compressors, one for the refrigerator and 2 for the freezer power forced air evaporators.
- Timed defrost system for freezer. 
- Large commercial 220V icemaker in the lazerette. Steering Cable and chain steering with hydraulic auto pilot           controlled by B&G hydra pilot system.

Anchoring and Docking

Ground tackle
- 105­pound CQR Anchor
- 330­feet 1/2” BBB chain
- Fortress FX 85 secondary anchor
- Delrin bow rollers
- Lofrans Titan windlass with deck controls

Docking
- 8 1­inch Mega Braid dock lines of various lengths
- 6 hard and 2 inflatable fenders with hanging lines and custom covers
- Teak & fibreglass folding Mediterranean style removable stern boarding passerelle

Electrical

Campai supports both 24V DC and 120V & 24V AC system voltages. The electrical distribution and breaker panels for both AC and DC systems are well labelled and easily accessible for operation at the navigation station.

House battery bank of 1,000 amp­hours at 24V consists of 8 8D 250Ah AGM batteries (new in 2014), Navigation battery bank 200Ah at 24V is 2 8D AGM and engine start batteries 200Ah at 24V are 2 8D AGM (new 2015), all located in the engine room. Genset start battery is a 12V group 24 battery in the lazarette in a polythene battery box.

AC power is provided by shore power, gen set or inverter. Shore power is via a Marino deck socket, 13kWisolation transformer and 50amp cable to selector box in the engine room controlled from the main panel. The Northern lights generator provides 20kW of 220V power. A 1800W Xantrex sine wave inverter powers the 220V systems and 700W and 300W 110V inverters power the TV, AV and computer systems.* Batteries are charged by 3 AC battery chargers, 2 100 amp Mastervolt chargers for the house batteries, a 30 amp charger for the navigation batteries and by alternators also. One large 100 amp engine driven alternator for the house and navigation batteries and smaller alternators for the engine and generator start batteries.

Sails and Rigging

Masthead rig. Zenith/Rondall triple spreader painted (2011), keel stepped mast with SS rod rigging (2011). Rondal Hydrofurl 200 hydraulic furling for the genoa and Rondal Hydrofurl 100 hydraulic furling for the staysail. Navtec manual hydraulic tensioners for the genoa halyard, Staysail halyard and main outhaul l located at the mast. Navtec manual hydraulic tensioner for backstay and vang in the sailing cockpit. Spinnaker pole mounted on track on the front face of the mast. Backstay has insulated section for the SSB antennae. Half halyards for the 2 foresails leave the mast area uncluttered. Running backstays with tricing lines are run to the cockpit.

Sails are North sails. Fully battened main with 3 reefing points, 133m2, genoa 140m2, staysail.

Hydraulic winches and furling powered by Lewmar commander power pack, new 2016.

Running rigging includes genoa and staysail halyards, DynaOne (new in 2014), spinnaker halyard and main halyard Endura braid Euro color (2014), genoa sheets and running backstays Endura braid Euro color (2015)

Winches include:
- Lewmar Commander 400 hydraulic system. Power pack and DCV valves (new in 2016)
- 2 x Lewmar 900 3ST hydraulic primaries with finger/foot controls in cockpit
- 1 x Lewmar 460 ST manual traveller
- 2 x Lewmar 650 3ST manual secondaries/back stays
- 1 x Lewmar 650 ST hydraulic mainsheet with finger/foot controls in cockpit
- 1 x Lewmar 550 ST manual reefing
- 1 x Lewmar 650 ST hydraulic spinnaker halyard with finger/foot controls at the mast
- 1 x Lewmar 66 ST hydraulic main sail halyard with finger/foot controls at the mast
- 2 x Navtec Code 12 halyard tensioners

The North sail inventory consists of:
- North slab reefing fully battened mainsail
- North furling 130% genoa
- North furling staysail
- North asymmetric spinnaker (red) with sock

Electronics

- B&G Hydra 2000 Sailing instruments including wind speed and direction (at masthead), apparent wind, boat speed, depth, temperature and log.
- B&G MultiFunction displays at helm, chart table and in crew cabin, extra display in guest cockpit.
- Analogue boat speed, wind speed, apparent wind angle and magnified wind angle displays at helm.
- Matsutec GPS and AIS transponder linked to PC and wireless network for iPad navigation
- Windows PC (2014) charting software, fully integrated o Simrad RA 772 radar
- Fluxgate compass
- Independent handheld Garmin GPS receivers / plotters for redundancy and ditch bag
- Plastomo 6” magnetic compass at helm
- WEMPE brass clock & barometer at nav station
- Masthead­mounted Windex

Auto pilot
- B&G Hydra Pilot auto pilot control at helm and navigation station
- B&G ACP2 control
- Lecomble Schmitt HVR Power pack and VHM cylinder
- B&G Fluxgate Compass o B&G rudder reference sensor

Communications
- Local and worldwide voice and data communications are provided through redundant systems including:
- VHF:
- COM IC­M504 VHF radio with DSC (new in 2014)
- ICOM Commander II VHF remote at helm (new in 2014)
- 2 ICOM IC-M88 waterproof handheld VHF transceivers
- HF: ICOM IC­M802 SSB radio and AT­140 automatic antenna tuner (new in 2013)
- WiFi: BadBoy xtreme ship­to­shore internet system with Apple WiFi router
- SATCOM: Iridium base unit for sat voice and data call integrated with boat PC

Entertainment
- Three Sony DVP­SR510H CD/DVD players
- Panasonic 37 inch plasma TV in saloon
- Samsung DVD home cinema surround sound with 4 Bose mini speakers and Bose subwoofer
- IPod docking station
- Apple TV movie management system
- Alpine CDE123 CD Stereo with amplifier and subwoofer in saloon and external speakers.
- Salon stereo connected to WiFi router to allow Airplay from iPhones
- 4 stereo CD players in guest and crew cabins

On-Board Safety Gear

- Navigation lights at bow, stern and masthead
- Zodiak offshore 8-person life raft (2012, serviced in 2015) in cradle with hydrostatic release
- 2 Switlik MOM 8-person overboard module
- 4 USCG type-5 inflatable lifejackets with integral harnesses
- 8 safety harnesses with tethers
- 8 USCG type-1 lifejackets
- 4 USCG type-2 lifejackets
- 2 ACR 406 EPIRBs, one stern mounted with hydrostatic release for the grab bag
- SOLAS region 0 flares kit
- Comprehensive first aid kits
- Smoke and CO2 detectors/alarms
- 13 Fire extinguishers and galley fire blanket
- Well­stocked ditch bag
-  Emergency tiller
-  Search light

Tender and Water Sports

Novurania 13’ hard-bottomed inflatable RIB tender with steering console. Carries 6 passengers and is lifted and       stored on the foredeck in custom wooden chocks and SS bottle screw deck tie downs.
- Yamaha 50HP outboard with 4-bladed propeller for extra pull when wakeboarding or water skiing
- Trim tabs
- Folding swim ladder
- Anchor, chain and nylon rope
- Waterproof cover
- Water skis, wake board, towable ring, towable 2-man ‘biscuit’, harness and towropes
- 8 adult and child buoyancy aids for water sports
- 2 person inflatable kayak in like-new condition

Documentation and Spares

Comprehensive hard and soft copy library of manuals and documentation for most systems and components, charts, cruising guides, and books. Extensive spares and tools.

Charter Inventory

As a busy charter yacht Campai has a full inventory of linen, towels, tableware, galley utensils and crew uniforms including:
- 3 sets of guest linen for each bed including top and bottom sheets and monogrammed pillowcases.
- Decorative bed covers and shams for guest cabins.
- 3 sets of monogram towels for 6 guests
- 12 monogrammed swimming towels
- Dinner and lunch table settings, crockery and cutlery for 8
- Numerous sets of linen napkins
- Crew uniform in various sizes
- All required galley utensils, tools and machines required for gourmet cooking
- Several sets of crew linen

Broker's Remarks


Campai brings together a perfect balance of performance under sail, comfortable accommodations and entertaining areas on deck and below and seawise attributes that simply  make her an ideal home on the water, in port of far at sea.  

She is well suited for either family world cruising or to continue her extremely successful career in the charter trade. She is attractively priced to encourage an expedient sale.
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