Laid-up GRP, single skin Aramid/Kevlar reinforced composite with structural stringers and floors to Lloyd’s approved design specification. Outer hull laminate in NPG gelcoat using Vinylester and Polyester resins.
RAL 1019 Graubeige colour hull with cove line and twin boot stripes in white.
Moulded in GRP with balsa core.
Teak laid decks.
High performance bulb (HPB) external lead keel.
Twin spade rudders.
Flush aft deck with single deck hatch over port side of aft cabin.
Hydraulically controlled fold down bathing platform with stainless steel rams.
Large Solimar hatch on transom for access to lazarette, removable bathing ladder and hinged stainless steel steps with teak tread for access to aft deck from bathing platform.
Remote control fobs, plus hardwired control switches mounted into stainless steel box on pushpit.
Built to comply with the requirements for Category A – Ocean.
Built to MCA Category 2 specification. Watertight bulkheads only to MCA specification. Can retrofit watertight doors if required.
Stainless steel 81kg CQR main + 135m x 13mm stainless steel chain.
30kg galvanized Danforth Kedge anchor + 10m galvanized chain and 100m 24mm Octoplait rope.
Anchor locker contains deep stowage boxes for padeyes/blocks etc., plus fuel can stowage attached by padeye and line.
Dri-plug in anchor locker for anchor light.
Lewmar V8 hydraulic windlass with foot switches at bow.
Midships gateway stanchions with removable stainless steel hinged boarding ladders.
Gate to pushpit.
Telescopic hydraulic Besenzoni stainless steel passerelle.
Falcon sliding companionway hatch system for main companionway with inflatable seal and counter balance system.
Solimar flush deck hatches.
Aft cabin – Solimar teaked over hatch.
12 vertical direct bonded, frameless feature hullports to owner’s and aft guest cabins.
8 direct bonded, frameless non-opening hullports.
8 direct bonded, frameless deck saloon windows in toughened smoked glass.
All canvas work in Sunbrella Heather Beige:
- Bimini over helm positions and over main cockpit with window under boom light;
- Covers for cockpit table, pedestals and steering wheels;
- Boom Tent;
- Cockpit cushions;
- RIB cover;
- Foredeck awning.
- Sunbrella runners for all except aft cabins. Galley runners in clear PVC.
- Sun lounging cushions for aft deck.
Hot and cold freshwater deck shower in transom locker.
Fresh and salt-water anchor/deck washes. Freshwater hose attachment point at aft end of boat plumbed directly into hose outlets in cockpit and on foredeck to allow freshwater wash-down without trailing a long hose across the deck.
Walk-through teak-laid cockpit.
Stainless steel drinks holders to pedestals and at companionway.
Wichard folding padeyes as harness attachment points.
Speakers flush mounted into seat fronts.
Varnished cockpit table seating 10 with stainless steel frame, folding leaves and refrigerated drawer.
2 Astron chairs.
Twin white carbon wheels.
Recessed tender well doubles as a refreshing pool or a comfortable sunken sun-lounge area when filled with the bespoke cushions to fit dimensions of the tender well.
Set up for use with spinnaker pole. Can also use a halyard to launch the dinghy.
Lazarette locker with twin stainless steel gas struts.
Custom stowage in lazarette for 3 diving cylinders and plywood box for lead weights.
Stacking box stowage system in lazarette.
Lazarette soles covered in rubber.
Stainless steel pulpit and pushpit.
Stainless steel fairleads, retractable mooring cleats.
100cm, 16 gauge rolled stainless steel rubbing strips (by cleats) secured with Sika not screws.
Liferaft storage built into pushpit.
Stern quarter curved pushpit seats in teak and stainless steel.
Twin fishing rod holders on pushpit.
Custom made high quality wine and glass holders to fit into fishing rod holders.
Stainless steel removable ‘bum bars’ to perch on when helming.
Large folding winch padeyes on bulwark in line with retractable warping winch on foredeck.
2 x 8mm Wichard padeyes in base of dinghy well outboard.
Lewmar Padeyes port and starboard on bulwark forward of runner stand-up blocks.
MAST and RIGGING
Sloop with removable inner forestay.
Upgraded 4-spreader High Modulus carbon mast and boom with Oceanfurl In-boom furling.
Extra uplighters and downlighters on additional spreader.
Painted white Awlgrip.
In-boom preventer system.
Stainless steel position-indicating boom vang with readout on B&G system.
Hydraulic stainless steel backstay adjuster.
Hydraulic stainless steel tensioner for headstay.
Hydraulic storm stay adjuster.
Navtec Hydraulic tensioner ram on mast for Genoa 1 halyard.
Hydraulic outhaul for mainsail.
Upgraded Hall carbon rod rigging, painted white.
Upgraded head stay foil to Reckmann Carbon.
Upgraded 2 XCS clutches in black anodizing – for spinnaker foreguy and jib car puller jammers.
Oceanfurl in-boom furling.
Foresail furling – Reckmann.
Code furling – Reckmann.
SAIL-HANDLING REMOTE CONTROL
Sail handling onboard Karibu can also be done via a remote control box for mainsail, with functions to control
main halyard, mandrel, luff tension, vang and outhaul.
Lewmar hydraulic winches:
2 x Lewmar – 88/3 SHST – three-speed, hydraulic drive, stainless steel self-tailing primary winches.
1 x Lewmar CRW3500 hydraulic captive reel mainsheet winch, mounted below deck.
2 x Lewmar – 77/2 SHST – two-speed, hydraulic drive, stainless steel GY, self-tailing secondary winches.
2 x Lewmar 77/3 SHST hydraulic drive, stainless steel GY, self-tailing halyard winches.
Sanguineti retractable warping winch on foredeck.
Hall Spars carbon spinnaker pole stowed vertically on mast. Hall Spars whisker pole stored in sail locker.
Split version jockey pole with stowage brackets in sail locker - mast and deck fittings.
Cruising furling jib in Epex membrane taffeta/taffeta.
Mainsail in Epex membrane taffeta/taffeta.
Code 0 in Film/Film Carbon/Technora.
Racing mainsail in Epex film/film membrane.
Code 2 Jib in Epex film/film membrane.
A2 in nylon (custom colour) with C0-tech inflatable snuffer.
A5 in nylon (custom colour) to be used with furling cable.
Spinnaker staysail with furler.
Twelve berths in six cabins.
Five heads with separate shower stalls plus starboard crew head/wet room.
Interior joinery finished in limed teak.
Essential features include sculpted fiddle rails and grab rails, ‘shadow-gap’ joints between panels and Oyster custom knobs for lockers and drawers.
Custom 2mm edging to all locker doors and drawer fronts to accentuate framing effect.
Cabin sole in limed teak V-grooved plank style.
Surfaces in heads in white Grama Blend marble.
Galley surfaces in Avonite Boardwalk Satin.
Rheinstrom Y12 Vacuflush toilets throughout.
Headlining in white/beige combination in saloon.
Upholstery in Saloon – Napoli Stone Leather. Crew Covers.
Trio Ving cabin door handles.
Electric Oceanair blinds for owners cabins.
Oceanair manual blinds in forward cabins.
Oceanair hatch flyscreens in forward cabins.
Exterior removable sun mesh for forward and curved corner saloon windows.
Light switches and sockets - Vimar black chrome.
All down lights throughout can switch to red nightlight mode for sailing.
Forced Air system ensuring fresh air throughout.
Hella Fans in each cabin and galley.
Centralised Aertecnica vacuum cleaning system with three connection points and a centre suction plant in engine room.
The luxurious carpeted aft cabin is configured with the double berth offset from the centerline, desk and large hanging locker with ample drawer and locker space and includes a document-sized safe and shoe rack. The 32” TV is mounted above the desk. Bevelled edge mirror inside cabin door. This cabin has its own companionway hatch entrance to the aft deck via a teak laid sliding hatch and glazed washboard.
The cabin features special large vertical non-opening ports set into the hull sides bringing in an abundance of natural light and a wonderful view of the ocean when at anchor.
There is access to the en suite aft toilet and shower located forward of the sofa to port. Removable stainless steel rail in shower stall for draining waterproofs. Clips in hanging lockers to store the rail. Laundry basket in heads compartment.
Forward of the Master cabin are two guest cabins, one either side of the corridor. Both cabins boast the triple vertical non-opening ports as in the owner’s cabin.
PORT TWIN GUEST CABIN
This cabin comprises twin lower berths with one removable Pullman berth, a hanging locker with four drawers under the berths and en suite heads and shower. Bevelled edge mirror inside cabin door. Removable stainless steel rail for draining waterproofs. Clips in hanging lockers to store rail.
STARBOARD DOUBLE GUEST CABIN
The starboard side cabin comprises a double berth, hanging locker, two drawers under the berth and en suite heads and shower. Bevelled edge mirror inside cabin door. Removable stainless steel rail for draining waterproofs. Clips in hanging lockers to store rail.
One set of steps leads up from the aft passageway to the raised saloon. Access to this saloon from the cockpit is via a sliding, smoked, glazed access system and a set of timber steps with laminated timber handrails.
RAISED DECK SALOON
The saloon features a large square shaped settee to starboard. The table is twin pedestal design with two individual coffee tables that electronically convert to a single large L-shaped table. To port is a serving area with icemaker and glasses cabinet.
Two sets of steps lead down from the raised saloon to the navigation area, mid guest cabin and forward crew area.
To port with aft facing chart table. Double plug. AC and DC electrical panels are located inboard of the navigator’s seat.
MID GUEST CABIN/MEDIA ROOM
Doubling up as an entertainment suite, this en suite cabin has a sofa that converts to a double berth with removable pipe cot. 32” Apple TV and Blu-ray DVD player networked throughout the boat. V-SAT hub is located in this cabin. Shelf on bulkhead under TV for remote control stowage. En suite has stainless steel rail fitted in shower stall for draining waterproofs.
Forward of the navigation station and starboard of the mid guest cabin; there is a sliding door opening onto the crew area. This includes a beautifully equipped linear galley, utility area, engine room access, crew mess, and two forward en suite crew cabins and sail locker.
Accessible from the galley the engine room is immaculate with standing room, workbench, impeccable installation and labelling.
To starboard of the galley and just under the forward end of the saloon is a utility area that houses the refrigerators, one freezer unit and ironing board and laundry equipment.
Stainless steel sink and drainer system.
BOILING WATER TAP
Domestic 66cm x 60cm Miele electric oven in custom stainless steel gimbaled frame. Alpes cooker hood recirculating air filter system is integrated into the galley joinery.
Salvis Cucina Easy 632T combination convection oven.
Custom made crockery.
Front opening stainless steel refrigerator and freezer plus a Vitfrigo vegetable drawer.
Pull out hanging basket system aft of the cooker.
Domestic Miele dishwasher.
Miele Honeycomb care WT2780 combination with tambour door fitted.
Wall mounted custom-made knife holder for 10 Wusthof Classic kitchen knives.
Fold-down ironing board concealed on the side of fridge housing.
Access to the rubbish bin in Avonite worktop.
Forward of the galley is the crew mess area with private seating for four via L-shaped sofa plus two fold down seats and a fold-up leaf on the inboard edge of the larger than standard crew mess table. 28” TV mounted on wall. There is a ladder from this area to the deck for crew access, thus negating the need for crew always having to access the yacht via the saloon.
PORT FORWARD DOUBLE CAPTAIN’S CABIN
To port and forward of the galley is a Captain’s en suite double cabin with removable pipe cot, hanging locker and a bevelled edge mirror on the inside of the cabin door.
The berth has been raised to allow ample storage underneath and there is a combination keypad safe. En suite head/shower with stainless steel rail for draining foul weather gear. The 22” LG TV with overhead speakers is mounted on the forward wall. There is also a Fusion head unit that controls sound system and B&G Zeus touchscreen chart plotter.
STARBOARD FORWARD CREW CABIN
To starboard and forward of the galley is a twin bunk crew cabin with hanging locker, drawers and cupboards. he en suite heads/wet-room has a stainless steel rail for foul weather gear and a watertight access door leading into forward sail locker.
FORWARD SAIL LOCKER
This is accessed from a watertight door from forward starboard heads or from the foredeck hatch.
AUDIO VISUAL SYSTEMS
Fusion head unit for iPod docking and Apple TV throughout. Blu-ray DVD hub in mid guest cabin networked to each cabin.
LG Apple TV 28”. HDMI to navigation desk plotter. Satellite phone connection.
2 Bose speakers in headlining.
Wiring for two speakers and switch, connected to lower saloon system.
LG 28” Apple TV in crew mess.
MID GUEST CABIN
LG 32” flat screen Apple TV.
KVH Vsat system – Satellite TV/Internet and satellite telephone (cost of local phone call).
4 x Bose waterproof speakers.
Fusion head unit.
AFT PORT TWIN
TV LG 28” Apple TV on bulkhead.
Bose speakers in the headlining.
TV LG 28” Apple TV on bulkhead.
DOUBLE GUEST CABIN
Bose speakers in the headlining.
32” LG Apple TV with Bose sound system.
Cummins 300Hp engine.
Approximately 3.500 hours at April 2017.
Brunton Varifold propeller.
Ambassador rope cutter on shaft.
MB Alternator 24V/150W.
2 x 22.5kW Onan generator. Second generator upgraded from standard.
Reverso electric oil change pump with a manifold and four takeoffs, one from each generator, one from the engine, one from the gearbox.
3.400 hours and 4.100 hours at April 2017.
2 x Lewmar 300VRT retracting 28Hp.
Whitlock Mamba rod and gearbox system.
Lewmar 400 Commander system located in engine room to operate headsail furling, staysail furling, windlass, mainsail furling and mainsail outhaul.
220V Cruisair reverse cycle system, comprising 6 BTU units to give a total of 83,000 BTUs.
U-Line icemaker in saloon working off own inverter.
Klarstein wine cooler with 2 zones and glass door for 12 wine bottles.
Cathelco Seafresh – 250 litres per hour.
Centralised Aertecnica vacuum cleaning system with three connection points and a centre suction plant in engine room.
3735 litres approximately (821.5 Imp gallons/987 US gallons) in 2 GRP tanks.
REVERSE FUEL FILTRATION SYSTEM
Reverso fuel polishing system – 150 GPH series.
2120 litres approximately (466 Imp gallons/560 US gallons) in 2 GRP tanks.
TANK TENDER GAUGES
Offshore tank tender gauges in engine room.
From two insulated approximately 93 litres (20 Imp gallons/24 US gallons) tanks heated by the engine’s heat exchanger or by thermostatically controlled 220V, 2kW immersion heater elements powered by the generator/dockside power. One tank serves the area forward of the engine room and the other aft of the engine room. Each tank is fitted with a thermostatic safety blender valve.
PRESSURISED HOT AND COLD FRESHWATER SYSTEM
Water supply is from two tanks totaling approximately 2120 litres. The GRP tanks are treated with inert gelcoat, fitted with baffles and provided with Polyvent covers.
Breathers are also fitted. There are two separate systems that can be integrated as one. In emergency the entire boat can run off either pump. UV filter in freshwater line, so that all freshwater passes through it.
BLACK WATER HOLDING TANKS
Two central Polyethylene ‘black water’ holding tanks are installed as standard for all five of the WCs. Each tank is configured for discharge below water with additional ability to pump out from deck. The tanks are fitted with electric tank capacity gauges.
910 litres total capacity – 370 litres forward tank and 590 litres aft tank.
There are five grey water sump tanks each fitted with float switch and Whale Gulper pumps giving automatic evacuation of all showers and washbasins. The galley sinks pump directly overboard via a Whale Gulper pump activated by a Vimar rocker switch.
Bronze manifold for seawater inlets to reduce through-hull fittings. Flow sensors into raw water manifolds for both generator sets and main engine with alarm at chart table.
24V with one 12V socket.
220V AC ring main with double, 2-pin Euro outlet sockets located throughout the boat. 17 sockets additional to standard layout.
Domestic: Sonnenschein 12 x 2V 1497Ah gel.
Engine start: 2 x 12V Varta 95Ah.
Generator start: 2 x 12V Varta 95Ah.
Chargers – in engine room – Mass chargers 100A/24V x 3.
Monitors – Mastervolt Monitors – Masterlink BTM 3, Masterbus repeater, Masterview Easy 3.5.
Regulator – Alpha Pro 24V.
Emergency link system between the domestic 24V battery bank and 24v engine start battery.
Mass Sine Inverter 24/1500W, 230V 50Hz for the icemaker.
Mass Sine Inverter 24/5000W, 230V 50Hz located in the engine room.
2 x dockside power cables – 20m and 10m lengths. 2 x 63A socket in transom.
Prebit down-lighter LED lights in brushed chrome finish that can change to red while under way.
LED strip lighting and down-lights in each heads, as well as over the galley work surfaces.
Florescent lighting over hob in galley.
Dome 24V lights in engine room.
Auto lights to hanging lockers.
Prebit reading lights in each berth except forward crew cabin.
Automatic light to drinks locker.
Red ‘courtesy’ footlights at deck saloon steps.
Three boom lights over cockpit table.
Eight uplights and ten downlights on spreaders.
Four dome 24V lights in lazarette.
Aqua signal bow and stern navigation lights.
Lopolight all round red warning light and tri-colour light at masthead.
Red over green Aqua Signal AQ55 sailing lights on mast.
Aqua signal anchor light plugged in at the bow.
Underwater LED lighting.
Water resistant LED lighting in dinghy well.
LED lights in transom to illuminate bathing platform.
Sirs - Sestrel Major Compass.
All sailing instruments are B&G.
2 x H3000 at bulkhead.
3 x size 30/30 displays on rig.
At pedestals: Chart plotter Zeus 12, Multifunction H3000 GDF display (7 on board), analogue apparent wind angle, analogue magnified apparent wind angle, aft transducer display.
AP 1000 autopilot, 1 x H3000 multifunction display, analogue apparent wind angle, analogue magnified apparent wind angle.
Autopilot, H3000, Zeus 12 chart plotter at chart table.
B&G touchscreen chart plotter in captain’s cabin.
Furuno secondary GPS display at navigation table.
B&G 4G radar.
B&G Zeus x 4.
AP 1000 x 2 displays.
Windex at masthead.
Simrad RS87 GMDSS.
2 x handhelds.
Icom M802 + Pactor Modem DR-7400.
KVH V-Sat Satellite phone with handsets in every cabin. Head unit located in mid guest cabin.
PC and INTERNET
Vasari PC plus remote panel.
Synology NAS drive, Victron DC DC converter, Yachtspot wireless, Wi-Fi antenna on spreader, Logitech wireless keyboard and mouse, printer, scanner and Moxa USB hub.
Kerio Control 100 and Ruckus R500.
Cameras on spreader.
Camera on stemhead to watch anchor chain being raised/lowered.
Camera in engine room.
Viking 8UKSL – 2 x 8-man liferaft. Next service date: November 2019.
406 MHz Kannad in lazarette. Next service date: September 2018.
Automatic bilge pump in engine room.
Whale manual bilge pump on deck.
2 x Horseshoe lifebuoys.
Emergency wheel in lazarette.
Various including fire extinguisher in engine bay upgraded to auto and manual operation.
Bilge alarm system fitted with alarm sounders at navigation station and at steering pedestals.
Float switches at watertight compartments with led warning lights and alarms.
OTHER SAFETY FEATURES
CCTV camera – engine room, rig, bowsprit.
Infrared camera on mast.
Forward and aft watertight bulkheads and doors.
Pischel 4,30m with 60Hp engine.
WARPS AND FENDERS
All warps and fender socks are colour burgundy to complement the exterior colour scheme.
Bauer Junior II dive compressor, 3 bottles, 3 sets dive kit.
One in master cabin, one in captain’s cabin.
SPARES AND MANUALS
NB: All personal belongings and all other items not expressly listed in the above inventory are excluded from the sale.
Viewing through Oyster Brokerage.
The name ‘Karibu’ will remain with the boat after it is sold.
Inventory not yet verified by the owner.
Issue 4 (OG/OB/lh)
In this transaction we are acting as Brokers only. We are informed that this sale is not related to the Owner’s business, trade or profession. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.