YACHT DETAILS

VESSEL DETAILS

SI VIS PACEM

  • 24 m
  • 2005
  • SOUTHERN WIND SHIPYARDS
  • Italy
  • 1 650 000 €

ABOUT SI VIS PACEM

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: SOUTHERN WIND SHIPYARDS
  • Category: Performance Sailboat
  • Model: N/A
  • Model Year: 2005
  • YearBuilt: 2005
  • Year Refit: N/A
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: Italy
  • 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: 0/0/3
  • LOA: 78' 9" (24.00m)
  • LWL: 67' 4" (20.51m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 19' 5" (5.90m)
  • Min Draft: 12' 6" (3.80m)
  • Max Draft: --
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: --
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: --
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 36 Tonne
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 1,210 Liters
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 8,706 Liters
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: N/A
  • Sleeps: 6
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: 3
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Carbon Composite
  • Deck Material: N/A
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Bruce Farr
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: Yanmar
  • Model: 4LHA-STP
  • Engine Count: Single
  • Engine Type: N/A
  • Fuel Type: N/A

DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS

1. MAIN CHARACTERISTICS
TYPE Sailing Yacht
MODEL Farr Nauta 80DS –Performing Cruising yacht
BUILDER Southern Wind
NAVAL ARCHITECT Bruce Farr
YEAR 2005
REFIT 2018
CLASSIFICATION MCA LY2 (SCV) Certification
CONSTRUCTION Carbon Composite hull
FLAG UK
ENGINE 1 x Yanmar 4LHA-STP
DISPLACEMENT 36.4 tons
CREW Up to 3
HULL PAINT Awlgrip
Flag Blue hull; Matterhorn white stripes repainted (2013)
Transom and toe rail painted Flag blue (2017)
Antifouled International micron 77 Black (2018)

2. DIMENSIONS
LOA 24.00m / 78’8’’
LWL 20.51m / 67’3’’
BEAM 5.90m / 19’4’’
DRAFT 3.80m / 12’5’’
AIR DRAFT 35.10m / 115’1’’

3. CAPACITIES
ACCOMMODATION 6 x Guests in 3 cabins
2 x Pullman berths suitable for children only
CREW Up to 3 x Crew
FUEL 2,300 litres / 607 US gallons
100 litre gravity feed day tank w/G&R transfer pump
FRESH WATER 1,210 litres / 319 US gallons in 2 composite tanks
w/internal wash baffles
GREY WATER 200 litres / 52 US gallons in 1 composite tank/ 4 sumps
BLACK WATER 318 litres / 84 US gallons 2 composite tanks

4. CONSTRUCTION
HULL
· Hull is built on a male mould in advanced composite sandwich construction (wet lay-up, vacuum bagged, and post-curing techniques)
· Materials used: SP Ampreg 22 Epoxy resins, Corecell foam, carbon fibres, Kevlar ans eglass
· 11 x Structural transverse bulkheads / frames
DECK
· Deck is built on a female mould in advanced composite sandwich construction (wet lay-up, vacuum bagged, and post-curing techniques)
· Materials used: SP Ampreg 22 Epoxy resins, Klegecell foam, carbon fibres
KEEL AND BULB
· Fin weight is 3,119 kg, according to designer specifications in ASTM A536 8055-05
· Bulb weight is 10,322 kg, according to designer specifications
RUDDER
· Rudder Stock and blade in SP SE84 pre-preg system
· Rectangular rudder stock section tapering in laminate and geometry, top & Bottom
FINISHING
· Acrylic top coating for transom and deck superstructure
· Awlgrip two-component polyurethane paint, blue colour for the hull, Matterhorn white for deck
TEAK DECK
· Deck, sun-beds area, side deck, seats and cockpit soles finished in teak wood planks
DECK FITTINGS
· Stainless steel custom fittings made by Southern Wind Shipyard in accordance with drawings

5. ACCOMMOCATION
Guests are particularly attracted to the yacht by the interior layout, a large cabin forward and the two guest cabins amidships – maximising the beam of the yacht for space and location in the middle of the yacht for comfort at sea.
The two guest cabins aft both with en-suite are another plus due to the fact that the guests in these two cabins have identical accommodation.
The separate crew area means that the crew have real opportunities to relax and rest – something not often found on a yacht of this size.
FORWARD CABIN
Walk around double bed, with lee cloths and facility for central lee cloth
Custom made natural fibre mattress by the Naturalmat Company
2 x Large hull windows port and starboard with blinds
HEOS Bluetooth stereo system
Settee on starboard side, below window
Dressing table to forward and port
2 x Large hatches with Oceanair Blinds
B&G FFD mounted into joinery
Safe
Bookshelves, port and starboard above windows
European style power points
Frigomar air-conditioning controller to twin fan coils
HEADS
Large heads and shower compartment
Tecma fresh water flush toilet and bidet
Separate shower stand with Perspex panel. Vola shower fittings
Avonite sink with teak varnished wash tops
Large hatch for ventilation with Oceanair blinds
European style power point
LOWER SALOON
Seating area to port
Bookshelves to port
Denon smart stereo system giving 5.1 surround sound in the upper saloon and to both TVs
Bar fridge
Leather covered seats
Samsug LCD Flatscreen TV linked to 3 x Sennheiser wireless headphones and Play station 4
To starboard, storage for crockery, glasses, serving plates, place mats and other domestic items
Set of 12 dinner plates, side plates and bowls
European style power points
Frigomar air-conditioning controller to single fan coil
UPPER SALOON
Varnished teak table to port, with seating on three sides and a pull out style bench seat on the fourth
Silvertex covered seats, with crew covers
To starboard, coffee table and two seats, facing fore and aft
Samsung LCD Flatscreen TV
2 x Hatches fitted with Oceanair blinds
Curtains
1 x 5 teak steps fitted with non-slip leading to forward cockpit
B&G Hydra 3000 Display
Bookshelf
European Power points
Frigomar air-conditioning controller to twin fan coils
AFT CORRIDOR
Corridor with lighting running aft to galley and crew area
Prism installed in deck head for further natural light
Under floor freezer
Storage lockers located port and starboard
Door at aft end leading to galley
STARBOARD GUEST CABIN
Twin single beds
Custom made natural fibre mattresses by the Naturalmat Company
Fittings for removable Pullman style bunk
Abundance of overhead, under bed and locker storage
Large hull window with blind
HEADS
Separate heads: Tecma fresh water flush toilet
Avonite sink with teak varnished washtops
Extractor fan
Prism installed in deck head for further natural light
Separate shower stool with Vola shower fittings
European power points
Frigomar air-conditioning controller to single fan coil
PORT GUEST CABIN
Twin single beds
Custom made natural fibre mattresses by the Naturalmat Company Fittings
for removable Pullman style bunk
Abundance of overhead, under bed and locker storage
Large hull window with blind
HEADS
Separate heads: Tecma fresh water flush toilet
Avonite sink with teak varnished wash tops
Extractor fan
Prism installed in deck head for further natural light
Separate shower stool with Vola shower fittings
European power points
Frigomar air-conditioning controller to single fan coil
PORT CREW CABIN
Twin lower and upper bunks
Custom made natural fibre mattresses by the Naturalmat Company
B&G FFD
Storage in lockers, drawers and shelves
Frigomar air-conditioning controller to single fan coil
HEADS
Split into two separate compartments with connecting door
Fwd compartment: Tecma fresh water flush head
Vola shower fittings (wet head)
Aft compartment: Avonite sink with teak varnished washtops
Mirror with storage cupboard behind
STARBOARD CREW CABIN
Twin lower and upper bunks
Custom made natural fibre mattresses by the Naturalmat Company
Access to Siemens washing machine
Storage in lockers, drawers and shelves
Frigomar air-conditioning controller to single fan coil
COCKPIT
Teak with integral Frigoboat DC powered fridge, capacity for approx
20 x wine bottles and approx 70 x 330ml beverage cans
Comfortable dining for 6 persons in standard configuration or up to 10 pax w/ extention deployed
Cockpit fully cushioned in dark blue towelling type cushions
Variety of scatter cushions in red and white
Bridge deck offering large sunbathing area with large cushions
LAZARETTE
Housing steering quadrant, Simrad autopilot with Meridian Hydraulics,
Angelo Gandola passarelle and hydraulic motor
Shore power receptacles – 2 x 50amp.
Gas locker: (in Lazarette) Storage for 3 x 9kg Propane Gas Bottles

6. MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
ENGINE 1 x Yanmar 4LHA-STP continuous rating output at crankshaft:
177 kW (240hp) @ 3,300rpm
ENGINE HOURS 9,424 hours as of 2nd May 2018
GEARBOX Hurth ZF80A
PROPELLERS 1 x Brunton - 4 blade folding propeller Varifold-
with rope cutter. Major overhaul May 2012/ 6,338Hrs
GENERATORS 1 x 17.5 kW Onan MDKBE c/w PTO pump
Major overhaul including new sound deadening 
November 2010/ 6,905 hours
Major service Feb 2013/ 8,550 hours
1 x Onan MDKBM (New September 2012)
Bearings changed and coolant system flush 2018
GENERATOR HOURS As of 2nd May 2018
Gen 2: 7,057 hours
Gen 1: 9,919 hours
ME: 9424 hours
HYDAULICS Meridian, 3 x DC pumps and PTO pump driven by 
large generator. Servicing winches, windlass and 
transom door (autopilot on separate system). 
(Tank stripped and serviced 2013)
BATTERY CHARGERS 3 x Victron Combi Charger/ Inverters Multi Plus 24volt 
70amp (new 2009) 
BATTERY INVERTER 1 x Mastervolt 24v 5000W (for dish washer, cooker
washing machine, icemaker, & microwave only)
 (located in upper saloon)
AIR CONDITIONING 2 x Frigomar chillers (new 2013)
2 x Fan coils for chilling engine room (new 2011). 
Refrigeration: 2 sets of AC and DC compressors: 
  Set 1: Servicing Galley Fridge and Floor Freezer 
Set 2: Servicing Galley Freezer and Saloon Fridge
Total BTU 64,800, with reversible Summer-Winter cycle
Fan coils for each compartment
Condensation draining in grey sumps
FRESH WATER SYSTEM 2 x G&R Fresh Water pumps (220V, 24v) as backup
HOT WATER HEATER 1 x 65 litres Torrid horizontal 
TOILET SYSTEM Tecma
WATER MAKER 1 24v Spectra Newport 1000, providing approx 
140 litres/ hour, located in sail locker
Remote MPC 5000 controller at nav table, 
2865 Hours (rebuilt 2013) 
WATER MAKER 2 Tecnicomar 220v providing approx 230 litres/ hour
Approx 825 hours (new membranes 2011)
FUEL 100 litres gravity feed day tank with G&R transfer pump
PUMPS Variety of grey (Feit), black (G&R) and bilge water 
(G&R and Jabsco) pumps, oil transfer pump permanently 
plumbed into all three engines

7. SAILS & RIGGING
SAIL WARDROBE North Sails NPL Tour UltraXC Nor Lam
SAIL AREA 320 sqm (Mainsail + Genoa106%)
SAIL INVENTORY
FULL BATTEN MAIN SAIL North Sails NPL Tour UltraXC Nor Lam 183.4m2
HEAD SAIL North Sails NPL Tour UltraXC Nor Lam 136.9m2
ASYMMETRIC SPINNAKER Red with snuffer - Quantum
ASYMMETRIC SPINNAKER 30% smaller than above, red with snuffer - Quantum
(New 2007)
STAYSAIL Spectra - Quantum
STORM STAYSAIL In Orange- Quantum
Mast Ultrasound tested 2011 and 2013
Full 6 year survey 2018
RIG Three Spreader rig, swept back 20 degrees
MAST Southern Spars carbon mast
BOOM Park Avenue
SPINNAKER POLE Park Avenue & spinnaker pole painted in Matterhorn White
RIGGING Navtec Rod rigging (new 2011) NDT 2013, surveyed 2018
RUNNING RIGGING All new 2018, except for Kite sheets and guys
FURLER Reckmann Hydraulic Furling Head Stay with RTA
(overhauled by Reckmann 2018)
WINCHES & DECK GEAR Harken self-tailing winches with aluminium drum.
2 x Hydraulic Harken 74-3 halyard winches
2 x Manual Harken 66-3 reefing pennant winches
2 x Hydraulic Harken 1110-3 primary winches
2 x Manual Harken 980-3 runner winches
1 x Hydraulic Harken 980-3 mainsheet winch
1 x Manual Harken 56-2 traveller winch (removed
2012, but still on board in spares)
B&G Forward cockpit: 2 x 20/20
Aft cockpit: 2 x 20/20, 2 x FFD, 1 x Wind

8. NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
ENGINE CONTROLS Next to and below starboard pedestal w/ stainless
steel panel Ignition on/ off, Start, Stop and Alarm
Mute. Instruments for Revs/ hours, oil pressure,
water temperature and alarm lights
NAVIGATION COMPUTER PC, integrated into Navnet and all instruments
CHARTPLOTTER 2 x Raymarine (chart table and pedestal new 2018)
AIS Comar CSB 200, with individual VHF Antenna,
mounted on starboard lower spreader
GPS Furuno DGPS GP-37 antenna mounted on pushpit
NAVTEX Furuno NX-300 antenna mounted on pushpit
MONITORING Digital tank monitoring system
IT Wifi system for BGAN
Wifi Antenna – Yachtspot, mounted on port lower
spreader
Wifi system for shore WiFi
OFFICE EQUIPMENT Wireless operated printer, scanner and copier
MISCELLANEOUS 3 x Bookshelves
Nav Table
Weems & Plath ship’s clock and barometer
Navigation table suitably sized for a paper Admiralty
chart
Various circuit breakers, switches and controls for
systems recessed into brushed stainless facia
STEERING PEDESTAL Port pedestal - housing cables with a stainless and
teak and holly varnished wheel
Raymarine chart plotter 2018
B&G remote button for 20/20 control
Stainless steel grabrail w/ 2 x holders for mugs/ bottles
STARBOARD PEDESTAL Housing cables with a stainless and teak and holly
varnished wheel
Anodised aluminium panel housing
Simrad Autopilot AP20 control,
Switches for on deck lights and navigation lights.
Additional switches for Large Generator on/ off,
PTO on/ off, Transom Door up/ down.
Separate joystick style control for Maxpower
retractable bow thruster (Model R300/21).
Icom VHF Command
B&G remote button for 20/20 control
Stainless steel grabrail w/ 2 x holders for mugs/ bottles
WINDINSTRUMENTS B&Gs
Forward cockpit: 2 x 20/20
Aft cockpit: 2 x 20/20, 2 x FFD, 1 x Wind
OTHER B&G Instruments

9. COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
SATCOM Thrane & Thrane Sat C terminal (linked to PC), antenna mounted
on pushpit
SATCOM SAT C
Simrad BGAN 250 Fleet Broadband, mounted on port lower spreader
VHF Icom IC M601
ICOM VHF & SSB
3 x Icom handheld VHFs
Icom IC-M802 VHF, with on deck hand mic
Icom IC-M601 SSB (insulated backstay)
FLEET BGAN Fleet 250 Handset
IRIDIUM Iridium Handset
EPIRB McMurdo G4 GPS with removable on deck hydrostatic release
SART ACR Pathfinder 3

10. DECK EQUIPMENT
AFT WARPING CAPSTANS Flush mounted/ retractable electric warping drum
(new 2011)
WINDLASSES Lewmar V6 Hydraulic windlass (new 2009)
ANCHORS CQR Anchor 105 pounds (47 kilos) with
110m- 12 mm calibrated galvanised chain (2009,
regalvanised 2012) CE approved
Operated by aluminium pivoting anchor arm with
roller and safety pin, settling below deck level in locker
(regalvanised 2012)
Kedge anchor and warp
PASSERELLE Angelo Gandola Hydraulic stainless steel and teak w/
Quick controls
SWIMMING LADDER Stainless steel removable at transom door
Aluminium removable at amidship
BIMINI Carbon fibre bimini covering the forward cockpit
with recessed LED lights. Suitable for all conditions
(has been exposed to over 50 knots of true wind).
Sunbrella Navy Captain material used for cover (new
2013). Structure designed by C-Designs
SPRAYHOOD Forward sprayhood with central roll up window
(zips on three sides). Framework drops into recessed
channel. Sunbrella Navy Captain (new 2011) New
windows 2017
Aft sprayhood framework drops into recessed channel
TWIN LIFERAFT LOCKERS Port and starboard, each housing 8 man liferaft valise
Starboard locker contains fresh water hose point, with
hot and cold water
TRANSOM/SWIM PLATFORM Transom door operated by twin hydraulic rams,
controlled from starboard steering pedestal
Steps from deck to swim platform
Stowable steps from platform into the water
Fresh water shower on stbd side w/ hot and cold water
MISCELLANEOUS 2 x Hull supports for yacht storage during haul-out
periods/shipping
Full set of interior protection for aft corridor walls and
all floors, made out of Sunbrella (padded in some
instances) in a Sand/ Tan colour

11. GALLEY & LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT
GALLEY
Frigomar refrigeration system - 24 Vdc-220 Vac 50 Hz
2 x Stainless steel sinks
1 x Large fridge with twin stainless steel doors (with heated surround)
1 x Freezer with steel door (with heated surround)
Cooker (new 2007)
Miele dish washer
Miele drop down electric hob
Panasonic Electric Combi Oven (new 2018)
GN Espace Ocena Chef gas cooker, gimballed (new 2013)
Alpex Inox overhead stainless steel mounted extendable extractor
U-Line icemaker (new 2011)
OTHER
Frigomar air-conditioning controller to twin fan coils
Teak and stainless steel 5 step companionway leading to aft cockpit
White Avonite worktops
Drawers, lockers, and shelves giving suitable storage

12. SAFETY & SECURITY EQUIPMENT
 1 x 4.00m Avon Adventure RIB with 50hp 4 stroke Yanmar outboard
 1 x Minimax fire fighting system

13. TENDER
1 x Avon Adventure 400 RIB in dark blue (new tubes 2012) with/Yamaha
50hp 4 stroke outboard (476 hours); central console with VHF, lopolight LED
navlights, LED Courtesy lighting, sky pole for wake boarding/ watersports

14. COMMENTS
Built in 2005 by Southern Wind Shipyard in Cape Town, SI VIS PACEM (previously known as FAR AWAY 2005 – 2007) is an 80ft performance cruising yacht. The carbon composite construction gives the yacht a responsive and enjoyable performance whilst an interior equipped with all modern luxuries means that the owner and guests can relax after sailing in a high level of comfort.
SI VIS PACEM is a proven charter yacht in the Mediterranean, Caribbean and Pacific with MCA Cat 2 (SCV) Certification. With a gross charter fee of €25,000 W Med Terms (Summer 2017), she offers an owner the opportunity to purchase a yacht with proven charter potential.
Continuously upgraded and maintained to a high standard (by the same captain from 2007-2015), SI VIS PACEM is a yacht for the owner looking for fast, enjoyable sailing and passage making combined with comfort and good looks

15. PERFORMANCE
During the ARC 2007, SI VIS PACEM won line honours out of the 225 yachts entered. The 2,760nm transatlantic took just over 11 days, averaging 10.4knots. Throughout this voyage, the 7 crew operated watches with only two persons on deck at a time, demonstrating that the yacht can be sailed shorthanded, fast and in a safe and seamanlike manner.
From the Galapagos Islands to the Marquesas in April 2010, a passage of 3,025nm, SI VIS PACEM averaged 9.5knots for the 13 day sail.
All engine hours correct as of 2nd of May 2018. Specification and measurements provided in good faith and are known to be accurate by the owner, but should be checked by the broker. E&OE.

16. REFIT NOTES
2017 – 2018 – IMS 700 & COMPOSITE WORKS
HULL STRUCTURE
The hull was visually inspected once the boat was out of the water
KEEL
Two new anodes were installed like for like for the ones currently in place on the keel flange.
DECK EQUIPMENT
ANCHOR CHAIN
The anchor was dropped and the chain was re-painted and colour coded every 10 metres in the order of red, yellow, blue, white, green. The dyneema bitter end strop was replaced new and was lengthened so that the strop extends past the windlass exit. Extra rubber chain markers were also installed.
ANCHOR ARM
All rollers on the anchor arm were removed. The pins where polished and re-installed with tef gel and lithium grease. The forward most anchor roller was completely replaced.
CHAIN LOCKER
The chain locker was completely cleared out and cleaned thoroughly.
WINCHES
All winches were serviced as per the manuals.
CAPSTAN
The mechanical parts of the capstan were taken apart and serviced.
BLOCKS
The following blocks were fully inspected and serviced: kite sheet x 2, runner tails x 2, tack line, mainsheet boom.
Two new jib car blocks were installed. The new car pin stops were upgraded with a stronger metal. The same pin stops were also installed into the stay sail cars.
HATCHES
Both forepeak hatch dogs were removed, serviced and rebidded with epoxy filler.
LEATHER
Leather protection on the forward life line adjusters was replaced with black.
MAST, BOOM AND RIGGING
RIG SURVEY
The mast and boom were removed from the boat at IMS by Marine Results for a 6-year rig survey.
ANTI-CHAFE TAPE
Protect anti-chafe tape was applied to the radar chafe guard, below the mast head kite exit and around the hounds.
JAMMERS
All jammers both on the mast and on the boom were removed and serviced using appropriate products. The Cunningham reef line housing was removed and repainted.
HALYARD SHEAVES
All halyard sheaves and pins in the boom and mast were removed. The pins and fittings were polished and re-installed using tef gel and applying lithium grease in appropriate places. One kite halyard sheave and one jib halyard were replaced and remade using black delrin.
BOOM
All boom fittings were removed, cleaned, polished and re-installed.
STROPS
A new covered loop mainsheet strop for the boom block was made.
A new dog bone was made for the boom centre lashings.
VHF Aerial
A new mast head VHF aerial was installed and incorporated with a windex.
RUNNING RIGGING
All running rigging was replaced as new with the exception of pole braces and kite sheets.
SAILS AND COVERS
MAINSAIL
A new fully battened mainsail was ordered from North Sails UK. NPL Tour UltraXC Nor Lam 183.4m2.
JIB
A new vertical leach battened furling jib was ordered from North Sails UK. NPL Tour UltraXC Nor Lam 136.9m2
FRACTIONAL SPINNAKER
Fully dried out in sun light before storage in container
STORM JIB
Rolled out and visually inspected, found to be in good working order.
SPRAYHOOD
The forward sprayhood was removed, cleaned and put into storage for protection. Blanks were inserted into the recesses.
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
The engine room was thoroughly cleaned after the winter.
ENGINE
A 200-hour service was carried out including:
o Oil Change
o Oil filter Change
o Primary and secondary diesel filter change
o Coolant top up
o Air filter change
o Impeller change
o Visual inspection and cleaning
A new alternator was installed
Composite Works fully refurbished the coolant system including removal, cleaning and checking of:
o Heat exchanger
o Oil cooler
o After cooler
o Sea water pump
o Coolant pump
o Sea water hoses
o Coolant hoses
ENGINE EXHAUST
The main engine exhaust box was removed from the boat and cleaned.
Exhaust hoses and clamps were also replaced with new.
GENERATORS
A 200-hour service was carried out on both generators including:
o Oil Change
o Oil filter Change
o Primary and secondary diesel filter change
o Coolant top up
o Air filter change
o Impeller change
o Visual inspection and cleaning
In addition, Composite Works carried out the following to both generators…
o Disassemble the engine from the generator
o Check all parts
o Change bearings
o Reassemble
o Disassemble and clean heat exchangers
o Start engine and test
SEA WATER INLETS
A full re-fit was carried out on the engine room sea water inlet; from the hull skin fitting, as far as the first pump. All valves and sea cocks were replaced, all rubber piping was replaced, sea strainers were replaced, starboard clarinet was replaced. All connections and fittings were thoroughly inspected and pressure tested where possible and those that were seen unfit were replaced.
PROPELLER
The propeller was removed, cleaned and visually inspected. Teflon bumper pads were replaced and spares were added to the inventory. A new prop anode and anode plate were installed. The propeller was painted with prop speed.
SHAFT
The shaft anodes were replaced with new. The shaft was painted with prop speed.
P-BRACKET
The p-bracket cutlass bearing clearance was measured and was found to have sufficient clearance of 0.25mm on all sides of the bearing.
BOW THRUSTER
Around the GRP bow thruster plate a new rubber seal was created and installed using 5200. Two anodes were also replaced for new on the bow thruster tunnel.
BLACK WATER
A new lid was installed for the forward black water tank in the master cabin heads.
A new three-way valve was installed for the overboard discharge.
Both black water tanks and sensors were emptied, thoroughly cleaned out and dried.
Neither were used for winter season.
GREY WATER
All pumps were tested and visually inspected.
All tanks, sensors and sumps were emptied, thoroughly cleaned and dried. No grey tanks were used over the winter season.
FRESH WATER
Both fresh water pumps were visually inspected and both tank lids were re-sealed.
Both tanks were emptied, thoroughly cleaned and dried. No fresh water tanks were used over the winter season.
SPECTRA WATER MAKER
The Spectra water maker primary pump motor was removed from the boat and serviced. A new computer board controlling the primary pump was also installed. The system was also winterised.
TECNICOMAR WATER MAKER
The system was also winterised.
FRIDGES / FREEZERS
All fridges and freezers were defrosted and left off for the duration of the winter. All were cleaned out and disinfected. Once back in the water, the gas levels were topped back up to normal levels. The seals for the cockpit fridge were replaced like for like.
AIR-CONDITIONING
Glycol was increased to around 20% in the freshwater circuit and some air
was removed from the valve in the engine room. The pressure in the expansion tank was increased to 1.5 bar.
A new drip tray for the freshwater pump was fabricated and installed with a new pipe leading to the condensation drainage sump in the port guest cabin.
HYDRAULICS
Two forward valve blocks were sanded back and cleaned then treated and repainted. All connections were also treated and then covered in hydraulic denso tape.
All hydraulics relating to the passerelle were checked and serviced where needed.
The autopilot pump was checked and serviced where needed.
A new motor for the windlass was installed and spray painted in white; the mechanical parts were also treated and spray painted.
The PTO was removed from the generator and serviced. Several adjoining hydraulic hoses were also replaced. The suction and return filters on the main unit were replaced and the hydraulic fluid level was topped up in the tank.
BILGE PUMPS
A new manual bilge pump was installed in the forepeak drawing from underneath the steps and pumping out through a drainage hole.
A larger high flow bilge pump was also installed in the lazarette. This is designed to be portable and should also double up as a portable fire hose/pump.
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
RELAYS
Relays were replaced in the lower saloon for the boom light, transom light and engine room blower.
BATTERIES
All 24 service batteries were tested. Twelve new batteries were ordered and all port side service batteries were replaced.
ELECTRONICS AND AUDIO VISUAL
VHF AERIAL
A new masthead VHF aerial was installed with a new connection. Integrated with a new windex.
INTERIOR JOINERY
Ordered new identical replicatas of hidden blinds for hatches in crew heads and port and stb cabin, from IMP (previously Ocean Air).
SOFT FURNISHINGS
CUSHIONS
New silvertex upholstery on all seats in saloon and nav table in charcoal grey.
CURTAINS
All the curtains in the saloon were replaced like for like which also included curtains for the 3 forward most windows that weren’t present before.
PAINTING AND VARNISHING
RIG
Patch touch ups were completed throughout the rig. Mainly on the boom, mast head, spreaders, both goosenecks and radar guard. Awl fair, 545 primer and matter horn white topcoats were used.
The reef jammer housing was stripped to bare metal and built up to top coat again using the same Awlgrip system.
INTERIOR
The fiddles on the crew mess table were stripped to bare wood and re-varnished using Epifanes fast cure clear varnish (6 coats) and Epifanes rubbed effect to be completed by crew (2 coats).
SAFETY EQUIPMENT
HORSE SHOE BUOYS
Two new yellow horse shoe buoys were bought and installed.
Ships name and Solas reflective tape were installed.
LIFE BUOY LIGHTS
Two new automatic life buoy lights were installed
DAN BUOY
A new Ocean Safety inflatable Dan Buoy was bought and installed.
JONBUOY
The jonbuoy was serviced by Servaux.
MID TERM SURVEY
A mid-term YDSA survey was carried out by Simon Malnoe.
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
All portable fire extinguishers were serviced by Servaux at the end of March. The engine room fire system was inspected and has been passed as fit for purpose.
LIFE JACKETS
All lifejackets were serviced by Servaux.
TENDER
The tender was put into a storage shed under its own cover and a plastic sheet at IMS. The cooling system was flushed with freshwater for 10 mins. The fuel line was run dry and fuel line fittings were oil.
CHARTS PUBLICATIONS
CHARTS
All Mediterranean charts were updated by Riviera Charts up to the 2nd week of March 2018.
PUBLICATIONS
Where needed, new and up to date editions of all publications such as Sailing Directions,
ALRS books, Nautical Almanac etc were bought from Riviera Charts.
INVENTORY
A full of inventory of the boat was completed and the spares inventory was updated. This can be found on the boats computer.


}

FIND YOUR NEXT YACHT, LISTINGS UPDATED DAILY

ADVANCED SEARCH