Almundarvi was built for a Spanish family. She is a strong seaworthy and comfortable cruising yacht.
During her first ownership she was used for family cruising and mostly based from the Costa Brava in Spain. The yacht was always well looked after and maintained by full time crew.
In September 2006 she was sold by us to her present ownership.
In 2007 the yacht underwent a most comprehensive refit in Sardinia.
She has been painted; has new rigging; spars were overhauled and painted; teak decks completely replaced; new hydraulic gangway added; new deck hatches; complete new galley built in; other interior refurbishment including headliners, carpets, upholstery, new washbasins, new mirrors, new toilets, new entertainment equipment; new generator; all tanks were opened and cleaned; bilges cleaned; new instrument panel at helm; much new equipment; fuel and plumbing systems overhauled and partly renewed;
In May 2010 the yacht has been serviced and prepared for the new season. Some further upgrades have also been carried out including renewal of saloon windows and renewal of some interior headings.
Aluminium hull, superstructure and deck.
Hull, coamings and coachroof all painted white, 2007
Teak laid deck 15mm, new 2007
Skeg hung rudder
Anti collision bulkhead between forward bow locker and crew cabin.
Hydraulic stern boarding gangway added new 2007, stows into stern (modifications to deck and lazarette were made to accommodate it)
Foredeck hatch and the two hatches over forward cabins, new 2007 (replaced in flush fitting style).
When old deck was removed, all aluminium decking under was checked, cleaned and overhauled.
Large cockpit area, teak in cockpit (seats and backrest) renewed.
Teak cockpit table (adjustable up and down)
Stainless framed deck prisms in deck.
Stainless hand rails.
Stainless Dorade vents
Two deck up- lights (in deck).
Side boarding gangway / ladder
Coaming windows resealed 2010
Anchor windlass, 24v (overhauled 2007) recessed in bow locker
CQR anchor and 100m chain (chain new 2007)
Quick chain counter unit at helm
Lewmar electric mooring winch on deck at bow
Harken stainless genoa tracks with cars
Two gas lockers at stern,
Large stern lazarette
Teak and stainless steel wheel
Harken steering system
Engine /Mechanical Equipment
Caterpillar 3208 diesel engine, 210 hp
The engine had a complete revision 2015
Max Prop feathering 3 blade propeller
ZF electronic throttle controls, new 2007
New instrument / control panel and wiring at helm pedestal (includes controls for sail trimming)
Fischer Panda 14 KW generator, 2009
Air-conditioning throughout with fancoil units to each cabin (system overhauled and serviced during refit)
Electrical and Plumbing Systems
Service batteries, 12 units of 2v, 24v, 1000 A
Engine start and generator batteries, new 2007
Mastervolt battery charger 24v / 100A
Vetus gas detector
Sea Recovery water-maker 180 litres per hour
Hot water tank, via 220v immersion
Pumps for grey and black water were renewed in the refit.
Electronics and Navigational Equipment
Brookes and gatehouse instruments, including:
B&G 2000 unit at chart table; Repeater at cockpit; Repeater in captains cabin: Repeater in owners cabin; Repeater at forward end of saloon;
Robertson AP200 autopilot, control at pedestal
Sailor SSB RE2100
Sailor VHF RT 2048
Furuno GPS GP32
Furuno radar, screen by helm and main unit at chart table
Geonav navionics Plotter, 7 Wide Net unit at helm, and 11 Colour unit at chart table
Mini M satellite phone system (handset in saloon port side)
2 x Plastimo Olympic deck compasses, new 2007
Sails and Rigging
SPARS and RIGGING
Sparcraft aluminium masts and spars.
Main mast with three sets of spreaders
Mizzen mast with two sets of spreaders
All standing rigging, Navtec Nitronic, new 2009
Running rigging renewed 2009, Dinema halyards and polyester sheets.
All spars stripped and newly painted white 2007
Reckmann hydraulic headstay furler unit
Harken manual furling inner cutter stay unit
Sparcraft track and car system for full batten main sail system
Lewmar track and car system for mizzen
Spinnaker pole and Jockey pole
Navtec central hydraulic system with s/s panel by helm to operate: backstay of main, vang of main and mizzen booms, genoa halyard and pajarin
Steps on main mast
Maisail with full batten system, by Depoorter
Mizzen sail with full batten system, by Depoorter
Storm jib, by Depoorter
Nº 1 Genoa, by Toni Tio
Nº 3 Genoa, by Hood
Gennaker, with sock
Cabin floors of teak and holly
Beige upholstery with white towelling covers, all new 2007
Saloon sofa areas with new leather trim to their front edges.
New headlining to aft captain cabin, 2009
New veneer to the surface tops in the saloon.
New companionway stairs made and fitted.
New headlining to forward guest cabins, May 2010.
White curtains to saloon windows.
Description from aft:
From the aft deck there is a companionway to the aft area. To starboard is a door to the aft (captain) cabin with twin side by side berths, lockers, fan. Opposite to port is the aft washroom with marine toilet, washbasin and shower. The chart table with navigation instruments, radios and the electric control panel is situated forward to port.
On port side a doorway leads forward to the galley.
The galley was completely stripped out and completely rebuilt with all new units (in red and silver) and new equipment. At the aft section is a breakfast bar which acts as a crew mess including a fold up seat.
On the inboard side is anew unit that houses the top loading washing machine.
Outboard are twin stainless steel sinks, the cooker, units and lockers.
Forward are the fridge units and dishwasher.
Corian work tops.
Hotpoint Ariston clothes washer
Bosch Grand Prix dishwasher
Miele extractor hood
Alpes Inox cooker with 3 gas burners and one electric hob, with gas oven.
Frigoboat refrigerations – two front opening fridges (one with drawers) and a top opening freezer unit.
From the galley a door leads forward to the main saloon.
The saloon is very spacious and particularly light and airy with windows each side and forward in the coaming. L sofa areas each side.
Starboard side dining table is adjustable up and down and there are three removable chairs around the inboard side of the table. Aft of the settee is locker for glasses, china and table ware.
Coffee table port side, with drinks fridge, bar unit and shelves aft of settee.
Entertainment systems (TV, DVD, stereo) built in on port side over the settee.
Aft from saloon on starboard side is the “owner cabin” with twin side by side beds. A new bookshelf has been added on the starboard side of the cabin. There are ample lockers and stowage.
Aft of the cabin is its own ensuite washroom, including a newly fitted wash-basin, shower unit with new door, new mirror, new Tecma electric marine toilet (with fold up/down seat over it). Faucets & fittings are also new.
From the saloon on centreline newly made companionway stairs lead aft up to the large cockpit area.
Forward from the saloon doors lead into each of the two guest cabins. To port and starboard are mirror image cabins each with upper and lower bed, lockers and an ensuite head / shower area forward.
From the portside cabin / head you have access forward to the crew cabin which is fitted with two beds.
Audio And Visual Equipment
Samsung TV in saloon, 2007
Pioneer DVD, 2007
Stereo system including speakers in saloon and in cockpit
LG flatscreen TV at galley for crew, 2007.
2 x Liferafts, one x 6 man and one x 8 man
2 x Jonbuoys
Zodiac dinghy, new 2007
Yamaha 4 stroke outboard, 2007
Johnson 15 hp outboard, 2007
Bimini (with side panels and aft panel enabling cockpit to be enclosed)