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2009 105' SOUTHERN OCEAN Sloop Newport Rhode Island United States
$3,875,000 USD

The 2009 105' SOUTHERN OCEAN Sloop DANNESKJOLD is a sail yacht for sale located in Newport, Rhode Island, United States.

Fully commissioned and ready for sailing! Systems and machinery serviced. Superb offer and best value on 32m/105’ Composite cruising yacht !

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LENGTH 105' (32.00m)
BUILT (REFIT) 2009 (2018)
BEAM 23' (7.01m)
DRAFT 16' 5" (5.00m)
MX SPEED 15.00 Knots
LOCATION Newport, Rhode Island, USA
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Detailed Specification

Builder Southern Ocean Shipyard
Year 2009 - substantial refits: 2016, 2017, 2018
LOA 32m/ 105’
Beam 7m/23’
Draft (Lifting Keel) 3.5m/5.0m- 11’06/ 16’
Displacement 69 tons
Designer Dixon Yacht Design
Naval Architect Dixon Yacht Design
Interior Designer Dixon Yacht Design
Hull Colour Metallic Grey (Dupont)
Rig Sloop
Flag Cayman Islands
Tax Status US Duty Paid/ EU VAT not Paid
DANNESKJOLD is designed with owner/ guest accommodations forward and crew cabins aft.  In 2017 and 2018, the entire yacht was completely refitted and the interior décor redesigned as well as owner’s cabin rebuilt.  DANNESKJOLD is virtually a new yacht at this time.
The Owner/guest accommodations are forward in 3 double staterooms with ensuite head compartments.  There is a central corridor leading forward to the Master cabin and 2 Guest cabins either side.   The Master stateroom head compartment has been completely rebuilt in 2018 with dual sinks, a full standup shower compartment plus a full height closet.   There are 2 berths in the Master with a queen and an oversized single berth.   A custom bureau with espresso machine and private beverage fridge has been fitted. 
The starboard guest stateroom has 2 single berths while the port guest stateroom has a queen berth.  Both guest staterooms have good sized heads with full size shower compartments. 
The main saloon is up 2 steps and full beam with ambient light via 270 degree deckhouse windows.   Low relaxed built in seating couches are fitted on either side of the Saloon with movable furniture, coffee tables, full Audio Visual (2017) systems.   The central teak companionway aft leads up to the protected cockpit dining and lounging area.  
Going aft and down a few steps from the Saloon to Starboard is a large, well appointed Galley leading to the crew accommodations for 4 in 2 Double cabins with individual head/showers.  A nav station desk and seating is aft and to Starboard and central companionway to the aft deck.
Cruise Speed 10.5 Kts. (approx)
Maximum Speed  15 Kts. (approx)
Fuel Capacity  3,762 Liters  (993 US Gallons)
Water Capacity  1,920 Liters  (507 US Gallons)
Black Water Capacity  550 Liters  (145 US Gallons)
Grey Water Capacity  600 Liters  (158 US Gallons)
Carbon/Kevlar foam cored composite hull and superstructure – Light, strong and stiff
The keel is a fin with hydraulic lifting mechanism and ballasted torpedo bulb
Bill Dixon designed and constructed to RINA Charter class C Formally 100 A1.1 Maltese cross
(Currently not in class)
Engine1 x Cummins 305HP- approx. 6,424 Hours (6/19)
Engine Model 5.9L Cummins QSB 305hp
ZF Transmission - rebuilt 2019
Fuel Diesel
Propulsion Prop Shaft
Steering JP3 engineered steering system
Thrusters Bow and stern thruster are Maxpower R300
Generators 2 x Mastervolt Generators 25 KW NEW in 2018  with 591 hours and 703 hours (6/19)
connected to PTO drives via electronically operated Stromag Clutches
Shore Power ASEA 30kva HF conditioner 190 to 460VAC, 50 & 60hz single or three phase
Galvanic isolation
25metres of 125-amp shore cable
Batteries Static battery charging:
Service - 4 x MASS 24V/100A
Starting - Mastervolt IVO 24V/10-2A
Electronics – Mastervolt IVO 24V/50A + 2 x 24V24V DC/DC
Emergency Radio – Mastervolt Magic 24V/24V DC/DC
12V – Mastervolt Magic 24V/12V DC/DC
Miele 5 burner induction hob with combined gimballed Miele oven
Miele microwave oven -volume 17 litre
Miele extractor fan
Quooker instant hot water boiler
2 x refrigerator compartments (in galley)
3 x freezer compartments (in galley)
Ice maker
Coffee makers – 2 x Nespresso
InSinkErator food waste disposer
12 person bone china crockery
12 person stainless steel cutlery
Pots and pans for induction hob
Miele clothes washer and dryer new 2017
Communications Equipment
Sailor fixed VHF
3 x handheld VHF radios
4 x handheld UHF Radios
FB 500 Fleet Broadband
Inmarsat C
Dedicated Navigation PC
PLC / Server PC
Satellite communications link with email and Internet
Navigation Equipment
B&G Halcyon Gyro compass
B&G H5000 Autopilot
Two Ritchie magnetic compasses
Simrad GPS receiver
Simrad 36m mini ARPA Radar with Automatic Identification System
B&G H5000 wind instruments
2 X PC Laptops for MaxSea & Expedition Race Software
Entertainment Equipment
Apple TV x 5
42” LCD TV in Saloon (2017)
32” LCD TV in Owner’stateroom (2018) behind mirror
20” in all cabins and crew mess
AB Nautilus 15DLX Luxury tender with console steering, spray dodger and full cover
Yamaha EFT60 DTL outboard engine with hydraulic lift and cover (New March 2013)
Adult and children size water skis
Wake boards
Towing ring
Snorkeling gear
Two complete sets of fishing equipment
Custom carbon flagpole – 72”
8 custom “Roll Over” cleats
Washboard supported by a gas strut and sliding Plexiglass hatch provide access to the main companionway
Teal-laid cockpit seating is finished with seat base and seat back cushions that are secured with bolt rope style fixings
Large integral deck lockers with flush hatches provide ample stowage
Quarter seats with Teak finish are crafted into the push pit.
The dining area to port seats eight comfortably around a highly varnished teak dining table, which cleverly incorporates a fridge
The Sunbrella Spray hood with Acrylic windows invisibly stows in to a concealed “garage” forward of the main companionway when not in use
Flush hatches, and deck hardware let in to the integrated composite toe rail ensure clear decks.
A large and stylish "Sunbrella material" Bimini protects the large guest cockpit.
Remote control hydraulic opening transom door & bathing platform. The platform includes tender mooring cleats, a boarding ladder & shower
Dedicated stowage is provided in the large lazarette
Harken deck gear, Onboard Systems main sheet, Vang, track foresail sheet hydraulic winches.
Custom carbon hydraulic cassette passerelle
2.4m Harken Genoa track 2 x Harken Genoa lead cars
2.4m Harken Staysail track 2 x Harken Staysail lead cars
New 2017 teak deck vacuum bagged and 12mm thick with Grey caulking installed in Palma de Mallorca by STD/Baltic Yachts
Cruising Sails are NORTH 3di 2018 (100 hours total use as of 2/5/19)
• Cruising Mainsail NORTH 3di 2018
• Cruising Jib NORTH 3Di 2018
• Cruising Gennaker NORTH 2017
• Cruising Genoa Staysail 
Racing Sails  North 3Di Raw 2017 (total 7 Regattas)
• Race Mainsail
• Race J4 
• Race J3
• Race J2
• Race Cuban Fiber Code Zero
• Race A2 Spinnaker
• Race A3 Spinnaker on Top down furler
• Race A4
• Race Genoa Staysail
• Race Spinnaker Staysail
Older sails NORTH
• 3Di Main, Jib, Genoa Staysail
Older sails Quantum/ serviceable condition
• A2, A3, A5
• Storm Jib & Trysail
• Code 0

Fire protection as required for MCA large vessel Code of Practice
Fire detection system
Sea-Fire FM200 engine room extinguisher system
Fire blanket in galley
2 x Life rings with light and smoke mounted on push pit
High powered signalling lamp/search light
3 x 8 man Zodiac Solas A life rafts are located in concealed float free lockers with hydrostatic release
Two Jonbuoy recovery boxes
27 x Automatic life jackets with strobe and harness
Harness points and Jackstays
First Aid kit to MCA large vessel Code of Practice
Anchor light 12 v circuit and signal ball
Navigation shapes for coding
BA Firefighting gear
New firefighting suit purchased
New firefighting nozzles purchased
Fire detection system wiring checked and rectified where needed
Originally built as LIARA, in 2014 a new Southern Spars carbon fiber mast was ordered and installed in 2015 with EC6 carbon continuous standing rigging. 
In 2016 she was purchased by her new owner who has a keen eye for detail and demands perfection in design and execution.   His attraction to LIARA (DANNESKJOLD) was to have an easily cruised sailing yacht optimized for Caribbean sailing and high level regattas.  DANNESKJOLD has since raced in 7 total regattas including St. Barths Bucket (2), the Superyacht Challenge, Loro Piana Regatta, and the Caribbean 600.   Since becoming DANNESKJOLD in summer of 2016, several notable and massive refits have been spent on DANNESKJOLD to maximize her portential as a racing yacht as well as a more comfortable cruising vessel.   She is now virtually a new yacht with every system and area of the yacht having been substantially reworked or replaced. 
Below is a partial list of the various refits. 
2016 Re-fit Work completed – Mallorca
New 12mm teak deck with grey caulking fitted by STD/ Baltic Yachts
Full topsides repaint -Dupont metallic grey (additional paint in storage sufficient for complete repaint)
All new canvas on deck
All new cushions in cockpit
Remodeled saloon sofas, joinery and new cushions, tables.
All new carpet throughout the boat
New flooring in crew area and guest heads
New deck lighting
New LED lighting throughout interior
Full top end service on main engine
All lockers, lazarette and forepeak repainted
All new solid SS rod lifelines installed
New winch drums installed on mast base winches
Second masthead halyard installed
All interior sliding doors painted in faux wood effect
All hatch surrounds painted with faux leather effect
All deck gear bead blasted
All new custom mast base pad eyes
New 40’ workshop container purchased and fitted out
New set of North racing sails purchased
All new running rigging.
2017 major work completed – Newport, RI
Rebuild of genoa sheet leads with new custom turning blocks
New sheet lead slots through coach house
All new hydraulic winch motors
Vang, Jib car puller, cunningham, inner forestay, Outhaul, Backstay rams all serviced
Upgraded hydraulic spools and blocks to optimize system and allow faster operations
Upgraded gear ratios in all winches
All new winch buttons
Full B&G system upgrade to H5000
Navigation laptops purchased with upgraded software
Full rig and boom repaint Black 
Inspection hatches installed in boom
Chafe guard for boom constructed
Bracket for B&G instruments installed on rig
Rigging serviced and re-braided by manufacturer
Masthead halyard lock installed
Genoa furler sent off for factory service
Removed code zero hydraulic furler and replaced with dead end purchase to hydraulic ram
New torque tube and cunningham arrangement installed on forestay
Moved antennas from rig to transom on custom bracket
Watermaker pumps rebuilt and membranes replaced
Bow and Stern thrusters sent for factory rebuilds
Generator #2 electrical end sent for re-winding
New 40’ container built and fitted out for Sails storage
Replaced all buttons on helm stations
Replaced helm station screens
Serviced rudder bearings
Serviced steering quadrant and re-painted
Shaft seal and bearing replaced
Stops on propeller replaced
Transom door re-painted and hinges serviced and re-bushed
Anchor arm fully serviced, rams serviced
Grey and black water tanks cleaned
Replaced hot water tanks
Replaced all mattresses in guest and crew cabins with temperpedic
2018 Re-fit work completed – Newport, RI
Forward cabin completely removed and remodeled.
New forward cabin custom Carbon toilet seat
New Forward cabin port berth cushions
New forward cabin Mirror TV
New Forward cabin refrigerator
Inner forestay drains re-routed to drain properly
Port crew cabin bedside table made to remain removable for future service
Crew closets in port crew cabin painted and damaged/missing panels replaced
Port crew cabin paint touched up where needed
Stb crew cabin head all cabinetry re-painted
Stb crew cabin closet re-painted and damaged/missing panels replaced where needed
Crew mess seating removed to accomodate relocation of crew mess air handler to above bilge area and access to grey water pumps
Under crew mess seating area sealed and painted
Crew mess seating modified to remain removable for future service
Port crew cabin bedside table removed to allow access to lower generator PTO pump
Under Port crew cabin bunk area sealed and painted
Galley cupboards all fully cleaned and areas behind cabinets opened up for obsolete wiring removal.
Galley cupboard where panels needed to be cut for removal, replaced
Drawers fabricated, painted and installed where dishwasher used to be
Areas of rotted plywood in areas under bunks and seating areas replaced
All areas under bunks and seating areas sealed and painted
Art work mounts in boxes either side of saloon TV
Port side saloon seating repaired where plywood had collapsed
Cover piece made to cover old Air conditioning control unit
Rig and boom cleaned and polished
Mainsail track sections modified at lock areas to prevent sail getting hung up during maneuvers
All mast locks removed and serviced
All wiring in rig and boom checked, replaced where needed
Mainsheet winch replaced, new carbon base plate fabricated and installed.
Deflector block installed to assist with mainsheet lead
Replace bobstay
Backstay, outhaul and traveler hydraulic rams serviced.
Outhaul arrangement serviced and machined
All winches stripped down and fully serviced. And worn or broken parts replaced
Winch tops with scratches or UV damage removed and re-sprayed with clear coat
All deck hardware stripped down and serviced. Any worn or broken parts replaced
Foredeck capstan winch removed, hydraulic motor serviced, winch checked and serviced
Anchor chain removed, markings repainted, chain re-installed
Jib sheet tunnel repairs completed
Passerelle serviced. Track for extending section removed due to corrosion, replaced, new fasteners machined and system re-installed and tested
Port and Stb Nav lights replaced
Port and stb nav light cable through holes sealed
New Lifeline roller keepers machined and installed
New lifeline end bullets machined and installed
Carbon cover piece at both helm stations re-sprayed
Crew hatch feature piece modified to be solid carbon and new logo and clear coat added
New Handrail with carbon box for displays and compass installed at helm
New Helm step installed at steering positions
Batteries in drinks locker secured
Drinks locker repainted
Dodger fittings improved with helicoils to prevent fasteners from pulling out
Saloon windows re-caulked
All deck prisms removed and re-sealed to rectify leaks
All Deck hatch gas struts replaced. Fittings moved from threaded inserts that were failing to through bolted in hatch scuppers
New fittings made for hatch gas struts
All glass deck hatch seals checked, dogs serviced and hinges checked, all hatches re-sealed where needed
All deck hatch seals replaced where needed, dogs serviced, hinges checked and repaired where needed
All deck cleats serviced
New delrin stops for steering gear made to prevent chafe on steering cables
Lazarette bilge painted
Lazarette wiring tidied
New gimballed basked made for Stb cockpit table
Deck level light in stb fwd cockpit replaced
All Swim platform lights replaced
Drinks locker painted and cleaned up
New fittings made to accomodate new swim platform lights
All bimini lights replaced
New fittings made to accomodate new bimini lights
Connections through deck for bimini lights replaced
Fitting made to stop Pushpit from wobbling under stern light arrangement
Saloon washboard removed, gas rams serviced
Cassette for saloon washboard sealed up to repair leak at bottom end
Galley freezer seals replaced
Galley fridge seals replaced
All bilges cleaned and checked for leaks
Keel removed from boat for service
Keel rams re-built
Keel sensors removed where obsolete
Keel sensors replaced
Keel sand blasted to bare steel, full ultrasound inspection performed
Keel guide pads replaced
Keel re-faired and painted
All through hull valves checked and serviced
All anodes replaced
Cutlass bearing replaced
Rudder bearing clearances checked
Cockpit table fridge tested, re-gassed
Cockpit table fridge lights replaced
All refrigeration lines traced and checked for leaks
All refrigeration solenoids replaced
All refrigeration dryers replaced
All refrigeration chillers removed
Refrigeration lines behind chillers replaced to engine room bulkhead
Refrigeration control unit replaced on chiller #3
Refrigeration system run up and re-gassed and proved to be free of leaks
Refrigeration lines flushed and de-scaled
Air Conditioning compressors checked, cleaned and parts replaced where needed
All air handlers throughout vessel replaced
All Air Conditioning ducting replaced throughout vessel
Custom ducting adapters made to streamline airflow
Old obsolete ventilation system removed
All wiring associated with new air handlers replaced, tidied and replaced where necessary
Glycol replaced in Air Conditioning system
Engine fully serviced, all filters replaced, oil flushed, fluids checked, anodes replaced, mounts checked, Heat exchangers checked
Broken lights in engine room replaced
Crew head toilet pumps serviced
Port guest cabin toilet pump serviced
Stb Guest toilet pump serviced
Generators removed from engine room and broken down
Electrical end of Gen #1 sent for re-winding
Both electrical ends of generators shipped to holland for installation in new engine blocks and electronics
Generators wired for single phase as per boat
Generators installed in engine room
Generator wiring harnesses reverse engineered, wiring replaced where needed
New relays for PTO clutch, start/stop and hydro boost installed
Generators integrated into vessel PLC system
Generator control boxes wired up with ability for remote start and mounted on sound enclosures
Under port crew bunk area obsolete electrics removed
Aft grey water talk cleaned and inspected
Aft black water tank cleaned and inspected
All valves with aft end plumbing serviced and replaced where needed
Aft grey tank pump serviced
Aft black water pump serviced
Galley extraction system removed, cleaned, improved and re-installed
Oven selector switch replaced
Oven removed and entire area cleaned
Ice maker replaced
All bilges throughout boat cleaned and any leaks fixed
All bilge pumps checked, suction piping replaced, wring checked and changed where needed
Old dishwasher removed
All forward cabin plumbing replaced
Forward cabin toilet pump replaced
Forward grey tank opened and inspected
Forward black water tank opened and inspected
All fresh water valves serviced
Forward black and grey tank pumps serviced
All old and obsolete wiring removed from forward end of vessel
Electronics Refit 2018
Cables replaced in helm screens to accommodate new Nav PC
Satellite phone handset replaced
VHF handset replaced
B&G wind instrument software updated
B&G wind wand circuit board replaced
New 10/10 B&G displays installed at helm
PLC control system replaced with new Linux based software operating system and all pre-existing control issues resolved
PLC system integrated to allow for remote start of generators
Power supply for new Nav computer installed with computer above Stb crew head
Programming of new Nav computer to allow for full functionality of Nav systems
Helm station navigation computers replaced with a single Nav computer, cables run to both helm stations.
AV Cabinet rewired
All forward speaker cables re-run and replaced
AV system in forward cabin replaced
Sonos, Apple TV and new TV screen installed in port guest cabin
Sonos, Apple TV and new TV screen installed in starboard guest cabin
TV Screen replaced in crew mess
iPad purchased for Owners cabin and Saloon and loaded with program to control AV
New Cat 6 network cable lead to each guest cabin, 2 in each
Substantial refits over 3 years and many millions of Dollars invested by the current owner result in an incredible  opportunity to purchase a “ready to go” yacht that will cruise comfortably and capably as well as allow consistent regatta performance.  No modifications or work required and all sails, containers and spares are included. 
DANNESKJOLD (or DK as she is known to her friends) is a bit of a wolf in sheep’s clothing!  While a cruising design with a deep comfortable cockpit and commodious interior with all comfort and safety features,  “DK” has an excellent turn of speed and has been regatta performance enhanced with improved hydraulics, upgraded winches, running rigging and top shelf North Sails as listed herein.  The investment was based on the owner’s desire to have “DK” suitably equipped to compete in Superyacht Regatta events.   DK operates exceedingly well as a world capable cruising yacht compliant for commercial charters OR as a full on regatta yacht. 

The focus now is to purchase a larger yacht with more live aboard space and comfort as the objective and therefore “DK” has now been made available for sale as a virtually new yacht in all respects.   Offers are encouraged and the entire inventory for Cruising and Racing as well as prepped containers are included in the sale.
All speeds, measurements, capacities, consumptions, etc. may be approximate or estimated.  Specifications provided for information only.  Data was obtained from sources believed to be reliable and is not guaranteed by owner or brokers.  Buyer assumes the responsibility to ascertain the correctness of all data contained herein and otherwise provided and must instruct his agent and surveyors to confirm all details for accuracy prior to purchase. Subject to prior sale price and inventory change or withdrawal from market without notice.

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Georges Bourgoignie
Fraser Yachts - Ft.Lauderdale
1800 S.E. 10th Ave. Suite 400 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, 33316 USA

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