'Emily' is a 62ft custom built slopp from Andy Dovell and Palm Beach Marine ready to sail away!
‘Emily’ is superb! She was custom built by Palm Beach Marine (Mark Richards of Palm Beach Motor Yachts) in the old boatshed on Illuka Road in Palm Beach and launched in 1998. The build is all composite and only the best of equipment used to complete the project including carbon fibre mast and boom. The design is modern with fin keel and lead bulb, spade rudder and modern conveniences such as electric winches and furling sails, but all in classic style above the waterline! She is a dream to sail, perfect for a twilight racing with friends, or a family day cruis, with very comfortable overnight accommodation for a couple. Perfect!
This timeless yacht is a head-turner wherever she sails and a very unique opportunity.
- Reference Number
- 62ft Custom Buit Sloop
- Hull Material
- E-Glass and Foam Composite. Faired and painted
- $ 745,000
- Sydney, NSW
- Cruising Yacht Club of Australia, New Beach Road, Darling Point NSW, Australia
- Vessel Name
- Launch Year
- 4.2 m
- 2.9 m
- 12,5000 kg
- Deck Material
- E-Glass and Foam Composite. Teak laid deck
- Keel / balast
- Bolt on cast iron fin with lead bulb
- Andy Dovell
- Palm Beach Marine
- Registration Number
Yanmar 4JH-2TE 42hp diesel engine
- Engine Hours
- 865 H
- 42 HP
- Fuel Capacity
- 150 L
- Fuel Type
- Shaft drive with Verifold 3-blade propellor
- Emily’s deck layout is typical of a classic sailing yacht with teak decks, shallow bulwarks, sleek coach roof and minimal deck hardware. The cockpit has a good layout for casual sailing with large wheel aft, access to all sailing functions and comfortable seating. There is also a fold down spray dodger for inclement weather. Storage in forward and aft deck lockers
Deck hardware is mostly Lewmar, plus some custom items and Stainlesssteel pulpit, pushpit, stanchions, lifelines, and deck cleats. Custom Antal mainsheet flop-block mounted on mainsheet island to lead to winch. Lewmar stainless-steel winches as follows:
- Deck Gear
- - 1 x 58 Electric ST Mainsheet winch - 2 x 50 Electric ST primary winches - 2 x 50 manual ST secondary/ runner winches - 1 x 40 manual halyard winch on mast - 1 x 50 Electric main halyard winch- In port cockpit locker - 1 x OP2 Electric gennaker halyard winch- In port cockpit locker
- Ground Tackle
- Excel galvanised plough anchor and 35m of chain. Simpson and Laurence 12V DC windlass.
- Full boat cover, boom tent with battens, various cockpit covers.
- Emily has a large, warm, and welcoming main saloon, comfortable forward berth with double bed and ensuite, and an efficient galley and navigation area. The teak joinery throughout the interior is gloss varnished and complemented by the superb, white painted V-board ceiling panels and woven vinyl floor covering.
The private cabin forward has a large double bed, small lounge to starboard and excellent storage. There is an ensuite to port with electric flush toilet (note- no holding tank) vanity with teak hand basin, hot and cold pressure water, and good storage.
Main Saloon: Lounges both sides of the salon with navy blue leather upholstery surround a large teak dining table with a drop-down leaf on the starboard side for access. Dining comfortably for 6-8 people. The headroom is excellent thanks to the lovely cabin top which is fitted with deck hatches to provide additional light and ventilation. LCD Flat screen TV mounted on the bulkhead, and storage lockers.
- Fusion MS-UD650 stereo with AM/FM, Bluetooth connectivity. Speakers in saloon and cockpit. Kogan 32” LCD TV/ DVD player mounted on mast bulkhead in saloon.
- The galley is located aft and to port of the main saloon as you enter the cabin through the companionway, and opposite to starboard is a bar with glass and bottle storage and the under-bench fridge. Well designed, efficient space with Corian bench tops accommodating the following:
- Large galley sink with Hot and Cold pressure water and
- Spinflo two-burner gas cooker with grill (never used) with hinged cover to provide additional bench space
- Storage lockers outboard of the bench and under bench with custom crockery/ glassware storage
- Large 12V under bench fridge (opposite side- Starboard)
- Large under bench fridge with Isotherm chill plate and 12V Danfoss compressor
- Water Capacity
- 200 L
- Hot Water System
- Isotherm 30HXCV 30L capacity heater. Engine heat exchanger and 220V
- Safety Gear
- CAT 7 safety gear, first aid kit, electric and manual bilge pumps, fire extinguishers. Safety gear to be audited as part of the survey inspection.
- There is a 12V DC and 240V AC systems fitted to the vessel.
The 12V DC system has a 16-breaker switch board and TBS Expert Pro battery monitor. The DC system is powered by 750AH AGM battery bank housed in a sealed battery box, for all domestic equipment and electronics and there is a stand-alone Century 100AH crank battery.
Battery banks have their own isolation switches and there is an emergency parallel to start the engine. Batteries charged via Balmar 160amp alternator on main engine and shore power charger.
The AC system in the vessel is powered by shore power or via the Victron
Multiplus 12V/ 3000w inverter/ charger. There are various GPOs throughout the cabin. Shore power cable included.
- The vessel is fitted with a B&G Triton system with usual inputs such as paddlewheel boat speed, depth sensor, masthead anemometer for wind speed and direction, GPS etc.
- 2 x B&G Triton displays cleverly mounted in the cockpit table
- B&G Zeus 3 9” Chart plotter in the cockpit
- B&G Triton autopilot with control unit at the helm and wireless remote
- Compass on steering binnacle
- Icom IC-M23 Handheld VHF radio
- Sail Inventory
- Hood Sails. Fully battened, furling mainsail and furling genoa with vertical battens. Gennaker and Code Zero also in inventory with little use.
- Mast Rigging
- Mast, Boom and Rigging: The mast is triple swept spreader, Carbon fibre with Dyform standing rigging and Harken hydraulic headsail furler fitted to the forestay. The boom was replaced in 2004 with a carbon fibre, hydraulic furling boom from Hall Spars in NZ. The gooseneck was modified to accommodate the new boom and mainsail feeder track added. All running rigging and halyards recently updated. Sail Functions/Hydraulics: Navtec hydraulic vang and backstay functions are controlled from panel mounted on the mainsheet island with hand-pump. Headsail and mainsail furling are powered via a 12V DC powerpack and controlled via a Kar-Tech wireless remote control. The remote also operates some winches.
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