A luxury 102ft sailing yacht designed and built to the highest standards
Pacific Eagle is a 102 foot sailing ketch combining the romance and elegance of a fine sailing yacht with the space and comfort of a motor yacht. She has circumnavigated and is sailed easily by a couple wanting to escape for a few days, weeks or even months. If traveling the world’s oceans to idyllic and exotic destinations is your intention then you need look no further.
She is built to the highest standards by the award winning Alloy Yachts International yard and holds Lloyds 100A1 + L.M.C. certificate. A remarkable vessel equipped with state-of-the-art navigation, global communications and electronics from the tip of the mast down to the bottom of the keel.
Pacific Eagle accommodates 6 guests in 3 staterooms with ensuite heads. Two additional cabins are located forward for crew or 4 extra guests. She has been enhanced and upgraded with new generators, new tenders, new refrigeration, galley, water maker, sat communications, sat TV throughout, Navigation equipment, dive compressor and dive gear.
Displacement: 107 Tons
Other: Recent Maintenance and Upgrades:
Recent upgrades include overhauling all the hydraulics, sewage and grey pumping systems, rebuilt headsails furler cars plus new sun covers and new halyard ropes. All cap and hand rails have been taken back to wood and varnished. The hull was completely taken back and repainted, new blue lines and sign writing replaced. The anchor rollers serviced and the 1/2 round belting on the forward teak cap rail replaced. The paintwork from the deck to the teak cap rail which includes around every stanchion, taken back and repainted.
The underwater hull was flared and primed with two separate coats of Sea Barrier 3000 copper Black applied. The propellers and water intake grills coated with Prop Speed protection. All the anodes replaced.
Canopy and clear views over outside tables replaced (Jan. 2012), New cover to fit new tender made (Jan. 2012), New cushions for pilothouse and outside covered seating (Sept. 2012), Watermaker overhauled and four new complete membranes with inners and outers replaced plus pipe work (Jan. 2013), New port hot water cylinder and fittings replaced (Jan. 2011), The hull was completely taken back and repainted, new blue lines and sign writing replaced The anchor rollers serviced and the 1/2 round belting on the forward teak cap rail replaced. (June 2014), All underwater anodes where replaced (June 2014), Prop speed protection was applied to the propellers and water intake grills (June 2014), All paintwork from the deck to the teak cap rail which includes around every stanchion was taken back and repainted. (June 2014)
Cabins: 3 staterooms and 2 cabins, each with ensuite heads
Berths: 10 in total
Television: See below
Cooker & fuel: Gaggenau four burner electric cooktop
Other: 2 X Bose sound systems (galley/crew quarters), Toshiba DVD player with sharp flat monitor (crew quarters), 3 X Sharp radios/tape/CD players (2 staterooms and capt.'s cabin), 2 X LG flatron LCD TV/DVD monitors (2 staterooms), Sharp TV (capt.'s cabin), Bose lifestyle system home theater (master stateroom), Sharp plasma screen monitor (master stateroom), LG DVD/VHF player/recorder in salon and all staterooms, Sharp plasma monitor with Bose home theater system in salon, Toshiba DVD player in salon, Bose lifestyle music system with six CD shuttle (10 spare cartridges) Blaupunkt CD player with iPod station with amp, Two outside speakers with their own amp., Panasonic cell phone fixed
KVH Track Visison M3 linear Sat TV with Sky TV satellite tracker
Jura Inpressa automatic coffee machine, U-Line 30 bottle wine chiller, 2 X electric water cylinders (24 gallons each), KitchenAid trash compactor, Bosch stainless steel dishwasher, Cooking fan/extractor, Black and Decker Toast-R-Oven/broiler, Bosch condensation dryer, Bosch front loader washing machine, Hoover vaccum cleaner, 1 X U-Line ice maker in pilothouse
Engine, electrics, water
Power: 182 kW (each)
Number of identical engines: 2
Engine hours: 7,400 hours (each)
Fuel tanks: 3170 Gallons
Propulsion: 2 X Variable pitch Hunested props (hydraulic controlled)
Water tank & material: 1320 Gallons
Waste water tank: 1320 Gallons
Water maker: Matrix water maker; completely rebuilt including four new membranes
Other: Variable pitch props and drive shafts removed stripped, checked. Replaced the two forward cutless bearings, Rudder- removed, new pintle bearing fitted at the base. new packing in the shaft gland. Wagner steering box had it's grease changed and painted 2 pot white., All seacocks removed and cleaned - 1 was replaced
Rig and sails
Sailplan type: Cutter Ketch Solent rigged
Winches: 5 X Maxwell winches (hydraulic), 2 X Maxwell windlasses (hydraulic)
Other: North sail 3,400 square feet, Hydraulic pump for sails - props - transom door. New brushes fitted to the motor and pump tested. Spinnaker/lifting pole painted and new attaching jaw fitted
Navigation and electronics
Weatherfax/Navtex: Furuno weather fax
Short band transmitter: Sea 222 SSB radio, ICOM - M802 NZ SSB radio
Satellite communication: Nera Mini-M satellite phone 4 lines (voice, PBX, Fax Data),
Charts, guides: New NN3D/Maxsea TimeZero Jeppesen mega wide vector chart -New Zealand-Australia- South Pacific updated and fitted plus MaxSea Time Zero Navigator software (New Sep. 2012)
Other: Jabsco remote search light, New Furuno AIS system with new Furuno compass to match and fully registered to the ship (Sep. 2012)
2 X Toshiba satellite laptop computers controller with MaxSea/Cmap software (1 backup), Navigation flat screen monitor with wireless keyboard controller, Brother color/fax/copier/data/photo printer, Fiber optic alarm and status board, 3 X Mast mounted video cameras, Inmarsat C/GPS Trimble TNL7005 with distress call, Private PBX system, 3 X Daewoo cordless phones in saloon, captain's cabin and pilothouse
Dinghy: 15'5" custom made Caribe tender with Evinrude two stroke 75hp with VHF, depth finder, 12' Aquapro with 15hp Yamaha (crew/work tender)
Other: Baur dive compressor, 5 X dive tanks, 4 X BCD's, 4 X regulators, 5 X wight belts, 20 X extra dive weights, Dive/snorkeling gear, Fishing gear, Large inventory of warps, pulleys and sails equipment
2 X Ocean kayaks with 4 paddles, 4 seats and life jackets, Numerous pull behind water toys.
Life jackets: 50 life jackets
Other: Start radar transponder, 2 X life rings with lights (NZYF Cat 1), 2 X grab containers with all current flares, Medical chests (all current), The full out of water inspection was carried out by the approved survey company which also includes all aspects of safety, flares life rafts, life jackets, firefighting equipment all dismantled water valves and everything mechanical.
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