Brokers Comments: NACARAT is a fast and capable bluewater cruising yacht from the legendary board of Ed Dubois. Designed for easy shorthanded sailing, she is of high tech build with an automated rig with Reckmann furlers on the front sails and an easily managed Park Avenue boom arrangement with flat-topped mainsail. She is built for family sailing with a large owners’ stateroom and 2 further generous guest cabins. Her saloon and deck space is perfect for living aboard for long periods. Of recent build from 2016, it is only her owner’s change of plan that means that NACARAT has come to the brokerage market. Owners Comments: My brief was to build a solid yacht in which I could sail without worry in any kind of sea, a go anywhere kind of yacht. I therefore specified a design with large crash boxes in bow, very strong monolithic keels and partial skeg. I love the build quality, attention to detail and the sense of safety that NACARAT provides when the going gets tough. Sailing very fast was not my priority since most of the time we sail 2 handed, she sails like a Privilege or older Lagoons but she is surprisingly quick in light winds
Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction: Advanced composite epoxy and foam core construction. Combination of quadraxial and biaxial E-glass inner and outer skins. Local unidirectional E-glass reinforcement. Local solid laminate around all deck fittings. Local carbon fibre reinforcement. Dual density core. SP Ampreg epoxy resin system. Vacuum consolidated. Post-cured to ultimate mechanical properties as per resin manufacturer’s specifications. Keel & Rudder: Low aspect ratio fin keel. Solid laminate skins. Base suitably reinforced for taking the ground. 2 x Carbon rudder blades and 17-4 (duplex) stocks. JP3 self-aligning bearings. Rudder angle indicator.
Engine & Gearboxes: 2 x Yanmar 4JH4-HTE 110hp diesel engines with ZF 45 hydraulic gearboxes. Halyard muffler and water separator for each exhaust line system equipped with vacuum breaker for each engine. Maintenance & Performance: 6lt/hr per engine in cruising speed. Cruising speed is 9.5kn at 2200rpm; max 11kn. Total propulsion power approx: 220 hp @ 3.200 rpm. Propulsion & Steering: Max Power VIP 250 retractable bowthruster. Data hydraulic system with carbon cross tie bar, single helm station, with Raymarine auto-pilot control unit. Emergency tillers. 800 mm. diameter steering wheel. 2 x Aquamet stainless shafts. 2 x Pytheon thrust bearing with CV shaft. 2 x Dripless HSS shaft seals. 2 x GRP stern tubes. 2 x Carbon P brackets. 2 x Flexofold 3 blade folding propeller. 2 x Glendinning electronic remote control system stations (helm and stern) plus mechanical control in navigation desk. Electrical Systems: Voltage Systems: 12v and 24v. 220v shore supply and ringmain. Battery Banks: 2 x Engine starting banks 120 Ah @24V gel battery banks (with crossable link switch). Generator start bank 85 Ah @ 12V gel battery. Domestic bank 4 x 180amp Mastervolt Lithium-Ion batteries @ 24V. Radio / Emergency Bank ~ 55 Ah @ 12V gel battery (All batteries are Mastervolt). Battery Chargers: 1 x Domestic charger Mastervolt Mass 24V / 100Amp. 1 x Boost charger Mastervolt Mass 24V / 100Amp. 1 x Radio & Generator trickle charger ~ Mastervolt 12V / 30Amp. 1 x Engine trickle charger Mastervolt 24V / 30 Amp. Alternators: Domestic Alternator 1 x Additional Mastervolt 75 Amp hour alternator per engine. Generator: 1 x Onan 13.5 kW, 230 vAC, single phase. Shore Power: Shore Isolation Transformer 8kW Mastervolt IVET 8. Auto Voltage Select 110/220V Mastervolt. Dual shore supply sockets 1 @ 35 A/220V, 1 @ 32A /110V. Other Electrical: 1 x Domestic Inverter Mastervolt Mass Sine 24V / 5.000 Watts. 1 x Computer & Entertainment Inverter ~ Mastervolt Mass Sine 24V / 2500 Watts. 8 x Solbian 125 watt solar panel with 3 controllers. Plumbing Systems: Fresh Water & Water Heating System: 2 x Johnsson 24 vDC pump/accumulator/and expansion vase. 1 x 24 vDC hot water circulation pump. 2 x Tight mesh filters on pump suction line. 1 x U/V Filter sterilizer for galley outlet. One suction manifold with dual intakes & isolation valves. Aquatherm high grade PPR piping or fittings. System discharge outlets at lowest point of branching. Watermaker: 1 x Sea Recovery, 230 vAC Single phase, 285 lt/hr, back flush, compact water maker, remote controller and commercial filters. 1 x Ecosistem DC watermaker added (membrane needs to change). Bilge Pumps: Each bilge fitted with 24 vDC submersible pump JOHNSON 3000L/hr. 1 x Spare 24 vDC bilge pump. Each bilge compartment provided with alarm fitted on high/low level sensor. High level alarms read/heard at AMS station. Pumps switched on and off manually and automatically. Emergency bilge pump. 1 x 230 vDC high capacity portable bilge pump with 5 meter supply and discharge hoses. Supply branch been fitted with non-return valve. Tankage: Fuel: Total capacity of 2,180 litres. 2 x 980 liters in integrated tanks. Separate gen set fuel tank 220lt. Access covers, with associated plumbing on lid. Fresh water: Total capacity of 1,000 litres. 2 x 500 litres minimum, integrated tanks produced with food grade resin, deck fill and venting lines; both tanks with inspection holes. Tank sentry type with gauging at the AMS + mechanical level gauge back up. Grey/Blackwater holding tanks: Total sanitary water tank capacity of 1,000 litres. 1 x Structural GW+BW tank located at keel on each hull. Galley grey water to be directed to either tank or outboard by a three-way valve. Certified high grey hosing with double stainless steel clamps for grey water lines. Geberit high quality HDP piping for BW. Certified sanitary hosing for GW lines.
Rig: Standard modulus carbon crossbeam. Southern Spars. Southern Spars carbon mast and carbon V boom. Rigging / Nitronic rod & Kevlar. Complete ROD standing rigging package including stainless tangs, BSI SL5 turnbuckles, spreader tip-cups. Polished rod. Headstay in Rod. Caps: Kevlar. Lowers: Kevlar. Diamonds: Rod. Runners: Kevlar. Reckmann electric furlers Headstay and Inner forstay. Facnor FX 7000 Furler for code zero. Winches: All Harken. Cabin top- primaries: 1 x 2 70.3STEA24H 3 speed, self-tailing, aluminum – Electric. 1 x 60.3STEA24H 3 speed, self-tailing, aluminum – Electric. Mainsheet traveler: 1 x 50.2STA 2 speed, self-tailing, aluminum- Electric. Mast Utility: 1 x 60.2STA 2 Speed, self-tailing, aluminum. Jammers: 1 x Carbon and alloy ZS jammers plus 4 Antal V grip jammers. Sails: UK sails Hydra Net tri radial main, blade and staysail, 180m2 code zero.
Galley: Oven Miele 2461 B CLST. Cooking range Miele KM 3012 G. Refrigerator Siemens KD 56NSB40N. Dishwasher Miele G 4210 SCI. Washing machine WKR57WPS. Heads/Showers: 3 x wall mounted Tecma Silence Plus electric toilet with bidet function. Heating & Ventilation: WEBASTO MARINE Blue Cool V50M latest series system with the following configuration; Total 55.000 btu reverse cycle, two compressor chiller unit; 3 x 6.000 btu, 1 x 9.000 btu, 2 x 16.000 btu silent compact model air handlers; Digital cabin control sets. Air Heater system Evo 5500 for saloon and master cabin. Thermo foil in saloon and master cabin Thermal and acoustic insulation of Engine Room. 2 x Engine rooms, Foam with Barium barrier and white perforated sheeting over. Silent block absorbers on all machinery wherever applicable. Entertainment: 1 x Yamaha RX V675 Network AV receiver. 1 x Sonos Connect. 1 x 47310 Bose Acousticmass 6 home cinema speaker system. 5 x Bose 33550 UB 20 wall/ceiling cube system speaker. 1 x Western Digital 1080 Full HD Nedia player. 1 x Airties Air 4420- 3G Modem. Samsung LED UHD TV (retractable). 1 x Pioneer DEH-X9650 SD. 1 x Galaxy VHF/FM/AIS antenna. Lighting: Fixed BCM LED light fixtures. Accommodation: Summary of Accommodation: Large owners’ stateroom with 2 further generous guest cabins all with their own ensuite facilities. Large main saloon and galley. Internal Layout: Entering the saloon from the aft deck you find the area split down the centre with the saloon seating area to starboard and the generous galley to port. Mounted on the aft end of the divider is the lower control station which displays navigation data and status of the yacht’s systems on two touch screens. Engine and autopilot controls are found here too. Close-by to port one finds the electrical panel. The saloon and galley area are finished in a Japanese walnut veneer combining with burgundy, real leather in the saloon and white “tiled” Corian counter tops in the galley and dark brown Amtico floor boards, to give a rich, sophisticated interior feel. Throughout the yacht white lacquer finishes are used to offset the richness of the walnut and leather and give a clean crisp feel to the décor, the saloon area is made up of two zones. Against the aft bulkhead is a raised L shaped sofa whilst forward is the U-shaped sofa wrapping around a large dining table. The two areas together give a flexible saloon adapting to formal dining, casual cocktails or a cinema experience with the large TV raised for use. The ample galley is beautifully laid out and equipped. Being on deck level and intentionally designed to be an active part of life onboard, the finishes are to the same high standard as the saloon. With panoramic views through the huge windscreens, there is no need for the chef to feel left out of the action. Passing through the saloon to the starboard hull, one finds the owner’s hull with a double berth aft and the generous ensuite head forward. Between those the owner has their own area to sit and enjoy some privacy. The port hull carries two ensuite guest cabins. The forward cabin has the double berth set at right angles to the centreline and raised to sit on the inner side of the hull. The head is forward and like the owner’s head is particularly generous in space. The third cabin sees a centreline double berth aft with ensuite head outboard and forward. In this port hull, the lobby between the two cabins has been fitted out with cupboards in minimalist white lacquer which conceal the washing machine and storage for glassware and bottles. Description of layout from forwards: Looking aft from the raked bows the yacht has a very clean forward deck layout. Solar panels are laid onto the deck, there are powered furlers, and deck cleats are foldable or use screw pad eyes, so the whole effect is of a very clear deck. A hatch in the starboard bow gives access to a space for crew cabin. Originally this was fitted out for crew but as the owner preferred to sail without crew, it is currently in use as storage, so some of the fitments were taken out. It would be simple to restore if the new owner wishes to use it for crew or unexpected guests! A large hatch in the crossbeam deck opens on starboard to reveal a large locker, in the aft bulkhead of which is the entrance to the main systems space running the width of the beam ahead of the saloon area. It is also possible to access this area from the saloon side. In this area one finds all the yacht systems beautifully laid out. Then engines are mounted under the floors in the two hulls keeping the weight low and central in the yacht, but all other technical items are here in this space. Broad side decks lead aft around the signature windscreen leading to the aft deck. One walks all the way aft and enters the cockpit centrally. The cockpit was designed to be private and comfortable even in poor weather so is only accessed from the aft deck. The main seating area is set to port, consisting of a large U-shaped settee with two adjustable tables giving a variety of configurations for sun-lounging, casual entertaining or formal eating. It is faced by an L shaped sofa to starboard to complete a huge, comfortable cockpit. To starboard of the cockpit, stairs lead to the sail control area and the helm position. Close enough to feel part of the group in the cockpit but keeping the hardware well separated from the guests. The owner wanted the yacht to be manageable on his own and the layout of this helm area clearly shows the thought put into achieving that target. At the stern of the yacht, custom designed carbon davits carry the tender and a further array of solar panels. As with everything onboard the davits were designed as an integral part of the build so they fit the whole designed ethos of the yacht.
Navigation Equipment: 1 x E70185 GS165 - 15.4"" Glass Bridge MFD - INV". 1 x E70184 GS125 - 12.1"" Glass Bridge MFD - INV". 3 x E70076 A65 5.7" Multifunction display. 1 x E93008-2 60 STV - EU Premium - S.AM. 1 x E92142 HD DIGITAL RADOME 4 KW. 1 x M92722 18 RADOME mast bracket. 1 x T70161 EV-400 sail. 1 x E70089 RAY260 VHF Radio EU Version. 1 x E32158 AIS650-CLASS B Transceiver EPIRB Anchoring & Mooring Equipment: Lewmar V5 Vertical Windlass, electric. Chain counter and remote control switch at helm’s station. Chain locker in bridge deck, self-stowing chain. 1 x 60kg Ultra anchor on custom fabricated stainless steel bow roller fitting. 120m of DIN 766 13 mm grade 60 Cromox (German) stainless steel chain. 1 x 60kg Mantus anchor 30 m ss chain. Six Nomen hull side folding mooring cleats. Two Nomen stern mooring cleats, one port, one starboard, mounted on inner hull buttress. One Nomen folding anchoring cleat, on longer on beam. Fore fairleads; two removable mooring fairleads to serve especially the mooring lines, same spot is used for standup blocks. Covers, Canvas & Cushions all in SUNBRELLA: Aft cockpit cushions Sunlounger cushions for flybridge Enclosure for aft cockpit Bimini for upper helm position Tender & Outboard: There are two fixed carbon davits aft of the main cockpit to handle a 4 meter inflatable tender. Hoisting of the dinghy is provided by an electric winch. AB 13ALX Aluminum RIB tender Outboard Evinrude E Tec 30hp with electric/manual start and navigation. Safety Equipment: Viking self righting 8 man liferaft. Fire-fighting equipment: Automatic fire extinguishers in engine rooms and generator room plus several small ones distributed around the boat. In this case we are acting as brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at his own expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and / or to have an engine trial conducted, which if carried out by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part. Note to seller and purchaser: If the boat you are selling or purchasing is registered, please ensure that the registration is completed after the sale of the boat. If the purchaser wishes to cancel the registration is the duty of the seller to contact the Registry and inform them that the registration is to be cancelled. If the purchaser wishes to continue with the registration, it is the duty of the purchaser to complete the relevant forms and post off the bill of sale to the Registrar.
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