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  2. Maxim 57

    Maxim 57

    prickly bay, Grenada
    2006
    $731,193

    An Opportunity to own a performance orientated Catamaran designed by World Renowned Naval Architect Alexander Simonis does not come around often and especially at this price point  Dreamsfloat is a 2006 5 Cabin Maxim 57 Catamaran built in Cape Town, South Africa. She has just finished a South Atlantic crossing and has arrived in Grenada for the winer cruising season. She recorded some high speeds on her transit and has proven herself as a capable Blue Water cruiser with several South Atlantic and Indian Ocean passages. The cost to build a boat new to this spec would be astronomical.  The MAXIM 57 is a very purposeful seagoing vessel and with a vast amount of usable space on board both inside and out for a boat this size. The control line arrangement on the Maxim 57 makes it easy to sail shorthanded due to the control lines leading back to the cockpit. Extra halyards were installed for reassurance and safety and the boat features ample flat deck space for ease of maneuverability while underway.  Dreamsfloat would make an ideal expedition vessel for large families wanting to explore off the grid  or perhaps an affordable expedition catamaran for remote charters in uncharted waters. Built to sail around the world with the length over the waterline and bridge deck clearence that most cruisers can dream of.  The previous owner has completely re-fitted her at a cost of over $150,000 with new sails, new standing rigging, new running rigging, fresh bottom job, new chargers, brand new water maker and a Brand new Solar Arch with solar creating additional shade and protection in the cockpit.   Dimensions and Details   DIMENSIONS + DETAILS Designer: Alex Simonis Builder: Maxim Year: 2006 Length: 17.4 meters Beam: 8.5 meters Draft: 1.5 meters Displacement: 10,000 kg Cruising speed: 7 kts Maximum speed: 8 kts   ACCOMMODATIONS 4 king size berths + 1 single crew cabin Headroom in saloon: 2 meters 4 showers (Interior) 1 shower (Exterior) 4 heads (2 electric 2 manual) 4 holding tanks   RECENT UPGRADES + IMPROVEMENTS Brand New High Output Saltech Custom Water Maker  Brand New Solar Arch and Solar array  Serviced saildrive units 2021 Max sailing speed was 15knots Max engine speed was 7 knots New fold away davit system to support 3.8m RIB 2019 2 Fridge + 2 Freezer (one fridge can be wired into a 3rd freezer if needed) Loads of deck and interior storage Full deck spares Assorted Hand Tools included New bottom paint (2022) New standing rigging, Associate Riggers Cape Town (2020) All new bilge pumps (2018) Hand-cleaned fuel tanks and fuel lines (2018) New Evolution Autopilot (2018) New i60 Instrument Display (2018) New I70s Multifunction Instrument (2018) New Raymarine iTC-5 Instrument Transducer Converter (plus 1 sparre iTC-5 (2018) New Raymarine Fishfinder, sonar computer for multi-screen monitor (2018) New Victron Energy Multiplus 12V/3000VA/70A-50/120V VE. Bus Inverter/Charger (2018) New Victron Energy Phoenix 12V/2000VA/230V 50hz Smart Inverter (2022) New Northsail Main and Gennaker (2018) New Northsail UV covers on Genoa (2018) New Southern ropes halyards and sheets with complete rope spares on board (2018) New serviced main and generator engines with complete set of services spares on board (2018) New Simrad GMDSS VHF handheld (2018) Serviced SD70 saildrive units (2018) New Fishing gear with 2 rods and 2 hand lines and assorted lures. (2022) New sheets and bedding (2022) New bow seats (2022) Trampoline restitched and new rope (2022) USB plugs added to salon and cockpit (2022) NEW Engine Mounts (2022) NEW Weber BBQ (2022) NEW Blue Sugar Scoop Courtesy Lights (2022)     TANKAGE + PLUMBING 500 liters fixed tanks (250 liters each fixed tank) plus 18 x 20 liter jerry cans Range of 2000nm  Air Conditioning needs servicing Fuel tanks: 2 Fuel tank capacity: 250 liters per tank Fuel tank material: Fiberglass Water tanks: 2 Water tank capacity: 250 liters per tank Water tank material: Fiberglass Desalinator: Custom NEW fresh water pumps (2022)   GALLEY Gas stove + 4 burners Gas Oven NEW Microwave (2022) Fridge/freezer x2 2 sinks Hot water Salt Water faucet Bread Maker Air Fryer Toaster Full set of pots and pans Full set of plates, cups and silverware POWER 2 x outlets on Aftdeck for 12volt cooler boxes 6 x 270W Solar Panels (1620 watts)  120V North American and 230V European Inverters on board.  Shore power 10 batteries (2018) Battery charger + one spare (2018) Battery management system 2x Onan Generator Balmar 150A/12V alternators plus one spare ON DECK Replaced ALL thru hull fittings (seacocks) (2020 and 2022) New covers all round. Cockpit, Mainsail, Geneo New halyards and sheets 2020. All Dyneema 3.8 RIB with 20hp Suzuki 4 stroke (2020) Anchor windlass 2 anchors Anchor chains with one spare Electric Deck winches   Cockpit table Marlin board Ladder Fenders Davits Mainsail: 1x new (2018) Headsails: 1x new (2019) Storm jib: 1 good condition Spinnakers: 1x new gennaker (2018) Code 0: 1x new (2018) Rig: One mast, mast pulled and serviced (2020) Main mast material: aluminum Spreaders: Yes Standing rigging: New (2020) Underwater lights   NAVIGATION + ELECTRONICS Professionally installed ICON M802 SSB Radioi VHF/AIS 2020 and antenna with heavy duty cable shielding. 1 spare complete Raymarine autopilot ready to go in case of emergency 1 spare Raymarine iTC5 unit 1 spare Raymarine windvane BAT 2019 WIFI ANTENNA Separate DATA 3/4G Lte High speed DATA antenna Raymarine autopilot, gps and fishfinder (2018) 1 VHF Raymarine fixed installed Raymarine Wind speed and Direction Model (2018) Raymarine depthsounder Raymarine Radar TV NEW Stereo System with bluetooth (2022) Compass Iridium go SAFETY Navigation lights NEW EPIRB (2022) First aid Gas detector Manual and electric bilge pumps Fire extinguishers Fire blanket Flares MOB alert Life jackets - 4 NEW Offshore Automatic Inflatable Life Jackets (2022) Safety harness Life rings      

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  5. Fountaine Pajot Orana 44

    Fountaine Pajot Orana 44

    Grenada, Grenada
    2009
    $580,160

    Are you ready for a comfortable, easy sailing life? Meet: 2009 Fountaine Pajot Orana 44 "Saya"  “Saya” is a popular Owner’s Version (“Maestro”) Catamaran from the well-respected French factory, Fountaine Pajot and the world-famous design team of Joubert – Nivelt.  The first thing you notice when you board this vessel is the curves. From the steps aft to the port holes forward, to cabinetry throughout you do not have to worry about stabbing a hip bone under way. Honestly, I don’t know why more builders don’t make this happen. So, that give you an idea about the build quality of this boat. Yes, it’s a production boat but they put lots of love into it, too. The double lounging space greets you starboard and is a great reading spot in the shade with a friend. Wow! And room for the whole anchorage for sundowners in the spacious cockpit. The elevated semi-flybridge helm station seats two {maybe three) and allows for conversation with the party below. All the sail lines (except the halyards) lead to the helm for easy single-handed sailing.  There is plenty of elbow room for winching starboard of the helm for a helpful crew member. Visibility from the helm is excellent! Transition from the cockpit to the saloon is seamless with no steps or obstructions but there is a hidden. covered well for sea splashes and mop water. The double-door to the saloon enlarges the outdoor living space. The galley is conveniently located starboard for easy prep, serving and being a part of the crowd. Ventilation is provided above the sink area but far enough away not to interfere with the stove top flame. Thank you, Jouber – Nivelt! There is also air available from two front port holes and corner fans. Lots of prep space, serving space and storage in this efficent u-shaped kitchen. The owner’s side has an island style bed and two reading lights. This means you do not have to crawl all over the sheets just to make the bed or disturb your neighbor to turn on the light. The bathroom has a separate shower to keep things dry. Forward, is a well-organized storage area or workshop. The guest cabins have semi-island style beds meaning one side has easy access, which is not common in a lot of 44 ft. boats. Also, the heads have their own separate showers as well. The sleeping areas have so many cubby holes for stashing shoes, clothing, books or just keeping reading glasses within easy reach. On deck, the windows are tapered to avoid trip traps when going forward to quickly grab a line or catch a mooring ball. There is a huge access point for the anchor windlass and lounging room on the trampoline to watch the stars at night. The sturdy coach roof holds the solar panels and gives you access to the main sail as needed. AND this boat has a washing machine! This might not seem like a lot but if you have spent any time washing in a bucket, you will be living in the lap of luxury with a washing machine!  Saya is waiting for you on the tropical island of Grenada in the Southern Caribbean – just where you want to start living your dream! Grenada has direct flights from major cities around the world and enjoys the sweet Trade winds all year long. The broker has personally sailed on this boat and happy to answer any questions about this boat or sailing in the Caribbean.  

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  7. Edel 33

    Edel 33

    Grenada, Grenada
    1989
    $53,141

      Go Small, Go NOW! Your opportunity to own a rare Edel 33 fractional sloop rigged catamaran. It is a unique design from the French team of Maurice Edel and Sylvester Langevin, built in the Edel shipyard in France. Production of this model started in 1985 and ended in 1988, after focus had shifted to the Edel 35. A previous owner (UK, deceased) believed this boat was launched in 1989. This is not a bloated cat with extra-wide hulls, but a fast cat with small windage, a rather shallow draft, and a proportionally wide beam. The central saloon roof raises to allow standing height inside (and excellent 360º air flow), but can be closed while sailing to allow for great visibility from the helm without the sloping bubble of a too large roof blocking all the view. The most unusual feature of this design is the layout with separately accessed accommodations in the hulls and bridge deck saloon. These three separate parts are divided by two protected walkways, allowing safe access fore and aft. There is no need to crab walk forward dangerously close to flimsy lifelines or to climb over a sloping cabin top, the walkways are wide, safe, and inboard of each hull. The boat has a shallow draft, so she can get enter some hard to reach spaces and anchor close to shore. All Port Lights rebedded 2021/2022 (No leaks!) Spectra Lifelines (NEW 2021) New standing rigging (2021) She is lightweight, so when the anchor is set she doesn’t drag. This boat has the capacity to explore every nook and cranny of any island coast.    

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