Presented For Sale By:
Nautilus Yacht Management
|Location||Opua, New Zealand|
|Max Draft||2.49 m|
|Min. Draft||1.09 m|
|Displacement (Full Load)||11500 kg|
|Max Bridge Clearance||21.46 m|
|Engine Make||Volvo Penta|
|Drive Type||Sail Drive|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Engine usage (hours)||1989|
|Engine Make||Volvo Penta|
|Drive Type||Sail Drive|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Engine usage (hours)||1998|
|Builder||Catana - France|
|Fuel Tanks||600 litres|
|Fresh Water Tanks||670 litres|
|Holding Tanks||55 litres|
Rare Catana 30th Anniversary model lavished with special features and a carbon reinforced hull, partitions, roof and numerous structural support.
Two owners only. Never chartered
Owner’s version - 3 cabins, 2 heads
Absolutely outstanding presentation
Full out of water survey carried out in February 2023 including rig and sails, electrical and mechanical inspection.
Just antifouled, Propspeed, polished and given a full spa, including all new boot top and hull stickers. The hull could pass for new.
Brand new sail cover / boom bag / stack sack
Engines and sail drives just serviced
Always cherished and lovingly maintained, as well as constantly upgraded by her demanding owners, in their search for ultimate independence, efficiency and comfort on the ocean.
Water maker Dessalator Duo 100 l/hrs
Ducted heating Heating: Webasto 4.2 KW,
Unlimited power supply with 900 Amph Victron Lithium batteries 3x 110W Saronic CE Solar Panels (New 2021) with Victron solar charger and GX colour controller.
Hydro generator WATT & SEA
Wind generator SUPER WIND new 2021
Paguro Genset 4KVA, 3.5 kw, 3000 rpm, 197 hrs, new 2021
Electrical survey 2023
Extensive range of cruising electronics upgraded in 2021 and 2023 including two Navigation systems and two independent autopilots for complete redundancy, AIS Type B, Satellite communication, SSB, Radar.
Sails (all in new or in good condition – see independent sail report
Comprehensive range of safety features and equipment suitable for unlimited offshore cruising.
Comes fully loaded with everything on board to make yourself at home, including crockery, cutlery, bed linen, tools and many spares.
Includes top of the range 3.1m Sea Rover tender with aluminium hull, dinghy chaps, and 25HP Yamaha Enduro (New 2021)
Also includes almost new Scuba diving equipment with Bauer Junior II Dive Compressor, 3 BCDs and tanks, Kayaks, folding bicycle in excellent condition, wake board, fishing gear..
Available immediately. Premium berth lease can be passed on to the new owner at Opua Marina.
Local or International delivery available.
Kallima was the very first Catana 47 built in 2014 to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the creation of the Catana shipyard. She was designed by the naval architect, Christophe Barreau. She has a French flag.
Construction includes carbon infusion, with Airex closed cell foam sandwich and carbon reinforcement. Beneath the waterline the hull has been reinforced with Twaron and there is protection against osmosis with the use of Vinylester resin. The bulkheads, the deck and the binimi have been reinforced with carbon fibre in order to gain more rigidity and increased performance on the wind and at speed.
The interior has been designed for comfort and long-term cruising.
Kallima is an exceptional long distance sailing catamaran combining elegance, performance and seaworthiness. This has been demonstrated by the first owners who cruised the Pacific Ocean from north to south for 5 years and sailing some 30,000nm. More recently with her current owners through French Polynesia, Islands of Fiji and New Zealand.
She is currently lying in the Bay of Islands, North Island, New Zealand and is fully equipped for a circumnavigation and absolutely ready to sail across the Pacific Ocean at a moment's notice. Her owners, a family from the UK and Germany, have devoted weeks since they arrived in Opua, to make her ready for your arrival. We are honoured to bring Kallima to market. She is a credit to the Catana yard but very much so to her owners, who should be truly proud of her stunning presentation.
Kallima has had two owners. The first, Serge and Brigitte Megret, a retired French couple with decades of sailing experience and the second, Nick Moriarty, his wife Tanja and two children Marcus and Lara.
Please read on for the full description and watch our full video tour to discover this superb ship in details. We also have videos of Kallima on the hard just last month (February 2023), just before she was re-splashed after a thorough 'spa'.
For a bit of info about Nautilus Yacht Management, we are a boutique-style brokerage devoted to high quality cruising yachts and to the cruising community since our launch in Sydney in 2011.
With several offshore branches from French Polynesia to Fiji, New Zealand and Australia to assist cruisers along South Pacific route, we are here to help both sellers and buyers with the logistics involved from registration to insurance, delivery, import, survey, storage and crewing if required. Ex- cruisers ourselves we just strive to help others begin their journey on the ocean.
If like us, Kallima has become an obsession for you, get in touch! Our team can organize a private video viewing, discuss the purchase process with you as well as have all the time in the world to answer your questions, put you in touch with the owners if you wish, assist with organising your visit, purchase, delivery home if needed, insurance, berthing, crewing, etc.
A Word From The Owner:
"With more than thirty years mono-hull sailing experience, I wanted a vessel for ocean cruising that would perform well under sail, be comfortable as a home, safe under sail and look good. I realised that the majority of our time would be spent at anchor in the tropics and that the less time I needed to be at sea with a family (unaccustomed to sailing) the better, so speed was important too.
A catamaran seemed the obvious choice of vessel, but I could not entertain a floating caravan, nor a twitchy thoroughbred. I was aware of the Catana brand that achieved an impressive compromise between comfort and performance but I had little experience of sailing catamarans, and no time spent on a Catana. Fortunately, the opportunity came for an older son of mine, Harry (a sailing instructor), to crew on Catana 47 around the Atlantic and this provided the perfect opportunity to get first-hand information on the pros and cons of the design. His 13,000nm trip started and finished in Scotland and included visiting the Canary Islands, Cape Verde, numerous Caribbean islands, Bermuda and the Azores. Inevitably such a passage meant encountering all types of weather, sea states, trials and tribulations. He had nothing but praise for the design and it was with this endorsement that I began the search for a suitable vessel. The demand for the Catana 47 is significant and so this proved to be more difficult than I had envisaged; however, I eventually heard about Kallima. She was the right age and in the right ocean.
My initial focus was on the owners. I was relieved to discover how competent and experienced they were and how much they genuinely loved Kallima. This was evident by the tearful hand-over in French Polynesia.
Our purchase of Kallima coincided with the outbreak of Covid 19; however, we tried not to allow the global pandemic to unduly influence our plans. We took advantage of any travel restrictions to make as many improvements to Kallima as we could and we ensured she was kept in tip-top condition.
At least one lock-down was spent in Bora Bora which was wonderful. Indeed, through good fortune, we were able to make the very best of the Covid months although it did mean that we were compelled to spend two seasons in French Polynesia and not one as we had originally intended. This was no trial and the endless above water and under water activities that we love doing meant every day was special. French Polynesia is so extensive that a lifetime there would not be too long. However, we had a three-year plan, and this needed to be amended to suit the reality of global travel and Covid.
As soon as travel restrictions eased, we set off for Fiji and only wish we could have spent another two years there. The Fijian hospitality, coral and the underwater life were outstanding.
We remained in Fiji for as long as we could before heading south to New Zealand and it is here in the Bay of Islands, North Island, that our journey must end. After home educating our children for the last 10 years Lara is now 12 and is ready for school. Hopefully, when the children have ‘flown the nest’, we will embark on our next sailing adventure.
Kallima truly exceeded our expectations in terms of how she performs under sail, the space (above and below deck) that she affords, comfort, reliability and ease of handling. I remain convinced that there is no better compromise for long distance ocean cruising than a catamaran and a Catana is in a class of its own. Kallima was well loved by her first owners; however, we have made many significant improvements over the last three years and we leave her in very good condition. She is waiting to take her next owners to far off destinations in safety and comfort. We shall miss her greatly." Nick and Tanja, Opua, March 2023.
-Max speed under engine 9 knots
-Cruising speed with 1 engine 6 knots
-Mechanical helm transmission system with 2 balanced spade rudders mounted with self-aligning bushings
-2 x carbon steering wheels
-1 x emergency tiller
-2 x Propellor type Volvo folding 3 blade propellors
-Both engines fully serviced 2023
-Both engines oil samples taken 2023, see the independent marine engine survey
-Sail drive seals were replaced July 2022
-New starter batteries 2022
-Propspeed on propellors applied Feb 2023
-Full independent survey Feb. 2023. Report available on request.
-Anti-fouled February 2023
Kallima is equipped with a 12V DC electrical system
The 12 volt system has 3 separate battery banks, one for the ships batteries and one for starting each engine
Kallima is also wired for 220 V alternating current
12V ship system:
-Water maker DESSALATOR DUO 100 l/hrs, 146 hrs
-Heating: WEBASTO 4.2 KW, 2 outlets in owners cabin and saloon respectably
-The AC system is supplied via a Victron energy MulitPlus 12V 3000 va 120 Amp AC transfer capacity 16A invertor 230V
-3x 110W Saronic CE Solar Panels. marked new 2021
-Shore power cord
-Custom built solar panel support rack, modified 2021
-Victron smart solar charger MPPT 150 1 60
-Victron GX colour controller
-Victron lithium batteries x 3, 12.8 volt, 300 Amph , (total of 900 Amph)
-Master volt mass Combi 12/400 inverter / charger
-Master volt master shunt
-BC safety latch control x3
-Wired for alternators, port and starboard
-All associated control system replaced 2023
-Hydro generator system WATT & SEA 600W with long shaft
-Wind generator SUPER WIND new 2021
-Paguro generator 4KVA, 3.5 kw, 3000 rpm, 197 hrs, new 2021
-Generator controller at NAV-station (very quiet)
-Generator battery new 2022
-Perfect for running the dive compressor
-Survey Feb. 2023
Additional info on electronic equipment
LED cabin lighting throughout
2 freshwater pumps
LED decklights, navigations lights, anchor lights
Electronics & Communication
Depth sounder: FURUNO Multifunction FI 504 – At starboard helm cockpit and chart table
GPS navigation: Has two independent systems for complete redundancy:
-RAYMARINE chart plotters, Axiom Plus (12 inch – new in 2023) at chart table (master) connected to Axiom (9 inch – new in 2021) at starboard helm station
-FURUNO GP33) using open CPN (CM93) visible through an independent 17” monitor, PCLEC2110 running Windows 7 for greater speed and simplicity, fan-less, SSD
Autohelm: Kallima has two independent systems for complete redundancy:
-RAYMARINE connected to Axiom Plus (12 inch) at chart table (master) – new in 2023 and Axiom (9 inch) at starboard helm station – new in 2021
Also controllable from dedicated control at port helm station (P70)
-FURUNO NAVPLOT 711C with two control units, one control (new in 2023) on starboard helm station and the original at chart table
-Multi-functional instrument displays
-Two (new in 2023) FURUNO F170 in the cockpit
-Two FURUNO F150 at chartable
AIS: RAYMARINE AIS GPA class B. linked to RAYMARINE network so visible at helm station and chart table – new 2023
-1 ICOM – IC-M423 at chart table
-2 portable ICOM VHF marine transceivers IC-M71
-ICOM IC M710 with antenna
-Fixed Satellite communication
-Fleet one (Cobham) new 2021
Radar: Furuno 1623
Note: All FURUNO and RAYMARINE equipment is linked through separate NMEA 2000 systems. The two Axioms are linked by ethernet.
Stereo/ Radio: ALPINE CDE – 171R with 2 fusion speakers outside (new 2021), 2 Alpine speakers inside
Plastimo compass x 2 on port and starboard helm stations
Mast, Rigging & Sails
-Sails (all in new or in good condition – see independent sail report)
-All sails surveyed in Feb.2023
-Mast, boom and bowsprit anodised aluminium
-Mast clearance 21.5 m
-Mainsail: 86 2m in spectra Hydranet “INCIDENCE” in very good condition,
-Lazy bag/ stack pack sail cover new Feb. 2023
-Genoa: Dacron 532m, with new UV protection on furler Feb. 2023
-Code Zero: North Sail Norlon NY250 on drum with anti-twist cable new Feb.2023
-Spinnaker: 120 2m Asymetric with sock, surveyed 2023, new bag 2023
-Staysail: 202m on drum and anti twist cable
-Storm Jib: 52m in bag
-Winches: 7 “HARKEN” – 3 electric (Harken 50 for mainsail halyard, reefs, mainsail and genoa sheets)
-Genoa traveller with cars
-10 large aluminium mooring cleats
Main anchor: SPADE 35 kg regalvanised Feb.2023, 2.4m of 14mm chain, galvanised (new 2023) and 100m of chain 10 mm (new 2019)
Secondary anchor: KOBRA II 20 kg
Spare anchor: DELTA 25 kg, 6.5m of 10mm chain, with 50m of 16 mm rope
Spare anchor: FORTRESS 7.5kg with 10m of chain and 50m rope.
Windlass: LOFRANS 1700W with wire control in anchor locker and remote on starboard helm station. Winldass removed, inspected and serviced February 2023.
-All new seals on all coach house and deck hatches
-Davits: anodised aluminium with Spinlock cleats with lifting lines for dinghy
-Swim platform on starboard and port transoms
-Teak decking on port and starboard transoms x 2, new 2023
-Swim ladder on port transom
-Deck shower on port transom, hot and cold water
-Cockpit seating with large table for 7-8 people
-Cockpit cushions x 3 plus 2 on the helm seats
-2 x large lockers under the cockpit floor
-2 x large access hatches to engine rooms
-1 x deep locker under the cockpit seat
-Bimini: hard top carbon reinforced with drop down sun protection plus complete canvas waterproof cockpit enclosure with windows port, starboard and aft
-2 Helming chairs
-2 Helming stations with new helm covers 2023
-Fenders x 10 new 2023
-Dock lines 100m new 2022 + 50+ metre of unused dock line
-Heavy duty shore power cord
-Custom trampoline, new 2021
-Awning to cover trampoline and most of forward deck, new 2021
-BBQ gas ENO
-Diesel cans 3 x 20 litres
-Petrol cans and 2 x 20 litres and 3x10 litres
-Water containers 3 x 20 litre
Tools & Spares
-A broad range of tools suitable to carry out a wide range of mechanical, electrical and general jobs.
-An extensive set of mechanical and electrical spares as well as cable, plumbing components, fibreglass and gel coat materials, pulleys, blocks, deck hardware, sail repairs.
-All lifejackets self-inflating with corresponding safety lanyards:
-Spinlock adult x 2 (deck vest 60, 170N, black, new 2022 – 1 weeks’ use)
-Crew Safer adult x 1 (ergo fit 290 OC, adult lifejacket, black, 2019)
-Spinlock x 1 (adult, size 2, 170N, blue 2019)
-Spinlock junior x 3, 100N, 20-50 kg, 60-90cm, pink 2019
-FleetOne “Cobham” satellite communication with external pole-based antenna
-Epirb McMURDO SmartFind G8 AIS EPIRB with hydrostatic release in cockpit
-OceanSIGNAL EPIRB class II in grab bag for life raft (new 2021)
-MF/HF ICOM IC M710 marine transceiver
-VHF ICOM IC-M423
-6-person life raft (service required)
-Flares (new 2023) ocean rated set
-Life Sling (overboard rescue system)
-Horseshoe life ring with extendable pole and light
-Fire blankets x 2 in the galley (1 new in 2023 other original)
-Electric bilge pumps x 4 (2 in each hull) including spare pumps and float switches
-Manual bilge pumps x 2 (1 in each hull)
-Grab bag x 2
-Fire extinguishers x 4
-Oceanbrake series Drogue (new 2021)
External access for additional fire extinguisher for engine room
Throw bags x2
-Make: 3D tender Model Sea Rover 3.1m, aluminium hull, Hypalon, with cover
-Outboard engine YAMAHA enduro 25HP- new 2021 (please note: oversized, recommended max. 15HP). Spare propellor, repair kit
-Light aluminium anchor “bombproof for dinghy !!” FORTRESS 7.5kg with 10m of chain
Owners note: Due to engine power, particular care required with only one person in boat but found to be good for water sports with children, planing with 4 adults and for diving excursions
-Bauer Junior II dive compressor with 8 spare filters, 7 hrs only, new 2021
-BCD regulator and cylinders x3 (2 adults, 1 child)
-Viking Lagoon sit on kayak
-RED paddleboard with pump and storage rucksack
-Donought (ring) new 2021
-Wakeboard Liquid Force 131, 155 cm, boot size UK 3.5- 7.5, with tow rope new 2021
-Fishing gear (game fishing rod, Penn reel, hand lines, gaff, filleting board, extensive range of lures and line)
Galley & Refrigeration
-Semi U-shape with large countertop in Korian and stainless steel
-Gas cooker CAN “Cristal” with 3 burners
-1 ½ sinks in stainless steel with fresh hot and cold water and seawater option
-Freezer FRIGONAUTICA 110L (new compressor 2021)
-Fridge FRIGONAUTICA 160L (new compressor 2021)
-Numerous cupboards and draws
-Pots, pans and cooking equipment
-Crockery and cutlery
-Soda stream water maker new 2022
-Steel gas bottles x 2, plastic/glass fibre gas bottles x 3
-Water maker outlet tab in galley for direct use
-Electric hand mixer
-Large variation of plastic food containers
-2 heads each with shower, LED lights throughout
-Tecma toilets (electric, fresh water) x 2, new 2021
-2x 55L electric water heaters, port and starboard side respectively, connected to port and starboard engine cooling system
-Fans x4, 12V
-3 double cabins (2 queen, 1 standard)
-Desk in owner’s hull
-Vanity unit in owner’s hull
-Blackout and flyscreens on most hatches
-Extra blackout curtains for total darkness
-Space for washing machine in owners bathroom
-Navigation station with desk, stereo, VHF, MF-HF transceiver, FleetOne (Cobham) satellite communication system, Victron colour controller, Webasto heating control panel, water maker control panel, generator control panel, DC-AC outlets
-Adjustable height, swivel/tilt armchair
-Bed 1.6m wide and 2m long, independent slatted bed frames with stainless steel gas struts
-2 reading lights above bed
-Light switch above bed
-AC outlet at the end of the bed
-Numerous storages cupboards on the side and under the bed
-Fold down desk with cupboards
-Seat with storage
-Numerous cupboards in the walkway
-Sliding door with large mirror and storage behind
-Heads: shower cubicle with plexiglass door, vanity unit and electric heads
-AC outlet in mirror cupboard
-2 single berths of 70cm wide convertible into a berth of 1.6m wide and 2 m long
-Large technical locker with tools and spare parts
-Leads with shower, basin, mirror cupboard and electric freshwater toilet
-Berth 1.5m wide at shoulders and 2m long with numerous storage
-Foldable dining table (1.7m unfolded)
-Sofa in “L” shape with covers
-Pouf with storage
-Storage under seats and drawers
-Adjustable chart table seat
-Electronic and electric panels
-Computer screen with keyboard and mouse
-SSB and VHF
Owner's Detailed Description
"Welcome aboard Kallima. welcome aboard our home.
When I bought this boat, I was of the view it was the best possible compromise between comfort and performance under sail. Now, three years later I'm in no doubt the Catana 47 really is the best possible compromise for Bluewater sailing. It is ideally suited for a couple or a family.
On the starboard stern attaches a Watt & Sea long shaft Hydro Generator. This can produce up to 600 watts and his ideal when sailing speeds reach or exceed 7 knots. It is easy to attach and remove. It is plugged into a nearby socket and can be switched on and off at the starboard helm station if necessary. This can produce power all day, and when the sun disappears over the horizon it continues to charge the batteries all night too.
The portside stern is an ideal bathing platform. The substantial bathing ladder fits neatly into its own locker when not in use. There is a shower with a hot and cold mixer the tap. Shower head and hoses are all new.
Kallima is powered by two Volvo D2 55HP engines. These require little explanation, being one of the most tried and tested of all marine engines. Each engine has done less than 2000 hours, and they have been meticulously maintained. Kallima cruises very comfortably at 7 knots on two engines in most conditions. When the sea us calm, she cruises well with only one engine at 6 knots. The engine rooms are relatively spacious which makes servicing easy, and the engines are remarkably quiet as the engine rooms are well insulated. It is a Catana requirement that every seven years the saildrive seals are replaced. These were both new in July last year.
The port engine locker also houses a Paguro 4 kva 3.5 kW diesel power generator. This was new in 2021 and has done less than 200 hours. It is operated from the chart table and includes the useful electronic display. The generator is almost inaudible when in use, and even when powering the power driving compressor is only working at 80% of its capacity.
The starboard engine room also houses a diving compressor and the watermaker. The Bauere Junior II diving compressor was new in 2021, and only has 10 hours use. If required, it can charge two diving cylinders simultaneously. The diving compressor is electric and so is relatively quiet when in use. It is normally powered by the generator but can also be connected directly to shore power. It is easy to remove and take a shore if necessary. There are numerous spare filters on board.
The Dessalator Duo water maker was new in 2021 and has only done 146 hours. It can produce 100 litres of drinking water an hour, and has the option of a 12 Volt or 220 Volt motor, hence its name Duo. There are two control panels: one is in the cockpit and the other alongside the chart table. There is a really neat feature allowing the watermaker to turn off automatically after a predetermined amount of time. Drinking water can be dispensed into the galley sink, or either the port or starboard water tanks. The watermaker is fully automatic and comes with plenty of spare filters.
Kallima is happiest when she's under sail. The design of the Catana 47 is such that one or two people can manage the rig effortlessly from within the cockpit area. For the most part when the wind was about the beam, we would make use solely of the head sails. The 53 square metres Genoa is in great condition, and there is now a brand new and unused 83 square metre Code Zero. There is also a great 120 square metre asymmetric spinnaker with sock, although generally we use the Code Zero in light winds more than the spinnaker. Both the Genoa and Code Zero are easily reefed from the cockpit. There is also a 29 square metre staysail and five square metre storm jib. On a reach, or when the wind was forwarded to beam the 86 square metre main sail came into its own. This is contained within a brand new lazy pack made by North Sails.
There are three Harken 50 electric winches, and three additional manual harken winches in the cockpit with a further winch on the mast. There are new halyards throughout and almost all the sheets are new too.
The cockpit is where we spend most of our time. At sea it provides a safe, dry and functional area. At anchor it offers great comfort and a communal space to socialise. There is all around protection from the wind, rain and sunshine. There is a double track system to support the waterproof curtains and another to support the sun protection canvas. All the seats have cushions and the table can sit eight people comfortably. There is ample LED dimmable lighting.
Kallima is blessed with a huge amount of locker space. Much of this is in the cockpit area. There are two large lockers in the floor and a deep locker under the main seating area. We have always used one of the floor lockers for buckets, cleaning materials, and for storing the Hydro Generator safely. And the other floor locker for the spare anchors, diving weights, electrical cable,s BBQ and spear guns. The deep locker under the seat is for the gas bottles and is also an ideal place to store diving cylinders. Kallima comes with two adult diving cylinders, 12 litres each, and a child’s diving cylinder, approximately 8 litre. There is ample space for more cylinders, or alternative storage if required.
The deck space is huge provides a wonderfully large stable platform, and is an ideal place particularly a tanker to spend time and relax. The net trampolines are where everyone chooses to lie in the sun. These were new in 2021. The entire trampoline area and foredeck space can be covered with an awning which was custom made in 2021, and in the intense tropical sun provides a welcome area of shade.
There is a huge locker on the forward port and starboard side. We use the forward starboard locker exclusively for storing sails, the forward awning, and occasionally for carrying additional freshwater containers.
The portside forward locker we reserve for water sports equipment and is also home for the emergency tiller.
There are three lockers just forwarded the coach house. Starboard and portside lockers are very deep.
The central locker is reserved for the windlass, and it is also where the starboard and port fuel tanks are filled.
The starboard locker is used for the principal anchor chain and is a fuel an oil locker.
The port locker is used for storing fenders spare rope dock lines and the secondary anchor and its associated rope and chain. It also contains a seawater hose fitting, although with the abundance of freshwater aboard Kallima this is rarely used.
All hatches on the deck and coach house had been removed, fully serviced and re-sealed this year.
On the forward starboard deck is access to the holding tank, should there be a requirement to pump out the contents.
The port and starboard freshwater tanks are accessed from the port and starboard transoms respectively.
A Lofran 1700watt windlass with Capstan has proved to be a trouble free workhorse. It could be controlled from a pendant in the windlass locker, or from the helm station. In February this year the windlass was removed inspected and fully serviced.
The main anchor is a 35 kilogrammes Spade. It has recently been shot-blasted and re-galvanised. This is attached by means of a swivel to 2.5 metres of 14 millimetre galvanised chain, which in turn is attached by another swivel to 100 metres of 10 millimetre galvanised chain.
There is a secondary 25 kilogramme Cobra anchor in the forward port locker adjacent to the windlass. This comes with 6.5 metres of 10 millimetre galvanised chain and 50 metres of 16 millimetre rope.
In the cockpit deck locker is stored 25 kilogramme Delta anchor and a 7.5 kilogramme fortress anchor. These are accompanied with 10 millimetre galvanised chain and 50 metres of rope.
The 3DC Rover is the perfect tender to Kallima. The 25HP Yamaha Enduro was new in 2021, and although somewhat oversized it provides a useful solution for water sports, or when the dinghy is heavily loaded with diving equipment, provisions, or heavy adults.
It is easily suspended from the two substantial Davits.
On ocean passages the outboard is stored in the forward locker.
The outboard was inspected and fully serviced in February 2023.
The tender has a relatively large anchor with chain and approximately 20 metres of rope, ideal for holding in adverse conditions."
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
Presented For Sale By:
Nautilus Yacht Management
Presented For Sale By:
Nautilus Yacht Management