Altair represents a unique opportunity to own a world travel capable yacht of high quality at a price that is a mere fraction of a new build. She was designed by Don Brooke of New Zealand and built by Export Yachts Ltd. She was built and outfitted personally for the owner of Export Yachts, and as such received a higher level of trim than her sisterships. Interiors are African Mahogany with a high gloss finish. On deck she is fitted with a teak cap rail and handrail. Decks are teak and they are in excellent condition through-out. The hardware on deck is all high quality.
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Italia Yachts USA Sales Director and Mid-Atlantic Hylas New/Brokerage Sales
David Walters Yachts
Port Annapolis Marina
7080 Bembe Beach Rd Suite 111 Annapolis, MD 21403
(410) 279-3027 - Cell
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Дополнительные спецификации, оборудование и информация:
Дизайнер: Don Brooke
Страна приписки: Соединенные Штаты Америки
Форма корпуса: Однокорпусное
Наибольшая длина (LOA): 77 футы 0 дюймы
Ширина: 18 футы 6 дюймы
Длина по ватерлинии (LWL): 60 футы 0 дюймы
Максимальная осадка: 8 футы 6 дюймы
Водоизмещение: 100000 фунты
Общая мощность: 175 HP
Марка двигателя: Detroit Diesel
Год постройки: 1982
Модель двигателя: 6-71
Тип двигателя: Стационарный
Тип двигателя/топлива: Дизель
Часы наработки двигателя: 4900
Тип привода: С прямым приводом
Мощность двигателя: 175 HP
Accommodations Master Cabin Going down from the pilothouse towards the stern we find the owners cabin aft. This is a large, private stateroom with a double berth set to port. There is a wrap-around settee to starboard with a book shelf and two reading lamps. There are multiple storage and hanging lockers. There is also a vanity area and TV. Two opening port holes and deck ventilation hatch. Attached en-suite head with separate shower, vacu-flush toilet, marble counter top and sink.
Guest Cabins Just forward of the Master Cabin are two guest cabins port and starboard. Both feature bunk berths and ensuite heads. Note port side guest cabin lower bunk cushion was damaged and has not been replaced. Captains Stateroom/Guest Quarters Forward of the salon is the crew or guest quarters. This area is private from the main living area of the yacht, allowing for privacy of the owners from the crew. Thru the passageway and to starboard is a bunk cabin that maybe utilized by guests or the captain. The private cabin has an ensuite head with vacu-flush head, tile flooring, and a marble counter-top with sink and mirror.
Two single over-under bunks.
Drawers and night table/desk.
Fan and reading lamps.
Mansfield Vacu-Flush Head
Marble counter-top with molded sink and brass faucet.
2x 120V outlets
Crew/Day Head Across from the Captains Stateroom to port is the Crew Head. This can be accessed from the passageway or the crew cabin in the fore peak. There is a washing machine and two dryers, storage for supplies, an industrial style stainless sink, plus head. There is a separate shower that has been converted to a closet, but it may also be easily reconverted into a shower.
Fisher&Paykel Washer and Dryer
Industrial SS deep sink.
Tile counter top with filler piece for industrial sink.
Personal sink with soap dispenser.
Manual pump head.
Crew Cabin In the fore peak is the crew cabin with room for two to sleep. This area has direct access to the deck through the deck hatch. There are two opening portholes. A hanging locker and several drawers finish this area off. Great space for storage is not being used as a cabin.
2 Reading Lamps
Forward of the pilothouse and just down a stairway is the saloon. The saloon is large, with full beam width and enormous 7' 5" headroom. Natural light enters from port and starboard fixed port lights as well as four opening portholes and an opening skylight. The richness of the African Mahogany finish work is evident throughout, a high luster finish combined with the darker wood makes it feel both welcoming and quite bright inside. This creates a return to more traditional looks and away from the stark contrast of today's modern yachts.
When entering the salon you first notice the dining table. This is a fixed height, varnished table with four brass legs, secured to the deck with a tie rod that can easily be removed if the table needs to be relocated. There is room to sit 6 comfortably for dinner. There is ample space thanks for the L-shaped settee and two teak chairs. Just aft of the dining table is a bar area with storage cabinets for plates. Above this there is a cabinet for glassware. Behind the area is the galley, in which there is a pass through set of dividers so you may either dine with a professional crew or open the dividers and continue to conversation with friends and family who maybe cooking.
To port is a large settee and more dry storage. As well as a bookshelf. This would be a good spot to mount a television if desired, and this area is already pre-wired for such convenience.
Flooring is carpet, however this may easily be lifted for access to under deck compartments. This would also allow for easy installation of a wood flooring or whatever the next owner would desire. The overhead is beautifully varnished with top quality molding to add effect.
Dimmable overhead lighting
4x Opening port lights
Pre-wired for TV
Descending from the cockpit into the pilothouse is a treat to behold. The view is astounding and allows you to see virtually 360 degrees of your surroundings. The helm is easily found with a comfortable helm chair to relax in while navigating. All of major systems are operated from the console, including navigation, electronics, pumps, and gauges/indicators to monitor Altair's equipment.
There are two settees, port and starboard, so the skipper can always have company to view the world go by. There is a wet bar, storage, hanging locker, chart table, and communications locker.
Kenwood Stereo with CD Changer
Icom M700 SSB
B&G Zeus GPS MFD
B&G Triton Instrument
Pneumatic Engine Controls
Indicator gauges and lights.
Pilothouse Electrical Sub-Panel
Aft of the saloon to starboard is the ships galley. The galley is fully equipped for large scale meal prep. A wrap around granite counter-top has been installed to allow for easy cleaning and a professional finish. There is a double basin stainless steel sink with hot and cold filter freshwater plus a faucet with pull out sprayer. The freezer is deep and accessed under the counter top by lifting the lid, rivaling most house holds in size. There is an electric 4-burner range, microwave, convection oven, trash compactor and dish washing machine. There is also a nifty sliding window so the chef may communicate to the captain in the pilothouse! A single opening porthole over the stove provides natural ventilation, there is also an electric exhaust fan. The refrigerator is a cold plate type unit, this will provide hours of temperature control with minimal power usage.
Refrigerator - Dole Holding Plate Commercial
Freezer - Holding Plate Commercial
Double Basin SS Sink with in-sink disposal
Ceran 4 Burner Electric Range
Jenn-Air Convection Oven
Broan Trash Compactor
Westinghouse Dish Washer
Many storage cabinets and drawers
3x 120V Outlets
Deck Repainted with Awlgrip (2004) the entire hull and superstructure including bulwarks, cabin, main and mizzen masts. Includes removal of entire cap rail for inspection and repair and repaint. Teak deck overall; Re-chrome all dorade cowlings, window frames & cleats. All winches on main & mizzen including two primary aft winches have been rechromed. Lexan windows. Complete maintenance and repaint of chain locker and lazarette. Newer exterior cushions around aft seating and around cockpit area.
2004 - Awlgrip Hull, superstructure, rig, new Lexan windows, all major deck hardware re-chromed.
Dinghy davits (2004)
Bruce 110# anchor with 600' chain
Stainless steel stern davits
DBC / Zodiac 6-person life raft, double floor with canopy (2004)
Engine Room / Mechanical
The ships engine room is the heart of Altair. This well lit space has standing headroom to monitor and service all of her machinery. Altair has been well maintained with regular upgrades to her equipment including recent electrical refit.
Auxiliary Propulsion - Detroit Diesel with Cruise Power Generator and Hydraulic Pump
Hydraulic Bow Thruster
Hundested Variable Pitch Propeller
Dual Racor Engine Fuel Filters
Magnum Energy MS4024 Inverter/Charger
12x 6V Batteries
Two Cruisair Air Conditioners (Aft Unit Needs Repair, Popping Breaker) Both units should be fully serviced.
24V to 12V Converters
Northern Lights 20kW Genset
Spare parts and tool chest, work table, sink.
Seafari Escape Watermaker
Engine room intake and exhaust fans.
Vacuum flush heads
Hydraulic system with bow thruster & generator drive
Lube oil transfer system with fresh lube oil tank
Wagner wheel steering
Additional freezer/refrigerator (forward)
Halon fire extinguisher
Bilge/waste pump system
Cruisair air conditioning
2 Station pneumatic single lever engine controls
Hundestad feathering propeller
300 gallon Holding tank
New paint in all bilge areas
HRO 500 gal/day water maker
40 gallon Hot water heaters
Fuel oil filter, select transfer system
(5) Portable CO2 fire extinguishers
New hot water heaters
New water maker
New seals for main engine (2004)
Air conditioner added to galley (2005)
Sails & Rigging
Full batten mainsail & mizzen sail with lazy jack system 2004
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.