DIMENSIONS: Length 15.15 m D.W.L 12.8 m Beam 4.55 m Draft – keel down 3 m Draft – keel up 1.2 \ Sail Area 142 sq m

Welded mild steel to Lloyds scantlings.
Survey:Built to Maritime NewZealand Survey requirements  and to the requirements of International Standard ISO 9002, as a class VII ship engaged in international voyages. Registered New Zealand Charter vessel under survey with SGS operating under the  New Zealand Maritime Operating Safety System (MOSS), surveyed to operate in the Unlimited area (World Wide)
Paint System: Altex Devoe
Insulation: 50mm of polyurethane foam – deckhead and hull above waterline
Keel: Fully retractable swing keel, hydraulic operation (operation time 4 min)
Rudder: Fully retractable swing rudder (operation time 20 sec)
Engine: Yanmar 160 hp diesel
Propeller: Hundasted Variable pitch propellor, 3 blades
Electrical system: 720 amp hours battery bank, 12 volts DC with 1.5kw inverter to 220 volts
Charging systems: Primary: 2 x 30 watt Superwind, wind generators and 4x 45 watt Solarex, solar panels. Secondary: 190 amp alternator running off main engine
Water: Tank capacity 1650 liters
Fuel: Tank capacity 3000 liters
Heating system: Gas hot water system; gravity fed diesel heater (Reflex)
Cooking: Three burner gas stove with oven (Force 10) , 64 kilos of LPG bottled gas
WC and Shower: 2 toilets, one hot and cold water shower. Separate holding tanks for black and grey water.

Navigation And Communication Equipment

  • Raymarine E120 Navigation system, Radar 24 mile, Electronic chart, Depth sounder 1 Kw dual frequency .
  • Lawrence Navigation system, Electronic chart, Depth (backup system)
  •  Furuno 24 mile Radar (backup system)
  • Koden GPS Compass, (for the high latitudes)
  • Vesper Marina, AIS , send and receive
  • Onboard computer, data logger, depth, position, time, pressure, etc.
  • Garmin GPS
  • Hand held depth sounder
  • Sextant
  • Two Iridium satellite phones (voice/data)
  • Single side band radio, with Pactor controller
  • Onboard VHF and 3 hand held VHF radios
  • Weather fax
  • Coursemaster 950, autopilot

Sails and rigging:

  • Mainsail, Standard slab reefing system (3 reefs)
  • Genoa, roller furler (Furlex)
  • Staysail, roller furler (Furlex)
  • Storm trysail and storm jib
  • Winches, Anderson’s, Stainless Steel
  • Blocks Garhauer marine


  • One 3.8 m (Lancer NZ) hypalon inflatable with 30 hp motor
  • One 3.6 m custom build aluminium dingy with 18 hp motor with a sailing rig and rowing set up.
  • Two (Incept)  inlfatable  sea kayaks with sails

Ground tackle etc:

  • 1 x 50 kg Rocna anchor
  • 120 meter of 13 mm short link anchor chain
  • 1x 50 kg Rocna anchor (back up)
  • 100 meter of 13 mm short link anchor chain (back up)
  • 1 x 18 kg Delta anchor (stern anchor)
  • 35 meter 10 mm Anchor chain (Stern anchor)
  • 3 x 120 m of 24mm polypropylene shore lines
  • Simpson and Lawrence V4000 Hydraulic Anchor windlass (4000 lb pull)
  • 1 x Parachute sea Anchor 5m diameter, (Choppins ltd NZ)
  • 1 x 200 meter 16 mm diameter braided nylon for sea anchor
  • Safety equipment:
  • 8 person liferaft, Solas-B+
  • 8 Inflatable life jackets with safety harnesses
  • 8 boat life jackets
  • 2 life rings, flares
  • 406 search and rescue beacon
  • AIS handheld rescue beacon
  • 12 volt search light
  • 8 sets of heavy duty wet weather gear.
  • 8 Cold water Immersion/flotation survival suits (Bayley)

Scuba Diving Equipment:

  • Dive compressor
  • 2x Dive bottles
  • 2x Dive weights
  • 2x Diving Dry suits
  • basic regulator kit


  • Extensive offshore expedition type  up to date medical kit (Medaire)
  • High latitude survival equipment, sleeping bags, mats, tent, stoves, basic climbing kit, Crampons etc.
  • Good workshop facility with power tools, drill press etc
  • Comprehensive range of spares for all equipment on board
  • Portable manually operated crash pump

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