"A stunning vessel, with performance to match."
This description just scratches the surface of what makes Mauliola unique. With no expense spared, this vessel is the real deal. Excelling in every category - looks, speed, safety, quality, comfort, seaworthiness - she is truly a cut above.
State-of-the-art Morrelli & Melvin hull shapes, a powerful sail plan and efficient set up for shorthanded sailing make this swift boat a capable, offshore luxury cruising catamaran - which can be easily and safely sailed short-handed, and realize up to 30 knots sailing speeds.
A four cabin layout with modern and customized interior appointments comfortably takes you and your guests to your destination of choice - whether your plans include cruising locally or sailing off to the most secluded islands. All of this, with systems designed to be as 'green' and energy efficient as possible.
The M&M 65 represents the best in performance cruising catamarans. A product of the Morrelli & Melvin Design & Engineering design office, this vessel was custom designed for fast, worldwide cruising. All systems were designed to be as light and efficient as possible, with low maintenance.
A powerful sail plan provides top speeds up to 30 knots. She is designed as a pure sailing machine and the engines are kept small and light. Cruising speed with engines is about 9 knots.
Morrelli & Melvin's uniquely shaped wave-piercing reverse bows, high bridgedeck clearance and complimentary underbody save weight and windage but also reduce pitching motions to ensure comfortable and fast cruising.
Built in the US by Westerly Marine - a custom boat builder, founded in 1970, and located in Santa Ana, California - specializing in Carbon Fiber Performance Vessels.
Hulls: Carbon inner skin, Kevlar/Glass outer skin, Corcell Sandwich. Cabin: Carbon inner skin, E-Glass outer skin, Corcell sandwich Bulkheads. Cabin soles: pre-preg Carbon / Nomex honeycomb sandwich All secondary taping Carbon fiber / Epoxy
All laminates vacuum-bagged and postcured AwlGrip 2-Part Polyurethane paint
Much thought was given to producing an interior that would be attractive, but practical for long distance cruising. 3 double staterooms, and two single cabins in the hulls - each ensuite - with custom carbon fiber electric toilets, stainless steel counter tops, and separate stand up showers.
A large, open salon, with dinette to Port - seats 10 - with storage underneath. A large navigation area, forward, to Starboard. A sofa, useable as a sea bunk. And a large, L shaped Galley (“Up”), with an island counter.
A sizable Galley, with 2 highly efficient, large refrigerators (16 and 12 cu ft), 2 freezer drawers, built by Glacier. A Force 10 stove. Double sinks with stainless steel tops, and attractive, practical, Marble counters. Very practical, for long term cruising.
In the round - with a full complement of sophisticated navigation, and boat systems monitoring equipment. Everything needed, for long term living and long distance cruising.
A large cockpit (aft), with a large, comfortable cockpit settee/table, and steering stations, on both sides. Steering is “up”, behind a windshield, with sliding roof, overlooking the cabin top - with halyards, sheets, trimming lines leading aft to the steering stations, and electric winches. Provides superior visibility of boat, rig and sea – with an excellent set up for short handed sailing – while providing excellent protection. Includes an additional Bar with fridge and ice machine, plus a barbecue.
Cabins and Heads
Master Cabin aft, with a King sized bunk, with large lockers and storage. Ensuite head, with separate shower.
Fwd cabin - the Port forward cabin has been converted to a gym, with available pipe berths, for overflow sleeping, and a washing machine.
Crew Cabin – a convertible crew cabin available in Port fwd bow – with two pipe berths, and head. Or useable as a large storage area.
Guest Cabin aft, with a King sized bunk, with large lockers and storage. Ensuite head, with separate shower.
Guest Cabin forward, with a Queen sized bunk, and an extra single. With large lockers and storage. An ensuite head, with separate shower. Good as a liveaboard crew cabin.
Much attention has been paid to ventilation, to maximize comfort. Ingeniously designed dorade fans, keep the air in the cabins circulating, keeping them fresh, cool and dry – minimizing the need for air conditioning, even in the tropics. However, three air conditioning units are available, and employed, to cool the boat, in the worst of heat conditions.
Machinery compartments are midships, for pumps and Engine Access. Additional engine access through stairs in companion way.
Painted surfaces in cabins, for ease of maintenance.
Teak flooring in Salon - Cork flooring in the cabin areas: Marinedeck 2000
Mainsail, 1400 sq ft, 3Di with three reefs.
Jib (Solent), 750 sq ft, 3Di.
Reacher, 1700 sq ft, 3Di.
Staysail, 450 sq ft, Spectra
Asymmetric Spinnaker, 2600 sq ft, Spinnaker cloth.
Original sails, made by North Sails America: (New sails: Main, Jib and Reacher were purchased from North Sails NZ in Dec/2014)
Mast, Boom, Forward Beam and Longeron Prepreg Carbon by Marstrom
The standing rigging was supplied by Marstrom but made by Smart Rigging in the Netherlands.
New mainsail batten cars are made by CT battens in New Zealand
Deck and Sailing Hardware by Harken and Spinlock
Harken - winches, furler, organisers, blocks, tracks etc.
- Spinlock - clutches and jammers - some of which have been modified.
- Facnor - two furlers
Forestay – Harken, roller furoing – 12 ton - on a nitronic rod forestay.
Staysail and reacher, on Facnor FXT-12TON “drum” furlers, with 'soft' stays.
Staysail and reacher tacks on hydraulic rams, for tensioning from steering station..
There is a lightning dissipater installed at the top of the mast. It is electrically bonded with the mainsail track.
Primary Winches (Aft Cockpit, and steering stawtion): 4 x 3 Speed Harken 70
Secondary Winches (Steering Station): 2 x 2 Speed Harken 60
Mast Base Winch (Headsail Handling) 1 x 3 Speed Harken 70
Two diesel engines. One in each hull.
Yanmar 4JH4AE 55hp
Aquadrive couplings on thrust bulkheads,
Dripless Tides Shaft Seals
3 Blade Flexofold Propeller
Both engines were rebuilt in NZ in Nov 2014
Hatches by Lewmar,
Portlights by Gebo
Windlass: Lewmar v1-6 & Sport Windlass (model: V5)
Fortress Marine Anchor
Rocna Anchor (88 lbs)
Spade (100 lbs)
There is 82 m of chain and 45 m of rope on the main rode and 23 m of chain and 77 m of rope on the secondary rode.
Bilge Pumps –
6 bilge pumps with an automatic pump switch and alarm each, installed. One in each bilge bow cabins. One set each under the dagger board floor boards (port and starboard). One set each under the forward engine floor boards (port and starboard).
Dive Compressor –
Brownie's YP25 DF
An AB VL12 dinghy, with a Honda Longshaft BF20D, and a 3 US gallons fuel tank
House battery banks:
2x 720 AmpHr 24volt Lithium Ion Battery Banks, by Genasun
Battery Management System by Genasun, new/updated 2014
The batteries can be charged by the solar panels, the main engines, the DC generator, shore power (through inverter chargers and a universal battery charger), or the Hydrogenerator,
8 x 200 watt solar Panels on Roof
2,100 Watts of solarpanels
There are two solar panel systems - one consists of four groups of Sanyo panels (the raised panels with hard anodised edges) and the other two groups of Aurinco panels (the flat semi bendable panels).
The four Sanyo groups are controlled through the four GVX-25 solar charge controllers
The four Aurinco panels are controlled through the Genasun GVB24-8 charge controllers
Main engine charging:
Each main engine is equipped with a Balmar 70amp 24VDC alternator, controlled and regulated through Genasun regulators and the BMS system.
POLAR Power 300A, 24Volt DC Diesel Generator (7.2KW)
There are two shore power plug in options: 240/110v/60 Hz /50Amps (“US/America”) and 230/50 Hz/16Amps (“Rest of the World”).
Mastervolt Mass Combi
1x Watt & sea hydrogenerator600W at 24V
Mastervolt MasterView Easy MkII
Mastervolt MassCombi (24/4000-100 (120v))
All LED Lighting 24 Volts
110VA C Sockets in all Cabins and Heads
Approximately 120 US gallons in starboard hull, and 110 gallons in two tanks, in Port hull.. Cabin House Fill is also the rain water collector.
2x 50gallons Fuel
11 gallons Holding Tank
HEADS Holding Tanks and Electrosans
There are two electric/macerator heads, with Electrosan systems, in each hull. There is a manual head in the port bow cabin.. The heads can be operated on fresh or salt water.
The heads can be discharged directly overboard where allowed, be diverted to the holding tanks, or to an Electrosan system, for treatment. After treatment, the waste is discharged overboard.
HOT & COLD FRESH AND COLD SALT WATER
There are two pressurized fresh water pump systems for cold and hot water. There is a foot operation option on the outdoor sink for cold fresh and salt water.
2 x 15 Gallons Torrens Water heaters (Heated by engine and AC)
There are two water makers installed.
2x Spectra Newport 400 MKII rated at 16Ga/hour
Force10 gourmet Galley Range
Magma Catalina Marine Gas Grill
Trident Marine LP Gas System
Marine Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) Systems (ABYC Inc. 2000)
There are two propane systems: The Force 10 cooker in the galley with associated gas detector and solenoid. The Magma grill in the Grill locker (starboard steps inboard locker). The propane bottles are interchangeable. The Magma grill also has a different regulator that will take Coleman bottles.
The tanks are Worthington aluminium tanks with the following rating:
20 LB CYL / 35 LB WT
TW = 15.9 LB Tare WT
WL = 47.7 LB VOLUME WT. IN WATER
There are three tanks located in the forward starboard cockpit locker to serve the galley stove. There is one tank in the aft starboard cockpit locker to serve the barbecue.
There are 4 electronic systems which can be used for navigation -
A new Furuno Navnet TZ (black box),
An loder Furuno Navnet 3D,
a laptop running Maxsea,
a laptop running OpenCPN.
The Furuno Black box (Navnet TZ) was installed in New Zealand in March 2015. The Navnet 3D is still connected and the computers are still connected to the system as backup.
There are three Global Positioning Systems,
A Furuno Network GP-330B GPS receiver,
A Furuno DGPS GP-37 (with its own antenna on the Davits Arch)
A handheld Garmin GPS 72H.
A Furuno DRS4D
The radar can be operated using the NavnetTZ (Black box), or the Navnet3D or Maxsea.
Network Sounder- DFF1 / Fish Finder / Handheld Depth Sounder
AIS information can be viewed on the Blackbox or Navnet3D, and on the navigation computer running Maxsea.
Steering and Autopilot
There are two Furuno autopilots (port and starboard, each controlling a Hydraulic Linear Drive. Each autopilot can be controlled using the control heads (at the helm stations).
There are two heading sensors (port and starboard), each can supply the heading information to the active autopilot (located under the berth in forward starboard cabin).
Note: the auto pilot control at the helm stations was changed to Furuno model Navpilot - 711C in NZ, on late 2014.
FB150 FleetBroadBand Satellite phone
Satellite phone and the FB 150 System
Note: a new complete unit was purchased in Nov/2013.
Fixed VHF Radio with Remote Access Microphones
Hand held VHF Radios -5 hand held VHF radios
Fixed Marine HF Radio Transceiver
A Lenovo computer
ASony Vaio (backup) computer.
Backup: there is a USB hard drive to be used for backing up the computers. Both computers have Acronis True image backup software installed. The Lenovo computer has the 2015 version of Acronis.
Samsung LED TV
Fusion MS-RA200 marine Stereo
Mustang Survival MD 3184 ACR GLOBALFOIX iPRO 406 Mhz GPS EPIRB
Winslow 8 person super light Extended Offshore Life Raft
Man Overboard equipment
Inflatable Dan Bouy
Pony buoy Lifesling 2
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.