SERIOUS AS A HEART ATTACK, MAJOR PRICE REDUCTION from 199,000 to 99,000 May 2018 and now 75,000 June 2018 to encourage immediate sale.
Historically significant in every way and the embodiment of great yacht design, KIALOA V's German Frers designed hull is as remarkable now for her cruising ability as she was in the 80's and 90's for her racing acumen. Her owner has been able to sail her solo, with her husband, to marvelous cruising destinations, as will you, and she has raced KIALOA V in numerous day events.
A purchase of this marvelous, historic, yacht is sure to delight, yielding boatloads of memories of fast sailing for you and your family and friends.
Vessel is in need of an entire refit of all systems and is therefore priced accordingly.
Own some history and grab this yacht now before she is taken from you forever.
Navigation station with double berth and settee
Two Twin Guest cabins
CREW CABIN: Fiver berth Crew cabin
Three Heads all with LAVAC Toilets and Shower with hot & cold water
SALON: full width salon with a Dining table to starboard. Leather upholstery
Entertainment console Bar with icemaker
GALLEY: Stainless steel counter-tops; LPG 3-burner cooker Electric griddle; Miele microwave; Miele espresso machine Two Refrigerators and insulated ice box, also, a chest freezer in forepeak.
AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM: Heating & Airconditioning from two 16,000 btu MarineAir AC units in saloon (reverse cycle). and a 12,000 btu Split unit in owners cabin; 9,000 btu MarineAir in crew cabin
Diesel heater system
KIALOA V has a Welded aluminium hull painted by Pendennis in 2005.
Interior hull above water line is insulated with 50mm of foil backed rockwool for thermal and sound deadening.
Aluminium dog house with washboards protects companionway hatch within
Strengthened aluminium sole
ENGINE: Main engine is a John Deere 6076AFM, rated at 300hp. Engine was new in 1999.
The engine has Twin disc transmission and Walter V-drive which was refurbished in 2005. There is also an AquaDrive system, designed to reduce loads on the transmission and make a smoother ride, and prevent problems associated with engines and their tendencies to become out of alignment. There is also a Tides Marine Lip seal for the prop shaft.
Also, the Transmission needs a full evaluation as it is quite rusted.
PROPELLOR: KIALOA has a Three blade Maxprop
GENERATORS: There are two Generators: Fisher Panda 10 kW, which was new in 2001. A synchronizing system allows one to use either one or two generators, depending on loads. One of the generators is in need of replacement.
WATER MAKER: Village Marine water maker system (new 1999). Note that this has not been operational in some time.
Eight 220 ah gel batteries in house bank thus 1,760 amp hours NEED REPLACEMENT
3 140 ah Delco batteries (engine & generator start) (new 2001) NEED REPLACEMENT
Fully double pole circuit breaker panel for both A/C & DC. (new 1999)
Isolation transformer Full CCTV System (new 1999)
One underwater camera Two waterproof cameras on deck Genoa trimming lights forward Full Navigation lights Deck night lighting
Entertainment System (new 2001) consisting of two Bose Stereo systems, one in the saloon and one in the Owners cabin.
Three Fuel tanks, all aluminium. Total 462 gallons or 1750 litre capacity
Manifold transfer system.
Two Water tanks, all aluminium, 316 gallons or 1,200 litres
BILGE PUMPS: Three rule 2000, One Jabsco, One emergency manual
It is not known what condition any of the electronics are in as they appear to be non functional:
RIG: The mast consists or a single extrusion, 110 ft, 34 m ultra narrow profile five spreader Spar, built by Speedwave. The mast is stepped below on a keel support structure above the keel sump.
SAIL TRACK: There is a Frederickson 300 series car system for the fully battened mainsail. Additionally a Rondal MTL-45 mast track with luff groove allows the sail to easily move aloft and to drop without horrendous effort.
STANDING RIGGING: NAVTEC Cobalt Rod Rigging, rod reportedly replaced in 2000.
CONTROLS and HYDRAULICS: NAVTEC Titanium Vang and NAVTEC Titanium Backstay Hydraulic Cylinder. Multi function system for other hydraulics includes a NAVTEC Cylinder for the inner forestay, baby stay, outhaul, runner and the deflector. NAVTEC Custom Hydraulic package Including rotary pump and manual pump.
RUNNING RIGGING: Kevlar Running Backs stays. All Spectra running rigging and sheets
WINCHES: The extensive winch inventory is in need of full, substantial service due to the freezing of the coffee grinders.
KIALOA V is in need of an extensive refit of all her systems to be safely operational.
While it is our belief she could be safe again, she all systems should be checked and evaluated for serviceability.
She was refitted in 1999 by Pendennis Shipyard in Falmouth, UK. At that time, she was stripped to the bare hull and frames. Racing hardware was kept to preserve her ability to compete, but her interior was fitted out for cruising. The coach house was installed for a little protection and to keep dry. Many items at that time were replaced such as wiring, plumbing interior equipment etc.
In fitting with the standards of the time, deck gear was taken back to the LEWMAR Agents in the UK to be rebuilt. Fuel capacity increased from 600L to 1750 ltrs. An underwater Anchor system was built.
An interior was built fresh.
She had a New power train consisting of a John Deere engine 5056 diesel with more horsepower. A MAXPROP was fitted to the boat.
In the summer 2001 she had another Refit at Astilleros de Mallorca, Palma.
1. Repaint entire exterior of vessel with AwlGrip a. Refaired and repainted Topsides, b. Repainted cockpit. Nonskid deck (all blemished refaired) c. Repainted Interior d. Refaired keel and applied New antifouling (International Superyacht 800)
2. Added air conditioning to crew qtrs.
3. refurbished interior a. all new headlining b. new carpets c. new varnish d. modified owners cabin
4. Mast a. Serviced and restepped b. Replaced all wiring into new conduit
Neither brokers nor owner offer warranty's of any kind. It is the buyers responsibility to hire competent marine surveyors to assess the fit and fitness of the vessel. All inventory is stated on the listing and any item not listed should be considered excluded from the inventory of the vessel. Further, the vessel needs a full refit or restoration of all the systems to be safely operational.