This Sunreef’s superb design offers spacious living combined with lavish comfort and elegant style. The hull is constructed of Aluminium (sealium) and is well equipped with special attention paid to all safety aspects. The practical living space is optimised for extended stays which is evident in the rare 3-cabin owner’s layout. Centralised sail handling equipment and engine controls make sailing an absolute joy and make shorthanded sailing trouble-free. The vessel is crafted as a world cruising vessel and CE certified according to Bureau Veritas norms.
The vessel was commissioned from Sunreef in Poland by the first owners and launched in early 2006. Until 2008 Trigger‘s first owners travelled through the Baltic and North Sea to the Med and then through the Red Sea and Indian Ocean to the Seychelles Islands. The boat was sold to the current owners in late 2008 that planned an extensive exploration into historical WWII Pacific islands with visits to some renowned diving destinations in the Indian Ocean along the way. The vessel was never used for chartering purposes.
During their travels through the Indian Ocean: Madagascar, Seychelles, Maldives, India, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, and Borneo the yacht was hauled at the larger centres for antifouling and mechanical maintenance. The same goes for their travels through the northern Pacific: the Philippines, Palau, Yap, Micronesia and Marshall Islands and again through the southern Pacific: Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, Wallis, Vanuatu, Solomons, New Caledonia and New Zealand.
Trigger was initially adapted for self reliant cruising with the addition of solar panels and additional safety equipment. In Thailand a gennaker was acquired and a new mainsail and battens in Fiji (ordered from Philippines).
Mechanically, the following preventative maintenance was done in New Zealand. The engines had the heads done, the injectors were replaced, the fuel pumps were redone and the turbos rebuilt. All hoses were replaced. An engine cylinder pressure test in March 2017 placed both engines close to original spec. The generator control unit was replaced in 2018.
The shafts were pulled and shaft bearings replaced. The rudders were rebuilt. The hull and underdeck was sanded down to primer or bare metal and all small spots were repaired. Whole new primer and topcoat was applied on the hull and underdeck. Holding tanks and fuel tanks were opened and cleaned.
The mast was dropped last season in New Zealand, all rigging: 2 inner stays, 2 outer stays and 2 forestays opened and checked by a rigger. The gull strike was replaced. At least 70 % of the running lines were recovered by Fineline. The mast foot and all stay terminal points were removed and rebedded after checking. The whole mast was repainted at the same time as the exterior of the boat. The furler motor, seals and bearing were replaced. The aircon main unit was replaced in 2014. The desalinator membranes were replaced: 1 last year and another 1 this year. Outdoor cushions were redone last season.
We hauled out early in 2018 to renew bottom antifouling, inspected rudders, shaft and props. The anti-slip paint surfaces of the decks were redone. The generator was serviced with new bearings, new injectors and new control panel and serviced turbo, head and pump.
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This deck houses the helm and sail control area. It has a small table and several seating arrangements. All control and trimming ropes lead to the helm position complimented by electronic engine controls and repeat navigation instruments. The fly bridge features a bimini top.
The fully covered aft deck consists of a breakfast table with seating for 6 and a separate seating area. The outside basin and bar fridge makes outside entertaining very convenient. It also house the swimming ladder and rinse showers.
Storage on both sides
The interior consist of the main saloon with the navigation cockpit, dining area with seating for 6 and a separate corner seating area. The interior is carpeted and finished off with polished cherry wood ad light leather seating. The main systems control is situated inside at the chart table with extensive navigation instruments.
The fully equipped galley is positioned within the main saloon, divided by a rounded counter top. Galley equipment includes : fridge/freezers, microwave, gas burner with oven and a wine cooler.
1 owner's cabin with shower, bathroom and toilet/laundry
1 forward and 1 aft en-suite double cabin with separate visitor's bathroom and workshop area.
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