Equinox is a rare, one owner yacht that has been meticulously and professionally maintained by her loving owners since being commissioned new in 2007. She has spent her time privately moored at her owner's dock in Roche Harbor and has sailed throughout the San Juan and Gulf Islands, Desolation Sound and as far north as the Broughtons. She is beautiful, turnkey and ready to take her new owners to new adventures.
New and notable updates in 2019:
Fresh bottom paint and anti-foul applied to sail drive and prop
Hull and cabin top buffed and detailed
(6) New Dyno 115AH batteries
The interior of Equinox is spacious and cozy. White molded interior with beautiful cherry trim and blue cloth upholstery. She features 6’4” headroom throughout, ten opening ports, two overhead hatches, LED lighting throughout, and forced air heat with four registers. Her forward bulkhead is adorned with one of a kind PNW themed artwork.
The forward cabin features a privacy door separating it from the main salon. There is a large offset double berth with small sitting settee to starboard. Two large hanging lockers, each with four shelves are conveniently located to port and starboard. One opening hatch and two opening ports outboard provide generous light and ventilation.
The main salon is both roomy and comfortable. A large u-shaped dinette with a cherry finished table provides comfortable seating for up to 6. To starboard and outboard are two large lockers with double doors and space between for your personal items. One opening hatch and eight opening ports outboard provide generous light and ventilation.
The galley is L-shaped and features beautiful stone grey countertops with well-placed handrails and a frosted backsplash. To starboard and outboard are five deep lockers with a microwave oven tucked away out of sight. Below the countertops are four deep pull out drawers and six deep lockers to store your food and cookware. Facing forward, are double deep stainless steel sinks equipped with a manual seawater pump faucet, a filtered water faucet, and single integrated main faucet. A large refrigerator/freezer is built into the cabinetry with both top and front access. To starboard and center you will find a well sized stainless steel gimbaled 2 burner propane stove with oven.
The navigation station is located to port in the main salon. There are two comfortable swivel chairs with a table large enough for your charts between. To port and outboard are two large lockers. Double frosted glass doors hide away the onboard systems panel, VHF, stereo, and battery monitoring systems in one locker while the other locker contains 2 shelves and space between for books and charts. Below the chart table contains the AC electrical panel and batteries are easily accessible under the swivel chairs.
The aft cabin features a privacy door separating it from the main salon and a deep double berth. To port and outboard there is a large hanging locker with four shelves and one opening port above and two reading lights.
The aft garage is to starboard and aft of the galley. It is large and accessed through a well sized door aft of the galley or through the starboard cockpit seating.
The aft head is large and features a Jabsco pump toilet. To port and outboard there is a molded one piece vanity sink with mirror and double lockers with shelves and modern chrome one piece faucet. Forward of the vanity there is a full sized stand up shower with siting bench and modern chrome shower system. There is one large opening port to provide light and ventilation.
The engine room is located under the companion way stairs and immaculate. Stairs lift easily and tool-less with hydraulic assistance and provide good access from the front and starboard side.
Epoxy barrier coat(factory upgrade)
Hand laid GRP sandwich construction
Bulkheads laminated to hull and deck
Molded nonskid surface on cabin top
Full dodger with bimini and full enclosure panels
Aft mounted radar mast
Dingy motor lift
Custom built teak cockpit table
Hot and Cold shower at stern
Stainless steel dinghy davits
(6) Mooring cleats
(1) Electric Lewmar 40 self-tailing winch
(1) Lewmar 40 self-tailing winch
(2) Lewmar 46 self-tailing winches
(2) Cabin top hatches
Simrad CX44 chart plotter at helm
Simrad IS12 depth and wind instruments at helm
Simrad AC20 autopilot computer
Simrad AP16 auto pilot control unit in cockpit
Simrad auto pilot hand held remote control
Simrad radar view-able on helm chart plotter
ICOM VHF with cockpit mounted remote command mic II
West Marine CD/MP3/AM/FM radio with usb and 2 speakers in salon
ProMariner galvanic isolator
Electrical Panel (12v, 110v)
Smart Plug shore power system
(6) Chrome LED flexible reading sconces
Recessed LED lighting in headliner
60Amp Sterling Pro Charge Ultra battery charger with remote controller
(1)Dedicated\isolated 115amphour start battery (new in 2019)
(1)Dedicated 115amphour windlass battery (new in 2019)
(4)Dedicated 115amphour house batteries (new in 2019)
Dedicated disconnects for Start, Windless and House batteries.
(2)12v outlets (nav station and cockpit)
(6) 110AC electrical outlets
Electronic battery level and fuel level indicators on main systems panel
Xantrex link10 battery monitor with volt and amp meter
700 watt Inverter
115amp Balmar alternator
Auxiliary solar powered battery charger
Yanmar 3JH4 SD 50 YMI (1140 hrs)
Yanmar SD50 saildrive(new in 2012)
Jefa stearing system
3 bladed ‘Flex O Fold’ prop
Stainless steel tanks (fuel,water,sewage)
Engine Raw water strainer
Dual Raycor fuel/water separators
Tachometer with digital engine hour meter
Sound insulated engine room
IsoTemp 6 gal hot water heater (AC and heat exchanger)
Webasto Air Top forced air diesel heater with 4 registers and thermostat with fan control
2 burner LPG gas stove and oven with gimbal
Large 12v refrigerator and freezer
Oster Microwave oven
Lewmar electric windlass with remote
200ft chain rode
100ft rope rode
Mainsail luff track with cars (Strong Track)
Furling self-tacking jib
Fully battened mainsail
Stackpack sail bag with lazy jacks
All lines led to cockpit and clutched
Adjustable Sparcraft boom vang
(2) Folding mast steps
Weems and Plath clock and barometer
Life Ring MOB system
MOB heaving system
(2) Folding captain’s chairs for cockpit
(1) Harness tether
Electric LPG gas solenoid
Full winter cover
Custom insect screens for all hatches and ports
Matching Area rugs, throw pillows and wool blankets
The hull is built of hand-laid fiberglass, closed-cell foam core, and epoxy resin for stiffness and osmosis protection. Bulkheads are tabbed into the hull and the deck. Solid-fiberglass stringers provide hull stiffness. The deck is cored fiberglass. A cast-iron keel foil is secured to the hull with over sized stainless-steel bolts and supports a lead bulb.