Of high tech construction with a carbon rig and powered in-boom furling, she has proven herself to be a capable and easily handled world cruising yacht. Still in her original ownership, she has flush decks and a large decksaloon with a beechwood interior. The guest and owners' accommodation is aft - offering a large owners' stateroom, VIP cabin and large upper and lower berth cabin. The galley is equipped for serious feasting and she has generous crew accommodation forward. She is available fresh from a Berthon Spain pitstop and is ready for her next ocean.
For more information on this vessel, please contact Sue Grant at our Lymington office on the numbers below.
Please contact Sue Grant at +44 (0)1590 679222
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: King Marine
Designer: Bill Dixon
LOA: 73 ft 0 in
Beam: 19 ft 8 in
LWL: 66 ft 9 in
Minimum Draft: 11 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 11 ft 6 in
Displacement: 35380 kgs
Ballast: 11793 kgs
Number of single berths: 8
Number of cabins: 4
Number of heads: 3
LA LUNA is built to RINA and MCA; not currently certified as such. Owner has paperwork to prove build standard and no major changes have been made in the last few years.
Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Hull – Vacuum infusion e-glass with PVC foam core on a male mould, with carbon reinforcement.
Deck – E-glass composite with PVC foam core and carbon unidirectional reinforcement.
Keel & Rudder:
Fin with bulb.
Spade fully-balanced rudder
Engine & Gearboxes: (Engine can be rebuilt in situ if ever required)
1 x Lugger 1066H (250hp/186.4kW continuous rating).
ZF 285a gearbox
Engine Hours: c. 4,100 at March 2019.
Cruising Speed: 9 knots.
Maximum Speed: 11 knots.
Consumption: 12.5 lph @ 8 knots approx.
Propulsion & Steering:
West Mekan 4-bladed variable pitch propeller system (825-850m).
Lewmar 15hp hydraulic bow thruster.
2v cells, 1000a/h on service batteries, 300a/h on navigation batteries, 12v starter on main and generator (can be paralleled), all gel-type.
12v Starter battery on main engine replaced 2019.
35 amp alternator on generator.
65 amp alternator on main engine; to charge own starter battery.
195 amp alternator on main engine for service and navigation batteries.
20kW Northern Lights generator; removable through soft floor if needed.
Generator Hours: c. 3.707 at March 2019.
No shore power converter.
Full onboard hydraulic system with 2 x 3000w DC motors and 1 x generator PTO.
Hydraulic & ships monitor PLC – Jacksons, New Zealand.
Fresh Water & Water Heating System:
2 x Fresh water pumps
HEM 2500 watermaker 300lph (Hours: c. 870 at March 2019).
Total fuel capacity of 2,600 litres.
Total water capacity of 1,100 litres.
Grey/Blackwater holding tanks:
Total grey water capacity of 300 litres.
Total black water capacity of 400 litres.
Full B&G H3000 instrumentation and pilot.
Furuno radar/chart plotter.
Fleet 150 broadband.
Ships computer and screen
Isotherm fridge and freezer cooling systems.
Full Miele electric oven with gas hob.
Heating & Ventilation:
Cruisair TWC 36 times 2 x air conditioning chillers 72,000btu, with internal heating elements.
32” Samsung LCD flat screen.
Bose speakers & also in cockpit.
DVD/radio/iPod dock/hard drive/PC plug-in.
23” Samsung drop down flat screen.
Mac Mini PC – DVD/wi-fi.
B&G full function display.
21” Samsung flat screen mounted on bulkhead.
Mac Mini PC – DVD/wi-fi.
21” Samsung flat screen.
Link to ship’s chart plotter.
B&G full function display.
24v halogen lighting – and LED.
Summary of Acccommodation:
LA LUNA has a light and airy interior which is finished in Beech. This was upgraded in 2015 with soft furnishings that enhance the feeling of space internally. She has generous accommodation for 2 crew and a large owners’ statement aft. There is a VIP guest double aft and a large twin cabin. Both have their own heads, but the twin berth cabin heads is set up to act as a day head also. The accommodation has been refreshed including new Ocean Air blinds in the main saloon (2019).
Foam/honeycomb core with veneered overlay.
Description of layout from forwards:
From forward there is a large lazarette with skippers’ accommodation which has a double berth to port with desk and storage ahead of this. There is a sofa to starboard and separate heads aft with separate shower stall.
There is a door into the lower saloon with horseshoe seating and table to starboard for dining and a large and well finished galley to port with ample storage as well as huge refrigeration.
Up steps to the panoramic main saloon with seating to port with table and a further sofa to starboard with a well laid out nav station aft.
There is easy access onto the deck with a vast cockpit and twin wheels aft of this which is a great area for entertaining.
Internally aft down steps there is access into the engine room which has great access to all the systems.
There are 2 guest cabins – a large double to port with its own heads and an upper and lower berth cabin to starboard.
The owners’ cabin is aft with a double berth, and sofas either side of the berth, a desk and large heads compartment.
Note: Haya Beech veneers throughout, with white paint in crew head.
Hall spars lenticular carbon rigging.
Hall spars carbon in boom furling system and mast
PBO backstay, kevlar runers, Reckman furler
All deck gear by Harken.
388sq/m AP spinnaker.
245sq/m code 0.
Doyle Stratos jib, main and staysail.
Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:
Carbon stowaway anchor system with 105lb CQR anchor and 100m grade 8 10mm anchor chain.
Covers, Canvas & Cushions:
Sprayhood and covers
Overall cover for shore storage.
Tender & Outboard:
Avon 410 tender, with custom heavy duty hypalon tubes and Suzuki 50hp 4-stroke; 250 engine hours.
Safety gear will need servicing before the summer programme.
New liferafts serviced 2019 - 3 year service interval.