2003 McConaghy Super Maxi 86 WAY OF LIFE26m
€1,200,000 (A$1,850,047) excl. VAT
|Model||Super Maxi 86|
|Offered By||Berthon International|2003 McConaghy Super Maxi 86
Incredible Super Maxi 86 yacht, originally MORNING GLORY. With full CBTF technology (canting keel), she has a recent refit and standing rigging under her belt. She is ready for her next owner.
Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
- Built entirely of carbon fiber and has an extremely flat and narrow hull, a canting keel and two rudders, one in the bow and one aft.
- The yacht has a weight of 21 tons, of which almost half is in the keel.
- The centerboard is movable, and the angle is set by a hydraulic device max 52 degrees.
- Forward canard can be operated independently or connected to the rudder – both modes are possible. 3 modes on panel to wheel. Canard is not forward of retractable rudder.
- SP Carbon fiber laminates.
- Nomex cores.
- Core-cell structural foam in high-load areas.
- SE 84 Pre-preg laminates.
- Vinyl wrap.
January – July 2021:
- Torque checked all the keel bolts inside the boat.
- Top keel cover was opened.
- Complete check of all the keel seals.
- Keel position sensor was replaced.
Engine & Gearboxes:
- 1 x Yanmar 4LHA-HTP 118kW @ 3,300rpm.
- The engine room is tidy; hydraulic and other rubber pipes are properly protectred and fixed.
- PTO can use all positions like grind, but for rating current owners use grind.
- Engine Hours: 2,670.
- Maximum Speed: under sail – 30+ knots, under engine 9.2 knots.
Propulsion & Steering:
- Yacht wheels and pedestals in carbon. The vessel has two rudders, one on the bow before the centerboard and one on the stern.
- Complete service of the engine (oil, filters, belts, zincs...).
- Fuel tank and complete system was cleaned and checked.
- New water pump.
- New alternator bracket and pulley.
- Changed all exhaust pipes and new exhaust muffler.
- Extensive overhaul of engine and hydraulic oil cooling system (2022).
- New alternator brackets (2022).
- New Paguro 3.5kW generator (2022).
- All the hydraulic rams except the canting keel rams and the propeller shaft up and down ram were taken out of the boat.
- The rams that were taken out underwent a full service with new seals, ram polishing and filled with new CO2 for the return.
- Keel rams were checked inside the boat and some of the valve and plugs sealings were changed because of small leaks.
- All the pipes and connections were checked for leaks.
- Complete service and tuning of the Navtec valves that are fitted on deck.
- Complete and thorough test of all components when the boat was in the water.
- New sealings on the emergency Navtec pump that is connected to the grinders driveshaft
- New PLC for the fwd rudder.
- New position sensor on the aft rudder.
- New stern light.
- New batteries.
- New and updated program on the main PLC.
- New deck and steaming light.
- Two additional bilge pumps were mounted forward of the mast.
- All new button panels on deck for the keel, rudder and engine controls.
March – May 2022:
- New B&G processor.
- Replacement of damaged B&G cables.
- New connectors on the B&G masthead unit.
- New bilge sensors in the keel and engine compartments.
- B&G processor upgrade from WTP1 to WTP2.
- New B&G depth and speed sensors.
- New B&G wind vane.
- New Actisense converter for PC.
- New Halo20+ radar (connected to both PC and B&G plotter).
- New compass for B&G system.
- New satellite phone and data system.
- New onboard PC.
- New Mastervolt battery monitoring system.
- New Mastervolt charge regulator.
- Upgraded PLC software.
- New outside button panels for Keel, FWD Rudder and engine controls.
- New batteries.
- New onboard wi-fi system.
- New navigation lights (deck and masthead).
- Total fuel capacity of 600 litres (131.98 gallons).
- Refitted bilge system (new pumps, hoses, +2 extra pumps) (2022).
- All new fresh water hoses (2022).
- New watermaker + all new hoses (2022).
- B&G navigation equipment; protected by covers.
- Cobra Marine communications equipment.
- The vessel is intended for competitions and therefore the interior is not too luxurious, but comfortable.
- Bunk beds are available for the crew and bathrooms are of minimal size.
- The navigation room is located on the stern and features all devices for controlling the installed systems.
- The port middle part of the vessel has space for storing items of sailing equipment.
- Hall spars carbon mast and boom package is installed on WOL; mast: 134’6” / 41m - fixed in the vessel's bilge.
- 5-spreader configuration, with masthead rigging.
- Updated fixed bowsprit with twin tack lines and 2:1 arrangements.
- Completely new standing rigging installed in 2019.
- The new PBO standing rigging, despite having an increased safety factor compared to the previous rigging, is also lighter, obtaining a saving on the overall weight of about 6%.
- The new system weighs totally about 72 kg, compared to about 78 kg in the previous one, with a saving of more than 5 kg in weight.
- This is a significant value for a mast of this size, considering also an improvement in the performance of the whole system. The finish of the cables is totally in Black Dyneema®.
- In addition to rigging, the supply also involved new Loops in Dyneema® to connect Runners, Checkstays and Backstays to the mast and other deck equipment, some Lock Strops and part of the running rigging.
- Runners replaced in 2019 – along with the standing rigging.
- Harken deck hardware throughout the majority of the sail handling systems.
- 4 x Harken grinding pedestals, with carbon shafts primarily and multiple gearboxes below decks, linking primary winches, mainsheet winches and runner winches.
- New lock strops for masthead halyards (2022).
- New runner tails (2022).
- New jib sheets (2022).
- Recovering of Jib halyards + new soft shackles (2022).
- 11 x Harken deck winches.
- Sail winches are hydraulically operated; manual hydraulic pumps are located on the stern and in the middle of the vessel.
- New mainsail (2022).
- Jibs conversion from tuff luff to hanks attachments (2022).
Capri Race Inventory:
- Mainsail, 3Di, M-7.
- Jib, 3Di, L1-4.
- Jib, 3Di, M1-4.
- Jib, 3Di, H1-4.
- Jib, 3Di, J4-5.
- Genoa Staysail, 3DL, GS-1.
- Spinnaker Staysail, 3DL, SS-1.
- FR0, 3DL, FR0.
- MH0, Doyle, MH0-1, 2019 Sail/440m.
- A1, CN, A1, Bricked.
- A1.5, Nylon, A1.5.
- A1.5, Nylon/Poly, A1.5-1, 2019 Sail/580m.
- A2, CN, A2, Bricked.
- A2, Nylon/Poly,A2-1, 2019, Sail/587m.
- A3, CN,A3, Bricked.
- A4, Polyester, A4.
Capri Storm Sails:
- Storm Trysail, Spectra, Trysail.
- Storm Jib, Spectra, SJ.
Capri Back Up Inventory:
- Mainsail, 3DL, M-6.
- Jib, 3DL, J4-3, Bricked.
Sails Left in Container:
- Main, 3DL, M??, 2007 Sail.
- Main, 3DL, M??.
- Jib, 3DL, JI-3, Poor condition, has delam.
- Jib, 3DL, Med.
- Jib, 3DL, Med-5.
- Jib, 3DL, H-3, Looks unused but has delam.
- Jib Top, 3DL, JT.
- A0, 3DL, A0, 2013 Sail.
- A1, CN,A1-1, Standard Sail.
- A2, Nylon, A2-4.
- A2, Nylon, A2-6.
- A4, Nylon or Poly, A4-3.
- Deck equipment is of top quality and well maintained.
- The first container stores spare parts for the vessel and tools for any repairs; owing to her specific structure and intended use as a yacht for competitions, the vessel has a large number of spare parts. The container features all the necessary special and other tools, workbench, office corner, electrical tools, and drawers & shelves for storing all spare parts of the vessel.
- The second container stores sailing equipment.
- All new cockpit rope bags (2022).
- New safety equipment (EPIRB, personal PLBs) (2022).
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.
|Length at Waterline||23.98m|
|Fresh Water Tank|
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