KANALOA is an extraordinary restoration of this Phillip L. Rhodes luxury blue water cruising design. Tastefully refurbished during an extensive refit that took several years with the highest quality materials, attention to detail coupled with old world craftsmanship from Port Townsend, WA. Modern technology and equipment were incorporated into this unique design from one or the most respected naval architects. Built in 1966, Rebuilt in 2006, with further refitting and completion in 2011.
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The vessel is flush decked with a step down cockpit at the stern. The deck, overlaid with teak planking, has a nice sheer to it that increases reserve buoyancy in heavy weather and is fitted with peripheral side railings of stainless steel stanchion pipes strung with stainless steel wires.
Below deck the vessel is divided transversely into five compartments, forward dry storage space with watertight door, crew and guest accommodations along with washroom and galley, engine room with main lounge above, after guest and owner accommodations including washrooms and finally the lazarette. Only the after engine room and after cabin bulkheads are truly watertight, the other two having watertight doors fitted. The forward bulkhead is considered to fully represent a collision bulkhead.
From the galley there is a companionway on the starboard side leading up to the main lounge and a centerline watertight door leading through the after bulkhead in the galley permitting access to the engine room. The main lounge deckhead is raised some three feet above the deck to provide headroom and to permit natural light filtration through side trunkway rectangular ports.
From the main lounge there is a companionway leading down to the after accommodation and a set of steps on the starboard side leading up to the wheelhouse which is open on the after end. Half height roll up see-through canvas-Plexiglas covers can enclose the area when and where necessary.
From the after deck immediately abaft the wheelhouse there are steps down to an open cockpit which has circumference seating and which is partially protected from the weather with a framed overhead canopy. Crew and guests would access the skiff here when lowered from its davit at the transom. Access to the lazarette is through a watertight trap door on a raised coaming in the forward end of the cockpit.
Elsewhere on deck, there are fitted lockers and butterfly skylights with added provision for storage and isolation of propane tanks.
Welded and molded steel plate. Retractable drop keel permits dry-docking at any conventional facility.
Plating. 1/4”. 5/16” from keel to turn of bilge.
Frames. 2 1/4” x 2” x 1/4” angle and on 20” centres.
Deep Frames. 4” x 15” T x 1/4”.
Gussets. 9 1/2” x 9” x 1/4”.
Floors. 15” x 2” flange x 1/4”.
Deck Head. 3” x 2” angle x 3/16”.
Main lounge is of wood overlaid with fiberglass with wood deckhead beams. The wheelhouse structure is also of wood overlaid with fiberglass.
MAIN ENGINES Twin Yanmar four cylinder diesels, model ALAH-HTP, turbo charged and with a rated output of 122 HP, (91.2 KW). ZF transmission with a ratio of 2.78 : 1. Raw water cooled with heat exchanger. Exhausts overboard to starboard and port. 12 volt starting system. Fitted with 1 x 12 volt 80 amp alternator. Starboard engine also fitted with 1 x 24 volt 100 amp alternator.
TRANSMISSIONS ZF Hurth Model: ZF-63-2.8 Ratio: 2.78:1
SHAFT BRAKES Cobalt disc brake system, model 5020S. Air activated. Works in conjunction with engine controls.
AUXILIARY Lugger 4 cylinder diesel, model 864, naturally aspirated and with an output of 65 HP, (48KW). Raw water cooled. Exhausts overboard to starboard. 12 volt starting system. Fully alarmed. Low oil and high temperature automatic shut off. 1 x 12 volt 35 amp alternator. Off the inboard end and by direct drive one Northern Lights generator producing 120-240 volt single phase AC power with an output of 25 KW.
MACHINERY COOLING Each system screened. Intakes grilled. Blow back capability available to clear outside blockage.
VENTILATION Forced draft and natural surface ventilation.
AIR CONDITIONING Seven individual area units served by seven salt water circulating pumps. Individual zone controls
HEATING 120-volt AC, forced hot water.
Tank: 20 gallon located to starboard in the engine room.
Manufacturer: Force 10 model 418001.
Pressure relief: Yes – with bilge hose.
Heat exchanger: Yes – plumbed to the gen-set.
Number of units: Six heat pumps located next to the water heater and plumbed to the cabins.
TANKS (Capacities in Litres / US Gallons)
FRESH WATER 2 tanks Forward 2597 litres 686 gallons
DOM HOT WATER 3 tanks Engine room 227 litres 60 gallons
BLACK WATER 1 tank Forward 1893 litres 500 gallons
GRAY WATER 1 tank Aft 1298 litres 343 gallons
FUEL OIL 2 tanks Forward 4580 litres 1210 gallons
2 tanks Aft 4262 litres 1126 gallons
LUBE OIL 1 tank Engine room 115 litres 30 gallons
BILGE Seven 24 volt Rule 3700 units.
WASH DOWN One Flo Jet 24 volt on demand unit.
FRESH WATER One 110 volt AC unit with pressure tank.
One 24 volt redundant unit.
TOILETS Three vacuum pumps run off the 24 volt supply.
One manual head in crew quarters.
SHOWER SUMP Forward shower. 24 volt unit.
BLACK DISCHARGE Vacuum flush. 24 volt unit. System connection also permits tank contents to be vacuumed out to a shore disposal facility.
GRAY DISCHARGE Uses the black water pumping system.
MACERATOR PUMP One 24 volt unit for galley sink disposal.
COMPASS 1 Danforth White 6”liquid.
DEVIATION CARD Vessel to be swung.
VHF 1 Icom. IC-M127.
DEPTH SOUNDER 1 Furuno. FCV 600L.
RADAR 1 Furuno. 1621. Mark II.
GPS 1 Furuno. WAAS Navigator. GP32.
AUTO PILOT 1 Simrad. AP 20.
STEERING Jastram hydraulic system
HEEL INDICATOR 1 Nexus. Heel indicator.
HORN Air Electric.
MAIN SYSTEM Catered to by a 120-240 volt AC supply with provision for 12 and 24 volt DC supply as required for various equipment. There is a dedicated supply of AC power through the generator run off the auxiliary and a passive supply through two inverters. Overload protectors in place to safeguard all electronics from power spikes.
INVERTERS Xantrex, model U25. 12 volt DC input, 2.5 KW AC output.
Xantrex, model U25, 24 volt DC input, 2.5 KW AC output.
BATTERIES 12 Volt System. One bank 8 x 6 volt units for 12 volts.
24 Volt System. One bank 8 x 6 volt for 24 volts.
Main Engine Starting. Each 1 x 12 volt unit for 12 volts.
Emergency Radio. 1 x 12 volt unit.
CHARGING SYSTEM 3 x 12 volt and 1 x 24 volt alternators. There are also Xantrex chargers for the 12 and 24 volt systems.
SAILS The vessel is ketch rigged. Sails installed, were new in 2011 and have been reset.
ANCHOR WINCH Twin Lofrans Titan units. 2000 watts, 24 volt electrical operation. Twin 175 lb anchors each with 300’ of 1/2” chain.
SAIL WINCHES Various horizontal and vertical hauling drum and windlass type winches.
FOREMAST 72’ Sitka spruce. Stepped between cabin and main lounge. Fully restored and restepped. Rigging tweaked.
MIZZEN MAST 52’ Sitka spruce. Stepped at rear end of wheelhouse. Fully restored and restepped. Rigging tweaked.
STERN COCKPIT Fitted with launching davit across transom. Davit supports a 12’ Boston Whaler fitted with a GPS and sounder and a 40 HP 4 stroke gasoline driven Yamaha. There is also a hinged swim grid attached to the transom which has a folding step access from the cockpit below the davit.
DECK ACCESS One to lazarette. Watertight fitting.
Winches: All Barient brand unless noted
Primaries – 35.
Runner tails – 15.
Headsail furl – 23ST.
Main sheet – 22.
Mizzen halyard – 22.
Mizzen sheet and mizzen reef – 23ST.
Mizzen reef – 40ST.
Mizzen outhaul – 19.
Main halyards – Lewmar 40ST with two clutches.
Spinnaker lift – Barlow 27.
Main mast aft – outhaul & reefs – 23ST with 6 clutches.
Reefing: Main – double main and mizzen
Topping lifts: Main and Mizzen
Lazyjacks: Main and Mizzen
Furler: Headsail – Schaefer 4100
STOVE: Viking LPG 6-burner stove top. Heat shield over the stove top.
OVEN: GE Monogram 240-volt AC.
REFRIGERATION: Factory built in two section in the galley with a compressor in the engine room. Factory built in freezer in the galley with a compressor in the engine room.
SINK: Double deep stainless steel on the port side with hot and cold pressure water.
MICROWAVE: Frigidaire Gallery 120-volt AC plug in.
WASHING MACHINE: Washer/dryer 240-volt AC located in the crew
quarters starboard forward.
REFRIGERATOR: Small in the crew’s quarters – starboard forward.
OWNER’S QUARTERS Located at the stern and full width. Complete with private access to separate bathroom. Settee has a drop down table which can be converted to a bunk.
Two double guest cabins, both on the starboard side. One is abreast the galley while the other is abaft the engine room. The forward cabin has its own shower while the after unit has washroom facilities across the alleyway.
Accommodation for three crew, with one cabin for two and one cabin for the skipper. A dinette area with drop down table can be converted into a bunk. Toilet, shower and wash room facilities available as well as a full laundry. A door separates the galley from the crew quarters.
MAIN LOUNGE Located amidships with access to the galley, after accommodation and wheelhouse.