ISLAND TIME is ready to take you around the world.
Completely refitted by a long time marine professional for his families use little expense was spared.
Things have changed so she is up for sale.
Looking for something really ready to go?
Perhaps she is for you.
MANY MORE PIX TO FOLLOW
Mast,Sails and Hardware.
Safety Equipment & Other Features
SYNOPSYS OF 2013 REFIT
1) Hull was completely sanded to gelcoat, the minor blisters removed and the hull epoxy barrier coated with multiple coats of Ameron 385 HS
2) Rudders were removed and cut open as needed to check for any water ingress. These were properly sealed with epoxy, barrier coated and bottom painted.
3) One of the rudders was rebuilt from scratch three years ago and a new rudder stock was used. There is a spare brand new rudder stock on the boat if and when the new owner decides to build a new one for the other side.
4) The bottom self aligning rudder bearings were replaced in their entirety and the top bearing knuckles are new as well.
5) Every single through hull and sea cock was removed. All holes for the through hulls were cleaned out, checked for any water ingress , slicked with West System epoxy and then new through hulls and new sea cocks were installed.
6) A couple of the old through hull fittings above the water line were perfect so it was pointless replacing them. All below the water line are new. Every single though hull has a starboard backing plate to ensure extra rigidity.
7) All the plumbing and all the wiring below for the pumps and toilets and stuff have been replaced…including a bunch of pumps and both macerators. All have new hose clamps and all below the water line are double clamped.
8) All the bilges have been scrubbed, pressure washed, etched and been painted gleaming white.
9) All the faucets have been replaced as well as the mirrors and lights throughout have either been replaced or repaired as needed.
10) The engines and sail drives were removed, stripped down completely and rebuilt from scratch with all new parts. This was done by the Yanmar mechanic on the island. They have been “ zero houred” They are basically new.
11) The House and starter batteries are new 2014. New Mppt 60 amp solar controller. four 36 V x 235 watt solar panels.All battery and related wiring replaced/redone new isolators etc.
12) The Standing rigging is either new or only a couple of years old. under 1000 miles done on this rigging
13) Replaced all the halyards with new lines.
14) The sails are in as new condition.
15) The electronics are all upgraded with the Raytheon ST60 Plus instrumentation both at the nav station and the helm station.
16) The autopilot is an ST 70 Plus.
17) She has an Icom M 802 Single Side Band radio with pactor/ email capabilities should you choose to fit a modem.
18) There is a chart plotter, radar with overlays.
19) Massive 3KW invertor charger with Link 2000 remote.
20) Three air conditioners. Used only on shore support
21) All the floors throughout the boat have been stripped down and treated with West System epoxy and all the floor coverings have been replaced with new.
22) All the soft furnishings in the saloon have been redone in proper upholstery fabric.
23) None of the winches on the vessel are original. They are all the new version of the Lewmar ST range. Two St 44’s and an ST 40 on the mast. And four ST 44’s in the cockpit for primaries and secondaries.
24) Recent LOFRANS anchor windlass.
Working Sail Area : 969.00 sq ft
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