CARINTHIA has been impeccably maintained for all her years and she is rigged and equipped for blue water sailing. The workmanship is outstanding with a great attention to detail. The Morris 46 is an evergreen contemporary classic whose good looks will never be out of style. Chuck Paine draws superb and usable blue water cruising yachts, and Morris build great yachts with superb joinery and outstanding fit out. CARINTHIA has been carefully and consistently maintained and updated and if perfectly equipped for mile munching. Appointments possible any time after notice! If you are seriously looking for a quality cruising yacht you shouldn´t miss the opportunity to see CARINTHIA - Transport to any port of destination easily possible - CENTRAL AGENT
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Spécifications, Équipements et informations supplémentaires:
Nom du bateau
Constructeur: Morris Yachts USA
Architecte: Chuck Paine
Pavillon: United States
Longeur hors tout: 13.99 m
Maître bau: 3.88 m
Tirant d'eau minimum: 1.67 m
Tirant d'eau maximum: 1.67 m
Poids à sec: 11000 Kilogrammes
Puissance totale: 62 HP
Marque moteur: Yanmar
Année de construction: 1997
Modèle moteur: 4JH2-TE
Type de moteur/essence: Diesel
Nombre d'heures: 3600
Hélice: Hélice pliante
Puissance moteur: 62 HP
Nombre de réservoirs d'eau: (590 Litres)
Nombre de réservoirs de carburant: (680 Litres)
Nombre de réservoirs des eaux usées: (130 Litres)
Nombre de cabines: 2
Nombre de toilettes: 1
Nombre de salles de bain: 1
In 2008, she had a nautical makeover. Works carried out at that time included-
Awlgripped hull and spar.
New radar/chartplotter, and autopilot.
New stainless steel hatches.
New fuel tank.
New Espar heater.
Owner Comments: “As far as I am concerned, the biggest remark from me as an owner of the MY46 is the yacht’s integrity and quality, as well as the seamanship this yacht has given me while crossing the Atlantic three times, as well as the Mediterranean sea; where I happened to experience the famous Gulf de Lion mistral with the winds of up to 62 knots and all alone, came out without any damage to the yacht, except being tired while enduring that 24 hours. I’ve sailed a number of different yachts, as a guest or crew member, but my MY46 is indeed the best so far – which is the main reason I purchased one. Unfortunately the age caught up with me and it’s time to switch to a motor boat and stay within local waters.”
RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean” Hull Construction:
Solid fiberglass, single skin construction.
Hydrex vinylester resin.
Centerline reinforcement gives approximate centerline thickness of 1.5”.
Two longitudinal stringers of cored fiberglass.
Transverse reinforced longitudinal stringers.
Awlgripped Hull in Carinthia blue with double white boot stripe (New paint 2008).
Gold leaf cove stripe.
Teak toerail with stainless steel 1⁄2 oval. Deck Construction:
1” core except in way of hatches, genoa tracks, stanchion bases, mast partners and other deck hardware where solid fiberglass replaces the core material.
One piece construction with molded fiberglass bulwark.
All hardware locations are drilled, tapped, bedded and thru bolted completely through the deck.
Trunk cabin sides are solid fiberglass.
The deck is permanently bonded to the hull using a horizontal integral laminated hull shelf and thru bolted on 8” centers.
White gelcoat with light tan nonskid on cabin top.
Teak side decks.
Keel and rudder
Keel & Rudder:
Paine/Morris shoal draft/high performance keel (5’6” draft).
8,200 pounds externally ballasted lead.
New custom rudder/post (2008).
Engine and gearboxes
1 x Yanmar 4JH2-TE 62hp (1997) diesel engine.
Engine is mounted on four flexible rubber mounts bolted to the fiberglass engine beds integral to hull.
Engine is located under the galley counter in an extremely well insulated (sound and heat) engine compartment.
Excellent access to engine area through removable panels.
Fuel filters(s) are Racor 75/500MAX dual system.
Engine Hours: 3,561 as at October 2014
Propulsion and steering
1 1⁄2” stainless steel shaft mounted through an Aquadrive system for vibration damping, inboard stern tube and two water injected cutlass bearings.
3-bladed 20” Gori folding propeller.
Prop Protector line cutter.
Edson Quadrant system with chain and cable linkage (2008).
Sidepower bowthruster (2008).
Edson wheel steering with brake and single engine controls.
Binnacle is protected by custom 4-leg pedestal guard.
Stainless steel wheel with elkhide cover.
12v DC and a European 220v/50hz AC electrical system.
220v AC system (fed from either a 12v DC Trace 2500 watt inverter, a diesel powered generator or by shoreside electrical supply). Battery Banks:
House battery bank consists of (4) 8D batteries configured as one bank (New 2008).
Engine starting battery (New 2008).
House batteries are charged by Cruising Equipment 140-amp alternator.
Starting battery is charged by Heart Echo Charger.
A 220v/32amp Shore Power inlet for house systems with 50 foot cord.
Freshwater and water heating system
Atlantic stainless steel hot water storage tank with 10-gallon capacity.
Hot water supplied by engine heat transfer or 220-volt AC system.
Hot and cold pressure water system supplies water to forward vanity sink basin faucet, galley sink basin, after head sink basin faucet / showerhead, cockpit shower and anchor/ deck wash-down system.
Manually supplied (foot-pump) fresh water at galley and sink basins.
Ultrawhisper Sea Recovery Watermaker with a capacity of 25 gallons per hour (new2008).
Total capacity of 590 litres (130 gallons) in 3 x separate tanks.
Fuel and tankage
Stainless steel deck fills for water, waste and fuel.
Total capacity of 681 litres (150 gallons) in aluminium tanks.
Fuel tank level monitored using WEMA gauge system.
Primary fuel tank is located under the main cabin dinette platform and is easily accessed for maintenance (2008).
A 12V transfer pump allows fuel to be moved from tank to tank.
Grey and black water
Total capacity of 127 litres (28 gallons).
Discharge line is equipped with Y-valve to allow for discharge overboard or to a waste holding tank.
Holding tank may be emptied through the waste deck fitting or may be discharged overboard using an electric Macerator pump (New 2008).
Ockam Offshore sailing instruments package including five Multi-function displays and integrated flux gate compass (reconditioned including new transducers 2008).
Trimble NT200D Differential GPS with display mounted at Navigation Station and Smart Card Reader.
Simrad AP 25 Autopilot (New 2008).
Furuno GA-1920C radar/chartplotter (New 2008) mounted in cockpit bulkhead and radar dome mounted utilizing Questus backstay mount.
Icom M 58 VHF radio.
IMMARSAT-C SYSTEM with Combo antenna.
Ritchie Helm Compass and Electronic Rate Sensing Compass.
Well insulated icebox divided into separate refrigerator and freezer compartments.
Refrigeration cooling supplied by two separate Sea Frost refrigeration units; 1 x engine driven and the other a shore assist AC system.
Force-10 3-burner propane stove/oven.
Propane supply is 2 x 10lb. Propane cylinders stored in a sealed and ventilated locker.
Propane supply is controlled using a Trident LPG gas solenoid control and fume detection unit.
Raritan PH III marine toilet (Rebuilt 2008).
Espar D5 cabin heater with 5 x outlets (2008).
Summary of Accommodation:
Classic Herreshoff finish trimmed in mahogany with high gloss varnish.
All doors are raised panel and the passage doors are arched.
Opening stainless steel portlights.
Opening stainless steel hatches (new 2008).
Opening hatches for forward lazzarette, forward cabin, forward head, main cabin areas, aft heads and after sleeping cabin (New 2008).
4 x Stainless steel dorade vents with stainless steel guards provide ventilation to forward cabin, forward head and main cabin areas.
Description of layout from forwards:
CARINTHIA’s forward cabin features a centreline double berth aft of a watertight bulkhead. Access to the anchor rode locker is through a deck hatch. The forward cabin is completed by extensive storage, both hanging locker and drawers, and a vanity with wash basin. Moving aft, the main salon has a dinette to port with a large fixed table and a sofa to starboard. Both the starboard sofa and the port seat of the dinette pull out to create large sea berths. There is excellent storage outboard and behind the seatbacks. To starboard is an Alphatronic 21” flat screen TV. The forward-facing navigation desk is aft of the main salon and to starboard. Opposite is the U-shaped galley, with twin stainless sinks, refrigerator and separate freezer, three burner Force 10 propane stove with oven, and ample storage. Aft of the galley is the aft stateroom with a double berth, hanging locker, dresser and custom stowage for charts and small gear. To starboard of the companionway is the head, complete with separate stall shower, hanging foul weather gear locker, sink and toilet.
Deck gear and rigging
Inner forestay tang and tack fittings.
Inner forestay storage hardware.
GMT Carbon Fibre Mast in a double spreader masthead rig sloop configuration. (Masthead height less electronics is at 61 ft allowing for use of the Inland Waterway.) Awlgripped “Snow White” (New paint 2008).
Antal 40 main sail track.
Storm trysail track.
Removable inner forestay.
Carbon fibre masthead truck with wind instrument, Windex, VHF antenna.
The standing rigging is fabricated by GMT utilizing Dyform wire and Norseman fittings.
Schaefer System 3000 Roller-Furling Headstay.
A spare wire shroud and 4 Norseman fittings are included.
Main halyard, Jib halyard, Spinnaker halyard, Staysail halyard, Flag halyard (masthead), Flag halyard (spreader), Reefing lines for 1st and 2nd reefs, Main Sheet, Jib sheets, Staysail sheets, Jib furling line, Genoa lead control Lines, Traveler control lines, Running backstays, Lazy jacks, and Vang control line (New Running Rigging 2008).
Harken adjustable genoa tracks.
Lewmar rope clutches.
An internal boom preventer is rigged inside the boom and led aft.
The main sail is rigged with continuous reefing.
2 x Lewmar 62CCST two speed primaries. (port and starboard on winch islands outboard of the cockpit coaming).
2 x Lewmar 44CCST two speed secondary winches (port and starboard on the cockpit Coaming).
Lewmar 44CCEST electric halyard winch (mounted on the cabin top port side at the cockpit).
Lewmar 44CCST manual winch (mounted starboard of the companionway).
Lewmar 44CCST two speed manual halyard winches (mounted on deck aft and outboard of the mast step).
North Sails 8-oz Soft Norlam Offshore Mainsail with 4 full-length battens and Antal luff hardware.
North Sails 8.5-oz Soft Norlam 130%, Genoa with white dacron UV cover at leach and foot and foam luff pad for reefing.
North Sails Premium Dacron 90% Yankee with UV cover and foam luff pad.
North Sails Storm Jib and Storm Trysail.
North Sails Full Radial Gennaker in Snuffer Plus.
Anchor/deck wash down system plumbed for use of either fresh or salt water.
Stainless steel custom bow rail with incorporated seat.
Stainless stern rail (customized to include two-rod holders and is fitted with outboard motor bracket and a Novalift crane).
A three-piece SS boarding ladder mounts at either port or starboard gate.
Companionway drop boards and hatch and screen doors.
Anchoring and mooring equipment
Stainless steel chocks and cleats for docking lines at bow, stern and amidships port and starboard.
A second mid-rail cleat was added port and starboard.
Double stainless steel anchor roller fitted with Lewmar Concept 2 dual direction windlass with foot switches on the foredeck and remote control at helm.
Additional chain pipe for secondary anchor chain/rode.
Primary anchor system consists of a 45lb CQR anchor with 150’ of 5/16” HT ISO galvanized chain and 100’ of 5/8” three-strand nylon rode spliced to chain.
The primary chain is lead through the chain gypsy of the anchor windlass and directly to the chain locker.
Secondary anchor system consists of a 44lb Bruce anchor with 50’ of 5/16” HT ISO 40 galvanized chain and 200’ of 5/8” three strand nylon rode spliced to chain.
Deck pipe is mounted forward of the windlass to access the secondary chain/rode.
Fortress FX23 with rode is provided.
Storm Anchor is Luke 70# mounted in chocks under cabin sole
The chain locker is divided athwartship to facilitate the storage of both primary and secondary chain/rode.
Windlass is a Lewmar Concept 2, Vertical Dual Direction, 12-volt DC electric windlass with up and down foot switches and cockpit remote.
Lines and fenders.
Covers and cushions
Custom hard dodger, glassed, faired, and integral to the deck. (includes two opening front windows, sliding hatch in the center, and a mounting spot for solar panels port and starboard).
Teak seats, cockpit sole, and area below dodger.
Stainless lifeline stanchions.
Double stainless steel wire lifelines port and starboard with opening gates amidships.
Custom stainless emergency tiller.
Secured cabin sole, floor grates, chart table, nav seat, galley & icebox lids, drop boards.
Wooden plugs attached to each through hull with a lanyard.
M.O.M. (Man overboard module).
Engine auto fire extinguisher system.
Abandon ship bag.
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.