AFRICAN JACANA is a much-loved Germán Frers designed Hallberg-Rassy 54, still in her original ownership. She has a superb offshore cruising inventory including generator and watermaker and is easily handled by two people by virtue of her push-button controls. AFRICAN JACANA has been based in Monaco and has cruised the East and West Mediterranean. The HR54 was built between 2006 & 2012 in 44 numbers, AFRICAN JACANA has hull no. 7. Call the office on +44 (0) 2380 454000 to make arrangements to view.
Transworld Yachts are the Hallberg-Rassy dealer for the UK and Ireland specialising in new and used boat sales. We also manage refit and repair projects and carry a range of spare parts and yacht accessories. You can visit us at Hamble Point Marina which is situated at the mouth of the Hamble River, you can phone us on +44 (0) 2380 454000 or visit our website at: http://www.transworldyachts.co.uk/boats-for-sale/
AFRICAN JACANA is fitted out in teak finished in a satin varnish to Hallberg-Rassy's traditionally high standard. She has blue Alcantara in the saloon with a durable blue deluxe upholstery in the cabins. She also benefits from the natural ventilation built into the design. Climma reverse cycle airconditioning units in main saloon, forward cabin and aft cabin.
Large folding leaf table to starboard in the saloon to an L shaped settee with stowage outboard and below. Two comfortable arm chairs to port with two folding chairs. Stowage above and below with a central stowage unit between the chairs that also houses a stereo and a pop up television. Large opening ports in the coach roof, fixed ventilation through dorade vents and opening deck hatches. Headroom 1.92m/6’3½”.
Forward facing, to starboard at the bottom of the companionway, the chart table is readily accessed from the cockpit and includes chart stowage within and an instrument shelf for large multi purpose screen and flush mounted monitors. Outboard is a custom made DC distribution panel with fuses for 12 and 24volt circuits and monitors for batteries and tanks.
The galley is at the bottom of the companionway to port and extends into the walk through to the aft cabin with work tops on either side making a safe galley on passage with plenty of working space. The galley has a top opening freezer, top opening fridge, front opening day fridge and microwave. There is a gimballed all electric hob, oven and grill in stainless steel from Force 10, plenty of 230v outlets and stowage above and below.
The aft cabin has a generously proportioned double berth on the centreline with access from both sides, a dressing table to port, ample hanging locker space and many smaller lockers and drawers. Fixed ventilation through dorade vents three opening ports and a large opening deck hatch. The heads compartment is en-suite and includes a separate shower stall, wash basin, lockers above and below and opening port light.
AFRICAN JACANA has a large double cabin forward with en-suite heads/shower compartment, with washing machine, giving guests a generous cabin with equal status to the aft cabin. This is a spacious cabin with plenty of stowage and adjoining the foc’sle with a traditional "V" berth with infill to create a double berth if required.
Walk in engine room with composite sound insulation behind perforated aluminium panels throughout. Volvo Penta D3-110 110HP fresh water cooled 4 cylinder marine diesel engine with hydraulic gearbox and Aquadrive anti-vibration coupling. Stainless steel propeller shaft with three blade self pitching Bruntons Autoprop, rope cutter and shaft brake. Fixed three blade propeller as spare.
Sleipner SidePower 10 HP bowthruster with footswitches at steering position
House battery bank 435amp/hr @ 24v
Service battery bank 160amp/hr @12v
Engine start Battery bank 160amp/hr @12v
Autopilot 2 x 45amp/hr buffer battery bank charged through diodes from main bank to protect against voltage drop on autopilot
Uprated 100amp 24v engine driven alternator
12v engine driven alternator 60amp
230 volt 50hz Shore power connection with Galvanic isolator
Mastervolt Whisper 8 Ultra, 230 volt, 50hz, low revving, 8KW generator in sound shield Generator engine hours 149 at September 2016
Mastervolt Combi charger/inverter 2KVA
Mastervolt 50amp 24v charger
Victron 15amp 12v charger
Freshwater in two Stainless steel tanks with dedicated water pumps 900 litre capacity plus 60 litre calorifier
Manual water pump at galley with Carbon filter
Hot and cold pressurised water throughout, heated by 230v immersion heater and calorifier
SEL 24v Watermaker ESW 602 60ltrs/hr installed 2011
Electric diaphragm bilge pump auto/manual switch
Emergency submersible 250ltrs/min bilge pump
Large double action, manual diaphragm bilge pump
White painted spars by Seldén with full push button control, hydraulic powered, furling sail plan
Deck stepped, three spreader mast with stainless steel, discontinuous standing rigging
Inline cap shrouds with fore and aft lowers
Hydraulic furling headstay and hydraulic furling inner forestay tensioned to backstay by jumper struts and running backstays
Hydraulic outhaul in boom and hydraulic boom vang and back stay to remote in control in cockpit
White painted carbon fibre spinnaker pole mounted on mast
Elvstrøm Offshore Gitter Spectra Mainsail 2007
Quantum 72sqm Mainsail in 9.8oz Dyneema laminate 2008
Quantum 87sqm Furling Genoa in 9.8oz Dyneema laminate 2008
Quantum 37sqm Staysail in 10.4oz Dyneema laminate 2008
Carefully maintained teak deck to foredeck, coachroof, side decks and cockpit
This deck is fastened using the proven glued and vacuum bagged system without the traditional screws and plugs
The deck is surrounded by a low bulwark capped with a stout solid teak caprail and solid teak hand rails run the length of the coach roof
Centre cockpit with fixed, aluminium framed, glass windscreen beneath a fold down sprayhood, extensive bimini with side screen giving sun protection from the front of the windscreen to aft of the helmsman
Simpson Davits stainless steel electric davits
Stainless steel pulpit, pushpits, stanchions and double guardwires
Entry gates in the guard wires port, starboard and at the transom
Stainless steel utility mast for radar and antennae and outboard motor davit, conveniently hinged for access and storage
Hydraulic opening transom to produce large swim deck/dinghy dock
Passerelle with sockets at upper and lower levels
All sail area is controllable by a wired remote that can be used standing on the side deck with full view of the sails when the bimini is up
2 x Lewmar 60CEST powered winches for the Genoa sheets
2 x Lewmar 40CEST for the mainsheet mounted in the cockpit
Lewmar electric windlass with chain counter and remote control
2 x Delta anchors, one mounted on the stemhead with 80mtrs of 10mm Stainless Steel chain, second anchor with chain/rope anchor line
Fortress anchor in aft locker
Pedestal mounted steering compass at the helm
Raymarine ST60 speed, depth and wind instruments
Furuno Navpilot 711C Auto pilot fitted 2015 with 4.1" TFT display
Navpilot 720 remote and integrated heading sensor PG 700
Lewmar 24v Mamba drive motor on Cardan link rod steering
Furuno "Black Box" system
NavNet Vx2 with Open Radar Scanner, C Map and AIS connection
10.2" Furuno display in the cockpit and and PC monitor at the chart table displaying Radar and AIS
Transas PC based Chart plotting system on Getag daylight viewing PC (PC needs attention)
Icom M504 DSC VHF and handheld VHF
Active radar reflector SeaMe at the mast head
Transas AIS with integral GPS Data available on all displays
AB Inflatables aluminium RIB setup to be carried in the electric davits
20hp Suzuki Four Stroke outboard engine with electric start and cover
The boat is CE certified by Germanischer Lloyd and delivered with a CE certificate and a CE plaque for category A - Unlimited Ocean Voyages
AFRICAN JACANA was supplied through Transworld Yachts to her current owners, she has cruised east and west Mediterranean based out of Monaco and the Ionian, either or both berths could be made available to her next owner. AFRICAN JACANA has been conscientiously maintained by knowledgeable owners with a good engineering background. She has been refitted and updated as required including extensive updating of her electrical systems.
Transworld Yachts 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.
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