Type de moteur/essence: Diesel
Type de transmission: Sail-drive
Nombre de cabines: 3
Sails jibs 1 light jib 3DL Mar-08 North Sails 2 light jib 3DL 2010 North Sails 3 light jib 3DL 2014 North Sails 4 Medium jib 3DL Mar-08 North Sails 5 Medium jib 3DL 2008 North Sails 6 Medium jib 3DL 2010 North Sails 7 Medium jib 3Di 2013 North Sails 8 heavy jib 3DL 2008 North Sails 9 heavy jib 3DL 2012 North Sails 10 #4 jib 3DL Mar-08 North Sails 11 #5 jib spectra North Sails 12 Jib-top 3DL 2013 North Sails 13 storm jib dacron Jul-11 North Sails
Spinnakers 14 1 heavy S4 North Sails RED 15 1 médium S2 North Sails 2012 RED 16 1 light S1,5 North Sails 2016 white 17 1 light A1,5 North Sails 2009 white 18 1 heavy A3 North Sails RED 19 1 Medium A2 North Sails 2013 RED 20 1 Medium A2 North Sails RED 21 1 Medium A2 North Sails 2008 RED 22 1 light A1 North Sails white 23 1 code 0 North Sails 2013 ZL cloth 24 1 spi staysail North Sails white
Mainsails 26 GV 1 reef 3di 2014 North Sails 27 GV inshore 3DL 2011 North Sails 28 GV 2 reefs 3DL Mar-08 North Sails 29 GV inshore 3DL Mar-08 North Sails 30 trysail dacron Apr-08 North Sails
Hardware; 2 x Primary winches, Harken 48.3A for jib sheets and guys (3-speed). 2 x Self-tailing halyard winches, Harken 44STQ Quattro (2-speed). 2 x Self-tailing mainsheet winches, Harken 44.2STA (2-speed). 3 x Harken lock-in winch handles, including 2 speed grip type. Custom Carbon sprit ("j-boat" style) new Harken carbo-foil February 2016 steering system: Twin carbon wheels, JP3 bearings
Engine; 30hp Volvo diesel engine with sail drive leg. Serviced in July 2015 Racing folding propeller.
Extras; 2 full sets of cushions including one as new safety wichard padeyes 6* winches covers 1* boom cover 2* wheel covers 6 lifelines cushions 2015 Spinlock jammers many hardware upgrades 1* pipecot Carefully prepared for Fastnet 2015, which we actually won in class 1, beating GP 42, KER40's and Archambault A13 1 WC 1 gas system
Electronics : Full Hydra 3000 B&G system, 4* 20/20 displays on mast, 2*FFD in cockpit, automatic pilot and dedicated FFD display near the wheels, remote control in cockpit ("MOB") GPS Furuno with plotter AIS system B&G FFD display at the chart table Carbon aerial B&G unit VHF Tricolor masthead light (30 grams) 3 navigations lignts AquaSignal (leds) Battery charger 2 batteries + 1 for the engine 1 CD-radio 2015 2 external Fusion speakers
Safety gear pyrotechnics (out of use) fog horn 2*horse shoe buoys "lifesling" or so spare navigation lights full first aids package 10*lifelines 10*life jackets/harnesses 2* safety lines 2 anchors (one light, one heavy) softwood plugs 2* fire extinguishers 2015 fire blanket 4 moorings lines 4 fenders emergency tiller (upgrade 2015) spare belt and water wheel for the engine emergency antenna flags, ball, triangle radar reflector hand pump 2 buckets
Rig: Composite V1/D1 chain plates, stainless steel fore stay fitting. Carbon fibre, twin carbon spreader, runner less rig. Carbon fibre boom with internal 12:1 out haul purchase system, 2 x mainsail reefing sheaves and jammers, internally led German main sheet system and carbon fibre vang lug. Composite rigging back stay. Nitronic rod, discontinuous, standing rigging. Forestay twin groove Tuff-Luff model 1706. Carbon spinnaker pole attaching to ball-bearing Harken track on mast with control system. Mast deck collar with custom moulded resin wedge, adjustable mast step. Electrically driven hydraulic back stay adjuster with push button control panels at each main sheet winch. Solid spring vang with integral purchase. 1 internal hydraulic system for mast jacking.
Rigging; Running rigging 1 jib halyard 1 frac spin halyard 1 topping lift 2 spi halyards 1 mainsail halyard 2 spi guys / tylaska 2 spi sheets / tylaska / diam 8 mm 2 jib sheets /diam 10 mm 2 spi barbers-haulers 1 vang system 1 cunningham system 1 pole down-haul 1 double jib cars system, 1 double inhauler system 2 spi tack lines 1 outhaul system 1 reef
Félix FRA 35439 Ker 39 Hull color: white, covered by grey sticker Disp; 6482kg IRC TCC; 1.120, 2015
The production Ker 39 Cruiser/Racer has been designed with the seriously discerning performance orientated sailor in mind. Fast, fully fitted out, safe and comfortable design, engineered to ABS requirements for Offshore Racing Yachts, the Ker 39 is a natural development of our Cruiser/Racer range which started with the highly successful FLYING GLOVE (Custom Ker 39) in 2003.
The hull shape used for the production Ker 39 is the product of extensive computational fluid dynamic (CFD) research during 2006, a significant number of candidates were analysed leading to some surprising and highly exciting conclusions. The final shape selected for the new Ker 39 has shown to be significantly faster than the already highly successful previous generations and also promises to have very favorable handling characteristics.
The appendage shape and sizing for the new Ker 39 are the product of considerable CFD and other research and in particular research has focused on ensuring forgiving performance and handling characteristics.
RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean”
Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction: • Female moulded hull and deck in wet-preg e-glass and epoxy on a closed-cell foam core. • Structures in accordance with ABS regulations. • AwlGrip painted exterior hull and decks. • Underwater paint is epoxy primer up to approximately 100mm above the waterline. • Teak cockpit sole and seats.
Keel & Rudder: • Galvanized steel keel floors grid to take keel/rig loads out to longitudinal structure. • Carbon fibre rudder stock and quadrant with emergency tiller attachment point. • Conventional T-shaped keel with iron fin and CGF optimized lead bulb.