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Beneteau
Presented by:
2008
79' SEAWAY
"Paula Rosa"
Location:
Spain
Price:
2,450,000.00 EUR
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Northrop and Johnson
(954) 522-3344
PAULA ROSA is a lightweight mini super yacht capable of cruising effortlessly at over 17 knots. Her accommodation is beautifully designed, providing an impressive owner’s stateroom forward and two more guest cabins aft providing either single or double berths; accommodation for a crew of two or three completes the sleeping accommodation

Her interior is light and airy with a fantastic saloon at deck level giving marvelous all round views when at anchor, alongside or whilst sailing.

Extensive refit 2011/12. Further works and service Jan / Feb 2014.

She has reached speeds of up to 23 knots and been sailed professionally and with a high pedigree of seamanship at all times.

Professional & seasoned full time crew are employed at all times, ensuring perfect maintenance and upkeep.





Hull and Constructio

Construction:

RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean” (or Cat B – whichever is appropriate)

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:


  • Carbon composite foam sandwich.

  • Fully laid teak decks on ring deck, in the cockpit & on the transom.       


Keel & Rudder:


  • Twin JP3 rudders full carbon.

  • Hydraulic lifting keel powered by Max Power; operating 3 x rams. The first for the locking pin, the second for the vertical ram (up and down) and the third a hydraulic bracing ram, when the keel is fully deployed.


Specifications, with Equipment and Information:
Dimensions/Weights
- Length: 79' 0"
- Max Height: 0
- LOA: 78.6666' 0"
- LWL: 71.6666' 0"
- BEAM: 17.5' 0"
- DRAFT: 13.1666' 0"
 
Engines
- Engine(s): 4LHA
 
Tankage/Capacity
- Fuel: 1600.09 Gal
- Water: 1199.87 Gal
- Holding: 199.978 Gal
 
Construction
- Hull Construction: Composite
 
Manufacturer/Model/Designer
- Manufacturer: SEAWAY
- Model: Shipman 80
- Designer: J&J Design
 
 
Additional



Engine and Mechanica

Yanmar 4LHA 240hp diesel engine. Approx 2880 hours at Aug 2013

ZF 220 gearbox.
Cruising Speed: 9 knots.
Economical Cruising Speed: 7 knots.
Maximum Speed: 10 knots.
Fuel Consumption: 10 litres/hr.
Range: 1,400nm.

50mm Stainless steel Varifold 4-bladed Brunton propeller
Spare Gori propeller.

2 x Carbon wheels, direct chain and cable (Dyneema).

Max Power 30hp (Hydraulic, Retractable) bow thruster.

Northern Lights 16kW generator, approx 2,097 hrs as of July 2013





Accommodations
Description of layout:

There is a large sail locker; which is separated from the crew accommodation by a watertight door.
The crew’s quarters have the potential of 3 berths; a double upper bunk and single lower bunk. There is an iPod docking station, B&G GFD repeater and ample storage. The cabin is air-conditioned.

Crew’s Quarters
Aft of the crew’s quarters is the crew heads with scrubbed teak floor, WC, basin and shower.  Access may be gained to the owners’ stateroom from this heads compartment via a watertight door.

The owner’s stateroom is spacious, airy, light and perfected for extended time onboard.

From the watertight bulkhead door you walk into a lobby area that is forward and port from the main cabin space. This “lobby” has wash-basin on port side, to starboard is a seat unit and doors to a heads compartment with WC and to a separate shower compartment.

From this area you walk into the main stateroom, with a large sofa to port, (which can convert into a sea berth with lee cloth) and which houses excellent stowage areas. The owner’s double berth is offset to starboard and also has lee cloths.

A particular feature of the owner’s stateroom is the enormous amount of storage available, under the berth, sofa and in a selection of cupboards and hanging lockers aft; which are Cedar lined. There is even a wine store beneath the owners’ berth.

The cabin is fully air-conditioned with the AC venting from the deck head. There are 2 x deck hatches with an Oceanair blackout/fly screen combination, and halogen reading lights. There is a desk area at the aft starboard area of the cabin with flat screen television, PC, iPod dock and FM radio. The sat phone is also located here.

Owner’s Stateroom

From the owner’s stateroom, steps lead up and aft to the Main Saloon.

The main saloon is a genuine “deck saloon” with 360 degree vision from all points. Again there is a vast amount of storage under the seating area, behind settees, in lockers and down in the bilge.

To port there are 2 x comfortable armchairs on a raised plinth with a stowage unit table between them (this also houses a retractable 26” flat screen television). Forward of the seats a unit is used for book stowage.

To starboard there is generous seating around the dining table for 8 to 10 in a U shape settee, 3 x Sycamore stools can be added  at the centre line for additional capacity if needed (they are easily  removed and stowed  if not in use). The table drops hydraulically to make a large day berth if needed, and the table can be halved in size for use when smaller parties are onboard.

The keel box is central and forward and can be viewed via a glass aperture.

The deck head has 3 x large skylights making the saloon extremely light – these can be blacked out with Oceanair screens. There are further opening hatches offering more light and also ventilation – also fitted with OceanAir screens.

The saloon has floor level and upper level lighting.

Saloon

Aft to starboard is the navigation station. This has superb vision for watch keeping at sea, and is of ample size for passage planning. It has chart storage, 1 x GFD graphical function display, autopilot repeater, Simrad screen, wind direction, VHF, Satcom, Navtex and 2 x Icom waterproof VHFs.
 
Navigation Station
Aft of the navigation station is the Starboard Guest Cabin.
Both guest cabins have the option of being set up as twin berthed or double cabins. The inboard bunk folds ingeniously to make a double berth. The drawer unclips and moves outboard. This transformation can be accomplished in about half an hour, giving tremendous flexibility for guests.

Both guest cabins also have iPod docking stations, Bose Roommates,  blackouts for ports, a hanging locker, 2 x reading lights, lee clothes, and are both fully air-conditioned.

Starboard Guest Cabin

Both the port and starboard guest cabins have en-suite heads compartments, with heads, basin and shower. They are finished in teak and birch.
In the corridor inboard from the navigation station, is access to the Engine Room. This is a large area where all the main services for the yacht area are successfully accommodated. A very clever design allows for really good access to all of the equipment for service and maintenance.

Forward is the hydraulic keel control and generator in an acoustic hold. The hydraulic batteries are to starboard and air-conditioning to port, in front of the compressor unit for the air-conditioning and the water-maker. The main engine is aft of this equipment.

Engine Room

Aft of the saloon to port, and down two steps is the Galley, in a U-shape, with Corian work surfaces and twin sinks, as well as a front load fridge with further fridge/freezer beneath the floor. A gimbaled 4-burner cooker and microwave are all fitted centrally with extractor and natural ventilation via a port light. As with the rest of PAULA ROSA’s interior, the galley is very light and airy. The galley is compact but there is good storage for galley equipment.

The port guest cabin is aft of the galley and is a mirror image of the starboard cabin, with its own en-suite heads.

Port Guest Cabin

A pneumatic glass door separates the main saloon and cockpit, which when open makes a large dining, sailing and relaxing space.





Rigging and Sails
Rig:
Hall Spars high modulus carbon spars.
Running Rigging: Spectra/Dyneema – Gottifredi  Mafioldi DSK 75 (Dyneema) Race/Ultra.
Headsail Furling Gear: Reckmann, underdeck RF-90-3 hydraulic furling with Carbon profiles S4.

The PBO and rig services are up to date and have been completed at required intervals by Future Fibers and Hall Spars; the PBO does not need service until 13/10/2015. The rig was out (December 2013 – January 2014) for the Keel service, and once again all rig components were dismantled checked and serviced. 

The lifting keel  had its bi-annual service starting November 2013, so the yacht was ashore in Palma de Mallorca until February 2014. The mast was also out and rudders unshipped for service during this period. Sails: North
3DL 680 XSY Main (2012),
3DL Jib (2012),
Furling Staysail (2012) with FX 12000 Facnor furler with Future Fibres integral luff.
Kevlar Code 1 (2011) with FX 7000 Facnor furler with Future Fibres integral luff.
Asymmetric A2 Nylon (2010) with sock.
Dacron Storm jib (2008)





Accessories
Williams Jet 385 (3.85m) 5 person plus driver tender; maximum speed 40 knots.
The tender is very easily stowed - lifted with halyard to stow alongside out of water near bow when in harbor or at anchor; and for sailing it is stowed in the transom - winched in via onboard framework. This is a one person job.

Maxwell 4000 hydraulic windlass with stainless steel and carbon anchor deployment arm which fits in anchor aperture when not in use.

Canvas:
Boom tent (Grey, 2012).
Dodger that covers saloon entrance, stores flush and opens in central section (Grey, 2012).
Central bimini over guest seating and cockpit table (Grey, 2012).
Stern (separate) bimini over steering area (beige).
Covers for both helms, cockpit table and winches (Grey 2012).

Safety Equipment:
Self-inflating life jackets with harness safety lanyards.
2 x 6 man Avon life rafts.
etc.

There is a full specification available with further detailed descriptions of all areas.




Owner's Comments

Owners Comments:

An extensive refit was undertaken during the winter of 2011-2012 in Palma de Mallorca. This included:-

A repaint of the mast in Awlgrip clear coat; painting spreaders Awlgrip Black; a full topside paint job of Awlgrip in Medium Grey with Black cove and boot top; Installation of new generator Northern Lights 16KW; an new updated navigation system being Simrad NSO and Broadband Radar.  Then a start to 2012 with new main sail, jib and staysail 3DL North sails.

The PBO and rig services are up to date and have been completed at required intervals by Future Fibers and Hall Spars; the PBO does not need service until 13/10/2015. The rig was out (December 2013 – January 2014) for the Keel service, and once again all rig components were dismantled checked and serviced. 

The lifting keel  had its bi-annual service starting November 2013, so the yacht was ashore in Palma de Mallorca, until February 2014. The mast was also out and rudders unshipped for service during this period.

PAULA ROSA has been a very solid, reliable & high performing sailing yacht for 3 Mediterranean seasons and 2 Caribbean seasons during this ownership, with only private family use - not charter.  She has reached speeds of up to 23 knots and been sailed professionally and with a high pedigree of seamanship at all times. She has had a professional & seasoned full time crew employed at all times.

PAULA ROSA is to be sold as a fully functional ready to sail yacht – as can be seen above.


 
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