The Briand design makes for a quick and exciting sailing boat as witnessed by her racing performance, with CNB converting that design into a strong hull and rig. Lilla has been inspected annually. She is VAT paid.
2011 Marion Bermuda Line honours, 1st in Class 1st overall and Race record!
2012 Newport Bermuda Race 1st in Cruising Division overall
2013 Caribbean 600 1st in Class 1, 2 and 3 IRC.
Yanmar 200hp diesel engine (1999), with a Hurth reduction gearbox.
Propeller: MaxProp feathering 3 blade
Speed under engine: max 9 k; cruising 8.5 k
Approx engine hours: 5700 at Feb 2014
Main engine is installed under saloon floor – easy access by lifting boards.
Fuel system re-piped in stainless steel for Commercial Certification 2010.
Fuel Polisher Transfer System installed 2010.
Fuel capacity 2,600 litres (572 gallons) in two aluminium tanks
Kohler generator 16 KVA. Overhaul and rewind in 2013.
From forward: aft of the chain lockers is a “crew cabin” with a berth to port – actually this area is excellent for storage and is accessed only from the deck. A water tight bulkhead was installed aft.
Aft of this are 2 mirror-image double cabins, each with their own en-suite heads compartments with integrated showers. There is a dividing bulkhead between them which can be removed to make a huge cabin forward of the mast.
Aft of the mast is the raised main saloon. There is a large seating area with dining table to port and more seating to starboard. Aft to starboard is the bar unit with fridge and icemaker.
Aft to port is a further double cabin with ensuite heads.
To starboard is a well-equipped linear galley, leading to the machine room.
Aft of this is the crew area, with a further heads compartment, and leading to a large navigatorium with single berth. Opposite this is a double skipper’s cabin and ensuite heads.
On deck the aft sailing cockpit is accessed from the nav station. There is a separate large guest cockpit with table and large sunbathing space. The main companionway from this cockpit enters the main saloon.
The galley is being refitted/rebuilt March 2014 – worktops and cupboards, alteration to fridge.
There is good stowage and work space.
Force 10 gas cooker with 4-burners and oven – and with extractor hood above.
Combi microwave oven.
2 x front opening refrigerators 24v - at galley.
1 x top opening deep freezer 24v - at galley.
Corian tops in galley (being refinished 2014)
Icemaker 220v at saloon.
Bar fridge 220v at saloon.
Cockpit speakers, CD/radio in every cabin, flat screen Sony DVD player/computer in main saloon.
Electrical water pressure system – new pump and accumulator 2012.
Water heating: via engine and calorifier 220v.
Bilge pump system overhauled 2011.
5 x Tecma electric toilets (2003).
Forward toilets black tanks 2010.
Showers x 5
Fresh water capacity: 3,000 litres (600 gallons) in four aluminium tanks.
3 grey water tanks forward amidships and aft.
2 black water tanks forward and deck pump out system installed in 2011.
1000 Ah Lead acid batteries (2008) in 24v service bank.
12v generator battery (2010).
2 x 12v main engine batteries (2013).
2 x 12v Radio Batteries (2012).
24v Service Battery Alternator, 90Amp (2011).
Victron Inverter 3kVA 24v 3000VA 70 amp (2011).
Mastervolt battery charger, 24v / 100-3 (100 A), (2011).
Mastervolt battery charger,12v /50A -3 (engine and genset Batteries), (2008).
Tecpro charger 50A
The Nav system has been designed for redundancy with Navigation possible by either of the two independent PCs, via a plug in laptop or via the 24v Furuno Chart plotter. Similarly LILLA is fitted with two independent autohelms for redundancy on passage.
Ritchie Pedestal Compass.
Raymarine ST60 speed/wind/angle/depth readouts at companionway, plus an MFD at crew cabin aft and 2 x MFD at helm
Two Independent Autohelm units:
Raymarine Autohelm Hydraulic (2010) – control at helm
Raymarine Autohelm Electric Direct Drive (2011)
Furuno FP250 Satellite Compass (2010).
Furuno Navnet Colour Radar and Chart Plotter Display (2009).
Furuno 36nM Enclosed Radar (2009).
Nav PC (Radar Integration and AIS) (2008).
Comms PC (and Nav PC Back Up) (2008).
McMurdo Nav 7 Navtex (2008).
Transas 4000 Nav Software Upgrade (2013).
Transas McMurdo A Class AIS (Transmit and Receive) (2009).
Pactor Modem (2008).
ICOM SSB M801e (2010).
ICOM VHF M601 (2008).
Mast aerial rewired 2010 and an aft pole antenna.
2 x Icom handheld VHF’s.
LILLA is a cutter headed sloop, her mast has 2 sets of spreaders.
She is easily handled by virtue of her furling headsails and powered winches.
Spars are from CNB and are aluminium – Awlgrip painted in white.
White Awlgripped spinnaker pole, deck mounted.
Stainless steel wire standing rigging with bottle screw protectors.
Running backstays in Kevlar (2004) with Fredricksen and Lewmar blocks.
Reckmann manual furling drums on genoa and staysail.
The yacht was re-rigged in Lymington end of 2008.
Full rig out June 2010 and she has had rig inspections every year as part of her SVG commercial ticket (and racing).
D1 and babystay replaced in 2012
Boom repainted 2010
Independent mast trysail track installed 2008.
Lewmar halyard blocks.
Navtec hydraulic vang and backstay, rebuilt 2010. Central control panel at cockpit.
Fully battened mainsail with Harken ball bearing battcars, lazy jacks.
Mainsail cover with lazy jacks.
Antal S/S genoa and staysail tracks.
Lewmar racing blocks
Harken genoa and staysail jammers and quick blocks
Lewmar mainsheet trans and blocks. SAILS
All sails from Quantum Loft South Africa (now Ulman Sails).
Includes a set of Dacron Delivery Sails and a full set of High Performance Cruising/Racing sails
Fully battened Dacron mainsail (2011)
No 3 Working Genoa Dacron (2011)
Dacron Staysail (2010)
Cruising Asymmetric (2002) - updated sock (2013)
Fully battened Vectran mainsail (2013) (Two Races)
No 2 Genoa Vectran (2010) (Six Races)
No 3 Genoa Vectran (2013) (Two Races)
Code 0 Asymmetric (2011) (Three Races)
Full shouldered Asymmetric (2013) (One Race)
Storm Jib (2008) (Flown only for Race Check)
Trisail (2008) (Flown only for Race Check)
AB 12 feet RIB with Console (2009), and Evinrude 40hp outboard (2012) – dinghy stows on foredeck and has a canvas cover.
Deck fittings and equipment
Dinghy chocks on foredeck.
Pulpit, pushpit, guardrails. Boarding gates. Pushpit seats.
Lewmar low profile hatches (2004).
S/S mooring cleats and 2 x spring cleats.
Twin bow rollers.
Radar and antenna poles.
Teak bench seat/grating over liferaft stowage forward of mast.
Cockpit table, revarnished Feb 2014
Fresh water shower on bathing platform
BBQ, stainless steel mounted at aft deck.
Windlass: Lofrans electric anchor windlass (New 2011) mounted on deck.
2 x Ocean Safety 8Man ISAF life rafts & Hydrostatic Release (2008)
SAR Finder 121MHz personal MOB and Search & Rescue Device (2008)
2 x Ocean Safety Smoke & Light MOB markers (2008)
Jonbuoy MOB recovery
2 x horseshoe buoy
Smoke alarm throughout boat and Heat Alarm engine bay
Independent Co2 and FM200 Engine Bay flooding systems
Fire Extinguishers all Cabins, 9L Captain’s Cabin
24V Fire Pump (2011)
Pilot gas alarm
Sprayhood (new clear panels 2013). Aft Dodger (2013).
Hatch covers; awnings; cockpit table cover;
Full guest cockpit bimini with s/s frame, side and forward attachments.
Helm bimini (frame and cover 2009).
Cockpit and deck cushions.