About this Sailboat:
A ladder leads from the center cockpit to the spacious saloon. To starboard is a proper forward facing nav station. Just forward of the nav station is a graceful curved settee that opens into a double berth or just a great place to sit back, put your feet up and read or watch TV. Opposite, on the port side of the saloon is an L-shaped settee around a beautiful wood dining table.
Forward from the saloon is the guest suite. To port is an en suite head with shower. Opposite are plenty of ventilated lockers. The berths are 2 singles with the foot of the port berth over the foot of the starboard berth. The starboard berth pulls out to make a cozy double.
A penninsula to port separates the saloon from the galley which runs aft to the owner’s suite. In the penninsula is a liquor locker convenient to the galley, fridge, freezer, saloon and dinette. A pull out ironing board is cleverly concealed in the liquor locker.
To starboard from the saloon a passageway leads aft through the owner’s head to the owner’s stateroom. Just aft of the nav station in the passageway is a pilot berth currently used as a shelf for storage and a second refrigerator. Below the pilot berth is the generator in a sound and heat protected enclosure concealed by beautiful teak doors.
The owner’s stateroom features huge athwartship berth with a view through the classic stern portlights.
Equipment on Board:
Icom IC-M502 DSC VHF radio at nav station with Command Mic at helm
Icom IC-746 HF 6M 2M ham radio
Icom AT-100 automatic antenna tuner
Horizon VHF (not installed)
Furuno CRT radar at nav station
Autohelm ST7000 autopilot with hydraulic drive
Autohelm Seatalk depth, speed and GPS
Raymarine RC320 chartplotter
Navman T900 GPS
Autohelm handbearing fluxgate compass
Autopilot spares: hydraulic pump, course computer, rudder position transducer
TV with satellite dish
Kenwood stereo with CD player, saloon speakers, cockpit speakers
Sails & Rigging
Main mast standing rigging – NEW 2007!
Mizzen standing rigging – NEW 2005!
All sails and rigging stored at the Mediterranean
Deck & Hull
Teak deck in excellent condition – see recent photos in Photo Gallery!
2 45 gal (170 l.) poly water tanks – NEW!
55 gal. stainless steel water tank
2 115 gal. fiberglass diesel tanks
Center cockpit enclosed by hard dodger, windscreen, side clears and bimini
Passarelle – boarding ramp used for Med mooring
Compact spooled tape stern line
2 large storage lockers on aft deck with beautiful teak seats
3 CQR anchors
Avon 8 person liferaft
Engine & Mechanical
Perkins 4-236 85 hp diesel engine
Automatic fire extinguishing system in engine room
Westerbeke 4.4 kw generator -capable of running all shipboard electrical needs
Heart 2500 watt inverter/charger
Heart interface battery monitor/controller
Katadyne Powersurvivor 40E 12 volt watermaker – 1.5 gph at just 4 amps – enough to supply all water needs for a couple at just 20 amp/hrs per day!
Muir vertical windlass with up and down switches
Spares & Extras
This is a true world cruiser, properly equipped. Jade Woman has been there and has all the supplies, spares and equipment you would expect to find on a world cruiser. Here are a few things aboard Jade Woman that you’ll need to add to some other boat before you’re ready to go.
Rigging tension gauge
Full sets of tools
Bulbs, about 20 rolls of assorted wire, LED lights, fuses, fuse blocks, crimps & crimpers, electrical tools & supplies
Plumbing supplies & tools
Extensive range of paper charts
Comprehensive maintenance and passage logs
Extensive library of sailing books and cruising guides
Safety gear: ditch bag, MOB automatic water light, Lifesling, 2 horseshoe life rings, 6 inflatable life jackets w/integral harness, 7 tethers