H48-04 NEW | Hylas 48 2022 Delivery

Fort Lauderdale, FL
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Josh McLean

Josh grew up sailing the shores of the Great Lakes. His experience includes cruising and racing, ownership of mid-size C&C Yachts, and chartering monohulls and catamarans in the Caribbean. After earning his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering he became a Captain in the United States Air Force, serving eight years as a special operations navigator with eight combat deployments.

During his later years in the Air Force, he began his maritime career on a part-time basis. This included operating a successful internet based marine supply business. During his early years in yacht brokerage, he built an impressive and diverse group of listings of power and sailing yachts and cultivated a loyal client base.

After completing his time in the Air Force Josh moved to Florida to pursue his true passion; a full-time career in yacht sales. He is currently a licensed and bonded Florida yacht broker at David Walters Yachts. Josh blends his professionalism, sailing experience, and focus on his client's needs to help both buyers and sellers navigate the waters of the boating market. His clients value his dedication and commitment to providing quality brokerage services with results.

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Basic Info

Yacht Name: H48-04 NEW
Builder: Hylas
Model: H48
Year: 2022 Delivery
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Asking Price: Call for Pricing
Designer: Bill Dixon
Hull Material: Fiberglass
 

New in its class, the Bill Dixon designed Hylas 48 was precisely engineered for strength and reliability to satisfy even the most demanding buyer. This stately yacht is powerful but graceful which includes sleek raised salon windows for easy viewing, the choice of two or three cabins and a large center cockpit vessel that will impress any guest. The Hylas 48 offers premium quality and handcrafted details that make this luxury yacht stand in a class of its own.

 Special Features

  • Expansive cockpit for relaxation as the helmsperson enjoys the balanced wheel
  • Uncluttered deck space
  • Easy to manage and versatile sail plan
  • Large salon with iconic styling and sleek raised windows for easy viewing
  • Comfortable seating with custom interiors
  • Plenty of storage providing versatility and function
  • Interior is bright and well-appointed with evident Hylas trademark craftsmanship
  • Choose from two or three comfortable cabins built to suit the owner’s personal taste

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Dimensions

Length: 48
Beam: 14' 6
Draft: Standard 6' 6 / Shoal 5' 10
Water Tank Capacity: 119 gallons
Fuel Tank Capacity: 290 gallons
Holding Tank Capacity: 113 gallons
Engine Manufacturer: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4Jh4-TCE
Power: 75 hp
Number of Engines: 1
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 0

Hull

Hull Construction

The hull of the Hylas H48 is constructed of solid hand-laid e-glass fiberglass laminate with vinyl-ester resin for superior strength, stiffness, and protection against osmosis. The Hylas H48 has a watertight bow and stern section with structurally reinforced bulkheads for safety at sea and added protection in a collision. Limber holes are installed throughout the hull to promote proper drainage to the bilge sump. All thru-hulls, sea-cocks, and valves below the waterline are high-quality solid bronze Groco fittings integrated with the yachts bonding system. Four Manship hull portlights, two in the salon and two in the master stateroom, with stainless steel frames provide bright natural lighting and seascape views throughout the interior.

The base model is a white hull with isophthalic gelcoat and vinyl-ester resin for added protection against osmosis. Other hull colors are available with either Alexseal or Awlcraft 2000 by Awlgrip as an additional option. Painted integral cove stripe and boot stripe available in Flag Blue, Whisper Gray, or Snow White. Other color options are available as an additional option.

The hull is protected below the waterline by five coats of Epoxy barrier coating finished with a two-part Epoxy Tie-Coat, ensuring enhanced protection against osmosis and a superior bond between the anticorrosive and antifouling layers. Three coats of Micron Extra 2 bottom paint protect the hull and comes available in Black, Dover White, Blue, Red, Navy, or Dark Gray.

Hylas stands behind the quality of their yachts with a five-year hull and deck warranty against structural issues and osmotic blistering.

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Keel

  • The Hylas H48 comes with a 6' 6" keel. A shoal draft keel is available as an option.
  • The external solid cast lead keel has 3% antimony.
  • Fourteen M24 and two M12 316L stainless steel keel bolts
  • Transverse mounted 10 mm backing plates
  • Substantial hand-laid keel stub
     

Transom

  • The Hylas H48 has a broad integral sugar scoop transom with three steps.
  • Centerline on the top step of the transom is an access cap to the rudder stock, enabling operation of the emergency tiller from the aft deck.
  • Stainless steel protection along the transom to protect the gelcoat and hull, especially important when launching and retrieving the dinghy.
  • Transom steps finished with bonded 1/2" teak decking available with black caulking. Gray caulking is also available.
  • Stainless steel boarding handrails located along the hull leading up the transom steps
  • Stainless steel folding swim ladder
  • Transom hot and cold freshwater shower with handheld sprayer installed within a cubie locker with lid

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Rudder & Steering

  • Semi-skegged rudder for optimal strength and performance. The bottom of the rudder is located above the lowest plane of the keel and includes a stainless steel foot for added protection in a hard grounding and safety at sea.
  • The partial skeg is laminated and integral to the hull and reinforced with an internal steel gusseted T-bracket bonded and mechanically fastened to the aft bulkhead and hull stiffener.
  • The heel of the skeg has an aluminum-bronze alloy heel fitting.
  • The rudder construction utilizes hand laid laminates with vinyl-ester resin reinforced with a stainless steel stiffener and web structure welded directly to the robust 60 mm stainless steel rudder stock.
  • Jefa torque-tube and transmission gearbox steering system
  • Raymarine Evolution Sail autopilot with EV1 Sensor Core, ACU actuator control unit, and Jefa autopilot drive unit
  • Jefa transmission autopilot drive unit

 

 

Deck

Deck Construction

The deck of the Hylas H48 consists of hand-laid multiaxial E-glass fiberglass laminates with an end-grain balsa core and vinyl-ester resins. In areas of high-stress loads, such as at the mast base, winches, deck hardware, or anywhere fittings penetrate the deck, the deck is solid laminate. The deck is finished with white isophthalic gelcoat. The hull to deck joint constructed with a substantial inboard recessed flange reinforced with solid multiaxial fiberglass laminate chemically bonded with 5200 structural adhesive and then mechanically fastened with stainless steel thru-bolts.

The base model has a molded fiberglass non-skid deck available in Gray, Linen Beige, or White. Two pairs of stainless steel cowlings, one pair forward, one pair aft, with self-draining dorade boxes and offshore screw-in plugs provide natural ventilation through the yacht, enabling them to seal for offshore passage making. On the bow, is the Hylas Signature 316L grade polished stainless steel stemhead fitting with integrated bowsprit, two self-launching anchor receivers and bow rollers, as well as substantial bow protection, and striker plates. Eight 12" 316L stainless steel deck cleats with substantial backing plates and solid laminate in the deck. Two pairs of bow cleats, one pair mid-ship spring cleats, and one pair stern cleats. Stainless steel fairleads are integrated into the toe rail at each cleat location with stainless steel chafe guards outboard of fairleads for added protection.

The 30" high 1-1/4" diameter 316L stainless steel stern rail, pushpit, and stanchions with double 1/4" stainless steel lifelines, transom gate, and boarding gates to port and starboard offer a sense of security and safety on deck. The removable side-boarding, fold-down stainless steel ladder with teak steps mounts to sockets located at both the port and starboard midship boarding gates. The ladder secures in place, enabling it to remain installed while sailing. For additional safety, a life ring mounting bracket is integrated into the stern rail and there are safety harness hardpoints located at the base of the mast as well as in the cockpit.  On the foredeck coach roof and aft coach roof, full-length handrails make transiting the deck safe.

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Center Cockpit

  • The Hylas H48 has a Center Cockpit with lines and sail controls within easy proximity to the helm for short-handed sailing.
  • At the helm is a Jefa pedestal with integrated console for instrumentation, 5" backlit Ritchie compasses, single lever Morse throttle, and push-button controls for the electric furling mainsail.
  • Jefa stainless steel 5-spoke wheel with brake
  • Cockpit cubbies with fiddles for winch handles
  • Bonded 1/2" solid teak cockpit sole and seating surface available with black caulking. Gray caulking is available.
  • Bonded 1/2" solid teak cockpit entry steps with black caulking. Gray caulking is available.
  • Varnished solid teak cockpit table with two folding leaves, cup holders, and folding stainless steel frame
  • Two-piece smoked Lexan companionway washboard
  • Stainless steel companionway handrails
  • Two oversized self-bailing cockpit scuppers for efficient seawater evacuation from the cockpit
  • Stainless steel folding pad eyes for tethers located at the companionway and helm.
  • Two winch handles

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Hatches & Deck Lockers

  • Forepeak locker with watertight Bailey latches and direct overboard drain located forward of the collision bulkhead with a segmented chain and rode compartment for the primary and secondary ground tackle as well as storage for sails, fenders, and dock lines. The forepeak locker has an LED light mounted to the bulkhead.
    Large port and starboard lazarettes each with dual, watertight Bailey latches, direct overboard drains, and teak grate floors. Each lazarette has an LED light mounted to the bulkhead.
  • Stern locker integrated into the transom steps with a dedicated automatic Jabsco Par-Max 4 bilge pump with manual override at the cockpit control panel. LED light installed within the stern locker.
  • LPG vented propane deck locker with two propane tanks, regulator, and dedicated plumbing for a deck BBQ grill, and self-bailing drain.
  • Manship LDH stainless steel deck hatches with acrylic lenses and portlights with mosquito screens.
     

Winches

  • Two Electric Antal 62 XT chromed 2-speed self-tailing primary winches
  • Antal 52 XT chromed 2-speed self-tailing mainsheet winch. An electric mainsheet winch is available as an option.
  • Antal 52 XT chromed 2-speed self-tailing cockpit winch. An electric cockpit winch is available as an option.
  • Two Antal 48 XT chromed 2-speed self-tailing mast winch
  • Push-button electric winch controls on the cockpit coaming at each winch location
  • Electric winch emergency override switch located at the helm immediately removes power from all of the electric winches in case of a malfunction or emergency
     

Ground Tackle & Mooring

  • Maxwell RC12 24 volt vertical windlass with foot controls at the bow and push-button controls at the helm
  • Delta 44 lb primary anchor with 300' of 3/8" high-tensile G4 galvanized steel chain
  • Stainless steel bowsprit with two self-launching anchor receivers and rollers integrated into the stemhead fitting
  • The foredeck locker incorporates a divided anchor locker for both the primary and secondary ground tackle and access to the windlass motor for easy servicing
  • New England Ropes premium dock lines including two 25' x 3/4" bow lines, two 35' x 3/4" stern lines, and two 50' x 3/4" spring lines
  • Four 10" x 24" Taylor fenders with 1/2" fender lines

 

 

Interior Arrangement

General Arrangement

Three cabin two head interior featuring an aft master stateroom with centerline queen and a private head with separate stall shower and second passageway, forward VIP cabin with centerline berth, and a forward guest cabin with single over-under bunks to port. The forward head is accessible from both the forward VIP cabin and forward passageway for day head use. There is a passageway galley to port and forward-facing navigation station starboard. Two cabin layout available as an option.

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Interior Craftsmanship

The Hylas H48 base model features a contemporary interior with handcrafted joinery and cabinetry. The standard wood selection is teak with vertical grains. As an option, additional interior wood options are available, including white oak, walnut, and cherry, as is the option for horizontal grain.  The interior of the Hylas H48 features modern square-top passageways and doors, cabinets, and lockers with contemporary flat panels. Renowned for the ability to tailor each yacht to the owner's specific requirements, Hylas offers a variety of custom interior options such as the classic Hylas raised panel and louvered interior. Cabinets and passageways are customizable with a selection of styles, such as discontinuous arches, custom inlays, and a wide variety of materials. 

The cabin sole in the Hylas H48 is teak with a marine-grade plywood subfloor with end grains sealed with epoxy. For those who prefer a more traditional finish, solid teak and holly with a variety of varnished finishes are available as an option. All sections of the cabin sole are positive locking, cabinets, and lockers incorporate high-quality furniture grade stainless steel push-button latches.  All doors include stainless steel locking door stops for offshore passage making.

The Hylas Master Carpenter hand selects each piece of wood incorporated into the joinery of every Hylas yacht. Strict criteria and sourcing of materials result in a precise fit and world-class finish. Concealed hinges incorporated on the doors and cabinets where appropriate and dampening gaskets are located on passageway door frames to minimize noise.
 

Material Selection

  • Hanging lockers have automatic lighting, cedar plank interiors, and ventilation slats
  • Meganite countertop surfaces with solid teak fiddles
  • High quality polished stainless steel fixtures, latches, and handles
  • Hylas contemporary white headliner with secure quick-access fastening and teak trim
     

Master Stateroom

  • Queen size centerline berth with fabric headboard
  • Two 5" x 12" Manship opening portlights
  • Extra-large cedar-lined hanging locker located port with automatic lighting
  • Nightstands with teak fiddled surfaces located on both sides of the berth with additional storage inside
  • Reading lamps mounted to the aft bulkhead on each side of the berth
  • Upholstered settee to starboard
  • Vanity with folding top and mirror to port
  • Vimar 12 volt USB DC outlet
  • Two Vimar 110 volt AC outlets

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Master Head

  • Jabsco manual toilet with a 60-gallon holding tank, macerator pump, overboard discharge, and deck pump-out
  • Head base finished with white fiberglass
  • Meganite acrylic countertops with teak fiddles
  • Formica 949G high gloss, easy to clean wall finish
  • Molded white sink
  • Three mirror faced medicine cabinet located above the sink with teak fiddled shelves
  • Teak trimmed Formica cabinet under the sink for access to plumbing
  • Molded non-skid fiberglass floor
  • 5" x 12" Manship opening portlight
  • Separate stall shower with an acrylic shower door and second passageway to the main salon
  • Varnished teak shower seat over a molded fiberglass base with storage inside
  • Polished chrome shower fixtures with handheld sprayer
  • Large linen closet (location for the optional washer/dryer) located outboard above the shower seat
  • Teak and stainless steel towel rack
  • Toilet paper roll holder
  • Vimar 110 volt AC GFI outlet
     

Galley

  • Force 10 3-burner gimbaled LPG stove with oven, broiler, and stainless steel safety bar
  • Meganite acrylic countertops with teak fiddles. Alternative countertop surfaces are available as an option.
  • Countertop insert for the stovetop. When stowed, it converts to a stainless steel backsplash.
  • Five large cabinets located outboard above the countertop with a fiddled handrail above running the length of the galley
  • Five sliding lockers located below the outboard cabinetry
  • Cutlery drawer and cabinet located below the pull out cutting board
  • Tall pantry with shelves
  • Full size pull out rubbish bin with a fiberglass liner
  • Scandvik #10649 stainless steel double basin galley sink
  • 5" x 12" Manship opening portlight
  • Large, heavily insulated top and front-loading refrigerator and freezer boxes each with an electric drain pump
  • Frigoboat 24 volt refrigerator and freezer compressors
  • Fireboy-Xintex S-2A Propane and CNG Fume Detector with two sensors
  • Fireboy-Xintex SS-775 smoke and fire detector
  • Two Vimar 110 volt AC outlets
  • Vimar 110 volt AC GFI outlet

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Main Salon

  • Panoramic 3D laminated curved safety glass windows with integral solid fiberglass reinforced frame
  • Two oversized Manship fixed hull portlights provided superb natural light and seascape views
  • Headliner facing (PU White #425) finish on the interior window surrounds
  • Large settee to starboard with storage under and behind the settee cushions
  • Large wrap around settee to port around the salon table with storage under and behind the settee cushions
  • All surfaces are fiddled for safe and secure passage through the salon while underway
  • Cabinets above the seating area port and starboard adjacent to the forward bulkhead and aft of the settees
  • Three LED reading lights mounted to the forward bulkhead
  • Fiddled shelf located behind the settees to port and starboard
  • Full-length teak handholds on the ceiling
  • Two folding stools with upholstered seats which can convert to cocktail tables
  • Varnished solid teak salon table with two folding leaves and a cupboard pedestal.
  • Companionway entry with wide, non-skid teak stairs, and teak handrails leading into the main salon
  • Vimar 110 volt AC outlets

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Navigation Station

  • Forward-facing navigation desk with fold top chart table
  • Upholstered bench seat
  • Electrical panel with hinged bottom and fast pin access
  • Chart box for storage of navigation charts and the vessels documents
  • Quick Califfa wall light - Tobacco leather
  • Vimar 12 volt DC outlet
  • Vimar 110 volt AC outlet
     

Forward VIP Cabin

  • Centerline double berth with a large drawer beneath
  • Cabinets with mirrored faces and shelves with teak fiddles located port and starboard
  • Large cedar-lined hanging locker starboard with automatic lighting
  • Fiddled shelves outboard of the berth
  • Two reading lights mounted to the forward bulkhead
  • Vimar 12 volt USB DC outlet
  • Two Vimar 110 volt AC outlets


Forward Guest Cabin

  • Over-under single berth bunks with the underside of the upper berth finished matching the headliner
  • Reading light for each berth mounted to the forward bulkhead
  • Two drawers located beneath the lower berth
  • A mirror located on the aft bulkhead
  • Tall cedar-lined hanging locker forward with automatic lighting
  • Vimar 110 volt AC outlet
     

Forward Head

  • Jabsco manual toilet with a 53-gallon holding tank, macerator pump, overboard discharge, and deck pump-out
  • Head base finished with white fiberglass
  • Meganite acrylic countertops with teak fiddles
  • Formica 949G high gloss, easy to clean wall surfaces
  • Overhead opening hatch for ventilation
  • Molded white sink
  • Two mirror faced medicine cabinets located above the sink with teak fiddled shelves
  • Teak trimmed Formica cabinet under the sink for access to plumbing
  • Teak trimmed Formica linen closet with teak fiddled shelving
  • Molded non-skid fiberglass floor with teak grate
  • Shower curtain with a track recessed into the ceiling panel
  • Polished chrome shower fixtures with handheld sprayer
  • Varnished teak shower seat over a molded fiberglass base
  • Teak and stainless steel towel rack
  • Toilet paper roll holder
  • Vimar 110 volt AC GFI outlet

 

 

Mast and Rigging

Spars

  • The Hylas H48 has a cutter-rigged Selden aluminum two-spreader mast with electric in-mast mainsail furling, Selden boom, and push-button mainsail furling controls at the helm.
  • Mast base constructed of stainless steel
  • Selden internal conduit for masthead wiring
  • Masthead Windex style wind indicator
  • Boom Vang & Backstay
  • Split backstay with turnbuckles
  • Selden Rodkicker boom vang with gas spring
  • Headsail Furling
  • Selden Furlex 400E electric genoa furler with push-button controls at both primary winches
  • Selden Furlex 400 staysail furler
     

Standing Rigging

  • Discontinuous 316 stainless steel 1x19 wire standing rigging with high-quality Sta-Lok mechanical fittings.
  • Rigging and components are oversized for strength and safety offshore. All chainplates, deck caps, tie bars, bolts, and steel fixtures are high-quality 316L stainless steel.
  • 12 mm forestay with a 12 mm 316L stainless steel stemhead fitting secured to the reinforced bow section with five M12 and ten M10 bolts.
  • 12 mm D1 and 14 mm V1 with main chainplates constructed of 15 mm 316L stainless steel secured with eight M16 bolts and a 35mm stainless steel tie bar.
  • 10 mm inner stay with chainplate constructed of 10 mm 316L stainless steel secured with six M12 bolts and a 6 mm stainless steel backing plate tied directly to the reinforced forward collision bulkhead.
  • 12 mm Split backstay with chainplates constructed of 10 mm 316L stainless steel secured with six M16 bolts and an 8 mm stainless steel backing plate tied directly to the reinforced transom and structurally bonded lazarette bulkhead.
     

Running Rigging & Deck Hardware

  • In-boom preventer lead to the cockpit
  • Mainsail outhaul lead to the cockpit
  • Dyneema running backstays with Harken becket stand-up blocks on deck
  • Spectra-cored main, genoa, staysail, spinnaker, and topping lift for low stretch and durability
  • Sheets for the main, genoa, and staysail, all lead within easy proximity to the helm for safe short-handed sailing
  • Mast tracks for the mainsail and genoa
  • Mast mounted line clutches for the topping lift and spinnaker halyard
  • Stainless steel pad-eyes for running backstays
  • Stainless steel downhaul pad-eye for a downwind pole integrated into the stemhead fitting
  • Five Spinlock line clutches located adjacent to the cockpit winch
  • Mainsheet hardware includes a Harken stand up block and high-load pad eye.
  • Genoa hardware includes a pair of outboard tracks with adjustable pin-stop cars. Genoa sheets are led through cheek blocks to ensure optimal line angles at the electric Antal primary winches and to keep the sheets clear of the cockpit entry steps.
  • Self-tacking jib hardware includes a Harken track and Harken pin-stop car with adjustable stop locators. The sheet is led from the deck, up the mast to the first spreader, and routed to the cockpit winch for ideal sheeting angles.

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Sails by North Sails

  • The Hylas H48 base model comes outfitted with high-quality Dacron North Sails with the Hylas logo specifically chosen and designed for offshore and global sailing. (White)
  • North Sails Dacron in-mast furling mainsail (White)
  • North Sails Dacron genoa 145% (White)
  • North Sails Dacron self-tacking staysail (White)
  • White Sunbrella UV sun cover for the genoa, staysail, and mainsail tack. Additional colors are available.

 

 

Systems and Installation

Main Engine

  • Yanmar 4JH4-TCE 75 HP in-line 4-cylinder water-cooled turbo diesel engine rated to 3,200 RPM. US EPA Tier 2 and EU RCD I, BSO II, and EMC compliant.
  • Yanmar SD60-T saildrive with a 2.23:1 ratio constant mesh gear with a wet-type multi-disc clutch. The saildrive is a proven system that is both easy to maintain and simple to operate. One of the most significant benefits is the low amount of vibration in comparison to a direct-drive, ensuring whisper-quiet ambient noise while underway.
  • Electric oil-change pump for the engine, generator (option), and transmission ensures easy and spill-free maintenance
  • Morse single lever throttle
  • Yanmar engine control panel located in the cockpit aft of the helm inside the coaming with a Lexan lid with alarms for low oil pressure and high water temperature. Instruments include a tachometer, hour meter, voltage indicator, as well as gauges for temperature and oil pressure.
  • PYI MaxProp feathering propeller or Bruntons Varifold folding propeller
     

Mechanical Room

  • Unrestricted engine room access from the hinged companionway, navigation station, galley, aft head, aft shower, and galley. All of the access doors are removable for easy accessibility when performing regular maintenance.
  • Fireboy MA2-200-227 automatic engine room fire suppression and alarm system with remote panels in the cockpit and at the navigation station
  • CE Approved fire retarding engine room insulation that is 1-1/2" thick for excellent noise dampening
  • Jabsco continuous duty high volume (250 cu. ft. per minute) engine room extraction blower with 4" diameter exhaust
  • Two LED Engine room lights
     

Fuel System

  • 290 Gallon total fuel capacity between four independent tanks located under the salon cabin sole.
  • Fuel tanks are high-quality 316L grade stainless steel with a threaded inspection port for quick access or manual dipstick measurements. There is also has a larger maintenance access port for easy cleaning.
  • The primary engine fuel system has dual Racor fuel filters, each with a vacuum gage and water contamination alarm. There is also a by-pass valve, which enables the ability to not only filter but polish fuel. There are flame guards installed below the Racor filters.
  • Sensotex fuel tank gauges located at the navigation station
  • Emergency fuel shut off
  • Warlbro engine fuel transfer pump
     

Freshwater System

  • 119 Gallon total freshwater capacity between two independent tanks, one 83 gallon tank located beneath the aft berth, and one 36 gallon reserve tank located beneath the port settee in the salon.
  • The freshwater tanks are high-quality 316L grade stainless steel. The tanks each feature a threaded inspection port for quick access or manual dipstick measurements. Each tank also has a larger maintenance access port for easy cleaning.
  • Sensotex freshwater tank gauges located at the navigation station
  • Two ShurFlo 24-volt freshwater pumps plumbed in parallel for redundancy
  • Torrid stainless steel 10-gallon 110 volt and engine driven water heater
     

Black & Gray Water System

  • The Hylas H48 has two Polypropylene holding tanks, a 53-gallon tank forward, and a 60-gallon tank aft. Each tank a dedicated macerator pump, overboard discharge, and deck pump out.
  • Dometic Sealand holding tank ventilation filter
  • The Hylas H48 gray water system mitigates excess water and moisture in the bilge by collecting the gray water from the various sources such as drains, showers, and air conditioning units within several sumps before discharging the gray water overboard with automatic pumps. Forward gray water tank plumbed to the forward shower drain, and both the main salon and forward air conditioning units. Galley gray water tank plumbed to the galley sinks drains. Aft gray water tank plumbed to the aft head floor, and shower drains, and aft air conditioning unit.
     

Bilge System

  • Rule 2000 primary bilge pump located in the bilge sump with an automatic float switch, high water alarm, and manual override.
  • Jabsco PAR 24 volt secondary bilge pump located in the bilge sump
  • Whale Jabsco Par-Max 4 24 volt bilge pump located in the stern locker with an automatic float switch and manual override at the cockpit control panel
  • Whale Gusher 10 manual pump in the cockpit capable of up to 17 gallons per minute
  • Audible and visual high water alarms
     

Exterior Plumbing

  • Transom hot and cold freshwater shower with handheld sprayer located at the swim platform in a cubby with lid
  • Saltwater washdown pump plumbed to the bow
  • Bow quick disconnect spigot for the saltwater washdown
  • Freshwater shore connection to allow for the utilization of shore water when at the marina or dock

 

 

Electrical Equipment

General Configuration

  • The Hylas H48 features a highly organized electrical architecture that utilizes high-quality tinned copper wiring specified for minimal voltage drop. Each wire is numerically labeled and traced from the source to the load. Each Hylas comes with custom wiring diagrams for reference.
  • DEI Galvanic isolator
  • 50 Amp shore power inlet at the transom with a Marineco 50 Amp 125/250 volt 50' yellow shore power cord
  • 1" Copper grounding strip running the length of both side of the hull and integrated into the yachts bonding system
     

Battery Banks & Charging System

  • House battery bank configured for the yachts 24 volt systems consisting of four 12 volt 8D AGM Mastervolt batteries with a combined capacity of 450 amp-hours.
  • Forward battery bank for the yachts windlass and electric furling unit consisting of two 12 volt 8D AGM Mastervolt batteries configured for 24 volts with a combined capacity of 225 amp hours
  • Dedicated engine start 12-volt Mastervolt AGM 130 amp hour battery
  • Dedicated 12-volt Mastervolt AGM 130 amp hour battery
  • All batteries are individually secured and strapped.
  • High output Balmar 24 volt 140 amp primary alternator with a three-stage MC-624 regulator dedicated to the house battery bank.
  • 12 volt 125 amp secondary alternator dedicated to the 12-volt service and engine start bank
  • Mastervolt CombiMaster 24/3000-70 24-volt, 3000 watt, 70 amp combination battery charger and inverter dedicated to the house battery bank
  • Mastervolt Chargemaster 12/35-3 12-volt, 35 amp battery charger dedicated to the 12-volt service battery and start batteries
     

Power Distribution & Electrical Panels

  • Hylas Signature backlit electrical distribution panel with hinged access to electrical components
  • Mastervolt Mac Plus 24/12-50 DC-DC converter
  • BEP Marine AC and DC system monitors
  • BEP Marine Heavy-Duty main battery switches for the 12-volt and 24-volt circuits
  • Blue Sea Systems ML-RBS remote battery isolator switches for the primary circuits
  • Blue Sea Systems e-Series 12-volt service to battery bank parallel switch for emergency start capability

 

 

Electronics and Communication Equipment

Navigation Electronics

  • Raymarine Axiom 12" Pro-S with HybridTouch multifunction display with integrated high CHIRP conical sonar at the helm
  • Raymarine 4kW 48 nautical mile rage HD color radar and associated cabling
  • Three Raymarine i70 multifunction displays for wind, boat speed, and depth located above the companionway
  • Raymarine i70 multifunction display at the helm
  • Raymarine Evolution Sail autopilot with p70 control head at the helm
  • Raymarine Raystar RS150 72-channel 10Hz GPS receiver

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Communication Equipment

  • Raymarine Ray73 VHF radio with AIS receiver and Digital Selective Calling
  • Raymic 60/70 handheld VHF mic installed in the cockpit
  • Raymarine AIS 700 receiver and transmitter - Class B AIS with antenna splitter
  • Helm Instrumentation & Controls
  • Morse single lever throttle
  • Yanmar engine control panel
  • Raymarine Axiom 12" Pro-S multifunction display
  • Raymarine p70 autopilot control head
  • Raymarine i70 multifunction instruments for wind, speed, and depth located above the companionway and one at the helm
  • 5" Ritchie Globemaster FD-500-P binnacle with red LED backlights
     

Entertainment Equipment

  • Hylas spec Fusion stereo system with AM/FM, Bluetooth, Sirius XM, and Aux input
  • Four Hylas spec Fusion stereo speakers in the main salon

 

BROCHURES

2-Cabin Layout (pdf)

 

3-Cabin Layout (pdf)

 

General Options List (pdf)

 

Hylas H48 Hull Diagram ()

 

Hylas H48 Polar Diagram ()

 

Hylas H48 Sail Plan (pdf)

 

Lighting Options List (pdf)

 

Material Options List (pdf)

 

Standard Equipment List (pdf)

 

VR Tour

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