Avventura | Hylas 49' 2006

Fort Lauderdale, FL
$425,000


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Lori Goldstein

Lori started sailing as a youngster in Chesapeake Bay and has stayed near the water ever since. After sailing the Caribbean islands on her Passport 40, she cruised on larger boats in the Mediterranean. Lori has been a broker in Ft. Lauderdale for over 25 years and brings with her a wealth of experience.

Her knowledge and expertise about bluewater cruising sailboats is well known and as her loyal clients have begun to move into trawlers and motoryachts, Lori has also acquired a solid background in these yachts. She prides herself on helping her sellers showcase their yachts. Additionally, the buyers with whom she works praise her ability to pinpoint the best boats for their needs at a price within their budgets.

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Basic Info

Yacht Name: Avventura
Builder: Hylas
Model: 49 Center Cockpit
Year: 2006
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Asking Price: $425,000
Hull Material: Fibergllass
 

"Avventura" is a beautiful and cruise-ready example of the Hylas 49.  Known for superb sailing characteristics and comfortable living arrangements, the Hylas 49 is one of the most popular bluewater sailboats ever built.  

Her extensive equipment list includes:

  • Selden Electric In-Mast Furling
  • (2018) Northern Lights 5kw generator
  • (2016) Harken electric primary winches
  • Sidepower Bow Thruster
  • 3 units of Cruiseair Reverse Cycle AC/Heat
  • (2016) Kato davits, finished in navy blue to match the hull
  • (2015) Highfield 10.5 ft Aluminum RIB (very light!) with 15 hp Tohatsu outboard

Dimensions

Length: 49'
Beam: 14' 3
Draft: 6'
Water Tank Capacity: 200 Gallons
Fuel Tank Capacity: 195 Gallons
Engine Manufacturer: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JJH3TE
Power: 75 HP
Number of Engines: 1
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3900 Hours

Accommodations

Three private staterooms with 2 heads, comfortable and bright saloon, amazing galley whether in port or at sea, and loads of storage everywhere - she's got everything!

  • Teak interior with satin varnish
  • Cabin sole of solid teak laid on marine ply sub-flooring.  Epoxy urethane coated with 7 layers of varnish. Epoxy sealed endgrains and sub-flooring.
  • All cabin sole pieces have positive locking
  • Solid teak doors, trim, fiddles, grabrails
  • Cedar lined hanging lockers
  • Queen sized master berth on centerline
  • Custom innerspring mattress in master stateroom
  • (2016) Flat screen HDTV in salon with built-in DVD player on swiveling bracket
  • Forward stateroom with oversized V-berth
  • Custom innerspring mattress in forward stateroom
  • Portside cabin has a single berth for guests, with workbench hidden beneath
  • Splendide washer/dryer in portside cabin
  • 3 units of Cruiseair Reverse Cycle AC/Heat
  • Hatch screens throughout
  • (2016) All interior lighting has been upgraded to low-draw LED's
  • (2) Jabsco electric freshwater toilets
  • Custom linens

 

Galley

The galley aboard "Avventura" boasts over 8 feet of counter-space, with copious amounts of storage - including a full length pantry and a pull-out trash bin.  

  • Force 10 3-burner stove and oven
  • Xintex propane monitor and two sensors
  • 2 propane tanks
  • Frigoboat 12v refrigerator and freezer with thermostat controls and temperature gauges
  • Both boxes have top and front loading doors and electric pumps for drainage
  • Wahlee stone counters
  • Double sink, brushed aluminum, under mount
  • 2 galley fans
  • Microwave oven
  • 10 gallon water heater, heats from engine heat exchanger or 110v power
  • Village Marine MPW 400 17 gallons/hour watermaker.  New watermaker membranes installed January 2020

 

Electronics & Navigation

Port-facing nav station with full-sized chart table.  Swing-out seat, filing cabinet, and computer slide-out shelf.

  • Standard Horizon quantum VHF w/ remote mic
  • (2016) Full AIS (send and receive), integrated with Chart Plotter
  • Raystar 125 GPS
  • Raymarine ST6001 Autopilot S3G with type-2 hydraulic linear drive
  • icom M802 SSB with AT 140 autotuner
  • SSB digital email
  • Raymarine E120 Chart Plotter and Radar in cockpit, beneath dodger
  • Raymarine E80 chart plotter at nav station
  • Raymarine E80 chart plotter at helm
  • 24" 4kw 48 nm scanner
  • Laptop interface with electronics
  • Wifi booster and onboard router
  • TV inlet cable shore connection
  • Broadcast TV antenna
  • EPIRB

 

Deck & Cockpit

No teak on deck. Aluminum perforated toerail, non-skid decks in tan, stainless steel grabrails make for an easy-to-maintain exterior. 

ANCHORING:

  • Maxwell Nilsson 2200 windlass
  • Wireless remote controls for windlass (2019)
  • Delta primary anchor
  • Bruce secondary anchor
  • Solid stainless steel stemhead fitting with split bow roller to carry 2 anchors 
  • Solid stainless steel striker plates for bow protection
  • Saltwater washdown pump on foredeck

COCKPIT:

  • (2017) New bimini and dodger, connector piece for rough weather and S/S grabrail
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit folding seats
  • Sold teak varnished cockpit table with teak drink holders
  • Leather wrapped steering wheel
  • Cockpit padeyes for jacklines

OTHER DECK DETAILS:

  • 31" high stanchions with double lifelines
  • 6 man Plastimo liferaft (may need recertification)
  • (2016) Kato heavy duty davits, finished in navy blue to match hull
  • (2015) Highfield Aluminum bottom inflatable dinghy (very light!), 10.5 ft
  • (2015) Tohatsu outboard
  • Outboard engine hoist on stern
  • Edson mount for outboard on stern rail
  • Side boarding ladder with port and starboard side mounting brackets
  • Fold down stainless steel stern ladder
  • Manship 316 stainless steel hatches and ports
  • Full length rubrail with s/s striker
  • (4) stainless steel cowl vents
  • Freshwater hot and cold shower on stern platform
  • Padeyes for dinghy storage on deck
  • Jacklines
  • Para Tech drogue (2017)

 

Electrical

12VDC Side:

  • (4) HD AGM house batteries (2015)
  • AGM Engine start battery (2020)  150 ah
  • Generator start battery (2018)
  • Anchor windlass and bow thruster battery (2015)  150ah
  • (2020) Balmar high capacity alternator for house batteries
  • (2) Solbian flexible solar panels installed on bimini, 130 watts each
  • Blue Sky controller for solar panels, with display
  • (2017) Magnum charger/inverter
  • Xantrex battery monitor

110VAC Side:

  • (2018) Northern Lights 5kw generator with 230 hours
  • Shore power cords

 

Sails & Rigging

Selden In-mast electric furling spar, aluminum anodized with double spreaders.  1x19 Hasselford wire standing rigging with Staylock mechanical fittings.  Discontinuous rigging design, including forward and aft lowers, for optimal strength.

Sail Inventory:  (2011) Doyle mainsail, Doyle 135% genoa, Doyle Jib, (2010) Doyle drifter

  • Selden compression vang with 4:1 purchase
  • Whisker pole
  • Spreader lights
  • (2016) Dynema running backstays
  • (2016) New Harken 12v Primary Winches
  • Furlex 400 series roller furling for headstay
  • Bosun's Chair

 

Engine Room, Mechanical & Construction Details

  • Sidepower 12v Bow Thruster
  • Dual Racor fuel filters with bypass
  • Walborough in-line fuel pump allowing engine bypass for filtration. This eliminates the need for engine bleeding in the case of a dry fuel tank
  • Oil change pump built-in for engine, transmission, and generator
  • Secondary start/stop switch in engine room
  • Two independent Shurflow freshwater pump systems
  • Flex-o-fold 3 bladed prop
  • Spare fixed 3 bladed prop
  • (2019) Shaft Shark line cutter
  • Firebuoy automatic fire extinguisher
  • (2) 27 gallon holding tanks with Y-valves
  • Watertight collision bulkhead forward of forward cabin, with independent overboard drainage
  • Solid handlaid fiberglass layup with no core in the hull
  • Vinylester resins and Isophthalic gel coat used for blister resistance
  • Solid lead keel with solid 35mm stainless steel keel bolts with transverse-mounted 8mm backing plates.
  • Keel is fully encapsulated solid lead
  • Fully skegged rudder

 

Remarks

"Avventura" is a beautiful and cruise-ready example of the Hylas 49.  Known for superb sailing characteristics and comfortable living arrangements, the Hylas 49 is one of the most popular bluewater sailboats ever built.  

Her extensive equipment list includes:

  • Selden Electric In-Mast Furling
  • (2018) Northern Lights 5kw generator
  • (2016) Harken electric primary winches
  • Sidepower Bow Thruster
  • 3 units of Cruiseair Reverse Cycle AC/Heat
  • (2016) Kato davits, finished in navy blue to match the hull
  • (2015) Highfield 10.5 ft Aluminum RIB (very light!) with 15 hp Tohatsu outboard