LizzyLea | Hylas Yachts 49' 2020

Sapphire Beach, USVI

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Yacht Name: LizzyLea
Builder: Hylas Yachts
Model: 49
Year: 2020
Location: Sapphire Beach, USVI
Designer: Sparkman and Stephens
Hull Material: Fiberglass



Designed by Sparkman & Stephens and built by Queen Long Marine - The Hylas 49 evolved from the brilliant lines of the Stevens 47.  The Hylas 49 incorporates numerous design improvements such as a refined interior layout, optimized deck plan, revised sugar scoop transom, and substantial updates to the operating systems. Classic meets modern in this smartly configured 3-cabin cruiser with contemporary styling and a motion at sea met with glowing reviews from nearly every sailing publication and serious offshore sailor.

The Hylas 49 is one of the most sought-after and iconic sailing vessels in its class of high-quality semi-custom blue water cruisers. Tailored for upscale cruising couples with a desire for the finest qualities, the Hylas 49 has rightfully earned a reputation for comfort, safety, and exhilarating performance. This luxurious center cockpit is ideal for short-handed sailing and well configured to be sailed with confidence in a wide range of conditions. The design concept and layout make cruising safe, easy, and enjoyable.

Exceptional quality and built to the highest standards - LizzyLea is constructed of the highest quality materials and resins to provide a stiff and robust hull with proper form to reduce pounding in rough seas. Tall lifelines with a solid stainless steel pushpit extended to the midship gates, watertight bulkheads, and a bone-dry cockpit. The design of the Hylas 49 is revered for its performance in heavy seas, comfort, and security. All the characteristics desired by a cruising couple.

The mechanical systems aboard LizzyLea are, simply put – Superb. The Jefa torque tube steering system with solid linkage from the pedestal to the steering quadrant ensures a responsive helm. High-capacity stainless steel water and fuel tanks offer the capability for long-distance passage making. And a critical feature while cursing, the access to the engine and generator is effortless from all sides, making maintenance hassle-free.

LizzyLea is an exceptional example of the fine artisanship and superior design, which has placed the Hylas 49 among the most widely sought-after blue water cruising boats. It only fits then that she is the last of this iconic series ever to be built – Hull Number 68. Her owner, perhaps the most prolific Hylas 49 owner of all time, has owned three Hylas 49s in his lifetime. Throughout his multi-decade experience of sailing these yachts, he applied every grain of knowledge into the design and construction of this yacht, making LizzyLea the perfect blend of form, function, and beauty. She is an exceptional yacht.

[Updated photos coming soon! Note: The main image is of LizzyLea's sistership. All other photos are of LizzyLea and were taken by the owner.]


Length: 49'
Beam: 14' 3
Draft: 6'
Water Tank Capacity: 250 gallons
Fuel Tank Capacity: 145 gallons
Holding Tank Capacity: 27+27 gallons
Engine Manufacturer: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JHe-HTE
Power: 75 hp
Number of Engines: 1
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 103

Interior Accommodations and Layout

The spacious and open interior, with contemporary styling, features a modern deck salon with sizeable panoramic front and side windows delivering warm, natural light and spectacular views from the comfort of the main salon.

The fiddled countertops are finished with Sahara-colored Corian in the galley and beige textured Corian marble. Throughout the yacht, off-white textured headliners and tastefully selected Pallas, Fantasy Art, and Ultra Suede fabrics complement the undertones of the beautiful, solid teak and holly cabin sole finished in a high gloss varnish. The superb teak joinery and louvered cabinetry with rounded corners are handcrafted and varnished with a hand-rubbed satin finish.

Six large deck hatches with teak trim, four dorade vents, and numerous opening portlights provide excellent ventilation and a cooling breeze. At the same time, the three-zone climate control delivers welcome relief when desired.

LizzyLea boasts three well-sized staterooms. A full-beam v-berth forward with ensuite access to the day head, a guest cabin forward to port with a single that pulls out to a double, and a roomy master stateroom with a queen centerline berth and a private head with a separate stall shower and a second passageway leading to the main salon. All staterooms feature cedar-lined hanging lockers and finished cabinetry with louvered doors and all the desirable comforts. Passageway galley with over 7 feet of useable Corian countertop complete with an island-style surface under the companionway offers more than ample space for the cuisine-loving crew and generous amounts of storage. Equally well suited for entertaining or intimate dining for a cruising couple.

Interior Styling & Additional Features:

  • Solid teak and holly positive locking cabin sole for offshore sailing, laid on solid, epoxy sealed subflooring, and finished with an epoxy urethane coating with seven layers of high gloss varnish for exceptional durability and beauty.
  • World-class teak joinery with top-choice materials and hand varnished satin finish.
  • Finely finished louvered cabinetry styled with rounded corners and complete with furniture grade fixtures and chromed pushbutton latches.
  • The interior incorporates excellent storage, with cedar-lined hanging lockers and cabinets with numerous removable shelves.
  • Solid teak doors, trim, and cabinetry.
  • Trim pieces incorporate fiddled handholds throughout the boat, making traversing the interior while underway safe and secure.
  • Easy to remove vinyl headliners.
  • The countertops feature high-quality Corian surfaces located throughout the galley and heads.
  • LED overhead and personal lighting throughout.



Bright and full of natural light, the spacious main salon with its solid teak and holly cabin sole is warm and welcoming and offers spectacular views through the large panoramic fixed side and forward windows.

To starboard is a full-length settee that slides out an additional 9 inches to expand to a comfortable sea berth complete with lee cloth. To starboard is a custom folding dinette table with an adjustable stainless-steel pedestal; in its most compact configuration, it makes the perfect cocktail table for entertaining. Expand the leaves, and you have a comfortable dining table with seating for six around a large settee and pull-out double bench seat. Settees are upholstered in Adele Periwinkle-colored Ultra Suede which is both attractive and easy to clean.

Outboard cabinetry and shelving, and lockers behind the settees offer an incredible amount of storage space. The headroom is a generous 6' 7". Natural ventilation through two large opening teak trimmed deck hatches, and Manship stainless steel opening portlights are welcomed on those warm tropical evenings. Still, when needed, reverse cycle climate control is a desirable feature.

  • Cruise Air reverse cycle air conditioning and heat with a digital controller – 12,000 BTU
  • Full-length settees to port and starboard upholstered with easy-to-care-for Ultra Suede.
  • Starboard settee pulls out 9" to convert to a well-suited sea-berth with lee cloth, comfortable in length and perfect for offshore cruising. Additional storage behind the backrest.
  • Custom two-way folding teak dinette table with a gorgeous compass rose holly inlay.
  • Stereo speakers with zoned volume controls.
  • 12VDC fans
  • LED overhead and swiveled reading lights.
  • Teak handholds along the cabin top as well as adjacent to the forward passageway entry.
  • Flashlight holder at the foot of the companionway.



LizzyLea is unrivaled in both luxury and style. The well-appointed master stateroom is your sanctuary on the water with a rich hand-rubbed, satin varnished louvered cabinetry and joinery. Additional comforts include LED reading and overhead lights, high-speed Hella fans, ensuite head with separate stall shower, numerous opening portlights, and zoned A/C.

Storage is bountiful. To port, there are three substantial hanging lockers with removable shelving. To starboard, a tall hanging locker, and additional cabinets outboard of the settee. At the foot of the berth is a large cupboard with shelving. All lockers have automatic lights and, along with the cabinets, are cedar lined.

  • Cruise Air reverse cycle air conditioning and heat with a digital controller – 7,000 BTU.
  • Queen size centerline berth.
  • Tall hanging lockers port with removable shelves port and starboard.
  • Three cabinets outboard of the settee to starboard.
  • Large cabinet at the foot of the berth.
  • (4) Opening portlights, two outboard and two located aft, overlooking the transom.
  • Niles stereo volume control adjacent to berth.
  • 12VDC fans.
  • LED overhead and swiveled reading lights.


Aft Head

The ensuite aft head is beautifully finished with beige marble textured Corian vanity, molded sink, and white fiberglass non-slip flooring to coordinate with the high-gloss Formica laminate wall surfaces. A full-length dressing mirror is located on the doorway, and storage is bountiful with a cabinet below the sink and a sizeable linen closet outboard. The separate stall shower has excellent headroom and a second passageway to the main salon.

  • Marble textured beige Corian countertop with fiddles.
  • Molded sink with Moen faucet.
  • Teak trimmed vanity mirror and medicine cabinet above the sink with additional storage below.
  • Full-length mirror mounted to the inside of the head door.
  • Separate stall shower with a Lexan door, teak floor grate, and a fold-down teak seat.
  • Well-sized linen closet.
  • Manual head with "Y" valve for direct overboard pump-out or to the 27-gallon holding tank.
  • (2) 12VDC fans.
  • GFI 110 VAC outlets.



This wonderfully inviting cabin with ensuite access to the forward head has a full-beam custom v-berth mattress which is 6' 9" in length, the width of a king-size bed at the aft end, and incredibly comfortable. Teak cabinetry with removable shelving and hanging lockers lined with cedar were customized for added depth and improved volume. A large overhead hatch with teak trim and forward dorades provides excellent ventilation. Zoned climate control with independent digital control is shared with the port guest cabin.

  • Full beam, double v-berth mattress, and lee cloth – 6' 9" in length.
  • Storage locker at the foot of the berth.
  • Dressing seat and cedar-lined hanging locker to starboard with removable shelves.
  • Locker and bank drawers to port.
  • Full bank of cabinets above and outboard of the berth.
  • LED overhead and swiveled reading lights.
  • 12VDC fans.


Forward Head

  • Aft and to starboard of the guest stateroom is the forward head which opens to both the guest stateroom and the passageway forward. Ideal for exclusive access for guests or use as a day head.
  • Marble textured beige Corian countertop with fiddles.
  • Molded sink with Moen faucet.
  • Teak trimmed vanity mirror and medicine cabinet above the sink with additional storage below.
  • Shower with teak floor grate and a fold-down teak seat.
  • Manual head with "Y" valve for direct overboard pump-out or to the 27-gallon holding tank.
  • 12VDC fan.
  • GFI 110 VAC outlets.



Aft and to port is the second guest cabin with a single berth. Ideal for storage or the occasional guest, this cabin is a desirable and versatile space with plentiful cabinetry, a cedar-lined hanging locker, and additional storage under the berth. Overhead teak trimmed hatch, opening portlight, and dorade vent provides natural ventilation. Climate control is shared with the forward cabin.

  • Cruise Air reverse cycle air conditioning and heat – 7,000 BTU shared with the forward cabin.
  • Single berth, which pulls out to a comfortable double.
  • Storage lockers with louvered doors below the berth.
  • Opening deck hatch, opening portlight, and dorade vent for ventilation.
  • LED overhead and swivel reading light.
  • 12VDC fans mounted to the bulkhead.



LizzyLea features a galley that is smartly laid out and functional with over 7 feet of Corian countertop surface and an inboard island-style countertop aft of the companionway. The galley is designed for practicality at sea, making it functional underway on either tack. The top and front-loading refrigerator and freezer included dual seals and heavy insulation and were designed with a flush surface to ensure easy clean-up and seamless aesthetics. The Frigoboat system operates off 12VDC and incorporates efficient keel coolers. The three-burner LPG Force 10 stove with oven has a Corian insert for added prep surface when in place or converts to a stainless-steel backsplash when stowed. Ample cabinets, storage lockers, and drawers are located outboard and below the countertop.

  • 12VDC Frigoboat refrigerator and freezer with keel coolers.
  • Top and front-load refrigerator and freezer with electric drain pumps. Both are heavily insulated and include dual seals for efficiency.
  • The top-side refrigerator and freezer access is designed to fit flush with the countertop surface, making for easy clean-up.
  • Over 7' of Corian countertops with an additional surface inboard.
  • Double basin Scandvik stainless steel sink with a pull-out faucet.
  • Pressurized hot and cold freshwater.
  • Manual freshwater galley foot pump.
  • Panasonic microwave oven with GFI 110VAC outlet inside the cabinetry.
  • 3-Burner Force 10 gimbaled stove with broiler and oven.
  • Pot and pan storage below the stove.
  • Countertop insert recesses over the stove, allowing for a stainless-steel backsplash when stowed or increased counter space when installed.
  • Hide-a-way rubbish bin.
  • Opening portlight and 12VDC fan smartly positioned for added airflow and ventilation.
  • Overhead LED lighting.


Navigation and Electronics

Aft and to the port of the main salon is the outward-facing navigation station with a custom bi-fold hinged desktop and swing-out seat with Ultra Suede upholstery. The instrument and electrical panels, with lighted displays, have fast-pin hinges, which allow for easy access to the exceptionally well-organized and carefully labeled wiring. All devices and wiring are labeled inside and out and traced numerically at each end. For storage, there is a full-size file cabinet and drawer aft, as well as chart storage inboard.

Navigation Station

  • Raymarine Axiom 12 Pro-S HybridTouch 12" multi-function display and chartplotter.
  • Raymarine 4kW 48NM radar integrated with both Axiom displays.
  • VHF radio with command-mic and loudhailer.
  • Raymarine AIS700 transceiver.
  • Raymarine GPS.
  • North America Navionics+ Chart E70482-00-NAG.
  • Battery monitors.
  • Inverter/Charger remote control panel.
  • A/C Power fault indicator with polarity warning light.
  • Tank monitor.
  • Fusion MS-AV-750 marine entertainment system with DVD/CD player integrated with the yachts 3-zone speaker system (2 Speakers in each zone: The master cabin, main salon, and cockpit).
  • 110VAC GFI & dual 12VDC outlets.
  • Fuel flow alarm.



  • Raymarine Axiom 12 Pro-S HybridTouch 12" multi-function display and chartplotter with integrated high CHIRP conical sonar for CPT-S mounted in a cockpit pedestal.
  • ST 60 Raymarine wind, speed, and depth instrumentation mounted at the companionway.
  • Raymarine p70 Autopilot control head.
  • Raymarine VHF command mic.
  • Raymarine GPS enabled handheld VHF.
  • Garmin handheld GPS.


Construction and Key Features of the Hull and Deck


The Hylas 49 is a well-proven and competent bluewater cruiser. LizzyLea is fast, sea-kind, and strong. Constructed with hand laid up fiberglass laminates set with vinyl ester resins and isophthalic gelcoat for superior protection from osmosis and blistering. Eight longitudinal stringers are tied to each frame and bulkhead. The result is a stiff and seamless monolithic structure above ABS standards. The encapsulated lead keel and low ballast provide a low center of gravity for high stability and are fastened with solid 35mm stainless steel keel bolts with transverse-mounted 8mm backing plates.

The forward hull section is well shaped for rough seas and well-reviewed for its excellent abilities in heavy weather without pounding. The distance between the rudder and keel is measured by design to provide superior directional stability and balance. The rudder post has full structural support running through-hull to the deck. For added safety and protection from hard grounding, the rudder skeg is 2 inches higher than the low point of the keel.

  • White gelcoat hull in excellent condition with boot stripe and cove stripe.
  • 5 Epoxy barrier coats below the waterline with three coats of Micron Extra 2 Blue bottom paint.
  • Teak rub rail with stainless steel capping below the sheerline.
  • Substantial hand-laid fiberglass layup with vinyl ester resins and isophthalic gelcoat for superb strength and stiffness and a hull well protected against osmosis and blistering.
  • Watertight collision bulkhead forward with independent overboard drainage and watertight stern sections across aft lazarettes and stern locker.
  • Fully skegged rudder for optimal strength and protection – The bottom of the rudder plane is 2" above the keel for grounding safety.
  • The unidirectional modified keel is fully encapsulated solid lead, secured with 35mm stainless steel keel bolts and transverse-mounted 8mm backing plates.
  • Two 1" Copper bonding strips integrated into the hull, running the length of each side of the yacht.



Characterized by expansive side decks, high stanchions and equipped with the desirable option to bring the pushpit stainless steel rail the full length to the mid-ship gates, LizzieLea is a boat aboard which the crew will feel safe and secure. The deck is laid up with a sandwich core construction with an end-grain balsa core. Solid laminate is utilized in all areas of the deck for fittings and the high-stress regions. Chemically and mechanically fastened with 5200 epoxies and through-bolted every 5 inches with backing plates, the Hylas 49 is known for its superior strength and reliable construction. The surface is molded non-skid.

  • The deck is a molded non-skid with contrasting cream color – gentile on the feet yet excellent grip when wet.
  • Teak toe rail with integrated fairleads.
  • Sugar scoop transom with boarding gate and three wide steps finished with teak hardwood, incorporates stainless steel grab rails and a folding ladder to allow unrestricted and easy access to and from the water level.
  • Stainless steel protective trim along the edge of the transom.
  • Freshwater hot and cold transom shower.
  • Side boarding ladder with port and starboard side mounting brackets.
  • Pushpit extended to midship gates – A solid stainless-steel railing running from the transom to mid-ship gates for extra safety and security, a highly desired option requested by many offshore sailors.
  • Large stern garage with a dedicated Rule bilge pump and manual override in the cockpit.
  • Large aft lazarettes with dual Bailey latches for the watertight seal and internal rails for line storage, self-draining.
  • Liferaft cradle mounted to the starboard rail.
  • 12" Stainless steel mooring cleats with backing plates - Two pairs at the bow, pair midship, and a pair at the stern.
  • Propane locker starboard midship sizeable enough for two standard size propane tanks.
  • Four dorade vents, two aft & 2 forward with protective stainless-steel cowlings and rails.
  • Four teak grab rails, two on the foredeck and two on the aft coach roof – Well positioned for safety about the boat while underway.
  • Six, Manship stainless steel deck hatches with smoked acrylic lenses.
  • Ten, Manship stainless steel opening portlights.
  • Deck salon design with four fixed windows, one to port and starboard and two forward – Delivers an incredible amount of natural light and beautiful views from the main salon.
  • 31" high stanchions with double, uncoated stainless steel wire lifelines – Much more elevated than most boats adding a welcomed level of security and safety when moving about the deck.
  • Stainless steel stem fitting and striker plate for bow and hull protection.
  • Stainless steel pulpit.
  • Saltwater anchor washdown at the bow.


Ground Tackle and Mooring

  • Forward self-draining chain locker with segmented stowage for the primary and secondary anchor rode with separate storage for dock lines and fenders.
  • Stainless steel dual bow roller for primary and secondary anchors.
  • Stainless steel striker plate on deck and stainless-steel stem fitting to protect the bow and hull from an unruly ground tackle.
  • Maxwell RC12 vertical electric windlass, chain feed, and bow stopper, with bow pushbutton and helm controls.
  • 55 lb Rocna primary anchor with 275-feet of galvanized G4 3/8" chain
  • 45 lb Danforth secondary anchor with 50' galvanized G4 3/8" chain and 300' of 5/8" anchor rode.
  • An assortment of dock lines, spring lines, and fenders


Mast and Rigging

  • Selden 2-spreader anodized aluminum keel-stepped mast.
  • Schaefer Gamma in-boom furling mainsail.
  • Hasselfors 1x19 stainless steel rigging.
  • Discontinuous cap shrouds for optimal strength and intermediate shrouds with twin lowers to port and starboard for added rig stability.
  • Dyneema running backstays with Harken stand-up blocks for cutter rigging.
  • Furlex 404S genoa furler.
  • Furlex 304S staysail furler.
  • Spinlock line clutches in the cockpit and on the mast.
  • Harken fairleads, blocks, and tackle.
  • Mainsheet traveler athwartship aft of the cockpit with Harken blocks.
  • Adjustable genoa track and cars on the side deck.
  • Primary and secondary main halyard.
  • Primary and secondary genoa halyard.
  • Halyard bales on the forward dorade rails.
  • Topping lift.


  • Antal W60 electric primary winches
  • Antal 48 secondary winches
  • Antal 48 mainsheet winch
  • Antal 44 halyard winch


North Sails

This sail inventory was built with the owner of LizzyLea in mind, a serious blue water sailor who has now owned three Hylas 49's in his lifetime. A man who has navigated his yacht backward farther than most have gone forward. Peter Grimm, Jr., the longtime 25-year official sailmaker of Hylas Yachts, has worked with him on each sail inventory and, as you might imagine, together they learned a few things along the way. Such as the benefits to the Schaefer roller furling boom. A system incorporated for the second time on the owner's Hylas 49's, and for a good reason.

North Sails 9.2 oz NorDac Mainsail: Includes a 3-step seaming, two-ply leech through the reefs and right through to the head of the sail. RBS machined tipped battens, which are specifically designed for the Schaefer boom, significantly improve sail shape. The battens incorporate a Dyneema lashing and recessed covers over the end of the battens. The head of the Mainsail also has a sun cover to prolong the life of the sail and defend it from harmful UV. Also, the Teflon luff tape reduces the friction when deploying or furling the Mainsail and makes it much more resistant to tearing.

North Sails 8.2 oz NorDac 115% Genoa: The design of this 115% Genoa gives you a higher clew which enables better sightlines under the sail, and you also do not have to move the lead much, if at all, when you are reefing—a significant benefit for short-handed sailing. Another noteworthy point is that when the sea state is sobering, and you are making waves over the bow, the foot of the Genoa is not continually getting hit by the waves, which over time can damage the foot of the sail, or in extreme cases, tear the foot.

North Sails 9.2 oz NorDac Staysail: The Staysail is a versatile component of the overall sail plan, enabling three different set-ups; first, with the headsail in what I call a "double headsail rig," which can improve boat speed by as much as ¾ of a knot. Both sails are deployed simultaneously, from AWS of 10 to 16 kts and 80 to 120 degrees AWA. Next, under high wind speeds, sailing under a full Staysail and Mainsail, or partially reefed Mainsail will enable you to significantly decreases the heeling angles of the yacht, helping to maintain good boat speed and comfort. And finally, when winds are howling, and the Hylas 49 shows its true colors as a steadfast blue water yacht, you can use the Staysail as a storm sail, set by itself with the Mainsail fully furled. The cutter rig of the Hylas 49 and North Sails Staysail makes for a versatile yacht capable of comfortable sailing in a wide variety of wind conditions and sea states.

Additional Features of the North Sails Sail Plan:

  • North Sails NorDac fabric
  • Rope luff pad and reefing structure
  • Extended head and tack patches for reefing
  • White Weather Max UV protection with GoreTex thread
  • 3-Step seaming
  • Dyneema webbing on the head, tack, and clew
  • UV protection on all webbing
  • Foil lashings to prevent the luff tape from tearing at the feeder.


Center Cockpit

The center cockpit design of the Hylas 49 is safe, secure, and bone dry in rough seas. Seating eight comfortably, the teak-planked seats coordinating cockpit cushions and seatbacks offer a perfectly balanced cockpit sizeable enough for entertaining yet well suited for offshore sailing. The high gloss varnished cockpit table provides the perfect setting for outdoor dining and enjoyment.

Additional Features:

  • Sunbrella Captain Navy bimini and dodger with removable connector.
  • All zippers are protected by hidden flaps around the perimeter where possible.
  • Threads upgraded to Teflon for the best resistance against UV damage.
  • Bimini and dodger frame constructed of high-quality 1" 316 stainless steel.
  • Custom stainless steel grab bars integrated into the bimini frame.
  • Four LED Red/White cockpit lights.
  • LED cockpit courtesy lights.
  • The seating and cockpit floor are finished with bonded teak planking with black caulking.
  • Whitlock pedestal with a Ritche 5" binnacle and a stainless-steel wheel wrapped in gray leather.
  • Lexan main hatch with stainless steel grab rails for easy entry to the cockpit.
  • Solid teak washboard with ventilated slats.
  • Three Wichard padeyes for safety harness hardpoints – Two on either side of the companionway and one at the helm.
  • Sunbrella cockpit cushions with coordinating piping. Includes the optional stainless steel folding seatbacks added back support.


Ship Systems


Engine and mechanical access on the Hylas 49 are fantastic! Gone are the days of contorting and twisting to perform essential maintenance. Large panels along the inboard side of the galley and navigation station, hinged access at the companionway stairs, and a door on the forward bulkhead of the master cabin make servicing the engine and generator an effortless endeavor.

LizzyLea, with just 103 hours on the engine and 23 hours on the generator, has seen exceptionally light use since delivered only 18 months ago. And has been well maintained by her knowledgeable and experienced owner. As expected, the bilges are spotless and show prideful ownership and careful attention to detail. This is as close to a new yacht as you will find.

  • Yanmar 4JH4-HTE 75 HP 4-cylinder turbo diesel engine with only 103 hours!
  • Northern Lights 6kW generator with only 23 hours!
  • Side-Power SE130 12V twin-prop bow thruster with controls mounted at the helm.
  • Jefa steering system – A solid linkage between the helm and the steering quadrant for a strong, reliable, and responsive helm.
  • Cruise Air 3-Zone reverse cycle air conditioning with independent digital controls. 7,000 BTU units forward and aft and a 12,000 BTU unit in the main salon. Condensate plumbed to a gray water tank – keeping your bilge dry when running the A/C in the tropics.
  • MaxProp Easy 21x14 3 blade propeller with Spurs line cutter on a 1 ½" shaft.
  • Electric oil change pump for engine, transmission, and generator oils.
  • PSS high-speed dripless shaft seal.
  • Morse single lever throttle/gear control system - Provides added protection against high RPM shifting.
  • Main engine dual Racor 500 fuel filters with switchover valve allowing independent filter, bypass, and fuel polishing.
  • Walborough inline electric fuel pump allowing engine bypass for polishing of the fuel and eliminating the need for engine bleeding in case of a dry fuel tank.
  • Fire-resistant engine room insulation and soundproofing – Substantial noise dampening makes for a noticeably quiet and pleasant ride while under power.
  • Thru-hull fittings are solid bronze Groco style and bonded to the hull.
  • Rule 2000 primary and Par System secondary bilge pumps with automatic float switches and high-water alarms.
  • Manual Whale Gusher 10 emergency bilge pump in the cockpit.
  • Emergency crash pump plumbed into the main engine intake strainer.



  • Two standard size 20 lb. aluminum propane tanks with remotely operated solenoid valves housed in an ABYC approved ventilated deck locker. Pre-plumbing installed for a BBQ grill.
  • Fuel – 145 Gallon capacity among two stainless steel tanks (77 gal / 68 gal) located under the salon floor.
  • Fresh Water - 250 Gallon capacity among three stainless steel tanks (74 gal / 126 gal / 30 gal) located beneath the port and starboard settees in the salon and beneath the aft berth.
  • Holding - Two 27 Gallon tanks
  • All tanks incorporate threaded inspection ports with dipsticks for servicing and a larger inspection plate for interior inspection and cleaning.
  • Saltwater anchor washdown on the bow.
  • Torrid 10-gallon 1500W water heater supplied by AC and engine heat exchanger.
  • Two independent Shurflow freshwaters pumps.
  • Sensotex fuel and water tank monitor and gauges.



  • Northern Lights 6kW generator with only 23 hours!
  • Three 8D Lifeline AGM 225Ah house batteries, 675Ah total house bank capacity.
  • 4D Lifeline AGM 150Ah dedicated bow thruster battery.
  • 4D Lifeline AGM 150Ah dedicated engine and generator start battery.
  • All batteries are individually strapped and secured. Each bank incorporates built-in reverse isolation switches enabling parallel ties for emergency starts.
  • 165A Balmar primary alternator with  a three-stage regulator for charging the house battery bank.
  • 125A secondary alternator dedicated to charging the engine battery bank.
  • Xantrex Freedom SW3012 12V, 3000W inverter, and combination 150A charger for the house and engine start banks.
  • Protech 50A battery charger.
  • DEI Fail-Safe Max 50/60A Galvanic Isolator.
  • Marinco 50A 125/250V inlet at the cockpit coaming for US shore power.
  • LED foredeck, navigation, running, and masthead anchor, tricolor, and steaming lights.
  • LED cockpit courtesy and overhead lights.
  • AC/DC electrical panel with digital voltmeter and ammeter with easy, fast pin hinged access.
  • 110VAC & 12VDC outlets are logically placed throughout the boat.


Safety Equipment

  • Winslow 6-man life raft with pelican case mounted to the stern rail.
  • Stainless steel emergency tiller.
  • Horseshoe lifebuoy.
  • A lifesling overboard rescue system.
  • Three, B1 Fire extinguishers.
  • Visual and audible high-water alarm.
  • Engine intake plumbed as an emergency crash pump.
  • Fireboy Xintex propane detector.