Hilton Head, SC
Stephen Reverand came aboard David Walters Yachts with a lifelong love of boats and more than three decades of offshore and inland sailing experience. As a teenager, he restored a cedar-planked Barnegat Bay sneakbox and sailed local lakes in the New York area. As a young professional, he upgraded to a classic 35-foot yawl and sailed from New York Harbor, east on Long Island Sound to Block Island, R.I., still one of his favorite ports of call. Later he raised his family on the Chesapeake Bay catching bushels of blue crabs from his 22-foot center-console runabout. Most recently, Reverand cruised his 42-foot Tartan staysail sloop Zephyr over 10,000 nautical miles from the Chesapeake to New England to the Bahamas and back following the fair winds for more than four years.
Before transitioning to cruising sailor and yacht broker, Reverand enjoyed a colorful career in the media. He served as a foreign correspondent for NBC News, spending six years in Asia. When he returned stateside, he joined the Discovery Channel where he oversaw the hit adventure series Deadliest Catch and received a Peabody Award for his work as executive producer on the documentary Black Sky: The Race for Space. Later, Reverand joined National Geographic as the head of nature films and specials production filming in many of the most exotic destinations around the globe.
In keeping with his love of boats, Reverand also created, produced and directed the PBS television series Boatworks and wrote the long-running boating humor column Deviant Readings for BoatUS Magazine.
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|Yacht Name:||Lady Mina|
|Model:||52 Raised Saloon|
|Location:||Hilton Head, SC|
|Designer:||Sparkman & Stephens|
***** PROVEN WORLD CRUISER ATTRACTIVEY PRICED *****
***** ALL DECK HATCHES (7) REPLACED 1/19 WITH NEW LEWMARS *****
***** NEW BOTTOM PAINT 9/19 *****
The Stellar 52 Center Cockpit LADY MINA is a vessel with a distinguished pedigree. A rare collaboration between the famed architects of Sparkman & Stephens and West Coast designer Bob Perry affords Lady Mina exceptional performance, a spacious and no-nonsense center-cockpit deck layout and roomy and comfortable 3-cabin accommodations below.
The Stellar 52 was named Boat of the Year in the Deck Saloon/Pilothouse category by Cruising World magazine in 2002 at Annapolis Show. The 52's styling, interior design and joinery, systems, hardware, rigging and equipment were praised as comparable to competitors costing up to twice the price. She sails well in all conditions and offers a sea kindly motion and excellent directional stability in heavier offshore weather. There is a stepped transom/swim platform, and large comfortable cockpit with excellent visibility from the helm.
LADY MINA is well equipped for cruising with all the luxury builder options including Leisure Furl stowboom, generator, reverse cycle AC, 4 electric winches, and state-of-the-art electronic package.
On deck is a spacious cockpit with excellent 360 degree visibility from the helm. The exquisite cherry woodwork and quality construction and systems are the work of her experienced builder Grand Harbor. LADY MINA is ready to go to sea. She has made 6 roundtrips from Hilton Head to Cape Cod, crossed the Atlantic and pulled into 40 ports in France and Italy.
|Water Tank Capacity:||140 Gallons|
|Fuel Tank Capacity:||260 Gallons|
|Holding Tank Capacity:||30 Gallons|
|Number of Engines:||1|
|Engine Hours:||3700 Hours|
The large raised salon has an L-shaped settee to port with dining table and additional settee to starboard. The raised trunk cabin with side windows and (3) forward windows significantly enhances natural light in the salon. There are shelves and lockers outboard of each settee with a built-in entertainment center and additional storage outboard of the settee backrests. Top grain leather upholstery covers the settees and custom navigation seat. Forward of the salon are two guest cabins and additional head. The forward VIP guest cabin features a centerline queen berth and the port guest cabin has upper and lower berths
The navigation center is aft of the port salon seating and includes built-in console for electronics and AC/DC electric breaker panel and a comfortable upholstered seat. The deck also works well as a ship's office. The galley is in the starboard passageway and includes front loading refrigeration and deep freezer. There is an inboard counter with double stainless sinks and storage lockers. Outboard is the gimbaled stainless stove with oven and additional counter space. All counters are Corian and have lockers above and below.
The master stateroom is aft and features a centerline queen with seating area adjacent to starboard of the birth. There are hanging lockers, numerous drawers and additional locker space to port opposite the seat. The ensuite head has separate stall shower.
Interior Highlights: Custom cherry interior (light South American cherry for vertical bulkheads and doors with darker American cherry for frames and moldings). All joinery work is of yacht quality finish with either gloss or satin finishes. Salon window shades and designer leather fabrics for all seating areas. Main salon headliner and under deck lights have dimmer controls,custom push button latches for all doors and drawers. Porcelain sinks in heads. Panasonic 15" flat screen television and DVD. Five Hella turbo 12 volt fans. New custom made bed and pillow covers.
Yanmar 85 hp diesel (4JH2-UTBE). Grohe fixtures; all copper fresh water piping; Forespar Marelon through hull fitting valves that do not require bonding; 110 volt and engine water heater.
12 Volt DC and 110 volt AC electric systems with breaker panels; Copper grounding strips running full hull length connected to external Zinc anodes; complete bonding system.
Hand lay up, solid hull construction with longitudinal stringers per side for additional stiffness. Hull scantlings in excess of ABS offshore standards. Vinylester resin used in three outer laminations improving water resistance and layers of E Glass reinforcement are incorporated for added strength. Internal lead ballast. Watertight bulkheads fore and aft. Hull below water line has gel shield treatment. Massive solid bronze skeg for rudder protection.
The inward-turning integral hull flange provides a well-protected shelf to which the deck is mechanically fastened and laminated. The long, low-aspect-ratio shoal fin keel is flared at the base and made of the same material as the hull. The thick FRP laminate encapsulates 12,000 pounds of lead ballast. The rudder is protected by a full length skeg.
Deck is fiberglass balsa sandwich construction for stiffness and insulation. All areas of the deck with through bolted fittings are solid laminates with backing plates. Teak decking including side decks, cockpit seating and cockpit floor.
Forespar keel stepped aluminum painted mast with double spreaders; four internal halyards; oversize 1 x 19 discontinuous wire rigging w/Norseman fittings; Navtec stainless steel turnbuckles. Spinnaker equipment package including mast mounted pole, all blocks, halyards and custom bow and tack control. Wichard quick adjusting inner forestay connection.
All Lewmar winches:
LADY MINA is one of the strongest, best finished contemporary semi custom raised salon yachts listed for sale. She is fast, set up to sail shorthanded and offers an exceptionally good motion at sea. Sparkman & Stephens designed her for extended passagemaking and comfortable liveaboard. LADY MINA has all the luxury yacht systems including generator, reverse cycle A/C, Leisure Furl stow boom, and watermaker.