Last Dollar | Hylas 56' 2013

Muskegon, MI
$1,050,000


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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: Last Dollar
Builder: Hylas
Model: 56
Year: 2013
Location: Muskegon, MI
Asking Price: $1,050,000
Designer: German Frers
Hull Material: Fiberglass
 

LAST DOLLAR is among the finest examples of the renowned Hylas 56 ever constructed and is the third new Hylas commissioned by her highly experienced owner. Always kept on the freshwater of Lake Michigan and stored away for 6 months out of the year, LAST DOLLAR has seen exceptionally light use, has never been cruised hard, and has enjoyed the attention of a professional maintenance program since new.

The Hylas 56 was designed by German Frers and built by one of the world’s most experienced semi-custom yacht builders; Queen Long Marine exclusively for Hylas Yachts. With a three cabin, two head configuration, exquisite teak joinery and raised panel cabinetry finished with a hand rubbed satin varnish, and a high gloss varnished teak and holly sole. LAST DOLLAR is a yacht designed and ready for long distance cruising.  Her equipment and amenities are second to none and upon inspection will be found to be superior to any current offering in her class.

Highlights Include:

  • Very low hours on the 110 HP Yanmar (320 hrs.) and 9kW Northern Lights generator (110 hrs.)
  • Always freshwater and kept on the Great Lakes, stored on the hard for 6 months a year
  • Desirable shoal draft keel
  • Low maintenance fiberglass decks with stainless-steel handrails – Minimal exterior teak
  • Simpson polished stainless-steel electric davits
  • Side Power bow thruster with joystick controls
  • Well-equipped galley with high efficiency refrigerator and freezer, U-Line ice maker, and Isotherm pullout beverage chiller
  • Full compliment of cruising electronics and communication equipment, B&G/Simrad with AIS, DSC VHF, SSB radio with Pactor III modem, autopilot with wireless remote, sonar module, and multifunction displays at the helm and navigation station
  • Full length bimini, dodger, and connector with enclosure built by Andy’s Canvas in Fort Lauderdale
  • Top-of-the-line Doyle Carbon sails in excellent condition
  • Freshwater electric flush toilets in the heads
  • 3-Zone CruiseAir air conditioning and reverse cycle heat
  • Exquisite, raised panel interior and tucked Oyster Ultraleather upholstery with numerous custom aesthetic details
  • Solid teak and holly cabin sole finished with high gloss varnish
  • Bristol condition stem to stern!

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Dimensions

Length: 56'
Beam: 15' 10
Draft: 6' 4
Water Tank Capacity: 280 Gallons
Fuel Tank Capacity: 275 Gallons
Holding Tank Capacity: 27+37 Gallons
Engine Manufacturer: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4JH
Power: 110 HP
Number of Engines: 1
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 320 Hours

Interior Accommodations & Features

Interior Styling and Features:

  • Solid teak and holly cabin sole with a high gloss varnish finish and substantial subflooring for reducing ambient noise. Positive locking cabin sole pieces for offshore passagemaking.
  • Raised panel cabinetry and hanging lockers with cedar lined interior and automatic LED lighting
  • Passageways and doors styled with architectural discontinuous arches and custom millwork
  • Teak façade along the interior coach roof throughout the salon, navigation station, galley, and master stateroom as opposed to the standard headliner material found on most Hylas 56
  • Continuous teak handrails to port and starboard, as well as overhead in the main salon
  • Interior joinery finished with hand rubbed satin varnish
  • Tucked Oyster Ultraleather upholstery
  • Corian countertops with fiddled edges in the galley and heads
  • Custom Handcraft mattresses in the master and forward VIP stateroom and Latex foam mattress in the portside guest cabin
  • Lee cloths and padeyes installed in the main salon starboard settee, guest cabin, and master stateroom
  • Forward and aft head soles are molded non-skid white fiberglass for easy clean-up
  • All lighting is LED – including overhead recessed lights, curtesy footlights, and bulkhead mounted reading lamps
  • Teak trimmed Manship stainless steel low-profile opening deck hatches with dropdown screens and OceanAir shades
  • Manship stainless steel opening portlights with screens
  • Dorade vents for natural airflow
  • Caframo 12V DC 2-speed fans located throughout the yacht

Main Salon

The main salon of LAST DOLLAR features a full size settee to starboard which pulls out an additional 9” to convert to a large single sea berth or comfortable lounge. To port, an L-Shaped settee surrounds a custom Burled wood salon table which expands to a dining table with the leaf insert and specially designed canting base.  The table base incorporates a U-line icemaker. Outboard of both settees are raised panel cabinets with bookshelves and fixed portlights providing oceanscapes views when seated.  Overhead, are two opening deck hatches with dropdown screens and OceanAir shades all trimmed to match the interior teak.  The raised salon window surrounds were specified by the owner to include a teak façade as opposed to the standard headliner finish found on most Hylas 56.

  • Raised panel cabinetry with concealed hinges, nickel plated latches, and furniture grade joinery attractively finished with and rubbed satin varnish
  • Solid teak and holly cabin sole with high gloss varnish finish
  • Burled wood salon table with removeable center leaf and custom solid teak base with integrated U-Line ice maker plumbed to the filtered freshwater system
  • Salon settees designed with extra depth for added comfort and upholstered with Oyster Ultraleather
  • Two folding teak stools with Oyster Ultraleather upholstery for additional seating around the salon table, or which convert to cocktail tables
  • Custom fiddled shelfs along the ends of the starboard settees with tall narrow cabinets below
  • Custom liquor locker forward starboard side above the settee
  • Masthead locker with shelves integrated into the teak mast warp
  • Bookshelves with adjustable fiddles outboard of the port and starboard settees
  • Teak handrails port and starboard, as well as overhead the main salon
  • Two opening deck hatches with dropdown screens, OceanAir shades, and teak trim
  • Two fixed stainless steel portholes providing Oceanscape views when seated
  • CruiseAir air conditioning and reverse cycle heat
  • 12V DC Caframo 2-speed fans on the forward bulkhead
  • Lee cloths installed on the starboard settee
  • LED overhead lighting and Red LED curtesy footlight
  • LED reading lamps
  • 110VAC and 12VDC outlets

Forward VIP Stateroom

The owner of LAST DOLLAR is accustomed to entertaining and therefore the VIP accommodations on the yacht were specifically configured to maximize the comfort of guests, provide an abundance of storage, and enable seclusion and self sufficiency when desired.  Guests will appreciate the added luxury of the raised panel joinery, private access to the ensuite forward head with separate stall shower, and the island style centerline berth that rivals the master on most yachts.

At the head of the berth and flanking either side are two end tables with fiddled trim. Above and outboard of the berth are five raised panel cabinets with surprising depth. At the foot of the berth is a double door cabinet.  To starboard is a tall louvred hanging locker with cedar trim and automatic LED lighting. To port, a louvered locker with shelf and bank of three drawers below. Ventilation and natural light is excellent with two opening Manship portlights and a teak trimmed deck hatch.  On the forward bulkhead are two LED reading lamps, aft are two 12V DC 2-speed fans.

  • Raised panel cabinetry with concealed hinges, nickel plated latches, and furniture grade joinery attractively finished with and rubbed satin varnish.
  • Cabinets outboard and above the berth, tall louvered hanging locker to starboard, locker and three drawers to port, and double cabinet at the foot of the berth.
  • Solid teak and holly cabin sole with high gloss varnish finish
  • Custom Handcraft mattress
  • Small dressing seat with Oyster Ultraleather upholstery
  • End tables at the head of the berth, port and starboard with fiddled edges
  • Teak handrails port and starboard
  • Opening deck hatch with dropdown screen, OceanAir shade, and teak trim
  • CruiseAir air conditioning and reverse cycle heat
  • Hinged lift-top access under the berth for easy access to systems
  • 12V DC Caframo 2-speed fans at the foot of the berth
  • LED overhead lighting and Red LED curtesy footlight
  • LED reading lamps on the forward bulkhead
  • 110VAC outlets

Forward Head with Ensuite Access

  • Platinum Corian countertop with teak fiddles incorporating a white single basin sink with a cabinet below
  • White molded non-skid floor and Formica walls for easy clean-up
  • Three teak trimmed beveled mirrors with medicine cabinets
  • Raritan Marine Elegance freshwater electric flush toilet
  • 37 gallon holding tank with tank monitor, electric macerator pump, pump out system, and dual “Y-Valve” enabling overboard discharge
  • Separate stall shower with fold down teak seat
  • Dedicated sump and automatic shower drain
  • Teak trimmed smoked acrylic shower door
  • Opening Manship stainless steel portlight
  • Teak trimmed opening deck hatch with dropdown screen
  • Air conditioning and reverse cycle heat from the forward cabin
  • White 12V DC Caframo 2-speed fan
  • 110VAC GFI outlet

Port Guest Cabin

  • The port guest cabin features a unique custom pullout berth that can be converted from a single to a full-size double, enabling suitable accommodations for two. Storage is excellent with a row of deep cabinets outboard of the berth and several lockers beneath.
  • Raised panel cabinetry with concealed hinges, nickel plated latches, and furniture grade joinery attractively finished with and rubbed satin varnish.
  • Cabinets outboard and above the berth, two medium cabinets fore and aft under the berth with a large double door cabinet between
  • Solid teak and holly cabin sole with high gloss varnish finish
  • Custom Latex mattress and expandable insert
  • Opening deck hatch with dropdown screen, OceanAir shade, and teak trim
  • CruiseAir air conditioning and reverse cycle heat
  • Pre-plumbed and wired for water maker installation
  • 12V DC Caframo 2-speed fan
  • LED overhead lighting and Red LED curtesy footlight
  • LED reading lamp
  • 110VAC outlets

Master Stateroom

With the beam of the Hylas 56 carried well aft, and the improved design in comparison to the Hylas 54, the master stateroom of LAST DOLLAR is especially large and spacious.  The centerline island queen berth has a width of 64” and length of 80” and is very comfortable thanks to the custom Handcraft mattress.  Overhead, a large deck hatch with OceanAir shade and drop-down teak screen, as well as four opening portlights, and two fixed portholes provide excellent natural light and ventilation.

Storage for the owner’s personal effects is superb with his and hers tall hanging lockers with louvered doors, two banks of drawers and cabinets on either side, and a bank of four drawers at the foot of the berth. Flanking the berth are end tables with fiddled shelves that wrap around to the sides of the cabin. One great feature of the master stateroom is the sizeable ensuite private head with large separate stall shower.

  • Centerline queen island style berth (64” x 80”)
  • Solid teak and holly cabin sole with high gloss varnish finish
  • Raised panel passageway and door with architectural discontinuous curve
  • Custom Handcraft mattress
  • End tables at the head of the berth, port and starboard with fiddled edges
  • Teak handrails port and starboard
  • Opening deck hatch with dropdown screen, OceanAir shade, and teak trim
  • CruiseAir air conditioning and reverse cycle heat
  • 12V DC Caframo 2-speed fans at the head of the berth
  • LED overhead lighting and Red LED curtesy footlight
  • LED reading lamps on the aft bulkhead
  • 110VAC outlets

Aft Master Head with Ensuite Access

  • Platinum Corian countertops with fiddles
  • Raritan Marine Elegance freshwater electric flush toilet
  • 27 gallon holding tank with tank monitor, electric macerator pump, and dual “Y-Valve”
  • Full-size dressing mirror mounted to the inside of the head door
  • White Caframo 2-speed 12V fan
  • Separate stall shower with dedicated sump and automatic shower drain
  • Teak trimmed acrylic shower door
  • Two opening Manship stainless steel portlights
  • Large linen closet with pre-plumbing for future washer/dryer installation

Galley

With an emphasis toward comfort and functionality, the galley aboard LAST DOLLAR is well suited for long distance voyaging or entertaining in the harbor. The galley features exceptional refrigerator and freezer space that is accessible from the front and topsides, each with independent digital controls efficient 12V DC Frigoboat units. There is also an Isotherm pullout beverage chiller, U-Line icemaker (located beneath salon table), Force 10 3-burner LPG stove with oven and broiler, and a Panasonic 1200W microwave.

  • Sahara Corian countertops with teak fiddles
  • Substantially insulated refrigerator and freezer boxes with both top and front load access, double sealed gaskets, and independent digital temperature controls
  • Frigoboat 12 volt DC refrigeration and freezer units with independent digital controls
  • Isotherm beverage cooler
  • U-Line icemaker located beneath the salon table
  • 3-Burner LPG Force 10 stove with oven and broiler
  • Panasonic 1200W microwave
  • Custom cabinet with slide-out shelf for coffee maker
  • Pullout cutting board with adjacent countertop knife rack and pullout rubbish bin below

Entertainment System

  • Fusion stereo system with wireless remote, iDevice adapter, Aux, FM/AM, and SirriusXM radio
  • Three zone entertainment system (main salon, master stateroom, and cockpit) with independent volume controls
  • Fusion stereo speakers in the main salon, aft master stateroom, and cockpit
  • Samsung TVs mounted to the forward bulkhead of the main salon and forward bulkhead of the master stateroom, integrated with the yachts entertainment system and pre-wired by Hylas for Cat5, HDMI, and A/C wiring
  • Glomex Digital Marine mast mounted digital TV antenna

 

Navigation & Communication

Navigation Station

The navigation station aboard LAST DOLLAR is configured with an L-shaped desk which incorporates a specially designed computer desk against the aft bulkhead and an outboard facing chart table with bi-fold top.  The cabinetry and drawers are configured to maximize storage space and functionality. For comfort, and to enable unrestricted access to the portside of the mechanical compartment, there is a swingout adjustable navigators chair trimmed with Oyster Ultraleather.

  • B&G Zeus 12” chartplotter and radar
  • ICOM M604 VHF radio with DSC and integrated with Class B AIS
  • ICOM M802 SSB radio with AT-140 automatic tuner and Pactor III modem
  • Wema tank monitor
  • Wireless B&G autopilot remote

Cockpit and Helm

  • B&G Zeus 12” chartplotter and radar
  • B&G Triton autopilot control head
  • B&G Triton multifunction displays overhead the companionway
  • B&G Triton T-41 masthead transducer and wind instrumentation
  • ICOM Command Mic III integrated with the M604 VHF radio
  • 5” Ritche binnacle with LED backlight

Navigation Equipment

  • B&G Triton autopilot with Navico AC 42 course computer and RF300 rudder feedback sensor
  • Mamba direct drive autopilot unit
  • B&G Wireless autopilot remote
  • B&G Broadband 4G HD mast mounted radar
  • B&G ZG50 16 channel GPS
  • Simrad NAIS-300 Class B AIS transceiver
  • Simrad BSM-1 sonar module and 600W transducer

 

Construction and Key Features of The Hull & Deck

Hull Features

The hull of LAST DOLLAR features solid, hand laid, Twaron carbon aramid fiber reinforced GRP utilizing Vinylester resins and Isophthalic gelcoat.  Epoxy Interprotect and an additional three coats of bottom paint ensures superior protection against osmosis.  The hull design incorporates two watertight bulkheads: a collision bulkhead forward at the bow, and a watertight stern section across the aft lazarettes.  The hull is finished with white Awlgrip, Flag Blue cove and double boot stripe.

  • Twaron carbon aramid fiber reinforced GRP hull with Vinylester resins and Isophthalic gelcoat
  • White Awlgrip hull paint with Flag Blue cove and boot stripes
  • Epoxy barrier and interprotect followed by three coats of bottom paint
  • Solid teak rub rail with stainless steel half-round striker
  • Highly desired shoal draft keel
  • Solid lead keel with 316L stainless steel 35 mm keel bolts and transverse mounted 8 mm backing plates
  • Side Power bow thruster with joystick controls at the helm
  • Partial skegged rudder with the bottom of the rudder plane designed to be above the lowest point of the keel for grounding protection

Deck Features

The deck of LAST DOLLAR is constructed of hand-laid laminates with a ¾ inch end-grain balsa core.  In areas of high stress, such as where deck fittings are taking compressive or tensile loads, the deck is solid fiberglass.  The hull to deck joint is both chemically bonded with 3M 5200 and mechanically fastened with stainless steel through bolts.  The bow is well protected with a sturdy 316 stainless steel stem fitting with striker plate and double bow roller, a signature feature of every Hylas Yacht.

  • White Awlgrip painted hull with a Flag Blue cove stripe and double boot stripe
  • Fiberglass decks with contrasting Linen Beige molded non-skid surface
  • Teak toe rail with integrated stainless steel fairleads
  • Stainless steel pushpit with solid transom boarding gate, integrated life raft cradle, and side rails that extend to the midship boarding gates for safety and security when moving about the yacht
  • Stainless steel pulpit
  • Stainless steel handrails on the foredeck, coach roof, and aft coach roof
  • Dorade boxes on the foredeck with stainless steel cowlings and rails for natural ventilation
  • Simpson stainless steel electric davits
  • Fresh and saltwater washdown at the bow with independent Jabsco pumps
  • Double bow roller integrated into the stainless steel stem head fitting with striker plate on the hull and deck
  • 6 Pair of 12” stainless steel mooring cleats – two pair at the bow, mid-ship, and stern
  • Heavy-duty stanchions constructed of 1 ¼” stainless steel, substantially backed and 32” tall with ¼” uncoated stainless steel double lifelines for safety and security at sea
  • Midship boarding gates to port and starboard with removable stainless steel and teak ladder
  • Six Manship stainless steel low profile deck hatches with smoked acrylic lenses
  • Manship stainless steel opening portlights
  • Transom LED courtesy lights on the swim platform steps
  • Swim platform hot and cold freshwater shower
  • Folding swim ladder

Topside Storage

  • Large lazarettes located port and starboard, each with teak slat subfloors, substantial direct overboard drains
  • Full beam transom garage with independent bilge pump
  • Very large, full beam, bilge depth sail locker forward of the collision bulkhead
  • Large, divided anchor locker for organization and storage of the primary and secondary ground tackle with additional storage for lines and fenders
  • All deck compartments and lazarettes have integral gutters with direct overboard drains and can be sealed watertight with dual Baily latches
  • Anchoring and Mooring
  • Maxwell 2500 electric windlass with controls at the bow and in the cockpit
  • Polished stainless steel Ultra 77 lb primary anchor with 300’ 3/8” galvanized chain
  • Polished stainless-steel Spade 55 lb secondary anchor with chain and rode
  • Four stern cleats
  • Four mid-ship cleats
  • Four bow cleats
  • Dock lines and fenders

Helm Station

  • Lewmar Royale pedestal
  • Lewmar stainless steel destroyer style wheel with leather wrap and locking hub
  • Windlass controls
  • Bow thruster joystick controls
  • B&G Zeus 12” chartplotter and radar
  • B&G Triton autopilot control head
  • B&G Triton multifunction displays overhead the companionway
  • B&G Triton T-41 masthead transducer and wind instrumentation
  • ICOM Command Mic III integrated with the M604 VHF radio
  • 5” Ritche binnacle with LED backlight

Cockpit Features

  • High gloss varnished solid teak cockpit table with dual leaves, integrated beverage cooler, and four beverage holders
  • Yanmar engine control panel with instrumentation and both visual and audible alarms
  • Topside control panel for exterior lighting, bilge pump system, and engine room blower
  • Cockpit hot and cold freshwater shower with pull out faucet
  • Cockpit sole and seating finished in bonded teak planking with black caulking
  • Tan Sunbrella cockpit dodger, connector, and full length bimini top with Eisenglass windows and enclosure constructed by Andy’s Canvas in Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  • Dodger and bimini frame constructed of 316 1 ¼” stainless steel tubing
  • LED Blue/White overhead bimini lights
  • Tan Sunbrella canvas covers for deck hardware, hatches, and helm
  • Cockpit cushions upholstered with Light Beige Sunbrella fabric with white piping
  • Three Wichard padeyes for harness hardpoints
  • Fusion cockpit stereo speakers integrated with the yachts entertainment system
  • 12VDC outlet

 

Rigging & Sails

Spars and Rigging

  • Keel stepped Selden triple spreader aluminum mast with electric in-mast furling mainsail
  • Selden boom featuring built-in preventor with cockpit controls enabling easy deployment
  • Split backstay with SSB insulator and antenna
  • Selden spinnaker pole with vertical stow package on the mast
  • 1x19 Stainless steel wire standing rigging with Norseman fittings and forward and aft lowers

Winches and Sail Control

  • Selden electric in-mast furling mainsail
  • Antal W66 w-speed electric self-tailing primary winches
  • Antal W52 2-speed self-tailing secondary winches (port: electric, starboard: manual)
  • Antal W48 2-speed self-tailing cockpit winch
  • Antal W48 2-speed self-tailing halyard winches on the mast
  • Electric winch and mainsail furling push button controls in the cockpit coaming
  • Selden Rodkicker boom vang
  • Selden Furlex 400S furling genoa and staysail with furling lines led to the cockpit
  • Harken stand up blocks for the asymmetrical spinnaker and runners
  • Lewmar line clutches
  • Antal cheek blocks
  • Antal genoa and staysail tracks with adjustable cars
  • Selden blocks
  • Dyneema running backstays
  • Spare halyards

Sail Plan

The in-mast furling mainsail and RF genoa are constructed from high performance cruising fabrics using carbon fiber in the load bearing direction and Technora in the off thread line direction for a truly rugged sail plan designed for offshore bluewater sailing.  These fabrics have double polyester Taffeta on the outside of the fabric, which is ideal for durability, chafe prevention, and preventing UV degradation. 

The RF Staysail is made of 10.3 oz Dacron, knowing it would do double duty for double headsail reaching and heavy air sailing.  The mainsail has full length vertical battens reinforced for reefing.  The RF genoa is a higher clewed 130% genoa reinforced for reefing, this is great as you can see underneath it, as well as avoid having waves blasting the shape of the sail from the foot as they break over the bow. 

The sails on LAST DOLLAR were planned and developed in conjunction with the owner and manufacturer under the advisement of longtime Hylas sail maker Peter Grimm, Jr. These sails were built for serious bluewater cruising and have been meticulously cared for.

  • Doyle Carbon mainsail
  • Doyle Carbon 130% genoa with high clew and white Sunbrella UV cover
  • Doyle Dacron 10.3 oz. staysail with white Sunbrella UV cover
  • Doyle 1.5 oz asymmetrical spinnaker with ATM sock

 

Systems

Engine and Mechanical Systems

  • Yanmar 4JH 110 HP turbo diesel common rail engine – ONLY 320 HOURS
  • 3-Zone CruiseAir air conditioning and reverse cycle heat
  • Sidepower bow thruster with helm joystick controls
  • Dual Racor fuel filtration system for the main engine includes bypass and Walbro in-line auxiliary fuel transfer pump enabling isolated filtration, fuel polishing, and bleeding of the fuel system after encountering a dry tank
  • Racor fuel filtration for the Northern Lights generator
  • Electric oil change pump plumbed to the main engine, transmission, and generator
  • Maxwell 4-blade propeller
  • PSS dripless shaft seal
  • Lewmar Mamba solid linkage steering system
  • Morse single lever throttle linkage to protect against high RPM gear shifting
  • Pre-plumbed and wired for water maker and washer/dryer installation

Plumbing and Tankage

  • Custom plumbed with added Y-Valves installed on the seacocks for the main engine, generator, air conditioning, bow washdown pump, and both heads to enable easy winterization of the plumbing of the yacht
  • Wema tank monitor for the freshwater and fuel system
  • Two independent freshwater pumps
  • Fuel and water tanks are constructed of high quality stainless steel with baffles, vents, and quick access inspection ports for cleaning and maintenance
  • Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pump
  • Primary and secondary independent automatic bilge pumps
  • Freshwater System: Four tanks, 280 gallon total capacity
  • Fuel System: Four tanks, 275 gallon total capacity
  • Black Water: Two independent tanks, 27 gallons aft head, 37 gallons forward head
  • Electric freshwater flush toilets in each head, each with dedicated macerator pump for direct discharge
  • Transom hot and cold freshwater shower
  • Cockpit hot and cold freshwater shower
  • Fresh and saltwater anchor washdown with independent pumps
  • 110VAC / Engine driven water heater
  • Groco sea strainers and bronze thru-hull fittings integrated into the yachts bonding system

Electrical System

  • 220/110V 50 amp AC and 24/12V DC electrical configuration
  • Northern Lights 9kW generator – ONLY 110 HOURS
  • Remote generator start panel located at the navigation station
  • Battery Banks
    • 12V House: Lifeline AGM 8D batteries (4) – 1,020 amp/hrs
    • 12V Engine Start: Lifeline AGM 4D battery
    • 12V Generator Start: Lifeline AGM 4D battery
    • 24V Windlass/Bow Thruster: Lifeline AGM 8D batteries (2)
  • Mastervolt Mass Combi 12V/3000W 160A Inverter/Charger for the house battery bank
  • Mastervolt charger dedicated to the starting banks
  • Mastervolt battery monitor at the navigation station
  • Primary Balmar High Output 150A alternator with 3-stage regulator dedicated to house battery bank
  • Secondary alternator dedicated to starting banks
  • Battery isolator and main breakers for all primary circuits with reverse isolation protection
  • Tie switch for the house and starting battery banks
  • All battery banks are self-contained, individually strapped, and secured
  • Bonding system consisting of two 3” copper strips integrated into the hull and running the length of the yacht which are then grounded to the vessels bronze thru-hull fittings
  • DEI Galvanic isolator
  • 12VDC and 110VDC outlets located throughout the yacht, GFI where necessary
  • LED Masthead tricolor and anchor light, navigational lighting, and foredeck light
  • LED interior overhead and reading lights

 

Additional Equipment

Safety Equipment

  • MOB module mounted on pushpit railing
  • Horseshoe style throwable with heaving line
  • Flare kit
  • Winslow 6-man life raft cradle integrated into the pushpit
  • Fireboy Xintex SA-2 marine fume detector and smoke detectors
  • Fireboy automatic fire suppression system in the engine compartment
  • Whale Gusher 10 manual bilge pump
  • Fire extinguishers

Other Items

  • Welded steel full-size transportation and storage cradle
  • Full-size canvas faircloth storage cover custom built for the Hylas 56
  • Exclusions include the owner’s personal items and art collection

 

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