Artemis | Sundeer 64' 1993

Fort Lauderdale, FL

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Yacht Name: Artemis
Builder: Sundeer
Model: Pilothouse 64
Year: 1993
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Hull Material: Fiberglass

The legendary Sundeer 64, Artemis, is on the market for the first time since 2009.  The Sundeers, built at TPI in Rhode Island and designed and engineered by Steve and Linda Dashew, changed the thinking of so many long-distance sailors.  They are overbuilt to an extreme, yet famous for fast and comfortable passages.  The interiors are designed for real-world cruising, with functional and safe living areas, watertight compartments, and accessible machinery, combined with a simple and sophisticated finish.  This all-latitude voyager is ready for a new owner to take over and further the adventure!

From the description by Steve and Linda Dashew:  The Sundeer 64 is designed as a no-compromise, long-range cruising vessel for shorthanded sailing.  Moderate of beam, with an extremely long waterline, state of the art systems and construction, fore and aft watertight bulkheads, with fuel and water transferable from side to side for increased sailing stiffness, and a hull which is almost fully balanced as it heels through normal sailing range together create what is the finest production cruising boat ever to set sail.

Because the hull of the Sundeer 64 is so easily driven, a modest sail plan makes for very quick passages.  The ketch rig, for instance, has a mainmast which is just 64 feet off the water.  Yet this small sail plan will easily power you to 240 to 260 mile days in tradewind conditions.

Can a couple handle a Sundeer 64?  This is a question asked by most of our clients.  The first issue is handling the boat offshore, and here rig and hull efficiency comes into play.  The fact that the Sundeer 64 needs so little sail area, relative to its size and stability, to make quick passages, means you are in effect already shortened down the first notch ahead of the weather.  When other boats are getting ready to reef, we're just hitting our stride.  And in conditions where you want to shorten down ahead of weather, so that the boat is really under-powered, you can still make good progress.  

A bluewater passagemaker in a class by itself. 


Length: 64'
Beam: 15' 1
Draft: 6' 6
Water Tank Capacity: 550 Gallons
Fuel Tank Capacity: 350 Gallons
Engine Manufacturer: Yanmar
Engine Model: 4LH
Power: 160 HP
Number of Engines: 1
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 4407 Hours


As in all Sundeers, the forward area stateroom is the Master Stateroom.  Why put the Master forward instead of aft, where it is usually found?  For real-world offshore cruising, it makes complete sense. 

When in port, you are usually on the hook.  Unless there is a strong current in the harbor, your bow is pointing straight into the wind.  So, the best breezes will be in the forward areas.  And this stateroom is actually a very great one at sea too, unlike many other bow staterooms.  Here’s why:  the forward section of the hull is a sail locker and watertight bulkhead, moving the forward-most stateroom fairly far aft.  The mainmast actually is stepped beneath the floor in the Master, so this area is the center of motion as well – which makes it an excellent sea berth.  So, not only do you get the best air in the Master Stateroom, but this stateroom is often the best berth on a passage too!  There is an en-suite head and shower, with the toilet located near the centerline of the boat.

Two generously sized guest staterooms, each with a double berth, are aft with a 2nd head and shower.

The main saloon/galley/navigation area is approximately 15 feet wide by 18 feet long.  Settees are port and starboard, and they deep enough to make truly comfortable berths when on passage. Above the settees outboard are sea berths for tucking away crew or gear with lee cloths on passages. The salon table, fitted with a removable hand rail on the outside as well as removable fiddle rails on the center and inside, is large enough to seat seven comfortably. 

Aft, on the starboard side, is the navigation and ship’s office. The chart table is large, with plenty of storage under the lift-up lid. There is a chart light that provides white or red light.

The galley is unparalleled.  There is almost 15 feet of linear space, plus an enormous amount of storage.  (More about this in the Galley Section).

  • 2 units of CruiseAir (new 2015) reverse cycle AC and Heat with SMX II electronic thermostat controls
  • Sundeer cabin sole striped with non-skid made from walnut shells to prevent slips
  • Companionway stairs are striped with the same walnut shell non-skid
  • Salon settees in beige leather (new 2015) with rolled backs
  • Updated LED lighting throughout (new 2017). The lights are all on reverse dimmers – they turn on at a lower level and the brightness increases over several seconds. By turning off and back on, you set the brightness to stay at that level. The lights in both heads and above the Nav also have red bulbs for protecting your night vision.
  • Vizio flat screen Television



The galley incorporates almost 15 linear feet of counter space with extra high fiddles for offshore functionality.  The gimbaled stove is positioned so that, at sea, you can cook without standing in front of it.  And there is always furniture to brace yourself against when the boat is heeled – on either tack.  Behind the sink/stove counter are 9.5 feet of lift-up lockers with an equal amount of under-counter storage and an RCA microwave (new 2020). 

On the centerline are the fridge and freezer boxes. The double fridge itself boasts almost 15 cubic feet of storage and is entered from the aft side.  You don’t have to worry about what is going to fall out when you open the door at sea.  There are two sections, top and bottom, with high lips around the doors to reduce cold air spillage when open.  The freezer section is 10 cubic feet in volume and is top-loading, with a double-gasketed door and six inches of insulation.

  • 110v refrigeration compressor (new 2017)
  • Holding plate system for fridge and freezer – entire freezer system replaced in 2016/2017
  • Vantage Marine 25 gallons per hour watermaker, 110v
  • Thor washer/dryer (single unit)
  • 3 burner Force 10 gimbal mounted stove and oven
  • 2 Aluminum 20lb propane tanks w. solenoid control for galley stove
  • 1 Viking composite 17lb propane tank for BBQ Grill
  • Double stainless steel sinks
  • Fresh Water pressurized house system
  • 15 gallon hot water heater, 110v or engine circulation heated



  • Raymarine E120 networked GPS Chartplotter in the cockpit. Raymarine's multifunction display delivers a wide variety of chartplotter functions, along with fishfinder, radar, weather, and video capabilities in a networked navigation system. Constructed with an ultra-bright, sunlight viewable, 12.1-inch color TFT LCD display with 256-colors, a resolution of 800 x 600 pixels, and a built-in graphics coprocessor that delivers maximum display performance and brilliant color video, even in tropical sunlight. Powered by SeaTalk networking at 100 Megabit transfer speeds, with simple, plug-and-play setup that doesn't use IP protocols or require an IT professional. This multifunction display has a complete chartplotter, with features such as head-up, north-up, or course-up charting, relative, true-motion and autozoom functions, and a screen offset for a maximum look-ahead view. The E120's chartplotter features various vessel tracking and man-overboard alarms, radar overlays, multiple motion modes, and tons of chart object information, as well as support for Navionics platinum multi-dimensional chartplotting. The all-in-one E120 multifunction display consumes 20-watts of power via a 12-volt DC power supply, is waterproof to CFR46 standards, and has an operating range of 14- to 122-degrees F. The unit is mounted in an adjustable NavPod waterproof enclosure at the forward end of the cockpit.
  • Raymarine E80 chartplotter is networked via SeaTalk to the E120 and located on the Nav table shelf. Easily viewed from the pilothouse while on watch. Same features and capabilities as the E120 with a more compact design. Also mounted in an adjustable NavPod waterproof enclosure.
  • Raymarine RS150 high performance, 72 channel GPS antenna (new 2020)
  • Raymarine RD424D 4KW 24” Digital Radome – 48 nautical mile range. Exclusive low-noise receiver technology for superior weak target detection. This radar system features two EBLS (Electronic Bearing Lines), two guard zones with selectable sensitivity levels and audible alarms, and MARPA (Mini Automatic Radar Plotting Aid) allowing you to track up to 10 vessels on radar display. An 8-pulse width/ PRF transmitter ensures optimum performance through every range scale and Auto GST™ technology provides intelligent control of gain, sea clutter and tune adjustments automatically. Superior resolution and improved radiation pattern and bearing resolution using Propagation Enhancing Geometry. Advanced microprocessor controlled transmitter receiver provides enhanced targets returns though every range scale.
  • Raymarine DSM300 digital sounder module - Depth Gauge & Fish Finder - Dual frequency operation (200/50 kHz), 1000 or 600 watt available output power, HD Digital Auto Adaptive Gain control (no adjustment required), Digitally Adaptive Transmitter Receiver with infinite receiver bandwidth settings and digital filter, A-Scope (Real-Time Display): Split second real time representation of fish and bottom features passing through the beam of transducer with history of A-Scope represented in standard sounder image scrolling across screen. Includes Zoom Display, Bottom Lock, and White Line features also.
  • SIRIUS Marine Weather SR100 Module with new Shakespeare Low Pro satellite antenna (2020). High quality and comprehensive weather information. The Raymarine navigation display shows and animates weather forecasts, weather radar, surface pressure, and wind forecasts. It also provides local weather reports by zone (inshore, coastal & offshore), buoy and weather station reports, marine warnings, tropical statements, graphical stormcast predictions and watchbox warnings.
  • Raymarine AIS 650 Class B Transceiver - Dual-channel receiver provides fast acquisition and tracking of both Class A and Class B AIS targets, important when tracking fast-moving Class B vessels like speedboats, small commercial powerboats, and small fast ferries. Transmits AIS Class B data. Receive and display AIS data on radar or chartplotter screen. Silent Mode allows you to switch off the AIS transmitter. Exclusive Buddy Tracking feature allows you to save AIS targets of interest with a special icon and “friendly” name.
  • Raymarine ST 60+ Wind Instrument - The pointer shows the true or apparent wind direction in a full 360°. The digital display shows: True/apparent wind speed, Velocity made good (VMG), Tack heading, Maximum wind speed and Wind alarm data.
  • Raymarine LifeTag Wireless Man Overboard System with 4 tags – the lightweight radio frequency tag pendants can be worn as a watch or attached to your lifejacket harness. When any tag exceeds roughly 30 feet from the base station, a loud alarm is generated. A GPS point is automatically generated on the nav map screen indicating lat/lon and making it the target waypoint on all chartplotters, while also zooming in the screen resolution to best help the boat to return to the location of the man overboard event. There is also a button to activate the alarm in case of emergency to alert all the crew. (New LifeTag pendant batteries 2021)
  • (2) original equipment B&G Hydra 2 Depth/Speed/Wind displays mounted in the cockpit and pilothouse, showing water depth for back-up depth indicator
  • ICOM M-604 VHF DSC radio in pilothouse - Flagship radio in Icom’s line. Output power: 25W. Hailer: 30W listen back hailer w Foghorn Built-in (requires external speaker). GPS: external GPS/NAV interface. IPX7 waterproof. Large LCD display. Dual/tri-watch function for monitoring Ch.16 and/or call channel. Weather & alert channels. Built-in ITU Class D DSC.
  • Two ICOM M36 handheld VHF radios - noise canceling, 6 watts RF output, floating, waterproof IPX7 submersible, scan, weather alert, dual and Tri watch
  • WH autopilot fully tested and rebuilt by manufacturer in 2018, with new wiring harness, fluxgate compass and remote rudder angle indicator. Original unit and spec’d for the Sundeer.
  • Icom M700Pro SSB Radio Telephone (international version, full radio spectrum access) at Nav table. Remote antenna tuner mounted in the transom next to the Shakespeare 23’ SSB Whip antenna. Copper grounding strip from tuner mounted on the aft inner hull. Radio communications have been established with SailMail ground stations from Maine to Panama to Dubai to Australia, and many other stations in between.
  • Pactor email modem attached to Icom SSB for receiving and transmitting email and weather transmissions via SailMail at the nav table.
  • Sony laptop operating on Windows XP and running SailMail, which coordinates SSB signal acquisition to ground stations globally, interfacing via the Pactor modem to communicate over high frequency radio airwaves. Laptop also can interface with Raymarine system for various tracking and monitoring functions.
  • Furuno GPS Navigator at Nav table. Original unit, secondary back-up GPS use if needed.
  • Kenwood Stereo receiver (new 2018) with 10-disc Kenwood CD changer & JBL 200-watt amplifier (running 4x37 at 4 ohms).
  • 2 Polk Audio Atrium speakers (new 2020) in the salon and 2 Bose 151 Indoor/Outdoor speakers mounted on swiveling posts in the pilothouse for directing speakers aft into the cockpit.


Sails & Rigging

The design philosophy for the rig on the Sundeer 64 is both simple and groundbreaking at the same time.  The main mast is just 64 feet off the water, allowing her to transit the intracoastal waterway.  Because the hull is so easily driven, the sail area can be modest and still produce regular 240 to 260 mile days in trade wind conditions.  Since she is designed to be fully operable by a couple, the sails can be handled easily by a couple.  The size of the mainsail is modest and easily raised and doused with the aid of an electric winch. 

From the designers, Steve and Linda Dashew: “The first issue is handling the boat offshore, and here rig and hull efficiency come into play.  The fact that the Sundeer 64 needs so little sail area relative to its size and stability to make quick passages, means you are in effect already shortened down the first notch ahead of the weather.  When other boats are getting ready to reef, we’re just hitting our stride.  And in conditions where you want to shorten down ahead of weather, so that the boat is really under-powered, you can still make good progress.”  Speed is safety.  The weather “window” needed for a comfortable passage doesn’t need to be open for long if you are sailing a Sundeer 64.

The main and mizzen together have over 1700 square feet of sail, easily driving this hull without the headsail. 

So much of the Sundeer 64’s sail area is in the mainsail and the mizzen, they will sail quite efficiently without a headsail.  The ketch rig configuration is based on the Dashew’s original personal Sundeer 67.  Both the main and mizzen have large roaches.  These are extremely efficient configurations and generate a huge amount of horsepower from a short sail plan. 

For long-distance cruising, the ketch rig uses a mizzen spinnaker.  Smaller than a forward chute, it provides enough extra horsepower to keep you moving very nicely in lighter airs.  If you get caught by an unexpected squall, the “all inboard” configuration of the mizzen spinnaker is much easier to handle than the forward spinnaker.

Sail Inventory:

  • Main:  fully battened with large roach by Doyle Sails
  • Mizzen:  fully battened with large roach by North Sails
  • Genoa: 100% roller furling genoa
  • Main spinnaker
  • Mizzen spinnaker
  • Storm sail for inner forestay

Other Rigging Details:

  • Keel stepped mainmast and mizzen mast, stepped to an aluminum I-beam
  • External stainless chainplates
  • All standing rigging replaced in 2009, 2021 rig survey found all in good order
  • Hydraulic Roller Furling on Headstay for Genoa
  • LED spreader lights (new 2021)
  • Spinnaker pole
  • Jib pole
  • Retractable bowsprit
  • (2) Navtec Hydraulic Vangs
  • (2) Lewmar #66 Primary winches
  • (3) Lewmar #54 Secondary winches
  • Lewmar #58 Mainsheet winch
  • Lewmar #46 Main mast halyard winches
  • Lewmar #40 Mizzen mast halyard winches
  • Lewmar #44 port forward deck combing
  • Lewmar #40 aft deck winches
  • Harken sail tracks and batt cars
  • Navtec Hydraulic inner forestay
  • Electric Lewmar winches:  2 primaries, 1 main halyard, 1 main sheet



8 AGM 8D batteries - 6 Lifelines (2018) are located in the keel and 2 Rolls (2021) are forward to service the windlass and hydraulic furler.

The entire house battery bank system was redesigned in 2009, replacing the original Trojan 2v traction batteries with six 12v Lifeline batteries, providing over 1,500 amp hours. The batteries rest above the keel and add over 930lbs to the ballast package

Main engine is set up with (2) 210 amp oversized Balmar alternators and (1) 60 amp alternator.  Alternators are mounted with a specially designed steel welded frame which incorporates threaded belt tension adjusters

BASS electrical panel with both AC and DC side breakers

9kW Northern Lights 309K2 diesel generator (2003) 7500 hours, all new electrical end replaced in 2016

Battery charger(s): Xantrex Freedom 25 charger (130 amp DC) / inverter (2500 VA continuous) for house bank and Sterling Pro Charge Ultra PCU 2430 (new 2021) for forward 24V system in sail locker

50 amp shore power service

50 amp shore power cord (new 2012) with custom fire hose sleeve with grommets to keep off deck


Hull & Deck

Built – or overbuilt – to exacting standards at TPI in Newport, RI, using the SCRIMP vacuum bagged sandwich infusion system.  The hull is laid up with stitched biaxial and quadraxial roving/mat combination, and vinylester resins are used for additional resistance to blistering.  The SCRIMP system ensures that the high density balsa core cannot absorb moisture or delaminate.  Her construction specs exceed those specified by the American Bureau of Shipping, so she has a full ABS certification plaque. 

Forward and aft watertight bulkheads give an extra layer of protection.  However, the watertight compartmentalization has some other advantages besides safety.  Damp, smelly sails and ground tackle are completely isolated from the living areas.  The engine room is located aft, behind its own watertight bulkhead.  Heat, diesel odors, and noise are segregated from the interior as well.

In the bow, the already beefy ABS approved laminates are further strengthened to give additional security in the event of a collision. 

Rudder:  The semi-balanced spade rudder dramatically reduces the force required to steer the Sundeer 64 as compared to a similar sailboat with a skegged rudder.  This both reduces the effort required by the helmsman and that required of the autopilot.  However, this is not your usual spade rudder.  This one is engineered to carry twice the load required by the already conservative requirements of the ABS.  The rudder, rudder stock, and rudder bearing are an incredibly strong structure.  So you get all the benefits of a spade rudder (lower effort, tight turning radius, steers well in reverse) with all the safety you could want in a rudder. 


1)  All water tanks are fiberglass, integral to the hull.  Not only does this allow the maximum possible tankage, but this feature also provides yet another layer of safety:  a puncture in this area will not allow water intrusion into the rest of the boat.  550 total gallons.

2) (2) 175 gallon aluminum fuel tanks, for a combined tankage of 350 gallons.  Tanks are port and starboard along the hull sides.  A fuel transfer pump is included, allowing fuel to be transferred to the weather side for increased stability.

3) The fuel transfer system also includes a large Racor Turbine 500FG Fuel Filter/Water Separator Assembly to polish the fuel. Contaminants are removed via 3 separate systems: separation of large solids and free water through centrifugal force, water droplets and solids coalesce on the conical baffle and fall into the collection bowl, and fuel filtration with Racor's replaceable filters in 2, 10, and 30 micron ratings. 

Ground Tackle:

  • Maxwell 4000 24v windlass – 2.7HP motor with 4,000lb pull capability with 15’ wired controller
  • 185 lb Bruce anchor with 300’ feet of ACCO® Grade 43 (G4) Domestic High Test ISO Chain (High-test (HT) carbon steel anchor / windlass chain – working load limit 5,400 lbs - approximately twice that of BBB or proof coil chain of comparable size & factory tested to twice its working load limit. Made in USA.
  • (2) Fortress FX 125 spare anchors with chain and rode
  • Freshwater washdown for chain and anchor from aft deck washdown outlet
  • Saltwater washdown pump also available in sail locker


  • T-shaped cockpit with twin Edson 40” stainless wheels port and starboard
  • Custom teak cockpit table on removable stainless pole
  • Closed cell foam cockpit cushions
  • Plenty of seating for 6 or more people


         In poor weather, there is no where you’d rather be. 

Other Deck Details:

  • Fiberglass non-skid decks, very low maintenance
  • Large swim step/platform aft
  • Hot & cold fresh water shower on swim platform
  • Fold down S/S ladder from platform, two large S/S handholds, and S/S ladder to deck
  • Portside aft deck locker, self contained and draining overboard, for LPG tanks, oils & cleaners
  • Starboard-side matching aft deck hatch provides access to the lazarette
  • Givens 8-man offshore life raft – needs recertification
  • 13 dorade vents on deck with stainless steel guards/grabrails



A big part of the safety engineering aboard the Sundeer 64 is in its thru-hulls – or lack thereof.  Thru-hulls and below water-level fittings are likely the most common source of catastrophic events on a sailboat.  This Sundeer 64 has only three seawater intakes. There are bronze seacock valves to shut them off easily when you leave the boat. There are only 3 below the water exhausts – for heads and pumps.  These are not standard seacocks either but, instead, fiberglass standpipes permanently bonded to the hull.  Of course, the top of the standpipe is well above the waterline level.

The 4 sinks and 2 showers all drain to a 20-gallon gray water holding tank in the bilge. When filled, a Sureflo macerator pump is triggered and the contents are pumped overboard, on any tack.

An interesting and very useful design feature on the Sundeer 64 is the arrangement of water drainage from the decks. During a rain storm, water runs off the sails to the deck and to the outboard gutters. It runs aft along the gutters to a drain on either aft corner of the deck. The interesting part is the fresh water fill ports are located about a foot forward of the deck drains. In a good rainstorm, after letting the salt wash off the deck, all you have to do is put a plug in the drain and open the water fill port to refill the water tanks. We have filled almost empty tanks with over 500 gallons of water in 20 minutes. And it tastes delicious!

Engine: (2006) Yanmar 4LHAM-HTP 160 HP Turbo Diesel 4,407 hours

Propeller: Three bladed PSI MaxProp 26” reversible pitch propellor (rebuilt 2017)

Propellor Shaft: Stainless steel, 1 3/4” inch diameter, tested and balanced (2017)

Shaft Cutlass Bearing: bearings rebuilt 2017

  • 12v fuel transfer pump with Racor polishing filtration system (new 2015)
  • 12v Reverso engine oil change pump system (new 2021)
  • PSS Dripless shaft seal (new 2017)
  • New engine mounts and rebalanced drive shaft (2017)
  • Engine driven emergency bilge pumping system, plumbed into all 3 watertight compartments (refurbished 2020)
  • Racor Dual Filters, Turbine 500 Series Fuel Filter/Water Separator filters with vacuum gauge and a y-valve switch to swap filters and change “on the fly” (new 2017)
  • 7 Electric Bilge Pumps – 4 in engine room, 2 in salon bilge and 1 in forward sail locker
  • Portable electric bilge pump w 20’ electric leads mounted on an extension arm (new 2020)

Tender: Achilles 315DX RIB, 10’ 4” (new 2018)

  • Five person or 1300 lb. capacity
  • Deep “V” Fiberglass hull and lockable bow locker
  • Fiberglass bow-step with recessed cleat added
  • Aluminum seat amidship with Achilles below seat storage bag/seat cushion
  • Four integrated stainless lifting points and custom lifting sling
  • Gas tank tie down
  • Yamaha 15HP 2 Stroke outboard motor
  • Racor fuel filter mounted on the transom
  • Two 6 six-gallon fuel tanks – Moeller tank new 2020
  • 4 dingy life vests, Type II PFD, Adult size, in clear nylon bag
  • Dingy dolly – galvanized tubular metal stand with 4 HD casters and adjustable carpeted bunks
  • Dingy cover with 2 integrated tent pole ventilation caps and poles
  • Two folding dingy anchors, 5lb with chain and rode, 2lb with rode
  • Screw-in ground tie point for dingy lead
  • Navisafe transom mounted tricolor navlight on pole
  • Two auxiliary aluminum oars
  • Spare propellor
  • Dingy ‘mission kit’ – hard case for extended trips with tools, flares, misc. supplies, etc.

Boat Toys and Gear:

  • Max-Air high pressure dive tank compressor, low hours
  • 4 scuba tanks, in secure racks mounted in the sail locker
  • Masks, snorkels, fins and misc. dive gear
  • Swim noodles & a boogie board
  • (2) Naish Stand-Up paddleboards available, with Thule SUP Taxi carrier for boat or car


Life Safety

  • Two watertight bulkheads separating the living quarters from the engine room and sail locker
  • Engine driven crash pump plumbed to each watertight compartment (refurbished 2020)
  • Auxiliary steering tiller that attached to the top of the rudder post in event of loss of steering
  • Automatic Halon fire control system in the engine room with manual activation from the helm
  • Five hand held fire extinguishers throughout the boat
  • Givens 8-man offshore life raft (needs recertification)
  • Self-inflating man overboard Dan Buoy
  • Stern rail mounted ThrowRaft auto-inflatable throwable Type IV PFD
  • Lifesling2 man overboard rescue system
  • 3 floatation boat cushions
  • Fog bell & handheld air horn
  • Variety of hand held and 12-gauge projectile flares, smoke signals and aerial rockets (2020)
  • 6 offshore harness self-inflating PFDs with nylon webbing and stainless steel D rings (2017-20)
  • 6+ clip on PFD harness tethers
  • 2 high visibility 70’ webbing jack lines that run full length of boat.
  • Multiple hard point attachment rings – at mast, in cockpit and at pilothouse entrance
  • Clip on strobe lights and storm whistles for all offshore PFD harnesses
  • Several Type I and Type II Adult Life Jackets, and 2 child Type III life jackets
  • ACR EPIRB – Category 2 (2018)
  • ACR abandon ship bag, stowed under companionway stairs during passages
  • Sea Anchor drogue
  • Extensive supply of first aid materials and OTC medicines
  • Variety of head lamps, pen lights and glow sticks.
  • Extra emergency VHF antenna

Operations and Maintenance

  • Extensive, organized library of manuals and data sheets for every aspect of vessel operation
  • Variety of reference books on troubleshooting, repair and maintenance
  • Canon color printer/copier. Very helpful with Immigration documentation at port
  • Exhaustive collection of stainless screws, bolts, shackles, hose clamps, fuses, bulbs, O-rings, cotter pins, plumbing supplies, hose connectors, Velcro, tape, sealants, etc.
  • Spare pumps and rebuild kits, replacement belts for engine & genset & autopilot, blocks, filters for oil & fuel & water, Raymarine cables and connectors, spare DSM300 sounder and sensor
  • Lee cloths for cabin bunks and the outboard sea berths behind the salon settees
  • Climbing harness (2020) & bosun’s chair
  • Aluminum manual diesel fuel filtration funnel for questionable fuel sources
  • Hoses, buckets, brushes, and cleaning & polishing materials
  • Variety of hose quick connectors and spray nozzles
  • 2 stage in-line water filter set-up for filtering a water hose sourc