Class 40 Akilaria RC1
Class 40 Akilaria RC1 for sale | 12.18m (40'0") | 2009 | 1x diesel 29hp | GRP Construction | Fin underwater profile | 4 berths | Boat REF# 160176
|Fuel capacity||88.0 ltr (19.4 G) Total - 1 Tanks|
|Engine||1 x Diesel 29hp|
|Engine make and model||Nanni (2009)|
|Engine Hours||Not Recorded|
|Fuel consumption (approx)||Not Recorded|
Four 100 amp hour Lifeline AGM house batteries
One Optima Blue engine start battery
Matervolt Battery Monitor
1 X engine battery alternator 100 amp
1 X house battery alternator 140 amp
Two 12 position switch panels
5 solar panels on cabin top with charge regulator and disconnect switch.
LED masthead tricolor light with switchable strobe and anchor light function.
LED navigation lights at deck level.
Two adjustable LED chart table lights.
LED interior lights
|Draft Min||3.00m (9'10")|
Sloop rigged Lorimar Carbon fibre spars (2009) with Rod standing rigging (2009)
|Mainsail||Doyle - Slab (2012) Fully Battened, Lazy Jacks, 3 Reefs|
|Headsail||Doyle - Furling (2012)|
|Other sails||Code 0 Upwind (2011)|
|Code 0 Reaching (2009)|
|A2 Masthead Spi' (2011)|
|A4 Fractional Spinnaker (2009)|
|Code 5 (2009)|
Lorima carbon mast
Carbon spinnaker pole
Kevlar anti-torsion headstay with Facnor drum style furling unit for solent.
Kevlar running backstays
Rod lateral rigging
A3 North 2009 good condition
A4 Fractional North 2009 excellent condition
Storm jib, dacron 2009 excellent condition
Delivery Main 2009 excellent condition
Delivery Solent 2009 excellent condition
12 volt, 5 batteries charged by: engine, solar panels, shore power,
|Total # of berths||4|
|No. of single berths||4|
|Heads||1 heads (Manual)|
|Manual water system|
1 burner spirit cooker
|VHF DSC radio|
Mini Sat C
Two independent B&G ACP 1 autopilot systems with H3000 displays. Each processor has its own RRI, drive unit and Compass, one Gyro and one rate compass. Each processor is manually switched to receive instrument data. One B&G H3000 GPD pilot display at chart table and two H3000 GPD pilot displays in the cockpit.
B&G H3000 “Hercules” instrument processor.
1 X speed transducer
1X depth transducer
2 X H3000 GFD at chart table
3 X H3000 GFD in cockpit
1 X Analogue wind display in cockpit
1 X vertical carbon wind wand and 1 X horizontal wind wand, manually switched at chart table
1 X Furuno 1715 radar, mast mounted dome, 18”
1 X ICOM M504 VHF with DSC with remote command mic in cockpit.
1 X Nauticast/ACR, Class B, AIS integrated to computer.
1 X Active Radar Transponder with audible alarm.
1 X Beam 620 fixed Iridium satellite phone with external antenna, integrated to computer.
1 X Thrane and Thrane 3022D mini Sat C terminal with emergency distress button, integrated into computer.
1 X Sony Stereo unit with IPod connection and cockpit speakers.
1 X Furuno GP-32 GPS
IBM ThinkPad laptop with Windows XP
Hard wired “dock” that laptop connects to. Laptop and dock stow under chart table. (New Lenovo T-420 laptop X 2, 2012)
17” monitor at chart table, 12VDC
Expedition Navigation software (new 2012)
Dongle with charts of East Coast USA, Carribean.
Thrane and Thrane “easymail” software for Sat C.
OCENS weather software
Functional network integrating B&G instrument data, NMEA data and comms data with computer.
2 halyard winches
2 sheet winches
Spinlock jammers and fairleads
Facnor FX4500 continuous line furling unit for code sails with two 2:1 halyard swivels.
Antal mast track and slides.
Six Harken winches
All running rigging in good condition.
Misc. blocks, loups, snatch blocks, winch handles, etc.
Galvanised yard Cradle
3 bilge pumps (2 manual / 1 Electric)
More than 20 Akilaria standard version Class 40’s have been built. The boats are well built, strong and reliable. They have a well proven track record on trans-Atlantic races, around the world races and inshore events. Purchased new from MC-Tec with final fit out to a very high specification completed by Brian Harris at the Maine Yacht Centre. This Class 40 has been professionally maintained, with no expense spared. The result is a Class 40 that’s in excellent condition with a highly developed current racing sail wardrobe. An excellent buy for anyone looking to join the North American Class 40 circuit this Summer, with the existing skipper a very enthusiastic member of the US Class 40 Association and keen to help new owner move into the class.
These boat details are subject to contract.
Note: Offers on the asking price may be considered.