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Nigel Irens design Range Boat 39 Day Boat offers Owners a motor yacht capable of serious cruising, which has gained a solid reputation as a comfortable and exceptionally seaworthy vessel. Her clean classic lines with wave-piercing bow, displacing five tonnes and powered by a single 135hp Perkins Sabre diesel engine allows for effortless and elegant 'gliding'. Built in 2003, her current Owner commissioned a refit in 2013 with the addition of a bow thruster, new upholstery and cockpit teak. A very pretty boat that will have people tripping over themselves to help take your mooring lines!
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Plastimo steering compass
Raymarine RC435 chartplotter
Raymarine ST60 Tridata
Raymarine ST6001+ autopilot
NASA Marine Target Navtex Pro-Plus
ICOM IC-M401EURO VHF radio
Concealed anchor locker
Quick anchoring control
Stainless steel frame for bimini
Winter cockpit cover
Inflatable tender (unused)
1 x boat hooks
Cockpit cushions in navy blue with white piping
Fenders and warps
Windscreen wiper in front of helm position to starboard
Manual and Jabsco electric bilge pumps
Range Boat 39 Day Boat
Built by Armor Shipyard in France in 2003
Architect: Nigel Irens
CE Certification: B 8 persons / C 12 Persons
Sleek hull with a wave-piercing bow
Low weight, but no compromise of solidity
Built in cedar strip and epoxy infusion
2013 restoration overseen by Rodney Hallam (Baltic Wharf, Totnes):
New teak cockpit sole
New larger sliding windows by Houdini installed
New upholstery by Lang & Potter
Holding tank added
New bow thruster
Light displacement: 4200kg / 4,600kg
*All figures are approximate
Perkins Sabre M135/29 135hp diesel engine
Circa 860 hours (as of October 2020)
ZF Hurth gearbox (ZF45 A)
Cruising: 10 knots
Max: 15 knots
Vetus bow thruster
12/220V shore power
Mastervolt battery monitor BTM-I
Windlass and bow thruster batteries located beneath forward berth
Shore power and cable
Fuel tank: 500L
Fresh water tank: 380L
Black water tank: 50L (can either be pumped out at sea or deck)
Pressurised hot & cold water system
Forecabin with a generous double berth V-berth.
A curtain separates from the washing/dressing area with vanity unit with carbon wash basin and surround, and pull out shower, teak grated floor with shower pump.
Heads compartment with WC (empties into a holding tank, which can either be pumped out at sea or through a fitting on the deck). Hanging locker opposite heads compartment.
Wheelhouse with L-shaped seating to port which converts to another double berth, with a table that can be moved to the cockpit. Drawers beneath seating with tools in dedicated slots and a supply of spares, and more storage and a roving bilge pump behind the cushions. On the starboard side is the helm seat, by an opening window, with Raymarine instruments, autopilot and chartplotter, VHF and all the usual controls, gauges and switches.
The linear galley has a front-loading fridge, a two-burner Smev gas hob and a single bowl stainless steel sink with a mixer tap – hot water comes from a calorifier or the engine. Beneath the wheelhouse floor are the batteries and the fuel tank, and spare anchor. The rear windows of the wheelhouse can be removed on sunny days.
The cockpit is huge, with lockers everywhere. The cockpit seats have cushions, and the wheelhouse table can fold out to form an infill which makes a sunpad. The engine sits in the middle of the cockpit under a well-soundproofed box which can be completely removed – the entire motor is incredibly easy to get at for servicing. The large lazarette contains the gas cylinders and easily accommodates the inflatable tender (still unused) and an emergency tiller, as well as the mechanism for the autopilot.
The size of the bathing platform has been increased, with the addition of a stainless steel boarding ladder and a mount for the outboard. There is also a bathing ladder under the platform.
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