Køb Atlas 47 - udstyr yacht - sejlbåd til salg Dækudstyr
Length ………. 47 ft ………..14.68 m
Beam ………… 15 ft 2 in . 4.76 m
Draft…………. 6 ft 6 in ….. 2.05 m
Displacement . 29,700 lbs. ….. 13.500 kg
Nanni . 62 hp .. 47 Kw (2700 hrs. est.)
Tankage: Fresh water - 105 gal …… 400 ltr ( in 2 tanks)
Fuel ……………. 105 gal ……… 400 ltr ( in 2 tanks)
Vessel Walk Through
There is easy access to the wide cockpit from the stern or She can be boarded from her wide side decks. Cockpit is quite open with separate steering and working section aft, and comfortable seating forward with a centerline table. A full Bimini and forward dodger protect the cockpit.
Down below there is a comfortable full length pilot berth aft of the Nav station on Starboard side, and a private guest cabin on Port side. An aft head to Port of the companionway stairs is either a day head or can be used as the guest head.
Moving forward in the Salon is a U-shaped dinette to Port and a full Galley to Starboard. AQ private Owner’s cabin occupies the forward space with a double berth to Starboard and settee to Port. The master also has a full head w/shower.
The interior is finished in fine woods, contrasted by white painted surfaces. This, including the large window areas accomplish a bright and airy interior.
Salon and Galley
Large central U-shaped Salon to Port
Adjustable height table lowers to form double berth.
Chart table with bench seat
Pilot berth to Starboard - aft of Galley
Galley is to Starboard with U-shaped countertop
2 independent cold storage compartments – (refrigerator and freezer) powered by 24 v DC, or 220v AC
2 large Stainless-Steel sinks
Pressurized water system-24 v
ENO stainless steel gas stove 2 burners + oven
2 Cold compartments with vertical access, two independent circuits, cooled by sea water, can operate on 12V or 220V
Water maker SPECTRA 24V, production 60lt/h
Hot water heater
Sleeps 4-7 people in 2 double cabins plus Salon – 2 heads w/showers.
Double Owner’s cabin forward, w/Bench seat, desk, private en-suite head and shower
Double cabin to Port side aft with head and shower
Aft cabin fan
2 Interior showers and an exterior shower
Electrical and Electronics
VHF ASN IC-M 505
2VHF handheld ICOM
AIS transponder ICOM MA-500TR
GPS RAYMARINE RN 300
Combined speedometer/ depth sounder with repeaters at the chart table - 2 helm stations
RAYMARINE windvane indicator on the 2 helm stations (wind speed and direction)
RAYMARINE ST 700 autopilot with remote control
Fixed autopilot ST 7005
new Radar RAYTHEON RL 70 – 24 nm
NAVTEX On board computer with navigation software
Satellite phone IRIDIUM
Steering compass Bearing compass
8 VICTRON AGM house batteries 110Ah, total 880 Ah (2016)
1 AGM engine battery 110 Ah (2016)- Engine start battery
2 Solar panels X 105W (2016)
2 VICTRON charge controllers (2016)
Charger VICTRON CENTAUR 24V 60 Ah (2016)
2 Alternators attached to the engine
Electrical panel with distribution 220V - 12V - 24V
LED interior lighting -24v
Nanni Diesel – 62 HP (2700 hours estimated)
Straight shaft with 3 Blade MAXPROP w/ automatic feathering
PSS SEAVIEW dripless shaft seal
Manual bilge pump operated from cockpit
Main bilge pump with auto float switch
Engine bilge pump with auto float switch
Hull and Deck
- Materials: Strip planking construction, in mahogany, glass fabric / epoxy resin laminate inside and outside. Collision bulkheads are placed behind the hold sail and ahead of the rudder tubes. Watertight compartments filled with expanded foam, are placed under the sail compartment and at the level of the aft locker.
- Structure: The hull is structured with mahogany veranda and plywood partitions, laminated to the shell. Bonding by epoxy gluing.
- Coating: Epoxy primer paint and two-component polyurethane lacquer finish.
Hull and deck connection: The deck is glued to the hull.
- Coating: Painted with anti-slip additive.
- Deck hatch: Seven deck hatches.
- Deck security: A front pulpit, two aft pulpits and ten stanchions, welded stainless steel tubular, equipped with two floors of dies.
The deck was renovated during the last refit, the original teak was removed and replaced by a lamination of triaxial fiberglass impregnated with epoxy resin, then a polyurethane paint was applied as a finish.
Ground tackle- Electric windlass GOIOT 1600W, good condition Main anchor: plow anchor + 80 m chain 10mm (good condition) Secondary anchor: 2 other Danforth type anchors, one of which is in aluminum
Large cockpit with steering section area aft and seating with full length table in forward section
Her twin steering wheels allow for excellent visibility forward and room to easily move about the cockpit.
She is steered through the water with twin rudders.
Specific care has been given to the design of the helm system, which is particularly accessible.
Sails and Rigging
Full battened mainsail, tri radial, in Dacron Dacron tri radial genoa on furler Cross-cut staysail, Dacron Asymmetric spinnaker, tri radial Gennaker on furler
Mainsail cover + lazy bags
Aluminum mast with spinnaker pole track and mainsail luff track with ball bearings Aluminum boom Three-spreader mast - cutter rig, i Standing rigging with multi-strand stainless steel cable mounted on Norsman and crimped fittings, Mast stepped on the deck w/compression post below Rigid vang, PROFURL genoa furler, Gennaker Code Zero furler, (PROFURL) On the mast : 2 ANDERSEN INOX 46 winches 1 ANDERSEN INOX 40 winch In the cockpit : 4 ANDERSEN INOX 46 winches on the coach-roof for maneuvering back to the cockpit 2 ANDERSEN INOX 52 winches 2 ANDERSEN INOX 28 winches
- Fittings: Two genoa sheet rails, two staysail sheet rails and eight winches.
Liferaft - TRANSOCEAN 6 person (2015)
Self-inflating life jackets
Classic adult life jackets
Classic child life jackets
Hand and parachute flares
EPIRB GME distress beacon (battery to be replaced)
2 Fire extinguishers ABC 2 Kg
Horseshoe buoy with reversing light.
Construction - History
Built in 2000 by the Tropic Multihulls shipyard, in Senegal, on the design of the architect Jacques Fauroux, using the Strip Planking technique with quality mahogany wood. The hull and deck are fiberglass-epoxy resin laminated inside and out. This boat was designed for offshore sailing in all latitudes and has been a delight for the current owners, who bought her in 2008 in the Mediterranean. They lived on board and sailed with their family in the Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, Central America and South Pacific until their recent move to Polynesia. The boat has recently undergone a major refit, including the deck, where the teak covering has been replaced with additional epoxy lamination and a non-slip finish.
Highfield Aluminum bottom Dinghy 2.90 m
Outboard engine - Tohatsu 2T 9.8 hp
covers to protect entire deck and cockpit
Stainless Steel solar panel support frame
Hard cockpit dodger
Large fixed cockpit table w/2 folding leaves
Well maintained by knowledgable owner
Huge cockpit - easy for handling the vessel and comfortable cruising
large interior - well lit with excellent ventilation
Owner's personal effects are excluded from the sale
The company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal without notice.