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|Length||70 ft / 21.34 m|
|Location||Newport Beach, California, United States|
|Length on Deck||69 ft / 21.03 m|
|Beam||17 ft / 5.18 m|
|Max Draft||8 ft 5 in / 2.57 m|
|Displacement (Half Load)||104000 lb|
|Dry Weight||98000 lb|
|Drive Type||Shaft Drive|
|Propeller Type||3 Blade|
|Maximum Speed||12 kn @ 2400 RPM|
|Cruising Speed||9 kn @ 1800 RPM|
|Fuel Tanks||4 x 200 gal (Stainless Steel)|
|Fresh Water Tanks||2 x 138 gal (Stainless Steel)|
|Holding Tanks||2 x 50 gal (Stainless Steel)|
FOXTROT is a beautifully designed and built pilothouse cruising sailboat with many unique custom features. She can easily be sailed by two people. The pilothouse offers full protection and visibility. The double control station in the cockpit is ideal while sailing or docking. The 10’ inflatable stores in the transom. Stern door opens hydraulically. Very spacious owner’s and guest cabins. FOXTROT is ideal for short or long-term range cruising. Air conditioning, separate heating, bow thruster, watermaker, (2) generators and the inverter are just a sample of what this fine yacht has to offer. The present owner has maintained FOXTROT to very high standards. She has had the same captain since 1999.. The interior, electronics, and engine have been constantly up-graded. She is in turn-key condition.
Kitchen Aid refrigerator/freezer, Dometic 12v refrigeration system in cockpit, two water heaters, Sea Recovery water maker, Murphy gauges/engine alarms, Aqua-Air heating/air-
conditioning system, Tank Tender, Miele washer W1918 and clothes dryer T1515, Force 10 3-burner range/oven, Viking trash compactor, miscellaneous galley equipment, Samsung LED TV, (3) TVs total. Dell desk top computer. True Charge 40 battery charger,
Stainless steel bow and stern rails, eight stainless steel stanchions port and starboard,
stainless steel toe rails, four wood grab rails, ten stainless steel mooring cleats, double stainless steel bow anchor rollers, stainless steel boarding ladder, aluminum radar antenna tower, four aluminum rod holders, stainless steel BBQ, Harken adjustable main sail traveler, Harken head sail tracks port and starboard, four Harken jib fair leads, Reckman hydraulic roller furling system, Lewmar winches: all self tailing 6550s, one electric hydraulic 550, three 650 electric/hydraulic, two 650 standard, two # 40, Navtec adjustable hydraulic backstay, hydraulic vang, three Spinlock line clutches, Forespar leisure furl in boo9m furling system, seven Lewmar deck hatches, canvas covers: hatches, main sail, winch, grab rail, deck, wheels, Maxwell dual capstan hydraulic anchor windlass, miscellaneous Harken blocks and deck gear, bimini top, Avon Rover 3.1 rib with HIN AVB41578E203, Mercury 15 outboard with serial number OT764071, one outboard engine portable fuel tank, fish cleaning table, nylon spinnaker, roller furling main sail, roller furling head sail, two transom shower/wash downs on bow, wash down system, miscellaneous cleaning supplies, cockpit cushions, dive compressor, miscellaneous running rigging, two person inflatable dinghy, folding teak cockpit table, miscellaneous charts, two vacuum flush heads, ship’s clock and barometer, Xantrex SW Series inverter charger, 6-station intercom system, Avionic Narco Com 810 TSO radio. MaxProp feathering propeller (bronze).
INTERIOR LAYOUT AND ACCOMMODATIONS: Forward is the Crew quarter / V- berth with access from the forward guest cabin or deck hatch, just aft is a double stateroom with en suite head (Vacuflush) and shower, Further aft is the galley with Kitchen Aid refrigerator/freezer (full size), Force 10 3-burner range/oven, Viking trash compactor, miscellaneous galley equipment. And to port is a L- shaped dinette with pilot berth behind settee.. Further aft are the pilot house and a 2nd dining area and access to the cockpit. Completely aft is the master stateroom with a double berth to port and a twin berth to starboard. En-suite Head and large desk and built in drawers and lockers. Lighted cedar lined hanging locker.
EXTERIOR LAYOUT: Stainless steel bow and stern rails, eight stainless steel stanchions port and starboard, stainless steel toe rails, four wood grab rails, ten stainless steel mooring cleats, double stainless steel bow anchor rollers, stainless steel boarding ladder, aluminum radar antenna tower, four aluminum rod holders, stainless steel BBQ, Harken adjustable main sail traveler, Harken head sail tracks port and starboard, four Harken jib fair leads, Reckman hydraulic roller furling system, Lewmar winches: all self tailing 6550s, one electric hydraulic 550, three 650 electric/hydraulic, two 650 standard, two #40, Navtec adjustable hydraulic backstay, hydraulic vang, three Spinlock line clutches, Forespar leisure furl in boom furling system. Port and Starboard helm stations. Dinghy garage inside transom.
FUEL SYSTEM: There is 800-gallon capacity in four tanks located in bilge below main saloon. Fuel shutoff valves are located on the fuel tank distribution manifold in the engine roon. Fuel manifold located in engine room and clearly labeled source and return valves
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: The AC Shore cords, inlets and connections with Glendining cablemaster power cord system on starboard side. The AC main feed are protected with circuit breakers. Batteries are equipped with disconnect switches. Circuit protection for the AC and DC branch system appears good. At the helm in the pilot house, starboard side there are 2 electrical panels, clearly labels for 110, 220V systems and dedicated panel for the generators. Additionally there is an alarm panel behind the helm station above the door to the aft cabin. True charge 40 Amp battery charger located in the engine room along with Guest battery switches, main electrical distribution, and Xantrex SW Series inverter charger.
STEERING: There is 3 steering stations 2 on the main deck ( Port and Starboard) with 1 in the Pilot house
ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION: 1)Furuno TZII touchscreen HD radar/GPS/ plotter combo, , 2) Sony remote stereo control, 3) Standard Horizon LHS loud hailer, 4) Raymarine ST6002 autopilot with port and starboard helm control and pilot house, 5) Autohelm wind and multi-displays x four stations, 6) KVH sail comp 103 AC digital compass, 7) Ritchie compass 8) ICOM M602 VHF, 9) Two Sony stereos, 10) three ICOM IC-M34 handheld VHF. 11) Murphy gauges/engine alarms, 12)Tank Tender,
AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING: Reverse cycle Aqua air heating and air conditioning system (15000BTU) Four 110v wall heaters in each cabin.
WATER MAKER: Sea Recovery water maker Model # SRC 1500-2 AWC , 1500 Gallons per day.
GROUND TACKLE: 2 EA Delta plow style anchors on the bow with sufficient chain and dual capstan hydraulic windlass. Danforth style anchor with chain and line for stern anchor.
OTHER: Avon 3.1 RIB with 15 HP out board in the “garage” accessible thru the transom
SAFETY AND LIFE SAVING: Vessel has six portable fire extinguishers with certification. Vessel has one fixed Fire suppression system with certification. The safety components include: eighteen PFDs and one throwable PFD; distress flares with current certification; one 8- person Avon and one 4-person Avon life rafts with certification;. Navigational and anchor lights appear properly arranged, installed and functional. Other safety equipment includes a Honda gas powered emergency bilge pump, jack lines, collision mat, EPIRB and an LP/CNG fume detector. Above deck propane locker with alarm and shut-off solenoid.
A beautiful example of a true blue water passagemaker. Designed and built with no expense spared. This magnificent sloop was intended to be a home away from home for two couples on an extended voyage with one or two deckhands. Accommodations, systems, storage and functionality all took precedence when the original design was being executed. "FOXTROT" has sailed all over the world and has always returned her faithful crew safely back home. She is offered for sale by a knowledageable owner and has benefited from the same professional Captain since 1999. Always maintained with an open check book mentality. This is a boat that will take you anywhere you want to go, today.
Offered for sale as the sole asset of a corporation providing security and tax benefits.
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.