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Dynamique Magnificent!!

£225,000

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Make Dynamique
Model Magnificent!!
Year 1994
Condition Used
Price £225,000
Fractional Shares 1
Type Sail
Class Racer/Cruiser
Length 62 ft / 18.9 m
Fuel Type Diesel
Hull Material Fibreglass
Location United Kingdom
Tax Status Tax Not Paid
LOA 62 ft / 18.9 m
Engine Make PERKINS
Engine Model 6-354
Fuel Type Diesel
Designer Phillipe Briand
Builder DYNAMIQUE
Fuel Tanks 211.34 gal
Fresh Water Tanks 422.68 gal

Description


A custom fitted, continuously upgraded,high spec luxury yacht.

One private owner since new and very lightly used.

Recent new teak decks and new cabin sole throughout, the latest electronics and new sails. A long, long list of equipment and fittings.

 

Really ready to sail. Stunning, stylish, solid, fast..

Owner's Comments

I was one of four friends who bought IMPULSE and commissioned the interior of this Philippe Briand designed Dynamique, launched in 1994. We enjoyed many happy years of sailing together. In the early years we also employed full time crew to run charters in the Mediterranean and Caribbean. When my partners decided buy a new catamaran, it was an easy decision for me to take over, knowing first hand the background and build quality of this beautiful yacht. I oversaw an extensive refit in 2006 and since then have upgraded many other areas of the boat.

 

The life of IMPULSE has been extraordinary. She has visited many parts of the Mediterranean - Nice, Cannes, St Tropez, the Cote D’Azur, the Italian Riviera, Ibiza, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica and the Spanish and Portuguese coasts. She has crossed The Atlantic five times, sailed past the Statue of Liberty, journeyed throughout the eastern coast of the USA, the Bahamas, Bermuda, Belize, Venezuela and still this magnificent yacht is beautifully presented. No expense has been spared. Ashore this summer more works have been completed by craftsmen who know her well. A recent survey confirmed her replacement value at over US$2 million.

 

Designed by Philippe Briand, one of the world’s top marine geniuses, and built in France, IMPULSE is a classical and conventional construction. Many yachts in the 70 to 100 foot range embrace the same basic shape: timeless, spacious and practical. Impulse has handled bad weather, big seas and racing safely and in her stride. At 33 tons, she was built to last. Regular surveys have found no sign of osmosis and her solid construction shows no evidence of stress. She compares well to any modern Swan or Oyster of a similar size. At any anchorage or regatta, she turns heads.

 

IMPULSE is big enough to be an ocean going family or charter yacht but is still manageable by a couple, without the need for crew.  I’ve even sailed IMPULSE around The Virgin Islands solo! Not needing full time crew is a huge plus. Two people can easily raise, lower and trim sails. The auto pilot, power winches and well planned layout make her safe and easy to handle. With a large generator, Impulse makes her own electricity and a high capacity water-maker turns seawater into drinking water at the press of a button. In addition, she carries over 450 gallons of fresh water and fuel, enough for many weeks at sea.

 

I’ve been sailing for many years and now want to explore some of the less accessible regions of the world, inland, hence my decision to sell. The old adage about ‘the best days of a boat being the day you buy and the day you sell’ is just not true. I have had some of the best days of my life sailing IMPULSE! I have many contacts to pass on, I know where to get jobs done and by whom. If you stay on top of maintenance, owning a boat is straightforward. I will be happy to help the future owners as much as possible with a good handover.

PICTURES FROM 35 ONWARDS TAKEN ON THE HARD APRIL 2017

 

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General Specifications

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name IMPULSE

Specs Builder: Dynamique Yachts

Designer: Philippe Briand

Dimensions LOA: 63 ft 0 in

Beam: 16 ft 8 in

LWL: 51 ft 2 in

Minimum Draft: 8 ft 0 in

Displacement: 33000 kgs

Ballast: 9800 kgs

Engines  Engine 1: Engine Brand: Perkins

Engine Model: M135 Engine

Type: Inboard Engine

Fuel Type: Diesel

Propeller: 3 blade propeller

Engine Power: 120 HP

Accommodations

Number of single berths: 10

Number of cabins: 4

Number of heads: 4

 

Construction

RCD Status: Our understanding is that the yacht is exempt from the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) as she was built and placed into use within the EU prior to 1998.

 

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • Hull construction of solid GRP laminate
  • Deck & superstructure construction of GRP sandwich with end-grain balsa core
  • All laminates are hand laid
  • Hull and deck join via double bolting and laminating on interior
  • Teak laid decking and other external teak replaced in 2006
  • Hull repainted in 2011 in Awlgrip Pearl Grey with white cove line, dark grey boot topping line.
  • Black antifoul
  • Cockpit and deck areas painted in Awlgrip ‘Off White’ – 2011

 

Keel & Rudder:

  • Lead ballast fin keel externally bolted to hull via 12 acid-resistant stainless steel bolts
  • Aluminium hollow rudder blade connected to steering gear via aluminium rudder stock (rudder bearings serviced winter 2010/11)

 

eel &Rudder:

  • Lead ballast fin keel externally bolted to hull via 12 acid-resistant stainless steelbolts
  • Aluminium hollow rudder blade connected to steering gear via aluminium rudder stock (rudder bearings serviced winter2010/11)

 

Machinery:

 

Engine &Gearboxes:

  • Perkins M135 inline 6-cylinder diesel engine producing approx120hp
  • Hurth reduction gearbox (reconditioned May2010)
  • Fresh water cooling via raw water intake and heatexchanger

 

Maintenance &Performance:

  • Engine hours: approx 1,150 as of March2014.
  • Engine last serviced: March2014.
  • Cruising speed – approx 6-7 knots @1,600-1,800rpm
  • Maximum speed – approx 9knots
  • Fuel consumption at cruising speed – approx 6 litres per hour @ 6knots
  • Maximum Range @ cruising speed – approx835Nm

 

Propulsion &Steering:

  • 3-bladed fixedpropeller
  • Replacement PSS shaft seal fitted2008
  • Wheel steering via wire toquadrant

 

ElectricalSystems:

 

VoltageSystems:

  • 24v DC domestic system with 220v ring main from generator and/orshorepower.

 

BatteryBanks:

  • 4x 12v engine start batteries (new2013)
  • 6 x 220Ah 12v gel cell service batteries joined in series and parallel to supply 660 Ah @ 24v(2011)
  • 1x 12v generator start battery (new Nov2010)
  • Engine and service batteries can be joined in parallel inemergencies

 

BatteryChargers:

  • Mastervolt 24v automatic battery charger(2012)

 

Alternators:

  • 24vDC engine mounted alternator for charging all batteries(switchable)

 

Generator:

  • Northern Lights 15kw 50/60Hz 220/240v diesel generator(2006)
  • Generator hours – approx 3,000 as of March2014.
  • Generator last serviced: March2014.

 

Inverter:

  • Mastervolt 1,500w inverter(2007)

 

ShorePower:

  • 220v 50Hz (European) shore power connection with assorted connectorcables

 

OtherElectrical:

  • 220v sockets throughoutinterior
  • Double 110 volt socket in galley from transformer, runs toaster, food mixeretc
  • Large step down unit for 12 volt supply at Chart table and for hifiamplifier

 

PlumbingSystems:

 

Fresh Water & Water HeatingSystem:

  • Pressurised water system via 24vDC fresh water pump (new2013)
  • Hot water produced by engine-driven calorifier or via220vAC immersion heater element in hot water storage tank powered by shorepower orgenerator.
  • Secondary hot water storage tank in forward cabin with 220vAC immersion heaterelement

 

Watermaker:

  • Aquafresh 220vAC watermaker with 126lphcapacity
  • Watermaker hours: approx 770 as of March2014
  • Watermaker – rebuilt and new membranes – March2014

 

BilgePumps:

  • 1x manual bilge pump located incockpit
  • 3x 24vDC electric bilge pumps located engine bilge, amidships above keel, sail lockerforward

 

Grey & BlackWater:

  • Grey water discharges directly to sea via 24vDC sumppump
  • Black water discharges tosea

 

Tankage:

 

Fuel:

  • 2x stainless steel fuel tanks (290 litres – port, 545 litres – starboard) of 835 litres (183gallons)
  • Stainless steel fuel fillers ondeck
  • Tank gauges at navigationarea

 

Freshwater:

  • 2x stainless steel water tanks (700 litres – port, 590 litres – starboard)of 1,290 litres (284 gallons)
  • Stainless steel fuel fillers ondeck
  • Tank gauges at navigationarea

 

NavigationEquipment:

 

Incockpit:

  • Raymarine E80 colour radar/chart plotter(2006)
  • Simrad autopilot with course computer & FG compass connected to Raymarine 24v hydraulic drive and ram (2007)
  • Raymarine ST60 speed/log display(2006)
  • Raymarine ST60 depth display(2006)
  • Raymarine ST50 wind display(2006)
  • Raymarine ST60 VMG display(2006)

 

At charttable:

  • Raymarine E120 colour radar/charte plotter(2006)
  • Plotter connected to Raymarine closed array radar scanner(2006)
  • Raymarine Raystar GPS receiver connected to radar/chart plotter  and autopilot(2006)
  • Furuno GP32 independent GPS(2007)

 

CommunicationsEquipment:

  • Icom MC504 VHF with DSCcontroller
  • Repeater for Icom VHF athelm
  • Icom ICM31 handheldVHF
  • SSB (not presently connected or warranted but believe to be in workingorder)
  • Thrane & Thrane satellite telephone (not presentlyconnected)

 

DomesticEquipment:

 

Galley:

  • Stainless steel 3-burner gimballed gas stove with oven(2005)
  • Microwave oven(2010)
  • 220vAC refrigerator(2012)
  • 220vAC deep freeze(2012)
  • Thermostatic hot & cold water supply to galleysinks
  • Breadmaker, liquidiser, toaster & ricemaker

 

Heads/Showers:

  • 4x manual marine heads pumping directly tosea
  • hot & cold water supply to sink with pull-out showerattachment
  • 24vDC pump out for showertrays

 

Heating &Ventilation:

  • 220vAC air-conditioning system with 3x compressors supplying outlets throughout yacht with controls in most cabins (master cabin and aft compressors replaced2008)
  • 12/24v fans throughoutinterior
  • Opening deckhead hatches throughout with skyscreens – all glasses replaced with Lexan -2012

 

Entertainment:

  • Sony 32” LCD TV mounted to main bulkhead in saloon(2008)
  • Pioneer DVD player with HDMI connection(2012)
  • JVC CD/Radio headunit with 2x speakers in saloon powering 4x speakers incockpit

 

Lighting:

  • 12/24vDC LED deckhead lightingthroughout
  • Additional 12/24vDC reading lights in accommodationcabins
  • LED floor-level lighting insaloon

 

Accommodation:

 

Summary ofAccommodation:

  • 8 Berths in four double/twin cabins consisting of master cabin forward, two guest cabins forward anddouble guest/crew cabin aft. All cabins are served by individual ensuiteheads/showers.
  • Interior joinery in hand-finished maple with rosewoodinlays
  • Decoran countertops ingalley
  • Laminate countertops inheads
  • Beige alcantara upholstery with full set of crew covers in dark blue Sunbrella(2006)
  • Headlinings in cream vinyl with contrasting battening with Velcro fixings (replaced September2010)
  • Marinelam cherry & holly non-slip soleboards (replaced2006)
  • Beige fabric blinds forside-ports

Large stock of custom made cotton sheets for all cabins .New pillows and pillow cases.

Large stock of high quality white towels and coloured beachtowels.

 

InternalLayout:

 

Description of layout fromforwards: Forward SailLocker:

·       Accessed from deck, ladder to main compartment, 2 side sections. All stripped out and repainted2012.

 

Forward Cabin withEn-suite:

·        Master cabin with king size bed. 3 hatches, double hanging closet, other lockers and drawers. Polished chrome light fittings. Bookshelves either side of bed. Large linen stores. A/C controls. En suite head/shower, with cupboards and washbasin.

 

Port Guest Cabin with En-suite:

·       Double bunk cabin with top bunk able to fold away to make a single. Hanging closet and lockers.Bedside lights. Hatch and opening portlight. En suite head, shower and handbasin.

 

Starboard Guest Cabin withEn-suite:

·       Double cabin with portlight & hatch, closets, drawers & lockers. A/C controls. Bedside lights. En/suite head/shower and wash basin with mirroredcabinet.

 

MainSaloon:

·        Spectacular circular dining table in polished maple. (central section revolves and conceals section for wine storage) Craftsmanbuilt bookcase and drinks cabinet. Large storage lockers under seating. Further bottle holders and other lockers. To port: another settee, seats 3 (also makes into additional double berth). Flatscreen TV and DVD player. Hatches, portlights and feature coachroof wraparound windows. LED floorlighting.

 

Galley:

·        Extensively equipped with gas cooker, oven, microwave, refrigerator & deep freeze. Extensive and recent ranges of crockery, cutlery, pots, pans and numerous utensils for the finest cuisine, even a truffle shaver! Breadmaker, liquidizer, toaster, rice maker. Wine, champagne and spirits glasses. Mugs and beakers.

 

NavigationStation

  • Aft of saloon area to starboard. Large chart table area with upholstered seat. Stowage for charts and pilot books.Spacefornavigationandcommunicationsequipment.Accessthroughtoengine&machineryspace

 

Engine/MachineryRoom

·        Oilskinslocker,benchwithvice,comprehensivearrayoftools,spares,twoelectricdrills,anglegrinder. Location for watermaker, generator (in separate sound box), batteries andengine.

 

Aft Crew/GuestCabin:

·        Accessed aft of galley. Double bunk, lockers, hanging closet, bookshelf, three opening portlights. A/C controls. Ensuite head with shower, hand basin,lockers.

Rig:

·       Francespar / Sparcraft aluminium two spreader deck-steppedmast

  • Mast, boom and spinnaker pole finished ‘Off White’ Awlgrip(2011)
  • Stainless wire rigging (Backstay, forestay & cap shrouds replaced September2010)
  • Checkstays for use with cutter rig (replaced2007)
  • Navtec hydraulic backstay tensioner -2014
  • Profurl roller furling on genoa andstaysail
  • Awlgrip white painted Selden rod vang (refurbished2008).
  • Stackpack system for mainsail (new2012)
  • Lewmar battencars for mainsailsystem
  • 2-reefing points formainsail
  • Sheaves for main halyard and topping lift replaced/refurbished July2010
  • Spinnaker kit with blocks andsheets
  • Dynema main halyard replaced2012
  • Headsails sheets replaced2012
  • Outhaul replaced2006

 

Winches:

  • All winches byHarken.

 

  • 2x 2-speed electric self-tailing primary winches (upgraded kit for power system –2007)
  • 4x 2-speed manual self-tailing halyard winches at base ofmast
  • 1x 2-speed manual self-tailing winches for vang at base ofmast
  • 2x 2-speed manual self-tailing mainsheet winches atcompanionway
  • 2x 2-speed manual self-tailing spinnaker sheet winches incockpit
  • All winches serviced 2012 and gearboxesrebuilt

 

Sails:

  • Doyle Dacron fully-battened mainsail(2007)
  • Doyle Dacron furling yankee(2007)
  • Quantum Dacron furling staysail (UV strip replaced2008)
  • Nylon symmetrical spinnaker (2002 but littleused)

 

General:

·        Alargecockpit,withfoldingdiningtableforeightormore.Sprayhoodandfullcoverbimini,withlighting above and at floor level. Steering cockpit separate but close enough for helmsman to be a part of the party and the main sheet traveller is safely forward of the cockpit, over the coachroof. Extended aftteak transom deck with comfortable seating, iceboxes under, s/s passarelle/bathing ladder. Large lazarettes with access to steering quadrant and gasstorage.

  • Forward deck wash: Fresh water, serves foredeck, reaches back tomast.

 

Anchoring & MooringEquipment:

·       Quick 24 volt electric windlass with remote control (2007 with new assembly and relays2012)

  • CQR 75lb anchor mounted on bow with 200 feet of 12 mm galvanised chain (new2012)
  • Fortress FX-55 aluminium secondary anchor on chain and rope (new2006)
  • Two chainlockers
  • Mooring lines andfenders

 

Covers, Canvas &Cushions:

  • Large bimini with inset LED lighting covering  whole cockpit – grey Sunbrella – new2012
  • Sprayhood/dodger with zip out mid section – grey Sunbrella – new2012
  • Liferaft covers – grey Sunbrella – new2012
  • Four matching foredeck sunbathingcushions
  • Aft seatingcushions
  • Stackpack mainsail bag – new2012

·       Extensive cockpitcushions

 

Tender &Outboard:

·        AB360rigidinflatabledinghywithcentrecockpitwithanchorlocker,binnaclelocker,SSchain/lock.SS folding anchor, oars. 5 gallon fuel tank and 1 gallon spare – new2012

  • 40hp Yamaha 4-stroke outboard – new2012

 

Sports Equipment (available by separatenegotiation):

·       3x full sets diving gear, 5x tanks, also snorkelling equipment for large parties.

  • Windsurfer, Excocet Cross 118 with top quality 7.5, 6.5 and 5.5 metre sails, carbon mast, boom, harnesses.

 

SafetyEquipment:

·       2x Eurovinyl 6 man liferafts (new 2007) Situated with easy activation under extended afttransom platform. (New case and service for stbd liferaft, Feb2010).

 

·       Numerousflares

  • Auto and manual inflatelifejackets
  • 2EPIRBS
  • Emergency tiller aft ofwheel
  • Rechargeabletorches
  • DanBouy
  • 2x Horseshoebuoys
  • Lifesling/MOB recoverysystem.

 

Fire-fightingequipment:

·       Auto and manual fire extinguishersthroughout

 

Extensive spares and additional inventory package – 

 

  • Enabling IMPULSE to be purchased as a complete turn-key cruising yacht with little or no additional inventory purchasing.

 

OwnersComments:

 

I was one of four friends who bought IMPULSE and commissioned the interior of this Philippe Briand designed Dynamique, launched in 1994. We enjoyed many happy years of sailing together. In the early years we also employed full time crew to run charters in the Mediterranean and Caribbean. When my partners decided buy a new catamaran, it was an easy decision for me to take over, knowing first hand the background and build quality of this beautiful yacht. I oversaw an extensive refit in 2006 and since then have upgraded many other areas of the boat.

 

The life of IMPULSE has been extraordinary. She has visited many parts of the Mediterranean - Nice, Cannes, St Tropez, the Cote D’Azur, the Italian Riviera, Ibiza, Majorca, Sardinia, Corsica and the Spanish and Portuguese coasts. She has crossed The Atlantic five times, sailed past the Statue of Liberty, journeyed throughout the eastern coast of the USA, the Bahamas, Bermuda, Belize, Venezuela and still this magnificent yacht is beautifully presented. No expense has been spared. Ashore this summer more works have been completed by craftsmen who know her well. A recent survey confirmed her replacement value at over US$2million.

 

 

 

IMPULSE is big enough to be an ocean going family or charter yacht but is still manageable by a couple, without the need for crew. I’ve even sailed IMPULSE around The Virgin Islands solo! Not needing full time crew is a huge plus. Two people can easily raise, lower and trim sails. The auto pilot, power winches and well planned layout make her safe and easy to handle. With a large generator, Impulse makes her own electricity and a high capacity water-maker turns seawater into drinking water at the press of a button. In addition, she carries over 450 gallons of fresh water and fuel, enough for many weeks atsea.

 

I’ve been sailing for many years and now want to explore some of the less accessible regions of the world, inland, hence my decision to sell. The old adage about ‘the best days of a boat being the day you buy and the day you sell’ is just not true. I have had some of the best days of my life sailing IMPULSE! I have many contacts to pass on, I know where to get jobs done and by whom. If you stay on top of maintenance, owning a boat is straightforward. I will be happy to help the future owners as much as possible with a good handover.

 

Disclaimer

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.

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Saint Martin
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