"El Capi III" is a terrific example of the Sunreef 62 sailing catamaran. Custom built to suit the meticulous owner. No expense was spared or option not considered. B.V.I. flagged, the vessel was built to meet MCA classification and has numerous upgrades to be able to offer luxury crewed charter. Delivered to the owner in June 2009, she sailed the Baltic before heading down to the
DescriptionsLayout & Accommodations
4 guest cabins with ensuite heads as well as a bow cabin for crew with separate head and shower on port side and a washer/dryer. Starboard aft cabin is the master with a larger cabin with small settee and a large toilet with separate shower. Port aft cabin has a double berth with a single "Pullman" for additional guests or kids. Also a separate toilet and shower. Fwd port cabin also has a separate toilet and shower while fwd starboard cabin has a combination shower and head. Each cabin has a fan for added ventilation as well as deck hatches with manual screens which allow the cabins to be darkened. Salon and galley share the bridge deck area while a large cockpit provides access to the transom steps and swim platform. The main salon door is a large stainless steel sliding door. An internal navigation station faces forwards and allows the crew to keep watch while monitoring systems and engines from a protected position. A large galley with appliances is on the port side while a settee is on starboard as well as a folding dinning table. The teak decked cockpit features a wet bar area with sink and icemaker, a dining table and plenty of seating. Two top opening insulated drinks lockers are on the aft side of the cockpit. A swim platform reached from transom to transom behind the cockpit and provides the dinghy storage. The dinghy is deployed by two extendable arms with electric lifting system. On the flybridge there is a central helm station with all winches, lines and control systems lead nearby so the boat is easy to single hand, even for such a large catamaran. A teak table with seating is forward of a large sunbathing area with cushions. Both bow compartments have been fitted out. The Port side with a toilet for the crew as well as a combination washer & dryer. The starboard side has a berth for crew.
The Galley is well appointed and makes life easy and suited to preparing gourmet meals when living aboard or cruising equipped with the following appliances and features; Dishwasher, Stainless steel microwave oven and grill, a cooker hood, icemaker, 32 bottle wine cooler and large household style fridge & freezer. Propane stove top and oven Double sinks Plenty of storage for glasses, dishes and cooking utensils and ample work surfaces Additional deep freeze is midships in port hull.
Deck & Equipment
ALL new teak decks installed January 2020.
Stainless steel bimini on fly bridge with navy blue canvas Rotating deck search light on mast LED courtesy lights on transoms, cockpit and fly bridge Electric horn on mast Waterproof speakers in cockpit (2) and fly bridge (2) Fresh water deck wash in cockpit and at mast base for anchor washdown 2 additional lights on the flybridge with separate switch Sliding plexiglass hatch between cockpit and flybridge 6 x Xenon 50W under water lights Safe 8 fenders and 4 dock lines 2 Fishing rod holders on transoms Additional stainless steel handrails on the side of the flybridge and on both transoms Dinghy chocks Zodiac Yachtline Deluxe 420 RIB and Yamaha 50hp outboard 2 icemakers (one in cockpit, 2nd in galley) Upgraded navigation lights to LED Mooring cleats were fitted with additional over-large backing plates Teak 'foot' pads on each side in boarding gate to prevent slipping Crew covers for main salon couches and dinning table Remote switch for windlass at helm station Bow pulpits with teak seats Full teak decks on transoms, in cockpit, flybridge and decks. (originally done with white caulk but recently replaced with black caulk) Teak toe rails Flush mounted Lewmar deck hatches Aluminum gangplank 2 additional opening Lewmar hatches in main salon windows with dark plexiglass and all hatch frames painted black 2500W 24V windlass Dinghy and Outboard (Available separately: ask Broker for Details)
Topsides waxed and polished
Propellors and running gear painted with prop speed.
New trampolines on order and will be installed.
Electronics & Navigations
Raymarine ST60 wind, speed and log Raymarine autopilot with 2 control heads Raymarine rudder angle indicator Raymarine GPS with E80 screen at helm station and E120 at navigation station Raymarine 4KW 48 mile radar Raymarine ST60 multifunction display Raymarine fish finder SE-200C forward looking sonar Connection between navigation instruments and laptop (not included) Yacht controller (remote control for engines, windlass and bow thrusters Navigation display can be seen on main salon TV Joystick at nav station Generator remote start at nav station All gauges, bilge pump alarms at nav station Captain's chair Broadband 500 Satellite communication Raymarine VHF with 2 handsets Raymarine external color camera with night vision Satellite TV with 2 receivers (1 for master cabin only) 42" LCD TV in main salon 3 x 20" LCD TV's with DVD/CD player in master, stbd fwd and port fwd cabins Harmon/Kardon stereo system in main salon with sub-whoofer and bose speakers Starboard aft cabin was pre-wired for future TV MOB system with 2 life tags EPIRB Satellite tracking system with movement detection and ant-intrusion alarm Raymarine AIS receiver and transmitter Compass at helm station
Electrical, Power & Plumbing
Upgraded electrical system for 24V DC, 220V 50Hz and 60Hz including 2 x 24V/75A chargers, inverter 24V/5000W and battery monitoring system. 110V shore power connection kit with cord 8 x house batteries (24V/800ah) 2 x engine start batteries (12V/120ah) 2 alternators 24V/110A with Alpha pro regulators and amp meters Kohler 19 KW generator with sound shield Salon, galley, cockpit and cabin lights on dimmers Sea Recovery 220 lph (@58gph) 220V water maker Sea Recovery 60 lph (@ 16gph) 24V water maker 5 x electric Techma fresh water toilets Salt water wash down pump Electric recessed blinds in main salon for windows 2 x 390 Litre (@ 102 gallons each) water tanks Pressurized water system with 2 x 60 Litre water heaters 2 x 88 Litre holding tanks with gravity discharge and 3-way valves 4 x electric and 2 x manual bilge pumps 2 x transom showers Upgraded 70,000 BTU air conditioning chilled water system (20k chiller on stbd, 50k chiller on port side) Gas detector 110V inverter for 110V 60HZ sockets 110V-22-V combination electrical sockets Alarms for day tank over flow and bilge pumps
Engine and Mechanical Equipment
Upgraded engines from standard 75hp Yanmars to 110hp 3-bladed folding propellors Stainless steel shafts 2 x electric bow thrusters Upgraded fuel tanks to 2 x 900 Litres (@237 gallons each) Additional sound insulation in starboard engine room against bulkhead to master cabin Set of additional engine throttles, gauges, tachs at nav station 1 x electric and 1 x manual transfer pump for each fuel tank Engine room lights Engine rooms accessed via large hatches in cockpit Automatic fire extinguishers in each engine room (MCA requirement
Total Power: 110
Port engine hours: 2016
Stbd engine hours: 2017
Generator hours: 4986
(as of 7/5/16)
Sails & Rigging
White painted carbon fibre mast and 'canoe' style boom with LED lights. Fully battened Hydranet mainsail Hydranet Genoa with mixed Dacron & spectra instead of plain Dacron on electric furler. Hydranet solent on manual furling drum. Gennaker on roller furler 3 Harken electric winches for main halyard and genoa and can also be used for reefing lines, etc. 2 Harken manual winches
Vessel was built to full MCA classification for category 2 Black antifouling 2 x 6 man liferafts Hulls are white w/blue painted cove stripe and vessel's name logos on boom and both bows.
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