Charisma II

BOAT ID: 6962147

Year: 1975
Length: 54 ft.
Engine/Fuel Type:
Located In: Honolulu, HI
Hull Material: Aluminum

Current Price: $325,000

Contact Information
Name: Harry Morgan
Phone: (516) 551-6224
Email: hmorgan@sparkmanstephens.com

This fast, offshore cruiser was built as a high;y competitive ocean racer, winning the 1979 Trans Atlantic Race and completing the storm raged Fastnet later that summer. Now fully equipped for ocean cruising with a jib and stay sail cutter rig, both on roller furlers, she has cruised  thousands of miles in comfort and safety. He racing heritage gives her great pointing ability and she is fast and stable under all points of sail. Her well appointed interior is comfortable both in port and at sea.


Accommodations
Number of Heads: 1

Dimensions:
LOA-Hull: 45 ft.
LOA-Total: 54 ft.
Beam: 14 ft.
Length on Deck: 45 ft.
Maximum Draft: 8.5 ft.
Displacement:

ENGINES

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 120 gallons
Fuel Tanks: 120 gallons
Holding Tanks: gallons

Accommodations

The interior is still like the enclosed drawing except the engine is now located under the aft companionway, the two berths opposite the galley have been converted to a settee and table and there is only one berth on the port side in the the  main salon. The aft cabin has a large quarter berth on either side with the Nav Station forward to starboard and the the head to port. Next forward through the port passageway is the main companion way with large sail/storage bins on either side. The galley is to starboard with an athwartships gimballed  propane stove and a large refrigerator/freezer on the center line. The main salon has upper land lower berths to starboard and a single berth to port. Built for offshore racing, the berths are deep and the U shaped galley make her terrific for offshore passage making, while her white walls and overhead, varnished teak lockers and ceiling slats along the hull and the teak and holly cabin sole make her interior warmer and more comfortable than one would expect in a race boat.

Galley

L and M Stamping 4 burner Stainless stove w/oven

Refrigeration/freezer 110v and engine driven

Additional 12 volt freezer plate

Double sink

H/C pressure water

Lots of storage.

Electrical

12 v DC / 110v AC

Panel at Nav station

Inverter/battery charger Zantrex MS 2000

Solar panels 4- 130 w Kyocera

Heart interface battery monitor

80 Amp engine alternator

130 Amp Balmar house alternator

2-8D house  batteries, glass/mat

1 engine battery, glass/mat

Shore power cord

Electronics

Furuno Radar 48 Mi open array 1942 Mk2

Furuno GPS GP50 Mk 2

Weatherfax Furuno 207

VHF Standard Horizon GX2100 AIS

VHF ICOM IC-304

SSB ICOM M-700 Pro

Autopilot Robertson AP 100 DL

Sailomat wind vane

Sat Phone Iridium

B&G instruments, 4-8 button displays, 3-analog wind direction

Sails & Rigging

Custom aluminum mast and boom

Cutter rig with dual Pro Furl roller furlers

Fully batten main, jib and staysail plus others

Rod and wire rigging

Hydraulic vang, backstay and baby stay adjusters

2 spinnaker poles

3 speed primay grinder winches Barient

2-#32 ST, 2-#32, 2-#28 st, 5#28 Barient deck winches

Boom outhaul winch

Running rigging

Deck

The deck also remains much the same as when she was  built except for the dodgers and solar panels that were added to improve cruising life. The big main hatch was originally designed as a secure place to tail the two main pedestal winches, but now affords great access and air to the cabin below. The custom hardware and winches date from 1975, but have been well maintained over the years and are in good working condition.

Safety Gear

Life raft 6-man Avon in valise

2 Maunal fixed bilge pumps

2 manual portable bilge pumps

2 electric bilge pumps

Safety Harnesses

Life Rings

MOB

Life Sling

Flares

EPIRB Rapid Fix 406

Contact Listing Agent

Harry Morgan

516-551-6224

hmorgan@sparkmanstephens.com



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