La Spezia Italy
SPIRIT OF ALTAIR (ex Altair) was designed by Bill Tripp and custom built in Italy. She is built to CE category A.
She is an attractive, light, fast but comfortable cruising yacht. She features a good size tender garage in the transom and has a spacious cockpit with twin wheels. Sailing is easy and fun with new sails from 2019, a Park Av boom, electric winches and an electric headstay furler. Below decks SPIRIT OF ALTAIR offers a raised saloon with wrap-around windows that flood the area with natural light. To port is a U sofa and dining table, to starboard are two chairs separated by the chart area. The owner stateroom is forward, aft of which is, to port the fully equipped galley, and to starboard a twin cabin. Aft of the saloon are two good twin cabins with single side by side beds. All cabins have an ensuite head and shower area.
Originally named "Don Pisco" she is now with her second owner. He has cruised the Mediterranean and to the Caribbean and back. He would now like to plan a bigger yacht for further cruising. SPIRIT OF ALTAIR is a superb family Mediterranean cruiser.United Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Northrop and Johnson. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel
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La Spezia Italy
Hull is constructed in carbon fibre sandwich.
Structural bulkheads in carbon fibre sandwich.
Aft tender garage in transom.
Manually operated stern swim platform (tender garage\ndoor).
Hull windows, 2 each aft guest cabin, 2 in saloon, 2\nin owner’s cabin.
T-bulb, lead keel with Antimony.
Retractable carbon bowsprit with bobstay.Deck\n\n
Deck is constructed in carbon fibre sandwich.\n\n
Twin Destroyer type steering wheels, 95cm diameter.\n\n
Custom steering pedestals incorporating instrument\ndisplays.\n\n
Steering quadrant by Solimar.\n\n
Rudder blade and stock in carbon fibre.\n\n
Flush mounted hatches by Solimar.\n\n
Retractable mooring cleats.\n\n
CQR anchor deployed via a fold out carbon anchor arm\n(system recessed at bow).\n\n
Recessed dodger and bimini.\n\n
Harken Black anodized self-tailing winches, all electric:\n\n
2 x Primary – 70 3-Speed\n\n
2 x Mainsheet –70 3-Speed\n\n
2 x Halyards – 60 3-Speed\n\n
Harken blocks and tracks\n\n
The interior joinery is finished in bleached teak.\nOverhead panels finished with white vinyl cover.
Accommodates 8 guests in 4 double cabins.
Forward Cabin –\nMaster Cabin
Centreline double berth.
Hanging locker aft starboard.
Head with separate shower compartment aft to starboard\nwith sink, mirrors, and storage lockers.
Tecma Silence marine W.C.
Two single upper & lower berths outboard.
Ensuite head forward with Tecma W.C, shower, sink,\nmirrors and storage lockers.
Two Aft Cabins
Guests cabins on either side aft, both with single\nberths inboard and outboard.
Drawers and storage lockers forward.
Each aft cabin has an ensuite head with shower, sinks,\nmirrors, storage lockers and Tecma W.C.
Large settee to port with dining table, seating for 8\nguests.
Central seat area covers engine bay. Movable backrest\nallows seating either side.
2 seats to starboard with navigation desk.
Counter tops finished in Corian.
Drawers and lockers for utensils and provisions.
Twin stainless-steel sinks inboard.
Miele Electric stove with four burners.
Miele Electric oven.
2x front loading refrigerators.
Front loading freezer.
Miele washer/Dryer machine.
Ice Maker (in saloon, under chart table).
Main electrical panel
Instrument and system display (for generator &\nwater-maker)
JVC music player
Garmin multi display
Volvo Penta 140 Hp diesel engine. Serviced June 2019.\nHours 1.037 August 2019.\n\n
Direct drive gearbox.\n\n
3 Blade MaxProp propeller (and a spare fixed blade\npropeller).\n\n
Bow thruster: Max-Power retractable,\ncontrol at helm.\n\n
Generator: 14Kw Mastervolt\nWhisper generator.\n\n
Water maker: Newport Spectra\n1000 MKII\n\n
Air conditioning: Marine Air\nincluding reverse-cycle heating.\n\n
Four independent units at located at aft cabins,\nsaloon, galley/crew cabin and owner cabin.\n\n
Plumbing &\nDrainage Systems
Hot / cold pressurized water.
Manual and Electric bilge pumps.
4 x Tecma toilets, all electric.
Fuel: 1,100 Litres (290 USG) – in four tanks (under\nowner bed, each side of saloon, by companionway).
Water: 800 Litres (211 UsG) – in four tanks (either\nside under aft cabins, either side aft of companionway).
Black water: four tanks, one at each head area.
Grey water: two tanks, one forward and one aft.
24v service system.
12v system for engine start.
New Mastervolt service batteries June 2019.
2 x Mastervolt chargers.
2 x Mastervolt inverters: Mass sine 24/1500 – Mass\nsine 24/5000.
Garmin instrumentation package, new 2016
Garmin GPS Map 7412 at chart table
Garmin multi displays
Garmin GPS Map 7408 at helm, new 2018
2 x Plastimo compasses
Inmarsat Standard C
Garmin 200 VHF
Retractable 26” LCD television at chart table
Bose Audio system connected to speakers throughout\ninterior and in cockpit
JVC DVD/CD/FM system in saloon near nav station
Carbon Fibre three spreader mast from Nordic Mast.
White painted carbon Park Avenue boom from Nordic Mast.
Standing rigging in Nitronic rod.
Reckmann recessed electric genoa furler (buttons at\nhelm).
Karver manual furler for stay sail.
Running Rigging in Dyneema / Spectra.
Harken deck gear.
A major inspection of the mast and rigging was made\nprior to the Atlantic crossing in 2018.
The mast was removed, report issued on rigging and\nmast and any works completed.
Holmatro Manual rig hydraulic system with central\npanel, controlling:
Main 2019 Doyle Dacron
Furling Genoa 2019 Doyle Dacron
Staysail 2010 North Sails Spectra
Gennaker 2010 North Sails With\nsock/bucket
I = 26m
J = 6,95m (TBC)
P = 24,95m
E = 9,05m
ZAR Mini Tender with Tohatsu S5 hp outboard engine
Outboard bracket on pushpit
1 Liferaft for 10 people
10 combined inflatable safety life\njackets and harnesses
1 EPIRB ACR Global Fix V4 406
1 Jon Buoy MOB
1 Full kit of Flares
2 Floating grab bags
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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.