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48ft blue water catamaran for sale. The boat has been meticulously maintained and modified to ensure it can deliver 200 miles a day under sail or power. Long range fuel tanks, upgraded engines and modified rigging underpin its passaging capabilities. New Awl Grip 2011New Hatches 2012New Generator 2014New Standing Rigging 2015Engine repower 2014
United Yacht Sales New Jersey would love to guide you through a personal showing of this 48' Dean 440 Custom 2002. This yacht for sale is located in St. Augustine, Florida and priced at $296,000. For a showing please contact us by filling out the form on this page and we will get back to you shortly!
2015 50.00 HP
2015 50.00 HP
Four cabins, two doubles each with en suite forward and a double plus single berth starboard aft hull and a double cabin in the port hull. Guest heads with shower cabinet are located in the port hull aft of the desk space. The galley is located in the starboard hull.
Three burner gas stove with oven, microwave oven. Two fridges and a freezer. Two sinks with fresh and salt water taps. Storage designed for passaging.LP Gas range and ovenMicrowaveDometic 12 Volt Fridge with Nava Cool FreezersIce MakerStainless BBQ Grill Various Galley supplies cutlery and appliances
Safety equipment – offshore Cat 1Parachute anchor, drogue, whisper pole, 5 winches (4 large, 1 small), liferaft.Spare Anchor & Stern AnchorMaxwell 1500 electric windless with remote foot controls. 2015
The helm position has a large garmin chart plotter which provides integrated radar, sonar/fish finder, weather. Large compass. Instrumentation for boat speed, wind and depth and a forward facing fish finder. A separate radio mike is located at the helm. The inside nav station has a garmin chart plotter providing the same functionality as the external system, a VHF radio and a KVH sat phone. Forward Facing colour echo (upgraded new 2013)Raymarine Smart pilot AutopilotRaymarine ST90 wind speed & DepthGarmin 4010 at helmGarmin 4208 at Nav StationCD Stereo with salon and cockpit speakersIcom VHF IC-M502 at Nav Station with comand mic at helmFuruno DFAX-207 Port Hull Icom VHF/HF marine HF-M802 Side band radio Port HullRaytheon Computer lead interface.
Genset whisper 8000 (upgraded new with onan in 2014)110v – 220v isolation transformerGel battery upgrade to 800 amp (upgraded new 1400 amp in 2015.)2 x 16000btu air conditioners (Replaced new in 2016)2nd 80 litre fridge in saloon (replaced new in 2015)Icemaker in saloonAC distribution board in saloon10 cabin fans3 x 12v outlets at desk3 x 220v outlets at deskSpecra Water Maker Prowatt Zantrax SignWave InverterPhase Three - three stage charger Model PT-80Automatic Bilge pumpsShore power cableJabso heads with Electric Toilet Conversion KitXantrax Solar charger/load controler. Gel batterys (upgraded new 1400 amp in 2015.)6 smoke detectors10 cabin FansHot Water Heater
2 x Yanmar (turbo) 50HP diesel engines with gory folding props an Onan generatorEngine Year: 2015Engine Type: InboardEngine Configuration : Dual2 x engine room FireBoy auto fire extinguishersOnan Diesel Generator 2014Vessel toolbox with various michanical spares
Two permanent screechers, one working jib, asymmetrical spinnaker and Profurl behind the mast furling on mainsail (vertical batons). Storm JibNew standing Rigging 2015
Owners Comments:"In 2009 Kari Bela underwent a major refit at Sailcraft Marine, Oriental, North Carolina. The hull was extended both fore and aft. The traditional Dean Bow was fairly rounded and surfing down big ocean swells once you reached the speed of 16/17 knots there would be a “push back” effect. The bows were “sharpened” to get around this. A fixed teak bowsprit was added with two permanent furling systems for the screechers. Kari Bela was designed for blue water cruising which by implication means you are going down wind and the two “screechers” gave her the ability to goose wing very effectively. The railings were modified on the bows and additional netting added to give easier access to the furlers. At the same time the jib and mainsails were replaced and I moved to a behind the mast furling system using vertical batons. This gave us the ability to be flexible in our reefing and is ideal for short handed blue water cruising as the reefing can be carried out from the cockpit and doesn’t require the boat turning into the wind and is a lot easier. The masthead was shortened from 68ft to 63.5ft to enable us to utilise the inter-coastal waterway. During that refit the sugar scoops were extended as dive platforms and railings added. The Dean traditionally lacked buoyance aft and she tended to drag her bottom a little bit. The modifications were designed to overcome that tendency and to improve access to and from the water. One of my criteria was I wanted to be able to log 200miles a day either under sail or engine. We upgraded the engines to 50 horse (turbo) Yanmar and added large gori folding props. The forward hatches were modified and four 100 litre aluminium tanks were added with a fuel transfer pump to the main tank taking total fuel capacity to 1,000 litres. Kari Bela has a lot of electronics on board and I didn’t want to rely on the generator for daily charge. I installed a wind generator, replaced the solar panels and upgraded the batteries to 1400 amp hours. Sailcraft made modifications to the cockpit to allow me install a new Bimini with removable side and aft screens and Perspex “front windows”. As part of the refit I replaced the coach roof Perspex windows and added small hatches set into the Perspex to increase ventilation. We added new mattresses’ and closed cell cockpit cushions. The watermaker was relocated for ease of access to the aft port cabin. The cooker was replaced as was the microwave. Sailcraft built a new system for supporting the dinghy off the aft deck rather than rely on a simple hoist based system,. We installed two dinghy supports which swivel outwards to allow the dinghy to be lowered between them and installed clip on netting between the supports and on the sides. The dinghy supports are linked and supported by the aft rigging shrouds. This provides an additional “sunbathing” platform and an ideal platform for getting kit on and off the boat."
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