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Thursday, 21 June 2012

Multihull: 1991 Fountaine Pajot Antigua 37 for sale - GBP 60,000 (SOLD) in Langkawi, Malaysia.(UNDER CONTRACT)

Posted by YBC Brokerage & Charters | Thursday, 21 June 2012 | Category: | 3 comments


Multihull: 1991 Fountaine Pajot Antigua 37 - GBP 60,000
Location: Langkawi, Malaysia.SOLD


Fountaine Pajot Antigua 37 - SOLD
Built when Fountaine Pajot were establishing their reputation for strong, light catamarans, this catamaran was commisioned by her current owner who had the hulls professionally extended to 40' to yet further improve her speed and safety. During his time in the Caribbean he won the Tobago Regatta Liveaboard Class, first around the windward mark in 5 out of 6 races using the mainsail and blade jib configuration. The sailing characteristics remain simple and good natured despite considerable speed.
The yacht was last hauled out in May 2011. Bottom paint is Jotun Classic over epoxy primer. Isothalpic resins, no osmosis.
'Alchemy' is an accomplished offshore catamaran. 
 
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Location: Langkawi
Year Launched: 1991
Registered: UK
Designer: Joubert/Nivelt
Builder: Fountain Pajot
Displacement: 4.43 tons
Keels: Fixed low aspect
Engines: Volvo 2002
Gearboxes: Saildrive
Hull: grp foam core
Deck: grp foam core
Fuel: 150 litres
Water:
280 litres
Steering: mechanical
Emergency: tiller/link bar
Autopilot :Autohelm 3000 =>
Brand new spare Autohelm 3000
Length: 40' 0''
Beam:   19' 8''
Draft:    3' 4''
Engine hours:
Speed under power: 7kts
Props: 2 bladefolding +rope cutters

Accommodation:
Two double cabins and one heads in each hull. The saloon, galley and nav station are on the bridgedeck. Sliding doors to the cockpit enhance the living area to combine with outside. Very well ventilated, the whole yacht has thirteen opening ports and hatches, including the owner's own, patent pending, hard windscoops to the aft cabins. Mosquito screens for all openings and the sliding door. One domestic ring main for shore power, protected by a residual current contact breaker. Various AC outlets for items such as tv, computer and fans. Entertainment from a Pioneer music system and a 240vac flat screen tv and dvd player.
Galley:
3 burner stove and oven. Pressurised fresh and hand pumped water to sink plus salt water pump. Large 12v fridge /freezer. Hot water by 220vac only.
Showers: Two. One in each head.
Toilets: Two. One in each head. Manual Jabsco.

Electrics & Batteries:
.One bank of 4 x Trojan deep cycle batteries ( 2009 ). 3 x 75w Siemens solar panels ( tilting ). Ampair/Aquair generator, hang it in rigging or tow it to give 1amp per knot of boat speed. Inverter. Electric bilge pumps.
Electronics & Navigation:
Garmin gps. Garmin Chart plotter with charts for this region. Vhf radio. H/held vhf radio. Icom M700 Pro SSB radio with Icom AT130 antenna tuner. Furuno radar.. Autohelm 3000 wheel pilot, and another brand new and unused unit.
Mast/Rigging:
Mast, boom and forebeam all Z Spars. Professionally re rigged in Australia in 2005. Rigid boom vang. Telescopic spinnaker pole.
Sail Inventory:
Mainsail. Two genoas. Two blade jibs. One storm trisail. For downwind work the Profurl furling system has two tracks to set twins. Separate sheet tracks, well inboard, allow the blade jibs to point the yacht very high.
Ground Tackle:
Main anchor, 20kg Brittany with chain. Secondary Fisherman with chain and rope. Maxwell windlass ( 2006 ) c/w remote at helm.
Deck Gear:
Davits. Boarding ladder. Rain catching system. Cockpit shower. Lewmar two speed self tailing sheet winches. Two Lewmar self tailing winches at mast. Solar powered nightlights. New trampoline.
Safety Gear:
Sea anchor. EPIRB. 8 life jackets. 4 harnesses. Bosuns chair and webbing mast ladder. 12v search light. Advanced first aid kit. Manual bilge pumps. Two heavy duty 12v mobile bilge pumps.
Dinghy: Hypalon RIB, re tubed in 2007. Beaching wheels.
Outboard: 15 hp Yamaha.
Covers and awnings:
Aluminium frame cockpit sun awning. Vinyl cockpit cushions. Wrap around saloon window covers, two sets, shade cloth and canvas.
Extras:
Windsurfer and two rigs. Mask, snorkel and fins. Assorted fishing gear. Nikon binoculars. Hand bearing compass. One spare Volvo folding prop and two spare fixed blades. Numerous Volvo spares. STA-LOK self fit terminals. Spare engine mounts. Sparer vhf antenna. Extensive library of pilot books, manuals and paper charts.
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Tuesday, 19 June 2012

Quick anchorage finder around Langkawi Island Malaysia.

Posted by YBC Brokerage & Charters | Tuesday, 19 June 2012 | Category: | 0 comments

 Quick anchorage finder
 From list below select an anchorage and find it in
 the map grid reference.
 Photo of the anchorage plus Lat/Long
 and lots of information:





 1. Bass Hbr - Kuah    F4                      8. Pantai Cenang.        C5

  2. Monkey Beach.      E5                      9. Telaga Harbour       B3

  3. The 'Fiords'            E7                      10. Datai Bay.             B1

  4. Christmas Bay.       E7                      11. Tanjun Rhu.            F1
  

  5. Fisherman's Cove   E7                      12. Hole In The Wall.   F1

  6. Singa Besar.           C6                      13. Pulau Timun.          H4

  7. Sunset Bay.            B6                       14. Bumbon Island.     G5


Facts & Maps for Langkawi, Malaysia and surrounding region.

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               Facts & Maps for Langkawi, Malaysia and surrounding region.





Malaysia is a multi-ethnic and multi-religious country in Southeast Asia and one of the wealthiest and most developed countries in the region. A former British colony from the late 1780s to 1946, Malaysia gained its independence in 1957. The democratically elected government is closely modeled after the British Westminster parliamentary system.

Total Population: 25.5 million.  Capital: Kuala Lumpur (Metropolitan population 6.9 million).
Ethnic Groups: Malay 50%, Chinese 24%, Indigenous 11.0%, Indian 7% and others 7%.
Languages: Malay, Cantonese, Hokkien, Mandarin Chinese,  Tamil. English is widely spoken.
Religions: Islam (60%), Buddhism (20%), Christianity (10%), Hinduism (6%),Confucianism (2.6%), Animism (1%), others (including Taoism, Sikhism, Baha'i faith). Literacy:  A high 94%.
Economy: The country experienced an economic boom and underwent rapid development in the late 1900s and today is rich in minerals, oils, petroleum, natural gas, manufacturing and tourism.
Currency: Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) in units of 100 cents = 1 MYR (conversions on other pages)
At 1, 482 feet, the Petronas Twin Towers (seen at right) are the tallest twin buildings in the world.











 Langkawi: is situated in the north-west of Malaysia, next
 to the border of Thailand. One of the charter options is to
 spend several days sailing to some islands in Thai waters.
 
 The Langkawi charter base is a 30 minute scenic drive from
 the airport. The island is easily accessed by direct flights
 of less than 2 hours from Kuala Lumpur and Singapore,
 where international flights land each day.
 
 If travelling by land within Malaysia, there are  ferries  that do
 the 25 mile, 1 hour trip, several times every day from Kuala
 Perlis and Kuala  Kedah, or a 60 mile 3 hour journey from
 Penang. Also ferries from Satun, Thailand  take only 1 hour,
 several times a day,  for the 25 mile trip.
 
 Population: The small population of 55,000 people enjoy
 living and working at a leisurely pace on this laidback island.

 Entry Visas are not required by tourists from most countries,
 for a stay of up to 90 days. Passports should have minimum
 of six months remaining, before date of expiry.

Weather: The North-East wind season, from November to April, is mostly fine and clear.
The South-West season, May to October, has occasional rain between long sunny periods.
Temperatures: Highs 30c (85F). Lows 24c (75F)   Tidal Range: varies from 2 - 3 metres.
Royal Langkawi Yacht Club Position:
Latitude 6.30.35N  Longitude: 99.85.17E
At just 390 miles north of the Equator, Langkawi is within a relatively settled weather belt.
There are NO TROPICAL STORMS/CYCLONES or HURRICANES at any time of year.








 Safety: The Langkawi area is known as an extremely safe destination on both land and
 water. There has never been an incident of piracy in surrounding regions in modern times.
 Being part of the Andaman Sea, which is regularly patrolled by the Navy, Coast Guard
 and Water Police, it should not be confused with occasional trouble spots in the South
 China Sea and Sulu Sea, over 2,000 miles away, between Borneo and the Philippines.

Base Facilities: Showers/toilets • Bars/restaurants •  Pool/sauna • Telephones • Internet
Nearby are: Supermarket • Shopping mall • Bakery • Banks & ATM •  Market • Car rental
Water and electricity are available on the berths at the base, also WI-FI for laptops/internet.
Transfers: Between the airport and base can be arranged after the charter booking is made.
Provisioning: Either do your own or complete a shopping list in advance & staff buy for you.



Features: Langkawi is a Duty Free island. There are no taxes on buying/selling/chartering a yacht. All goods, including vehicles, alcohol, cigarettes and electronics are totally duty free. Also, there are fabulous beaches, fine hotels, great shopping, excellent restaurants and bars. There are no traffic jams, no road rage, next to no crime rate and very friendly, helpful locals.
All this adds up to the perfect paradise -  to buy or charter a yacht and go sailing in the sun.

Langkawi to Phuket: There are 100's of islands, bays/lagoons with crystal clear water,
full of tropical fish and beautiful coral, plus many deserted beaches with clean white sand.
The cruising area of 6,000 square miles has many secluded anchorages to choose from. Having so many pristine, uncluttered destinations to explore and safe waters to navigate all year long, it certainly makes this one of the most idyllic cruising grounds on the planet.
Whether your interest is finding a yacht to buy or charter,
this is the place to enjoy sailing.

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