Sails and Winches
- Mainsail: Built by Rolly Tasker, 2009. Two-line slab reefing system, lines come to cockpit. Fully battened. Three reefs can be taken without getting out of the cockpit. Halyard comes to cockpit.
- Genoa: Roller furled, Bamar furler. Built by Rick Royden Sails, 2004
- Continuous furling system for light air sail (gennaker) by Sea Rig-KZ Marine; no sail supplied
- Inner staysail: Roller furled. Built by Quantum Sails, Dec. 2007
- Storm trysail: On deck with dedicated track up the mast.
- Two electric Lewmar 66 winches for jib sheets and main halyard
- One electric Lewmar 54 winch for main sheet.
- Two manual winches in cockpit for general purposes.
- One manual winch near mast for handling spinnaker halyard and lifting dinghy.
- Maxwell anchor windlass: two chain drums for 13 mm chain and one rope drum.
- Three anchors: Rocna 88 pounds; CQR-Plow style 75 pounds; Fortress FX-55 high-tensile aluminum.
- Two chains dedicated to the two bow mounted anchors: Both are ½ inch (13 mm) galvanized steel, and they are 100 m (295 ft) and 60 m (200 ft) in length. –
- One spare chain/rope combination: 30 m length of ½ inch (13 mm) chain spliced to a long length of 1” nylon anchor rode.
- One stern-mounted spool of ½ inch polypropylene line spliced to a 3 m length of chain, for tying the stern to a tree or rock ashore.
- Pressure salt water wash at anchor area on bow.
- Hydraulic steering, two rams.
- Hydrodynamically designed rudder, hung from a stainless shaft.
- Emergency manual tiller.
Propulsion and Power
- Yanmar 4LH TE, 110 hp diesel motor, 5,000 hours
- Beta Gen 7 Kw marine generator. New.
- ZF 220 V-drive hydraulic gearbox, installed new in 2012; with a new Centa coupling
- J Prop, with feathering blades
- Side Power bow thruster, 10 hp
- 12-volt alternator on the Yanmar for charging the start battery
- Eight 6-volt deep cycle batteries (Trojan) for the 24-volt system, new in Dec 2014; 450 amp hours in each bank
- Four 6-volt deep cycle batteries for the 12-volt system; 440 amp hours each bank; new April 2018
- One start battery, isolated from the others, but they can be linked
- Two 80-watt solar panels to charge the 24 volt system
- One 80-watt solar panel to charge the 12-volt system
- Smart regulators, chargers and sensors
- Latronics DC-AC pure sine wave inverter; boat is 230 volts
Radios and Communications
- GME Electrophone VHF
- ICOM IC-M710 MF/HF Marine Transceiver (Single Side Band)
- SCS Pactor-IIex modem for receiving email and weather fax
- Uniden Voyager handheld VHF
- Epson XP-410 photocopier/printer/scanner
- Acer Aspire 3620 computer for displaying electronic charts; using OpenCPN software
- Acer External monitor for viewing electronic charts (and watching DVDs)
- Deluo GPS (USB-style for supplying data to the electronic charts in the computers)
- Chartplotter in nav station: Raymarine c80. Also functions as radar. GPS for chartplotter needs to be installed. Data card required for charts.
- GPS in cockpit: Garmin 441S
- Extra GPS built into the AIS system
- Raymarine autohelm in cockpit; Raymarine 6001 autohelm at nav station; spare controller unit (brain) and spare flux gate compass are already installed should they be required
- Raymarine ST60+ wind and Tridata (depth, speed) in cockpit with repeaters at nav station
- Raymarine c80 radar and radome
- AIS transceiver – Vesper Marine brand – receive and transmit. AIS ships display on the electronic charts and on a stand-alone unit that uses only milliamps.
- Magnetic Compass, Sestral — 2 units, one for each hemisphere (north and south)
- Sextant, plastic
- Survitec 6-person liferaft; serviced in October 2018
- Man overboard pole
- 2 horseshoe rings
- Parachute anchor with approx. 125 individual drogues woven into removable line (can be used off stern as drogue, or can be used with parachute off bow)
- EPIRB ACR brand
- Fire extinguishers
- Electric bilge pumps, manual Whale gusher
- Offshore style orange life jackets
- Southern Ocean 3.2 m inflatable rigid aluminum-hull dinghy
- 2 custom Sunbrella covers: one for everyday use; one to keep water out when stored on deck
- 15 hp Yamaha 2-stroke outboard motor
- Danforth style anchor with chain and rope rode for dinghy
- Watermaker – 20 gallons per hour; driven by electric motor from generator
- Grey water holding tank for forward head
- Black water holding tank
- Isotherm stainless steel hot water tank; the water is heated by motors or electric element
- Domestic-style washing machine for clothes
- Eberspacher diesel heater for main salon and port cabin
- 1 Open Sea marine stainless gas stove, 3-burner with oven and grill
- 1 microwave oven
- 1 gas BBQ (Weber Baby Q)
- 3 nine-kg tanks for LPG (propane)
- Double stainless steel sinks (2), one with dish drainer
- Refrigerator, freezer and drinks cooler (3 separate units); driven by electric motor from generator
- Counter top: granite chips in polyester resin base.
- Cupboards and drawers, also under-floor storage
- Two 24-v pressure taps: one for fresh water, one for salt water
- Shelf for cookbooks
- Dedicated cupboard for wine and champagne glasses
- Protected area and safety strap for cooking under way.
- 12-volt stereo system w cockpit and cabin speakers and subwoofer
- External computer monitor for entertainment (swings around from nav station to face salon settee)