Don Brooke 82

Don Brooke 82, Sail Yacht

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Don Brooke 82

Ketch

1988

24.87m (81'6")

5.97m (19'6")

2.36m (7'7")

Steel

1 x 315hp Cummins

9 berths in 4 cabins

Spain

425.000 € EU VAT not paid

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Description:

This 82 ft yacht designed by Don Brooke was built at I.S. Marine in Gulfport, Mississippi to a very high specification for world wide cruising. Very strong, with steel hull and aluminium superstructure built for serious blue water sailing to Lloyds 100A specification and certified by Lloyds. Her very solid and safety conscious construction features one collision bulkhead in front of crew cabin and another watertight bulkhead between crew/guest cabins and salon. Under power alone she can cross the Atlantic twice, and all other gear and equipment is set up for long range short handed sailing. Under present ownership she had many upgrades and improvements, and her interior and exterior was modified to improve deck space and comfort. Most key systems have back-ups and there is also a large list of spare parts on board. The yachts is also equipped for big game fishing, including outriggers and a fighting chair that fits on the swimming platform.

ENGINE:
1 x 315hp Cummins 6BTA5.9 Diesel
Engine Hours: 8813 aprox.

SPEED:
11,5 knots aprox.

CRUISE RANGE:
4300 nautical miles

CAPACITIES:
Fuel:    10787 Litres
Water:   1665 Litres
Holding: 1514 Litres

MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT:
Cummins 6BTA5.9 Diesel engine (1996/fully rebuilt in 6/2011)  
Twin-disc 2.5 to 1 gearbox (2014)  
Brunton Autoprop with auto hydraulic shaft brake & Aquadrive unit (2003)  
Maxprop 3-blade spare propeller  
Isuzu 20kW generator (2000/rebuilt 2011)  
Phasor 24kW generator (2010)  
24V generator/250 amp 24V alternator driven by a 2-cylinder Hatz diesel engine for battery charging  
24V / plus 120/240V AC 50/60 cycles  
Shore power 180 to 520V 50/60 cycles, shore power converter 12kW  
16x 6V Rolls Surrette house batteries (2011)  
12x 6V Deka batteries (2006)  
8 hours silent ship with no air conditioning  
Outback 3kW inverter (household)  
Outback 2.6kW inverter (refrigeration)  
2x Prosine 2,500 W inverters (engine room blowers)  
Mastervolt 800 W inverter (entertainment systems)  
Studer 4,400 W inverter (220 V supply)  
2x Sentry 100 amp 24V battery chargers  
2x Victron 50 amp 24V battery chargers  
2x Sentry 50 amp 24V battery chargers  
Lewco 40 amp 12V battery charger  
SeaPower frequency / voltage converter for 45 to 65 cycles, 180 to 520 VAC input (2000), 12kW  
2x 24,000 BTU Cruiseair air conditioning units with 7 air handlers, separate 16,000 BTU Cruiseair in pilothouse  
3x Sealand vacuum toilets  
2x 3407 litres (900 gallons)/day watermakers (fitted 2008/rebuilt 2015)  
Hydraulic bowthruster 30 hp  
Link 10-battery monitoring system  
Tank Tender pneumatic tank gauges  
2x Sets of refrigeration compressors  
Extensive list of spare parts  
Fuel 10,787 l / 2,850 g (steel)  
Water 1,665 l / 440 g (aluminium)  
Waste water 1,515 l / 400 g (steel)  
Max speed 12 knots under power  
Economical speed 8.3 knots @ 1,250 rpm for 12 l/hr  
Range 6,000 nm including generators  
ASEA 12kW shorepower converter unit, 240V 60Hz output

ACCOMMODATION:
Berths: 9
Cabins: 4
Head: 3
Crew Berths: 3
Crew Cabins: 1
 
Large double master cabin aft, with en-suite bathroom  
First guest cabin with double berth aft, port side forward from the master cabin, with en-suite bathroom  
Moving further forward, there is fully equipped galley (to stbd) and, further forward main salon amidships, with large sofa and dining table to stbd and another large sofa with a coffee table to port  
Second guest cabin with upper/lower bunk berths, forward of the salon to stbd  
Additional pull-out double berth in the main salon, plus a single berth in the pilothouse  
Crew cabin for three (double lower + single upper bunk berth) forward to port  
Third bathroom in the bow

ACCOMMODATION EQUIPMENT:
6x Olivetti flat screen TV throughout the boat  
40 inch LG flat screen TV in main salon  
Samsung World Wide VCR  
Sony Direct TV Sat receiver for USA  
Denon AVR 1601 surround sound receiver  
Pioneer DVD Player  
Denon 5 disc CD Player  
650 W UPS for Sat. & Stereo  
KVH TracVision Sat TV system G6 with internet option  
IPod pug in point  
Stereo speakers in 5 areas w/separate volume  
Samsung DVD Player  
Pioneer world system DVD  
Surround sound system in salon and master cabin  
3x Sealand VacuFlush toilets and bathrooms in solid marble and hand carved onyx (2003)

GALLEY/LAUNDRY:
Cospolich 22 ft3 fridge  
GE Monogram fridge/icemaker (2012)  
Cospolich 18 ft3 deep freezer  
Kitchenaid microwave  
Siemens oven  
Vetus stainless steel water heater (2015)  
Force 10 Gimballed 4-gas burner and oven  
Washing machine and dryer  
Iron with board  
Breadman breadmaker  
Cuisinart food processor  
B&D coffee machine  
Juicer & juice extractor  
Toastmaster toaster  
Braun electric kettle  
Ice cream maker

NAVIGATION:
Communication & Navigation Equipment  
10 station InterCom (5 phones fitted)  
Sailor VHF at inside and outside stations  
Sailor SSB  
KVH FB150 TracPhone (2010)  
Icom DSC VHF  
2 x Portable VHF radios (2016)  
Robertson AP9 autopilot MKIII with gyro  
2x Danforth magnetic compasses  
Northstar 941 GPS / Plotter  
Furuno 72 nm radar  
Furuno 36 nm radar with ARPA and repeater  
Werlisa weather station  
Furuno Navtex  
Interphase twinscope sonar  
2x KVH digital Gyros (2000)  
Garmin 2005 GPS plotter  
Iridium SatPhone with external antenna  
Robertson rudder angle indicator  
B&G log and depth sounder  
Main onbord computer with 17” flat screen  
B&G Hydra 2000 wind instruments  
Koden CVS 118 colour fish sounder  
Second onbord computer with MaxSea

DECK:
Winches  
2x Barient #36 ST 2-speed hydraulic main halyard  
2x Barient #32 ST 2-speed hydraulic main sheet  
2x Barient #32 ST 2-speed manual main sheeting  
2x Barient #736 4-speed hydraulic genoa sheet  
Barient #24 ST manual mizzen halyard  
 
2x 140kg CQR anchors  
2x 400ft galvanized high lest ¾ chain  
Hydraulic opening lazarette hatch (2004)  
BBQ  
Plath H4 hydraulic windlass, 800lb lifting capacity  
Fortress #50 anchor  
Fortress #75 anchor  
Bruce #75 stern anchor  
Plath capstans  
Apacmare hydraulic telescopic crane (2003)  
Outriggers and rodholders for fishing  
2x Fighting chairs for big game fishing  
3x Deck showers  
Sun mattresses  
Awnings for pilothouse and aft deck  
Deck wash system  
SEA loud hailer  
ARC spot light with remote control  
Stern swimming platform (2003)  
2x 1000 W halogen lights under swimming platform  
Teak decks renewed (2003)

SPARS & SAILS:
Ketch rig from Reckmann, rig pulled in 2003 and 2011
Reckmann in mast furling main
Selden in mast furling mizzen
Reckmann hydraulic furling genoa
Reckmann hydraulic furling yankee jib
Reckmann manual furling staysail
Navtec hydraulic backstay
Navtec hydraulic boom vangs
Spinnaker boom
Mainsail, crescent cut, Doyle (2006)
Mizzen, recut, Sobstad (1995, serviced 2006)
Genoa, Doyle (2001, serviced 2006)
Jib, recut, Sobstad (1995, serviced 2006)
Staysail, Doyle (2006)
Asymmetric Spi in Sock, Hood (1996)
Mizzen gennaker, Barrow Sails (2004)
Passage mainsail (serviced 2006)
Passage staysail (serviced 2006)

SAFETY:
Zodiac 8-man SOLAS liferaft  
Ocean Safety 6 person coastal liferaft  
2x Dan buoys  
Liferings with MOB lights  
Oxygen bottles and mask  
Casualty board  
8x Life jackets  
5x Bilge pumps  
Automatic safety alarm panel  
Fire extinguishers (2005/serviced 2017)  
4x Watertight bulkheads  
Extensive medical kit  
2x Satellite EPIRB (2017); one fitted inside the main liferaft  
Ocean flare kit (2017)

TENDERS/TOYS:
Novurania 4m RIB (2003/retubed 2011)  
Yamaha 40 hp 4-stroke outboard engine, fuel injected model (2011)  
Yamaha 4 hp 4-stroke engine (2004)  
Donut  
Chevrolet Astro (1996) Van/Limo fitted out in solid varnished walnut & grey leather  
2x Ocean kayaks  
Bauer diving compressor (3.5 CFM)  
4x Diving tanks  
Custom made 3.4m sailing/rowing tender in teak and GRP (stowed on foredeck)

BROKERS COMMENTS:
This 82 ft yacht designed by Don Brooke was built at I.S. Marine in Gulfport, Mississippi to a very high specification for world wide cruising. Very strong, with steel hull and aluminium superstructure built for serious blue water sailing to Lloyds 100A specification and certified by Lloyds. Her very solid and safety conscious construction features one collision bulkhead in front of crew cabin and another watertight bulkhead between crew/guest cabins and salon. Under power alone she can cross the Atlantic twice, and all other gear and equipment is set up for long range short handed sailing. Under present ownership she had many upgrades and improvements, and her interior and exterior was modified to improve deck space and comfort. Most key systems have back-ups and there is also a large list of spare parts on board. The yachts is also equipped for big game fishing, including outriggers and a fighting chair that fits on the swimming platform.

LYING:
Spain