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She is ready to cross the Atlantic right now, 90% of the systems on the boat are under a year old making her an outstanding platform to visualize your dream.

BRUCE ROBERTS NEW YORK 65

Dimensions   20,00 x 4,90 x 2,20 (m)
Material   steel
Built   1998
Engine(s)   2 x Kubota V3800 DI T diesel
HP/Kw   100 (hp), 73,5 (kw)
Lying   contact Hindeloopen
Sales office   De Valk Hindeloopen
Status   sold
Vat   not paid
   

General - BRUCE ROBERTS NEW YORK 65

Model   BRUCE ROBERTS NEW YORK 65  
Type   sailing yacht  Sail Yacht
LOA (m)   20,00
LWL (m)   18,50
Beam (m)   4,90
Draft (m)   2,20
Headroom (m)   2,00
Year built   1998
Country   U.S.A.  
Designer   Bruce Roberts
Displacement (t)   40
Hull material   steel  
Hull colour   Red  
Hull thickness (mm)   5
Keel type   Fin keel  
Superstructure material   Steel  
Deck plate thickness (mm)   4-5
Deck finish   2012
Superstructure deck finish   2012
Cockpit deck finish   2012
Antifouling (year)   2011
Dorades   2
Window frame   Steel  
Window material   Lexan
Portholes   10
Insulation   Foam  
Radar arch   mounted on mast
Fuel tank (litre)   8 x 200
Level indicator (fuel tank)   At pollishing system
Freshwater tank (litre)   2 x 200
Blackwater tank (litre)   2 x 130
Blackwater tank extraction   Deck extraction  
Wheel steering   Mechanical  Heavy Duty
Outside helm position   yes
Emergency tiller   yes
More info on paintwork   2011
Extra info   Comments: The interior was not on the 2011 renovation list. It is perfectly functional, as evidenced by the 6500nm passage. You can sail away on the Carol Lee today and remodel later, or customize and renovate to make the interior of your dreams. The bulkheads and framing have been done to a high standard, and contain much simpler joints than is typical in most yachts. Finishing the interior in its current layout would require only basic carpentry skills. Alternatively,if you wish even more cabins (chartering, for example).  

Accommodation

Cabins   5
Berths   8
Layout   yes
Deck saloon   yes
Headroom saloon (m)   1,95
Heating   Webasto
Aft Cabin   Master cabin
Dinette to convert into berth   yes
Galley   secure wrap around galley  
Countertop   Formica
Sink   Stainless steel  double
Cooker   5 burner
Gas alarm   yes
Microwave   2011
Fridge   Isotherm 90 l. 2011
Freezer   Isotherm 90 l. 2011
Hot water system   Webasto
Water pressure system   yes
Kettle   yes
Waste compactor   Broan
Owners cabin   aft cabin
Bed length (m)   king size 2,00 x 2,00 m.
Bathroom   en suite  
Toilet   yes
Wash basin   yes
Shower   Residential
Guest cabin 1   yes
Bathroom   Shared  
Shower   yes
Guest cabin 2   yes
Guest cabin 3   yes
Washing machine   yes
Dryer   yes

Machinery

No of engines   2
Make   Kubota
Type   V3800 DI T
HP   100,00
kW   73,50
Fuel   diesel  
Year installed   2011
Maximum speed (kn)   11
Cruising speed (kn)   8.00
Range (nm)   1000
Engine hours   500
Engine cooling system   Freshwater heat exchanger  
Engine controls   yes
Gearbox   Hydraulic  ZF 63 transmission
Exhaust   Watercooled  Vetus mufflers
Thrust bearing   Power train marine (norway) Hydrodrive
Propeller type   Fixed  quickutter, line cutters
Propeller blades   3
Propeller shaft material   Stainless steel  
Shaft lubrication   Water  
Manual bilge pump   yes
Electric bilge pump   yes
Bilge alarm   yes
Electrical installation   110 + 12V.
Start battery   Thin plate pure lead (tppl) 2 x 850 Ah
Service battery   yes
Battery charger   Super wind 350 self tending, whispering wind turbine 30 Ah.
Inverter   2011
Battery charger/inverter   2011
Shorepower   yes
Watermaker   Schenker Italia Smart 100, 100 ltr/h
Extra info   Comments: The propulsion system is simple and robust. The Kubotas were purchased direct from Kubota and marinized with off-the-shelf parts that are readily available. The motors are extremely affordable - in fact, should a problem ever occur it would be cheaper to purchase a replacement motor than repair the old. Carol Lee cruises at 8.5 nm/h at 80% throttle under one engine alone. Both engines are used only during dockage or when the extra power is absolutely needed. Fuel consumption under one engine at cruise rpm averages 3 gph. Although many people were skeptical, the twin engine arrangement provides excellent handling characteristics in close quarters, and a bow thruster is not needed. The Hydrodrive arrangement provides an ideal location to mount propshaft alternators whichcould provide unlimited power under sail - a great upgrade.  

Navigation

Compass   yes
Electric compass   yes
Depth sounder   Simrad BSM-1
Log   yes
Windset   Simrad IS-20
Repeater   yes
VHF   Uniden VM-525
VHF handheld   yes
Autopilot   Simrad AP 24+ WR-20 remote
Wind vane steering install.   yes
Rudder angle indicator   yes
Radar   Simrad broad band
Plotter   Simrad NSE 12
Electronis chart(s)   yes
AIS receiver   Simrad NAIS-B + transponder
Radio receiver   yes
Transmitter   AIS
EPIRB   yes
Loudhailer   yes

Equipment

Cockpit cushions   yes
Cockpit chairs   with sotrage  Aluminium
Anchor   yes
Anchor chain   13 mm
Windlass   Electrical  
Dinghy   Aluminium V-hull
Outboard   15 hp Johnson 2 stroke
Davits   yes
Sea railing   91 cm
Grab rail (superstructure)   yes
Railing side opening gates   3
Pulpit   yes
Life raft   yes
Life raft (pers)   6
Last life raft survey   new 2011
Lifejackets   6
Safety harness   6
Lifebuoy   1
Horn   yes
Fenders   yes
Mooring lines   yes
Spare parts   yes
Tools   yes
TV   yes
Radio-cd player   yes
Cockpit speakers   yes
Clock - barometer   yes
Fire extinguisher   yes
Latest extinguisher survey   2011

Rigging

Brand mast   one off, heavy duty
Material mast   Aluminum  
Mainsail   Marble Head Dacron 20 x 7,5 m.,
Mainsail cover   Mack Sails
Battcars   Harken 2011
Fully battened mainsail   yes
Main staysail   11,77 oz Marble Head, Dacron
Genoa   120% 10.77 oz marblehead, Dacron
Staysail   yes
Staysail furler   electric  Harken
Yankee   yes
Self tacking jib installation   Harken track
Reefing System   in boom reefing lines,
Boomvang   2011
Genoa sheetwinches   on cockpitseats
Halyard winches   self tailing
Isolated backstay   SSB antenna
Extra info   boom new 2011. Comments: The main is a simple and bulletproof system. Unzip the Mack Pack, head up, raise main. Lowering is as simple as heading up, releasing the halyard, and watching the sail drop like a stone into the Mack Pack. Reefing is achieved at the mast, with reefing lines on rope clutches right at the gooseneck. Lower main, cinch up reef, retension main. The triangle sheeting, combined with the boom vang, provides excellent sail shape, and is simple and robust. The Harken MarkIV Unit 3 electric furlers are a godsend. Furling switches at the helm make furling and reefing a dream. During the Panama delivery the staysail was in nearly constant use either under sail, or as a steadying sail under power. Genoa sheets are led to turning blocks mounted near the arch, then forward to primary winches located at the forward end of the cockpit seats. It is a simple and effective setup.  

Disclaimer

These particulars are given in good faith as supplied but cannot be guaranteed and cannot be used for contracts.