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Mayotte (Voyage) 47 - US$182,000

This is one exceptionally sturdy blue-water voyaging boat, with a good turn of speed.  The Mayotte 47 was the predecessor of the Voyage 500, with the difference being in the length of the transoms.  Her extra wide 28’ beam makes for a very stable platform under sail, and a wonderfully livable and spacious saloon, galley and cockpit, whilst at anchor.

Her galley is truly a dream to work in, with a full-sized stove top and oven, and no less than 34 sq/ft of counter space!  She also has plenty of storage space throughout.

'Chasing the dream' is a good value-for-money voyager!  Get on and sail now, be self-sufficient with 1KW of solar, wind charger and 2 water makers, and then do the upgrades as you go.

Hauled in Feb/March 2020, for topside paint, 3 coats of Sea Hawk bottom paint and sail drive servicing.  She is currently stored on the hard, waiting for her next adventurous owner.  A replacement set of Yanmar 4JH4E's, in good condition, still to be fitted, are included in the price.

US Duties paid.


Additional Details

Specifications

Specifications

Design:     Mayotte 47

Designer:  Alex Simonis (Simonis & Voogd)

Builder:     Scholtz Marine, Cape Town, South Africa

LOA:         47'

LWL:         45' 3" / 13.8m

Beam:       28' / 8.3m

Draft:         4' 6" / 1.4m

Disp:          9 tons

Deck:         GRP foam core

Hull:           GRP foam core

Launched: 1995

 

Rig:         

  • aluminium Sparcraft mast, boom, and rigid vang
  • Pro-furl roller-furling units for genoa and staysail/storm jib (staysail furler needs servicing/new bearings)
  • stainless steel standing rigging
  • running backstays
  • Solid, heavy-duty South African Sparcraft rig, which could do with some cosmetic attention in areas
  • +- 9’ carbon fibre removable bowsprit, for asymmetrical/screecher, etc.

Sails:         

  • Total – 3:  North Sails fully-battened main
  • Harken Batcar system
  • furling genoa in good condition
  • furling staysail/storm jib
  • stack-pack with lazy-jacks
  • continuous-line furler for use with a screecher, etc. (no sail)

Winches:                 

  • 2 x Harken 56 electric 2-speed S/T coachroof winches
  • Lewmar 44 2-speed S/T mainsheet winch
  • 2 x Lewmar 50 2-speed S/T cockpit winches (running backstays & down wind sails)
  • Harken 44 electric 2-speed S/T winch at base of mast
  • Lewmar 2-speed S/T winch on mast
  • 2 winch handles

Engines:     

  • 2 x 54hp Yanmar 4JH3E diesels currently fitted (re-conditioned in Cape Town in 2017, but whilst they have been running fine, they have minor oil leaks, are cosmetically poor and should be considered due for replacement).  Purchase also price includes replacement 2 x 54hp Yanmar 4JH4E's in good condition, still to be fitted.
  • SD50 saildrives (stbd main diaphragm seals new Dec 2017, new lower seals, oil and anodes March 2020)
  • approx. 600L diesel storage in 2 GRP tanks
  • 100L diesel storage in stainless tank for generator
  • Auto Stream 3 blade stainless feathering propellers, with adjustable fwd and reverse pitch (easily done in the water)

Steering:         

  • Bulkhead wheel cable steering (individual cables to each rudder)
  • Garmin autopilot system with Raymarine rotary drive
  • binnacle compass

Electronics:     

  • Garmin DSC VHF
  • Garmin 5012 12” multifunction display at helm
  • GPS antenna
  • Garmin radar (requires repair/new cable?)
  • Garmin sailing instruments with repeater at nav station (Garmin masthead wind transducer needs replacement)
  • 12v colour monitor in saloon to repeat Garmin 5012
  • Icom 802 SSB radio with antenna tuner (requires new antenna)

Electrical:    

  • 1005W of solar (3 x 335W LG NeOn2 panels - new 2018)
  • 30amp and 45amp Victron Blue Solar MPPT solar regulators (2017)
  • Victron bluetooth dongles for monitoring MPPT's (2017)
  • Aerogen 6 wind charger (all new bearings 2018 and new rectifier 2020)
  • Victron MultiPlus 3000w/120amp 220V inverter/charger
  • 220v outlets throughout boat
  • Samlex 1500w 110v inverter (new 2018)
  • 4 x 200amp/hr Ceil Solatron heavy-duty deep-cycle batteries (new 2017)
  • MASE IS8 8kw 1500rpm diesel generator in cocoon (uses Yanmar 3TNE engine) - low hours & runs well, but fair cosmetically and control panel has been bypassed, due to incompatibility of new MASE replacement panel

Accommodation:         

  • Berths – 8 in 2 queen and 2 double cabins
  • 3 heads with showers (1 head is full sized electric, other 2 are compact bowl manual flush)
  • Ultrasuede ceiling liners throughout (all in good condition, however a few require re-gluing)
  • blue leather saloon upholstery with blue fabric covers
  • cherrywood height-adjustable saloon table with folding leaves to convert from 4 to 8 seater
  • loose custom carpeting over marine ply flooring in hulls
  • Carpeting removed from saloon/galley floor.  The intention was to fit woodgrain vinyl plank flooring, but the new owner can decide what they wish to fit
  • Plenty of storage midships in both hulls
  • Blinds/shades/insect screens over almost all port lights and hatches

Galley:       

  • 4 Burner Eurogas propane stove top
  • propane Eurogas oven with grill
  • 12v top-opening 140L fridge
  • 220v Grunert top-opening 165L fridge  **
  • 220v Grunert top-opening 150L freezer  **
  • ** Refrigeration notes:  The DC fridge has been sufficient for Caribbean cruising and with recent large solar array, owner has been moving away from regular generator use, so the 220v Fridge and freezer have not been in use for some time.  Prior to that, they were fully functioning. 
  • older Miele 220v dishwasher
  • 3 x 20lb steel propane bottles
  • Xintex gas alarm with solenoid shut-off valve (new 2018)
  • twin stainless steel sink with pressurised hot and cold fresh water and separate faucet for drinking water, plumbed through a carbon filter
  • Galley is exceptionally spacious with tremendous amount of counter top space

Plumbing:         

  • approximately 800L water storage in 2 GRP tanks and 1 stainless tank
  • 4 electric and 2 manual bilge pumps (manual pumps new June 2020)
  • Village Marine +-25 gal/hr 220v water-maker
  • small Katadyne PowerSurvivor 12v backup water-maker (likely needs new membrane, as has not been in use for some time)
  • water heater in stbd engine room, heated by engine, or electric element (new element needed)

Safety:         

  • 10 Life jackets
  • 6 harnesses
  • 2 life rings
  • 5 fire extinguishers
  • radar reflector
  • boat hook
  • bucket
  • wooden bungs
  • torch
  • bosuns chair
  • 8 man Viking liferaft (service was due March 2018)
  • 75lb Rocna primary anchor with 300' of 10mm chain (chain in fair condition)
  • 75lb CQR secondary anchor
  • +- 30lb Bruce anchor with some chain
  • Quick electric anchor windlass with wired remote and controls at helm
  • 4 fenders
  • dock lines

Extras:     

  • 11’ Swift aluminium hulled RIB (in fair condition, has patches)
  • Honda 20hp 4-stroke outboard with electric trim/tilt/start
  • backup 4hp Yamaha 4-stroke outboard
  • electric dinghy crane with new electric winch in 2018 - incredibly convenient and takes one person only 30sec and almost zero effort to launch or retrieve the dinghy
  • extra-sized teak-slatted aft platform
  • stainless bimini with new grey Shelterite waterproof fabric in 2018
  • zip-on side mesh screens
  • foredeck mesh shade covers
  • fold out wooden cockpit table (adjustable to 3 different sizes)
  • cockpit cushions
  • transom hot and cold shower
  • stainless steel charcoal BBQ
  • various engine/generator/saildrive spares (belts, filters, impellers, oil cooler, etc.)
  • 2 spare quarts of unopened 2-part Alexseal Matterhorn White topside paint and converter
  • Pirate Lights security system (motion sensor, siren, 2 x key fobs, 2 x multi-colour LED spot lights with remotes - all new in 2020)
Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.customContactInformation

Carl Olivier

carl@multihullcompany.com

352-231-4843

Managing Broker

Contact - Carl Olivier
The Multihull Company

Located in British Virgin Islands

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: +1-284-441-3856
FAX: 215-508-2706
Email: Carl@multihullcompany.com
View Carl Olivier's Profile

Boat Specifications

Year

1995

Length

47 ft

Location

Florida

Price

182,000

Status

Active

Make

Mayotte

Model

47

Name

Additional Specs

Keel

Engines

About This Boat

Mayotte (Voyage) 47 - US$182,000

This is one exceptionally sturdy blue-water voyaging boat, with a good turn of speed.  The Mayotte 47 was the predecessor of the Voyage 500, with the difference being in the length of the transoms.  Her extra wide 28’ beam makes for a very stable platform under sail, and a wonderfully livable and spacious saloon, galley and cockpit, whilst at anchor.

Her galley is truly a dream to work in, with a full-sized stove top and oven, and no less than 34 sq/ft of counter space!  She also has plenty of storage space throughout.

'Chasing the dream' is a good value-for-money voyager!  Get on and sail now, be self-sufficient with 1KW of solar, wind charger and 2 water makers, and then do the upgrades as you go.

Hauled in Feb/March 2020, for topside paint, 3 coats of Sea Hawk bottom paint and sail drive servicing.  She is currently stored on the hard, waiting for her next adventurous owner.  A replacement set of Yanmar 4JH4E's, in good condition, still to be fitted, are included in the price.

US Duties paid.


Additional Details

Specifications

Specifications

Design:     Mayotte 47

Designer:  Alex Simonis (Simonis & Voogd)

Builder:     Scholtz Marine, Cape Town, South Africa

LOA:         47'

LWL:         45' 3" / 13.8m

Beam:       28' / 8.3m

Draft:         4' 6" / 1.4m

Disp:          9 tons

Deck:         GRP foam core

Hull:           GRP foam core

Launched: 1995

 

Rig:         

  • aluminium Sparcraft mast, boom, and rigid vang
  • Pro-furl roller-furling units for genoa and staysail/storm jib (staysail furler needs servicing/new bearings)
  • stainless steel standing rigging
  • running backstays
  • Solid, heavy-duty South African Sparcraft rig, which could do with some cosmetic attention in areas
  • +- 9’ carbon fibre removable bowsprit, for asymmetrical/screecher, etc.

Sails:         

  • Total – 3:  North Sails fully-battened main
  • Harken Batcar system
  • furling genoa in good condition
  • furling staysail/storm jib
  • stack-pack with lazy-jacks
  • continuous-line furler for use with a screecher, etc. (no sail)

Winches:                 

  • 2 x Harken 56 electric 2-speed S/T coachroof winches
  • Lewmar 44 2-speed S/T mainsheet winch
  • 2 x Lewmar 50 2-speed S/T cockpit winches (running backstays & down wind sails)
  • Harken 44 electric 2-speed S/T winch at base of mast
  • Lewmar 2-speed S/T winch on mast
  • 2 winch handles

Engines:     

  • 2 x 54hp Yanmar 4JH3E diesels currently fitted (re-conditioned in Cape Town in 2017, but whilst they have been running fine, they have minor oil leaks, are cosmetically poor and should be considered due for replacement).  Purchase also price includes replacement 2 x 54hp Yanmar 4JH4E's in good condition, still to be fitted.
  • SD50 saildrives (stbd main diaphragm seals new Dec 2017, new lower seals, oil and anodes March 2020)
  • approx. 600L diesel storage in 2 GRP tanks
  • 100L diesel storage in stainless tank for generator
  • Auto Stream 3 blade stainless feathering propellers, with adjustable fwd and reverse pitch (easily done in the water)

Steering:         

  • Bulkhead wheel cable steering (individual cables to each rudder)
  • Garmin autopilot system with Raymarine rotary drive
  • binnacle compass

Electronics:     

  • Garmin DSC VHF
  • Garmin 5012 12” multifunction display at helm
  • GPS antenna
  • Garmin radar (requires repair/new cable?)
  • Garmin sailing instruments with repeater at nav station (Garmin masthead wind transducer needs replacement)
  • 12v colour monitor in saloon to repeat Garmin 5012
  • Icom 802 SSB radio with antenna tuner (requires new antenna)

Electrical:    

  • 1005W of solar (3 x 335W LG NeOn2 panels - new 2018)
  • 30amp and 45amp Victron Blue Solar MPPT solar regulators (2017)
  • Victron bluetooth dongles for monitoring MPPT's (2017)
  • Aerogen 6 wind charger (all new bearings 2018 and new rectifier 2020)
  • Victron MultiPlus 3000w/120amp 220V inverter/charger
  • 220v outlets throughout boat
  • Samlex 1500w 110v inverter (new 2018)
  • 4 x 200amp/hr Ceil Solatron heavy-duty deep-cycle batteries (new 2017)
  • MASE IS8 8kw 1500rpm diesel generator in cocoon (uses Yanmar 3TNE engine) - low hours & runs well, but fair cosmetically and control panel has been bypassed, due to incompatibility of new MASE replacement panel

Accommodation:         

  • Berths – 8 in 2 queen and 2 double cabins
  • 3 heads with showers (1 head is full sized electric, other 2 are compact bowl manual flush)
  • Ultrasuede ceiling liners throughout (all in good condition, however a few require re-gluing)
  • blue leather saloon upholstery with blue fabric covers
  • cherrywood height-adjustable saloon table with folding leaves to convert from 4 to 8 seater
  • loose custom carpeting over marine ply flooring in hulls
  • Carpeting removed from saloon/galley floor.  The intention was to fit woodgrain vinyl plank flooring, but the new owner can decide what they wish to fit
  • Plenty of storage midships in both hulls
  • Blinds/shades/insect screens over almost all port lights and hatches

Galley:       

  • 4 Burner Eurogas propane stove top
  • propane Eurogas oven with grill
  • 12v top-opening 140L fridge
  • 220v Grunert top-opening 165L fridge  **
  • 220v Grunert top-opening 150L freezer  **
  • ** Refrigeration notes:  The DC fridge has been sufficient for Caribbean cruising and with recent large solar array, owner has been moving away from regular generator use, so the 220v Fridge and freezer have not been in use for some time.  Prior to that, they were fully functioning. 
  • older Miele 220v dishwasher
  • 3 x 20lb steel propane bottles
  • Xintex gas alarm with solenoid shut-off valve (new 2018)
  • twin stainless steel sink with pressurised hot and cold fresh water and separate faucet for drinking water, plumbed through a carbon filter
  • Galley is exceptionally spacious with tremendous amount of counter top space

Plumbing:         

  • approximately 800L water storage in 2 GRP tanks and 1 stainless tank
  • 4 electric and 2 manual bilge pumps (manual pumps new June 2020)
  • Village Marine +-25 gal/hr 220v water-maker
  • small Katadyne PowerSurvivor 12v backup water-maker (likely needs new membrane, as has not been in use for some time)
  • water heater in stbd engine room, heated by engine, or electric element (new element needed)

Safety:         

  • 10 Life jackets
  • 6 harnesses
  • 2 life rings
  • 5 fire extinguishers
  • radar reflector
  • boat hook
  • bucket
  • wooden bungs
  • torch
  • bosuns chair
  • 8 man Viking liferaft (service was due March 2018)
  • 75lb Rocna primary anchor with 300' of 10mm chain (chain in fair condition)
  • 75lb CQR secondary anchor
  • +- 30lb Bruce anchor with some chain
  • Quick electric anchor windlass with wired remote and controls at helm
  • 4 fenders
  • dock lines

Extras:     

  • 11’ Swift aluminium hulled RIB (in fair condition, has patches)
  • Honda 20hp 4-stroke outboard with electric trim/tilt/start
  • backup 4hp Yamaha 4-stroke outboard
  • electric dinghy crane with new electric winch in 2018 - incredibly convenient and takes one person only 30sec and almost zero effort to launch or retrieve the dinghy
  • extra-sized teak-slatted aft platform
  • stainless bimini with new grey Shelterite waterproof fabric in 2018
  • zip-on side mesh screens
  • foredeck mesh shade covers
  • fold out wooden cockpit table (adjustable to 3 different sizes)
  • cockpit cushions
  • transom hot and cold shower
  • stainless steel charcoal BBQ
  • various engine/generator/saildrive spares (belts, filters, impellers, oil cooler, etc.)
  • 2 spare quarts of unopened 2-part Alexseal Matterhorn White topside paint and converter
  • Pirate Lights security system (motion sensor, siren, 2 x key fobs, 2 x multi-colour LED spot lights with remotes - all new in 2020)
Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.customContactInformation

Carl Olivier

carl@multihullcompany.com

352-231-4843

Inquire About This Boat

Managing Broker

Contact - Carl Olivier
The Multihull Company

Located in British Virgin Islands

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
CELL: +1-284-441-3856
FAX: 215-508-2706
Email: Carl@multihullcompany.com
View Carl Olivier's Profile
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