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About This Boat

Do you want a catamaran that can sail in excess of windspeed, cross oceans with aplomb, and accommodate a crew of 6?  A catamaran of composite foam epoxy and e-glass construction with carbon fiber reinforcements, daggerboards, kick-up rudders, and chainplates? Now do you want all of this for less than $100k?  I thought so.  This is Malihini.  She is a John Shuttleworth designed and US-built open-bridgedeck catamaran and she is a performer (see the amazing polars).  Malihini has transited the Pacific from Hawaii to Los Angeles - and then back to Hawaii - and recently back again to Oregon.  She is a sailors cat and a blast to sail.  Use her to race or use her to cruise.  You will be impressed by her capabilities.  Contact Matthew for the complete account of her first two Pacific crossings.  Malihini is currently moored in Portland, Oregon and awaiting her next adventure.  


Additional Details

Equipment and Specifications

DESIGN:


-John Shuttleworth designed catamaran

-Rounded bilges

-Dagger board in each hull

-Flush decks and open cockpit

-Companionways with hatches steps down to cabin areas in each hull


CONSTRUCTION
-All foam core/epoxy/vacuum bagged construction

-Hulls are a composite of 20 oz. uni-E-glass, 5/8 thick, 8 lb. Divinicell
foam; 24 oz. uni-B-glass, all epoxy resin and vacuum bagged

-Bulkheads are 1/2" Divinicell foam with 15 oz. uni-"E" glass and epoxy
resin; 4" tabbings

-Decking is E-glass/epoxy; foam core; vacuum bagged; Awlgrip LP paint and
non-skid

-Composite chain-plates, carbon rudders/post, dagger-boards, main beams

-Each hull has (6) watertight compartments in the bilges

-The rudders, rudder posts, dagger boards, tillers are all foam with carbon cloth and
epoxy resin

-Rudder is FG/foam epoxy twin-balanced spade kick-up and steering in
tiller across cockpit connected with tiller bar

-Finished in Awlgrip

 

ACCOMMODATIONS:

-3 double berths (2 port, 1 starboard)

-Foam cushions

-Two-burner alcohol stove

-(2) Marine head in each hull plumbed directly into integral holding tanks

-Vanity area in port hull

-Epoxy/foam cabinets and countertops

-LP interior paint


DECK EQUIPMENT:

-#55 Rocna, New 2013

-#35 Bruce

-#25 Bruce

-RODE: 250’ x 3/4” nylon

-CHAIN: 100’ x 5/16”

-Anchor windlass mounted on deck to port of mast & directly above chain

-(2) 12” SS bow cleats; (3) 10” SS stern cleats; (2) 8” SS midship deck
cleats

-deck hatches

 

RIGGING:

-45’ alum. w/ double spreaders nmast

-Cutter rigged w/ stay sail; running back stays

-All 1 x 19 SS standing rigging

-Head stay and cap shrouds are 3/8” Dyform

-Double braid running rigging

- Winches (3) Lewmar 40 AST; (3) Lewmar 16 AST; (3) Lewmar 8A

-(4) winch handles

-(8) Lewmar 7/16” line clutches

-boom vang/preventer;

-Dock lines

-Fenders

-Aluminum boat hook

-Cockpit cushions.

- Main sail boom cover

- 2 sun awnings


SAILS:

-340sq. ft. main

-400 sq. ft. Genoa

-390 sq. ft. Genny

-400 sq. ft. drifter

-280 sq. ft. lapper

-190 ft. sq. ft. Yankee

-135 sq. ft. stay sail

-40 sq. ft. storm stay sail

-1200 sq. ft. spinnaker


ENGINE:

-2008 Yamaha 9.9 high thrust outboard

-Engine is mounted on a HD sled faring which is retractable

-20 gallon fuel capacity in four tanks located under aft cockpit seat


NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT/ELECTRONICS:

-Panasonic VHF radiotelephone – 25 watt

-Garmin GPS 152

-Wind, Depth, and Log (Not fully functioning)

-Autohelm ST-4000 mounted on tiller

-(2) liquid, lighted 6" Ritchie BN-202 Compasses

- U.S.C.G. approved navigation lights on hull

-LED Masthead tri color (2014)

-12V 4000 candlepower hand held searchlight


ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:

-Plastic-coated copper strand wire, tinned loomed and secured wire

-12V DC breaker panel

-120V AC w/ shore power and breaker panel

-Vapor proof 3-pole master switch

-(2) Trojan T105 batteries (2014)

-(1)Everlast battery (2014)

-Acid-proof secured battery boxes

-Freedom inverter/charger- 1000 watt

-4 Solar Panels - 2 mounted on each hull Thin film Technology

-30 amp shorepower cord

-(3) integral water tanks located just aft of mast 2 25-gal. tanks plumbed to galley in starboard hull; one 30-gal. tank plumbed to the vanity in the port hull

-Manual foot pump in galley for fresh water

-Manual hand pump in port hull vanity (needs TLC or replacement)

-(2) fixed 10-gpm bilge pump (in each hull)

-(1) portable 20-gpm bilge pump

- (1) GRP seacock salt water inlet in head area in each hull

-(1) GRP seacock saltwater inlet in galley area


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT:

-(4) portable fire extinguishers (2014)

-(3) type IV life cushions

-20” MOB ring

-Lifesling

-Olin distress signal kit

-Tools, many spare parts

- Jordan series drogue

- (2) survival suits

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.

Managing Broker

Contact - Matthew Dunning
The Multihull Company

Located in Seattle/Tacoma, WA

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
FAX: 206-347-4091
Email: Matthew@multihullcompany.com
View Matthew Dunning's Profile

Boat Specifications

Year

1995

Length

35 ft

Location

Oregon

Price

99,000

Status

Active

Make

Shuttleworth

Model

Open 35

Name

Additional Specs

Keel

Engines

About This Boat

Do you want a catamaran that can sail in excess of windspeed, cross oceans with aplomb, and accommodate a crew of 6?  A catamaran of composite foam epoxy and e-glass construction with carbon fiber reinforcements, daggerboards, kick-up rudders, and chainplates? Now do you want all of this for less than $100k?  I thought so.  This is Malihini.  She is a John Shuttleworth designed and US-built open-bridgedeck catamaran and she is a performer (see the amazing polars).  Malihini has transited the Pacific from Hawaii to Los Angeles - and then back to Hawaii - and recently back again to Oregon.  She is a sailors cat and a blast to sail.  Use her to race or use her to cruise.  You will be impressed by her capabilities.  Contact Matthew for the complete account of her first two Pacific crossings.  Malihini is currently moored in Portland, Oregon and awaiting her next adventure.  


Additional Details

Equipment and Specifications

DESIGN:


-John Shuttleworth designed catamaran

-Rounded bilges

-Dagger board in each hull

-Flush decks and open cockpit

-Companionways with hatches steps down to cabin areas in each hull


CONSTRUCTION
-All foam core/epoxy/vacuum bagged construction

-Hulls are a composite of 20 oz. uni-E-glass, 5/8 thick, 8 lb. Divinicell
foam; 24 oz. uni-B-glass, all epoxy resin and vacuum bagged

-Bulkheads are 1/2" Divinicell foam with 15 oz. uni-"E" glass and epoxy
resin; 4" tabbings

-Decking is E-glass/epoxy; foam core; vacuum bagged; Awlgrip LP paint and
non-skid

-Composite chain-plates, carbon rudders/post, dagger-boards, main beams

-Each hull has (6) watertight compartments in the bilges

-The rudders, rudder posts, dagger boards, tillers are all foam with carbon cloth and
epoxy resin

-Rudder is FG/foam epoxy twin-balanced spade kick-up and steering in
tiller across cockpit connected with tiller bar

-Finished in Awlgrip

 

ACCOMMODATIONS:

-3 double berths (2 port, 1 starboard)

-Foam cushions

-Two-burner alcohol stove

-(2) Marine head in each hull plumbed directly into integral holding tanks

-Vanity area in port hull

-Epoxy/foam cabinets and countertops

-LP interior paint


DECK EQUIPMENT:

-#55 Rocna, New 2013

-#35 Bruce

-#25 Bruce

-RODE: 250’ x 3/4” nylon

-CHAIN: 100’ x 5/16”

-Anchor windlass mounted on deck to port of mast & directly above chain

-(2) 12” SS bow cleats; (3) 10” SS stern cleats; (2) 8” SS midship deck
cleats

-deck hatches

 

RIGGING:

-45’ alum. w/ double spreaders nmast

-Cutter rigged w/ stay sail; running back stays

-All 1 x 19 SS standing rigging

-Head stay and cap shrouds are 3/8” Dyform

-Double braid running rigging

- Winches (3) Lewmar 40 AST; (3) Lewmar 16 AST; (3) Lewmar 8A

-(4) winch handles

-(8) Lewmar 7/16” line clutches

-boom vang/preventer;

-Dock lines

-Fenders

-Aluminum boat hook

-Cockpit cushions.

- Main sail boom cover

- 2 sun awnings


SAILS:

-340sq. ft. main

-400 sq. ft. Genoa

-390 sq. ft. Genny

-400 sq. ft. drifter

-280 sq. ft. lapper

-190 ft. sq. ft. Yankee

-135 sq. ft. stay sail

-40 sq. ft. storm stay sail

-1200 sq. ft. spinnaker


ENGINE:

-2008 Yamaha 9.9 high thrust outboard

-Engine is mounted on a HD sled faring which is retractable

-20 gallon fuel capacity in four tanks located under aft cockpit seat


NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT/ELECTRONICS:

-Panasonic VHF radiotelephone – 25 watt

-Garmin GPS 152

-Wind, Depth, and Log (Not fully functioning)

-Autohelm ST-4000 mounted on tiller

-(2) liquid, lighted 6" Ritchie BN-202 Compasses

- U.S.C.G. approved navigation lights on hull

-LED Masthead tri color (2014)

-12V 4000 candlepower hand held searchlight


ELECTRICAL SYSTEM:

-Plastic-coated copper strand wire, tinned loomed and secured wire

-12V DC breaker panel

-120V AC w/ shore power and breaker panel

-Vapor proof 3-pole master switch

-(2) Trojan T105 batteries (2014)

-(1)Everlast battery (2014)

-Acid-proof secured battery boxes

-Freedom inverter/charger- 1000 watt

-4 Solar Panels - 2 mounted on each hull Thin film Technology

-30 amp shorepower cord

-(3) integral water tanks located just aft of mast 2 25-gal. tanks plumbed to galley in starboard hull; one 30-gal. tank plumbed to the vanity in the port hull

-Manual foot pump in galley for fresh water

-Manual hand pump in port hull vanity (needs TLC or replacement)

-(2) fixed 10-gpm bilge pump (in each hull)

-(1) portable 20-gpm bilge pump

- (1) GRP seacock salt water inlet in head area in each hull

-(1) GRP seacock saltwater inlet in galley area


ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT:

-(4) portable fire extinguishers (2014)

-(3) type IV life cushions

-20” MOB ring

-Lifesling

-Olin distress signal kit

-Tools, many spare parts

- Jordan series drogue

- (2) survival suits

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.

Inquire About This Boat

Managing Broker

Contact - Matthew Dunning
The Multihull Company

Located in Seattle/Tacoma, WA

OFFICE: 215-508-2704
FAX: 206-347-4091
Email: Matthew@multihullcompany.com
View Matthew Dunning's Profile
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