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An opportunity to acquire a hurricane damaged boat that's been professionally repaired and requires some cosmetic work to finish, owners plans were to put the boat into private charter with a villa but they have now changed and we wants to sell fast!

This boat was in the storage yard during hurricane Irma and sustained damage to the keels and mast, the keels were professionally replaced by the owner who is a specialist contractor in fiberglass repairs and painting, a used mast was also purchased and installed, the boat has been surveyed since the repairs for insurance purposes but there is no written report just a list of recommendations as follows

  • Port side and aft safety lines not fitted.
  • One port safety stanchion fore of midships not fitted.
  • The batteries were not covered or secured.
  • The port bronze raw water seacock appeared to be seized.
  • The Generator was missing covers.
  • Bimini frame was not secure.
  • GPS Chartplotter was not fitted.
  • Wind transducer was not fitted.
  • Saloon door latch was not functioning.
  • Propane tank was not fitted in a propane vented locker and the LPG hose was not fitted.
  • Oven not fitted.
  • Stove not functioning.
  • Fridge/freezer not connected to power.
  • Fasteners for slave bar for rudder shaft tiller arms corroded and loose.
  • No split pins were fitted for the turnbuckles.
  • Topping lift for boom not fitted.
  • Sails not fitted.

A new survey would be required at the buyers expense. Priced to sell fast.

Work completed on boat:

  • Manufacture and Install both Keels .
  • Repair Boom .
  • Install New Bimini Frames .
  • Replace Two Batteries .
  • Install new cushion Cover .
  • Repair Fuel tank-Remove and Capsulate with west system epoxy .
  • Service fuel pump .
  • Clean and Calibrate injectors .
  • Build new rudder
  • Installed used mast

Moonshadow is a 4 cabin 4 head model. Each hull has a bulkhead about 2m back from the bow, an excellent safety feature. With the 4 cabin set-up, the area forward in the port hull can be arranged with a single berth or as a workshop and storage area.

The interior is light and bright. The saloon is a nice place to be, with panoramic views, white mouldings and light timber trim. The cabins, too, are roomy. The owner's cabin, aft in the starboard hull, has the berth mounted across the boat, beneath the molding, which provides the raised steering platform. The furniture is not bonded to the hull, which provides easy access to the electronics and equipment and make the Orana 44 an easy boat to service.

The helmsman's seat holds three, and the raised helm position provides excellent view on all four corners. All the winches and controls are led here for easy single-handing. Behind the helm is a sun bed. Alongside it, is a seating and storage bench. The cockpit is spacious with a large table sitting easily eight.

Simplicity is the Orana 44's theme. The boat lacks for nothing but everything has been carefully and stylishly designed.

Full walkthrough video in listing.


Additional Details

Manufacturer Provided Description

ORANA 44 is intended to be a comfortable ocean-going vessel.
Designed by the famous Joubert-Nivelt firm of architects, the ORANA 44 offers:
Free on-deck movement, like her sisters.
A very low center of gravity for maximum security, with opened access between the cockpit and saloon.
A large sliding window for direct communication between the saloon and cockpit.
A three-seat steering station combining all navigation controls, with excellent visibility over the roof.
A sheltered sundeck behind the steering station, which includes two portable sunloungers with adjustable backs. Most importantly, great performances with 110m² of sail, which in normal weather would allow extensive sailing under the wind, limiting use of motors.
There are two versions of the ORANA 44, including the original:
4-cabin: in the passageways are four bright, attractive cabins, each with attached lavatory and separate shower room.
A new Maestro Version: The ORANA 44 benefits from a new Owner hull for greater comfort on board. The entirely private hull has a fine cabin which opens out a bureau with a library and has a private bathroom. On the portside are two double cabins and two shower rooms.
This bathroom redesigned to offer more intimacy has a shower separated by a plexiglass panel, a superb free standing wash basin, and a wall unit with mirrors on both doors.

The wind, the finest energy

Cockpit
  • Large cockpit on the same level with saloon
  • Cockpit rigid Bimini top
  • Solarium behind helmsman seat with headrest and footrest
  • 1 6-person bench seat around the table
  • 1 cockpit table
  • 1 3-person bench seat under the solarium
  • 1 locker bench seat under the solarium
  • 1 locker in cockpit bench seat
  • 1 large locker in cockpit bench seat (space reserved for a generator set)
  • 2 life raft areas
  • Main lighting - watertight spotlight
Accommodations

Aft cabin

  • Access through wooden door in passageway
  • Double bed (1,60x2,00 m approx.) with side access (semi-island bed)
  • Storage under bed with front access
  • Shelves on each side of the bed
  • Hanging closet with shelves
  • Ventilation via 1 deck hatch + 1 porthole overlooking cockpit
  • 1 non-opening outward-facing picture window
  • Curtains on all openings
  • Main lighting via LED spotlights and 2 bedside reading lights

Aft bathroom

  • Access through wooden door
  • Counter top with built-in washbasin and mirror
  • Hot & cold fresh water with mixer faucet and built-in hand-held shower
  • Shower with electric drainage pump
  • Electric marine toilet
  • Storage bag leaning against door
  • Bathroom accessories (toilet tissue holder + towel rail)
  • Ventilation by 1 deck hatch
  • Lighting via 2 spotlights

Forward bathroom

  • Access through wooden door
  • Counter top with built-in washbasin and mirror
  • Hot & cold fresh water with mixer faucet and built-in hand-held shower
  • Shower with electrical drainage pump
  • Electric marine toilet
  • Storage bag leaning against door
  • Bathroom accessories (toilet tissue holder + towel rail)
  • Ventilation by 1 deck hatch
  • Lighting via 2 spotlights

Forward cabin

  • Access through wooden door in passageway
  • Double bed (1,10/1,45x2m approx.) with side access (semi-island bed)
  • Storage under bed with side access
  • 1 hanging closet with shelves
  • 1 shelf above bed
  • Ventilation via 1 deck hatch, 1 escape hatch opening and 1 hull porthole
  • 1 non-opening outward-facing picture window
  • Curtains on all openings
  • Main lighting via LED spotlights and 2 bedside reading lights
Galley
  • worktop
  • 1 stainless steel double sink with draining board
  • 1 vertically-accessed bin, bags removable from separate door
  • Hot and cold pressurized water, mixer tap
  • Pressurized sea water
  • 1 stainless steel hob, 3 strong power gas burners with saucepan holders
  • Cold storage volume 190l
  • Cold storage cooled by a 12V refrigeration system
  • Bar including an independent space for garbage can, storage and drawer
  • 1 upper storage locker, including 1 open locker
  • 1 large storage locker under sink
  • 1 drawer under oven
  • 1 large storage locker port of entrance door
  • Main lighting - LED spotlights
Engines
  • 2 x Volvo D2-40 hp sail drive engines
  • 2 x 2-blade propellers
  • Saltwater filter
  • Engine cooling by heat exchanger
  • Complete engine panel and dual engines controls at helm station
  • Hour meter
Electrics

Power system

  • 2 x 115A/12V engine alternators
  • 1 set starboard onboard/engine batteries of 600A/h
  • 1 port engine batterie of 100A/h
  • 1 manual back-up link and 1 automatically back-up link

12V electrical distribution panel

  • General 12V distribution panel at chart table protected by circuit breakers
  • Voltmeter for onboard batteries
  • Spare sockets for extra equipment

Electronics

  • 1 VHF masthead antenna
  • Raymarine ST70 Electronics suite
  • Xantrex battery monitor
  • Renogy MPPT Solar controller
  • Dolphin 60 A Battery charger
  • Magnum Invertor + Remote
Sails, Mast and Boom

Mast and boom

  • Mast and boom in anodized aluminum
  • Complete standing rigging
  • Ball bearing mainsail luff cars
  • 1 two-part tackle on mainsail halyard
  • 1 topping lift
  • 3 reef pennants
  • 1 genoa halyard
  • 1 spinnaker halyard
  • Lazy-jack
  • Clutches on halyards for genoa, spinnaker and topping lift
  • Clutches on reef pennants at boom exit
  • 2 flag halyards
  • Navigation, running and mooring lights
  • Deck lighting

Sails

  • High quality full-batten mainsail and genoa
  • Roller genoa furler
  • Genoa with anti UV bands
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 - Stephen Varrow
The Multihull Company

Located in Virgin Islands

CELL:+1-786-246-0809
Office Phone:+1-215-508-2704
FAX:+1-215-508-2706
Email: Steve@multihullcompany.com
View Stephen Varrow's Profile

Boat Specifications

Year

2011

Length

44 ft

Location

Virgin Islands (british)

Price

199,000

Status

Sale Pending

Make

Fountaine Pajot

Model

Orana 44 Grand Large

Name

Moonshadow

Boat Video

Additional Specs

Keel

Engines

Make: Volvo

Model: D2-40

Type: Inboard

Fuel: diesel

Power: 40|horsepower

Year: 2011

Hours: 2555

Location: Port



Make: Volvo

Model: D2-40

Type: Inboard

Fuel: diesel

Power: 40|horsepower

Year: 2011

Hours: 2500

Location: Starboard



About This Boat

An opportunity to acquire a hurricane damaged boat that's been professionally repaired and requires some cosmetic work to finish, owners plans were to put the boat into private charter with a villa but they have now changed and we wants to sell fast!

This boat was in the storage yard during hurricane Irma and sustained damage to the keels and mast, the keels were professionally replaced by the owner who is a specialist contractor in fiberglass repairs and painting, a used mast was also purchased and installed, the boat has been surveyed since the repairs for insurance purposes but there is no written report just a list of recommendations as follows

  • Port side and aft safety lines not fitted.
  • One port safety stanchion fore of midships not fitted.
  • The batteries were not covered or secured.
  • The port bronze raw water seacock appeared to be seized.
  • The Generator was missing covers.
  • Bimini frame was not secure.
  • GPS Chartplotter was not fitted.
  • Wind transducer was not fitted.
  • Saloon door latch was not functioning.
  • Propane tank was not fitted in a propane vented locker and the LPG hose was not fitted.
  • Oven not fitted.
  • Stove not functioning.
  • Fridge/freezer not connected to power.
  • Fasteners for slave bar for rudder shaft tiller arms corroded and loose.
  • No split pins were fitted for the turnbuckles.
  • Topping lift for boom not fitted.
  • Sails not fitted.

A new survey would be required at the buyers expense. Priced to sell fast.

Work completed on boat:

  • Manufacture and Install both Keels .
  • Repair Boom .
  • Install New Bimini Frames .
  • Replace Two Batteries .
  • Install new cushion Cover .
  • Repair Fuel tank-Remove and Capsulate with west system epoxy .
  • Service fuel pump .
  • Clean and Calibrate injectors .
  • Build new rudder
  • Installed used mast

Moonshadow is a 4 cabin 4 head model. Each hull has a bulkhead about 2m back from the bow, an excellent safety feature. With the 4 cabin set-up, the area forward in the port hull can be arranged with a single berth or as a workshop and storage area.

The interior is light and bright. The saloon is a nice place to be, with panoramic views, white mouldings and light timber trim. The cabins, too, are roomy. The owner's cabin, aft in the starboard hull, has the berth mounted across the boat, beneath the molding, which provides the raised steering platform. The furniture is not bonded to the hull, which provides easy access to the electronics and equipment and make the Orana 44 an easy boat to service.

The helmsman's seat holds three, and the raised helm position provides excellent view on all four corners. All the winches and controls are led here for easy single-handing. Behind the helm is a sun bed. Alongside it, is a seating and storage bench. The cockpit is spacious with a large table sitting easily eight.

Simplicity is the Orana 44's theme. The boat lacks for nothing but everything has been carefully and stylishly designed.

Full walkthrough video in listing.


Additional Details

Manufacturer Provided Description

ORANA 44 is intended to be a comfortable ocean-going vessel.
Designed by the famous Joubert-Nivelt firm of architects, the ORANA 44 offers:
Free on-deck movement, like her sisters.
A very low center of gravity for maximum security, with opened access between the cockpit and saloon.
A large sliding window for direct communication between the saloon and cockpit.
A three-seat steering station combining all navigation controls, with excellent visibility over the roof.
A sheltered sundeck behind the steering station, which includes two portable sunloungers with adjustable backs. Most importantly, great performances with 110m² of sail, which in normal weather would allow extensive sailing under the wind, limiting use of motors.
There are two versions of the ORANA 44, including the original:
4-cabin: in the passageways are four bright, attractive cabins, each with attached lavatory and separate shower room.
A new Maestro Version: The ORANA 44 benefits from a new Owner hull for greater comfort on board. The entirely private hull has a fine cabin which opens out a bureau with a library and has a private bathroom. On the portside are two double cabins and two shower rooms.
This bathroom redesigned to offer more intimacy has a shower separated by a plexiglass panel, a superb free standing wash basin, and a wall unit with mirrors on both doors.

The wind, the finest energy

Cockpit
  • Large cockpit on the same level with saloon
  • Cockpit rigid Bimini top
  • Solarium behind helmsman seat with headrest and footrest
  • 1 6-person bench seat around the table
  • 1 cockpit table
  • 1 3-person bench seat under the solarium
  • 1 locker bench seat under the solarium
  • 1 locker in cockpit bench seat
  • 1 large locker in cockpit bench seat (space reserved for a generator set)
  • 2 life raft areas
  • Main lighting - watertight spotlight
Accommodations

Aft cabin

  • Access through wooden door in passageway
  • Double bed (1,60x2,00 m approx.) with side access (semi-island bed)
  • Storage under bed with front access
  • Shelves on each side of the bed
  • Hanging closet with shelves
  • Ventilation via 1 deck hatch + 1 porthole overlooking cockpit
  • 1 non-opening outward-facing picture window
  • Curtains on all openings
  • Main lighting via LED spotlights and 2 bedside reading lights

Aft bathroom

  • Access through wooden door
  • Counter top with built-in washbasin and mirror
  • Hot & cold fresh water with mixer faucet and built-in hand-held shower
  • Shower with electric drainage pump
  • Electric marine toilet
  • Storage bag leaning against door
  • Bathroom accessories (toilet tissue holder + towel rail)
  • Ventilation by 1 deck hatch
  • Lighting via 2 spotlights

Forward bathroom

  • Access through wooden door
  • Counter top with built-in washbasin and mirror
  • Hot & cold fresh water with mixer faucet and built-in hand-held shower
  • Shower with electrical drainage pump
  • Electric marine toilet
  • Storage bag leaning against door
  • Bathroom accessories (toilet tissue holder + towel rail)
  • Ventilation by 1 deck hatch
  • Lighting via 2 spotlights

Forward cabin

  • Access through wooden door in passageway
  • Double bed (1,10/1,45x2m approx.) with side access (semi-island bed)
  • Storage under bed with side access
  • 1 hanging closet with shelves
  • 1 shelf above bed
  • Ventilation via 1 deck hatch, 1 escape hatch opening and 1 hull porthole
  • 1 non-opening outward-facing picture window
  • Curtains on all openings
  • Main lighting via LED spotlights and 2 bedside reading lights
Galley
  • worktop
  • 1 stainless steel double sink with draining board
  • 1 vertically-accessed bin, bags removable from separate door
  • Hot and cold pressurized water, mixer tap
  • Pressurized sea water
  • 1 stainless steel hob, 3 strong power gas burners with saucepan holders
  • Cold storage volume 190l
  • Cold storage cooled by a 12V refrigeration system
  • Bar including an independent space for garbage can, storage and drawer
  • 1 upper storage locker, including 1 open locker
  • 1 large storage locker under sink
  • 1 drawer under oven
  • 1 large storage locker port of entrance door
  • Main lighting - LED spotlights
Engines
  • 2 x Volvo D2-40 hp sail drive engines
  • 2 x 2-blade propellers
  • Saltwater filter
  • Engine cooling by heat exchanger
  • Complete engine panel and dual engines controls at helm station
  • Hour meter
Electrics

Power system

  • 2 x 115A/12V engine alternators
  • 1 set starboard onboard/engine batteries of 600A/h
  • 1 port engine batterie of 100A/h
  • 1 manual back-up link and 1 automatically back-up link

12V electrical distribution panel

  • General 12V distribution panel at chart table protected by circuit breakers
  • Voltmeter for onboard batteries
  • Spare sockets for extra equipment

Electronics

  • 1 VHF masthead antenna
  • Raymarine ST70 Electronics suite
  • Xantrex battery monitor
  • Renogy MPPT Solar controller
  • Dolphin 60 A Battery charger
  • Magnum Invertor + Remote
Sails, Mast and Boom

Mast and boom

  • Mast and boom in anodized aluminum
  • Complete standing rigging
  • Ball bearing mainsail luff cars
  • 1 two-part tackle on mainsail halyard
  • 1 topping lift
  • 3 reef pennants
  • 1 genoa halyard
  • 1 spinnaker halyard
  • Lazy-jack
  • Clutches on halyards for genoa, spinnaker and topping lift
  • Clutches on reef pennants at boom exit
  • 2 flag halyards
  • Navigation, running and mooring lights
  • Deck lighting

Sails

  • High quality full-batten mainsail and genoa
  • Roller genoa furler
  • Genoa with anti UV bands
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 - Stephen Varrow
The Multihull Company

Located in Virgin Islands

CELL:+1-786-246-0809
Office Phone:+1-215-508-2704
FAX:+1-215-508-2706
Email: Steve@multihullcompany.com
View Stephen Varrow's Profile
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