Volare | 2019 Antares 44GS

Merritt, NC, US

Volare | Antares 44GS 44ft

US $899,000

Merritt, NC, US



  • Length: 44ft
  • Builder: Antares Grados Sur
  • Beam: 21' 9"
  • Year: 2019
  • Hull: Fiberglass
  • Status: Active

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  • Builder: Antares Grados Sur
  • Keel: Other


  • Length Overall: 44 ft
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 62' 0"
  • Beam Measure: 21' 9"
  • Free board Measure: 4' 0"


  • Total Power: 80
  • Engine Brand: Volvo
  • Year Built: 2019
  • Engine Model: D2-40HP
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 40 hp

  • Total Power: 80
  • Engine Brand: Volvo
  • Year Built: 2019
  • Engine Model: D2-40HP
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 40 hp


  • Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (75 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 2 (75 Gallons)


  • Number of cabins: 3
  • Number of heads: 2


LOA: 44 ft 0 in

Beam: 21 ft 9 in

LWL: 43 ft 6 in

Minimum Draft: 4 ft 0 in

Displacement: 22500 lbs

Bridge Clearance: 62 ft 0 in


Total Power: 80 HP

Engine 1:

Engine Brand: Volvo

Year Built: 2019

Engine Type: Inboard

Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

Propeller: Feathering Max Prop

Drive Type: Direct Drive

Engine Power: 40 HP

Engine 2:

Engine Brand: Volvo

Year Built: 2019

Engine Type: Inboard

Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel

Propeller: Feathering Max Prop

Drive Type: Direct Drive

Engine Power: 40 HP



Fresh Water Tanks: 2 each X 75 Gallons, Total: 150 Gallons

Fuel Tanks: 2 each X 60 Gallons, Total: 120 Gallons

Holding Tanks: 2 each X 30 Gallons, Total: 60 Gallons


Number of double berths: 3

Number of cabins: 3

Number of heads: 2

Master Cabin
– Queen size berth. Bedside table with 2 drawers, 4 storage drawers under berths. 13 cupboards in cabin and dressing area with spacious 5-foot high cupboards with full double doors. The cabin has a cushioned dressing seat over escape hatch. The cabin is independently climate controlled. Overhead hatch with Oceanair blind/screen. 1 12v fan installed at foot of bed.

Port Aft Cabin
– Queen size berth 60” W x 80” L x 6” D. 2 drawers under berth, 6 cupboards on outboard wall, hanging locker with depth to accommodate hangers. The cabin has a cushioned dressing seat over escape hatch. The cabin is independently climate controlled. 1 12v fan installed at head of bed.

Port Forward Berth
– Double berth measures 52” W x 76” L x 6” D. 4 rung ladder provides access to the berth. Large storage compartment incorporated into the forward-facing wall. 1 12v fan installed at foot of bed.

Master Head
– Shower – spacious one-piece fiberglass module enclosed with a Plexiglas door. Includes moulded shelf, handheld shower with adjustable mount. Shower sump on independent circuit. Quiet flush electric head with house-size toilet seat. Stainless sink with fixtures withstorage below and solid surface countertop. Medicine cabinet with deep shelving on inside of door. Soap/toothbrush holder, towel hook & mirror on door.

Port Forward Head
– Shower – spacious one-piece fiberglass module enclosed with a Plexiglas door. Includes moulded shelf, handheld shower with adjustable mount. Shower sump on independent circuit. Quiet flush electric toilet with house-size seat. Solid surface countertop. Cabinets over sink with shelves, 1 cabinet below sink. Hand-held integrated shower. 


– Solid surface countertops on inboard and outboard side of galley. A flush mounted double stainless sinks with fixtures and stainless backsplash. 15 cupboards and 5 drawers in cherry veneer finish. A double or triple cooktop. A oven flush mount. Propane oven supplied by 2 x 20 lb aluminum propane tanks stored externally in aft rope lockers. A Convection microwave.
– Cherry finished exterior on fridge/freezer unit. Fridge has 7-ft3 capacity, 3 shelves. Chest freezer has 4-ft3. capacity, and 3 starboard/stainless baskets. Fridge/freezer are cooled by compressors. Independent thermostats for each.

Additional Information

The hull and deck are constructed of Isophthalic acid resin and tri-axial knitted fiberglass fabric. The skinning layer is 100% vinylester on the exterior and polyester on the interior. Above the waterline, the hulls and deck are cored with Corecell foam, except for hardware attachment points. All coring is vacuum-bagged to ensure 100% adhesion. Below the waterline, hulls are solid fiberglass. There are 2 forward watertight compartments, one inside each bow locker, as well as 4 watertight bulkheads, 2 forward, and 2 aft. Standard fin keels have a sacrificial section allowing for substantial damage to keels without affecting hull integrity.


– Saloon – 6 overhead lights. 2 reading lights mounted on forward bulkhead. 4 courtesy lights in the saloon step
– Saloon ceiling light with 4 led lights on dimmer
– Galley – 4 overhead lights and 3 counter lights mounted under outboard shelves. 1 under counter fluorescent over stove top. 3 courtesy lights in the access step faces.
– Master Cabin – 2 overhead lights and 2 reading lights. 4 overhead in dressing area, 3 courtesy lights in access steps
– Master Head – 5 overhead lights
– Port Head – 2 overhead lights with switch
– Port Forward Cabin – 2 overhead lights with switch, 2 reading lights
– Guest Cabin – 2 overhead lights, 2 reading lights
– Cockpit – overhead lights mounted on hardtop. Courtesy lights mounted on each transom step and companion well steps
– All lights to be premium LED


• Stainless steel wheel
• Whitlock shaft drive “MAMBA” system
• Rudders are skegged for extra strength and stability
• Rudders linked by a stainless steel tiller bar
• UHMW polyethylene bearings
• Accommodation for emergency steering through transom stairs/emergency tiller

Anchoring and Docking

– Primary anchor 150’ x 10mm high test chain, 150’ x 5/8” anchor rode attached to 1 Rocna anchor 33
– Integrated double anchor roller and chain stop
– Quick Rider 1400 electric windlass
– Integrated bridle system


All sails are designed by UK Sailmakers and are performance cruising sails.

Mainsail –
– Fully battened (vertical battens for in-mast furling option)
– 2:1 main halyard with a headboard block and shackle
– Harken sliding luff car system for Mainsail
– Lazy jacks
– Single line reefing for 2 reef points – Tell tales
– Sunbrella canvas sail cover

130% Genoa –
– Genoa tracks with adjustable fairleads – Genoa sheets

Furling Screecher –
– Seldén Code X furling lead to cockpit
– Bowsprit mounted on front crossbeam
– 2:1 auxiliary halyard
– Screecher sheets lead aft to fairlead blocks


– Full engine instrumentation panel includes push button engine start and individual gauges for engine temperature, water temperature, oil pressure, charge voltage, and tachometer / hour meter
– Twin Volvo Penta D2-40 HP diesel engines, shaft drive (11⁄4” shafts) located midships in sound shielded compartment with 115amps/engine alternators and MS15L-B 2.61:1 transmission.
– Dual Racor fuel filters
– Twin 75 gallon diesel tanks mounted midships below water-line with 2 fuel deck inlets
– 3-Zone Cruisair air conditioning/heat (1 x 8,000 BTU, 1 x 18,000 BTU)
– Onan 7.5 kW generator including sound insulation box and gas/water separator
– Flexofold 3 blade 17×15 bladeset propeller


Mast & Rigging
– Deck stepped anodized aluminum Seldén Mast, double diamond stay configuration
– Rigid Seldén Rodkicker
– 2 Seldén In-boom single line reefs leading to cockpit
– Running rigging lead through underdeck raceway to stopper equipped cockpit winch pedestals
– All halyards have low-stretch polymer cores with wear resistant polyester covers
– 4 folding mast steps, two on each side (not available on in-mast furling system)
– Conduit in mast for all electrical wiring
– Mast is outfitted with steaming light/deck light, spreader lights, LED anchor and tri-light
– 1 forestay, 2 Dyform wire cap shrouds
– All stays have swaged terminals & open-body turnbuckles
– Anti-chaff sail rollers
– 2 x Selden Shroud covers

Deck Fittings & Equipment Cockpit
– 2 x Harken 50.2 STEA powered winches, 1 centrally mounted sheet winch at helm, and 1 halyard winch mounted on aft pedestal
– 2 Harken 46.2 STA manual self-tailing Genoa sheet winches with 2 winch handles
– Double helm seat with reversible back rest, covered in white polyethylene with additional storage under helm seat. Comes with moveable step stool
– Cockpit seating arranged around expandable starboard table with stainless steel fiddles
– Premium cockpit upholstery
– 12 volt electrical panel
– Full cockpit enclosure
– Stainless Steel grab rail mounted on cockpit ceiling
– Cockpit speakers
– Davit system suitable for dinghies up to 12’ in length
– LPG outlet in starboard aft rope locker connects to BBQ

– FRP hardtop
– Glass windshield with windshield wiper
– 2 hatches to view mainsail
– LED cockpit lights on dimmer switch

Deck Hardware
– Spinlock Rope clutches, 8 aft (7 on furling mast option), 3 at forward winch (4 on Jib option)
– Mooring Cleat (12”) with 2 fairleads leading from inboard and outboard on each bow
– Double mooring Cleat (12”) with single fairlead amidships on each hull
– Mooring Cleat (12”) with single fairlead on each stern
– Mooring Cleat (12”) with single fairlead on each transom
– Stanchions (6) 30”-high with double lifelines per side
– Gates with pelican hooks at stern and transom
– Toe-rail is clear anodized T section, mounted on external flange of both deck and hull
– Fasteners are on 5” centers


Electrical Batteries
– 4 X 8L16 Deep Cycle 6V Marine house batteries (740 amp hours) housed in enclosed fiberglass cabinet in center foredeck locker
– 3 X Group 12V for engines and genset
– Victron Blue Power Panel VE Net monitoring system

Solar Panels
– 4 X 304 Watt solar panels recessed into hardtop with Victron Bluesolar regulator as required for solar panels

Victron Inverter
– Victron MultiPlus 3000-watt power inverter and battery charger located under main settee with control panel at main distribution panel

Shore Power
– 2 shore power inlets c/w shore power cords

12V DC Circuits
– 24, 5 – 15amp circuit breakers located at the distribution panel with Ammeter/Voltmeters on panel
– 12V outlets located 1 at helm, 1 at nav station, 2 at galley.
– USB outlets located 1 at nav station, 1 at each cabin

110V AC Circuits
– All AC circuits have breakers as required (main, 5 std., spare). Ammeter is on electrical panel
– 110V outlet located 1 at entertainment area, 1 at nav station, 1 at each cabin, 1 at each head, 3 at galley, 1 at Washer dryer.


– B&G Zeus2 12” touch screen chart plotter / multifunction display
– Broadband 4G Radar
– GoFree WiFi Module
– 2 x B&G Triton color multi-data instrument displays at helm station.
– 1 x B/G Triton multi-data instrument display at nav station.
– B&G Triton Pilot autopilot with RC 42 Fluxgate compass. Includes 1 x Triton autopilot controller at Helm station.
– ICOM 504 VHF radio/loud hailer & remote control Mic
– B&G NAIS-400 AIS Transceiver / NSPL-400 AIS Splitter


– 2 independent 60-gallon water tanks installed amidships below water-line with 2 fresh water deck inlets located in the anchor locker. Ability to designate draw from either port/starboard tank. The water system is pressurized by a water pump, flow rate 4.5 gal/min. A tank monitoring system is installed on the tanks
– 2 quiet flush electric heads & house size toilet seats. 2 x 30 gallon holding tanks located adjacent to the heads. A “Y” valve is installed to select pump out deck outlets or overboard discharge. A tank monitoring system is installed on the tanks
– 2 x 5.28 gallon hot water tanks, one in each hull, combination electric/engine heat
– 1500-gph bilge pump installed amidships in 2 hulls and 1 in starboard forward generator locker
– Fresh water hot & cold handheld shower is located adjacent to port transom stairs
– Fresh and sea water wash down outlets located in anchor locker
– 43GPH water maker installed in starboard aft transom locker
– Protection enclosure around fridge and freezer and compressors
– Manual freshwater pump mounted for galley sink


– 11-foot dinghy with bench seat and with ‘V’ shaped floor.
– Yamaha 15 hp, 2-stroke, manual start outboard engine


– Portable manual bilge pump
– Owner’s manual & manuals for all boat systems installed
– 4 – 60’ dock lines, 6 fenders with lines
– Port transom has a recessed telescopic stainless steel boarding ladder
– Striping includes boot stripe, boot accent, stern name and hailing port

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.


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