LANIKAI | 2010 Armstrong Marine Landing Catamaran

Anacortes, WA, US

LANIKAI | Armstrong Marine Landing Catamaran 42.5ft

US $619,000

Anacortes, WA, US

About

Lanikai ~ 2010 42.5' Armstrong Landing Catamaran

If you are looking for a one of a kind power landing catamaran then Lanikai is your vessel. Armstrong Marine (now Brix Marine) of Port Angeles manufactured this boat specifically for the current owner. Think off grid meet power boat with stability, versatility, speed, comforts of a trawler, and adventure. It has spent most of its life in remote Alaska and is equipped to efficiently fish salmon, halibut, lingcod, crab, and shrimp. It is a no nonsense, off the grid, fishing, and exploration vessel. Made of 5086 aluminum with 5/16" bottom plates and .190" side plates this boat can go anywhere and land anywhere to expand the adventure. It is big enough for quads, medium-sized tender, paddle boards, kayaks, canoes, motorcycles, or ocean research application/conversion.

The adventure begins when you step aboard this boat. Equipped with twin commercial grade QSC8.3 Cummins Diesel Engines (1980 hours and 500hp each) this boat can cruise in any kind of seas or can get you there fast with a top speed of 30+kn. The next great adventure or research awaits!

This is a Power Landing Cat unlike any other. Come see or call about Lanikai in Anacortes and see this feature rich 42.5' Armstrong Landing Catamaran that will never be replicated! 

Specifications

  • Length: 43ft
  • Beam: 15' 5"
  • Year: 2010
  • Hull: Aluminum
  • Status: Active

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SPECS

MEASUREMENTS

  • Length Overall: 42.5 ft
  • Beam Measure: 15' 5"

ENGINE(S)

  • Total Power: 1000
  • Engine Brand: Cummins
  • Year Built: 2010
  • Engine Model: QSC8.3
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1980
  • Engine Power: 500 hp

  • Total Power: 1000
  • Engine Brand: Cummins
  • Year Built: 2010
  • Engine Model: QSC8.3
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1980
  • Engine Power: 500 hp

TANKS

  • Fresh Water Tanks: 2 (250 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 2 (250 Gallons)

Accommodations

  • Number of cabins: 1
  • Number of heads: 2

Hull and Deck

HULL CONSTRUCTION

  • HULL–Welded 5086 aluminum construction. 5/16″ bottom plates and .190″ side plates. Hull is painted below the waterline and bare aluminum topsides.
  • STEM–Sharply rake welded aluminum stem
  • TRANSOM–Square welded aluminum with attached fishing platform
  • BULKHEADS–Three welded aluminum bulkheads
  • HULL to DECK JOINT–Welded with no appearance of weak points
  • Six Rule submersible bilge pumps with remote auto float switches and manual switches at pilothouse helm
  • SeaFury2 Four blade bronze alloy propellers (Stamped 28 x 33)
  • Nibral rudders (12″ x 35.5″)

DECK

  • Welded aluminum decks with aggressive non-skid
  • Chain Locker–Two Chain lockers forward with drainage overboard port and starboard
  • Welded aluminum cabin house (see “cabin” for specifics) with forward pilothouse features a three panel forward raked windshield and sliding doors port and starboard. Main salon is aft, sliding windows to port and starboard provide ventilation and a sliding door provides access to the cockpit.
  • The two deck hatches are 16″ x 27″ watertight forward to port and starboard
  • Two large hinged cockpit hatches provide engine access
  • Fittings and hardware are stainless steel
  • Bulwark/Railings–Aluminum hull extensions– 30.5″ with 13″ railings attached
  • Scuppers port and starboard–forward and aft
  • Eight 10″ welded aluminum cleats
  • Four welded aluminum lifting lugs welded to the bulwarks port and and starboard forward and aft–10,000lbs capacity each with large aluminum spreader bar
  • Aft centerline cockpit deckbox–35″ x 29″ x 20.5″
  • Aluminum welded grab rails run the length of the cabin house and aft cockpit port and starboard
  • Welded aluminum 16″ anchor platform with roller located forward to port stows anchor
  • One 3.5″ Schedule 40 swiveling davit with winch mounted to cabin house top to port
  • One 3.5″ Schedule 40 split boom hydraulic powered davit with hydraulic crab block mounted to cabin house top to starboard
  • One 62″ hinged mast mounted to the cabin top centerline forward and houses the radar and gps antennas

Aft Helm

  • Large adjustable rotating helm seat
  • Garmin GPSmap 4212
  • Mercury SmartCraft Electronic Controls
  • Yamaha Kicker Motor 703 Remote Controls
  • Furuno VHF Radio
  • Furuno FCV–1150 Radar
  • Stealth Screens (x2)
  • Analog ComNav Marine

Cabin

Galley and Salon

  • Enter the cabin through a water tight sliding lockable companion door
  • 6’8″ head space
  • 12V LED lighting
  • Head is to the port side
  • Galley includes large stainless steel rectangle sink with ample counter space is port
  • Norcold refrigerator
  • Vitifrigo two drawer refrigerator/freezer
  • Princess 100V electric three burner with oven 
  • Large U-shaped settee is located aft starboard
  • Large sliding windows with solar vents overhead
  • Sequentia 1/8″ fiberglass reinforced head space with Miranti trim
  • Coin top vinyl flooring with metallic trim
  • The master berth is centerline forward and accessed either port (head access) or starboard (master closets) side of the galley/salon
  • The pilothouse is accessed by steps to the port side of the main salon

Master Berth

  • Double (sleep number mattress with heat)
  • 12V LED lighting
  • Head with sink, toilet, and shower–port
  • Large master closet space
  • Reading lights (x2)
  • Large forward portal  
  • Coin top vinyl flooring with metallic trim

Pilothouse

  • 6’8″ head room
  • 12V plugs (x2)
  • 12V LED lighting
  • Coin top vinyl flooring with metallic trim
  • Air Ride Captain’s seat
  • Large bench seat that converts to single berth to Starboard
  • Smaller bench seat to Port
  • SeaStar by Teleflex Hydraulic steering pumps with lines running to dual hydraulic rams
  • Large Dell Computer Screens (x2) with Furuno NAVnet electronics (x2)
  • Furuno VHF Radio
  • Mercury electronic controls (pilothouse helm and aft helm)
  • Furuno NAVnet GPS Plotter and radar (x2)
  • Furuno GPS Sounder
  • Furuno Navigator (GPS/WAAS)
  • Furuno Satelite Compass
  • SmartCraft Vessel View (x2)
  • Analog Fuel Guages (x2)
  • Furuno VHS Radio
  • Simrad Autopilot
  • ComNav Rudder Indicator
  • Alpine CD/WMA/AAC AM/FM Stereo

Engines/Generator

Engines

  • Twin (aft port and starboard) QSC8.3 Cummins diesel direct drive engines (500hp each with 1980 hours)
  • Mercury electronic dual controls at main and cockpit helm
  • Smartcraft Vesselview digital gauges for each engine
  • Natural flow ventilation provided by louvered vents aft to port and starboard
  • Stainless steel exhaust pipes to FRP tubes exiting through the transom 
  • Lubrication transfer system by Reverso located aft to port
  • Sound deadening insulation in each of the engine compartments
  • Closed fresh water reservoir with heat exchanger and raw water cooled exhausts
  • Auxiliary 2012 25hp Yamaha outboard remote operated with hydraulic tilt/trim
  • Yamaha 703 throttle controls and a Kobelt Jock Stick are located at the cockpit steering station
  • 250 gallon diesel tanks (x2–aluminum)
  • Dual mounted Parker Racor fuel filter/water separators with sensors for each engine

Generator

  • 8 KW-110V AC Westerbeke Diesel generator located forward of port engine (~50 hours on newer generator)
  • Remote mounted Parker Racor fuel filter/water separator
  • Aqua lift type exhaust exiting through transom to port

Electrical/Heat System(s)

  • Three 12V 8D batteries engine start and house
  • One Napa 12V group 27 battery for start power for generator
  • One Napa 12V group 27 battery for start of trolling motor and down riggers
  • Blue Sea Systems electronic remote selectors located to port in pilothouse
  • Circuit breakers located in both pilothouse to port and main in salon forward bulkhead
  • Magnum Energy MS series Pure Sine Wave Inverter/Charger
  • Shore Power is one Marino 30 amp–port side transom
  • Professional Mariner ProSafe SF30 Galvanic Islolator
  • Two Real fan heaters mounted in pilothouse to port and starboard

Fresh Water/Sanitation System(s)

Fresh Water

  • Two polypropylene tanks–35 gallons under cabin decks
  • Fresh water fill located port side
  • Jabsco Par-Max 4 12V water pump
  • Shurflo 2 gallon accumulator tank
  • Seaward 11 gallon Water Heater located centerline midship beneath cabin 

Sanitation

  • Jabsco electric flush heads forward and aft
  • Pump out location starboard side deck
  • Jabsco macerator self priming waste pump
  • Grey Water–sinks drain to a thru-hull in the vicinity of the basin and shower drains to a sump and is pumped overboard to port

Spare Parts

  • Two spare 28 x 33 four blade bronze alloy propellers
  • One spare stainless steel propeller shaft (diameter 2.5′)
  • Complete set of Mercury SmartCraft Controls
  • Replacement Fuel Pump and Assembly Kit
  • Hydraulic Clutch
  • Raw Water Pump Impellers for engines and generator
  • Two Macerator pumps
  • Tow Line/Bridle 
  • Other Tools and Various Spare Parts for engine and generator

Safety Equipment

  • One Type V-USCG throwable PFD
  • Three Type BI (2lbs) dry chemical fire extinguishers with gauges
  • Two Type BI (5lbs) dry chemical fire extinguishers with guages
  • Day/night visual distress signals are hand held flares
  • Air horn and boats horns
  • Navigation and deck lights forward and aft
  • Elliot 4 person life raft with hydrostatic release mounted to pilothouse top aft
  • ACR Electronics 406 MHz GPS EPIRB mounted to pilothouse top to port
  • Six Bilge high water alarms
  • Engine compartment fixed system type 1301. Automatic thermal activation switch
  • Search light mounted centerline forward on the pilothouse roof 

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.

The Multihull Company is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel but may be listed with another brokerage company.

 

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