Spirit One | 2000 Crowther 52

Fort Lauderdale, FL, US

About

Unique bluewater aluminum catamaran for sale. Spirit One is a sailing catamaran from the prestigious drawing board of the Crowther naval architecture firm. She was one of the last sailing cats to be designed before the designers switched to being power only.   Built at a commercial shipyard in Brisbane Australia, she has the makings of a work vessel with the comforts of a yacht.  

Maintained by the second owner since 2005. He is a highly experienced marine engineer who has kept Spirit One consistently updated both cosmetically and mechanically.   The exterior of the boat features a nearly bulletproof rig, with multiple redundant head stays and side stays. Boat features a raised helm, large aft cockpit seating area and flush sugar scoop extensions for easy boarding and deboarding to and from dinghy. Massive solar arrays guarantee energy independence for extensive off-grid living.  

Inside you will find ample refrigeration in the saloon, vertical windows to keep out exterior heat, and a spacious U-shaped galley. The fully enclosable owner's suite features a washer/dryer in addition to a separate head. Guest suites  connected by a Jack and Jill head, each suite having a queen berth.  

For a discerning yachtsman looking for the rare multihull that can go further afield she represents an excellent value.

Specifications

  • Length: 52ft
  • Beam: 26' 0"
  • Year: 2000
  • Hull: Aluminum
  • Status: Active

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SPECS

  • Designer: Crowther

MEASUREMENTS

  • Length Overall: 52 ft
  • Beam Measure: 26' 0"

ENGINE(S)

  • Total Power: 150
  • Engine Brand: Volvo
  • Year Built: 2000
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 925
  • Engine Power: 75 hp

  • Total Power: 150
  • Engine Brand: Volvo
  • Year Built: 2000
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine Hours: 925
  • Engine Power: 75 hp

Accommodations

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

Equipment List

Design, Material & Details of Construction:

    Crowther design
    Double bottom with crash bulkheads fore and aft
    Built by South Pacific Marine of Burpengary, Queensland, Australia
    Material: 5083 H321 marine grade aluminum sheet and 6061-T6 extrusions
    P&S balanced stainless steel spade rudders with Thordon bearings
    Standard rig mast with spreader shrouds and backstays

Principal Particulars:

    LOA: 52 ft / 15.85 m
    LWL: 51 ft / 15.54 m
    Beam: 25.5 ft / 7.77 m
    Max Draft: 3.9 ft / 1.18 m
    Displacement: 28660lbs / 13000 kg

Deck Equipment & Flybridge Equipment:

    Aluminum substrate decks
    2” wide adhesive non-slip tape on steps
    Synthetic teak decking in cockpit
    Fiberglass awning over cockpit and dingy arch
    Bench seat for two persons
    Navigation console with helm and sail line handling winch
    All-round rollup Isonglass for weatherproofing
    Rollup Sunbrella sun shading
    Stainless Steel BBQ: Two under lid gas burners and one side burner

Chain Locker & Anchor Arrangement:

    Lewmar 3000 windlass with gypsy and capstan
    350 feet of 3/8” stainless steel chain
    10 feet of 5/8” stainless steel chain
    45lb galvanized Delta type primary anchor
    35lb galvanized secondary anchor
    Anchor fairleads molded in

Accommodations:

    Owner’s version arrangement
    King-sized bed aft with bedside shelving
    Separate toilet and shower recess forward
    Vanity area immediately aft and midships
    Clothes washing machine and storage cupboards
    Queen-sized bed in aft cabin
    Queen-sized bed in forward cabin
    Shared toilet and vanity area midships

Hatches, Ports & Ventilation:

    Maxwell opening portlights in accommodation
    Ceiling fitted opening low profile Lewmar Ocean hatch
    8” fan and 6” fan for ventilation

Deck Fittings and Equipment:

    Aluminum cleats and samson post
    Stainless steel spring-loaded flush mount cleat
    Tubular aluminum grab rails
    Stainless steel swim ladder
    Stanchions with steel lifelines

Mast, Rigging and Sails:

    Deck-stepped mast with spreaders
    Boom with gooseneck
    Running back stays for additional support
    Lewmar winches for sail handling
    Full battened mainsail
    Foresail roller furling 135% genoa
    Mid stay roller furling storm jib
    Asymmetrical spinnaker in sock
    Top-down furling Code Zero

Inflatable Dingy:

    10’ 6” AB inflatable dinghy
    Rigid fiberglass bottom and transom
    Stowed under aft fashion arch on davits
    Powered by a 25HP Mercury 2 stroke

Tankage:

    Fuel: 100 gallon tank midships P&S pontoons
    Fresh Water: 100 gallon tank forward in each pontoon
    Black Water: 25 gallon fiberglass tank located in port side pontoon bilge

Plumbing:

    Fresh Water Supply: 12vdc pressure pump, Common manifold, 3-way valve
    Hot Water: Raritan 4.5 gallon hot water tank
    Salt Water Supply: 12vdc pressure pump
    Toilets: Dometic 12vdc electric flush toilets
    Shower Recesses: Aluminum formed recesses with composite flooring

Air Conditioning
Dometic 220VAC 12000BTU self-contained chilled water reverse cycle x 2 (Owner and Saloon)
Dometic 220VAC 6000BTU self-contained chilled water reverse cycle (Guests)

Galley: 
U-shaped layout
Corian solid surface countertop
Stainless steel deep sink
Four element induction cooktop
Two 5 cu.ft. Isotherm freezers
    
Electrical: 
Electrical/system monitoring station in saloon
Start Batteries: Odyssey Extreme AGM27M 930CCA, 
House Batteries: RELiON8D, RB300-HP, 300Ah lithium
Inverter/Chargers: Mastervolt 220vac, 50Hz, 3000watt & 120vac, 60Hz, 3000watt
Battery Charging: 130Amp engine mounted regulated alternator
Solar Panel Arrays: 2,100 watts total with Outback FLEXmax charge controllers
Generator: Gasoline 2,000 watt
Navigation Lights: Stern Light, Steaming Light, Port and Stbd Side Lights, Riding Light and Tri-Color Light
    
Navigation Equipment: 
Simrad NSS12 EVO3 COMBO MFD 
KVH Azimuth 1000 steering compass 
Raymarine i60 Wind and depth instruments
Standard Horizon VHF/DSC radio
Simrad AP24 autopilot controller
EM-Trak B100 AIS Class B transceiver
    
Bailing / Bilge Pumping: 
Manual diaphragm bilge pump in each port and stbd forward crash bulkhead
Johnson L2200 12VDC bilge pumps (five in total)

Safety Equipment: 
Dry Chemical Fire Extinguishers
First Aid Kit
Smoke/Fire Monitoring Alarm
Emergency Pyrotechnic Flares
Coastal Life Jackets
406 EPIRB and SART
SOLAS Approved Marine Man Overboard Life Ring

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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