Contest 46/48 ‘Pelagia’

PRICE €159,000

Boat Make: Contest

Boat Model: 46/48

Boat Length: 14.75 m

Engine Power (hp):

Keel Type: Fin keel

Hull Material: Polyester sandwich

Amazing quality build blue water cruiser

Contest 46 "Pelagia" is a true example of a classic blue water cruiser. Build to Lloyds specifications, she is ready to sail the world's oceans. She is very well taken care for by her current owners, who have made a lot of improvements to keep her up to date. Her spacious interior layout with large heads offers a comfortable stay on board for 6 persons. Yet she is easily sailed single handed from the cockpit. All technical equipment is kept in mint condition. "Pelagia" is ready for new adventures with her new owner. A well kept classic from Contest yachts!! Please contact us for further information. Preliminary brochure.

General
Hull shape: Roundbilged hull in gelcoat white with turquoise striping
Rudder: Rudder in full skeg
Steering system: Whitlock wheel steering
Displacement: Approx. 15.400 kg
Hull number: 40
Accommodation
Material, colours: Classic teak interior with Teflon coated upholstery in saloon (2004), Sunbrella Dupione 'Deep Sea' in owners cabin (2014) and Sauleda Acrylic Canvas ‘New Beige’ (2014) in forward cabin
Saloons: Spacious saloon with U-shaped settee and couch
Cabins: 3 cabins
Berths: 6 fixed and 1 extra in saloon
Headroom: Approx. 2.00 m
Cooker & fuel: Techimpex Mariner 3-burner gas stove with grill and oven (2013)
Other:

Eumenia washing machine with 1000rpm spin, double stainless steel sinks.

Engine, electrics, water
Power: 100HP
Fuel tanks: Approx. 500L
Cooling system: Indirect cooling system
Propulsion: Stainless steel shaft with 18" Max prop (2013)
Measuring instruments: Phillippi
Dynamo: 1
Wind generator: AirBreeze Wind Generator (2011) with Silentwind 400 Carbon blades (2017)
Solar panel: 35W Solar Panel (2014)
Water system: Pressurized water system
Hot water: Calorifier; 40 Litres (220V Immersion + Engine)
Water tank & material: Approx. 800L in stainless steel tanks
Waste water tank: Approx. 50L
Water maker: HRO 60 lt/hr Watermaker (Decommisioned)
Shorepower: Yes, with cable
Tachometer: Yes
Fuel tank gauge: Yes
Oil pressure gauge: Yes
Temperature gauge: Yes
Other:

Bronze through-hulls from Guidi and Meastrity (2013)

Rig and sails
Sailplan type: Sloop rigged
Spars, stays: Standing rigging (2011) with dynema running backstays (2014)
Winches: Lewmar 2x 62 AST, 2x 40AST sheet winches, 2x 44A, 1x 44AST halyard winches and 1x 44 EAST electric winch
Genoa: North Sails Furling 130% genoa in 7.5oz Dacron (2006)
Genoa reefing system: Harken headsail furler (2011)
Jib: Staysail/storm jib (2000)
Furling foresail: Removable cutter stay & running rigging with self tacking system for stay sail
Gennaker: Cruising chute, ProFurl Spinex Furling system (2014)
Number of masts: Selden aluminium mast with 2 pair of spreaders
Other:

Lewmar deck fittings, backstay tensioner, gas spring boomvang, spinnaker pole and (2014) SSB backstay isolators .

Navigation and electronics
Weatherfax/Navtex: NASA Easy NavTex (2014)
Other:

iCOM M802 HF transceiver with extra DSC aerial (2005); Pactor PTC II-ex DSP controller for radio email (2005), Comar Class B AIS transponder (2019),

Equipment
Anchor windlass: Lewmar V4 Windlass with foot switches and binnacle control (2012),
Fenders, lines: Ample
Boat cover: Integrated complete cockpit canopy with removable sides & back and steering pedestal cover
Swimming ladder: Folding stainless steel swim ladder
Swimming platform: Scoop transom laid with teak and cockpit shower
Sea rails, pushpit, pullpit: Two-wired with opening gates on both sides and two teak seats on pushpit/arch (2011)
Outboard engine: Outboard engine bracket on pushpit
Davits: Simpson removable dinghy davits
Other:

Combined pushpit and arch with teak seats (2011), teak cockpit table

Safety
Radar reflector: Yes
Other:

Emergency tiller, Oceansafety Lifebouy and Danbuoy (2013), Fog Horn combined with hailer and mast mounted, gas/CO alarm

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