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This unique craft was built by Seaward Marine in Cowes in 2004 and is absolutely stunning. Meticulously maintained in first class order by her owner from new, she wants for nothing. Winner of the 'Best semi-Displacement Boat 'award from MBM the year she was built- when you see her and try her on the water you will see why there is nothing out there to better her sea-keeping and timeless style. If you want true comfort, both on the move and in the marina then look no further because this beautiful craft will take you anywhere with no worries about being caught out by the weather.
LOA: 16.46m Beam: 4.57m Draft: 1.22m
Displacement Approx: 22.00 tons
Designer: Murray Cormack & Associates
Naval Archtiect: Arthur Mursell, TT Boat Designs, IOW
Hull Moulding: VT Halmatic
Built by: Seaward Marine Ltd, IOW
Year of Build: 2004
Construction: G.R.P. with teak joinery
Registration: British Registered (Part 1)
General: Blue GRP semi displacement hull with a long keel/skeg and white GRP superstructure. Flybridge with double and single helm seat. Traditional teak laid side decks, aft deck and forward coachroof. All round 'D' fendering. Teak spray rail. Bathing platform and ladder.
Accommodation: Sleeps 5 comfortably (1 double and 3 single berths) in 4 cabins.The dinette area could also be easily altered to provide an occasional double berth conversion if required. Quality teak interior joinery throughout and teak/holly cabin sole. Charcoal Grey leather upholstery and helm seats. Caroets, curtains and blinds. Eberspacher cabin heating. The wheelhouse has twin suspension seats at the helm with wine and glass stowage beneath and a two seater settee to starboard with fitted cabinets housing a drinks fridge and TV/DVD player. Also an 'L' shaped settee to port with a coffee table.
Dining area with 'U' shaped seating for 6 around a large table. Galley opposite with microwave oven, 4-burner electric hob, oven and grill, fridge, dishwasher and sink with Avonite worktop.
Very spacious owners cabin aft with central island double berth, extensive storage cabinets all beautifully fitted throughout. en-suite heads compartment with electric freshwater flush wc, handbasin and shower, heated towel rail and built in washing mashine.
Forecabin with 2 good size single 'V' berths and dressing area with extensive storage cabinets, en-suite heads compartment with electric freshwater flush wc, handbasin and shower, heated towel rail. Forward head also accessible from the galley/dining area.
Navigation: (all 2004) Richie steering compass, 2 x Raymarine radar/chartplotters (1 x 10" display, 1 x 7" display), 2 x Raymarine radars (4Kw open scanner and 2kw radome), Raymarine GPS antenna unit, Simrad RD68 DSC VHF radio telephone, Raymarine VHF, Raymarine ST60 speed/log with flybridge repeater, Raymarine ST60 depth with flybridge repeater, Raymarine ST60 compass with flybridge repeater, Raymarine ST60 rudder indicator with flybridge repeater, Raymarine ST6000+ autopilot control with flybridge repeater, Raymarine Type 3 hydraulic autopilot drive with core-pack, 2 x Raymarine 300 5" LCD GPS with separate antenna, Raymarine fish finder.
Ground tackle: Self stowing stainless steel Bruce anchor with 60m 10mm chain. Lofrans vertical electric windlass with controls on foredeck and outside helm.
Mechanical Data: 2 x Caterpillar C12 6-cylinder 710hp diesel engines (2004) fitted with Twin Disc MG5090A gearboxes and single lever Cruise Command controls. Fresh and raw water cooled. Approx 800hrs engine running. Full engine instrumentation. Shaft drive (2.25") to contra-rotating 28.5" propellers. Stripper 3-blade rope cutters. Twin cast bronze air foil rudders. 24V system supplied by 2- 520ah banks of 4 x 12V batteries. Bank 1 for engines, bank 2 for domestic. 24/240V inverter. Switched and charged by 110amp engine alternators and 220V charger. Onan 7kW generator with dedicated start battery. Shore power and cable. Bennett hydraulic trim tabs. Wagner dual station hydraulic steering. Nobels 10hp bow thruster
Tankage: Fuel capacity 3632litres in 2 integral GRP tanks with SEPAR Duplex filter/separators. Fresh water capacity 1132 litres in 3 tanks. Hot water capacity approx 64 litres. Holding tank capacity 750 litres in 2 GRP tanks with overboard and deck pump out facility. Tank guages.
Water System: Pressurised hot and cold water throughout. Water heated by 2 calorifiers, Eberspacher Hydronic hot water system and 220V immersion heater. Seagull water purifier to galley with separate tap. Transom shower. Cold fresh water outlet in engine room. Fresh or salt water oulet on foredeck (for deck wash). Washing machine and dishwasher.
Safety equipment: 4- person canister liferaft (last serviced 2010), rescue sling and rescue line, offshore flare kit, Cyclops radar reflector, manual (7) and automatic fire extinguishers (engine room). Manual bilge pump to all areas and 7 x electric bilge pumps. Engine fire alarm system and air closure flaps. Seacock closed indicator and alarms, exhaust and raw water flow alarms, fire blanket.
The craft includes the following general equipment:
Remarks:The Talisman 49 have proven seakeeping qualities and have typically been the choice of pilots and port authorities the world over- a truly all weather craft.
Lying: River Dart, UK
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through The Boat Development Co Ltd.
Guide Price: £485,000.00 (VAT Paid)
Selling Agents: The Boat Development Co Ltd, Prospect Road, Cowes, Isle of Wight PO31 7AD
Tel: 01983-280333 Fax: 01983-295095 EMAIL: email@example.com
Contact: Alison Kimber or Sadie Maskell
The particulars detailed herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. These particulars are not a part of any contract or offer and are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through The Boat Development Co Ltd, who are acting as brokers only. The prospective purchaser is strongly recommended to check the particulars and where appropriate at his/her own expense,to employ qualified agents to carry out surveys, structural and or mechanical and electrical.