ASIA gives you the strength of a steel hull with an aluminum super structure. Accommodations for up to 10 guest with 5 staterooms each with their own private head and shower. Her custom designed interior is done in Burmese Teak. Besides being powered by a single 260 hp Gardner, ASIA also comes with two generators, inverter, bow thruster and a total of 90,000 BTU air conditioning system.
The hull built by CULHAM ENGINEERING of New Zealand which was founded in 1958 is no stranger to the marine industry. CULHAM who also does work for Ship Repair NZ and Shipco 360 is better know for its work in building patrol and military vessel.
ASIA offers the new owner the opportunity of sailing her anywhere in the world for his or her personal pleasure. She is also uniquely set up as an already well proven vessel for chartering with her five double staterooms and commodious crew quarters. She will be purchased fully equipped for a new owners need but also completely set up with all the extra equipment to handle daily guest requirements during a busy charter season including very extensive scuba equipment. In her just completed charter season she handled 19 weeks of paid commitments. Her current crew is prepared to carry on should the new owner prefer.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 100 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 9 ft 11 in
Total Power: 260 HP
Engine Brand: Gardner
Year Built: 2009
Engine Model: 8L3B
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 260 HP
The interior is luxuriously furnished in teak paneling, lovely soft goods in upholstery and drapery framed in tastefully applied Thai silks.
Unlike many ocean cruising vessels your public spaces afford superb line of sight from the interior of the spaces whether dining or lounging.
ASIA is in commission ready to sail away with a new owner or be chartered in some of the most romantic waters available for cruising anywhere in the world.
The owners staterooms are five in number all with separate private bath except for the forward upper and lower stateroom. Two of the aft staterooms have double king size berths. The other two have twin berths which can be easily converted to single double berths. All of these staterooms are stylishly decorated with local colored prints.
Each stateroom has individual air conditions controls, 220 power outlets and LCD screens. Each bath has a full size stand up shower. There is commodious space for storage in each stateroom.
Starting from aft on deck there is a unique drop down teak planked staircase that lowers to the waters edge with a swimming ladder extension. This set is so placed that the shore side small boat can be launched and secured to the mother ship permitting ease of access at all times.
Going forward from the gangway there is a shaded raised cockpit complete with port and starboard large teak coffee tables equipped with upholstered sofas seating up to ten guests for fresh air dining.
Forward of the aft cockpit is the deck pilot house permitting climate control viewing from generous windows port and starboard. This area also incorporates the navigation station..
Further forward is the main salon. This area can be established as a formal dining area or used for corporate meetings or large party gatherings. There is also a coffee and cocktail bar to starboard and an office set up to starboard. The luxurious carpeting and warm cream soft goods help create a warm feeling throughout the area.
Forward of the main salon to starboard is a most complete galley set up for producing meals at anchor or safely while on an extended passage. The interior space is furnished with stainless steel and black marble. Equipment includes two full length fridges, one freezer, Fisher Paykel cooktop and oven, Panasonic microwave, trash compactor and Seaco coffee machine.
Forward of the galley on the starboard side is the fifth guest stateroom with single berths.
To port is a sumptuous captain cabin well set up to accommodate two people.
All the way forward there is a cabin for four crew
The beautifully laid teak decks permit a luxurious feeling and are spacious enough throughout the vessel for lounging fore or aft.
ENGINE ROOM AREA
A tour of this engine room will immediately point out the superb layout of machinery to make practical and easy maintenance possible whether at anchor or at sea. ASIA was designed with the ability to cruise in remote areas where on board maintenance had to be easily achieved.
The main engine is a 260 HP Gardner 8L3B know in the industry as the Rolls Royce of marine engines.
This particular engine was manufactured by Gardner in the UK in 1967 and completely rebuilt by Gardner specialist Dave Shaw Engineering in New Zealand. Her condition was new and rated at 0 hours use when purchased for ASIA in 2007. All was properly documented and engine log books have been updated throughout the life of the engine. Current hours 11,000.
One of the objectives of the owners was to store as little fuel as possible allowing them to select the best fuel supplier in a particular cruising area. The fuel consumption is 16 L per hour which results in an average cruising speed of 8 knots under engine alone. This permits a theoretical cruising range of 6250 NM.
The propeller system is linked to a Dong I gearbox and a Scan CP-12 variable pitch propeller.
ASIAS electrical power is generated by two gen-sets:
Cat 20 kw single phase generator with 11,000 hours.
Polar Power 14 kw DC generator with2500 hours
2x 3KW Balmar alternators on the main engine
36x Trojan T 105 batteries @ 1800AH
Hybrid power system based on energy efficient 3x 3KW Victron Multiplud
Most navigation equipment is Furuno and includes:
Furuno NavPilot 500 autopilot
Furuno Nav Pilot 511 autopilot for second station and back up
Furuno wind and multi control
Furuno NavNet weatherfax network sounder
Furuno NavNet BlackBox radar 72 NM
Maretron ships monitoring N2K View
The rig of ASIA has been purposely designed to provide the yacht a maximum sailing performance in a wide range of weather and wind conditions.
Her spars have been constructed of laminated extrusions by David Lambourne Yacht Rigging of Brisbane, Australia.
AES New Zealand provided full design and load analysis. ASIAs carbon fiber boom is a Park Avenue design which enables easier mainsail handling.
The sail inventory includes:
Fully battened 12/14 Oz Dacron mainsail @ 180 sq. meters. New Ullman SA with stack pack (July 2014)
Furling Dacron Genoa 200 SqM by Tasker (2009)
Furling Dacron staysail 90SqM by Tasker (2009)
The mainsail is hanked on by an Antal bat car system. The genoa and staysail are set on Harken hydraulic furling systems.
All winches are Antal electric winches
2x Antal ST 90/3 speed/ for the genoa sheet
2x Antal ST 70 / 2 speed / Mainsheet and main car control
2x Antal ST 70 / 2 Speed for mainsheet and main car control
2008 Aquapro with center console powered by a Suzuki 4 stroke 90HP motor
One FeelFree double kayak
Three standup paddle boards and paddles
One set of waterskies with a slalom ski
Two knee boards, one wake board
One 3 person hot dog eagle design
All diving listed below is stored and usable from the vessel
10 Scubapro BCDs with emergency sausages
15 Alu dive tanks in service
Ten Scuba rigs with Primary, Octopus, SPG and depth gauge
Ten weight belts with 40 - 50 kg dive weights
12 short wet suits of different sizes
16 fins of different sizes
Ten full face masks, black silicone
One Dan Emergency oxygen breathing kit
2 medical oxygen cylinders
One Bauer Junior Dive Compressor
Custom built tank storage rack and filling station for four tanks at a time.
Two Plastimo 8 Man Transocean Life rafts
CHARTER INQUIRIES BOOKINGS
ASIAs seasoned and professional owners confirm that while the vessel is listed for sale, ASIA is also committed to continued successful charter months in Komodo, Raja Ampat and the Andaman Sea.
Charter inquiries are welcome and can be direced to Pier One Yachts Sales under a Co-Central Agency charter agreement
Sale and charter inquiries should be directed to Arthur (Skip) Mansfield by phone in the US at or His E mail at
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.