Ketch 1986 Shannon Ketch listed by United Yacht Sales (Off Market)
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This is a donation vessel !! Special terms apply for the astute Buyer !!
43 Ft. Shannon Ketch 1986 - "AMARYLLIS" is #15 in the 43’ series from Shannon Yachts. By the time she was built, Shannon had achieved recognition as one of the worlds’ best builders of cruising sailboats. Over the years, 9 Shannon 38’s, 4 Shannon 43’s and 5 Shannon 50’s have completed circumnavigations, as well as 2 ARC’s. You will find Shannons in cruising haunts around the world. Aside from her sturdy construction, "AMARYLLIS" has benefited over the last 14 years from many improvements and upgrades by her attentive Owners. Today, she shows in excellent shape with all systems in great condition. She is, perhaps, the best value in a Shannon 43 in today's market. To add to her charm, she is in donation and financial terms are very attractive. Don’t hesitate, she will go to the first person showing serious interest.
Starting in the cockpit your helm is centered with seating behind it. To both sides and on the binnacle your instruments and engine controls are readily accessible. Forward of the helm, there is bench seating port and starboard, with access to locker space below. All lines are lead aft to the cockpit bridge deck with winches port and starboard for headsails. Bimini and dodger protect from the elements. Companionway is on center line with a sliding hatch. Down the ladder, you will find engine room access behind the ladder. To port there is a cabin with head forward. To starboard we find the Nav Station with instruments and electrical panels. The galley is found forward of the Nav Station with oven/stove and refrigeration/freezer. Port side of salon has a long settee with storage under and cabinets above. Starboard side has a settee also with storage under and cabinets above, as well as a folding table.
The entire interior is highlighted by teak bulkheads and cabinetry with glossy teak and holly cabin soles. Bronze portlights and brass reading lights round out the comfortable ambiance of this traditional interior. Continuing forward we find a vee berth cabin with head and shower, bronze ports, reading lights, drawers and hanging closet. More storage under the mattress.
Back on deck, the life raft is in a cradle under the main boom. There are hatches for ventilation above every room. Out on the substantial bow sprit there are 2 anchor rollers with anchors ready to deploy when needed. Toerails, handrails, bowsprit, hatches are all well varnished and protected with canvas covers.
Settees port and starboard with folding teak table on the centerline Both settees have lee cloths, Starboard settee slides out for comfortable berth Teak bulkheads and cabinetry, liquor cabinet with wine glass rack Bronze opening ports (4) and 2 overhead hatches provide max ventilation Glossy teak and holly cabin sole Floor hatches to access centerboard, fuel tanks and bilge pumps Mast is boxed in with panels to access it Overhead is Shannon signature fbg paneling Alpenglow lights throughout
Waterstation 600 sink plus accessories and Corian counter tops Seafrost cold plates and plumbing with engine driven compressor Large freezer section with vertical ice cube trays Corian counter tops Ocean Chef 3 LPG stainless steel 3-burner stove top with oven below Stainless burner cover Galley is furnished with plentiful wood storage cabinets and drawers Galley island works well offshore with belly straps when needed Quooker Fusion hot water and steam system
The Vee Berth stateroom forward is furnished with a double berth. Teak hanging locker and teak cabinet with four drawers, as well as brass reading lights. Bronze opening ports and an opening hatch on the center line. En-Suite bath facility is equipped with Corian counter top vanity and oval shaped stainless steel sink, mirrored medicine cabinets, fiberglass shower stall and Vacu-flush toilet. This head is accessed from the stateroom or the hallway.
The guest stateroom is furnished with twin berths, Teak hanging locker, reading lights and teak cabinet with four drawers. Bronze opening port and an overhead opening hatch. The guest bath is also equipped with Corian counter top vanity and oval shaped stainless steel sink, mirrored medicine cabinets and Groco Vacu-flush electric toilet. This head is also accessed either from the stateroom or the salon.
Deck and Hull
Entire boat was re-gelcoated in 2005 at Rybovich Stainless steel stanchions and double stainless steel lifeline Boarding gates port and starboard Beige canvas bimini top with dodger and filler to connect them Teak toe rails, Teak bow sprit with stainless bow rollers 5 deck hatches, 4 dorades and 12 opening bronze ports on cabin sides Life raft in cradle under main boom Chrome on brass hawse pipe fitting on bow 12 Volt two-way anchor windlass, rebuilt by Ideal in 2011 Appropriate chocks and cleats Shannons’ non skid deck pattern Edison Pedestal wheel at the helm LED decklights Anchors, chain, rode and chain stops new in 2011 Bottom bead blasted and barrier coated in 2014 All brightwork to like new condition with Awlwood in 2018 Bottom paint (3/2018) Canvas for dodger, bimini and almost all exposed wood new in 2017 Stainless treated with a product that protects for up to 4 years, 2018 Emergency tiller and varnished companionway hatch boards in starboard locker Manual bilge pump by the helm (2) Propane bottles under helm seat (2) New Rocna anchors; one has 150' of 3/8 HT chain, the other has 100' of 5/16 HT chain and 210' of Yale nylon braided line Life raft is due for service
Electronics and Helm
Raymarine Hybrid Touch GPS/Plotter Raymarine Autopilot Raymarine wind and speed Raymarine radar and autopilot Exhaust and fuel alarms Electric winch controls Water Witch controls Fusion stereo Plastimo compass Smart Plug Shore Power inlet Push pull switches for Thruster, winches, furlers and lights Single lever gear shifter Foot pedals for thruster AIS
Pro Sine 2.0 2000 watt Inverter Charger Icom VHF, IC -M424 Icom commander remote handset Xantrex battery monitor Water Witch Bilge monitor with separate hour meter Engine, house and parallel breakers for battery banks Xintex propane fume detector Fire protection panel Windlass breaker Sat weather Sirius XM radio Roberts Fosgate stereo system
4) Maintenance free batteries in 3 Banks 12 volt DC distribution panel with circuit breakers 12 volt automatic battery charger 165 amp engine alternator (2) Hubbell 30 amp 125 volt shore power inlets (2) 30 amp shore power cords, 50’ long 125 volt outlets throughout the boat AC circuit panel with breaker switches Smart plug shore power inlet
Engine Details and Mechanical Equipment
Beta Marine 43 bhp diesel engine, new in 2011 7 knots at 2,000 rpms burning .92 gph Fuel polishing system, 2011 (2) Racor fuel filters with pressure gauge Fuel manifold properly labeled Also in 2011: engine room insulation, soft engine mounts, fuel and water tanks Seatorque oil bath shaft system and Eco Wind (Max) prop Side Power bow thruster new in 2009 Holding tanks and heads new in 2009 Refrigeration systems redone in 2011 Jeffa rack and pinion steering with hydraulic autopilot on separate steering arm, new in 2012 Jeffa pedestal, steering wheel and cockpit table new in 2012 New rudder shaft support bearings in 2012 Webasto chiller and diesel boiler for heat and air conditioning with 5 heat exchangers, 2014 Most below waterline hoses replaced in 2018
Sails and Rigging
Selden main mast new in 2005 Standing rigging, rod, new in 2005 Genoa and spinnaker new in 2009
New in 2010:
Yankee, staysail, main and mizzen Selden booms, main, mizzen and staysail Selden electric for yankee and staysail Headstay Selden main kicker vang Harken 46.2 electric halyard winch Harken 60 STE electric primary winches Harken40-2STC secondary winches
New in 2017:
Leisure Furl new mizzen boom and new mizzen sail Dyneema running rigging for about 2/3rd’s of lines
Upgrades and Improvements
New in 2011:
Beta marine engine Fuel polishing system Engine room insulation and soft mounts New fuel tanks New water tanks Chain plates removed and inspected Anchors, chain rode and chain stops Refrigeration systems redone Windlass rebuilt by Ideal
New in 2012:
Jefa rack and pinion steering with hydraulic autopilot on separate steering arm Jefa steering wheel, pedestal and cockpit table Designed and installed structure for rudder shaft support bearings ( Jefa ) Steering components and rudder shaft bearing mounted to a ¾” G1000 Shelf glassed to hull This replaced cable steering for a more robust application
New in 2013:
O cean Chef 3 Glass Stove Quooker Fusion hot water and steam system Waterstation cubic 600 sink w/accessories
New in 2014:
Webasto chiller and boiler for heat and air with 5 heat exchangers Bottom bead blasted and fresh barrier coat
New in 2016:
Most below waterline hoses replaced
New in 2017:
Leisure furl boom and new mizzen All new canvas Roberts Fosgate stereo Dyneema running rigging for about 2/3rds of lines
New in 2018:
All brightwork to like new condition with Awlwood Fresh bottom paint Most stainless treated with product that protects for 4 years Seatorque shaft system rebuilt
"AMARYLLIS" is #15 in the 43’ series from Shannon Yachts. By the time she was built, Shannon had achieved recognition as one of the worlds’ best builders of cruising sailboats. Over the years, 9 Shannon 38’s, 4 Shannon 43’s and 5 Shannon 50’s have completed circumnavigations, as well as 2 ARC’s. You will find Shannons in cruising haunts around the world. Aside from her sturdy construction, "AMARYLLIS" has benefited over the last 14 years from many improvements and upgrades by her attentive Owners. Today, she shows in excellent shape with all systems in great condition. She is, perhaps, the best value in a Shannon 43 in today's market. To add to her charm, she is in donation and financial terms are very attractive. Don’t hesitate, she will go to the first person showing serious interest.
*Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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.