Racers and Cruisers 2005 TP 52 Transpac 52 listed by JK3 Nautical Enterprises, Inc. (Off Market)
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Rebel Yell began life as Pisco Sour which won the TP52 Med Cup in 2005. Rebel Yell was designed by Botin-Carkeek and built by Longitud 0 in Spain. She has a Brad Fitzgerald Grand Prix level bottom finish and Reichel-Pugh Yacht Design has overseen her performance optimization. This boat is ideal for racing in the Southern California circuit and is the perfect boat for this years Transpac Race in July. The TP 52 is a fast, exciting class with a highly competetive fleet. This is truly a Grand Prix yacht of sailboat racing.
This boat is kept in very good racing condition, replacing lines as needed so that all running rigging is in good shape. Rebel Yell is always ready to go racing, and the current owners sail her quite frequently. Rig is pulled and inspected annually and bottom is cleaned annually.
Current USCG documentation, IRC, ORR, and PHRF certificates available upon request.
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Longitud 0
LOA: 52 ft 0 in
Beam: 14 ft 7 in
Maximum Draft: 10 ft 5 in
Displacement: 16535 lbs
Ballast: 8175 lbs
Total Power: 57 HP
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 57 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (34 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (25 Gallons)
Max Draft: 10.5
Displacement: 16,535 lbs
Engines And Steering
Total Power: 57
Yanmar SD 40 Sail Drive
2 blade folding propeller
Oversized rudder bearings
Hull and Deck
Hull and Deck female molded
Solid hull, laminated on female mold with carbon epoxy laminate. Full nomex
Longitudinal and transversal reinforcements over the whole surface
Post cured in oven at 90 degrees under vacuum
Bulkheads are laminated with vacuum bag and bonded to the hull and deck with biaxial layers.
Deck is laminated in sandwich with carbon nomex uder vacuum
Deck has a molded headliner made of composite to meet the bulkheads.
Molded platforms and recesses for hatches, port lights,mast passage, deck organizers and winches.
Flotation line marked on the hull
Keel fin WELDOX with internal lead fill,All- CNC machining and 2007 new Botin design 2007.
New bulb built in 2007. 2,5 % antimony.New design.
RUDDER/ STEERING SYSTEM:
Pre-preg carbon rudder stock. CNC milled female mould for blade
JP3 Type 4 rudder bearings
Two carbon/ 1.1100mm wheels ultra-light.
The cable passes through light weight sheaves to the carbon quadrant. All the rudder system is Jefa.
Emergency tiller in carbon.
Layout and Interior
Marine WC Jabsco or similar
Antifouling seacocks for outlet and seawater inlet.
Plastic wash basin with manual fresh water pump
6 Longitudinal sofas/berths with hinged backrest in black color
2 stoves kitchen
Carbon Navigation table placed above the engine box
Rig & Rigging
Hall Spars Custom section optimized for Botin . Autoclave cured high modulus pre preg carbon fiber tube
External carbon fiber track
2 Spinnaker halyard spectra. 1 Code 0 halyards. Lock
Genoa halyard PBO with Lock
Main halyard . Lock system
Standing rigging Navtec
Backstay of kevlar
Vang fitting, and prepared to fit an outhaul 16.1
2 Carbon spinnaker poles autoclave cured . Moulded in kevlar bumpers where pole contacts headstay
Genoa Tuff-Luff. August 2007
Autoclave cured with core molded at 121 and 6 bars pressure.
This boom was customer designed by Scott Fergusson ,especically for the 3rd generation Hall TP 52.
32:1 Internal outhaul system.
Made of spectra and vectran in general.
2 genoa sheets,2 spinnaker sheets,1 mainsheet , 2 mainsheet car,
2 genoa sheet cars, 2 barbers genoa.
Cleat Tylaska T5- T8-T12-T20
2 Spreader Hall Spars carbon spar and boom (internal outhaul); Portable hydraulic mast jack with wedges for rig tensioning
PORTLIGHTS AND HATCHES:
Lewmar hatch at the bow
4 Rectangular openable portlights on the cockpit
WINCHES: GRAND PRIX VERSION:
6 X HARKEN 55.3 STR. Racing, 3 speed, self tailing, alloy drum; 1:1 first gear ratio
2 X Carbon pedestal , overdrive box 1:1.85 ratio
4 single handles with lock 10 and one 8. Harken
Main and Genoa tracks Harken
8 Spinlock stoppers
Harken blocks grand Prix
Cam cleats for foreguy, barbers, vang, etc. Harken, or similar
4 Bags for halyards, winches handles, etc.
Aluminum anodized vang Hall with control lines to both side.
PULPIT AND STANCHIONS: 1 bow pulpit and 2 stern pulpits, made of Inox steel AISI 316 25mm Bases for navigation lights Carbin Fiber stanchion
Plently of Spinlock clutches both on the cabintop and on deck
2 Harken winches on cabintop, one oversized and able to be driven by
2 Harken pedestals tied into primaries and mainsheet winches
2 Harken primary winches and 2 Harken secondary winches
1 Harken mainsheet winch
Jib cars are fully adjustable
Bunch of other deck gear including SS hydraulic handle,
multiple winch handles, snatch blocks, sheet bags, etc
All safety gear for inshore racing. Most safety gear for offshore (i.e. No liferafts)
Electronics & Instrumentation
BG Full equipment 4 displays FFD - 5 20x20 GPD Leika antenna GPS Furuno, VHF Icom Will have additional Electronics added during refit, extensive details to follow.
Yanmar 57 HP Sail Drive, fitted on silencing blocks to absorb vibration. Spinlock engine control
Filter on water intake (Vetus)and filter for water separation on the fuel supply.
GRP engine box to isolate the engine with fireproof foam.
Engine control panel, which has acoustic panel alarm for temperature, is located on the cockpit very easy to access
2 Blade propeller RACING Gory.
FRESH WATER: 130 liters fresh water tank. Manual pressure water pump supplying the galley and the head.
1 manual pump in the cockpit. 2 manual pumps inside.
Red/green navigation lights at bow pulpit.
White stern navigation light at starboard aft pulpit.
White engine steaming navigation light on mast front side
White light at mast head for windex.
1 Battery 90 AH-12V for start of engine
2 Battery 90 AH-12V for electrical installations
Electrical switch board with 10 thermic fuses/switches
Instruments for diesel tank level and service battery voltage.
2 Plug 12 V by navigation station
10 halogen spotlights for interior
1 halogen lights for navigation table
Fluorescent lights for toilet and kitchen
Racing Bravo instrument computer (updated 2010) with output through B G
Hercules 2000 and displays; 5 20/20 displays on mast and 3 multifunction
repeaters on deck.
Wired Nav Station
North Main (Aug 2005)
North Main (Mar 2006)
North Main 3DL Carbon(Apr 2007)
North L1 3DL Carbon (May 2005)
North L2 3DL Carbon (Aug 2005)
North LM1 3DL Carbon (Mar 2006)
North LM2 3DL Carbon (Apr 2007)
North M1 3DL Carbon (May 2005)
North M2 3DL Carbon (Aug 2005)
North M3 3DL Carbon (Mar 2006)
North M4 3DL Carbon (Apr 2007)
North H1 3DL Carbon (May 2005)
North H2 3DL Carbon (Apr 2007)
3.5 3DL Carbon-Kevlar(May 2005)
Kevlar Jib delivery
Masthead Genoa 3DL Carbon-Kevlar (May 2007)
A0 Spectra Scrim (May 2005)
A1B AIRX 500-0.5 (Sep 2005)
A1C 0.5 Norlite (Apr 2006)
A2B AIRX 500-600 (Apr 2006)
A2C Norlite 0.5, Norlite 0.6 (Jul 2006)
A2D Norlite 0.5, Norlite 0.6 (Apr 2007)
A4 (May 2005)
Spin Staysail (Mar 2006) Soft Norlam
2012 3Di Square Top
2010 3Di Square Top
2012 A1.5 Nylon (Contender) Asymmetric Spinnaker
2010 A1.5 Nylon (Maxicote) Asymmetric Spinnaker
2009 A 1 Maxicote Asymmetric Spinnaker
2012 A2 Airx Asymmetric Spinnaker
2011 A2 Airx Asymmetric Spinnaker
2009 A2 Maxicote Asymmetric Spinnaker
2009 A3 Spinnaker (unused Samba kite)
2010 3Di Light Jib (unused Matador sail)
2009 3Dl Light Jib (unused Samba sail)
2011 3Di Medium Jib
2010 3Di Medium Jib
2010 3Di Heavy Jib
2010 3Di Super Heavy Jib
2011 Inshore Spin Staysail
2010 Offshore Spin Staysail
Many other older sails
New nonskid and repainted deck beginning of 2012.
2 meter bow sprit (Brad Fitzgerald) in 2008
Racing kelp cutters on both fin and rudder
New bulb for IRC optimization in 2009
Square top main and split topmasts in 2011
New structural support around top of keel fin for heavier bulb and aft/stern for
new topmasts as required
Extended stern deck in 2011
Navtec rod rigging (new in 2009); Twin Spectra topmasts
(to accommodate squaretop main); hydraulic adjustableheadstay
and jib cunningham cockpit mounted pump/control valves
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.