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This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • Sail / Catamaran
  • Voyage Yachts / 440
  • 2001 / Used
  • 44' / 25'
  • Yanmar
  • Yanmar
  • 40 hp
  • 4501 hrs
  • Diesel

Catamaran 2001 Voyage Yachts 440

Off Market since Nov 6th 2018

To see full description of this boat from the seller click on the Seller Description tab above.

Alternate Latitude is a shining example of the award-winning Voyage 440 bluewater luxury catamaran. With head turning good looks, excellent performance, and a build quality second to none in her class, Voyage catamarans are in high demand both as long distance cruisers and income producing charter yachts. This Voyage 440 has been expertly maintaintained since new and has been a successful crewed charter yacht in the BVI for many years.

She is ready to take her new owners anywhere as a private yacht, or her charter books and amenities will convey. This includes a beautiful robust website, 6 years of charter contacts, social media marketing and complete business package.

She is currently in the Bahamas and will arrive in Florida early summer.

Dimensions

LOA: 44 ft 0 in
Beam: 25 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 3 ft 6 in

Engines

Engine 1:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Starboard
Engine Hours: 6527
Engine Power: 40 HP

Engine 2:
Engine Brand: Yanmar
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Location: Port
Engine Hours: 4501
Engine Power: 40 HP

Accommodations

Number of cabins: 4 + 2 single bow cabins
Number of heads: 4

Forward and Aft Cabins

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Access to bow storage

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Cabin and reading lights

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Cabin lights reading lights

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Cave lockers

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Hanging and storage cupboards

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Laundry locker with upholstered cover

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Modules in moulded GRP

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Queen size bunk with split mattresses

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Stainless steel towel rail

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Cabin Appointments

Bow Cabins

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Cabin Appointments

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Cabin Light

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Fan

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Hatch

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Single V-Berth

Main Saloon

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ALCANTARA upholstered settee

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Coffee table

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CORIAN type work surfaces

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Modules in moulded GRP

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Standing height throughout 1.9m

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Storage in seating modules

Galley

The Voyage 440 galley is second to none in its class

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4 x Burner propane hob and propane oven

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CORIAN type work surfaces with stainless steel rails and fiddles

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Facility for microwave oven

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Front opening refrigerator - 12V air cooled ADLER/BARBOUR

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Large recessed drip tray

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Modules in moulded GRP

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Pressurized hot and cold water

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Stainless steel sink

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Stainless steel waste chute with cover

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Top opening freezer, 12V air cooled ADLER/BARBOUR

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Galley Appointments

Head Compartments

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Integrated shower grate and sump

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Manual marine toilet

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Mirror

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Modules in moulded GRP

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Stainless steel towel rail

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Vanity cabinet

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Wash basin and shower with hot and cold water

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4 x Heads, 2 x Port, 2 x Stbd

Navigation Centre

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Access panels to electrical installation and systems

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Instrument console

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Navigation seat

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Chart table with recessed chart stowage

Instrumemtation

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Compass

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ICOM M-45 VHF Radio with RAM mike

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RAYMARINE ST60 Tridata Wind

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RAYMARINE ST6001+ Autopilot with WHITLOCK rotary drive

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LOWRANCE 113 HD chartplotter/GPS/Depth sounder with updated chip/triducer

Electrical

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2 x 120A AMPLE alternators with SMART multi stage regulators

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2 x Engine start batteries (12V) @ 65 AH (new 2005)

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AC shore cable socket

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Battery isolator switches

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Ceiling lights

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Circuit breaker panel

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Cockpit lights

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Deck light

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Interior AC outlets: 3 in saloon, 1 in each cabin

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Lazarette and engine compartment lights

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LINK 2000 battery management system

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Mast top and lower navigation lights

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House batteries (12V) gel - 400AH x 2 (800AH) (new 2005)

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HEART 25 Inverter/Charger 12V to 110V

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Shore power cable 30A

Engine Equipment

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2 x Instrument panels with engine hour meters

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2 x 55A alternators

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High pressure fuel lines

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Sound insulation

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40Hp fresh water cooled YANMAR diesel engines with saildrives and fixed propellers. The port engine new in 2005 with SD 50 sail drive

Plumbing

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2 x Black water systems and holding tanks

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2 x Manual bilge pumps

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2 x Water heater 22 litre

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4 x Automatic electric bilge pumps

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Pressurized hot and cold deck shower (starboard)

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Self draining cockpit

Comfort and Lifestyle

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Air Conditioning 22 000 BTU NEW 2018

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Dimmers, Courtesy Lights, Boom light, 12V outlet

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Flat Panel 22 inch TV

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Generator, NORTHERN LIGHTS 6KW - 5156 hours

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Sound system, 12V Radio/CD and 4 Marine speakers in saloon/cockpit

Cockpit/Aft Deck

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7 x Storage lockers

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Cockpit deck level walk through to dive platform

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Dingy stowage supports and BBQ mounting point

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Double helmsmans seat

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GRP Cockpit table

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Sheet pouches x 2, Utility pouch x 1

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Steering console including

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Instrument console

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Stainless steel steering wheel

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Teak dive platform/aft deck

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Traveller arch

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Cockpit Cushions

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Cockpit table - White GRP Removable

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Hard top Bimini with spray dodger

Sails

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Fully battened main with large roach, 2 reef points, 10.3 oz high modulus, cross cut Dacron

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Furling genoa with foam luff and UV cover, 7.3 oz high modulus cross cut Dacron

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HARKEN battcar system for mainsail

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Mainsail stowage pack with lazy jacks

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PROFURL genoa roller furler

Rigging

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7/8th fractional rig

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Anchor chain lead internally through compression post

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Anodised Aluminium mast, boom, cross beam and double compression post

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Attachment point for bow sprit

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Color coded sheets and control lines

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Double purchase main halyard

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Flag halyards, Port and Starboard

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Mast supported by triple spreaders, intermediate and cap shrouds, forestay and inner forestay

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Reefing lines x 2 and luff pendants x 2

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Telescopic boom derrick for hauling dinghy on to dive platform

Hull, Deck and Bulkheads

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Antifouling over epoxy based osmosis barrier

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Closed cell PVC foam core, vacuum bonded for stiffness, strength and minimal weight

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Forward water tight compartments with horizontal bulkheads

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Hand laid-up GRP construction using multi layers of Quadraxial glass roving, isophthalic and orthophthalic polyester resin and other highest grade material

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Low aspect reinforced keels

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Marine ply and balsa core on critical structure bulkheads for added strength and stiffness

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Reinforced fitting areas for cleats and chain plates

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Skeg supported rudders

Deck Equipment

  –  1 x Electric windlass: LOFRANS
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2 x Primary winches on coach roof: ANDERSEN 46ST

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2 x Secondary winches in cockpit: ANDERSEN 46ST

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8 x Aluminium mooring cleats

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Teak walkway between trampolines

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Tracks, cars, jammers and blocks

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Webbing trampolines

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Propane BBQ (PARKER Grill) on Dive Platform

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Snorkeling Equipment

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Bow pulpits with teak seats

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Double guard wires

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Grab rails on coach roof

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Pushpits on stern with brackets for life ring buoys and overboard lights

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Stanchions and stanchion bases

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Swim ladder Starboard

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Water stays attachment points for bow sprit

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Gates in guard wires

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Swim ladder Port

Hatches and Windows

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11 x LEWMAR hatches

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2 x GRP locker lids: foredeck

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7 x GRP locker lids: cockpit

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8 x LEWMAR port lights

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8 x Reflective laminated safety glass windows

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Anodised aluminium framed sliding door with safety glass and fixed opening positions

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Ventilation/Escape hatch with teak grid in galley

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Dive equipment hatch and locker in aft coaming

Safety Equipment

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Basic safety equipment including: flares, life jackets, first aid kit and life rings

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