Shipman 50


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Boat Details

Make: Shipman
Model: 50
Year: 2004
LOA: 49ft/15m
Class: Sailing Cruiser
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Fin Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 6
Cabins: 3
Aft Cabins: 2
Ancasta Ref: 25743
Vessel Name: Saint Maxime
Designed by Joergen Bonde J & J and built by Seaway in Slovenia.

Composite epoxy/carbon hull, deck and superstructure
Teak laid deck and cockpit
Carbon wheel steering with Joystick at chart table
Fin keel
Hull colour, awlgrip flag blue
Portugese flag

LOA 14.99m
LWL 13.87m
Beam 4.49m
Draft 2.75m
Displacement 12,300 kg
Lead keel ballast
Carbon spars by Hall
Navtec SS rod rigging
Spectra/dyneema running rigging
In-boom Leisure Furl
Facnor roller headsail
Spinnaker pole and gear

Mainsail - North 3DL carbon tafeta
2nd mainsail - Spectra
106% Genoa - North 3DL carbon Tafeta with UV protection
2nd Genoa - Spectra
Flying Code 0 - North carbon
2nd Flying code 0 - North carbon
Assymetrical spinnaker, 0.9oz - North with sock
Assymetrical spinnaker, 0.75oz - Elvstrom with sock

Genoa - 2 x Harken No. 60 2-speed self tailing electric
Spinnaker/halyard - 2 x Harken No. 56 2-speed self tailing electric
In 3 double cabins.
Forward owners cabin with double berth, seating, hanging wardrobe, ample stowage and with en suite heads comprising Par Jabsco heads, sink and shower.
2 aft double guest cabins with hanging wardrobe and ample stowage.
Aft heads comprises Par Jabsco heads, sink and shower.
Large U-shaped saloon settee with table to easily accommodate 6.
Galley to starboard with 3 burner gas hob with gas oven. 12v fridge, freezer and double sink.
Nav station to starboard
Headroom 2mtr average
Light cream leather upholstery
Teak veneer interior joinery
Air conditioning
Cabin heating
Yanmar Model 4JH3-DTE, 114hp, 4 cylinder Turbo Diesel
Serial No. E32626
Hours run 1129 (16.01.11)
ZF Hurth 25A - 2.7 Gearbox
80Amp Hitachi alternator
Shaft drive to 3 Blade Gori folding prop
Maxpower retractable bow thruster

5 x batteries, 2004 all switched
2 x Vetus wet sealed 225Ah each
2 x Delphi wet sealed 170Ah each
1 x Optima Blue Top 75Ah
Total battery capacity = 865 Ah
Charged by engine alternator and 240v battery charger via 120 Amp Diode Splitter
Zivan (Italy) 12v 100Amp battery charger
Fischer Panda 6.5 KVA generator hours run 181.7 (16.01.11)
Shore power and cable

Fuel tank, 1 x 300ltr
Water tank, 2 x 230ltr PVC
Holding tank, 2 PVC

Pressurised water
Hot water via 240v electric immersion heater and engine heat exchanger
Water maker, Sea Recovery 280 ltr/hr
Urania Compass (Italy)
Speed/log, Raymarine 2004
Wind, Raymarine 2004
GPS, Raymarine 2004
Plotter, RL70C x 2 2004
Echosounder, Raymarine 2004
Radar, RL70C
VHF, Ray 240E DSC + 2nd station
Autopilot, ST7001
Navtex, ICS Nav 6
AIS class B transponder 2009
All interfaced where possible

Liferaft, 2 x 6 person Zodiac Open Sea Compact, due serv Mar & Jun 11
Lalizas Life-Link Danbuoy
Lifebuoy x 2
Offshore flare pack, exp 2015
Lifejackets x 10
Fire extinguishers, 1 manual 2Kg powder validity Mar 2011

20Kg Bruce anchor with 40m x 12mm chain
Dismountable 20kg anchor
Lofrans Progress II electric windlass

Horn, hand held
Bilge pumps, 1 manual and 3 auto
Pulpit, pushpit and guardwire
Sun Awning
LCD screen for TV or DVD's
Boarding ladder with hydraulic bathing platform
Passarelle, carbon
Warps and fenders
Some engine spares
Radio and CD
An extremely beautiful and capable cruiser with a carbon epoxy hull, a layout that combines an aft cockpit with a pilothouse and the performance of a thoroughbred racer.
Shipman 50 concept was born in 2001. The idea of a new singlehanded high-performance pilothouse offshore cruiser was developed by Joergen Bonde, the Danish owner of Shipman Yachts, and Jernej and Japec Jakopin of Slovenian J&J Design/Seaway. The carbon/epoxy prepreg technology was generously transferred by Bill Green of Green Marine in Lymington (UK), and the materials engineering and supply came from Giovanni Belgrano of SP Systems in Cowes (UK).
The result surpassed expectations : Shipman 50 was elected the overall winner of European Boat Of The Year 2003 contest by 11 votes coming from 11 participating countries in January 2004.
Shipman 50 was faster, more easily handled, stronger and more comfortable than any comparable boat giving new feeling of performance and enjoyment to cruising and club racing.