Marten Yachts Marten 49

€345,000 (Tax Not Paid)

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  • 2004 Marten Yachts Marten 49
  • 2004 Marten Yachts Marten 49
  • 2004 Marten Yachts Marten 49
  • 2004 Marten Yachts Marten 49
  • 2004 Marten Yachts Marten 49
  • 2004 Marten Yachts Marten 49
  • 2004 Marten Yachts Marten 49
  • 2004 Marten Yachts Marten 49
  • 2004 Marten Yachts Marten 49
  • 2004 Marten Yachts Marten 49
  • 2004 Marten Yachts Marten 49
  • 2004 Marten Yachts Marten 49
  • 2004 Marten Yachts Marten 49
  • 2004 Marten Yachts Marten 49
  • 2004 Marten Yachts Marten 49
This Marten 49 is a fabulous example of an all carbon constructed cutting edge Reichel Pugh cruiser racer.
This well known example has been raced and cruised worldwide by her owner. Competing in the 2004 Rolex Sydney Hobart race, numerous offshores and many Fastnet races this Marten 49 yacht is well known and regarded on the circuit.
"Vineta" is the most competitively priced boat on the market and incorporates an upgraded 3-spreader mast configuration from Southern Spars, which makes her a real bandit on the rating game, as well as unrivalled performance cruiser.

Location: Hong Kong
Listing office: Ancasta Raceboats

€345,000 (Tax Not Paid)

Boat Details

Make: Marten Yachts
Model: Marten 49
Year: 2004
LOA: 49ft/15m
Class: Performance Sail
Hull: Carbon Fibre
Keel: Fin Keel
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Single Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 8
Cabins: 3
Ancasta Ref: 26824
Vessel Name: Vineta

**2018 upgrades include full new deck painting and repainted underwater surfaces.**

Model: Marten 49
Manufacturer Marten Yachts, New Zealand
Engine Yanmar 4JH 4-TE 75hp diesel - feathering propeller
Year built 2004
Length Overall 15.00 m / 49.21 ft
Max Beam 4.17 m / 13.68 ft
Draught Keel up 2.10 m / 6.89 ft
Keel Down 3.7 m / 12.14 ft
Displacement 11,229 kg / 24,755 lbs (sailing)
9,500 kg / 20,943 lbs (lightship)
Ballast 3,413 kg / 7,524 lbs
Fuel Tank 170 litres
Water Tank 280 litres

Carbon fibre SPRINT with cell foam cores
Reinforced at high stress areas with carbon fibre

Bulkheads, structural frames, longitudinal’s, and centre case are constructed from carbon SPRINT materials with Core Cell foam core

Carbon fibre chain plates built into the hull laminate

The hull and deck are painted white in a high quality “International” 2 pack polyurethane coating

4 x mooring cleats
12 x 600 mm stanchions - all recently re-bedded.
2 x aft pushpits
Integrated Carbon fibre radar post, flag holder & stern light
2 x bow pulpit with red/green nav. lights
Double 1 x 19 wire lifelines with turnbuckles
Forestay chainplate with attachment for headsails

Southern Spars Carbon mast & boom
Carbon double spreader & tapered mast
Tuff luff forestay
Steaming light
2 masthead halyards
Carbon boom with 2 internal reefing lines and outhaul
Carbon retractable bow sprit stowed within the chain locker

The backstay is adjusted with a hydraulic hand pump
Mechanically adjusted vang via line purchase system
All sail adjustment lines lead aft to the cockpit
Element C6 continuous composite rigging (total weight 20kg)

North Sails 3Di inshore main, no reefs early 14
Hyde Sails GPL Triradial offshore main, late 15'
3 reefs, cut down delivery main

J1 NS 3Di mid 15
J2 NS 3Di mid 14
J3 NS Tri radial new
J4 NS old but hardly used
Roller furler Hyde

A1.5 NS recut
A2 NS late 14
A3 NS recut
A0 NS late 15

spinnaker staysail NS

75 HP, 4 Cyl, Yanmar 4JH 4-TE diesel engine
Sail drive with Maxprop 2 blade folding propeller
8 knots at 2600 RPM
Throttle control is adjacent to the stbd. helm station
Fully accessible engine bay from all sides.

1 x Mastervolt 300w inverter
1 x Mastervolt battery charger
1 x Charge booster
Eberspacher Diesel cabin heating with 4 x outlets
Paguro generator plus aircons
Planus electric master toilet

Twin wheel steering,
Wire steering cable and composite quadrant.
Spare alloy emergency tiller is provided
Stern thruster

S/S diesel tank 170 litres with shut off valve (under saloon floor)
Tank gauges at chart table
Twin Racor 500MA fuel filter & water separators in engine bay

Hot and cold pressurized water.
Water tanks with total capacity of 280 litres (under saloon floors)
Tank gauges at the chart table
22-litre hot water tank (80 degrees C) - heated by main engine or via 230v shore power
PUR 160E Survivor Water maker (25 litres per hr)

75 Litre Polypropylene holding tank for toilet waste
Electric pump for tank discharge or direct overboard diversion

Muir VR1250 rope/chain windlass with foot switch on foredeck
20m x 8mm anchor chain
50m x 14mm anchor warp
16 kg Delta anchor
Carbon fold out anchor arm which launches from the anchor locker

Heavy duty Hydraulic keel pump
Two manual bilge pumps
3 x electric automatic bilge pumps (individually switched at chart table)
2 x electric pumps for draining the shower sumps

B&G Hercules 2000 instruments on deck & repeated at chart table
B&G Autopilot
Electronic Barograph
12v switchboard with fuses
AIS receiver & transmitter
Furuno Navnet GPS plotter
Iridium phone
Expedition Navigation software

VHF installed and handheld
SSB with whip antenna

Teak toe rail forward of the mast
2 x 500cm genoa tracks with adjustable cars
2500mm mainsheet track and car

Spinlock jammers on halyards, reef and control lines
Trim lines, mainsheet and halyards led under deck to winches
All blocks are ball bearing
Inhauler system for headsails

Primaries 2 x Harken B 60.3
Secondary’s 2 x Harken B 48.2
Mainsheet winch 2 x Pontos 3 speed (German continuous sheeting setup)
Halyards 2 x Harken B 48.2 STA (1 Electric)

Aft fold down transom door & deck hatch access above
Excellent storage space for dinghy & deck gear

all stanchions reseated
all interior woodwork revarnished
batteries replaced
new boom vang
new stainless steel spreader roots
The modern interior is constructed using timber veneers on aluminium honeycomb furniture & bulkheads. Much of the yachts interior is finished with a white satin paint.

Wardrobe with hanger space, seat side unit and storage shelves, side sofa seat, centre double berth 200 x 140cm with storage beneath.
Large offset to port en-suite bathroom / shower area with hand basin and vanity units forward of the owners cabin.
Air conditioning.

Second bathroom amidships, Includes sea toilet with electric flushing, washbasin & H+C water

2 x aft cabins. Both aft cabins have large 200 x 140cm double berths.
Both aft cabins have a wardrobe with a shelf above and bedside unit. Opening cockpit port light in each.
Air conditioning.

Each cabin is fitted with a folding pipecot for race crews.

Large L-shaped sofa and dining table with storage under cushions (also converts into double berth). Soft lighting throughout. Black carbon companionway steps contoured for ease of use.
Air conditioning - new units all round.

Large linear galley with a hard wearing wood top
Gimbaled FORCE 10 gas oven + stove
Isotherm 50 litre front opening refrigerator with stainless steel drawers
Isotherm 75 litre top opening freezer.
A stainless steel sink, + mixer tap for hot/cold pressurized water
Sea water tap at galley sink
4 x drawers & overhead cupboards

Cushions are made from multi density layers of foam. Charcoal colour Macro suede upholstery (in good condition)

6 man liferaft
8 Spinlock lifevests with harnesses
flares etc
horseshoe+ light
throwing rope
tool box and many spares
The Marten 49 is a fabulous example of this cutting edge cruiser racer. She was designed for the owner who wishes to combine the sparkle
and excitement of a performance racing yacht with the ability to make fast comfortable passages whilst cruising. It is differentiated from other yachts in its class by its detailed design, state of the art construction methods, and materials that provide superb performance.

This Marten 49 includes standard key features such as a lift keel for improved draught and performance when racing and reduced draught for accessibility to harbours and anchorages when cruising. By combining the talents of designers Reichel/Pugh, SP technologies and the experience of Marten Yachts, a yacht of outstanding pedigree has been created. This famous example has been raced and cruised worldwide by her owner.

Competing in the 2004 Rolex Sydney Hobart race, numerous offshores and many Fastnet races this M49 is well known on the circuit. As well as some memorable racing her owners have enjoyed cruising the Baltic, Norwegian fjords, Scottish highlands, Mediterranean, New Zealand and even South Africa and the south Atlantic. Made so enjoyable and exhilarating due to the range of the lifting keel, a fast cruiser racer design from Reichel Pugh and her all carbon construction from the very best.