Privilege 435

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Boat Details

Make: Privilege
Model: 435
Year: 2005
LOA: 44ft/13m
Class: Multihull
Hull: Glass Reinforced Plastic
Keel: Multi-Hull
Rig: Sloop
Engine: Twin Diesel
Layout: Aft Cockpit
Berths: 8
Cabins: 4
Aft Cabins: 2
Ancasta Ref: 31233
Vessel Name: Morning Star
PRIVILEGE 435 built in 2005 by Alliaura Marine in France. Designed by Marc Lombard.

CONSTRUCTION:
White GRP hull and deck
GRP-foam sandwich throughout with isophthalic resin, multi-axial glass and PVC foam
Extensive use of vacuum infusion improves structural efficiency, saving weight
Teak decking, including cockpit and bathing platforms
The shipyard has Bureau Veritas certification
One owner from new

DIMENSIONS:
LOA: 43.00' / 13.11m
LWL: 41.25' / 12.57m
Beam: 23.33' / 7.11m
Draft: 4.42' / 1.35m
Displacement: 18300 lbs./ 8301 kgs.
All measurements approximate


Hull inspected and anodes renewed June 2017.
FRACTIONAL SLOOP RIG
Marechal mast, boom and bowsprit in white anodised alloy
Facnor mainsail batten car system and track
Stainless steel standing rigging
Fully battened mainsail slab reefing main, with 3 reefing points
Roller furling genoa
Lazyjacks and stack pack new 2017
Running rigging new 2017.

WINCHES:
2 x Harken 48 2-speed electric winches for main/genoa
1 x Harken 40 2-speed mainsail traveler winch
1 x Harken 44 2-speed mast winch

SAILS:
Incidence fully battened mainsail new June 2017
Incidence genoa new June 2017
Hood full radial cruising chute 2009
Hood spinnaker snuffer
Hood code 0 2009

STOWAGE:
Large stowage lockers in port and starboard bows for sails and gear, with hatch openings from upper deck.

SLEEPS 8 IN 4 DOUBLE STATEROOMS.

CABINS
Morning Star has an exceptionally bright and airy interior. There are four double cabins, each comprising a queen-size bed, a wardrobe and numerous drawers and shelves. Each stateroom has two opening deck hatches and an opening hull port. All staterooms have wash basins, heads and showers.
Further shelves, cupboards and hanging lockers are located along the two hull passageways. Furniture and paneling in all accommodation spaces is beautifully finished in light beech.
All hatches are fitted with sun blinds and the extensive inventory includes bespoke mosquito screens for opening hatches and hull windows.

SALOON
The deck-level main saloon is surrounded by moulded windows, giving panoramic views. A circular table, with folding extension, provides comfortable seating for 8.

GALLEY
The well-equipped galley is located on the same level as the saloon. Equipment includes an Eno 3 ring gas hob and oven, two Frigoboat fridges and a stainless steel double sink.
There is ample preparation area and stowage space.

NAVIGATION
The navigation station, at saloon level to port, comprises a navigation table, radio and instrumentation. The electrical switch panel is mounted above the navigation table.

COCKPIT
A large cockpit area with surround seating and a superb, teak-finished table offers outdoor relaxation and dining for all. The helm position, navigation instruments and engine controls are just a step away. The cockpit features a solid, walk-on roof and canvas sides which, together, provide total protection from inclement weather. The cockpit floor, helm position and steps are decked in teak.
There are large stowage lockers under the cockpit seating and under the cockpit deck and a purpose-built locker under the cockpit deck for the liferaft.
MAIN PROPULSION:
2 x Yanmar 3GH3CE diesel engines 40HP. Last serviced Nov 2016. 1,495 hours run to June 2017.
Cruising speed 7 Knots approx.
Maximum speed 8 Knots approx.
2 x Yanmar SD60 Saildrives. Fitted new November 2015.
2 x 3-bladed folding Max props.

ELECTRICS:
12v DC and 240v AC systems.
Phoenix Multiplus AC and DC control system
2 x main engine batteries.
5 x domestic batteries.
Batteries charged by main engine alternator, shore power or onboard generator via Victron battery charger.
4kW Onan MDKU generator with remote control rebuilt Nov 2015 1,076 hours to June 2017. 25 hours use since rebuild in November 2015.
Victron Energy DC/AC inverter/charger
4 x solar panels fitted to cockpit roof.
Shore power connector and cable

TANKAGE:
Single 380 litre fuel tank
Single 600 litre water tank
2 x 100 litre holding tanks for after heads
2 x Tankwatch 4 holding tank monitors.

WATER SYSTEM
Pressurised hot and cold water system. Water heating via main engine calorifier, 240v immersion heater or Hurricane catalytic heater.

HEATING SYSTEM:
Hurricane Hydronic central heating system to all cabins
NAVIGATION AIDS:
At Helm Station:
Plastimo Olympic 135 compass
Raymarine E120 Plotter/Radar
Raymarine ST7001 Smartpilot
Raymarine S100 hand-held pilot control
Raymarine ST60 Speed
Raymarine ST60 Depth
Raymarine ST60 Wind
Raymarine Ray240E DSC VHF with independent speaker

At Navigation Station:
Raymarine ST60 Tri data
Raymarine Ray240E DSC VHF with independent speaker
Sailor 250 Fleet Broadband satellite communications system
Raymarine personal man-overboard alarm
McMurdo Smartfind 406MHz distress beacon
Radio/CD Player
Glomex TV antenna system

GROUND TACKLE:
Rocna bower anchor with 20m of chain and 30m warp
Brittany kedge anchor with chain and rode
Lewmar V electric windlass with remote control and at helm station

GENERAL EQUIPMENT:
Echomax radar reflector
Manual bilge pumps
4 x automatic bilge pumps to both main engine spaces and port and starboard hulls.
Extra height stanchions for guardwires. Pulpits and pushpits.
8-man Avon liferaft
Full canvas cockpit enclosure new June 2017
Engine spares various
Transom-mounted boarding ladder and grab rail
Transom shower
Bespoke GRP tender.
6 x lifejackets
Warps and Fenders
Sunbathing mattresses for cockpit side decks