Used Cruisers Yachts for Sale
Cruisers Yachts has become a premier provider of midsize to luxury pleasure yachts, ranging in size from 33' to 60' in length. Cruisers builds express open and closed cockpit, aft cabin, sedan yachts. SYS Yacht Sales offers used Cruisers Yachts for sale worldwide, including Cruisers Express, Cantius, Sport Sedan models and more. Don't see the vessel you're looking for here? Contact our experienced yacht brokers for assistance, we look forward to helping you find the yacht that's right for you. Learn More about Cruisers
6500 nmi range!
Getting Ready to Cruise to Fiji! Outstanding Range!
Built as ALEXA to a very thorough Vripak specification, she was designed by Vripak Yachting international and construction was preformed by Kuipers shipyard, Woudesend, The Netherlands. The design was carefully analyzed and was an enlarged version of previously built Vripak/ Kuiper's expedition yachts. The yacht is a twin screw, round bilge, displacement hull, with flared bow, transom stern, and three decks. The first level is crew quarters, owner and guest staterooms, and engine room all separated by water tight bulkheads. The second level is the pilot house, galley, main salon, and aft deck. The third level is the flybridge and boat deck. The hull construction is of welded steel and the super structure is welded aluminum. The hull and superstructure are joined with a bimetallic strip according to DNV standards. There are 5 watertight bulkheads. The design requirement was for intensive cruising capability and long ocean passages with emphasis on simplicity of maintenance and reliable systems. MAVERICK has preformed well and met all the requirements during thousands of miles of ocean cruising.
The current owner, an accomplished mariner has cruised approximately 5000 hours/ 48,000 nautical miles aboard Maverick. Other than cruising in New Zealand, all voyages were Ocean voyages from 1200 to 2800 nautical miles. Frequently seas in the 12'-15' range were encountered and one time seas were in excess of 25' feet and winds were in excess of 100 knots and the autopilot, oversized rudders, and hydraulic steering system kept the boat on course. Through this 45,000 nautical miles of cruising at 1340 RPM/ 9.6 knots average speed, fuel consumption has averaged 58 liters per hour (15.3 gallons per hour) for an average consumption of 1.6 gallons/ nautical mile, with the small generator running. The range at 9.6 knots is over 6,000 nautical miles with ample reserve.
MAVERICK captures the essence of an expedition yacht, a rough and rugged vessel capable of traveling to out of the way destinations yet "rugged vessel" belies MAVERICK'S extraordinarily graceful exterior lines and interior features which make her a luxury yacht rivaling any cruising the world. With suburb fit and finish, custom stainless steel hardware, marble inlays, exquisite granite, lighting and entertainment systems, she offers luxury creature comforters for hardy seafarers. MAVERICK has three staterooms that sleep six and two crew cabins. She features a large main salon with separate dining area, a sheltered aft deck with dining table and settee and an expansive flybridge and boat deck. She carries 11,471 gallons of fuel for long range travel with her full displacement hull. The shrouded propellors offer protection from floating debris and increases effeciency.
Crew: Forward on the lower deck are the crew accommodations. All the way forward is a V-berth with two very large single berths. The cabin is fully yacht finished with Cherry paneling. There is a large amount of drawers and locker storage. The crew cabin has a beautifully finished en suite bath with Corian vanity. The stateroom has book storage and two hanging lockers. There is an overhead escape hatch to the main deck and doors to the main passageway and the bathroom.
Dining and Main Salon:
Guest Staterooms Port &
Entertainment consists of:
Samsung Model #SV-7000 VHS worldwide
video Phillips DVD player
Note: There are smoke alarms and handheld fire extinguishers through out the living accommodations. There are PDF’s in the closets for each bunk. All of the lower accommodations have pullout DC flashlights, which act, as emergency lights should power fail. In the master stateroom is an escape in the portside closet into the saloon couch.
The fly bridge is protected by a full-boxed bulwark, on top of which is a Plexiglas windshield and stainless steel handrail. Overhead is protected by a welded aluminum hardtop on stainless steel stanchions attached to the aluminum radar arch. At the console is a pedestal mount leather helm chair with arm controls for the port and starboard video screens and the steering pilot.
There is a built-in seating port and starboard. Starboard side aft is a circular lounge with a pedestal table. There is storage beneath all the seating areas. On the port side is a Corian bar with double Miele electric grill, stainless steel sink, Vitrigo under counter refrigerator, and U-Line bin type icemaker.
Access to the fly bridge top is via a
flush circular hatch. On the top is a stainless steel grab rail down
the centerline. Mounted aft are two large domes, one for the Sat Com
and the other for the satellite TV. Mounted forward is an aft facing
quartz light, which illuminates the arch and mast. On top of the radar
arch is a hinged mast.
6-foot radar scanner
The boat deck is four steps down aft of the fly bridge. On the centerline forward is a door from the salon. Starboard side aft is a two-part hatch to the aft deck. The boat deck is protected by full bulwarks, on top of which is a stainless steel handrail. There is an opening bulwark door port side forward and starboard side aft. Port and starboard are large dunnage boxes. Also port and starboard are throw rings with lights. On the port side is Siemens Mark 4 Inmarsat-E-EPIRB in a float free location. In the starboard dunnage box is seen a line thrower.
Outboard of the bulwarks are two Viking 6-person SOLAS “A” canister life rafts on hydrostatic releases. These are in stainless steel cradles and fitted with full covers. Carried inside the bulwarks to starboard is a fore and aft mounted diesel Novurania tender. Aft outboard of the bulwark is a 16' Nautica tender with 70 Hp 4 stroke Yamaha outboard motor. Mounted in the centerline aft is the custom low profile hydraulic davit.
The primary tender is a 24-foot Nautica hard bottom inflatable catamaran, 20” in length. It is a Nautica International model #RIB0CAT, powered by a Volvo 4-cylinder inboard 150hp diesel model #K1.7L. The drive is a Mercruiser Alpha One outdrive serial #OM815354 with 5-bladed stainless steel propeller. The catamaran has a fold down boarding ramp on the bow. The hulls are protected with aluminum diamond plate overlay. The date plate indicates a capacity of 16 persons and 150hp. The Nautica features:
The foredeck is protected by a low-boxed bulwark with welded stainless steel handrail and stainless steel flagstaff in the stem. In the bulwarks are welded stainless steel fairleads to welded stainless steel bitts. There are large freeing ports. The anchor windlasses are mounted on a raised, guttered platform. Forward on the platform is a 37” circular watertight flush hatch into the forepeak area. Immediately aft is a welded stainless steel bell stand with a bronze bell. The two windlasses are hydraulic by Muir. There are vertical with capstans and gypsies. Each has a footswitch and a wired remote. There are also remote windlass controls on the wheelhouse and fly bridge. The windlasses are fitted with heavy devil’s claws and chain clamps. The chain runs over double grooved rollers. The anchors are 150-kilo stainless steel Poole N Stockless fitted with approximate 15mm open link chain. The stop waters are foam balls. The chains are reported to be 80 fathoms on the port side and 44 fathoms on the starboard side.
Centerline aft of the winches is a flush Plexiglas hatch into the crew area. Aft port and starboard are built in seats in front of the weatherboard. The Glendinning shore power comes out through one of these seats. On the centerline is a door through the weatherboard to the Portuguese bridge. The weatherboard is full welded box aluminum with a varnished teak cap. On the aft side of the weatherboard are hatches leading into general storage. On the starboard side is a waste pump outfitting.
Mounted port and starboard on the wheelhouse are two throw rings with man overboard lights. There are wing stations port and starboard. Each wing station has start/stop switches, engine controls, steering, and bow thruster controls. There are opening door port and starboard to the wheelhouse.
The side decks are several steps down protected by the house overhang and waist high boxed bulwarks with a varnished teak rail on the stainless steel stanchions. In the house overhang is the lighting. In the bulwarks are large freeing ports and welded stainless steel fairleads to stainless steel fabricated bar cleats. There are opening bulwark doors port and starboard amidships and teak wing doors port and starboard aft. Port and starboard inside lockers are fire mains. On the port side is a water fill; on the starboard side is a fuel fill. In the starboard side bulwark is a built-in hydraulic side boarding stairs / passerelle for tender or floating dock boarding. On the starboard side aft is a door into the engine room fidley. Aft of the wing door on the starboard side is a storage locker, in which is located the fire and emergency shutdown pulls.
Crane for Tenders:
Mounted in the centerline is a custom made fabricated aluminum low profile extending crane with all hydraulic lift, jib, and Kevlar cable. It is a hydraulically actuated crane. The crane receives power via the Cramm central hydraulic system. It booms up, down, hydraulically rotates and hydraulically telescopes. The mainframe of the crane is approximately 11 feet long. It is a custom made crane reported to be rated a 2,200 capacity at full extension.
The vessel is powered by a pair of Caterpillar 3196 fresh water cooled marine diesels rated at 380 HP@ 1800 RPM. The reversing gears are Twin Disc with a ratio of 3.43:1.
The engines are fresh water cooled through raw water-cooled heat exchangers located at the front of each engine and have gear driven raw water rubber impeller pumps for cooling. The transmission and inner coolers are raw water cooled with engine oil fresh water-cooled, as in the turbo charger. The raw water feeds are from the port a starboard sea chest with a crossover pipe and valve all made of C-PVC.
Both main engine exhaust consists of insulated steel exhaust risers with flanged stainless steel bellow flex sections that are hung from the overhead steel frame and is isolated through rubber mounts. The exhaust system continues on the outboard sides to water injection stainless steel exhaust water feed ring and a low speed shower feed downstream from the spray ring. The exhaust system passes through fiberglass mufflers located behind the engine room paneling that then discharges on the stern outboard quarter on their respective sides. The transition hoses from the stainless steel pipe to the fiberglass muffler are connected with blue silicone exhaust hose ad T-bolt clamps.
Both main engines and reverse gears are bolted to a steel skid plate that is isolation mounted on top of the engine beds. The reversing gears and main shafts are isolated through an Armatek flexible coupling and thrust bearing with a dripless shaft seal that is cooled by a raw water takeoff fed from each engine. Each transmission has a Creusen Roermond electric gearbox trialing pump, for single engine operation.
Hydraulic PTO pumps are driven off the front of each main engine and are Cramm/Parker that feeds the central hydraulic system.
The engine controls are electronic ZF Mathers MS565-13050 with stations located at the aft deck; port and starboard wing stations; fly bridges; wheelhouse.
There is also an emergency throttle electronic control located at the rear of each engine. Each main engine has its own 24 volt start battery bank consisting of two 8D gel cell batteries in series to produce 24 volts and is fed by an isolation switch to the starters. These batteries are charged by belt driven 24-volt alternators and by an amp charger.
Each main engine shares a dual Racor 1000 MA fuel/water separator filter with vacuum gauges and water sensitive alarm with the respective generator and has associated valving to select either one or both of the filters.
Each main engine has a local gauge panel with: Digital tachometer; Analog oil and fuel pressure gauge; Emergency stops, Analog crank pressure gauge.
There are Caterpillar premium electronic displays on the panels in the wheelhouse and fly bridge and on the DMP ship’s monitor panel.
Engine Room Ventilation:
Located in the overhead of the port side engine room is a 25’ x 24” main air intake plenum with an 18” axial variable speed fan. The controls are by Heinman & Hopman and are located just outboard of the port generator. The system can work on either auto or manual and derives its information from both a temperature probe and pressure sensor located in the engine room. On the opposite side of the engine room is a small 8” x 8” passive exhaust plenum the port and starboard louvers are located on the aft boat deck. The intake louver measures 20” x 24” and the exhaust louver measures 12”x 12””. Both plenums are fit with manually controlled fire dampers and demisters. In addition to the above-mentioned ventilation, there are two engine room cooler fans manufactured by Heinman & Hopman. The engine room cooling fans are 16” variable speed fan. The system uses a seawater heat exchanger process that supplies cool air to the port and starboard engine room via these two variable speed fans. They are controlled by Heinman & Hopman variable speed control unit.
The vessel has a pair of Northern Lights generators. The port side generator is rated at 45 Kw, 56.3 KVA, 230/400 volts, three phase, 50 Hz, 1500 RPM at 81 amps per leg. This generator consists of a Marathon electronically regulated electrical end that is driven by a John Deere four cylinder turbo charged, fresh water-cooled marine diesel. The starboard generator is rated at 25 kW, 31.3 KVA, 230/400 volts, three phase, 1500 RPM at 45 amps per leg. The engine is 4 cylinder Toyota engine that is driving a Japanese made electrical end.
Both engines are freshwater cooled through raw water-cooled heat exchangers with gear driven raw water pumps that are fed from the common sea chest. The exhaust systems are raw water cooled from the exhaust mixer elbows that dump into fiberglass aqua lift mufflers located outboard of the generator sets. The exhaust then passes through gas/water separators located outboard behind paneling whereas the exhaust gas is discharged above waterline and the water discharged below.
Each generator set is mounted on isolated mounts on a welded steel frame with oil pan beneath the engines. Both generator sets are located in Northern Lights insulated hard sound enclosures with removable access panels for inspection and service.
Each generator has its own 24 volt start battery bank consisting of two 4K gel cell batteries located aft, starboard of the engine room that pass through the battery switch panel, which allows for paralleling between the two battery banks. These batteries are charged by the generator belt driven 24-volt alternator off the front of the engines and by a Mastervolt 24V/25 amp charger that is shared between the main engine start batteries through a battery splitter.
Each generator shares their respective main engine dual Racor 1000 MA fuel/water filter separator with metal bowls and has vacuum gauges and water sensor alarms. These filters are located inboard of the main engines and have selector valves between each filter and valves to the main engine and generator on their respective sides.
The output of the generator sets is fed to Merlin Gerin thermo-magnetic molded case breakers located on the main electrical panel.
Each generator has a Northern Lights series 3 stop/start and gauge panel with: Analog oil pressure and temperature gauges; manual preheat stop/start controls; service meter. Each generator can be monitored on the DMP ships monitoring system for engine performance and electrical output.
The ship’s loads operate on either 230-volt for lighter loads or 400 volts, three phase for heavier loads. The main panel is set up as a single buss bar system whereby only a single power source can supply the vessel. The ship’s load will automatically be switched to the active generator after a short delay on start up of the generator. The generators take preference over shore power source if a generator is activated. This automatic load switching can be bypassed with manual switches located on the main electrical panel. The 25kW unit is considered as the night generator to operate during light load periods. The port generator (45kw has 15,000 hours) and the starboard generator (25kw has 15,000 hours) Both generators operate at 1500 RPM which extends their life.
Oil Water Separator:
The vessel if fit with an oily water separator located centerline on the forward engine room bulkhead. The unit is a Bilge Boy. The unit takes suction from a dedicated suction line from the engine room centerline bilge. It is isolated on rubber mounts and mounted inside a stainless steel drip tray.
Bilge and Fire System:
The main fire system consists of a Sihi pump located in the engine room mounted on the forward bulkhead. It is close coupled to a Rotor electric motor. It is rated at 4-kW. It is 50-hz. The system doubles as an emergency bilge and chain wash. The pump and motor are soft mounted on rubber mounts inside a stainless steel drip pan.
The vessel’s primary AC electrical loads operate on 230 volts, single phase or 400 volts, three phase, 50 Hz wye configuration that can only be supplied from one of the three power sources (i.e. shore power, 25 kW and 45 kW ship’s generators). The shore power system has two inlets, one located on the aft transom and other in the starboard bow seating area. Both shore power cords are 6/4, 100’ cables that are on Glendinning shore power reels with aft unit in the lazarette and the bow in the crew bilge area. The shore power cables are automatically coiled in stainless steel bins. These shore power cords then feed 100 amp, three pole Merlin Gerin breakers adjacent to the bins that then feed the Atlas Smart Box that allows for a combination with single or three phase feeds to be combined. This smart box then feeds the Atlas frequency converter. The drawings indicate a galvanic isolator is installed in the shore ground system.
Atlas Frequency Converter
Input: 190-250 V and 340-520 VAC, 3 or 1 phase, 40-70 Hz
Output: 400-230 V,51 amp,3 phase, 50 Hz
The Atlas Smart Box is frequency converter is located in the lazarette. The output of the frequency converter feeds the main panel through a 63-amp breaker. The main electrical switchboard is located in the engine room on the aft port bulkhead. The panel is a custom built semi-automatic switchboard with a single buss bar system whereby the ship’s load will automatically be transferred to the available power source with generator power having preference over the shore power source. Each power source is monitored on this main panel with analog meters and monitors: Voltage between phases and neutral; Frequency load current.
The ship’s loads are protected through thermo-magnetic Multi 9 Merlin Gerin breakers located on the main engine room on the main electrical panel and the single sub panel located forward of the master stateroom. The main panel was built by Kuipers and a full set of electrical schematics is available.
Secondary sources of AC power are supplied from 3 Mastervolt MASS 24 volt/2500 watt inverters rated at 2500 watts located above the starboard battery banks. Two of the inverters are coupled together as master and slave to supply critical loads that demand constant power source. The third inverter of the same size, make and location supplies critical power to critical electronic equipment such as the DMP monitor. These inverters are normally online, but have bypass switches in the event of failure to switch to load to the normal AC power source.
The vessel’s primary house electrical DC systems operate on 24 volts that is supplied from 12 2-volt Traction Sonnenshchein 1,000 A/H, dry fit, gel cell batteries that are located in the lazarette and are mounted in stainless steel 2” lip trays with stainless steel retaining bins. The output of this battery bank feeds an output fuse located in the starboard trays with stainless steel retaining bins. The output of this battery bank feeds an output fuse located in the starboard corner and an isolation switch located in the DC panel. These batteries can also be paralleled to the main engines for starting through a switch located in the battery switch panel. The output of these batteries are divided into two sections labeled as “switched” and “not switched”. It is believed the concept is to reduce the DC load of non-critical loads when the vessel is running on DC power with a single switch located on the main battery switch panel. The DC power supply to the main panel and sun panels is protected with knife fuses located in the main electrical panel. The lighting throughout the vessel is primary DC with some AC lighting, mostly indirect.
Each main engine has their own start battery bank consisting of two 8D gel cell batteries located in the engine room on the starboard aft bulkhead. These batteries feed the main engine starters through battery switch in the main battery switch panel and can be paralleled to each other or to the house battery bank. These batteries are charged by the generator batteries. The over current protection devices on the main sub panel are thermo-magnetic, single pole, Multi 9 Merlin Gerin breakers. The DC system is negative ground to hull.
Stabilizer and Hydraulic
“MAVERICK” is outfitted with a Cramm central hydraulic system for the crane, capstans, and anchor windlasses. The main controls and 53-gallon reservoir are located in the engine room outboard on the port side. The stabilizer system is Naiad Koopnautic model MK302 with pilot house and flybridge controls.
The vessel’s air conditioning system is a chilled water by Marine Air systems of Pompano Beach, FL. Rated at 144,000 BTU’s or 12 tons of cooling capacity with reverse cycle heat rated at 158,400 BTU’s. The three Copland scroll compressor units are racked together and located in the engine room on the starboard forward side. Each compressor is rated at 48,000 BTU’s or 4 tons of cooling capacity. The Marine Air control box is located on the forward engine room bulkhead and has digital displays with touch pads to the control system. A glycol heat exchanger loop cools the A/C compressors which means they never encounter salt water.
The circulating water in the system can be heated by four additional immersion heaters located under the passarelle power pack in the engine room with a master rotary switch and four individual rotary switches for each heater element. This system can be controlled through DMP control panel whereby the water is diverted through to the immersion heaters through an electronically operated three-way valve.
The chilled water is circulated throughout the vessel via a Rotor 230 volt, .075 kW, 50 Hz, single phase circulating pump located aft of the compressor unit. The cooling water is provided to the system by a closed fresh water plate heat exchanger located forward of the port main engine. This heat exchanger is cooled by a Rotor 230 volt, .75 kW, 50Hz pump located directly beneath and draws water from the portside sea chest. This cooling system also provides seawater temperature air to two engine room recirculation fans located port and starboard. The closed fresh water cooling water is circulated by a Rotor 230 volt, .75 kW, 50 Hz pump located adjacent to the raw water cooling pump.
The fan coils throughout the vessel are by Marine Air with individual screens located at each fan coil unit. The units are fitted with three way valve thereby bypassing the water system to the fan coil unit once the desired temperature has been reached. The fan coil control temperature and fan speed are by Heinman & Hopman and are digital controls with each having frequency drive to control fan speed.
The vessel also has two Heinman and Hopman make up air units type SA, with one unit located in the crew bow compartment to service the forward section of the vessel and the other unit located in the midsection coffer dam to service the aft section of the vessel. These units draw outside air that is then chilled and ducted to various parts of the vessel to make up for lost air from ventilation fans, ECT. And create a slight positive pressure within the vessel in the air conditioning.
The vessel has one Matrix with low-pressure pump, sand media filter, and high-pressure pump set. There is an Atlantic ultraviolet sterilizer light. All of the water maker equipment is located in the starboard aft engine room and is supplied seawater by its own dedicated through-hull. The low-pressure pump supplies 50-Psi to the sand media filter. There is a 30-micron filter, and a charcoal filter. The system is fit with automatic back flush. A second water maker was recently added Sea Recovery 33 gallons/hr.
Potable water system:
The potable water system consists of 3 separate zones. The pumps are located in the cofferdam between frames 32 and 34. They are mounted outboard on the starboard side. There are two Sihi pumps. One is 230/240 volt and one is 24 volt. The pumps take suction directly from the water tanks just aft of frame 32.
Hydraulic power for the steering system is supplied by the Cramm central hydraulic system. The steering power is supplied by the primary pumps on the front of each main engine and is redundant with a secondary AC electric motor mounted directly to the hydraulic reservoir. Located in the steering area in the aft lazarette are two 16” x 1 ¼” steering cylinder rams. The cylinder ends are fix mounted towards centerline and are yolk mounted to the port rudderpost. They work in a push/pull arrangement. The port and starboard tillers are connected with a 3” adjustable tie bar. The rudderposts and bearings are well supported.
“MAVERICK” is a masterpiece of the finest Dutch Craftsmanship available today. From the exquisite joinery in the interior spaces to all of the ships operating systems, the marriage of the Kuipers Shipyard and Vripack Design and engineering have made “MAVERICK” a true work of art while being a proven and capable expedition vessel for passages in excess of 6,000 nautical miles. She has crossed the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and yearns for more. Her fuel efficiency (1.6 gallons per nautical mile) is believed to be partially due to her shrouded propellers that can be seen in the attached photographs that also offer propellor protection from logs, containers, and other objects at sea.
Separated by a cherry counter with fitted and general storage
Cherry woodwork throughout
Large windows allow for superb natural lighting
Passageway door to aft deck
Secured dining table with six chairs
Shelved display cabinet
(2) Large L-Shaped settees with a low table in the center and (2) fixed mounted low tables
(2) Occasional chairs
Cabinet with built-in 42" Panasonic TV and hideaway bar with granite top, stainless sink, and bottle storage
Electric window in aft of salon
Liebherr 2-door refrigerator with 2-drawer freezer
Double circular pocket door to saloon V-line bin type icemaker
U-shaped countertop with stainless grab rail
Boan trash compactor
Miele microwave oven
Miele Induction Series, 4-burner glass cook top with fiddle
Discharge vent above cook top
Miele classic oven
Oversized sink with separate purified drinking water faucet
Under counter cabinets
Fixed small settee with table and storage under drop down doors
Large port and starboard electric opening windows
Large built-in refrigerator
Curved stairwell with skylight above that leads to boat deck
Entertainment center with:
NEC Plasma TV on a lift
Sony component system model #MHC-37A
Dual cassette,CD/DVD, and stereo
Samsung VHS model #SV-7000W Worldwide video
New Marantz Worldwide zoning DVD player
Accessed by circular stairwell from the forward end of the salon
Stacked washer/dryer combination
Samsung VHS model #SV-7000W Worldwide video
Philips DVD player
Beneath stairs is the bilge storage access area
Aft Master Stateroom
Full beam width stateroom
Centerline King sized bed with drawers underneath
Nightstands built-in on both sides of the bed
Built-in occasional chair with ottoman
Cabinet with (5) drawers
(2) Large closets
42’ Sony Plasma TV on lift, in cabinet at the foot of the bed
Samsung Model #SV-7000 VHS Worldwide video
New Marantz Worldwide zoning DVD player
DVR and Satellite TV
Sony component systems model MHCS3 AM/FM radio, CD player and dual cassette
Port Guest Stateroom
(2) Large twin berths
Sharp flat LCD screen TV
DVR and Satellite TV
AM/FM radio with CD player
Escape hatch into the captain’s cabin
Starboard Guest Stateroom
(2) Large twin berths
Sharp flat LCD screen TV
DVR and satellite TV
AM/FM radio with CD player
Forward Crew Quarters
V-berth with (2) very large single berths
DVR satellite access and local TV through either cable and/or air
Ensuite head with: Corian vanity, washbasin, enclosed shower, and heated sole.
Two ensuite heads with:
Heated marble sole
Heated towel racks
Starboard head has a toilet, washbasin, and enclosed shower
Port head has a large shower that is also a steam shower
Ensuite head with:
Heated towel bar and heated marble sole
Finished in cherry, granite and marble
Built-in settee with large fixed dining table
Dry storage beneath settee
Corain countertops and stainless steel sink in galley area
Induction cook top with (2) areas
Full-height cabinet with built-in TV
Bilge under crew lounge is fully floored with storage shelving and secured, removable storage boxes, cupboards, (2) extra freezers, and (1) extra refrigerator
Passage stairs to the wheelhouse
Queen sized berth
Entertainment center with Sharp LCD TV, CD/cassette/FM stereo system
DVR Satellite access and local TV through either cable and/or air
Ensuite head with: washbasin, enclosed shower, and heated sole. New marble in shower and new marble floor (2008).
Navigation and Electronics:
Five panel windshield with 180 degree visibility
Port and starboard weather tight doors to Portuguese bridge deck
Paneling and cabinetry in cherry, sole is varnished maple
Recaro pedestal mounted chair
L-shaped settee with fixed table
Plenty of storage, chart table with drawers, cabinets, drop-down doors, lockets, ect.
DMP System with integrated panels at the helm station, port and starboard wing station, and flybridge
Maxi Ship monitoring system with 40 analog inputs and 64 digital inputs
(6) Pentium III computers model #RZ28 1, rack mounted for DMP system. (Three are main computers, three are backups all replaced in 2015)
(3) 15” TFT displays on main bridge
(2)12.1” TFT displays on flybridge
12.1” TFT display in engine room
(2) Remote alarm panels (one in owner’s stateroom and one in crew mess)
Knot meter, log, and water temperature in ship’s monitoring system
Furuno model #FR2115B black box radar with 6-foot scanner (96 mile range)
Furuno model #FR2115B black box radar with 4-foot scanner (95 mile range)
Full ARPA on both radars
Transas charting system, Navi-sailor 3000 ECS-I
2008 World chart folio
Current monthly professional care to keep charts up to date
Auto identification system on Furuno radar and integrated with Transas System Complete Worldwide
Transas Chart folio
Transas Charts video signals to TV system
Backup Transas Charting System on standalone Compaq laptop
Radar overlay on Transas charting
Nav Tech messages reception on Transas Charting screen
Anschutz Gyro model #GYROST AR 2 (serviced 9/08)
Fluxgate compass model #RZ347
Eco 510 Sea Pilot
Naiad Koopnautic stabilizer fins model #MK302
Eco 120 echo sounder with two transducers
Sailor Inmarsat C Model #I622G DGPS
Sailor Irridium radio model #SC4000
ICOM model #802 single side band with Sail Mail Pactor modem
Inmarsat D, Purple finder
Simard VHF radio model #RS8400 at upper and lower helm
(2) Simrad handheld VHF radios
Ericsson Tri-Band GMS phone
Panasonic model #KXTD8I6 PBX
(3) Panasonic phones model #KXT7536
(7) Panasonic wireless phones model #KX-TCA-155
Tip Tell answering machine
RZ marinized computer (server) Pentium III, 800 megahertz, 128-ram, 8-megabytes, video ram, 20.4 GB hard drive, AGPS3 Savage 4 VGA Casr, (2) USB, (1) parallel, (2) 100 MBS LAN card, analog 56. K6 modem
Hewlett Packard model #K-80 printer/fax/copier/scanner
(3) New servers (2007)
(2) Wireless systems throughout yacht; (1) for internet/printing access anywhere onboard and (1) for wireless DMP and Transas access via laptop anywhere aboard
Satellite TV system (2007)
New High Speed Satellite internet & phone system SAILER FLEET BROADBAND (2017)
New gyro compass 2016
New television system, INTELLIAN T80W 2016
Entered either from centerline watertight door on the transom or via the engine room fidley at the aft end of the starboard side deck.
Engine room fidley has an outside side deck watertight door and from the salon is an interior door with a watertight dogged and gasketed door into the fidley.
Engine room is fully insulated behind solid painted aluminum panels
Bilge areas in most storage areas, engine room, and engine room floor plates have been repainted
Super Mini Haman AG Marpol approved treatment system for black and grey water
Oil transfer pumps for ease of oil change and removal
Smoke and heat detectors in the overheads
All hull plating has glued sound plates attached
Ship’s air compressor with 3-gallon receiver tank
(2) Heinman & Hopman fan speed controls
Stailess steel sink and faucet
Cramm central hydraulic system
Sihi main fire pump on forward engine room bulkhead
Bilge boy 2.5 gpm Oily Water Seperator manufactured by Seperation Technology
Sihi engine room freshwater circulating pump
Engine room raw water circulating pump
Alfa Laval heat exchanger, dedicated for the Aircon and hydraulics
Fuel fill and return manifold
Sterling Fluid Systems fuel transfer pump
Alfa Laval fuel centrifuge on the starboard side
Marine Air I2-ton air conditioning condensing and compressor unit
Heinman & Hop 16” air circulating fan
Besenzoni passarelle/side stage hydraulic control box and emergency pump Matrix sand filter, low pressure pump and inlet strainer
25” x 32” 9-drawer tool chest
Ladder to starboard side fidley door
Lube oil tank for clean oil- 100.4 gallons
Lube oil tank for dirty oil- 100.4 gallons
23”x 24” air intake plenum with 18” fan variable speed
15” DMP computer display
Engineers work/log desk and emergency alarm panels and lights
Vessel is powered by pair of Catipillar 3196 fresh water cooled marine diesels rated at 380 hp @ 1800 rpm. The reversing gears are Twin Disc with a ratio of 3.43: 1.
Dual Racor 1000 MA fuel/water separator filter
Each main engine has a local gauge panel with: digital tachometer, analog oil and fuel pressure gauges, emergency stops, and analog crank pressure gauge.
There are Caterpillar premium electronic displays on the panels in the wheelhouse and flybridge and on the DMP ship’s monitor panel.
Northern Light 25 kW generator, with approx.. 12,800 hours
Northern Light 45 kW generator, with approx..15,000 hours
Main electrical switchboard in (3) primary housings 24V DC 230/400V AC
(7) Mastervolt battery chargers on aft bulkhead
DC switchboard for battery isolation
Miscellaneous Mastervolt gel cell batteries
The shore power system has two inlets, one located on the aft transom and the other in the starboard bow seating area.
Both shore power cords are 6/4, 100’ cables that are on Glendinning shore power reels with the aft unit in the lazarette and the bow in the crew bilge area. New galvanic isolators have been placed on both shore cords.
Atlas frequency converter- Input: 190-250V and 340-520V AC, 3-phase or 1-phase, 40-70 Hz. Output: 400-230 V, 51 amp, 3-phase, 50 Hz. The Atlas Smart Box and frequency converter is located in the lazarette.
(3) Mastervolt MASS 24V 12500 watt inverters rated at 2500 watts located above the starboard battery banks
(3) Mastervolt, 24V, 100 amp battery chargers located in the engine room on the starboard aft bulkhead
Each main engine has their own start battery bank consisting of two 8D gel cell batteries located in the engine room on the starboard aft bulkhead. Generators have their own 24V bank of starting batteries located above the main engine batteries consisting of (2) 4D gel cell batteries in series to produce 24V.
Engine and generator batteries were replaced in 2014.
House batteries were replaced in 2016.
Deck and Hull:
Her hull is all electric welded steel construction. Her house is all marine grade aluminum, using all 5mm and 6mm plate. The hull to deck joint is a fully welded tri-clad strip with the steel side welded to the deck and the aluminum side welded to the house. There is a fairly complete set of CAD on board in a CD format.
Teak in excellent condition
Port anchor is a stockless 150k with 110 meters of chain
Starboard anchor is a stockless 180kg with 150 meters of chain
Anchor windlasses are mounted on a raised, guttered platform
37” Circular watertight flush hatch into forepeak area
Stainless steel bell stand with bronze bell
(2) Muir hydraulic windlasses, vertical with capstans and gypsies, each with footswitch and wired remote (Also remote windlass controls on the wheelhouse and flybridge)
Anchors are 150 kilo stainless steel Poole N stockless, fitted with approximate 15mm open link chain, stopwaters are foam balls, chains are reported to be 80 fathoms on the port side and 44 fathoms on the starboard side
Flush Plexiglass hatch into the crew area
Aft port and starboard are welded seats in front of the weatherbreak, Glendinning shore power comes out through one of the seats
Centerline is a door through the weatherbreak to the Portuguese bridge
Weatherbreak is full welded box aluminum with a varnished teak cap
Hatches leading into general storage
Port and Starboard wing stations with start/stop switches, engine controls, steering, and bow thruster controls
Custom aluminum low profile extending crane with all hydraulic lift, jib, and Kevlar cable. (It booms up, down, hydraulically rotates, and hydraulically telescopes. The mainframe of the crane is approximately 11 feet long, reported to be rated a 5,000 lb. capacity at full extension.)
Entered via centerline quick active watertight transom door with lock and alarm
4-step stainless steel ladder
Fill-Rite 75-liters per minute 24VDC pump with fuel hose and gauge for diesel service to the tender
Hot and cold mixing valve for the stem shower
Glendinning model #CM-7 24V shore cord retrieval unit, with stainless steel shore cord storage drum
Kidde model #HC227 engine room fire suppression system.
It’s charged weight is 46-kg. It is a FM200 fire suppression system.
Miscellaneous storm panels
(2) Handheld fire extinguishers 6-kg each; (1) Foam, (1) C02
Bauer Oceanus drive compressor with 3kW motor on soft mounts
Nitrox dive compressor
(4) Aluminum dive bottles
4-bottle dive bottle storage rack
(2) Dive bottle charging pressure regulators
(6) General service batteries and rack- batteries manufactured by Dry Fit model #A600-WE
23”x 27” liquid filled radiator
(3) Rod holders and miscellaneous handrails and spare parts
24V DC primary fuse box
35kW Atlas Classic shore power system model #ICN6200 frequency and power converter
Spot filtration system
(6) Fenders with covers
Folding dock cart
25# Danforth dinghy anchor with chain leader and rode
(2) Custom built Cospolich freezer/refrigeration units
Liebher upright freezer
Pedestal mount leather helm chair with arm controls for the port and starboard video screens and the steering pilot
Built in seating port and starboard
Starboard side aft is circular lounge with pedestal table
Storage beneath all seating areas
Corian bar with double Miele electric grill, stainless steel sink, Vitrigo under
Counter refrigerator, and U-Line bin type icemaker.
Mounted on the mast radar arch is the following:
6-foot radar scanner
4-foot radar scanner
Large remote control spotlight
(2) Aft facing quartz lights illuminating the boat deck
Kahlenberg triple trumpet model #T-3A pneumatic horn
Various radio and GPS antennas
Flybridge Boat Deck:
Aft of flybridge, with door that accesses salon
Protected by full bulwarks, on top of which is a stainless steel handrail
Opening bulwark doors, portside forward and starboard side aft
Port and starboard large dunnage boxes
Throw rings with lights
(2) COSPAS/SARSAT 406MHz EPRIBS
Viking 6-person SOLAS “A” canistered life raft on hydrostatic release, in a stainless steel cradle and fitted cover
Custom low profile hydraulic davit
Safety Gear and Equipment:
All safety equipment is meticulously maintained with proper annual services and all standard monthly checks preformed
(5)Watertight compartments plus bow knuckle
220V bilge pump with 5-bilge manifold, 4 kW, 50 cycle
220V fire pump with (2) fire mains plus chain wash, 4kW,50 cycle (Note: Bilge and fire pumps cross connect)
(5) Automatic bilge pumps
(6) High water bilge alarms
(10) Survival suits
(44) Life jackets, including tenders
(4) Throw rings with man overboard lights
(18) Handheld fire extinguishers
(12) Approved smoke hoods
(2) Full BA fire fighting set ups, additional (2) BA bottles
Automatic/manual fire suppression system for engine room (FM200)
Remote fuel shutoffs
Remote fire dampeners for engine room ventilation
Offshore trauma first aid kit
Basic first aid kit
Optical smoke alarms tied into alarm system
(3) Full sets of SOLAS flares
Full set of required running lights
(4) Security cameras; (3) on deck articulated, and (1) fixed in engine room
Smoke alarms and handheld fire extinguishers throughout accommodations, PDF’s in closets for each bunk, all lower accommodations have pullout DC flashlights, master stateroom has an escape in the portside closet into the salon couch.
(2) 6-man Solas A life rafts
There is a huge inventory of spares and parts on board for all systems
June 30, 2018: MAVERICK just completed a 1451 nautical mile trip from Auckland, NZ to Vanuatu. Cruising thru 30 knot winds, MAVERICK's fuel consumption was an amazing 1.59 gallons per nautical mile at an average speed of 9.6 knots.
MAVERICK is a custom designed and built steel hulled, aluminum superstructure, all electric welded motor yacht, designed by Vripak Yachting International and built by the Kuipers Shipyard of Holland, in 2002. Her keel was laid in 2002, however. Her delivery date was 2003. She is an offshore expedition type motor yacht with a raked bow, transom stern, raised foredeck, raised wheelhouse, and is twin diesel engine powered. She has crossed the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and is ready for more. Current owner has crossed the Pacific from San Diego to New Zealand via Marianas Islands (2800 nautical miles non stop) and Fiji. He has also cruised to Australia and Venatu a few times. She is a proven passage maker who can be operated by a small crew because of the extensive back up systems.
Maverick is offered for sale only to purchase a larger expedition vessel. She is in excellent condition with a recent complete paint job with slight color change on the hull (stars and strips blue). Most cruising is at 9.6 knots burning 58 liters (15.3 gallons) per hour. This is incredibly efficient (1.5 gallons per nautical mile).
Maverick has received continual maintenance attention by an owner who operates aircraft and is very familiar with good maintenance schedules. Oil samples have frequently been taken on the engines and the generators. Other than oil changes, sensor replacement, injector replacement, zinc replacement, and heat exchanger replacement very little work has been necessary over 45,000 nautical cruising miles on the engines and generators. They do not smoke and use hardly any oil. During purchase survey a borescope should be conducted on the engines and generator. Due to the low RPM the diesels have been running at, it is difficult to predict when in frame overhauls will be required on the four diesel engines. The total cost of this work for four diesel engines will be approximately $100,000.00 in the USA.
Recent maintenance includes:
These are preliminary specifications, subject to correction in future.
All fishing equipment
All dive and snorkeling equipment
Owner’s personal equipment/ effects (binoculars, clothing, ect.)
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed.
SYS Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by International Yacht Corporation.