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Gebrauchtboot, Segelyacht

Arcona 400

  • £ 145.000,-inkl. MwSt.
  • ca. EUR 168.803,-
  • Sea FeverSchiffsname
  • 2009Baujahr
  • ArconaHersteller
  • 400Modell
  • 11,98 m x 3,82 mLänge x Breite
  • 2,10 mTiefgang
  • 7.000 kgVerdrängung
  • 3 KabinenAnz. Kabinen
  • 8 KojenAnz. Kojen
  • Yanmar 3JH4E 39hpMotor
  • DieselTreibstoff
  • 150 lBrennstofftank

Standort

Vereinigtes Königreich » Argyll, Scotland


Bemerkungen

Very nicely presented single owner Arcona 400 from 2009. Great spec with updated standing rigging, Hydranet sails and Raymarine instruments.

FURTHER BROKER?S COMMENTS:

Introduced in 2001 the Arcona 400 was an immensely popular cruiser racer which by modern standard enjoyed an exceptionally long production run, finally being retired in 2014 after more than 160 examples were launched. The first of the ?new generation? Arcona yachts she features the structural steel frame technology which has now become a feature of all Arcona new builds.

A one owner yacht from new SEA FEVER has proved to be an immensely capable yacht. During their ownership her owners have enjoyed cruising as far a field as Svalbard as well as competing competitively in local passage races on Scotland?s west coast. The Arcona 400 design proving more than capable of doing both successfully and safely. Now reluctantly offered for sale SEA FEVER has a comprehensive inventory including highlights such as:

Yanmar 3JH4E (39hp) engine with Yanmar SD50 saildrive
Two blade bronze folding propellor
Raymarine autopilot system
Raymarine C-Series plotter with 2kw Radar scanner (2014)
Raymarine AIS transceiver
Raymarine ST60 Depth/Log and Wind instruments
ICOM IC-M421 DSCVHF radio
Eberspacher heating system
Eno gas cooker
Jabsco manual marine toilet
Holding tank
Selden keel stepped mast, fractionally rigged sloop.
Furlex thru-deck roller reefing system
Selden carbon and alloy spinnaker poles
Standing rigging fully replaced in 2019
Hydranet mainsail
Hydranet blade jib
350SF blade jib
Spinnaker

The Arcona 400 SEA FEVER is wintering afloat on her pontoon berth at Ardfern Yacht Centre and available for immediate viewing by prior arrangement.

MANUFACTURER?S COMMENTS:

The Arcona 400 was one of the leading yachts for the trend cruiser-racer yacht. She became an icon for cruiser-racers and one that many boat builders have tried to emulate ever since.

She was the first yacht in the series ?New Generation? of Arcona yachts when she was launched in 2001. With more than 160 yachts built until she was taken out of production 2014, she is Arcona Yachts? most sold model.

The successes are many in both racing and cruising, and she has performed well in numerous races, as well as sailed to continents far away with happy long distant cruisers. However, she is most famous for her easy-to handle sailing and as a safe family yacht where there is space for everyone to enjoy the sailing.

The Arcona 400 has modern, fast lines and an elegant design with a technically advanced construction. She was built with vacuum infused hull and deck, laminated bulkheads and cabins and the traditional steel frame to divide the load from mast and keel. High quality materials, interiors in blond mahogany and an owners choice between 2 or 3 cabins.

Arcona 400 ? Sailboat of the Show 2001
Arcona 400 ? Overall Winner Gotland Runt 2008

?This is the way we build our Arcona Yachts?

Arcona 400 is built in accordance with the European CE-regulations and meets the high demands of the category A-Ocean. This requires that the yacht must be self-sufficient for more than 5 days and able to operate in waves up to 7 meters with winds up to Beaufort 10. But more than that every Arcona reflects our Swedish thoughtfulness and attention to detail.

Hull and deck are hand laminated in a sandwich construction using high density Divinycell as the core material. The laminate is built up of multiaxial rovings and high grade ISO-polyester. We laminate the bulkheads and the interior to the hull and deck giving the construction superb strength and rigidity. We don?t trust simplifying innerliners.

The heart of the boat is a galvanised steel chassis bolted to the main bulkheads which takes all the dynamic loads from the keel and rig and distributes them to the hull. The chassis runs from forward and ends more than 2 meters behind the keel giving the construction huge structural strength.

The keel-bulb is made of antimony-hardened lead, bolted to a cast steel fin giving the keel a very low centre of gravity. The fin is glassed and faired with polyester filler to a smooth finish. It is bolted through the hull to the steel chassis with 12 x 20mm stainless steel bolts.

The interior, made from Khaya Mahogany, is varnished to a satin finish and can be offered in different layouts, 2 or 3 cabin version and 1 or 2 toilets. Our yard where Arcona 400 is built is one of Europe?s most modern and efficient. Each boat is built by a team of specialists. Our detailed quality control includes testing every yacht in the big indoors water pool, where sprinkler systems guarantee that every Arcona 400 is ready to meet the elements. We know that all sailors have different demands, that?s why we never build boats for stock. Each boat is hand built for its owner.

?Keel-Pro?

Arcona 400 is equipped with Keel-Pro, a patented method to avoid damage if running aground. The lower forward end of the lead bulb has an integrated shock absorber made from a special mix of SBR and EPDM rubber which has within it a container filled with water. If running aground the water is pressed out through holes in the sides of the shock absorber, afterwards the container will be automatically refilled. Keel-Pro thus reduce the forces considerably if running aground. That together with the strong galvanised steel chassis makes the Arcona 400 one of the safest yachts to sail.


SPECIFICATION
CONSTRUCTION

Hull Construction:
Single piece GRP moulded hull
Sandwich construction with high density Divinycell foam core
Multiaxial glass fabric and vinylester resin laminate consolidated by infusion under pressure
Monolythic laminate construction around keel, rudder and through hull fittings
Hot galvanised steel structural frame to support keel and rig loads, glassed to hull internally.
Marine plywood structural bulkheads glassed to hull and deck
NPG based white gelcoat with blue trim line to finish topsides
Underwater hull finished in blue antifouling applied spring 2021

Deck & Superstructure Construction:
Single piece GRP moulded deck incorporating coachroof superstructure, self-draining cockpit and walk-thru transom
Sandwich construction with high density Divinycell foam core
Multiaxial glass fabric and ISO-Polyester resin laminate consolidated by infusion under pressure
Monolythic laminate construction around keel, rudder and through hull fittings
NPG based white gelcoat with blue trim line to finish deck with moulded non-slip texture panels
Laid teak panels to finish cockpit sole and seating
Keel & Rudder:
Antimony hardened lead ballast keel with fin and bulb profile
Keel-Pro patented shock absorber within forward foot of keel
Stainless steel keel bolts x12
Polyester laminate fairing around keel to hull joint.
Spade rudder hand laminated multiaxial glass construction
Alloy rudder stock
Self-Aligning needle type rudder bearings

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:
Yanmar 3JH4E
39hp @ 3000rpm
3 cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled marine diesel engine
Mechanical reversing marine gearbox with saildrive
Yanmar SD50 saildrive
Single lever morse control

Maintenance & Performance:
Engine last serviced January 2021
Cruising speed under engine 6kts

Propulsion & Steering:
Yanmar SD50 Saildrive
2 blade bronze folding propellor
Integrated GRP steering pedestal with stainless steel crash bar
Jeffa stainless steel chain and wire cable drive to quadrant
Stainless steel wheel with leather cover on rim (leather cover replaced 2019)
Emergency tiller fitting directly to rudder stock

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:
12VDC onboard power system
230VAC shore power system

Shore Power:
Single 16 amp connection
Extension lead to connect to shore supply
RCD protected system
Ring main, battery charger, water tank heater

Battery Banks:
Engine Battery ? 1x 12VDC, lead acid
Domestic Batteries ? 3x 12VDC, lead acid. Fitted new July 2020

Alternator:
Single engine driven alternator
14VDC / 80amp

Battery Monitoring:
Mastervolt Battman Life (2019)

PLUMBING

Fresh Water:
Pressurised hot and cold water system
12VDC pressure pump
Mixer tap in galley and heads
Hot water provide from calorifier, heated from engine cooling water or 230VC immersion heater

Bilge Pumps:
Manual Bilge Pump
Electric Bilge Pump

TANKAGE

Fuel:
Single diesel tank
Stainless steel construction
Approximate total capacity 150ltr

Fresh Water:
Single fresh water tank.
Stainless steel tank
Approximate capacity 260ltr

Holding Tank:
Single holding tank
Approximate capacity 55ltr
Discharging overboard or via deck suction

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

On Deck:
Radar ? Raymarine 4kw mast mounted radar scanner (2014)
Depth ? Raymarine ST60+
Speed/Log ? Raymarine ST60+
Wind ? Raymarine ST60+
Magetic Compass x2

Autopilot:
Raymarine ST6002 control head
Raymarine SmartPilot course computer
Raymarine linear drive system

Below Deck:
Plotter/Radar ? Raymarine C95 c-series display. (2014)

Communications Equipment:
DSCVHF ? Icom IC-M421 DSC VHF
AIS ? Raymarine AIS650 transceiver. (2014)

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:
Galley Stove ? ENO 2 burner and oven gas cooker, gimbal mounted.
Fridge ? Top loading fridge built-in, insulated, below worktop with Isotherm ASU system
Double stainless steel sink
Mixer tap

Heads:
Manual Jabsco marine toilet
Stainless steel wash hand basin
Mixer tap ? extending for use as shower
Heating and Ventilation:
Eberspacher diesel fired blown air system
Outlets in cabin, saloon and heads
Thermostatic cabin controller
Opening deck hatches x4
Opening portholes x2
Dorade ventilators x2

Lighting:
Overhead lighting throughout interior
Bulkhead mounted reading lights in cabin and saloon
Chart table light

Entertainment:
Radio/CD head unit
Speakers in saloon

ACCOMMODATION


Summary of Accommodation:
Double cabin forward
Saloon converting to two single berths
Nav station
Galley
Heads
Two double aft cabins

Accommodation Finish:
Interior joinery work in Khaya Mahognay, finished in a satin varnish
Traditionally built cabinetry work
Sole board of plywood with teak and holly veneer finished in a satin varnish
Headlining finished in vinyl covered ply panels with varnished mahogany trims

Description of Accommodation from Forward:

Forward Cabin:
Master cabin with double berth forward
Shelves running the length of the bunk outboard port and starboard overhead.
Storage locker beneath aft section of bunk
Storage locker above bunk forward
Standing room aft of bunk
Bench seat to port of standing area with storage locker outboard.
Hanging locker outboard to starboard of standing area

Saloon:
U-shaped settee to portside, converting to single berth (length 2.20m)
Bench settee to starboard, converting to single berth (length 1.85m)
Centrally located saloon table with folding dropleafs port and starboard, bottle storage within central section of table.
Countertops outboard of settee backs port and starboard.
Selection of lockers and bookshelves outboard overhead, port and starboard.
Storage lockers beneath settee bases and behind settee backrest cushions

Galley:
U-shaped galley to port of companionway
Double stainlesss steel sink inset to inboard forward section of worktop
Built-in, top loading, insulated fridge below forward outboard section of worktop
Gimbal mounted gas cooker mounted outboard centrally
Worktop section aft of cooker.
Selection of lockers below worktop and outboard above worktop

Nav Station:
To starboard, aft of saloon settee
Forward facing chart table with dedicated navigators seat aft of table
Chart storage within table
Selection of drawer beneat forward section of table.
Chart plotter mounted above table forward, outboard
Shops switch panel, VHF, battery monitor and heating controller outboard of chart table

Heads:
Inboard, forward facing manual marine toilet mounted aft outboard.
Wet hanging locker outboard of toilet
Countertop forward of toilet with inset stainless steel wash hand basin.
Stainless steel grab rail running around countertop
Vanity locker outboard of countertop.
Standing room inboard with shower sump.

Aft Cabins, Port and Starboard:
Symetrical aft cabins to port and starboard.
Standing room forward with storage locker outboard.
Double berths extending aft and inboard under cockpit sole.
Shelve running the length of the berth outboard overhead.

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:
Keel stepped, triple spreader fractionally rigged sloop.
Silver anodised alloy mast and spars, manufactured by Selden
Stainless steel standing rigging, fully replaced 2019
Furlex 300TD roller reefing system on forestay for genoa
Slab reefing mainsail with single line reefing system
Carbon Spinnaker pole
Alloy Spinnaker pole
Selden rod kicker
Adjustable cascading backstay (Dyneema section replaced 2016)
Lazyjacks for mainsail cover
Lines lead aft to cockpit
Lewmar mainsheet track and car system with towable cars
Lewmar genoa track and car system with towable cars
Lewmar pinstop car and track for storm jib
Spinlock rope clutches for all halyard and lines lead aft to cockpit
Jib sheets and spinnaker downhaul replaced 2019

Winches:
Primary Winches ? Lewmar 48, two-speed, self-tailing. X2
Secondary Winches ? Lewmar 46, two-speed, self-tailing x2
Halyard Winches ? Lewmar 40, two-speed, self-tailing x2
Sails:
Mainsail ? Hydranet, tri-radial cut. Partially battened, slab reefing with 3 reefs and 4th ?storm reef?. Owen Sails 2014
Blade Jib ? Hydranet with 3 vertical battens. Roller reefing. Owen Sails 2012
Blade Jib ? 350SF, cross cut with 1 vertical batten. Roller reefing with UV strip. Owen Sails 2012
Spinnaker

Canvas Work:
Mainsail Cover ? Stack pack type cover with mast boot and lazyjacks
Sprayhood

Anchoring & Mooring:
Bower Anchor ? Bruce 15kg stainless steel anchor on 45m chain rode.
Kedge Anchor ? Bruce 15kg
Anchor windlass ? Electric windlass mounted within anchor locker
Mooring Warps ? Selection
Fenders ? Selection

General:
Double stainless steel bow roller
Stainless steel pulpit rail
Split stainless steel pushpit rails with central gate section using wire and pelican hooks.
Toerail mounted stainless steel stanchions supporting double tier plastic coated guardwires
Guard wire gates port and starboard
Below deck level anchor locker with windlass mounted within locker
Genoa track and cars mounted on sides of coachroof in way of mast for use with storm job
Stainless steel grabrails running length of coachroof sides from mast aft to cockpit
Split level cockpit coaming with teak panels to finish
Primary and secondary winches mounted outboard of cockpit on coaming
Cockpit halyard and reefing winches mounted to port and starboard sides of companionway with banks for rope clutches immediately forward of winches.
Bench seating on port and starboard sides of cockpit forward.
Mainsheet spanning cockpit immediately forward of pedestal
Stainless steel grab rail over top of pedestal with plotter mounting within frame work
Seating wrapping around aft of helm with lockers beneath port and starboard quarter seats.
Central section of aft seat removable to create walk-thru transom.
Stainless steel transom mounted, folding swimming ladder.

SAFETY EQUIPMENT:

General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.

Navigation Lights:
Steaming light
Low level running lights
Anchor light

Life saving:
Liferaft ? 8 Person canister
Danbouy
Horseshoe life buoy with light
Webbing jackstays
Fire blanket


VIEWING ARRANGEMENTS
Lying, Argyll, Scotland

Available to view strictly by appointment

Office Hours Mon- Fri 0900 ? 17.00
Saturday by prior appointment

For more information or to arrange a viewing please contact us.

Please Note: Due to the varying locations of our yachts, your travel time and the distances that may be involved, we recommend that you only make arrangements to view if you are actively considering purchase.

Lead Broker: Mark Cameron
Tel: Mobile: +44 (0)7988 763254
Email: ####@grabauinternational.com


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