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Maxi 1300

Capt. Cook

  • EUR 249.000,-inkl. moms
  • ca. DKK 1.854.000,-
  • Capt. Cookbådnavn
  • 2007årgang
  • 13,10 m x 3,80 mlængde x bredde
  • 2,25 mdybgang
  • 9600 kgfortrængning
  • 3 kahytterantal kabiner
  • 7 køjerantal køjer
  • Volvo D2-55motor
  • Dieselbrændstof
  • 180 lbrændstoftank
  • 1378 hmotortimer


Italien » Sardinia


Swedish performance yacht fitted out for safe single-handed ocean sailing or cruising with family. Electric galley (no gas) and many other equipment choices increase safety and comfort.


CAPT.COOK is a very special example of the Pelle Petterson designed Maxi 1300. Not commissioned until 2010, she was fitted out for serious performance blue water cruising, at cost of well in excess of Euro 500k, CAPT.COOK is set up to cross oceans safely single-handed or with a very small crew and also compete in offshore races.

CAPT.COOK boasts many specification highlights including:-

Owner?s cabin layout with 3-cabins, 2-heads
2018 Awlgrip off-white topsides
Easy-maintenance GRP decks
Generator, inverter and solar power
Air conditioning and heating
All electric galley
Upgraded battery capacity
Larger 55hp Volvo engine option
Electric halyard winch
NKE navigation electronics
SSB systems

CAPT. COOK is now offered for sale as her owner wishes to retire from ocean sailing. Carefully maintained since new, she is EU VAT paid and conveniently located for a speedy sale in Europe.


We bought the yacht as the first owner in September 2010. In the purchase decision was important for us that the yacht has an excellent tack performance and is on all courses generally not slow, is also suitable to attend regattas, is safe in rough seas, has a good (Scandinavian) boatbuilding quality and is not a mass product and has a certain exclusivity.

The yacht was originally exhibited at the 2008 La Rochelle Boat Show. She was then placed ashore with the French Maxi Yachts dealer as a display yacht and was not launched or fully commissioned until we bought her in 2010. We then further equipped the yacht according to our specifications for worldwide sailing and to take part in trans-ocean regattas.

After taking ownership of the yacht in September 2010, we have sailed the yacht mainly either as a couple or singlehanded. Her maiden voyage was a non-stop passage from Brittany to Gran Canaria. In 2011, we sailed from the Canary Islands to Madeira, Portugal, Spain and Italy. In the following season we were in Greece, in the Adriatic and in the Mediterranean. In 2016 we participated in the ARC and sailed to the Caribbean. The following year, I sailed singlehanded back to Europe.

Each sailed day is entered in the logbook and most routes are also electronically logged with all values such as position, speed, wind direction, wind force, depth, etc.

All equipment which had to be serviced according to the manufacturer has always regularly been maintained. So the engine and the generator have been serviced every year the deck and the hull polished and waxed every second year, the watermaker always conserved after use, the electronics with batteries always renewed and so on.


The yacht is suitable for short or long-range races or for a round-the-world sailing and can operate self-sufficient several months long.
The electrical power supply is carried out in addition to the alternator with solar cells and a diesel generator. An adjustable shore connection for 230 or 110 V AC with isolating transformer is installed.
The energy consumption of the yacht is minimized, the instruments and as well also the radar has minimal consumption (1,38A !), all lamps are LEDs and the refrigerator is seawater-cooled.
The fresh water supply is made from two tanks and by means of a watermaker.
The sailed routes are logged and thus the performance data of the yacht (polar charts) can always be optimized.
The detachable second forestay and a second rail on the mast allow the setting of storm jibs or working jibs and trysail.
An also removable Facnor furling system allows the setting of gennaker or code 0 on the bowsprit or the setting of a stagnant heavy weather jib instead of the second forestay, tensioned with the 2: 1 reduced halyard.
The mainsail has three single reefs and controlled with the mainsheet, German Sheeting System + traveller and with the preventer.
The yacht is basically designed for singlehanded sailing on longer routes and has also been practiced several times by the owner. The winch on starboard has an electric drive to which all halyards and sheets can be diverted, also the reefing line of the foresail furler.
During night sailing the entire lighting in the salon and navigation area can be switched to red.
An active radar reflector and an AIS transmitter provide additional security.
A fixed built-in VHF and an SSB marine radio with a Pactor modem, coupled with e-mail traffic and weather forecasts is available for communication. The VHF radio has a manual remote control in the cockpit and a horn loudspeaker on the mast.
All flammable gases or gasoline have been removed. Cooking is via an electric cooker and microwave.
Detachable or retractable covers are available for the Mainsail and Genoa. For the protection of the sun during the journey a bimini is used, which can also be provided with covers on all sides.
Additional four covers are available for anchorages or for the stay in a marina, so that all hatches and windows and the deck are protected by the direct sunshine.
The anchor / harness consists of a stainless steel anchor and a steel chain, as well as an anchor line.
A heating system with diesel fuel and air conditioning are provided for air conditioning.
The complete documentation of the yacht, the routes recorded in log files, including a scanned logbook, as well as the port descriptions and the interesting facts from the magazines YACHT, PALSTEK, SAILING and YACHTREVUE are included on board in electronic form in PDF files.
The yacht hull is accident-free and has been maintained according to the regulations and recommendations of the manufacturers


The MAXI YACHTS brand was owned by NIMBUS YACHTS/Sweden for more than a decade. The MAXI 1300, was designed by the famous Swedish designer Pelle Petterson. Approximately 50 of these boats in total were built by NIMBUS YACHTS. This yacht is hull number 29 and was built in Sweden. The Maxi Yachts brand was then sold to Najad and after Najad became insolvent, the brand was then sold to new Polish owners.


RCD Status:
The yacht is built to CE Boat Category A-ocean

Hull Construction:
Off white (Fighting Lady Yellow) Awlgrip topsides - 2018
The hull produced by vacuum assisted infusion, with the outerskin from Vinylester and remaining laminate in iso-polyester.
Sandwich laminate made of 20mm PVC core is used throughout the hull.
Reinforcement from a mix between woven and uni-directional roving.
Solid laminate in the keel area as well as the laminate around major through hull fittings.
White topcoat on the hull in all lockers, bilges and similar exposed areas.
Striping with vinyl tape.
Moulded hull stiffening and integrated inner-liner grid.
Reinforcement from tri-axial and unidirectional glass in tophat sections.
Forward and aft the grid is glued to the hull, while laminated to the hull in the keel area.
Structural bulkheads hand laminated and bolted to hull and grid.

Deck & Superstructure Construction:
White gelcoat.
The deck is produced by vacuum assisted infusion with integrated anti-slip surfaces.
Sandwich laminate between ortho polyester, tri-axial and uni-directional roving and a 15mm PVC core in all horizontal surfaces.
Deck is glued and bolted to the hull.
White topcoat in all exposed areas.
Glove boxes in the cockpit with teak frames

Keel & Rudder:
2,25 m draft with iron cast fin bolted to a lead bulb.
Keel is bolted with AISI 316 L stainless steel bolts. Keel washers in stainless steel.
Balanced spade rudder.
Rudder blade produced by vacuum assisted infusion. Reinforcement from bi-axial and uni-directional roving.
Aluminium rudder stock and wings, which are glued to one half of the rudder before assembly.
Acetal needle bearing top and bottom.


Engine & gearbox:
Volvo Penta D2-55, 4 cylinder naturally aspirated diesel engine producing 55 HP
Volvo 130S Saildrive gearbox
Freshwater engine cooling using raw water inlet and heat exchanger.
Single lever gear/throttle control

Engine Maintenance:
Engine hours: approx. 1,378 as of July 2018

Propulsion & Steering:
Gori 3-bladed folding propeller
Lewmar Cobra Racing rack and pinion steering by a combination between rod and chain.
Twin leather covered 900 mm diam s/s wheels and friction brake.


Voltage systems:
12vDC primary domestic system with 230v AC via shorepower, generator or inverter

Battery Banks:
1x 12vDC 60Ah AGM start battery
12vDC AGM service batteries joined in parallel to supply 400Ah @ 12vDC
Mastervolt Masterlink MICC battery control system

Charging / Inverter:
Mastervolt MASS Combi battery charger with 2.5kw inverter - 2010

Paguro 3000 3kva generator
Generator hours ? approx. 367 as of July 2018

115Amp 12vDC alternator on engine to charge batteries

Offgridtec 200w solar panel

Other Electrical:
Shorepower supply with ring main and 230v AC sockets in interior
Isolating transformer
12v sockets at chart table, pantry, owner?s cabin and starboard aft cabin.
Circuit breakers with automatic fuses and indicator lamps for all individual circuits.


Fresh Water:
12vDC pressure system
Hot water supplied via engine cooling with approx. 40 litre Isotherm calorifier with expansion tank or via 230vAC immersion heater element from shore power or generator
Hot & cold pressurised water to galley, heads and shower

Katadyn PS40E PowerSurvivor 12vDC watermaker ? 5.7 litre per hour output

Bilge Pumps:
3x electrical bilge pumps
1x manual bilge pump

Other Plumbing:
All through hull fittings close to waterline and below have shut-off ball valves.
All hoses are attached to through hulls with double stainless steel hose clamps.


180 litres diesel capacity in stainless steel tank
Fuel level indicator on instrument panel

Fresh Water:
Approx. 320 litres fresh water capacity in 2x stainless steel tanks
Water level indicator on instrument panel

Holding Tanks:
2x 44 litre stainless steel holding tanks
Holding tank level indicator

Simard/Navico BR24 Broadband radar - 2010
NKE Giropilot 2 autopilot system with linear drive and radio remote control handset
NKE depth transducer, ultrasonic speed transducer, regatta electronic compass, barometer and wind transducers
NKE multigraphic displays
Furuno GP32 GPS
Truheading CTRX Class-B AIS transponder
Silva 125F steering compass at aft end of cockpit table

Communications Equipment:
Icom M505 VHF with DSC
Icom HM162E handset for cockpit
Icom M802 SSB ? 2010
SCS PTC-II Pro modem for SSB - 2010


Twin stainless steel sinks with single lever mixing tap.
Saltwater pump at galley
Techimpex Horizon 2 2-burner 230vAC electric gimballed stove with oven and grill
Bosch microwave oven
Isotherm 92 litre refrigerator/freezer, seawater cooled

Large size toilet bowl. Manual pump.
Heads shower with automatic temperature control and electric pump out

Heating & Ventilation:
Dometic MCS5 5,000BTU air-conditioning system
Eberspacher Airtronic 5 diesel heating system
Ventilation consisting of opening skylights and opening portlights

White and red LED lights


Summary of Accommodation:
Aft cockpit layout with three double cabins plus one further saloon settee berth. Two heads with showers.

Accommodation Finish:
Interior in mahogany, varnished to a satin finish.
Red fabric upholstery
Oak flooring

Accommodation Layout from Forward:

Owner?s Cabin:
Hull cladding in ribbed beech plywood.
Blinds for 20? skylight.
Headliner from moulded GRP and detachable panels dressed in vinyl.
Storage in hanging lockers, chest of drawers and lockers along hull sides.

Forward Heads:
Shower sump w/ discharge pump.
Countertop and sink in composite of natural minerals and acrylic polymer.
Laminate seat over toilet bowl.
Separate shower with semi-transparent acrylic door.
Detachable floor section in ribbed teak.

1 set of cushions for starboard couch and 1x set of cushions for movable couch.
Saloon table with bottle storage.
Blinds for fixed side windows.
Curtain on s/s pipe.
Detachable panels in headliner from GRP.

Worktop in composite of natural minerals and acrylic polymer.
Stainless steel double sink.
Top loaded fridge

Navigation Station:
Seat cushion.
Chart table w/ wooden trims.
Separate compartment in navigation table.

Aft Heads:
Shower sump w/ discharge pump.
Wet locker.
Countertop and sink in composite of natural minerals and acrylic polymer.
Detachable floor section in ribbed teak.

Port Aft Cabin:
Seat w/ cushion.
Storage in hanging locker, locker w/shelves and lockers along hull side.
Hull sides dressed in a combination between ribbed mahogany plywood and vinyl.
Headliner from moulded GRP.
Curtains for portlights on s/s pipes.

Starboard Aft Cabin:
Sea berth adjustable w/ rope & tackle. Fold-away twin berth.
Seat w/ cushion.
Storage in hanging locker and locker w/shelves.
Hull sides dressed in vinyl.
Headliner from moulded GRP.
Curtains for portlights on s/s pipes.
3x hatches fore access to engine and installations


Selden spars
Mast is fractionally rigged with a keel stepped mast base and a tapered top section. Tube produced from silver anodised aluminium.
2 sets of anodised aluminium aerofoil sectioned spreaders with spreader brackets. Sweep angle
Silver anodised aluminium alloy boom. Internal purchase for outhaul.
3 single line reefs.
Track on mast for trysail
Track on mast for spinnaker pole
Vang Rod kicker w/ gas strut
Discontinuous stainless steel Dy-form wire-rigging. Stud-toggle rigging screws. Chainplates connected to base plates with rod links. ? 2007
Furlex 300S TD genoa furler
Backstay with bridle
Gybe preventer
Lewmar deck gear
Spinlock jammers
Lewmar NTR traveller for mainsheet
German mainsheet system
Bowsprit for Code 0 or for gennaker with furler
Dyneema halyards
Dyneema inner forestay halyard 2:1 for setting jibs

2x Lewmar 54CST 2-speed manual self-tailing primary winches
1x Lewmar 46CST 2-speed electric self-tailing main halyard winch
1x Lewmar 46CST 2-speed manual self-tailing main halyard winch
2x Lewmar 46CST 2-speed manual self-tailing mainsheet winches

North Sails DC Mylar 51.8sqm mainsail ? 2010
Elvstrom Membrane Black Technora/Dyneema 38,9sqm furling genoa -2017
North Sails 8,1sqm storm jib - 2010
North Sails 115sqm gennaker - 2010

Companionway door in teak additionally reinforced against wave ingress
Aluminium toe rail.
Guard rail.
Gate at stern
Stern boarding ladder
Deck shower

Anchoring & Mooring:
Lewmar V3 12vDC reversing electric anchor windlass
Stainless steel anchor with 40m of 8mm chain and 40m of 16mm warp
Mooring and spring cleats
Fore and aft mooring lines

Covers, Cushions & Canvas:
Canvas sprayhood with stainless steel tubing. Hide covered handle on aft edge of sprayhood.
Cockpit cushions
Hatch covers
Wheel covers
Winch covers
Stackpack system with lazyjacks
Genoa cover


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.

Life saving:
Flare pack
Plastimo IOR danbuoy
Lifesling with light
Lifebuoy with light
Echomax active radar reflector
Seadoc medical kit

Lying cruising, Sardinia

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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.

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