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Nautitech 46 Open

Hamble, GB

£550,000

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2019 Nautitech 46 Open

A unique opportunity to begin your sailing adventures on the Nautitech 46 Open. In the 2019 layout, this young boat is now available with everything you need to get sailing.

Having recently returned from an Atlantic trip ‘Our Time’ is a young N46 Open which has been prepared for ocean crossings by the current owners. The 3 cabin layout give a comfortable and spacious ‘owner’s hull’ to port with a double bed, large amounts of storage and a well appointed shower room with separate heads. Also on offer is ample accommodation on the starboard hull, in two double cabins each with an ensuite heads and shower. Convening in a sociable and open saloon and galley, leading out through large glass sliding doors to the cockpit.

The Open version of this successful cruising catamaran features twin helms aft, a superb viewpoint for ocean sailing, with the advantage of being on the same level as the galley and your family in the cockpit.

The B&G electronics throughout give you the best of sailing navigation and data as well as easy control of the autopilot system either through the Zeus screens or the dedicated autopilot remotes at each helm station.

Having been frequently sailed single or double-handed ‘Our Time’ benefits from an electric winch to starboard allowing you to easily control the main halyard, jib sheet and reef lines from your primary helm station. A unique addition to this N46 is the installation of dual manual throttles controlled by a changeover switch. This gives you the ability to easily dock with a position on both port and starboard.

With a mainsail of 76m2, self-tacking jib area of 38m2 as well as the addition of a 2021 90m2 gennaker flown from the lowerable bowsprit, the amazing sailing performance of the Nautitech Catamarans is clear.

Available to view afloat in Hamble by appointment with Key Yachting

Specifications

Basic Boat Info

Tax Status:
Paid
Boat Name:
#109 'Our Time'
Make:
Nautitech
Model:
46 Open
Year:
2019
Condition:
Used
Category:
Sail
Construction:
Fiberglass
Keel Type:
Other

Engines / Speed

Number of Engines:
2
Total Engine Power:
100 hp
Fuel:
diesel
Type:
Inboard
Power:
50 horsepower
Fuel:
diesel
Type:
Inboard
Power:
50 horsepower

Tanks

Number of Water Tanks:
2
Water Tank Capacity:
300 liter
Number of Fuel Tanks:
2
Fuel Tank Capacity:
300 liter

Dimensions

Length:
45.24 ft / 13.79 m
Length Overall:
45.24 ft
Beam:
24.74 ft
Max Draft:
4.76 ft
Dry Weight:
23,809.92 lb

Additional Info

Construction
  • Fibreglass and polyester sandwich infused deck and hull
  • Hull and deck in white gelcoat, with gold hull stripe and dark grey coachroof 
  • Copper coat antifouling
  • 2x 50hp VOLVO D2-50 one per hull, in soundproof compartments 
  • Manual throttles to both helm stations with changeover switch at 
  • 3 blade folding props
  • Foam core stub keels
  • Hull windows in each cabin and heads, with opening portlights
  • 2x 300L freshwater tanks
  • 1x 65L & 1x 85L holding tank
  • Electric bilge pumps in each hull and electric bilge pumps in each engine compartment
  • Manual bilge pump in each hull with changeover valve to corresponding engine compartment
  • High capacity water pump (for World Arc compliance) 
  • 60L warm water boiler (via engine-cooling and shorepower)
  • Fresh water pump (+ additional pump- not connected)
  • 6 standard mooring cleats 
  • Stainless steel lowering davit system
Rigging and Deck Gear
  • Aluminium anodised deck stepped mast, with two spreaders sets
  • Aluminium anodised boom
  • 2x Lewmar Evo aluminium 2 gear, self-tailing winches
  • 1x Lewmar electric winch to starboard (for main halyard, jib sheet and reefing)
  • Mainsheet traveller on coachroof
  • Lowering bowsprit with tackline, dyneema gennaker halyard and deckgear
  • Self tacking jib on furler
  • Anodised aluminum forward beam with integrated anchor roller
  • 25kg galvanized Delta anchor with 70m chain
  • 30kg Spade anchor
  • Electric 1500W anchor windlass with wired remote and chaincounter at starboard helm station
  • Blocks and clutches installed for use with a Parasailor (not including sail)
  • Hydrovane wind steering device
Exterior
  • Large cockpit enclosure with opening sections
  • Cushions for cockpit in light grey 
  • GRP 10 person cockpit table
  • Hot and cold cockpit shower on starboard transom
  • Cockpit fridge 65L
  • 110L seawater-cooled chest freezer in cockpit locker
  • Dedicated liferaft locker aft
  • Foldable swimming ladder 
  • Port and starboard helm stations with raised instrument pods, compass and helm seats upholstered in light grey
  • Protective covers for helm seats
  • Leather covered stainless steel steering wheels
  • Stainless steel handrails on coachroof
  • 2 large foredeck lockers (forward of the mast)
  • 2 large bow lockers
  • 'Front-deck lounge' with removable cushions, pop-up lights and teak covered drinks storage
  • Permateak flooring to cockpit and aft steps
Interior
  • Double sliding glass doors 
  • Walnut finish interior woodwork, leather covered handrails and mast pillar, leather look top to chart table and other surfaces
  • L-shaped saloon sofa
  • Starboard facing sit down chart table 
  • Spacious C-shaped galley with Bosch 4 burner gas stove, Airlux gas oven, 85 L top loading fridge, double sink and HPL compact white worktop r stainless steel
  • 182L 2 drawer fridge
  • Access to owners cabin through sliding door
  • 12V 55 L freezer in port hull
  • Owners cabin to port; double bed with storage drawer beneath, working area (desk with seat), 3 large hanging lockers
  • Owners heads- sink with mixer tap, manual pump toilet and opening portlights 
  • Separate shower room with enclosed shower, double sink and storage
  • 2 guest cabins to starboard with double berth, under bed storage, lockers and shelves for storage
  • Each guest cabin has an en suite heads with manual pump toilet, shower, opening portlights and deck hatches
  • Blinds for hull windows and screens for deck hatches
Sails
  • Fully battened mainsail with 3 reef lines
  • Self-tacking Solent dacron jib with UV protection strip
  • 90m² Gennaker (2021)
  • Lazy-bag system

 

 

 

 

Electrical Systems
  • 3x 12V/140Ah Exide Dual AGM service batteries
  • 2x 12V/90Ah gel engine starter batteries
  • 40Ah Cristec 12V battery charger
  • 3kW inverter
  • Galvanic isolators in each hull
  • 12V and 230V electrical panel
  • 12V sockets in each cabin and saloon
  • 1.2kW flexible solar panels mounted on coachroof with MPPT's 
  • LED courtesy lights in cockpit and aft deck
  • LED navigation and anchor lights
  • 12V LED reading lights in all cabins
  • Masthead tricolour light
  • Suitcase generator (petrol powered)
  • Watermaker 
Electronics
  • B&G Triton displays at each helm with wind, speed and depth transducers
  • 9" B&G Zeus chartplotter at each helm
  • 12" B&G Zeus chartplotter at chart table 
  • B&G Autopilot with control units at both helm
  • B&G V60 VHF including antenna
  • AIS receiver and transceiver 
  • B&G H60 wireless VHF unit at starboard helm
  • NMEA connectors for PC at chart table
  • B&G Forward scan Sonar (transducer)
  • Fusion stereo system with internal and external speakers
  • Radar reflector Echomax EM230 mounted on mast
  • B&G Halo 24 Radar
  • MF/HF SSB radio
  • IridiumGo Satellite phone and external antenna
Safety Gear and Additional Equipment
  • 6 man Ocean liferaft (24hr) 
  • Grab bags
  • EPRIB
  • Offshore flare pack
  • Anchor ball and motoring cone
  • 2kg powder fire extinguishers and compact fire blanket
  • Throwing line with holder
  • Series Drogue with dyneema lines
  • Horseshoe buoy
  • 3 Spinlock deckvests with personal locator beacon and mob1AIS
  • Emergency tiller
  • Tender with 9.9hp outboard 
  • Handheld VHF
  • Custom platform in stbd engine compartment for folding bike storage
  • Mooring lines
  • Fenders with fender socks
Disclaimer
This company, acting as brokers on behalf of the selling owner, who is a private individual. Offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.