63ft live aboard sailing yacht for sale.
This unique blue water Motor sailer was originally a 63ft vessel. With the stern extension/fishing platform added in 2014, she is now 67ft LOA. She is a fine sea going vessel. She was designed for world travel and being self sufficient at sea for months at a time. Mo?Chuisle was also designed to function economically. She has a draft of 5ft 3in with the centerboard up and approximately 10ft with it down. She travels at aprox 7.3 Knots @1650rpm. She fuel economy is aprox 3 miles to the gallon giving her an estimated range of 3800 miles in ideal conditions.Her layout was designed through an accumulation of knowledge of a person having over 40 years experience living aboard, working and traveling on the sea. A lot of her features are not available on production model boats. Use of proven systems and quality parts have made her up-keep and maintenance, as easy and inexpensive as possible. Her interior design favors comfort and open living space, trending away from traditional chopped up, cramped, dark living areas many sailboats tend to have. Large skylights in the deck have made the interior bright and well lit naturally during the day.
The Pilothouse The Pilothouse is a real asset to Mo’Chuisle. It has 15 windows, 6 of which drop to open for ventilation and a full size opening door. It provides comfort and safety out of the wind and weather, as well as a 360 degree view from the inside. A good place to dine, breakfast, lounge, and socialize, or just hunker down when the weather is unpleasant.
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There is a teak cup-rack, a Microwave, and a Force 10 3-burner Propane Stove There is a 120v fridge / freezer equipped with a cold water dispenser and an automatic ice maker. There is a large SS double sink, with a commercial SS faucet and sprayer assembly. There are 13 standard drawers, 9 cupboards, 6 slide out drawers Wine glass rack, knife holder, and cooling shelf. and a corner slide out garbage bin, built to fit the standard white 49lt rubbish bags. All cupboards have touch catches. The door in the galley is access to :
The Engine Room
Entrance to the engine room is gained through the galley. There is a 2ft X 4ft work bench with an aluminum top for easy cleanup. The work bench is equipped with a 4” vice and an 8” four-speed drill press. It has two drawers on sliders below, for tool storage. There is a rack of 10 plastic parts tray/boxes just inside the door. They have been the envy of every boater that has seen them! Above this rack is a Hurricane Hydronic Diesel fired hot water heating system. Above the work bench are two 8” opening port holes.The water maker control panel is at the back of the work bench and there are 4 water system filters (one with a UV Light). These are easily accessed on the left side. The fresh water pump and valve system are mounted in the corner.On the starboard side as you enter the engine room, there is the main electrical panel and breakers. Aft of this panel is a door/escape hatch giving access to the pilot house.Below the floor as you enter is the water-maker, accessed though two lifting hatches.Directly aft as you enter, below the work bench is the Northern Lights 6KW generator cupboard. Above which is the generator control panel and the shore-power isolation transformer. To the left is another rack of 4 plastic parts tray/boxes then a cupboard for spare belts. On the starboard wall are two Heart Freedom 2500 watt inverters, next to them forward is a Dry-Zones dehumidifying system. In the center is the main engine box. Above which on the forward bulkhead there is a Dual Racor 1000FGX filter system, a Purifiner TF 24P oil management system, a Monarch BE-S33 waste discharge pump and a Walbro diesel pulse pump, for priming the main filters and fuel system.
The main saloon has two sofa coches one to each side, they can be used as full size berths. There are storage drawers beneath each and additional storage behind the seat backs. both seats have a good viewing angle to the 40" TV.
The floors is laid to teak, a further centralised floor locker gives you a good wine cellar in the keel.
aft of the starboard sofa berth you find the
Chart Table Desk
This is five feet long and houses the computer DVD player and the tilt and move mount for the TV. this space is perfect for planning live afloat and is in addition to the work space up top in the pilot house.
The computer hard drive and printer are stowed away leaving only the keyboard and monitor on show.
Master Cabin Stateroom
The master stateroom has a queen sized bed across the aft end. This has made it easy to switch ends depending on the list of the vessel. It has a hotel quality standard-queen mattress. There are 2 storage compartments at each end of the bed and lockers beneath it. There is a good sized hanging locker for clothes, plus 8 cupboards and 5 drawers. In the bathroom there are an additional 6 cupboards. There is a step/seat to access the bed with a shoe locker under it. The master stateroom has has a ventilation/escape hatch in the deck head by the door, and two bronze 8”X 14” opening port lights in the aft bulkhead. There are six 9”x 22” fixed port lights, with 3/8” tempered glass. The two in the bathroom have been opaqued for privacy.The master bathroom has a full sized soaker tub, a vanity sink and an electric fresh water toilet.
Mid Ship Cabin
The mid-ship cabin has two single bunks.They have curtains to provide some privacy.There are 4 cupboards beneath the bunks, two large lockers under the floor and 4 more cupboards opposite the bunks. These provide ample storage for guests using this cabin. There are two opening port lights in the upper bunk for ventilation.Each bunk has a reading light and fan.There are doors at each end of the cabin/hallway which can be closed for privacy.These bunks are popular at sea.
The forward cabin has a large V-berth and a single bunk. The V-berth is good for couples and the single is often use for storage. There is a large opening skylight/escape hatch through the deck which has tinted 3/8” Plexiglas. There are 2 - 8”X14” bronze port lights in the hull. There are 12v Camfro fans for each bunk. There are is a book shelf along the V-berth. This Cabin has 10 cupboards for storage and 1 for hanging clothes.There is easy access through the floor to the hydraulic bow-thruster. Under the V-berth there is ample storage for luggage and such. The forward cabin has a hot water cabin heater with its own control thermostat. This cabin has it’s own bathroom with sink and fresh water toilet. The bathroom also has an 8” port hole for ventilation.
Rigging and Sails
The standing rigging consists of two aluminum masts. Both masts are painted with two part poly-urethane paint. The main mast is a single extrusion, 8” x 11” x 3/16” aluminum oval tube. It has welded on mast steps all the way to the top for easy of climbing. There are two sets of spreaders, the lower ones hold the tops of the stabilizer poles. The fittings, wires and chain plates are 316 stainless steel with bronze and SS turnbuckles. The mast is deck stepped, and sits in a 316 SS deck pad. This is supported by an aluminum compression post inside the vessel, mounted on the keel.The aft stays are two wires running to a 4”x4” aluminum square tube spreader, which is designed to keep the wires out of the walking areas alongside the pil....
|Length at Waterline:||58' 5"|
|Min Draft:||5' 0"|
|Total Engine Power:||114 hp|
|Propeller Type:||3 Blade|
|Fuel Capacity:||4 X 1200 L|
|Holding Tank Capacity:||1 X 510 L|
|Water Capacity:||4 X 450 L|
|Cruising Speed:||8 knots|