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Superior 54
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Superior 54
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Start Bid $360,000.00 [ Convert ]
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Location : 00, Aberdeen img
Country : Malaysia
Time Left : 32 days, 23h 9m
Start Time : 11 Jun. 2017 01:03:31
End Time : 24 Nov. 2017 00:03:31
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Offer Range: From $320,000.00 To $395,000.00
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Registered since
01 Sep. 2010

in Hong Kong
 


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The primary design goal was to develop an attractive and fast cat with large accommodations incorporating a conventional mid-ships deck house. As seen in the accommodation plan, the deck house is devoted to the galley, navigation station and lounging areas. There is a maximum of 6'8" headroom within the deck house which tapers to about 6' around the edges. Large windows are located all around the perimeter of the cabin so it will always have an open feel. The forward windows open for ample ventilation.
Vessel Information
Vessel Name Silkie Designer Peninsula Boatshop
Vessel Type Catermaran Vessel Condition Good
Brand Other... Builder Chris White Designs
Model Superior 54 Year Constructed 1992
HIN# Year Refitted
Port of Registry TBC Registration #
Tax Status Tax Not Applicable    
Vessel Details
Length Over All 54 Feet Maximum Draft 28 Feet
Length At Waterline 50 Feet Shallow Draft
Beam 28.3 Feet Air Draft 64 Feet
Cabins and Berths
Total Guests 6 Cabins 3
Total Berths Heads 3
Single Berths Crewberths
Double Berths 3 Crewcabins
Extra Berths    
Engines
No. of Engines 2 Fuel Type Diesel
Engine Model Yanmar 4JHE3 Consumption
Engine Power 54  Horsepower Range  NM @     Knots
Port Engine   Hours
  Date dd/mm/yyyy
Drive Type Sail Drive
Starboard Engine  Hours
 Date dd/mm/yyyy
Cruising Speed 8 Knots
    Maximum Speed 10.5 Knots
Hull Details
Hull Type Round Bilge Displacement 21 Metric Tons
Keel Type Daggerboard Keel Dry Weight
Hull Material Composite Deadrise
Fuel, Water and Holding Tank Capacities
Fuel Tank Capacity 130 Gallons Holding Tank Capacity 50 Gallons
Water Tank Capacity 90 Gallons    
Construction Equipment [Engines, Machinery, Electrical & Other
Hulls are epoxy/S-glass sandwich with western red cedar core. Decks and deck house are constructed from epoxy resin and unidirectional-carbon fiber/fiberglass laminate cored with Duracore. All exterior surfaces are spray painted with AwlGrip polyurethane coating. The hull and decks are Egg Shell White. Twin Yanmar 4jhe3 (56 HP) diesel engines. Port new 2001. Starboard new 2002. SD50 sail drives, new 2008 Dual instrument panels with tachometer, engine monitoring lights, alarms, oil pressure and temperatures gauges. Separate engine hour meters. Primary and secondary Racor fuel filters. Gulf Coast fuel polishing system with electric pump. Fuel transfer system between hulls Gulf Coast by pass oil filters in addition to primaries Dual single lever engine controls mounted at the cockpit helm station Propellers are three bladed folding 18x15 Flex-O-Fold(2006) Rudder blades are carbon fiber composite, high performance hydrofoil section with carbon fiber rudder stocks turning in low friction bushings Hydraulic steering with SS destroyer type wheel. (pump replaced in 2008) Air Conditioning 16,000 BTU Cruise Air Reverse Cycle Air Conditioning/heating (2006)
Accomodation Galley
Queen sized berths amidships in port and starboard hull with seat/step to berths and storage lockers below. Queen sized berth aft port hull. Each stateroom has vanity and sink with hot and cold water. Laminate counter tops (2) Deep residential stainless steel sinks with hot/cold pressure water Force 10 3-burner propane stove/oven/broiler (2008) Microwave oven Propane storage bottle (1 aluminum 20 lb) in self-venting compartment with (with spares) located in cockpit, vented to the outside. Electric solenoid on/off control and sniffer. Dometic air-cooled refrigerator/freezer (2007). Manual fresh water pump. Separate filtered fresh water faucet. Spectra Newport 14 gph water maker 24v (2006).
Navigation Equipment Sails & Spars
(2) WH autopilots with inside and remote control for steering station. Uses isolated flux gate compass and includes port and starboard rudder angle indicators with rudder alignment circuits. The second unit is an AP2; was added in 2006. Dual pumps and fluxgate compasses. Furuno GP-32 GPS connected to the Icom DSC VHF and SSB radios and the Pactor modem (new 2006) Furuno10 inch C-Map chartplotter with 4kw radar (new 2006) (located at helm station) C-map charts (USA to Thailand). Icom M602 VHF radio (new 2006) at the helm station with Command mike at the navigation station. Icom M502 VHF radio (new 2006) at the navigation station. Icom 802 SSB radio (new 2006) at the navigation station with rigging type antenna on starboard side (wire inside double braid), Icom automatic antenna tuner. Pactor USB modem, connected to the ship computer for email. Shine Micro Class B AIS transponder w/GPS, connected to chartplotter, with dedicated whip tuned whip antenna. Radar Plus receive only AIS unit as a backup to the transponder, sharing a VHF antenna. Furuno tri-data (depth, speed, temp) instrument in port hull connected to the chartplotter. Nexus depth and speed instruments in starboard hull with displays at helm and navigation station. Nexus wind instruments with displays at helm and navigation station. Dedicated 12v navigation PC computer at navigation station, 14 inch monitor, USB hub, running MaxSea software. HP inject printer. WiFi hub with dedicated outside antenna. Tivoli stereo with (4) Bose speakers and CD player, satellite receiver (Serius) with external antenna. External Iridium satellite antenna with feed to navigation station. Weems and Platt electronic barometer. TV/DVD, 20 inch wall mounted, located in main cabin. Standing Rigging: All 1x19 SS wire with Norseman terminals. New 2002 Running Rigging: Spectra 2:1 main halyard, Spectra jib and spinnaker halyards Sta-Set Dacron sheets and control lines. Running backstays for reduced staysail luff sag in strong winds. Genoa Roller Furling: Profurl (LC-42) furler with reefing lines led to cockpit mounted clutches adjacent to winch (2002). Jib Roller Furling: Profurl (NC-42) furler with reefing line led to cockpit-mounted clutch adjacent to winch (2002) Sails: Main, Genoa and Jib are from Quantum, all new 2002. Tri-radial construction main, genoa and staysail jib are built from Cruiselam laminate fabric. Mainsail cover in Sunbrellafabric, attached lazy jack system. Small removable screecher added in 2008 with Profurlfurler. Larger removable screecher added in 2009 also using the same Profurlfurler.
Recreation Facilities (Toys) Safety Equipment
Caribe 11 ft rigid bottom inflatable with Yamaha 15 hp (2004) Dingy Chocks on aft beam. (4) life jackets, adult size ACR 406 mg Hz EPIRB beacon (2006) (4)fire extinguishers Two Halon automatic engine room fire extinguishers Lifesling, man overboard life ring and pole MOM-8 automatic man overboard system Para-Tech sea anchor with 600 feet nylon rode. Bell Horn Flares Emergency Tiller Viking 6 person life raft (new 2006)
Certification / Classification Other
The engines are behind full length watertight bulkheads keeping smells and fumes out of the accommodation area. There is excellent access to all parts of the engine for service. Fuel tanks have large inspection ports and excellent filtering. Standard construction is strip plank composite. The hulls utilize western red cedar core and uni-directional S-glass/epoxy skins. The wing deck and cabin is composed of DuraKore with hybrid glass/carbon skins. Selective reinforcement with uni-carbon fiber is used in the crossbeams and other components. Additional watertight bulkheads forward provide three separate compartments in each hull. In addition the bows are foam filled for additional collision protection.
Seller Disclaimer for Particulars
The Company 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.


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During the purchasing stage we do have a dedicated team on hand who are available to answer and assist you with any questions along the way to make sure you are fully informed and comfortable with each step, we can offer guidance to make your purchase much easier, please don't hesitate to email us with your questions at support@marineauctions.net.

The Winning Bidder - Purchase Process

At the end of the auction the winning bidder will be contacted directly by a member of the marine auctions team and via email.

Step One:
Deposit; once this has been confirmed in our Escrow account then you will have full access to the vessel, to carry out any required non invasive due diligence checks, this does include the sea trail and the survey if you wish to.

Step Two:
Preparation; we suggest at this early stage the auction winner pre books any required contractors or companies who you wish to instruct to assist the winner with due diligence checks, Surveyor, engine checks, class certification and others as you see fit. (A surveyor will general take care of all the above points but worth checking this if a broker is not involved)

Remember while carrying out any preparation plans is to check tides and availability of any required contactors or companies to make sure everyone can carry out their work in a timely manner.

Step Three:
Personal inspection / Sea trail / Survey; once the winner or the winners representative are ready to view the vessel, and the surveyor is available, the tides are right and all the associated arrangements to carry out a sea trail and to haul the boat are also done, then it's time to visit the vessel. (Arranging a surveyor early on is fine. When you see the vessel for the first time and it does not weigh up at all and the winner wishes to withdraw from the purchase they can, it is not common but it does happen when vessels are not represented correctly. The winner can ask for the survey to stop at any time, in most cases there is no fee charged. Please do take photos to ensure a full deposit refund)

1. Preparations for the sea trail and moving the vessel to a haul out facility; this is the seller's responsibility to make the vessel available for you to carry out any checks you see fit. He will appoint a captain for the vessel and by mutual agreement, dates and times will be set for this to take place. We do suggest only one sea trial takes place while the surveyor is present and we suggest also it is to be done on the day of haul out if possible.

2. Hauling out for hull and under water checks; this is arranged by the buyer and at the buyers cost, your appointed surveyor can assist if you are unsure of the best location ect.

Step Four:
Completion of sea trail and survey; once the winner has completed the sea trail and had a chance to read over the survey report and asked any questions which you needed clarification on. Now the winner can complete the purchase.

a. If the sea trail and the survey have not raised any major concerns then you will complete the purchase at the stated figure and as per the dates set out in the MOA contract.

b. If during the survey or the sea trail a major concern was raise then, you can re-negotiate, come to a mutual agreement with the seller or cancel the purchase agreement and be refunded your deposit.

Step Five:
Financial checks; it is strongly suggested that the winner also double checks everything to make sure no monies are owned on the vessel even if a broker is involved with the sale, with the marina (if applicable) that the vessel you are about to purchase does not have any outstanding accounts. If so make a written notice to the seller and in this confirm the official hand over date and ask the marina to raise an invoice to this date, explain to the seller you will advance this payment to confirm this is settled. Most marinas will also be aware of other debts owing on a vessels, make sure these are paid and settled before the final fund transaction is settled with the seller.

NB. Debts do not stay with an owner of a vessel; they remain with the vessel so this is a very important part of any vessel sale. Brokers are aware of the pitfalls here and will generally carry out a very meticulous back ground checks through their own networks.

Step Six:
Final transfer of ownership and funds; this is the last step in the purchase process, the winner will require several main documents here to complete the purchase, each of these documents do require original signatures from the seller and the buyer. The main document is called a BILL OF SALE. The broker will control this document if one is appointed; if not Marine Auctions.net will release a BILL OF SALE to a mutual 3rd party recognized professional; special conditions apply so please enquire.
Once all the documents are with a 3rd party 'then and only then' you are clear to make the final transaction to the seller's account, at this point of time all associated costs relating to the vessel become the winners responsibility. This must take place on the specified date of completion as stated in the MOA contract. If for any reason this date needs to be extended then it must be agreed by both the seller and buyer, signed off on a MOA~ADDENDUM TWO document explaining the reason for this extension and attached to the MOA contract.

Required original documents
MOA contract (2 x 1 seller, 1 buyer)
Bill of Sale, signed by seller and buyer (2 x 1 seller, 1 buyer)
Invoice for the total purchase amount
Deletion certificate for current registration (*If applicable)

Required document copies
Copy of the completed MOA for **3rd party records
Copy of completed Bill of Sale for **3rd party records
Copy of sellers passport copy with an original signature
Copy of sellers current registration certificate
Proof of deletion certificate being obtained (*if applicable)

NB. For vessels under company ownership, it is suggested that a broker is involved with this change of ownership, there are several options that can save time and money for both the seller and buyer which will vary for each location and situation.

If you are uncertain about any of the above inforamtion, please conact us at marine auctions.



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