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  • Yacht Details 71' Hakvoort 1990
  • Location Puerto Vallarta, Mexico
  • Engines Cummins
  • Days on MarketInquire
  • Last UpdatedJul 28, 2020
  • Asking Price$745,000
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Pelagial Yacht Description

PELAGIAL is an extremely well built, recently upgraded 'pocket explorer' that boasts an impressive range of 3,000nm which is extremely impressive considering she is 70ft. 

The current owner purchased her in 2015 and has done extensive upgrades such as full repaint of hull & superstructure at Driscolls in San Diego with new blue hull color, her Cummins N85M engines were  rebuilt in October 2019 along with new exhaust system, in February 2020 her Naiad stabilizers were upgraded and in March 2020 her entire air conditioning system serviced. 

Prior to her paint work being completed all steel plate work of the hull, bow, chain locker was replaced where needed and finished with new paint & complete new bottom job.

She represents excellent value especially considering the top pedigree that one associates with the Hakvoort brand. 

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Engine(s)



  • Make Cummins
  • Model N85M
  • Fuel Diesel
  • Hours 13200
  • Type Inboard
  • Drive Type

Specifications

  • Cruising Speed: 9 kn
  • Maximum Speed: 10 kn
  • Beam: 18'
  • Hull Material: Steel
  • Fuel Tank: 1 x 3492|gallon
  • Fresh Water: 1 x 1500|gallon
  • Holding: 1 x 125|gallon
  • Single Berths: 4
  • Double Berths: 2
  • Cabins: 4
  • Heads: 4

Overview


PELAGIAL is a long range transoceanic yacht built by the renowned Hakvoort Shipyard in Holland. Ruggedly built in the Dutch tradition with a steel hull coupled by a common joint weld bond to the aluminum superstructure.

In 1996 the yacht was returned to the Hakvoort Yard for a major refit, including lengthening the structure 8 feet amidships and improving many of the systems, including new generators and a fuel polishing system as well as upgraded plumbing, wiring and much more.

PELAGIAL has had only three owners and has always enjoyed the care and maintenance of professional captains.

The current owner purchased her in 2015 and has done extensive upgrades such as full repaint of hull & superstructure at Driscolls in San Diego with new blue hull color, her Cummins N85M engines were rebuilt in October 2019 along with new exhaust system, in February 2020 her Naiad stabilizers were upgraded and in March 2020 her entire air conditioning system serviced.

Prior to her paint work being completed all necessary steel plate work on the hull, bow, chain locker was replaced where needed and finished with new paint & complete bottom job.

She represents excellent value especially considering the top pedigree that one associates with the Hakvoort brand.

With generous storage, high volume refrigerator and freezer capacity and a huge assortment of spare parts on board, PELAGIAL is ready for her next adventure.

Recent Upgrades


Teak removal from the flybridge and replacement with non-skidding floor. Shelter Island Marina

New paint, including oxide removal, gelcoat, primer, and paint on the hull and the superstructure.

Steel plate substitution at bow and corrosion elimination throughout the hull

Replacement of the engines’ exhaust system, including original rubber joints and heat shield

Mechanic service to the engines, pumps, filters, etc.

Battery bank relocation from the cargo hold to the engine room and substitution of the 2 vdc batteries to 12 vdc batteries.

Granite countertop installation at the galley and substitution of the gas stove for a Wolf induction range.

Replacement of washer and dryer for a single unit and Installation of a Subzero under-the-counter beverage cooler and a Subzero wine cellar for 24 bottles.

Wood boards used to frame washer/dryer, cooler and wine cellar Are the original boards used in the carpentry of the entire boat.

Flybridge monitor installation for radar display.

Bow (chain) locker repair.

Hull and bottom paint

Engines re-power at 13200 hs.

New Naiad stabilizer seals & potentiometers.

Maintenance of A/C blowers compressors (7 units)

Other minor repairs, maintenance (such as bottom painting, exterior wood varnishing) and improvements have been made over time, and maintenance on the usual ware and tare is constant, diligent and consistently logged. The idea of this list was to give you an idea of major overhauls made in dry dock marinas since we acquired Pelagial, and we consider an integral part of her overall value.

Main Deck


Boarding PELAGIAL is easy through port and starboard gates in the bulwarks amidships or aft via the swim platform stairwell. The exterior main decks and upper decks are covered in white epoxy finish (shown in the videos) featuring a complete walkaround and are complimented by a Portuguese Bridge railing forward of the wheelhouse with gate access to the foredeck and anchor windlass station at the bow. The covered aft deck has enclosed stairs through the transom to the swim step and lazarette. Also a stainless steel ladder and overhead hatch provide secondary access up to the upper deck. Aft is a built-in settee with offset teak table and chairs, perfect for sightseeing, socializing and al fresco dining. The settee also has generous storage below as well as a built-in stainless steel refrigerated drink cooler.

Main Salon & Dining


Entering the vessel from the aft deck through a sliding door, the Main Salon has a large L-shaped sofa to starboard and built-in Entertainment Center opposite. All interior woodwork is a fine grain honey-colored European oak. A private stairway to port leads down to the Master Stateroom. Next forward to port is the Dining Area with a large drop-leaf table and built-in settee. Opposite to starboard is a large buffet outboard with generous storage cabinets below.

Galley, Pantry & Laundry


Moving forward, there is a passageway with the large, well-appointed galley to port with plenty of storage and counter space as well as a convenient pass-through to the Dining area. The Galley is fully equipped for gourmet cooking with dual stacked ovens, microwave, a three burner- Wolf electric induction range, and Granite countertops. Two traditional port holes outboard provide exterior views from the galley and fresh air ventilation while cooking. The Day Head is conveniently located on the main deck opposite the galley. Moving forward along the passageway there is a starboard watertight door to the side deck, and separate wet locker. To port is an office work station convenient to the Pilothouse and a very large walk-in Pantry with plenty of dry storage and a laundry work area with with additional storage space. Opposite the pantry is a new cabinet containing a washer/dryer, a drinks fridge, and a 24-bottle wine cooler.

Pilothouse


All the way forward on the Main Deck is the enclosed Pilothouse featuring a full-beam dash with centerline helm and pilot chair. To port is a small comfortable settee with table and bookshelves above. A centerline stairway aft in the Pilothouse leads down to the guest accommodations and crew quarters.

Master Stateroom


The full-beam Master Stateroom is located aft and is accessed by a private stairway located at the port aft Main Salon. A queen-sized bed is cleverly built into the portside quarter allowing more usable space in the middle of the owner’s suite. Built-in night stands compliment bulkhead mounted reading lamps and plenty of storage, including three deep drawers beneath the bed. Additional storage includes an oversized hanging locker located on the portside. A large dresser is built into the aft bulkhead with a large bookcase above. On the starboard side is comfortable built-in settee just aft of the ensuite owner’s head which includes a full sized bath tub and separate stand-up shower stall in addition to the head, sink and vanity.

Vip & Guest Staterooms


There are three cabins in the forward area of the vessel accessed from the Pilothouse stairway. The VIP Stateroom is in the bow and features a queen sized island berth with adjacent built-in settees and bookshelves outboard. Drawer storage and extra storage space is located beneath the berth with a large hanging locker to port. Also, a floor hatch leads to the large bilge area containing many spare parts and additional storage. On the starboard side there is an enclosed head and shower ensuite, including sink and vanity. Aft of the VIP Stateroom is a centerline passageway separating two mirror-image guest/crew cabins with over-under twin berths at right angles and generous storage as well as a sink basin ensuite. These two cabins also share an enclosed head, shower and basin accessed on the port side of the passageway.

Audio/ Visual


Main Salon

Sony KLV 32S400A flat screen TV

Bose V30 home entertainment system

Pioneer DVD

Master

Sharp Aquos 15" flat screen TV

JVCKD-S890 stereo CD radio

VIP

Sony 15" flat screen TV

Sony CDX-C5750 stereo CD radio

Guest/Crew

JVC KD-S890 stereo CD radio

Flybridge

Bose outdoors entertainment system

Electronics And Navigation


4-station Micro Commander electronic engine and throttle control system: Pilothouse, Flybridge,

Port and Starboard wing control stations.

(2) Furuno Black Box radars with ARPA, interfaced with Gyro and DGPS

(1) Leica DGPS

Autonav autopilot with Flybridge remote

Simrad Gyro compass

PC dedicated computer running TimeZero V4.1 navigation system

Alden weatherfax

Radio Zealand fluxgate electronic compass

(2) B&G windpoint/windspeed/depth indicators (pilothouse and flybridge)

Syrens WIFI EC-AP

Iridium satellite telephone

ICOM SSB M802 transceiver

Simon vessel monitoring and control system

Raymarine E120 ultra bright multifunction chart plotter (flybridge)

Francis search light

Simrad VHF RS 35 with remote control and AIS receiver

Electrical


(2) Northern Lights John Deere 40 kW generators

(4) Lifelong starting batteries

Service battery banks, 6 12v batteries (in engine room)

(2) Mastervolt 100 amp, 24v battery chargers

(2) Trace 2.5 kW inverters 120v/60Hz

5kW Pure Sine Wave Victron Energy Phoenix inverter 24/5000 220v/50Hz

AMCR, II Industronic power electrical regulator

Engine Room And Mechanical


The large mid-ship engine room and machinery space offers full-standing headroom and is

accessed through a water tight door in the stairway just forward of the Owner’s Stateroom.

Twin Cummins 855 NA diesel engines, 195 hp each

18 kW generator, hydraulic

Used oil tank, 100 g

New oil tank, 25 g

Holding Tanks, Gray Water 125g/50g

Holding Tank, Black Water 125g

60 gallon hot water heater

(2) 80 gallon hot water heaters

(2) 48,000 BTU air chillers with (3) 6 kW electric heaters

Alpha Laval fuel polishing

Naiad stabilizers

Glacier Bay refrigeration/freezer system, 24 volt

Newport 1000 Mk 11 watermaker, 1,000 gallons per day

Propane tanks in flybridge locker for gas barbeque

Safety And Fire Equipment


(2) RFD 6-man life rafts (new 2004)

Misc. life jackets & flotation cushions

Misc. flares

FM 200 fire suppression, manual activation, in engine room

EPIRB, manually activated

Deck And Hull


(2) Primary anchors, G.J. Wortelboer 75 kg with 400' 3/8"chain each

Fortress FX 125 stern anchor with rode

Maxwell-Nilsson H3000 hydraulic anchor windlass

Frances Marine C3000 electric warping capstan, foredeck

Simpson Lawrence C1250 electric warping capstan, aft deck

Misc. fenders, lines, boat hooks, etc.

Propane tanks in flybridge locker for galley

Marquipt hydraulic 1500 lb. davit with hydraulic rotation

Flybridge And Boat Deck


Stairs on the starboard side of the pilothouse lead up to the Flybridge which includes a forward dash with full engine controls and instruments. There is a centerline helm followed by a bench seat with room for three persons. Directly behind the Flybridge Helm is a large console containing chest refrigeration and deep freeze suitable for long range provisions and fresh fish. Next aft is a large L-shaped dinette with additional chairs providing seating for eight followed by a clever island wetbar efficiency with sink, U-Line ice maker, U-Line mini refrigerator and Lynx stainless propane barbecue. The Fly Bridge area is surrounded by aluminum bulwarks and a hard top cover with radar arch. The hard top and arch may be hydraulically lowered for bridge clearance. All the way aft is the Boat Deck with hydraulic davit and centerline chocks for the RIB tender.




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