Devonport Challenge Business 67 (Refit 2013)

headingdetails Devonport Challenge Business 67 (Refit 2013)

€ 595,000

  • Sleeping places
    14
  • year built
    1996
  • Berth
    Dinteloord
  • Category
    Sailing yacht
Contactperson
Willem Beekhuis
+316-19730566

This sailing yacht has been designed and built for the Global Challenge sailing race around the world. The sailing yacht was refitted in 2013. Mainsail and fore sails are from 2018.

  • Dimensions
    20,42 x 5,26 x 2,82 m.
  • Engine
    Perkins Sabre 130 HP (96 kW) Diesel
  • Construction material
    Steel
  • Reference number
    201005

General

Construction material
Hull Shell Plating & Stringers: British Steel - 50A Steel; Hull & Deck Framing: British Steel - 43A Steel
Hull shape
Round bilged
Deck
Flexi Teek on 316 stainless steel deck
Superstructure
316 Stainless steel
Keel / leeboard
Cast Iron by Iron Brothers Ltd
Rudder
1 x
Steeringsystem
Wheel steering hydraulic electrical power steering
Windows
Synthetic tinted windows in stainless steel frames
Displacement
34,473 kg.
Ballast
10,886 kg.
Airdraft
25.98 m.
Yard
Devonport Yachts Ltd., Plymouth
Designer
Designer: David Thomas; Working Drawings: Thanos Condylis of C & S Yacht Designs; Structural Engineering: Roger Scammell Builder: Devonport Yachts Ltd
Building number
16

This Devonport Challenge Business 67' has sailed the Global Challenge 1 time and had the sailing number CB35.

In 2013 she has undergone a refit:

  • Body and superstructure completely repainted;

  • Flexi Teek deck has been applied;

  • Interior with new plating material, finishing moldings and upholstery;

  • The stern is equipped with an extra guest cabin;

  • The mast has been dismantled, repaired where necessary, sprayed and rebuilt;

  • The standing rig has been inspected;

  • The running rig has been completely replaced;

  • Electrical installation partly renewed;

  • Most of the pumps were renewed;

  • Large part of the navigation instruments renewed;

  • Full ist of activities performed is available.

Two years ago the mainsail, the Yankee and the cutter were replaced. This makes this Challenge Business 67 ready for journeys across the world.

The Challenge 67' Class yachts were designed for The Challenge Business by David Thomas, specifically to race around the world “the wrong way”. The design brief called for exceptionally strong, seaworthy, fast, attractive, modern, steel yachts that were able to sail to windward across the Southern Ocean in relative comfort.

Safety was paramount both in terms of structural strength and crew safety. Because of the One Design nature of the race, the design was not influenced or distorted by any rating rule and a sensible displacement was specified. Other important design considerations include, ease of access to the structure, equipment, systems, wiring and fittings for maintenance and inspections both at sea and in harbour. Every piece of equipment had to be robust enough to survive a race around the world with minimum maintenance.

Many of the design principles were based on Sir Chay Blyth’s (then unique) experience of sailing around the world single handed against the prevailing winds and currents.

Devonport Yachts (DML) were chosen to build the fleet to Bureau Veritas highest notation. The construction method allows relatively simple and cost effective alterations to the interior layout.

Accommodation

Material
White plating material
Saloons
Saloon with guests cabin, Front cabin with 2 x guests cabin, Aft cabin with owners cabin and guests cabin and material storage space
Cabins
5
Berth
14
Bedsize front cabin
Guests cabin starboard: 2.05 x 0.80 m. (2 x); Guests cabin front: 2.00 x 0.70 m. (2 x) or 2.00 x 2.00 m., 2.00 x 0.70 m. (4 x)
Bedsize aftcabin
Guests cabin port side: 2.00 x 0.70 m.
Bedsize ownerscabin
1.95 x 1.40 m.
Bedsize saloon
Guests cabin starboard: 1.90 x 0.68 m. (2 x)
Toilet
Toilet room with an electrical toilet and sink (owners cabin). toilet room with a pump toilet and sink (front cabin)
Shower
Shower cabin in toilet room in owners cabin; In toilet room front cabin
Television
Toshiba flatscreen
Radio
2 x Pioneer radio-CD player (2013)
Cooking device
Force 10 3 - flame gas cooker with oven
Microwave
Panasonic dimension 4 (2013)
Refridgerator
Frigonautica 130 litres and Frigoboat 100 litres (both 2013)
Freezer
Frigoboat 104 litres (2013)
Heating
2 x Eberspächer Airtronic D4 Plus
Washing machine
Zanussi Aqua Cycle 1300 (2013)
Insulation
60 mm. sprayed polyurethane above the waterline
Other
Equipped with LED interior lighting (2013)
Aft cabin 29
Saloon 37
Frontcabin 21

Engine

Brand / type
Perkins M130C
Power
130 HP, 96 kW
Number of cylinders
6
Cooling system
Intercooling
Year built
1996
Hours
4,900
Fuel
Diesel
Fueltank(s)
1.900 Lires divided over 5 stainless steel tanks
Tank meter
Tanktender
Gearbox
PRM 302
Propulsion
Shaft with Brunton Autoprop
Instruments
Tachometer, Watertemperature, Oilpressure (all VDO)
Bowthruster
Side Power SP 200 TCi

Electrics

Voltage
12, 24 and 220 Volt
Batteries
1 x 70 Ah, 2 x 90 Ah, 4 x 200 Ah, 2 x bowthruster
Shorepower
Yes
Alternator
150 A. 24 Volt
Batterycharger
Victron Phoenix Multiplus 24/3000/70 70 A. and a charger for the bowthruster batteries
Generator
Perkins Sabre 3 cylinder 27 HP diesel with a 175 A. 24 Volt alternator
Inverter
Victron Phoenix Multiplus 24/3000/70 3,000 W.
Converter
24-12 Volt
Diode bridge
Victron
Control panel
2 x Switch panel 24 Volt and 1 x switch panel 12 Volt
Voltmeter
3 x, of which 1 x VDO
Ampère meter
2 x
Battery-conditionmeter
Heart Interface Link 2000
Other
Aquafax 32 A. galvanic isolator

Water

Watertank(s)
1,100 Litres divided over 4 stainless steel tanks
Waterpressure system
Pressure barrel
Warm water
Approx. 45 litres water heater (heated over engine and 220 Volt)
Watermaker
Aquafresh Watermakers Ltd. (2013 overhauled)
Freshwater meter
Tanktender
Holdingtank
Yes
Greywater tank
300 Litres stainless steel

Rigging

Type
Bermudan cutter
Mast
Aluminium, Atlantic Spars Ltd, Brixham, Devon; Completely dismantled and sprayed in 2013
Standing rig
Norseman Gibb Dyform stainless steel wire and 1 x 19 stainless steel wire; renewed in 2000, approved in 2009 and replaced where necessary and approved in 2013
Boom
Aluminium, Atlantic Spars Ltd
Winches
2 x Harken 66.2 2-speed electrical, 1 x Harken 53 1-speed electrical, 6 x Harken 56.2 2-speed, 2 x Harken 53 2-speed (all Self Tailing)
Mainsail
Gaastra 90.5 m2 (2018)
Genoa furling system
Harken MK III
Yankee
Gaastra 97.4 m2 (2018)
Cutter jib
Gaastra (2018)
Jib furling system
Harken MK IV 3
Spinnaker
1 x 351 m2 and 1 x 370 m2
Spinnaker boom
2 x Carbon fibre
Other
Rodkicker

Navigation and electronics

Navigation ligths
Yes
Compass
Plastimo Olympic 135 (2013)
Log / speed
B&G
Depth sounder
B&G
Wind
B&G
Multi meter
2 x B&G Hydra 2000 and 2 x B&G 20/20 CD
Autopilot
Raymarine ST6002 with Vetus EHP330 hydraulic pump
Radar
Raymarine RD418D 18'' Radome (2013)
GPS
Magnavox MX100
Chartplotter
2 x Raymarine C90 W (2013)
VHF
Raymarine Ray218E and Raymarine RayMic handset
A.I.S.
Raymarine A.I.S. 650 (2013)
Navtex
MeteoMan and Furuno Navtex NX-300
Other
Skanti SSB TRP 8000 SSB radio

Deck equipment

Anchor
1 x
Anchorwinch
Muir VR/VRC4000 electrical
Railing
Stainless steel
Schwimming ladder
Stainless steel
Sprayhood
With a stainless steel frame
Bimini
With a stainless steel frame
Cover
Suncover over boom
Upholstery
Cockpit

Safety

Life raft
2 x 8 - Persons
Bilge pump
2 x Electrical, 2 x hand
Fire prevention
8 x Fire extinguisher
Gas locker
Suitable for 2 bottles

View in 360 degrees

Achterkajuit gastenhut (11.21Mb)
Eigenaarshut (11.22Mb)
Eigenaarshut toiletruimte (11.58Mb)
Salon (11.21Mb)
Salon (11.84Mb)
Salon (12.79Mb)
Salon (13.57Mb)
Salon gastenhut (10.64Mb)
Voorschip gastenhut punt (9.4Mb)
Voorschip gastenhut stuurboord (10.86Mb)
Voorschip toiletruimte (10.6Mb)

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