Every so often we run into a yacht that has been wisely upgraded and meticulously maintained. "Deliverance" is the perfect example of such thoughtful care. For sixteen years her knowledgeable owners have made constant upgrades making her one of the most offshore/ cruise ready vessels on the market today. This pilothouse, cutter ketch version boast full electronics in the cockpit, pilothouse and owners stateroom. Newer upgraded 110 hp Yanmar turbo-diesel, Genset and a long list of features not often found on a yacht this size makes Deliverance a must see if you are planning an adventure that will take you around the corner or around the world.
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For more information or to schedule a showing please call Dennis Smith at 386 453-4022
12 ea. Interstate 6 Volt Deep Cycle Golf Cart Batteries, wired two batteries in series, forming 6 pairs of batteries rated at 12 Volts and total capacity (6Volts) 1350 amp-hrs. House Bank 1,125 amp-hrs. Starting Bank 225 amp-hrs. The SurFlo Battery Watering System permits operator to add distilled water to all of the cells remotely, from the Safety Compartment, without having to pull up the Pilot House floor and battery box covers. Also shown are two new Newmar Phase Three smart chargers (Model PT70a), each rated at 65 Amps (115V Input).
All batteries produce hydrogen gas (H2), while charging and discharging. As a result, H2 will collect in the battery boxes and engine compartment. H2 will explode at concentrations between 4% (V/V) and 75% (V/V). To prevent a potentially dangerous condition, each battery box on Deliverance is equipped with an SBS H2 Probe. At 1% H2 (V/V) (detected in either box) the inline blower will activate and remove H2 from the battery boxes under negative pressure. At 2% H2 (V/V) the SBS unit will sound an audible alarm and activate a strobe. The Rule blower has a sealed shaft and motor and is ABYC rated for H2. Also ISO 9097 Marine.
Fuel tanks are saddle mounted. Port Tank has a capacity of 115 gals. Starboard Tank has a 72 gal capacity. Total fuel capacity is 187 gals. Both tanks are equipped with the original level gauges, which are fully functional. Fuel levels can also be measured using a Tank Tender. These gauges were calibrated dockside after installation.
Environmental temps and humidity are controlled using two Cruisair 16600 BTU reverse cycle heat pumps. One unit is located in the new galley on the starboard side of the galley. The other unit is located port side under the queen size bed in the aft cabin. The aft heat pump primarily serves the aft cabin. However, there is a duct which runs from the aft cabin to the pilot house to provide supplemental cooling in the pilot house if needed.
Deliverance is a cutter rigged ketch and comes with an inventory of 5 sails. All were manufactured by North Sails.
-Large 1.5 oz Gennaker with ATN dousing sleeve; oversized 4:1 topping lift on mast stored whisker pole, so pole can be used as lifting boom
-105% Genoa; 491 square feet; 7.8oz Nordac; UV Leach and foot with foam luff.
-95% Genoa Staysail; 254 square feet; 7.8 oz Nordac
-Mainsail; 8.8 oz Nordac; 4 full length battens; three reefs withDutchman jiffy reefing system; Strong Slide Mast System; sail 365 square feet.
-Mizzen Sail; 8.8 oz Nordac; 4 full length battens; 2 reefs with Dutchman jiffy reefing system; Strong Slide Mast System; sail 124 square feet.
The cutter rigged ketch design was selected for flexibility in sail plan. Heavier sail cloth was used for durability and strength in the blue water environment.
Deliverance is equipped with 9.5KW Phasor diesel generator. The unit is equipped with a Racor filter. A wall mounted vacuum gauge is located on the filter outlet. The gauge is mounted on the starboard side of Pilot house, just below the vacuum gauge for the main engine.Deliverance is equipped with a fuel polishing system, to protect the main engine and the generator.
In 2015, the original 30amp 120V system was upgraded to 50amp 240V. The 240V system is split into two 120V feeds. One feed supplies the two 16,600 BTU heat pumps. The other supplies the original 30 amp panel. Both feeds are equipped with wall mounted multi meters. Important as the voltage of foreign power can vary significantly.
Engine new in 2007. Annual Service performed Feb 2017. Engine hours were 1,266 hrs. Unit equipped with two primary and two secondary Racor filters as well as one engine mounted tertiary fuel filter. Vacuum gauge at outlet of secondary Racor filter is mounted on Pilot House wall. Individual Racor filters are also equipped with vacuum gauges, to facilitate trouble shooting. Engine used to preheat domestic hot water. Fuel consumption in light seas 2.1 gph at 7.5 knots.