Designed by Robert Harris and built in Taiwan, "Harmony" will take you anywhere around the globe safely and comfortably. This double-ender, full skegged rudder with a modified fin keel off-shore design is famous for its strength and sea kindly comfort even in high seas. Harmony went through some serious upgrades with a 65 HP Perkins installed new at 2001, 3 blades Max Prop, High output alternator (160 Amps) added to the existing alternator, Spectra Cape Horn 12V water-maker, a "Revere Elite" 6 person life-raft (2011), EPIRB, A semi inflatable dinghy with a 9.9 HP 4 stroke Honda outboard (2001), A stainless mast pulpit, All sails are "UK Sails" (2011), stainless-steel transom arch to support solar panels and dinghy davits, Modified stern pushpit with a swing-arm to provide an easy and safe access to the dinghy and a stainless-steel "Lighthouse" electric anchor windlass, All navigation and interior lights are LED, hardtop above the cockpit to support 2 solar panels, Nav Pod station at helm, "Magma Catalina Infra-Red" BBQ. Harmony, can keep you "Off The Grid" for as long as you wish with her solar/alternator/generator charging and water maker, whether you anchor in a beautiful crystal-clear water remote anchorage or on a long passage.
The teak work inside is second to none in quality and beauty, a comfortable and practical galley, a wide salon, a work bench, a navigation table and plenty of storage space - this boat is just what you are looking for and at an affordable price.
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The companionway is off-set to port to allow a more spacious galley. Going down below decks you will find the spacious L shape galley to starboard while the forward facing navigation station is to port. Moving forward the main salon opens with a convertible drop-leaf table with port and starboard settees. The forward head is between the salon and the V-Berth on port side. Access to chain locker is possible through the V-Berth.
To the port of the companionway leading aft is a hallway leading to the aft cabin. Hallway includes a workbench and storage space. Aft cabin has double berth to port and generous storage throughout. Batteries are located below aft berth. On starboard side, is the head and shower.
Easy access to engine.
The interior is all crafted by the famous Taiwanese marine carpenters who set a standard for teak wood carpentry. In one word - SUPERB!
The old original engine was taken out in 2001 and a new 65 HP Sabre Perkins Diesel was installed. The Borg-Warner transmission and the Velvet V-Drive were rebuilt, a new prop shaft and a new muffler were all installed in 2001 when the engine project took place.
Currently all of this has about 3300 hours.
In 2008, a Max Prop was installed.
70 amp alternator that came with the engine, takes care of the start battery. A high output 160 amp "Mark Grasser" alternator and 3 stage regulator (new in 2016) takes care of the house bank.
2 X 60 Gal. cast iron diesel tanks , under salon settees (1 on each side).
2 X 100 Gal. stainless-steel water tanks, below floor in salon.
1 X 40 Gal. fiberglass holding tank, below floor in salon.
Dickinson 3 burner gas stove and oven.
Deep double stainless steel sinks.
10 cubic ft 12V Alder Barber fridge. "Engel" 12/110V standalone fridge/freezer.
Galley is an L-Shape with lots of storage place.
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