Wild Orchid is a very well-maintained Privilege 43 that has been with the same family, South Florida, for over 22 Years. Over the course of these years, she has received several modifications which makes her very unique, all done professionally.
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From her original build as a 5 Cabin Wild Orchid has been professionally modified to 3 cabins – Two aft guest cabins and one master forward. Double sized berths with folding two-part mattresses. King size in master. Further interior changes have been accomplished via the removal of the aft port head allowing for the fitting of a full standup fridge/freezer in the galley. Fitted with a roller furled boom Main Sail by Leisure Furl, along with approx. 5 additional feet in transom extensions. She has been painted with upgrades to her cockpit to include a starboard table along with fitted starboard seating. She has been equipped with an upgraded Hardtop, metalwork and additional cockpit helm seat that are all well done and in excellent condition.
Cabin sole teak and holly, with Cherry wood veneer finishing
Headliners are faux leather
Port hull Galley down
The two aft cabins each have an en-suite wash basin
The port and starboard transom are fitted with a Powder coated steel swim ladder that can be lowered from the water level.
The deck was fitted with 8 10" Aluminum Steel 4 bolt cleats. There were 3 cleats port and starboard located at the bow, stern, and mid-ship.
The vessel is fitted with lifeline systems that extend from bow to stern. The system is made up of approx. 12 stanchions (port and starboard) with the two S.S. lifelines running the length of the vessel.
The vessel is equipped with a welded Aluminum bimini with an FRP top and canvas extension. The top is fitted with overhead lights.
Custom Helm Seat Starboard
Wheel for Port Helm
Exterior main window cover
Recent forward tramps
There are additional deck fittings for tank fills, emergency steering gear, handrails
ER tiller on board
The primary anchor is a hydro bubble anchor with approx. 120’ chain and 200’ nylon
Cockpit Table Starboard, all cockpit seating was re-done with Starboard seat sections
10+ Type II PFD’s located in forward deck locker.
One Lifesling style Type IV located on the starboard stern rail.
One Orion Alert / locate kit.
Five ABC fire extinguisher located in the salon and galley, and cabins.
Navigation lights including, mast-head, steaming, and sidelights
ACR Rapidfix 406 EPIRB
One Viking RescYou life raft with Valise
Port hull Galley down
Double composite sink, Single handle faucet
3-burner LPG stove top with oven.
Magic Chef, upper /lower fridge with freezer
U-line icemaker in the port engine compartment
RayMarine ST60 Depth, Speed, Temp, and wind
RayMarine A75 Display with Raystar 125 WAAS enabled receiver
Northstar 941 GPS
RayMarine 4 kW digital 18” array
Cetrek # 715 course control with Raymarine Linear drive
B&G V50 VHF with remote mic
Icom IC-M700 PRO
Lewmar Concept 3 1200 Watt horizontal windlass with foot controls
Plastimo Offshore 135 compass and one bulkhead mounted at the navigation station
Two electric and one Lavac head
Kohler 5 EOZ generator. SN: 2093439. Apx. 1360.5 Hours.
12 gallon 120 VAC 1200 watt (with engine heat exchanger) hot water heater.
Matrix 120 VAC 12 VDC Village Marine Tech water maker
Fitted with Air Conditioning
The starboard forward washroom is fitted with a single plastic holding tank approx. 17 US gallons
LCD TV and CD player with speakers in the salon and cockpit.
Separate LCD TV in master. DSS Satellite antennae and receiver
2X 30 amp 125 VAC, 12 volt
120 VAC receptacles throughout the cabin. The outlets are GFCI protected as appropriate
12 volt overhead,/reading, lighting
The vessel is equipped with two engine starting batteries and a house bank of 2 X 8DAGM house batteries.
The vessel is equipped with the following battery chargers:
Single Victron Multiplus 3000 / 120 inverter/charger with controller and monitor.
Professional Mariner 80 amp backup charger
Solar Panels: 3-panel array with TriStar MPPT charger controller
1 fully-roached, fully bat in boom furled mainsail. Replaced October 2018
Conventional roller furled genoa Replaced October 2018
Leisure furl roller furled boom.
ProFurl titanium roller furler
Rigid vang and topping lift
2 X Lewmar 54 2S ST.
4 X Lewmar 442S ST
Twin Yanmar 4JH3E
2 X 56 HP @ 3800 RPM
Engine Serial #: (P) E22544 (S) E21876
Hours: P) 2293.5 S) 2320.5
SN: P) 17 12071 S) 17 12070
30 mm stainless steel shaft. Replaced in October 2016
The shaft seals were replaced in October 2016
Bronze P bracket with conventional cutlass bearing. Assemblies were replaced in October 2016
Basic analog gauges for fuel and tachometers only. Alarms for temp and oil pressure.