ALIZÉ V is a wonderful example of the Abaco 40 series built by Bruckmann Yachts. Launched in 2012, she still feels, looks, and acts like a new boat (she has always been serviced and stored indoors in a heated building at Bruckmann Yachts and has spent most of her life in fresh water) and represents an opportunity to acquire an Abaco 40 without the wait of a new build. She is a handsome Express Cruiser with a distinctive ‘Downeast’ look and design with a single engine and running gear protected by a keel.
Abaco 40s are known for their elegant finish and solid construction, and are designed to be handled by one with wide side decks, proper rails, a transom door and best-in-class visibility from the helm and salon. With variable-speed bow and stern thrusters, maneuvering in tight quarters and docking is an absolute cinch. ALIZÉ V is a joy to helm in a seaway and rides comfortably at any speed in conditions that leave many others behind at the dock, thanks to a refined and proven hull designed by Mark Ellis.
ALIZÉ V comfortably accommodates two in the forward cabin, plus an additional two overnight guests on matching pilothouse settees. A large head with separate and proper-sized stall shower and generous galley round out the interior below. The salon and cockpit are the true focus of the yacht and will not disappoint, with room for the cruising couple by night and all of their friends and family by day.
Engine access is second-to-none in her size range, via hatches in the pilothouse and an access door from the galley to the front of the engine room. Powered with a 670 hp Cummins diesel, ALIZÉ V planes easily at 10-12 knots and cruises comfortably and economically at 22-24 knots, with a top speed of 29 knots -- all with a single engine!
Bruckmann Yachts has been building quality boats for 50 years. The Abaco 40 is a seakindly design, with simplicity of operation and maintenance as primary in her design brief. While taking advantage of modern technology, decades of design and build experience have not been thrown out the window to chase trends and unproven technology. The Abaco 40: Classic style and appeal, with quality construction and details throughout. Truly a head-turner at the dock, as well as underway.
Antal singelbäddar: 2
Antal dubbelsängar: 1
Antal hytter: 1
Antal toaletter: 1
HULL and DECK
Single piece vacuum-bagged core cell cored hull and deck; core removed in way of all thru-hulls, shaft log, rudder port, deck fittings etc.
Overlapping hull/deck joint bonded and fastened every 4”
Fiberglass skeg (single engine installation) for prop protection
Flag Blue Awlgrip finished topsides with single white boot stripe and red bottom
Moondust Awlgrip sprayed non-skid (sand) deck
Hardtop with electronics mast and short mast for radar
Bow fitting with stainless anchor roller
All deck hardware and fittings 316 stainless steel
(6) Stainless steel 10" mooring cleats
(4) Custom in-line teak toe rail chocks
(4) Stainless steel opening ports with screens
Large molded rubrails with stainless steel striker at chines aft
Stainless steel striker on hull at sheer to protect cap rail
(5) Lewmar aluminum anodized hatches with Oceanair screens and shades built into custom mahogany frames
Solid varnished teak cap rail on bulwarks and varnished teak eyebrow
Transom cockpit door to swim platform
Swim platform with swim ladder
Epoxy barrier coat below waterline
The interior is finished in a Herreshoff style, with white bulkheads and beautiful high-gloss varnished mahogany doors and trim. Varnished teak and holly cabin sole. Chrome overhead and courtesy lighting throughout.
The Forward Cabin has a large double V-berth with 6” foam. Outboard of the berths the hull ceiling planks are cedar, providing a nice contrast with the darker mahogany trim. Ample storage is provided by a bureau with drawers; hanging locker (cedar lined) and aircraft-style lockers above and outboard of the berths. Natural ventilation is provided from opening ports and a large overhead hatch. Two Ocean Frigast reading lights at V-berth.
Next aft, the Head is to starboard with VacuFlush toilet, stainless steel sink and large separate shower stall with adjustable-height shower nozzle. An opening port provides light and ventilation. Head features: Mahogany framed mirror; cup holder; towel rack.
Further aft to port is the ample U-shaped Galley, open above to the pilothouse, with excellent light and ventilation and room for two to whip up a proper meal.
The Salon/Pilothouse is up several steps, with the helm station forward to starboard and a varnished chart table to port. Stidd helm and companion chairs in white UltraLeather. There are mirror-image comfortable settees (6’-6” length, 5” thick) with hinged storage access - also in white UltraLeather - port and starboard with short ‘L’ sections aft. The varnished mahogany hi-lo pedestal table folds out to double in size and seats 4-6 comfortably. Sliding glass pilothouse windows provide light and ventilation.
Oceanair blinds for privacy and sun protection
Aft door screen
(2) Wall-mounted Ocean Frigast reading lights and flush-mounted dimmable lighting in the overhead
Mesh sunscreen window covers for Pilothouse
The wide partition between the salon and cockpit can be opened up with split sliding doors which allow the two spaces to flow together to make a single large area for relaxing and entertaining.
Stidd fully-adjustable helm chair. Teak cupholder outboard and storage cubby below throttle and shift controls. Storage locker outboard. Port Stidd pedestal chair with chart table forward with storage beneath. Storage cubby outboard.
Windlass remote and breaker controls
Custom light switches at helm
Stainless steel and teak steering wheel with custom mahogany base
The Cockpit offers plenty of built-in seating with storage beneath, starting with mirror-imagine settees port and starboard that double as sun lounges with aft-facing backrests. These are complemented by an athwartships ¾ settee along the transom. Cockpit cushions are covered in a light tan Sunbrella. Ample access to storage below the cockpit is through hinged lockers in the sole. A one-piece transom door leads to the swim platform.
Hot and cold shower
Overhead lights in the hardtop extension
Dedicated space on each side for proper throw ring access/storage
(2) Storage ‘cubbies’ built into cockpit coamings convenient to settees
Double stainless steel sinks mounted beneath Corian counters with single lever chromed brass faucet
Tilt-out trash bin under sink, dish storage above
Custom front-opening 12-volt cold plate refrigeration and separate top access freezer
2-burner ceramic cooktop
Varnished louvered sliding door cabinets outboard and below and glass cupboard doors above countertop and drawers provide plenty of storage
Hella 12-volt 2-speed fan
All wiring sized and color coded to ABYC specs
Cummins Onan 5 kW generator (less than 50 hours)
AGM engine starting battery
(2) 200 amp hour AGM house batteries
Victron inverter/battery charger
12-volt DC distribution panel with digital meters
110-volt AC distribution panel with digital meters and polarity indicator
110-volt 30 amp shore power inlet with 50' cord and optional 30 amp plug forward
110-volt outlets throughout, including engine room with ground fault protection
ELECTRONICS and NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
Furuno Navnet GPS/chartplotter/radar
Furuno F50 Digital Instrument for speed/temp/depth, etc.
Clarion CD stereo system with (2) speakers mounted in salon overhead and (2) in cockpit
Variable speed wiper controls
Compass at Helm
Airmar antennae on mast
Masthead steaming/anchor light and running lights
Cummins Model QSM-II Common Rail diesel engine, 670 hp, with electronic display
Digital display for: tachometer, oil pressure, fuel consumption, etc.
Oil Change System for engine and generator
Engine room lighting; removable teak grate forward of engine for bilge access; diamond plate soles outboard of engine
Galley companionway steps lift up on gas struts for access to front of engine room
Dual engine room blowers
Dometic tank level monitors at helm
Dual density engine room sound insulation
2" Aqua Met prop shaft with zinc anode
5-Blade bronze propeller
Side Power variable speed bow and stern thrusters
Dual Racor fuel filters
Dripless shaft seal
Raw water-cooled exhaust with muffler
Groco bronze sea water strainer for engine cooling
ZF Electronic throttle and shift control
Bennett trim tabs
16,000 BTU Cruisair air conditioning in pilothouse
8,000 BTU Cruisair air conditioning in cabin
TANKAGE AND PLUMBING
Stainless hot water heater: 11 gal/110-volt and engine heat exchanger
Fuel tanks: (2) 150 gal each
Water tank: 50 gal with level indicator at helm
Holding tank: 30 gal overboard discharge with 12-volt macerator pump
Rigid color-coded PVC plumbing
(2) Bilge pumps: 1500 gph electric pumps with float switches; Integrated manual bilge pump
Halon fire extinguishing system in engine room
(2) Throw buoys in cockpit
Full length 1¼” stainless bow rail extending all the way aft to cockpit
Handrails (SS) on hardtop and cabin trunk forward
Mahogany handrail on centerline overhead in salon
Electric windlass with stainless steel anchor and 250’ chain/rope rode
Fire extinguishers: portable, in cabin and cockpit
The owner’s personal effects are excluded from the sale.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.