Jeanneau Used Sail 45 45DS 2011, Miami, FL US
|Boat Name:||La Di Da|
|Number of Fuel Tanks:||1|
|Fuel Tank Capacity:||63 gal|
|Number of Engines:||1|
|Engine Power:||75 horsepower|
The galley is large and functional with considerable storage cubbies above the counter and drawers below. Features include the double SS sink with hot/cold pressure water, a large refrigerator with small freezer and top and front access and an oversized separate freezer compartment. The gimbaled propane stove has 3 burners and large oven, and has two propane fuel tanks in the cockpit. Also included is an installed microwave.
The engine is an upgraded Yanmar 75hp. The access is provided by the removable companionway, a water tight hatch in the aft shower, removable panels in the aft cabin and a fourth access in the galley.
The engine controls are electronic and coordinated for low speed, tight maneuvering with the Jeanneau 360 Docking joystick. This system controls the throttle, shifter and steering with a simple movement of the joystick. The bow thruster and a rotating saildrive allow the boat to make quick and sharp turns including directly to the side. The 360 Docking does not operate above 5 kts.
All electronics upgraded in 2015. The electronics are a Raymarine suite of systems with ST-70 Graphic display and Autopilot on the port helm and ST-70 Tridata and AWI at the starboard. An upgraded 4kw scanner for radar with mast mount and upgraded Hybrid Touch chartplotter located at the cockpit table amid ship for viewing from either helm. Included is a remote control for the autopilot.
The VHF is an Standard Horizon Matrix GX2000 with a RAM mic at the helm.
Sirius XM weather and radio was added in 2016. Also included is new ACR EPIRB, personal EPIRB and MOB locators, Sat phone and Satellite tracking/texting devices.
The nav station is combined with the electrical and electronic systems.
The electrical power comes from a single 50A shore power connection. it is supplemented by a Onan 6KW diesel generator located between the helms in a special sound insulated space in a protective sound shield box. Current hours 83.
At the electrical panel are monitors for the inverter/charger and battery status.
The rig includes a standard in-mast Z-Spar furling main sail and a 140% genoa on a Harken furler. There is also an asymmetrical spinnaker included.
The control lines all run to the cockpit on Harken gear. There are two Harken 50 two speed electric genoa primary winches and two Harken 40 winches (port side is two speed electric) on the coach roof to handle the mainsail. The genoa fairlead cars are controllable with lines lead to the cockpit.