1985 Nauticat 40
You Will Not Find A More Professionally Maintained Sailing Vessel Of Her Caliber That Is Outfitted & Ready To Go Cruising! Motivated Sellers!
The owners have lovingly maintained Deliverance both on the interior & exterior which is a rare find. They have spent over $120,000 in upgrades/renovations.
Engine just had 1,000 hour inspection and passed with flying colors.
Nauticat's are an exceptionally well built sailboat that are seaworthy beyond measure, and yet are spacious on the interior with plenty of storage to make a great liveaboard while cruising or at the docks! The pilothouse area offers a large, comfortable settee with removable teak table, and affords a beautiful wrap-around view. Her overall layout offers privacy when having guests aboard, with queen berths fore and aft, each having their own head and shower. The galley is a chef's dream, and adjacent to the main salon, is ideal for entertaining when at anchor.
New Awlgrip Paint Job
Galley Completed Renovated & Upgraded with Appliances
90HP Ford Lehman Replaced with Yanmar 110HP Turbo Diesel
Please view FULL SPECIFICATIONS Tab for all Upgrades/Renovations
LocationCharleston, SC, US
Flag of Registry
Available for sale in U.S. watersYes
Length40 ft - 12.19 meter
LOA:40 ft - 12.19 meter
Beam:13 ft 1 in - 3.99 meter
Draft - max:5 ft 9 in - 1.75 meter
Horsepower:110 (Individual), 110 (combined)
Deliverance is a Nauticat 40 and was manufactured by Sitala Yachts in Rihikoski, Finland in 1985. She is A Sparkman & Stephens Design.
- Her LOA is 39'5"; Beam 13'1"; Draft 5'9"; Displacement 30,865; Gross Tons 21; Net Tons 19
- She is a cutter rigged ketch, giving her a very flexible sail plan.
- Excess buoyancy in her bow and stern, enables her to ride well in exceptionally heavy seas.
- Her raised rear deck keeps her cockpit dry in heavy weather; Breaking seas flow unobstructed off the rear of the deck.
- All of the pilot house windows are equipped with 3/8" Lexan storm windows.
THE ORIGINAL 90 HP FORD LEHMAN ENGINE WAS REPLACED WITH A 110 HP YANMAR TURBO DIESEL
- In 2007, Deliverance's original 90 HP Ford Lehman diesel engine was replaced with a 110 HP Yanmar Turbo Diesel (4JH4-HTE)
- At 2400 rpm in 1' to 2' seas Deliverance will cruise at 7.5 knots, with a fuel burn of 2.1 GPH.
- Under these conditions, with a total fuel capacity of 187 Gals, Deliverance's cruising range (engine only) would be 668 NM.
- The Auxiliary Engine has been serviced annually by certified Yanmar mechanics; The most recent service was completed Feb, 2017; Engine Hours at this time were 1,266 Hrs.
- The Borg Warner Velvet Drive transmission was replaced in 2012
- 22" Maxiprop was rebuilt by factory 2015
FOR HEAVY 120V LOADS THE 9.5KW DIESEL GENERATOR
- While at anchor, heavier 120V loads are carried by a 9.5KW Phasor Marken Diesel Generator.
- This would include operation of the battery chargers, heat pumps, water heater, microwave, refrigerator, hair dryers, etc.
- This unit has been serviced professionally on an annual basis.
- Last service was performed in Feb 2017; Engine hours at this time were 171 hours.
- Unit is equipped with two Racor Filters and a wall mounted vacuum gauge located in the Pilot House.
THE FUEL SYSTEM HAS BEEN DESIGNED FOR MAXIMUM RELIABILITY & EASE OF SERVICE
- The fuel tanks are saddle mounted and were constructed using coated steel; Capacity of Starboard Tank is 72 Gals; Capacity of Port Tank is 115 Gals; Total Fuel Capacity is 187 Gals.
- Both tanks have a sloped bottom with a low point drain, which facilitates the removal of bottom sediment and water.
- Removal of water and sediment minimizes the potential for biological growth & sludge formation in the fuel and microbiologically induced corrosion (MIC) in the fuel tanks.
- The fuel system is equipped with its' own polishing system; the recirculation pump suction pulls from the low point drains on each of the tanks.
- Fuel Levels are measured using a two probe Hart Systems Tank Tender as well as the original fuel gauges; Calibration curves have been made for each fuel tank.
STORAGE BATTERIES FOR 12V SYSTEM
- The battery bank was enlarged in 2001 to compensate for a 1.5o list to port caused by the installation of the new generator; alternative to adding lead ballast
- The battery banks are comprised of 6 pairs of 6V deep cycle golf cart batteries; each pair wired in series to create 12V
- The pairs are connected in parallel to form the House Bank (1,125 amp-hrs capacity @ 12V) and the Engine Start Bank (225 amp-hrs capacity @ 12V); Total Capacity 1,350 amp-hrs @ 12V
- All of the batteries were replaced in 2015
- Batteries are Interstate wetted lead/acid batteries and have the highest storage capacity per Lb of battery weight
- The 6V deep cycle golf cart batteries are more easily replaced than the massive marine type 12V batteries, should one or more go bad
Battery Charging System
- In 2014, the smart chargers were replaced with NEWMAR Phase Three Smart Chargers (Model PT-70a); Each unit is rated at 60AMPS (115V)
- In 2014, the alternator on the Yanmar engine was upgraded to a 120 AMP alternator
INVERTER FOR LIGHTER 120V LOADS
- For lighter loads, the inverter would be used
- Deliverance's 12V battery system has 1350 AMP-hrs of storage capacity and a Heart 2500 26 AMP Inverter (120V)
- Used for operating laptop computers, boat WiFi; charging batteries on hand held devices etc.
- Good for operating 120V medical devices such as CPAP machines etc.
Shore Power System
SHORE POWER AT DOCKSIDE
- In 2014, the original 30AMP 120V shore power system was replaced with a 50AMP 240V system.
- The new system has a reverse polarity and ELCI detector to protect the shore power system.
120V SHORE POWER SUPPLY TO THE 30AMP 120V PANEL
- The balance of power from the 50AMP 240V Breaker supplies the 30AMP 120V Panel.
- A new panel mounted digital multimeter was installed as part of the upgrade.
- Now we can make coffee in the morning without having to monitor the AMP draw on the 30 amp panel and turning off one of the heat pumps or some other device to prevent opening the 30 AMP breaker.
- The original 12V Panel was rebuilt in 2015; All of circuit breakers were replaced; Fortunately, we were able to reuse the original Nauticat breaker box.
- The 12V system includes the hydraulic steering system (with plumbed and wired spare hydraulic pump), autopilot, radar, instruments, navigation lights, propane detector, H2 Gas Mitigation System, RO System, freezer, SSB Radio, VHF Radio, interior lights, cooler, oil change pump and the inverter.
Water Tanks, Reverse Osmosis, Heat Pumps
- Deliverance can store 198 gals of potable water in two S/S Tanks located midships under the Galley floor; Both tanks are equipped with Tank Tenders
- She has an 80 gallon per day Pur 12V Reverse Osmosis Unit to convert sea water into potable water; This unit has never been used due to large capacity of potable water tanks.
- Deliverance also has two Cruise Air 16,600 BTU Reverse Cycle Heat Pumps; These units are probably oversized for the service that they see; However, they work extremely well
- One heat pump is located in the Galley and supplies the Forward Cabin, Galley and Pilot House
- The second heat pump is located in the Aft Cabin, supplies the Aft Cabin and provides supplemental heating and cooling to the Pilot House
Reverse Cycle Heat Pumps
120V SHORE POWER SUPPLY TO THE REVERSE CYCLE HEAT PUMPS
- Power from the 240V breaker is split, with half going to the breakers supplying the two 120V 16,600 BTU Reverse Cycle Heat Pumps and the balance supplying the old 30AMP 120V Panel.
- The breakers for the heat pumps are located in the locker shown.
- On the wall of the Pilot House above the locker is a multimeter for monitoring the quality of the current supplying the heat pumps.
- Important in the Bahamas.
Her sails were all built by North Sails using heavy-duty Nordac, for exceptional strength and durability sails were cleaned, inspected and repaired as indicated on annual basis, by professional sailmakers.
- Cruising Spinnaker: 1.5oz Nordac; 1593 ft2 with snuffing sleeve and whisker pole
- Genoa: 105%; 7.8oz Nordac; 491 ft2 ; UV protected leach and foot with foam luff; Harkin furling system
- Staysail: 95%; 7.8oz Nordac; 254 ft2 .; UV protected leach and foot; Profurl furling system
- Mainsail: 8.8oz Nordac; 365 ft2 ; 4 full length battens; 3 reefs with Dutchman jiffy reefing system
- Mizzen: 8.8oz Nordac; 124 ft2 ; 2 reefs with Dutchman jiffy reefing system With 15 KTS of wind on a beam reach she will cruise at 7.5 KTS flying her Genoa, Genoa Staysail, Mizzen, Main
3 Helm Stations and Hydraulic Steering
Cockpit (Primary Helm)
Pilot House (Used offshore during inclement weather)
Remote autopilot control (steering only), which can be used anywhere on the boat.
Pedestal: Raymarine ST60 TriData (Depth, Speed & Sea Surface Temperature); ST 6000 Autopilot Control & Rudder Indicator; Suunto Compass and engine tachometer
The Raymarine E120 Chart Plotter-summarizes all navigational, radar, weather, AIS and sailing data at one location
The Raymarine E120 has numerous screens to chose from
PILOT HOUSE INSTRUMENTATION
- Standard Yanmar instrument cluster, original fuel gauges, original rudder indicator & New ICOM VHF Marine IC-M424 radio
- Raymarine ST60+ Wind Instrument Raymarine ST60+ Depth Gauge
- Raymarine ST60+ Speed Indicator & Log
- Suunto Compass
- ICOM IC M-802 SSB Radio Raymarine ST60+ Graphic Display
- Barometer & Clocks
GET A RESTFUL NIGHTS SLEEP AT YOUR FAVORITE ANCHORAGE
- Deliverance's ground tackle consists of a primary S120 Spade Anchor (55 lbs) shackled to 340' of 5/16" High Test Chain.
- The secondary anchor is a 70 lb CQR.
- Deliverance is also equipped with a 35Lb Danforth stern anchor with 200' of 1⁄2" rode.
- Deliverance has a drogue with 600' of 5/8"rode with a S/S swivel.
- Her windlass is a 12V LeFranz Tigres with 2 gypsies (3/8 BBB and 5/16" Hi-test) and two deck mounted foot peddles.
THERE IS AN INSTRUMENT CLUSTER BESIDE THE CAPTAINS PILLOW WILL ALARM IF YOU SHOULD DRAG ANCHOR
- ST60+ Depth Meter is stand alone and in most circumstances can be used as an anchor alarm
- You don't have to operate all of the instruments while at anchor; Saves valuable battery storage
Man Overboard Equipment
- Man overboard pole with strobe light and flotation ring Life Sling
- MOB retrieval system; huge mechanical advantage
- Man Overboard Box (stern) also contains block and tackle, which can be used with Mizzen halyard to retrieve person
Switlik Life Raft
- Deliverance has an oversized life raft (Switlik 6 man life raft) that will deploy automatically
- She is also equipped with a self deploying EPIRB; ACR 406 MHz, Category I, Class II
Dinghy with Engine
THE AVON 10' HARD BOTTOM DINGHY, WITH YAMAHA 2-STROKE 8HP ENGINE, CONVEYS WITH BOAT
In 2014, The Entire Galley Was Renovated
- The Factory installed settee on starboard side was removed to allow room for storage & additional room while cooking or entertaining.
- The Galley was enlarged to include more counter space, storage compartments, a VitroFrigo 2 drawer refrigerator and additional 120V outlets (charge hand held devices)
- The VitroFrigo refrigerator allows you to open the pull out drawers without losing all of your conditioned air, translates into energy savings.
- A gimbaled four burner, Force 10 Propane Stove with oven was installed.
- A new S/S sink with new fixtures was installed.
- The entire interior of the boat including the floors was refinished professionally with a beautiful compass rose inlay.
- Full size microwave
- FRIGOBOAT Freezer (previous installation)
- The Main Salon features a settee with new cushions and refinished teak table (removable) to entertain up to 6 guests comfortably.
- Plenty of storage for tools and equipment behind & below settee cushions.
- All windows in main salon have beautiful curtains for privacy.
- Teak throughout Deliverance has been maintained professionally
- Captains Chair at Wheel (removable)
- Safety Equipment Cabinet below Captains Chair- easy access while underway
- The V-Berth offers a Queen Bed with an Above Bunk Portside & Several Storage Lockers Port and Starboard (3 persons)
- The Aft Cabin offers a Queen Bed with Ample Storage for Clothing, Gear & Equipment. Head with shower on Starboard side (2 people)
- Settee (1 person)
AFT CABIN STORAGE
- Queen berth, both sides have storage 6' by 2' deep
- Head of bead, 2 large storage areas
- Hanging closet, presently 3 shelved closet
- Small settee for office/sewing etc (table removable)
AFT CABIN HEAD & SHOWER
- Shower with large teak bench
- Electrosan Head
- Vanity mirror and cabinet
- Queen V-Berth & Extra Bunk Portside
- Hanging closet
- Storage cabinets along entire starboard side
- Large storage area below v-berth cushions for spare lines, scuba equipment, Lexan sea windows and much more
Windows and Hatches
BOMAR HATCHES & TINTED WINDOWS
- Over V-Berth
- 2 in Main Salon
- Both Windows and Hatches are tinted in Main Salon and All Hatches 80% to reduce cooling costs.
- Phifertex on all Main Salon and hatches
- Sunbrella Bimini For Cool Motoring or Late Afternoon Summer Sunsets
- Also, relax in your Eno hammock on the foredeck using the boom, as she gently rocks in the breeze during the evening!
- Sunbrella Teak Rail Covers, Sail Cover & Winch Covers
- Dodger with Removable Bimini
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.