Hylas 44 Sail Boats For Sale - £99,500

Vital Statistics of the Hylas 44

Manufacturer / Model: Hylas 44
Hylas Length: This Hylas 44 is 13.46 metres (approx. 44.16 feet)
Price: £99,500 (approx. €127,810 or $161,211)
Status: This Hylas 44 is Sold
Tax: Tax Paid
Engine(s): Single Diesel
Type of Boat: Sail Boat
Manufactured In: 1991
Hull Material: GRP
Lying In: Lymington, UK
Boatmatch.com ID: 19111

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Short Description of the Hylas 44

Construction:

Overall Measured Length: 46’5” including 1’10” pulpit.

RCD Status: Our understanding is that the yacht is exempt from the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC (Recreational Craft Directive) as she was built and placed into use within the EU prior to 1998.

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:
• Completely hand laminated solid GRP hull built from a one-piece mould to provide a seamless monolithic structure.
• Interior of hull scaled with epoxy.
• Special epoxy barrier paint in addition to antifouling.
• Dark blue hull Gelcoat. Awlgrip repainted in 2007
• Centre cockpit configuration.
• Airex cored and hand laminated GRP deck with solid glass in-mast areas and all through-bolted areas.
• Hand picked teak laid deck planking.
• Teak laid cockpit seating with teak cockpit sole.

Keel & Rudder:
• GRP encapsulated long fin keel with lead ballast.
• GRP rudder with full length supporting skeg.

Machinery:

Engine & Gearboxes:
• 1 x Yanmar 4JE-TE 55hp 4-cylinder 4-stroke turbocharged diesel engine.
• Cooling by seawater and a freshwater system through a heat exchanger.
• Mechanical reduction gearbox.

Maintenance & Performance:
• Fuel Consumption (at cruising speed): 5 litres per hour.
• Range (at cruising speed): Approximately 350Nm.

Propulsion & Steering:
• Shaft drive.
• 2-bladed feathering MaxProp propeller.
• Wheel steering with hide-covered wheel.

Electrical Systems:

Voltage Systems:
• 12 volts

Battery Banks:
• 1 x 120Ah 12v Engine start battery (2005).
• 1 x 120Ah 12v Service battery (2005).
• 1 x 120Ah 12v Genset start battery (2008).
• 1 x 120Ah 12v Dedicated windlass battery (2008)
• Batteries can be cross-linked in an emergency.

Battery Chargers:
• 40 amp Battery charger.

Alternators:
• 60A 12v Engine alternator
• 60A 12v Alternator for service batteries

Generator:
• SET MPW8 8kw generator – new in 2006

Shore Power:
• 240v Shore power connection.

Other Electrical:
• Analogue ammeter and voltmeter.
• Twin bank solar panel on aft rails, with charging system

Plumbing Systems:

Fresh Water & Water Heating System:
• Pressurised hot and cold water system.
• Water heated via 36 litre engine calorifier or 240v immersion heater.
• Manual freshwater and saltwater pumps at galley.

Watermaker:
• Aquafresh 400 watermaker.

Bilge Pumps:
• 1 x 12v Electric bilge pump with automatic mode and alarm.
• 1 x Manual Whale bilge pump.

Tankage:

Fuel:
• Total capacity of 273 litres (60 gallons) in 3 x stainless steel tanks with tank gauges.

Fresh water:
• Total capacity of 363 litres (80 gallons) in 3 x stainless steel tanks.

Grey/Blackwater holding tanks:
• Holding tank to aft heads with 3-way valve and tank gauge.

Navigation Equipment:

• Brookes & Gatehouse Hydra Cruise pack including:
o Analogue boat speed/distance
o Analogue depth
o Analogue wind direction
o Analogue wind speed
• Raymarine C10 chartplotter at chart table.
• South West UK and France Navionics electronic chart

• Raymarine hydraulic autopilot.
• Raymarine auto pilot control in cockpit
• Raytheon 390 GPS interfaced with radar.
• Furuno 1621 radar.
• Navtex system.
• Binnacle steering compass.
• ICOM M802 SSB high frequency radio transmitter receiver (2005).
• Pactor II pro modem (2005).
• Raymarine SSB Autotuner (2005).
• Raymarine DSC VHF radio (2005).

Domestic Equipment:

Galley:
• Grunert large capacity top and front loading fridge and freezer - sea water cooled refrigeration.
• Force 10 gimballed gas cooker with 3 burners and oven (with spare burners)
• Sea water and fresh water footpumps to sink for water economy
• AEG microwave.
• Cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils suitable for a crew of six.

Heads/Showers:
• 2 x Jabsco manual marine heads.
• 2 x Hot and cold pressurised showers with electric pump out.
• Aft deck freshwater shower.

Heating & Ventilation:
• Eberspacher D4 3-outlet diesel fired cabin heating (2008).
• 12v fans for improved ventilation.

Entertainment:
• CD/Radio with speakers in saloon and aft cabin.

Accommodation:

Summary of Accommodation:
• 6 berths in 2 cabins and saloon.
• The joinery is teak veneered plywood with solid timber, of high quality teak, used where appropriate. All teak surfaces are finished with four coats of satin-finish varnish.
• Solid ½” teak sole with holly inlaid seams.
• Solid teak doors throughout.
• White & grey striped fabric upholstery throughout.
• Lee-cloths for saloon and aft berths.

Description of layout:

The interior of the yacht is designed to accommodate two couples in considerable comfort in two en-suite cabins at each end of the boat. Further occasional berths are available in the saloon.
The saloon contains the thermostat for Eberspacher heating, along with two further outlets. Two armchair seats with coffee table and CD player with radio are situated on the starboard side. On the port side is a full-length berth that can be used as a sea berth or extended to a double berth. There is also an expanding dining table.
The galley, situated on the starboard side, consists of a large work surface, with a front and top loading separate fridge and freezer, a gas cooker with gas solenoid, and a microwave oven. The galley also features a twin stainless steel sink unit with hot and cold water supply and backup manual foot operated water pumps.
Aft of the port hand saloon table is the chart table. A well laid out chart table of a substantial size, with all navigation systems here.
The aft cabin also contains a vanity mirror and dressing table, with Eberspacher heating outlets, and fan, along with the CD player and radio speakers.

In both en-suites there is a large bowled toilet with adjacent stainless steel sink unit with hot and cold running water. Both en-suites also have a pressurised shower. The aft en-suite also has the option of output entering a holding tank, with tank gauge.

Deck Equipment:

Rig:
• Masthead sloop/cutter rig.
• Proctor anodised aluminium white powder-coated spars.
• Keel stepped mast.
• Rod boom-vang (2006).
• Schaeffer headsail furling system (2000).
Deck Equipment:

Rig:
• Masthead sloop/cutter rig.
• Proctor anodised aluminium white powder-coated spars.
• Keel stepped mast.
• Rod boom-vang (2006).
• Schaeffer headsail furling system (2000).
Tender & Outboard:
• Avon 2.80 Rover inflatable dinghy and wooden oars.
• Electric inflation pump for dinghy.

Safety Equipment:
• Avon 6-man liferaft.
• Horseshoe buoy with light.
• Danbuoy.
• Jackstays.
• Firdell Blipper radar reflector.
• SeaMe radar transponder (2008).
• EPIRB.
• RORC offshore flare drum.
• JonBuoy man overboard retrieval system

Fire-fighting equipment:
• Fire extinguishers.
• Fire blanket.


Owner's Comments of the Hylas 44

We bought “Laros” for the ARC 2005. She performed beautifully across the Atlantic, coming 4th out of 250+ boats on handicap and 2nd in class, and that was without flying a spinnaker or cruising chute! She is a stable and comfortable boat to sail and live aboard. Our family enjoyed several seasons exploring the Caribbean before shipping her home to enjoy cruising Brittany and Cornwall. The huge freezer and fridge, seawater cooled for efficiency, were tremendous for storing fresh dorado or for keeping ice cream as a tropical treat. The watermaker provides the luxury of unrestricted fresh showers even when on passage, or anchored off remote islands. Now, with a growing number of grandchildren, we are moving up to a larger boat for Mediterranean exploration en famille.

 

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