Trader 64 Sunliner

649,000 Tax Paid | Mallorca, Spain Spain
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Summary

  • Make Trader
  • Model 64 Sunliner
  • Year 2008
  • LOA 65ft/20m
  • Class Semi-Displacement
  • Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
  • Engine Twin Diesel
  • Drive Shaft Drives
  • Layout Flybridge
  • Berths 8
  • Cabins 4
  • Aft Cabins 1
  • Ancasta Ref 33954
  • Name KUNA

Overview

The grace and elegance of her lines are only complemented by the intelligent design apparent in every detail of the Trader 64 Sunliner. From the moment you step aboard her custom made pasarelle, you will be aware that this is a motor yacht designed for experienced boaters by experienced boaters.

Build

TRADER 64 SUNLINER
Built in 2008

CONSTRUCTION
GRP hull, decks and superstructure, with cored topsides and solid monolithic hull bottom, with structure engineered by High Modulus.
Composite internal watertight bulkheads in SCRIMP.
Deep skeg keel for improved tracking and propeller protection.
Propeller tunnels for shallow angle shaft line and reduced draft.
Vinylester skin coat and epoxy treatment.
Boot top stripe in Awlgrip paint.
Additional Information and Photos
RCD Status: The yacht conforms with the essential safety requirements of Directive 94/25EC or RCDII (2013/53/EU as appropriate
(Recreational Craft Directive) and is categorised A – “Ocean” for 12 persons on board – “B” for 16.

LOA: 65 ft
LWL: 58 ft 1 in
Beam: 17 ft 9 in
Min. Draft: 5 ft 7 in
Max Draft: 5 ft 7 in Displacement: 52630 kg
Number of single berths: 8
Number of Cabins: 4
Number of Heads: 3

Accommodation

SLEEPS EIGHT GUESTS IN FOUR CABINS
Eight berths in four cabins: double forward VIP with centreline double berth (ensuite), guest port twin (ensuite) with two level single berths, starboard guest twin with two single berths (raised upper cross-ships berth) and aft Master cabin (ensuite) with centreline double berth.

Galley to port upon entry forward from aft deck, with full-width saloon forward – sofa to port and two armchairs to starboard. The helm console has a sofa area to port and an aft-facing navigation table to starboard, with a pantographing deck access door to the starboard deck.
Forward stairs access the forward accommodation area, and an aft companionway gives access to the main electrics panel and engine room to the right, washer/dryer and storage cupboards to the left, and then a door aft to the full-beam Master cabin, with the ensuite heads/shower compartment on the port side.

Description of layout from forwards

Forward VIP Double Cabin
Centreline double berth with drawers beneath, two cedar-lined hanging lockers. Overhead, Mxed and reading lighting, with both Mxed and opening port-lights, and overhead opening deck hatch. Fitted cream carpet and white side-linings, white headlining and satin-varnish timber joinery executed to a high standard. Air-conditioning controls and Nush-mounted TV. Smart Mtted bed linen and padded headboard.
Ensuite access.

Forward VIP Double Cabin ensuite heads/shower
Vacuum-Nushing freshwater marine wc, towel radiator, separate shower stall with glass screen and seat, thermostatically controlled shower on Mtted rail, basin and mixer tap set into grey marbled Corian surround, with opening port-light and blind, towel rail and shaving mirror.

Port Twin guest cabin
Two single berths – outboard with drawers beneath, nightstand with drawers, power points, mirror and air-conditioning controls. Flat screen TV mounted to forward bulkhead, with cedar- lined hanging locker forward and then access to ensuite.
Port ensuite/shared heads/shower
Vacuum-Nushing freshwater marine wc, separate shower stall with glass screen and seat, thermostatically controlled shower on Mtted rail, basin and mixer tap set into grey marbled Corian surround, with opening port-light and blind, towel rail and shaving mirror.

Starboard Twin guest cabin
Two single berths – outboard with drawers beneath, upper crossing berth with cedar-lined hanging locker and drawers built in beneath, power points, DAB DVD/stereo unit and air- conditioning controls. Flat screen TV Nush-mounted to side bulkhead.

Galley
One and a half stainless steel sinks with mixer tap. Smeg 4-zone ceramic hob with pan-grips. Stainless steel microwave oven.
Stainless steel electric fan oven.
Bosch dishwasher.
Isotherm front-loading refrigerator and front-loading freezer.

Heads/Showers
The toilet systems used in the Trader 64 Sunliner can use either high pressure fresh water or salt water to Nush.
They do not require a macerator, and therefore are much more resistant to blockages and quieter than traditional marine toilets.
As a back-up, in case of low fresh water, the toilets can be switched by a valve to operate oP the pressurised salt water system.
Waste from the toilets goes directly to the holding tank.

Heating & Ventilation
The Marine Air chilled water air conditioning system devised for the Trader 64 Sunliner has been selected for its eOciency and quietness, enhancing comfort on board.

Machinery

Engines & Gearboxes

Twin Caterpillar C12 diesel engines rated at 700HP
Glendinning EEC electronic engine controls.
Pilothouse, Nybridge and transom helm positions, with an override back-up control is integrated in the pilothouse.
ZF large ratio gearboxes equipped with ZF’s Speedshift system for enhanced low speed manoeuvrability.

Cruising speed: 9 knots
Maximum speed: 15 knots

Propulsion & Steering

5 bladed Class 1 propellers with over 100% blade coverage and cambered surfaces to improve eOciency.
Low propeller tip speed for noise and vibration reduction.
Two variable displacement 75cc hydraulic pumps mounted on the gearboxes of the main engines.
Wesmar hydraulic bow thruster.
Wesmar hydraulic stern thruster.
Hydraulic system can operate even on single engine, and although the number of wheel turns is increased, it will operate even if the hydraulic assistance were to fail.
Hydrofoil section epoxy rudder blades with stainless steel stocks.
Emergency tiller housed in transom lazaretto.

Propulsion & Steering

5 bladed Class 1 propellers with over 100% blade coverage and cambered surfaces to improve efficiency.
Low propeller tip speed for noise and vibration reduction.
Two variable displacement 75cc hydraulic pumps mounted on the gearboxes of the main engines. Wesmar hydraulic bow thruster.

Alternators: 2 x 24V engine–mounted alternators.

Generators: 2 x Onan 17.5KW generators - each capable of running the entire boat.
Generator running hours: Port – 336 / Stbd. - unrecorded

Shore Power:
Two Glendinning Cablemaster shore power connectors at transom locker.
Shore power feeds AC switchboard via 13kVA isolating transformers to prevent earth leakage current and ensure correct polarity of the power; protecting the AC consumers on board.
Plumbing Systems

Fresh Water & Water Heating System:
Pressure is supplied to the fresh water system by two pumps, working in parallel.
A 60 litre per minute AC pump pressurises the system when AC power is available, a 38 litre per minute DC pump at other times & as a back-up.
An accumulator tank maintains constant pressure, and changeover between the pumps is automatic.
Hot water is provided by two 75 litre caloriMers.

Inventory

NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
The Simrad navigation system speciMed for the Trader 64 Sunliner has been developed for reliability and ease of use.

The plotters, radar, autopilot and instruments are integrated, but can be used independently. Thus independent plotter and radar screens are provided at both helms.
2 x Simrad DI 15” colour plotter/radar - pilothouse, with OP30 control pad. Simrad IS20 Wind display - pilothouse .
Simrad IS20 Speed display - pilothouse.
Simrad AP28 autopilot - pilothouse.
Simrad IS20 Rudder Angle display - pilothouse
Simrad IS20 display at navigation table and Owners’ cabin (can be used as a depth alarm at anchor)

1 x Simrad DI 15” colour plotter/radar – Nybridge, with OP40 control pad.
Simrad IS20 Wind display - Nybridge.
Simrad IS20 Speed display - Nybridge.
Simrad IS20 Depth display - Nybridge.
Simrad AP28 autopilot –Nybridge.
The Simrad RS87 DSC VHF system doubles as an intercom between the helms and the owners’ stateroom.

The transom and engine room cameras can be viewed on Info-Bridge (non-functioning) on a split screen or individually.
The views are repeated on a proprietary screen at the Nybridge helm.

CCTV: The Trader 64 Sunliner is equipped with two CCTV cameras.
The transom camera has a wide angle lens and serves for security and as a mooring aid.
The engine room camera has its own LED light source so the engine room can be observed even if its own lights are switched oP.
Both images can be viewed on the Info-Bridge (non-functioning) screen in the pilothouse and on a proprietary 5.8” colour video display on the Nybridge helm.

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