Trader 64 Sunliner

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Summary

  • Make Trader
  • Model 64 Sunliner
  • Year 2008
  • LOA 64ft/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 34699
  • Name Little Mermaid

Overview

The Tarquin Trader 64 was not surprisingly nominated for the Trawler of the Year Award in 2008. Little Mermaid is owner operated, and is equipped for long distance passage-making. With Stabilisers, Bow-thruster and Stern-thruster she makes for easy handling, and comfort at sea. She has one owner from new, and has never been chartered. She offers luxury, spaciousness, and a solid build which we have come to expect from such a prestigious boat builder. All batteries are new for 2019, and we are reliably told that she is maintained to a very high standard.

Build

TARQUIN TRADER 64 SUNLINER
Built by Tarquin Motor Yachts, Cardiff,UK in 2006
Designed by naval architect Tony Castro

CONSTRUCTION
GRP hull, deck and superstructure
Teack to caockpit, decks and flybridge
Structure engineered by High Modulus.
Composite internal watertight bulkheads
Deep skeg keel for improved tracking and propeller protection.

LOA 19.80m
BEAM 5.30m
DRAFT 1.60m
DOSPLACEMENT 40647kg

Accommodation

SLEEPS EIGHT GUESTS IN FOUR CABINS
Owners cabin aft with centreline double bed, facing stern to enjoy the views out of the panoramic aft window.
Ensuite head compartment with toilet, sink and separate shower stall
VIP cabin forward with centreline double bed and plenty of storage space. This cabin also benefits from its own ensuite head compartment
Two guest cabin midships, one with twin beds and the other with upper and lower bunks. These two cabins are sharing the third head compartment
The light and spacious saloon features an open galley midships, with a large seating area aft.

Galley equipped with
4-ring ceramic electric hob.
Fridge & freezer with icemaker plus three further fridges
Dishwasher.
Washing machine and dryer

Machinery

TWIN CAT C12 700HP DIESEL ENGINES
Last service Masy 2019
2x 5-bladed propellers.
2x Rudders controlled via a hydraulic steering system, which can continue to operate but with increased turns required even if the hydraulic system fails and also operates with only one engine running.
1x 25hp hydraulic bow thruster.
1x 25hp hydraulic stern thruster.
Emergency tiller housed in the transom lazarette.
2x variable displacement 75cc hydraulic pumps positioned with the gearboxes serving the main engines.
Stabilizers with controls to the pilothouse and remote controls on the flybridge.
The system is designed so that both thrusters can operate at full power simultaneously and also, if only one engine is running but with the thrusters then running at a reduced power.

ELECTRICS
Voltage systems:
24vDC 50Hz AC system.
Primary domestic system with 12vDC starting circuit and 220v AC via shorepower or generators.

Battery Banks:
400Ah 24v Engine start batteries replaced – February 2019.
600Ah 24v Service batteries replaced – February 2019.
200Ah 24v Nav. Back up battery replaced – February 2019.

Charging / Inverter:
2x 2Kw battery chargers.
5Kw Inverter.

Generators:
2x Onan Marine 17.5kw generators.
4-stroke, water cooled 4-cylinder diesel powered generators.

WATER SYSTEM
PLUMBING & GAS SYSTEMS
Fresh Water:
Pressure is supplied to the fresh-water system by two pumps, working in parallel.
Hot water via a 1x 115 litre calorifier.
Hot water is heated by either heat exchangers from the main engines, or by a 2kW heating element.
An accumulator tank maintains the pressure and the changeover between the pumps is done automatically.
A 60 litre per minute AC pump pressurises the system when AC power is available, whilst a 38 litre per minute DC pump acts as a backup.
Shower outlets are protected by thermostatically controlled mixers.
Drinking water is distributed directly to a proprietary faucet in the galley, and to icemaker in the saloon.
Both of these outlets are further protected by in line filters with ultrafine micro-straining, molecular capture and electrostatic removal to ensure the quality of the water.
Pressure is supplied to the drinking water system by a dedicated DC pump.

Saltwater System:
Saltwater is bought into the boat via the sea chest in the engine room.
This reduces the number of intakes to just three, one either side of the keel and underneath the bunk room floor via a manual seacock for deck wash.
Either intake is large enough to provide sufficient cooling water to both main engines, should the other intake become blocked.
The sea chest is a GRP chamber, laminated into the hull structure for strength.
It extends above the high-water line for safety and has an access hatch in the top.
Inside a strainer filters the water before it is taken to each consumer.
The consumers are individually plumbed to the sea chest, and each supply line is protected by a valve.
The consumers are two main engines, two generators and the pressurised saltwater system.
The pressurised saltwater system supplies the anchor wash, fore and aft deck fire hose connections and the back-up for toilet system.
It is supplied by an automatic pressure controlled 38-litre per minute pump, situated in forward bilge. Operation of this pump is indicated on Info-Bridge.

Bilge Pumps:
The bilge is made up of four compartments, separated by watertight bulkheads.
Each compartment has an automatic bilge pump with a 220ltr. per minute capacity. These function automatically and are powered from the “always on” or “hot” bus part of the DC system.
They can be manually activated from the pilothouse monitoring computer and the control panel.
Each bilge is protected by an industrial sensor high level bilge alarm.
In addition to the dedicated bilge pumps, a 240 litre per minute run-dry emergency bilge pump is run from a main engine. A manifold allows this unit to pump from any bilge compartment. The outlet for this pump is located high in the topsides so it would retain its effectiveness even in case of an extreme list.
A mimic panel shows the status of the bilge, sump and saltwater pressure pump.

TANKAGE
DIESEL 7000 litres
WATER 1200 litres
HOLDING TANKS 560 litres

Inventory

NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
Garmin radar and chart plotter to the flybridge helm position – 2019.
Depth.
Speed.
Simrad Autohelm.
Forward looking sonar.
Fishfinder.
Rudder angle instrument.
Windspeed and direction indicator.
Steering compass.
Forward looking sonar and fishfinder

EXTRA INVENTORY
Bose Sound system plus sound system to each of the sleeping cabins.
TVs to the saloon and sleeping cabins.
Sound system to each of the sleeping cabins.
Underwater lighting.
William 385 inflatable jet tender with electro-hydraulic tender crane on flybridge

SAFETY EQUIPMENT
2x liferafts.
Automatic fire extinguisher in engine room

GROUND TACKLE
2x 24v reverse electric anchor windlasses are concealed below the deck and controlled from both helm positions plus the additional controls to the cockpit.
Anchor wash connection outlet.
2x Bow rollers.
1x Replaced Ultra Anchor.
1x Original 21kg Danforth Anchor.
Approximately 100m of anchor chain.
2x Anchor chain counters, to both the helm and the flybridge
Mooring cleats, bollards and fairleads as appropriate.

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