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Farr Nauta 72
595,000 Tax Not Paid | Rhode Island United States of America
- Make Farr
- Model Nauta 72
- Year 1994
- LOA 72ft/22m
- Class Cruiser Racer
- Hull Glass Reinforced Plastic
- Keel Fin Keel
- Rig Cutter
- Engine Single Diesel
- Drive Shaft Drives
- Layout Centre Cockpit
- Berths 6
- Cabins 3
- Ancasta Ref 33127
- Name Baleine
OverviewFarr Nauta 72 for sale:
This Bruce Farr-designed racer/cruiser, was built by CCYD and Nauta Yachts, Italy for an experienced owner (yacht was originally named “Gibian”). The vessel successfully combines outstanding performance with a refined interior that gives the impression of both comfort and casual elegance.
While sailing, the center cockpit provides a safe environment free to view the action, while leaving the aft cockpit free to all boat handling tasks.
This pedigreed yacht has been well cared for by her owners and always maintained by professional crew. The beauty of her sheer lines is indisputable, she is admired wherever she sails or anchors.
BALEINE comes with tested blue water performance, in good condition with many upgrades and new equipment.
For further information and viewing arrangements please contact Hanne Niederbracht in the Palma office or call +34 616 04 68 50
BuildFARR NAUTA 72
Built by CCYDand Nauta Yachts, Italy in 1994
Designed by Bruce Farr
RigSLOOP/ CUTTER RIG
Hood aluminium white painted mast, four sets of spreaders.
Axxon carbon V boom (2015).
The mast was last removed in 2017 and totally serviced, painted, rewired with all mast wiring controlled by the Mastervolt Bus System.
The mast has all new LED navigation, up-lights and spreader lights, VHF aerials and air horn, and is fitted with new runners and check-stays.
Hydraulic Reckmann furlers for headstay and cutter stay.
Crusader spi pole, stows on mast.
Navtec hydraulics for vang, backstay and baby-stay. All Navtec hydraulics serviced 2016.
Lopolight LED masthead anchor light Foredeck light
Lopolight LED sailing lights
(2) Amphibian spreader lights by Ocean LED
Main sail, Crusader cruising laminate, fully battened (2015)
Head sail, Crusader cruising laminate (2015) on a hydraulic Reckmann furler (serviced 2016)
Stay sail, Crusader cruising laminate (2015) on a hydraulic Reckmann furler (serviced 2016)
DECK EQUIPMENT & FITTINGS
Winches: by Lewmar
2 x 88 self tailing primary winches at aft cockpit. Electric;
2 x self tailing, manual winches at aft cockpit for staysail or runners;
2 x 66 self tailing winches (one either side of the mast), electric;
2 x manual winches (one either side of the mast);
Forepeak Hatch: The sliding hatch (new Perspex fitted, 2010) provides access for the crew when at anchor.
Deck Hatches: All Goiot hatches forward of the mast replaced 2006.
Mid-hatch, new Perspex in 2011.
Dinghy Chocks: The stainless-steel chocks are totally removable.
In the center cockpit there are (2) 20/20 B&G displays.
The cockpit table has (2) hinged leaves and was re-veneered in 2009.
The forward sprayhood (dodger) folds down and hides away.
The bimini with s/s frame folds out of the way aft with cover.
Center console pedestal (new 2011) with a 76-inch wheel, with a laminated teak and maple varnished outer, and stainless-steel spokes. Cover for wheel.
Sprayhood at aft entrance.
Binnacle compass (new 2009);
Furuno Navnet 3D radar/chart-plotter;
Icom Commander VHF (new 2016).
To port are the autopilot controls, and to starboard are the controls for the headsail furlers, with transom door and engine.
Forward of the wheel there are port and starboard seats with lockers below.
Liferaft locker recessed in the cockpit sole.
There is a large lazarette that holds the steering gear, emergency steering tiller and the carbon passarelle/gangway (new 2005) with room to spare.
Opening Transom: The full-width opening transom has ample storage for a deflated dinghy and outboard, with room for dive gear and more. It also has a swim platform, hot/cold shower; a removable set of swim/boarding ladders with teak treads, together with the side-boarding ladder that is also stored in the transom.
AccommodationSLEEPS SIX GUESTS IN THREE CABINS PLUS TWO CREW
Full-width ensuite aft cabin with separate large single beds, one to port and one starboard, both with book storage and bedside lamps. There are plenty of cupboards, hanging space and drawer storage. The master stateroom has direct access up to the aft cockpit via a beautifully crafted ladder, that can be easily folded up when not in use. The ensuite bathroom is of good size with a head and separate shower, plus plenty of deep-shelved cupboard storage or locker storage behind the head. The shower, with teak grate, has a mixer tap with adjustable/removable nozzle head.
Full-width main salon with light cream upholstery and cushions.
To port, the dining table seats six and extends to seat more if needed. There are fully-fitted cabinets for crockery and glassware, a flatware drawer, and a pull-out drawer for various sized bottles.
To starboard there is seating, and a cocktail table with storage underneath. A fitted cupboard above also hides the multi-regional DVD player and the Sony 38-inch flat screen television controller. Next, there is a Sony flat screen TV that rises from its concealed housing behind the sofa. Following, there is a bar area with a fitted cupboard for cocktail glasses, a top-entry, double-lid fridge, and hanging baskets for champagne, beer, wine and mixers, plus another fitted cupboard with room for twelve good-sized bottles, and three shallow drawers for tableware.
There are fitted crew protective covers for the main salon seating, tables and chart table area.
There are two guest cabins - one aft of the salon to port, and the other forward to starboard.
The aft guest cabin has upper/lower berths.
The forward one has a lower double berth and an upper Pullman berth.
Both cabins have hanging cupboard space and drawers for storage.
Each has an ensuite head with shower with teak grate, sink and storage cupboards next to and behind the vanity mirror.
Through a door forward from the main salon (to port) is the galley.
Alpes Inox gimbaled Italian stainless steel 4-burner gas hob stove with electric rotisserie and electric grill; Alpes Inox adjustable stainless steel extractor with light above stove;
Top and front-opening freezer;
(3) Front-opening fridges with shelves;
Double sink with pull-out mixer faucet, separate filtered water faucet;
Over-countertop storage cupboards; Drawer space;
Under-sink storage; Under-floor storage;
All countertops have LED under lighting;
Situated aft of the salon on starboard side. Located below the chart table are all the battery isolators and emergency switching. Under the chart table seat storage, you will find the Mastervolt DC switching and fuses, all connected to the Masterbus system. (All new and rewired, 2009)
The crew cabin is forward of the galley, with upper and lower bunks. There is cupboard space and hanging storage. Opposite the bunks is the crew head. The head is fitted with a stainless steel sink, toilet and shower. There are storage cupboards next to and behind the mirror.
The forepeak, forward of the crew accommodations, is accessed via a watertight door (serviced and painted, 2008). The forepeak houses the Max Power bow thruster and access to the chain locker with new hatch (fitted in 2009). The forepeak sliding hatch has four latches and has an Antigua Sails wind chute for anchorages.
Access from the passage from aft cabin to saloon. Air conditioning unit mounted above the engine, with the control unit to port and the raw water cooling pump below. On the same mounts is the first stage water-maker pump, with the second stage mounted above the generator and the three membranes to starboard.
Switch room is located opposite the engine room behind the chart table, and contains the AC switch panel, battery charger/inverters and the 110V inverter. It also houses the bilge pumps, the water-maker control panel and the Lewmar power pack.
MachineryONE MAN 270HP DIESEL ENGINE
(removed from vessel and totally rebuilt 2006.)
Major overhaul, 2016).
Gear box (new 2006)
Max prop folding propeller (rebuilt and serviced 2010; new shaft, 2006)
Max Power retractable (re-built 2016) bowthruster
Westerbeke 12.5 kW / 220 v / 50 Hz (new 2005. Major overhaul, 2016)
Condaria 19,000 BTU reverse-cycle, with (6) air handlers aircon
DC alternator regulator for both DC alternators (for the house and the engine start batteries)
175 amp house alternator (new 2010)
Engine start alternator.
Shore Power 50 amp, bow and stern connection
(2) 24 v DC batteries (new 2016)
(2) Mastervolt 24 v DC / 60 amp battery charger/inverter: 1500w combined 3kW. (new 2009)
Mastervolt-24 v DC / 100 amp battery charger (new 2015)
Mastervolt – 24 v DC / 110 v / 60 hz inverter (2003)
(2) Mastervolt easy displays. Touch screens opposite chart table and in galley (new 2009/2011)
Mastervolt – engine start battery (new 2010)
Mastervolt equipment connected together via Masterbus system
All batteries new, 2015
Hydro Electrique Marine water maker
Approximately 650 liters in (6) stainless steel tanks with (2) pumps.
(2) Stainless steel tanks with (2) Sealand 24 v DC and (2) Whale hand pumps with changeover manifold.
(4) Stainless steel tanks, each with an overboard pump located below each shower tray.
The foredeck has (2) anchors on bow rollers. One is stainless steel and the other galvanized.
Both have galvanized steel chains, 250’ & 300’.
The Lofrans anchor windlass (overhauled in 2016) is housed in a deck locker with a rope capstan above deck.
Also in the deck locker is a salt and fresh water anchor/deck wash manifold with two outlets, plus a night light operated from the fore-peak.
VHF – Icom M412 with antenna on masthead (fitted/installed 2014).
Icom Commander VHF (new 2016), at helm.
Iridium – Skanti satellite phone with antenna aft.
Inmarsat Fleet One (fitted/installed 2016).
Sat C with antenna aft.
Furuno GPS + Navtex.
Furuno Navnet 3D radar/chart-plotter at helm;
Microsoft surface computer with Maxsea navigation
Brookes and Gatehouse instruments:
B&G Hercules 2000 display at chart table.
MFD units at cockpit
Autopilot – Simrad AP25 display at chart table and controls at helm.
Binnacle compass (new 2009) at helm;
(4) Shakespeare VHF aerials.
AB 360 (new 2016) with Yamaha 25 hp (new 2016)
Sun Awnings for the main decks, sailing bimini and dodgers for both mid and aft cockpits (all new, 2016)