Green Marine 97
1,990,000 Tax Paid | Location: Cartagena
- Make Green Marine
- Model 97
- Year 2000
- LOA 97ft/30m
- Class Cruiser Racer
- Hull Carbon Fibre
- Keel Fin Keel
- Rig Sloop
- Engine Single Diesel
- Drive Shaft Drives
- Layout Aft Cockpit
- Berths 10
- Cabins 5
- Ancasta Ref 29721
- Name Maria Alba II
OverviewOriginally built as Leopard of London. Maria Alba II was launched in June 2000, the yacht was designed to have the performance to compete in regattas coupled with the luxury to charter. The yacht was conceived, built and engineered by a team of the highest pedigree: Reichel/Pugh as the design team; Green Marine of Southampton built the hull, deck and primary structures; Ken Freivokh Designs handled the yacht's interior and exterior design. The result is a yacht with race course performance but since purchase in 2006 by her current owners her role has been as a cruiser mainly in Mediterranean waters. In this time she has enjoyed extensive improvements for cruising her interior being upgraded as well as a new decks, engine, genset and mainsail along with upgrades and renewals in keeping with a yacht of this pedigree.
BuildHULL and CONSTRUCTION:
Green Marine Carbon composite hull built in the UK in 2000
The hull is built of pre preg carbon, Kevlar and E-glass on a Nomex core
In high load areas the core is eliminated in favour of solid laminate
Epoxy resin was used throughout.
Awlgrip paint system – topsides painted in navy blue, in 2008.
New teak laid decks, 2012, with 8mm thickness.
Carbon blade rudder and stock.
Dual steering wheels, lightweight steering quadrant bolted to single rudder stock.
Emergency tiller in lazarette.
Automated Water Ballast System 6 tons, (3.0 tons each tank). Pump replaced 2013.
2 tanks each side - seawater in/out and pump across.
LOA 29.49m 96’9”
LWL 25.74m 84’5”
Beam 6.59m 21’8”
Draft 4.98m 16’4”
Displacement 45,150 kg (empty) approx 50 tons
Fuel capacity 2900 litres
Water 2100 litres
In current ownership since 2006 the yacht was renamed Maria Alba II and has undergone steady improvement since. Whilst most modifications have been aimed at improving her usability as a cruising yacht, a strict weight budget of one ton was adhered to in order not to overly affect her sailing characteristics. The main aims were to improve usability, and to improve self sufficiency so that the yacht could cruise and be at anchor without the need for port visits.
The current owners have used MARIA ALBA II almost purely for cruising with family and friends. The yacht always had full crew and professional maintenance. Mostly the yacht has been used in the Mediterranean but she did cross for one winter to the Caribbean (so did two trans-atlantics – there and back). Otherwise they have enjoyed her only during the Mediterranean summer seasons. Usually with thirty straight days each summer coastal cruising, and almost always on anchor at night. Places visited have included, Turkey, Greece, Croatia, Italy, Balearics. During summer 2013 the yacht was virtually used only for day sailing. Her home port is Cartagena mainland Spain.
Maria Alba II was originally built as Leopard of London. Launched in June 2000, the yacht was designed to have the performance to compete in regattas coupled with the luxury to charter.
The yacht was conceived, built and engineered by a team of the highest pedigree: Reichel/Pugh as the design team; Green Marine of Southampton built the hull, deck and primary structures; Ken Freivokh Designs handled the yacht's interior and exterior design; Southampton Yacht Services ran the systems designs and implementation. At approx 45 tons displacement and with ample sail area, she is clearly able to deliver on the performance, while her luxury accommodations (considerably upgraded in the last years) attest to her excellent cruising suitability.
As Leopard of London she was a keen competitor on the racing circuit worldwide, competing in the Fastnet, Sydney-Hobart, and Middle Sea Race, among others. She broke the record in the Round-the-Island race (Isle of Wight) in 2001.
A more complete list of recent refitting works is included at the end of this specification, but here below are some of the main items added or upgraded, starting spring of 2008.
• Full rig refit Sept 2014 (mast out etc)
• New teak decks, 2012
• New engine, 2012
• New generator unit, 18kva, 2010
• Increased Air conditioning capacity and system overhaul 2008
• Bow thruster installed, 2008
• Second generator added, Panda 10 KVA, 2008
• Additional refrigerator
• Additional battery capacity
• Dedicated chart plotting system
• Additional shore power capacity
• Man overboard bracelet and alarm system
• Full interior accommodation refit (wood treated and stained) - part 2008 and part 2010.
• New interior soft furnishings, some fittings, varnish, etc.
• New main sail, 2011
• Full rigging overhaul 2008 and a NDT inspection 2010
• Topsides painted 2008
RigMAST & RIGGING:
October 2014 the yacht completed a full standing rigging check, the mast was out and all parts checked / replaced as required. Full details available on request.
Carbon fibre mast and boom by Hall Spars, painted white.
Five spreader rig with discontinuous rod rigging.
Harken Furler for head stay (manual furler with line to a winch).
Navtec hydraulic systems for back stay adjustment, mainsail out haul, inner forestay, and vang.
Forestay renewed June 2014. Removable cutter stay.
Full rigging overhaul 2008 and a NDT inspection 2010.
2 x Genoa Car systems Frederiksen .
Traveller Car system Frederiksen bush-button hydraulic operation and dump .
Slab reefing mainsail.
Spinnaker pole (in container).
Lewmar Commander hydraulic power pack for running winches x 7
North 3DL full batten mainsail – new April 2011.
Quantum furling Genoa, 2008.
A comprehensive and extensive linventory of other older sails is included – all containerised list on request
Mainsheet. Lewmar ASTOR - 111 – drum -11inch / 280mm – Self-tailing – 4 speed – hydraulic;
2 x Primary Lewmar ASTOR - 111 – drum -11inch / 280mm – Self-tailing – 4 speed – hydraulic;
2 x Secondary Lewmar ASTOR -111 – drum -11inch / 280mm – Self-tailing – 3 speed – hydraulic;
2 x Runner Lewmar ASTOR -111 – drum -11inch / 280mm – Self-tailing – 3 speed – hydraulic;
2 x Pit winch Lewmar ASTOR - 90 – 3-speed;
2 x Pit winch Harken 88s (installed by current owner, July 2009);
10 x Spinlock Jammers.
AccommodationINTERIOR and ACCOMMODATION:
6/8 berths for owner & guests. 4 crew berths (plus possibility of one extra in focsle).
The interior finish of the saloon and forward access was all retreated and refinished
Black/grey striped upholstery. Grey crew covers.
The crew area and galley aft has original finish.
Owner stateroom forward with centreline double bed, full ensuite facilities including a circular shower stall.
Double guest cabin to port, with ensuite facilities including circular shower stall. Head area is also accessed direct from the passage way so as to act as a “day head”.
Twin guest cabin to starboard, with ensuite facilities including circular shower stall.
Two crew cabins aft, one double, one twin with upper and lower beds.
The crew head and shower are separate.
Bow deck/locker access from deck only – chain/windlass and stowage and 2 pipe berths.
From forward –
Owner double cabin with centreline bed, shelving outboard, lockers to port and starboard, one hanging, one shelves. Drawer and stowage under bed; desk/vanity to port with mirror and stool.
Ensuite bathroom to starboard with circular shower with revolving Perspex door, sink unit and electric head.
Door aft to passage. Mast on centreline.
Double guest cabin to port with lockers, fan, storage under bed, lee cloth. Full ensuite head and shower (with circular shower with revolving Perspex door, sink unit and electric wc) but with access also from the passageway as a day head. The cabin has a removable extra pipe berth to sleep an extra guest (child).
Twin guest cabin to starboard with lee cloths, lockers, fan and full ensuite facilities as per double cabin. This cabin also has a removable extra pipe berth to sleep an extra guest (child).
Aft along the passageway and up two steps to the saloon. Sofa seating to port with coffee table. Circular seating to starboard with dining table. Stowage locker area aft.
Companionway central up to cockpit via 5 steps.
On portside – sliding door aft and 2 steps down to the crew area & galley. With:-
Chart table to port, facing forward and electrical panels outboard;
Crew manual head and washbasin unit;
Crew shower unit;
Captain double cabin aft;
Central half height unit houses the big gen set and counter serves as work space / crew dining area;
Galley to starboard (open plan to nav area etc) with good stowage and work space.
Aft of the galley is a twin crew cabin from where there is access to the spacious lazarette - (also accessible from the deck) - where the second genset, freezer etc are housed.
On deck are 3 liferaft lockers (1 used for safety gear) & further storage area in the scoop transom.
Galley equipment includes:
Four burner Bosch electric stove, provided with fiddles.
Bosch extractor hood over the hob.
Freezer Domestic 220V (Under Counter) .
Maria Alba II
Freezer in Lazarette.
Refrigerator- Iceberg Fridge system.
U-line ice-maker, model 55 - 7kg/day, in lazarette, new 2011.
The galley area was modified in the 2008 refit with addition of the extra large Iceberg fridge and other upgrades.
MachineryENGINE & MAJOR SYSTEMS:
Yanmar 4LHA-STP 240hp diesel engine new in 2012 (under companionway / saloon floor).
ZF 63 gearbox, ratio 2.81 vertical offset, reverse reduction marine transmission.
Approx cruise speed under power 12 knots.
Approx engine hours – 629 at April 2015
Gori 28” folding prop with overdrive, 2008
50mm stainless shaft
Aquadrive, antivibration coupling, renewed Feb 2010
Speed under sail 12 to 20+ knots
Hydraulics: Lewmar Commander system driving the winches.
Bow Thruster: MaxPower hydraulic - Retractable S04 R300, 25 Kw, installed April 2008. Has its own battery bank. Max hydraulic power 25kw, dual-prop 3-blade.
1x Fisher Panda 10 KVA (2008) Installed in lazarette. 1693 hours, at April 2015
1x Kohler 18 KVA (2010), Installed under central unit of crew area. 1663 hours, at April 2015
Condaria – dual compressor chilled water system 144,000 BTU with Marine Air Systems - chilled water Air-Handlers.
Reverse cycle for heating.
Individual controllable Air-Handlers: Master cabin, Saloon, 2 x Guests cabins, Galley
Water-maker: Selmar 220 Litres per hour, (installed in lazarette).
Mastervolt DC/AC panel at chart table.
24V DC system. 220 Volt AC system 50 Hz.
Shore Power: 220V AC system 50 Hz 64 Amp.
Charles 12 KVA / 50 Amp Isolation Transformer.
Mastervolt Inverter: 24 V DC to 220 V AC, 2500 Watt
Mastervolt inverter, 1500 W.
2 x Mastervolt chargers.
House / Service: 1500 Ah 24V - Sonnenschien A602 / 1200Ah - dryfit technology, gel-deep cycle, 2 volt vertical cells (03 / 2008).
Navigation: 150Ah 12V Hankook Calcium MF 160 G51R - Maintenance free - 12V 120Ah at 5hr,150Ah at 20Hr.
Emergency Navigation: 100Ah 12V. Wet cell.
Starting battery: 240Ah 12V + 80Ah 12V Rombat Heavy Duty PHM 135, 12V 135AH.
Bow thruster: 150 Ah 24V Exide Maxxima deep cycle 12 * 12 volt * 50Ah = 300Ah @ 24v
PLUMBING & PUMPS:
High speed PTO bilge/fire pump.
Electric bilge/fire pump Type Giannesci. 1.5 kW 24 volt.
4 x Rule 3700 electrical bilge pumps.
Manual bilge pump.
3 x electric marine heads.
1 x manual marine head.
Grey water: showers drain to sumps and overboard on float switch system.
All the heads are flushed to holding tanks:
-The Crew holding tank is 70 liters.
-The Port Guest holding tank is 100 liters.
-The Starboard Guest and Master head share a 95 liter holding tank.
InventoryNAVIGATION EQUIPMENT & COMMUNICATIONS:
B&G Hercules 2000 & 3000 systems, including:-
2 x FFDs at chart table, FFD at captain’s cabin, 4 x MFD’s on deck by helms;
B&G 40/40 pod on mast;
B&G Wind / depth / log Processor.
Furuno radar, screen at chart table, scanner on mast.
Simrad GB40 plotter system, on four screens (1 at each helm, 1 at nav table and on to the TV), system new in 2010), with C Map charts.
Leica GPS, MX412 DGPS at chart table;
Furuno GPS, GP-31 at chart table;
Navtex Furuno NX300 at chart table, new 2010.
There is a Dell computer screen at the chart table, with E-charts on nav station Dell computer. But this is now superseded by the newer Simrad system though The Dell laptop etc remain on board.
Inmarsat Mini M Thrane & Thrane TT-3064
Satcom C - data only system.
Navicom VHF radio RT650 DSC plus RT650 mobile hand held unit - with AIS and MOB bracelet system, 2010.
Furuno 2721 VHF
ICOM 810 SSB radio (currently not installed in the yacht but available).
CD player in saloon & cabins
BOSE home entertainment system, 2008
DVD - Video - CD- CDR- MP3.
Loewe TV 32 inch LCD on portside aft of saloon, 2008
General deck items:
Carbon fibre gangway multiplex. 2 lifelines.
NZ built “Aquapro” 13ft RIB dinghy and Yamaha 40hp outboard engine.
2 x 8 persons Zodiac liferaft, serviced and in date.
1 x 6 persons Zodiac liferaft – included but not guaranteed nor in date.
1 x 30 man platform style liferaft - included but not guaranteed nor in date.
Selection of inflatable and normal harnesses/life jackets.
There is a comprehensive selection of galley, cooking, dining and bedding equipment included.
Windlass Lewmar 3000 electric, recessed in bow locker and with remote plug in control.
Removable anchor arm (removable for racing).
CQR 140 lbs anchor, on a removable anchor arm
100 m of 12mm grade 40 chain
Mooring lines etc.
Bimini fixed / removable (not folding).
Sun awning (shrouds to runners).
Small awning on the forward deck.
2 x containers – one for sails/storage, one for workshop – both in Cartagena.
Cradle for onshore storage.