1986 built Arun 60 semi-displacement motor yacht
This remarkable motor yacht was originally launched in 1987 with the hull laid up by Halmatic to the designs of G L Watson and the final fit out and finish by Camper and Nicholson.
With an original design remit based around extended cruising and highlighting security and safety at sea, 'Cobalt' fits the bill on all counts.
Powered by twin 1080hp GM 12 VTA Detroit diesels, she will pick up her skirts to reach speeds in excess of 25 knots but also has a range of approximately 2000 nautical miles when displacement cruising.
With the expertise of true shipwrights at initial build, her wonderful light oak interior joinery is of a quality rarely seen with an appearance that belies her years.
Cobalt has always been skipper maintained during her current ownership and is offered for sale with a very extensive inventory of equipment.
Her internal layout combines a palatial aft cabin, large and airy saloon with lower helm station, well appointed galley and an ingenious convertible forward cabin layout.
Externally, Cobalt offers an aft deck made for entertaining with a command bridge style helm station and wide and very secure side decks.
Cobalt must be seen to really appreciate her build quality but we are convinced she would make the perfect motor yacht for those minded towards some serious passage making.
Available to view 7 days a week on her Hamble River berth.
Please contact Alex or Chris on 023 8045 8524 for further information or to arrange your viewing.
A full set of external and internal photos are available on request.
1986 ARUN 60 SEMI DISPLACEMENT MOTOR YACHT
Hull by Halmatic with fit out by Camper and Nicholson
Designed by G L Watson
Navy blue GRP hull, cream superstructure with teak laid aft deck and semi flybridge
Hand crafted oak interior
LOA: 63" (19.2m)
BEAM: 18" (5.5m)
DRAUGHT: 5"3' (1.6m)
DISPLACEMENT: 35 Tons
Above figures are from the manufacturers specifications
PART 1 BRITISH REGISTERED
SLEEPS UP TO 6 IN ONE DOUBLE MASTER CABIN AND TWO BUNKED BERTH CABINS
Forward port and starboard cabins are symmetrical with two bunk berths that have a removal partitioning bulkhead to create one larger cabin.
Excellent storage with hanging lockers
Ensuite access from both cabins including toilet, wash basin with mixer taps and shower
Spacious aft cabin with island king sized double berth
Seating to both port and starboard of the bed
Numerous hanging lockers
Dressing table and mirror with pull out stool
Air conditioning controls next to the bed
Mini bar fridge
Hidden TV compartment
Speakers and radio
Aft cabin ensuite to port with toilet, bidet, sink and large walk in shower
Sociable saloon with internal helm controls forward
Centered is a custom built Bostrum Viking series 300 helm seat finished in blue suede
L shaped settee situated to port finished in blue suede
High gloss wood finished folding leaf table
Storage to starboard with drinks cabinet, hidden TV compartment, DVD player and internal speaker system
Forward set of stairs lead down to galley to port which includes Siemens 4 burner electric hob, oven and extractor
American style fridge freezer with fresh water outlet and ice maker
Stainless steel sink with macerator
Dinette on the starboard side opposite the galley with folding table.
Laundry room situated to aft port quarter with Siemens washer and dryer
Crusair air conditioning throughout the vessel
Twin GM 12 VTA Detroit 1080hp diesel engines
ZF hydraulic gearboxes
Floscan real time fuel monitors
Electro hydraulic trim tabs with position indicators
Cruising speed approx:15 knots
Maximum speed approx: 27 knots
Approx:1500 engine hours to date
Two Sleipner - Sidepower Bow thrusters
Rexroth rear jet thruster
Vosper mini fin stabilisers
Dedicated engine start and domestic battery banks
Loadafloat 30 amp charger
Studer Combi 100 amp charger and 4 kw inverter
Twin 20 kw HFL generators
Fuel: 11,000 litres (2500 gallons) in four GRP centre line tanks
Water: 1090 litres (240 gallons)
Black water tank:180 litres (40 gallons)
Above figures taken from manufacturers specification
Raytheon Nav 398
GPS/LOR Autohelm depth indicator/ echosounder
Phillips ap navigator
Furuno VX2 Plotter and Radar with repeater on flybridge
Cetrek 737 Autopilot with repeater on flybridge
Hypo Marine rudder angle indicator
Walker 360 wind angle
Rigel tide meter
Navtex weather fax
Sailor 2047 VHF RT
Shipmate 8600 VHF
Francis marine electric windlass with helm and deck controls
Francis capstan on aft deck
Danforth stern anchor
50kg Bruce anchor
Avon rib with 50hp Yamaha engine
Warps and fenders
Tracvision Sat TV
466 kg Simpson electro-hydaulic crane
Automatic and manual bilge pumps
Francis search light
Stern bathing platform and ladder
Blinds to all saloon windows