Specially designed for blue water cruising, its size and maneuverability make her the perfect couple and family boat. Get there fast and stay as long as you want with this well outfitted, well maintained 2014 Neel Trimaran. The flat and stable platform enables the ability to regularly sail 200 miles per day, ensuring you enjoyably reach your destination with all the comforts of home.
V includes 3 double cabins as well as dual single berths (forward and aft) in the port float including air conditioning, lights, and fans for each. The master to starboard has an ensuite, single button electric head with integrated macerator pump. The second head with the same configuration is located just to the port as you enter the main cabin.
Entering the main salon, a wall mounted television to port is just aft of a dual drawer Vitrifrigo refrigerator with a microwave oven above. A large storage locker sits below the built in freezer. The helm station is forward facing and includes autopilot controls for monitoring parameters as well as allowing sailing direction control via the autopilot controls keeping you out of the weather on long, harsh passages.
To starboard in the main salon is a large settee with seating all around allowing for a panoramic view of the horizon. A deep storage hatch sits behind the settee facing starboard and a smaller one forward with access below the seat as well. LED lighting throughout ensures your power stays on even without generator or sun. Access to the forward berth includes a sliding access for privacy and security while underway.
The central galley includes Corian countertops with a double sink on the port side. In addition to fresh water, a dedicated salt water wash pump supplies water to the aft sink. The forward sink includes fresh water as well as the water maker output. Storage above the sink allows for ample food storage and deep drawers below the forward sink provide ample storage for cookware. On the starboard side, a three-burner stove sits above an oven both operating from an electric gas shutoff valve located in the starboard locker. Additional storage for cookware and dishes is below and above the counter.
The wide deck space provides ample room for entertaining and for hanging out on the tampolines or in a hanging deck chair. Some details from bow to stern are included below;
• The front includes a carbon fiber bow sprit with accommodations for a spinnaker if you want to add one.
• Danforth 45lb anchor
• 150 feet anchor chain
• Anchor washdown
• Spare 300ft anchor line
• Port and starboard lockers allow storage for docklines and fishing gear.
• Massive storage in the starboard AMA for offshore transport of fenders, lines, fishing gear, inflatable SUPs or whatever you want to take with you.
• Port and starboard aft deck lockers store lifejackets, a life raft, a barbeque, cleaning supplies, and spares.
• Aft on the port side is a 200lb Dinghy Lift
• Floating VHF radio for dinghy
• 2018 Canvas screen installed
• Starboard side includes an electric winch for raising the main and lounge seat
• Helm station (port side) includes bow thruster control and dual winches
Electronics have been maintained and upgraded from the factory installation. The main helm station features a touchscreen Raymarine e95 MFD chart plotter with separate configurable Raymarine displays. Recent upgrades include the addition of the Raymarine AIS installed with new control unit along with replacing the Raymarine ACU-400 Actuator Control Unit.
The electrical work on V was done in Annapolis Maryland. At commissioning in 2014, the system was wired for 110VAC service, the Northern Lights generator installed and the three (3) separate AC systems were installed. They include a 16000 BTU Cruisair AC in the salon, a 12000 BTU Cruisair AC supplying the port cabin and port float, and a 6000 BTU Cruisair AC supplying the master cabin Starboard. At that time a MagnaSine 2500Watt inverter with integrated 100A charger was installed. Since then, V has had multiple upgrades which are listed below by year:
2019: New water heater- Nautic 5.3 gallon 1200 Watt engine/AC
• Installed 3rd set of solar panels (115 Watt Solara Sun Power) with Victron MPPT chargers
• Upgraded all Victron MPPT regulators to LiION charging settings
• 4 X 100Ahr RELION Lithium Ion batteries
• New lifeline AGM GPL-3100 bow thruster battery
• New Magnum Shunt
• New 150AMP Balmar Alternator
• New Magnum Battery Monitoring Kit (BMK)
• GLOMEX webboat 4G and Wifi antenna
• New White/Blue Deck light
• Basement Washing Machine
• Installed SPECTRA Cape Horn Extreme watermaker (15gal/hr)
2017: Installed 2nd set of solar panels (115 Watt Solara Sun Power) with Victron MPPT chargers
2015: Installed 1st set of solar panels (115 Watt Solara Sun Power) with Victron MPPT chargers
The engine, generator, watermaker and steerage components are accessible from the enormous basement access not found on any other yacht of this class. A full-size ladder gains access to the mechanical components without exposing you to the elements common with rear access catamarans. The Yanmar 4JH5E 54 HP diesel engine (1700 hrs) with automatic fuel priming includes an inline Racor fuel filter to keep it running. Through hulls are centrally located at the bottom of the ladder for the generator, air conditioning and watermaker.
Overboard discharge from the showers is gravity fed eliminating the need for shower sumps. In 2019 the holding tank discharge valves were replaced with Marelon through-hulls to reduce weight and eliminate the possibility of corrosion, keeping the engine compartment bright and clean.
The Northern lights 7kW generator (598hrs) features a sound enclosure and simple access from the front. Regular and preventive maintenance has kept all systems running clean and smooth. The Installed Basement ARB refrigerator/freezer.
Sails and rigging are as designed to keep the solid integrity of the vessel with the ease of a simple and robust sail plan. The main includes an integrated downhaul that can be relocated when sailing downwind as a preventer. The simple sail plan allows single handling with comfort and ease. An electric winch on the main halyard allows for simple raising during regular sailing, or while reefing in high winds. Roller Furlers on the genoa and staysail all route back to the helm station for ease of deployment or furling. Dual winches at the helm operate the main and jib sheets from a single point, or the jib can be relocated to the starboard winch for crew when on a port tack. The square-top main provides 60 square meters of sail area with a 46 square meter jib or 20 square meter Self-tacking Staysail.
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