MAXI 1300 - "Jolly Roger"
Built in 2008, price 286.000.- Euro. EU-taxed
Boatyard Nimbus / Maxi Yachts Sweden, built in 2008.
Hull color dark blue with red waterline.
Design Pelle Petterson.
Length 12,70m, width 3.80 m, weight 8,30t, ballast 3,30t lead keel.
Motor Volvo Penta 40HP with 3-bladed propeller.
All tanks in stainless steel.
Double steering wheel system.
Carpet in the fore and aft cabins. Galley work surface in Corian. Alcantara upholstery in saloon and two aft berths, pillow top mattress in front cabin. Cockpit cushions. Cockpit table. Venetian blinds for salon windows. Diesel heater Eberspächer with outlets in all cabins and in sailcloths cabinet. Microwave 230V. Pilot berth in the starboard aft cabin. 2 stainless steel septic tanks. Cockpit shower with hot / cold water. Leather upholstered handle aft edge spray hood, 40L water heater.
Electric halyard winches. Electric windlass with controls also from the cockpit, 50m anchor chain. Gate Back and starboard, spray hood, cockpit tent covers for steering wheel, teak deck, teak cockpit and swimming platform, teak Payroll, fend, 2 54 ST Winch, 4 paragraph 44 ST Winch, German mainsheet system on BB / SB Winch, hydraulic backstay adjuster NAVTEC
Electrical and electronic systems
Raymarine instruments, two Plotter E-Class in the cockpit and at Navi table with radar overlay and AIS, log, echo sounder, wind. Graphic display individual set of useful functions. Raystar GPS, radar antenna mast, VHF with DSC by the card table and in the cockpit, autopilot linear drive S2 with Gyro sensor, LCD TV with DVD player, Alpine radio / CD with speakers in the saloon / cockpit, Mastervolt 230V shore supply with 100A charging system combined with 2kW inverter 12V 230V, with outlets in all cabins, 640Ah batteries, Spreader spotlight, deck lighting, cockpit floor lighting, 3-color light
Rig and sails
Selden rig, Furlex headsail furler below deck, Mainsail North Sails Bearing system, 105% Genoa 3 North 3DL Marathon, North Gennaker Radial, sock for Gennaker, Zip-Pack with lazy jacks for mainsail.