CrossRoads is a fast ‘light displacement’ 50ft aluminum sailing yacht, designed conform the Around Alone Race Rules. Ready to go anywhere in the world. Single handed, first class performance.

Cruising speed 10-14 knots. Racing with gennaker 20/22 knots.

The yacht is in South Africa in 2017/2018 completely overhauled and surveyed. Therefore, the yacht is in a brand-new condition. New racing sails and electronics, a vacuum bagged light weight interior shaped around the keel, new bedding and upholstery, new solar panels, water makers, generator, induction cooking etc.

Comfortable sleeping 6 to 7, of which 2 crew:

Skipper Peter Stuivenberg, Yacht Master Ocean, 80,000 NM.

Co-skipper Maaike Kallenborn, Yacht Master Ocean, ex world cup speed windsurfer with records on 500 meters and 1 NM, 35,000 NM

 

SPECS CROSSROADS

Name CrossRoads, 1999
Type Sloop rigged BOC Racer
Architect Philip Cabon
Dimensions 14.95 x 4.76 x 3.00 meter
Length waterline 13.46 meter
Displacement 9.300 kg (ex. Crew, tank capacity, storage)
Building material Aluminum H116 and W28
Construction Web frames and stringers, 5 watertight bulkheads
Keel Naca profile, 2,950 kg lead
Mast Mast/boom Proctor (Hall Spars), rails + batten cars Frederiksen
Rigging Navtec rod, hydraulic backstay tensioner
Running rigging Dyneema and Spectra
Sails

Ullman Dacron/Kevlar (covered taffeta, racing mainsail, 88.35 m2 (new)

Ullman HA furling jib inner forestay, 28 m2 (new)

North HA furling jib fore stay,40 m2 (8/10)

North furling JibTop 78 m2 (code 0, 8/10)

North Gennaker 168 m2 (8/10)

+ 100 and 130 m2 genakkers, furling (8/10)

Hood Dacron storm jib 16 m2 (10/10)

Spare sails

Hood dacron/vectran genoa 130% 7.7 ounce, 66 m2, 8/10)

Hood dacron/vectran HA 40 m2 (7/10)

Hood dacron/vectran mainsail 88 m2, (6/10)

Furling 3x Profurl
Engine Volvo MD 2030, 29 pk, fuel capacity pending route
Electricity

6x 65 Watt Shell solar panels, Mastervolt

70 Ah alternator, Cummins/Onan 5.5 kVA

220 Volt generator, 1x Mastervolt 40A

1x Quick 40A charger

Winches and deck hardware Lewmar, 10 ST winches, organizers, clutches
Meteo & windset

Sailor (Cobham) SC4000 Satellite transceiver (grib files), routing

Squid and Open Cap’tan,

2x laptops with SSD, ST50 wind set in cockpit,

Maxiview repeater navigation table

Navigation

Raymarine solid state radar,

Axiom MFD,

AIS 650 transceiver,

Inmarsat-C

+ (Philips, Leica), 3x GPS, sextant, Freiberger, binoculars, 1x compass C Plath

Autopilot Autohelm 7000, linear drive Type-2, 2 sets
Steering

Whitlock (Lewmar)cable system, wheel + pedestal,

twin rudders, Jefa bearings

Communication

1x VHF, 1x VHF handheld,

Inmarsat C,

Sailor Satellite phone,

2x Motorola Walkie Talkie

Anchoring

2x lightweight anchors (Guardian and Fortress),

2x 30 m chain w 60 m rope

electric anchor winch

Safety

2x fire extinguishers,

bilge pumps: 2x manual, 2x electric,

8 persons life raft,

AIS + PLB linked to AIS,

8x Life jackets with harness and lifelines,

1x VHF + 2x VHF handheld,

Inmarsat-C,

Satellite transceiver,

depth sounder

Water makers

Katadyn Power Survivor 40E, 12V, 6 ltr/hr,

SeawaterPro 220V, 90 ltr/hr,

capacity pending route

Toilets 2x electric, macerator, grey water tank
Diesel tank Daytank 55 liter + 7 x 20 liter drums
Water tank 2 x 120 Liter + 2 x 25 liter reserve
Fridge Danfoss compressor, 120 ltr -7 derees C
Medical kit

Extensive, including stitching, injectable pain treatment,

anti-biotics, up to date

Notes:

During racing the long-distance cruising equipment will be removed (spares, tools, extra ropes and sails etc.), including the generator and one anchor with rope/chain.

The capacity of food, diesel and water will be limited to the bare minimum.

The belongings of the guests will be limited to 15 kg per person, this includes decent sailing cloth and boots and a life jacket according size with build-in harness and lifeline (if not available we will provide).