1981 Hardin 45 Cruising Ketch
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Designer: W.M. |
LOA: 45 ft 0 in
Beam: 13 ft 4 in
LWL: 34 ft 6 in
Maximum Draft: 5 ft 6 in
Displacement: 32000 lbs
Ballast: 8500 lbs
Engine Brand: Ford Lehman
Engine Model: 4220
Cruising Speed: 8 mph
Maximum Speed: 9 mph
Engine Hours: 2263
Total Power: 66
Fuel: 2 X 80=160 Gallons (Fiberglass)
Fresh Water: 2 X 80=160 Gallons (Fiberglass)
Holding: 15 Gallons (Poly)
Entering the cabin from the bimini-covered center cockpit, a double-door hatch leads to the companionway stairs with seven steps down to the main salon and galley area.
The L-shaped galley is to port of the companionway and features a double stainless sink, gimbaled three-burner propane stove with oven and plenty of storage drawers and cabinets.
Opposite the galley and to starboard is a four-seat dinette with a large table.
Forward, down two steps are port and starboard built-in settees that will slide out to create three additional berths.
The teak casework outboard of the settees and under the cushions provide abundant shelf space and she boasts 14 drawers for storage.
A slide out shelf to starboard behind cabinet doors conceals the television set.
On the starboard side also, you will find two comfy chairs.
One of the chairs swivels and the other one can be relocated to the dinette for an extra seating position.
Further forward is an enclosed cabin behind a beautifully carved door, with berth to starboard, marine head on centerline, washer/dryer combo unit and ample storage all around.
The chain locker is in the bow with anchor chain and rode.
Two large hatches are forward in the head and main salon areas.
Aft to port of the galley is a full-height passageway to the master stateroom.
At the inboard portion of the passageway are two large doors that provide complete access to the engine compartment for easy servicing. (There is also engine access from the master stateroom head.) The outboard side of the passageway contains the refrigerator compartment and navigation station.
A large standard hatch is above the passageway allowing for natural light and additional ventilation.
This hatch also provides access for extraction of large engine parts should the need ever arise, and an excellent pass-through for loading food stores and crew gear.
Aft through the passageway is the enormous master stateroom!
The master stateroom features a large double-wide, athwart ships built-in berth with lots of surrounding teak casework closet space, shelves, and drawers.
One of the unique features of this area is the large pirate ship-type double-paned windows built into the transom aft of the wide berth.
The transom windows provide good natural light and a great view, several feet above the waterline, from the berth.
Overhead are two large hatches for good ventilation and star gazing.
To starboard and forward of the sleeping area is a very large en suite head, larger than usual by sailboat norms.
This head compartment features a large sink with counter top area, again tons of storage, with shower and a marine toilet.
Integrity through-out is mirrored in the warmth and richness of carefully selected hardwoods and beautifully carved doors.
There is more interior space in this fine yacht than just about any other 45 footer and she boasts 6'3" headroom through-out.
REFRIGERATION: Adler-Barbour 12VDC
STOVE: Gas Systems, LP, 3 burner with oven
MICROWAVE: Kenmore combo convection/microwave
WATER HEATER: High Efficiency 10 Gallon (new in 2005)
SINK: Double Stainless Steel, deep
WATER SYSTEM: Pressure Hot and Cold with manual fresh water pump
CLOTHES WASHER: Combomatic 2000 by Splendide, combination washer/dryer
OTHER: Toaster, assorted pots and pans
RADIO: ICOM IC-706 MKIIG, SSB/HAM, 100 Watt with Pactor PTCII email modem.
NOTE: Owner will purchase radio back from buyer if they are not interested in the radio as a HAM unit.
RADAR: Simrad RA41C, 36 mile color with MARPA on swing mount
RADAR ALARM: Yes
VHF: ICOM M80
VHF: Standard Horizon handheld
AUTO PILOT: (Primary) WH Heavy Duty model P-3B with Autohelm 5000 back-up
CHART PLOTTER: Laptop computer (not provided) with "The Captain" navigation software for the West Coast to Panama
GPS: Magellan Nav 5000DLX
GPS #2: Magellan Nav 5000
GPS #3: Magellan Nav 5000D
STEREO: Jensen JS-6420 AM/FM cassette
TV/VCR: (Salon) Panasonic 10" and separate Panasonic VCR.
TV antenna onboard but not installed (Cockpit) Tachtronic 12’ display can be used with laptop for navigation or DVD's
DEPTH SOUNDER: Coastal Navigator with remote display in cockpit
COMPASS: Ritchie 6" at helm
WIND SPEED & DIRECTION: Windex
KNOT METER/LOG: Signet
RUDDER ANGLE: Yes
OTHER: Raynav 570 Loran C Navigator, additional compass in aft cabin
BATTERIES: (House): (4) 6 VDC AGM’s, NEW DEC. 2006, (Start): (1) 4D wet cell
BATTERY SWITCHES: (2) Guest
BATTERY MONITOR: SVS by Guest
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM: 12VDC/ 120VAC
INVERTER: Trace 1500 Watt modified sine wave
INTERIOR LIGHTING: 12VDC
BATTERY CHARGER: Statpower Trucharge 40 amp automatic
ALTERNATOR: Lestec Powerline 150 Amp and spare Balmar 140 Amp (needs service)
SOLAR PANELS: (4) Solarex VLX-53 for a total of 212 Watts
DOCKSIDE CABLES: (2) 50 Ft/ 30 Amp
GENERATOR: Entec 4.7 KW diesel, with 555 hours
SAILS: Main (Good Condition-refreshed in 2006 at North Sails), 110% Genoa (Good Condition), Mizzen (Heavy Duty-Excellent Condition, Morreli Performance Sails), Staysail (Heavy Duty-Excellent Condition, Morreli Performance Sails)
MAST: Both Main and Mizzen are Spruce, deck stepped with compression posts
SAIL AREA: 809 Square Feet
ROLLER FURLING: (Headsail) Profurl
ROLLER FURLING: (Staysail) Profurl
BACKSTAY ADJUSTER: Fixed
WINCHES: (2) Hardin S/S 26, (2) Hardin S/S 16, (2) Hardin S/S 10, (1) Lewmar 30 ST, 1SPD, (1) Lewmar 6, 1SPD
STANDING RIGGING: Stainless Steel wire, replaced between 2003 and 2006
ANCHOR: 45# CQR with 300 Ft. 3/8" BBB chain
ANCHOR: 35# CQR with 30 Ft. 3/8" BBB chain and 200 Ft.
ANCHOR: 21# Fortress model FX-37 (stern) with 10 Ft. chain and 100 Ft.
ANCHOR WINDLASS: Lofrans Albatros, 1320 lb. pull
BOW ROLLERS: Two
NAV LIGHTS: Yes
SPREADER LIGHTS: Yes
LIFELINES: 1 inch stainless steel railing all around
GATES: Port and Starboard
LADDERS: Stainless steel boarding ladder
DINGHY/MOTOR: 10 Ft.
AquaPro with Mercury 15 HP
DINGHY DAVITS: Yes
DECK WASH DOWN: Saltwater on the foredeck
COVERS & CURTAINS: Cockpit bimini, mainsail cover, mizzen cover, cockpit cushions, sunshade new in 2007
DECK MATERIAL: Teak-good condition, needs a few bungs replaced
OTHER: Solid teak foredeck box/LP locker, Magna rail mount bar-b-que, aft deck FRP storage box, stern anchor rail mount
BILGE PUMP: (Primary) Rule 2000 on float switch, (Secondary) remote mount, large manual Gusher type
RAW WATER SEA STRAINER: Yes
FIRE EXTINGUISHING: Halon in engine compartment, (1) Manual Halon, (2) 3 lb. dry chemical and (1) 5 lb. dry chemical
FUEL FILTERS: (2) Raycor
FUEL SHUT OFF: Electric solenoid for both engine and stove
PROPELLER: 3 blade fixed
STEERING: Wheel, hydraulic
FRESH WATER COOLING SYSTEM: Yes
HEAD TYPE: (Aft) Raritan, (Forward) Groco, both manual
HOLDING TANK: Yes, manual
HEATER: (Salon) Dickenson Antartic (non-operational), (Aft) PH2 High Seas diesel, Red Dot hydronic
WATERMAKER: Puget Sound Desalinization, 30 GPH
TRANSMISSION: Velvet drive
ENGINE ALARMS: (Engine) high temp and oil pressure, (Generator) high temp, oil pressure and water flow auto shut down
OTHER: Lots of spare parts
LIFEJACKETS: (2) Auto inflatable
DITCH BAG: Yes with handheld water maker
LIFERAFT: DBC 6 man with survival kit
EPIRB: ACR 406
JACK LINES: Yes
OTHER: Heavy Duty sea anchor with 400 Ft. of braided line
Call John 425-455-4478