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Alibi 54

Asking Price

EUR €2,200,000

Year

2014

Location

Auckland

This is an amazing build, with an incredible eye for detail in its structure and layout. This is not a cookie cutter catamaran and has to be seen and sailed to be fully appreciated. Epoxy carbon construction with honeycomb core, a rotating mast, an incredible bowsprit structure that locks in the front beam with the rest of the boat, making for one extremely stiff and powerful platform. The roller furling boom makes this a very simple boat to reef and sail short-handed and keeps your sail in great condition for many years of enjoyment.

 This catamaran is using racing yacht technology all over. A great example of this is the use of Halyard Constrictors as soon as you let this constructer go it immediately binds to the rope and completely locks it under load as well as being backed up with traditional jammers. Brilliant inventions, like the dinghy lifting system under the forward trampoline that hoists up from under the bow between the two hulls, locking off on a 4-point safety lock. Not to mention the davits on the back which allow you to lift a dinghy or your water toys such as kayaks. Doubling as submersible platform for recovering divers or swimming off; simple and robust.

 Power management of 14 lithium batteries replaced in 2023, boasting 8064 Ah all monitored by a Victron Skyla system, each cell being individually monitored. The new Fischer Panda10kw generator to provide power on the rare occasions the 16 solar panels cant keep up. The 210kw inverters make sure the crew never has to second guess power consumption.

Then there is the boats traditional layout. It has 2 helm stations slightly more inboard than your standard twin helm set up. You have a generous table for dining on the back deck and as you come through the doors you have the nav station starboard side forward and galley to the port side. The starboard hull is for guests and crew with the middle of the hulls. Second heads and shower can be shared with crew in the forward cabin or guests in the aft cabin. Further forward again is a kids bunk room, with wide steps built into the hull. The interior is bright, minimalist, and sleek.

There are too many unique features, equipment, and systems to completely summarise this boat in one page. The build quality of this boat, the inventions, the simple use of modern technology, the fresh new modern layout and the sheer speed of this boat will have you shaking with delight.

This is a special boat that is not to be missed, get in touch with us to arrange a viewing.

The boat has just undergone a major refit in Opua, New Zealand:

  • New Paint Job
  • New mainsail
  • New standing and running rigging
  • New Engines
  • New House Batteries
  • New Generator
  • New Hatches

Price is plus taxes if applicable.

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Specifications

  • Accommodation: 4 Cabins
  • Beam: 8.43m
  • Draft: 1.6m
  • Length Over All: 16.39
  • Build Design: Loic Goepfert / Jacques Pierre
  • Year: 2014
  • Construction: Epoxy Honeycomb
  • Fuel Capacity: 600 L
  • Engines: Volvo Penta
  • Max Engine Power (Hp): 2x 50hp

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