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Kronos 45 Specs

Equipment List for OCELOT (subject to change without notice)

Constructed by:  Chantier Henri Wauquiez, Neuville-en-Ferrain, France

Constructed and Commissioned:  1995

Specifications: Length Over All (LOA):  44.75 ft 13.64 m
Length Waterline (LWL):  41.34 ft 12.6 m
Beam (width):  22.8 ft 6.95 m
Draft (depth):  3.9 ft 1.2 m
Conversions: Displacement (empty):  22,000 lbs 11 tons
2.54 cm/in Displacement (loaded):  30,000 lbs 15 tons
39.37 in/m I:  52.49 ft 16.00 m
3.28 ft/m P:  50.52 ft 15.4 m
J (Forestay to mast):  12.99 ft 3.96 m
E:  21.33 ft 6.50 m
Mast height:  61.35 ft 18.70 m
Genoa size:  506 sq ft 47 sq m
Mainsail size:  753 sq ft 70 sq m

 

Engines:  2 Yanmar 4JH2E - 48 HP 4 cylinder, naturally aspirated, about 4,800 hrs each
  Yanmar Sail-drives with two bladed folding props (fixed props as spares)
   
Electrics:  House Battery Bank – 4 Sonnenschein gel-cells (660 amp-hours total, new 2008)
  Engine start – 2 x 100 amp-hour 12V gel-cells, new 2002
  Electric Panel, 30 circuit breakers @ 12VDC, 10 @ 115/220VAC
  220v outlets throughout (adaptor plugs to convert to 115v US standard)
  Heart inverter, 1,500 watts with 75 amp battery charger, new 2002
  120 amp alternator (w/3-stage regulator, new 2004) & 55 amp alternator on each engine
  Hot water heaters – 220Vac or engine driven – 2 x 32 liter
  Exterior navigation lights, anchor light, foredeck light, tri-color, etc…
  4 x 120 watt (nominal) Kyocera solar panels, 480 watts total (new 2002)
  RV Power Products maximum power-tracking charge controller (new 2002)
   
Electronics:  RayMarine ST50 electronics with wind speed & direction, depth, boat speed
  RayMarine ST50 GPS & Garmin WAAS GPS, interfaced to Autopilot & computer
  RayMarine ST 6001+ Autopilot (new 2003) with gyro and Whitlock rotary drive
  JRC 16-mile digital radar, interfaced with GPS (new 2002)
  Repeaters in cockpit, all instruments interfaced together via SeaTalk & NMEA 0183
  Standard Horizon VHF & Shipmate RS 8110 VHF, each with separate antennas
  AM/FM radio & 6 CD changer, with 2 speakers inside & 2 outside, new 2002
  Icom 706 Mk II/g Ham/SSB radio (.5-500 MHz), new 2002
  MFJ roller-inductor manual antenna tuner
  Icom AT-130 automatic antenna tuner
  SCS PTC-2e Pactor 3 modem for on-board email and WeFax, new 2002
  ACR Satellite EPIRB with GPS (new 2002, registered to the boat)
   
Hull and Deck:  Hulls:  Vacuum molded foam sandwich of Airex, multidirectional glass, and isophathalic resin.  Multiple internal treatments to prevent osmosis
  Deck:  Sandwich of molded Contourkore and multidirectional glass bonded to the hull by adhesives, bolts, and molding overlap.
  Structure:  Sandwich of balsa & multidirectional glass.

 

Full teak deck – 12mm thick, over fiberglass, 2-component polysulphide sealer
  Four cabin interior – each with double bed, en-suite head and shower
  All teak interior – very high quality joinery
  Saloon table, cushions in blue-green Sunbrella
  4 cockpit lockers, gas locker, 2 lazarettes, 2 fuel lockers, life-raft locker
  2 teak and SS swim ladders, transformable to gangplanks
  2 Cockpit showers in aft sugar-scoops
  17 forward opening Goiot deck-hatches, 10 opening Goiot portholes
  Teak Cockpit table with fold down dual purpose seat
   
Tankage:  Water - 2 x stainless steel, 108 US gallons each
  15 gallon/hour (55 litre/hour) Spectra water maker, new 2002
  Diesel - 2 x 46 US gal (2 x 170 liter) stainless steel (2-3 l/hr @ 6 knots)
   
Sail Equipment:  Sparcraft Mast, 3 spreaders, white Awl-Grip finish, 8 rod diamond stays
  Winches: All Andersen Self Tailing 2 speed - 2 x 42ST, 2 x 46ST, 2 x 48ST, 2 x 53ST
  Doyle mainsail with 5 full length battens, 3 reef points & 2 part halyard, new 2002
  Frederiksen battcars & mainsail traveler system – recirculating Torlon ball luff system
  110% Doyle roller reefing Genoa, new 2002
  Profurl LC42 genoa roller gear
  Frederiksen 1¼” Genoa tracks with recirculating ball cars
  14 Spinlock jam cleats
   
Ground Tackle:  Working anchor:  45lb CQR, with 250ft (80m) x 10mm (3/8) chain, new 2003
  Secondary anchor:  45lb Brittany, 30 ft chain, 150 feet  ¾" rode
  Storm anchor:  Fortress FX-125, 120 ft 10mm chain, 300 feet rode, new 2002
  Windlass: Lofrans Tigre, 1000w horizontal axis electric, with remote control
   
Equipment:  Twin Frigoboat engine driven fridge/freezer systems, 3 refrigerated compartments
  AB Aluminum bottom 3.5m (11.5 ft) Rigid Inflatable dinghy (new 2002)
  Mercury 25 hp outboard motor for dinghy (new 2002)
  Upgraded davits for dinghy (can support about 2000 lbs)
  Walker Bay 8 ft sailing / rowing dinghy (new 2002)
  Zodiac 8-person life raft - Hard case, open ocean rated
  Plath compass, Whitlock “solid couple” steering
  Bimini top cockpit cover, with zip-off side flaps and full-width dodger
   
Interior Equipment:  ALPES 4 burner propane stove with oven, gas safety solenoid, 3x20 lb tanks
  2 semi-independent pressure water systems - Jabsco-par3 electric
  4 Jabsco manual toilets - one in each cabin
  4 Jabsco electric shower sump pumps
  2 interior & 2 engine room electric Bilge pumps, Jabsco-par with float switches
  4 Manual Bilge pumps - Henderson Mk5
  Fresh water foot pump in galley
  4 x Hella electric fans (one in each cabin)
   
Other Inventory:  Full galley equipment for 10 persons
  Sextant, Binoculars, Hand Bearing Compass, Parallel Ruler, Dividers
  Bolt & Wire cutter, Radar Reflector, 2 x Horseshoe buoys & MOB light
  10 Safety Harnesses and 10 Lifejackets
  Signal Mirror, Lead line, Day-shapes, Signal Horn, Flare Kit
  Emergency Tiller, fenders, and miscellaneous equipment

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