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Mason 44 "Tiger Shark"


NAME:

Tiger Shark

VESSEL TYPE:

44' Mason Auxiliary Cutter

BUILDER:

Ta Shing Yacht Building Co for Pacific Asian Enterprises Inc. Dana Point, CA

YEAR:

1989

LOA:                          

43'11"  

LWL:                           

31'9"    

BEAM:  

12'4"

DISP:

27,400 lbs.

BALLAST:

8,400 lbs.

DRAFT:

5'10"
ASKING PRICE:  Sale pending

LOCATION:

Dana Point, CA

SALESMAN:

Eric Leishman
email: eric.leishman@nordhavn.com
cell: 949.370.8433
ph: 949.496.4933

Devin Zwick
email: devin.zwick@nordhavn.com
cell: 949.633.4244
ph: 949.496.4933

CONSTRUCTION

HULL  

·       Molded, laminate of fiberglass reinforced plastic (FRP) further reinforced with bulkheads, stringers and other transverse and longitudinal members bonded to the hull structure.    The beautiful dark blue hull was reportedly painted with DuPont Imron.  Rub rails are fitted port and starboard. 

DECK

·       Molded, cored FRP laminate incorporating the cabin house, foredeck, weather decks, cockpit and coamings in one contiguous structure.  Caulked teak plank overlays on foredeck, aft deck, weather decks and cockpit seating.

RUDDER                     

·       Keel hung type with a lower gudgeon and pintle assembly

KEEL                          

·       Full keel with cut away forefoot molded integral with the hull and ballasted internally

DECK HARDWARE     

·       Stainless steel: Stem-head fitting with twin anchor rollers, bow rail, stern rail and stanchions

·       Double lifelines with gates port and starboard

·       Six aluminum framed deck hatches

·       Eight stainless steel framed port lights

·       Varnished teak: hand grabs, toe rails, cockpit coaming caps

·       Cockpit dodger with bimini top

·       FRP cockpit seat hatches and sea hood

·       Genoa tracks with cars and blocks

·       Numerous deck blocks and lead blocks

·       Teak sliding hatch

·       Outboard motor bracket on stern rail

·       Outboard motor hoist

·       Cockpit cushions

·       Safety rails at mast and wind Genoa mast

·       Deck prisms

·       Fishing rod holder

·       Cockpit shower

·       Teak cockpit grating

·       Electronics pod

·       Life raft cradle

·       Deck plates

·       Fenders, lines, chocks, cleats and sundry other deck gear

 

HULL / DECK JOINT     

·       Return flange on hull, with deck overlapping, jointed with an adhesive sealant and mechanical fasteners and FRP bondings

STEERING                  

·       Leather wrapped 34" destroyer type pedestal wheel aft in the cockpit with chain and pull/pull cables to a steel quadrant through the use of sheaves 

·       Wheel brake

·       An emergency tiller is stowed aboard (not tested)

·       Components of a Hydro-Vane wind vane steering system mounted on transom


SPARS AND RIGGING 

·       MAST:   Painted aluminum, double spreader section, stepped to the keel and fitted with an internal mainsail electric roller furling system, rigging, winches, internal halyards, light fixtures, radar scanner, pole track, trysail track, mast head electronics Windex and antenna

·       BOOMS:  Painted aluminum; main boom and a Forespar carbon fiber whisker pole 

·       STANDING RIGGING:  Head-stay fitted with a Profurl roller furling system; inner forestay fitted with a Pro furl roller furling system, insulated backstay, two upper shrouds, two intermediate shrouds, four lower shrouds and two running backstays, all constructed with 1 X 19 stainless steel wire rope with either swage or Norseman mechanical type terminals

·       NEWER EQUIPMENT: Sheets, halyards and lines

·       Color coated staysets by New England

·       Topping lift with wire

·       Outhaul

·       New traveler car and running rigging

·       Main sheet traveler

·       Solid boom vang

·       Lazy jacks

·       Running backstays with block and tackle adjusters

·       Boom brake with braided Dacron line of an appropriate size on other applications

·       Forespar masthead

·       Bow and deck lights

·       Winches by Lewmar – (2) #30CST, (1) conventional on the mast, (1) #40 CST on the cabin top in the cockpit, and a pair each of #52CST Genoa sheet and #30 staysail sheet winches on the cockpit comings

·       Anderson line tender winch for traveler forward in cockpit

·       Sails – roller furling main and headsail staysail

·       Ground tackle - 45 CQR plow type with 400’ OF 3/8” BB Proof all chain rode

·       Maxwell electric windlass with controls on foredeck and at helm 

·       20 kg Bruce (no rode – stowed) with 500’ 1 1/4” nylon

ENGINE

 

·       Yanmar 4JH TE, four cylinder turbo-charged, marine diesel developing 55 horsepower @ 3,600 RPM

 

·       HOURS: 6500+/- (0 time on new fluids and replaced impellers)

 

·       FUEL LINES/FILTERS: primarily neoprene hose with a Racor filter/separator

 

·       LINKAGES: Morse type with dual lever controls

 

·       EXHAUST: Wet elbow injection at turbocharger exhaust with double clamped hose to a FRP water lift muffler molded integral with the aft portion of the keel bilge cavity and on to a transom discharge

 

·       COOLING: Fresh water heat exchange system with a bronze sea water strainer

 

·       MOUNTING: Soft mounts bolted to laminate beds

 

·       VENTILATION: Natural and 12 volt blower forced; new blowers ducting and control heads

 

·       GEARBOX: Kanzaki model KBW20, 2.62:1 marine reduction gear.  Serial #11287; recent service.

 

·       GAUGES: Tachometer with hour meter, oil pressure, water temperature

 

·       SHAFT:  1 1/4" stainless steel

 

·       PROPELLER: Bronze - 18" diameter three blade self feathering; spare 18” 3 blade RH fixed

 

·       FUEL TANKS: Two tanks of painted black iron construction; one is located outboard of the companionway ladder enclosed by built-in cabinetry and the other is below the aft berth.  Total reported capacity is 160 gallons.  Fuel selection valves below aft cabin sole. Tanks noted in great condition.

·       CHARGING:  Two alternators, both are Balmar model 70-110 alternators external 3-stage Balmar electronic voltage regulator; both in good condition

·       FRESH WATER: Five tanks of welded stainless steel construction located in the main cabin. Total reported capacity is 305 gallons.  Water selection valves below galley sole.

·       PUMPS:  Shurflo 3.3 g.p.m. potable water pressure pump

·       Parmax 8 - 7.5 GPM saltwater pump for deck wash downs

·       PLUMBING:  Primarily reinforced vinyl hose

·       WATER HEATER: Force 10, stainless steel, 11 gallon, 110 volt unit with engine heat exchange option

·       THROUGH HULL: Bronze ball valves in place

·       ENGINE INTAKE:  A stainless steel ball valve starboard side below the aft of engine 

·       WATERLINE: Cockpit drain:  Port sail locker

·       COCKPIT DRAIN: Starboard sail locker

·       GALLEY SINK DRAIN: A stainless steel ball valve in bilge below galley sink locker

·       HEAD DISCHARGE: Below the shower seat is home to the combination sink and shower pump discharge.  The deck wash pump as well as the air conditioning intake are in the bilge area inboard of the toilet.

·       RUDDER PORT: A two bolt packing flange atop an FRP tube central in the lazarette

·       SHAFT LOG: Face seal type with hose and clamp attachment to a shaft log tube below the aft cabin sole

 

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM

·       12 volt d/c and 110 volt a/c systems

·       12 VOLT (2)  Master Volt 8D batteries

·       Group 27 AGM engine start battery

·       Small 12 volt battery (smaller then 24) below aft berth

SHORE CORDS                      

·       110 VOLT 30 amp shore service with type shore cord; (2) 30' cords, (2) 50' cords

 

ELECTRICAL PANELS

·       Circuit breaker panel with A/C and D/C volt meters and Ammeters

·       Xantrex Link 20 remote panel

·       Electrical system has been brought to current ABYC regulations by a certified electrician

BATTERY CHARGING

·    Xantrex Truecharge 2 – 40-amp with a remote control panel

WIND GENERATOR                

·    Rutland 913

GENERATOR

·    Honda EU2000is (3000 watts/ 25 amps @ 120 volts); under 100 hours

 

ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION AIDS

·       COMPASS                   5 ½” C Plath 

·       SSB                             I-COM IC-M710 with auto tuner

·       VHF                             Standard Horizon Explorer with Ram III Mic DSC GPS AND AIS

·       VHF                             I-COM IC M72 hand held with DSC and GPS

·       LOUD HAILER             I-COM loud hailer

·       CHART PLOTTER         Garmin GPS Map 5208 network system with two displays on NMEA   2K buss with wind and a back up GPS

·       RADAR                        24 mile HD radar

·       AUTOPILOT                 Alpha 3000

·       ENTERTAINMENT        JVC KDSX940 am/fm/cd stereo Vetus Metro Liner Barograph 

 

INTERIOR 

·       Forward Cabin has line locker access forward, port side berth with drawers and stowage under, seat and hanging locker to starboard, entry from the aft

·       Enclosed Head Compartment to port has counter top wash basin, lockers, separate shower stall and a newer Groco “Type K” manual marine toilet discharging overboard or to holding tank.  Newer plumbing materials.  Rule shower sump pump. 

·       Main Cabin is located amidships with hanging locker and drawers starboard forward, followed by a straight settee with water tank below, shelves and lockers above and outboard, U-shaped dinette to port with the 2nd water tank below, shelves and lockers outboard, pedestal table inboard

·       Nav Station aft to starboard in main cabin has opening chart table. Drawers, swing out seat, marine electronics and ship's electrical panel. Newer stereo with XM-iPod. Lockers and companionway ladder aft.

·       U-Shaped Galley port aft in main cabin has double stainless steel sink with pressure water, foot pump salt water, insulated top and front loading boxes with a Frigoboat refrigeration/freezer system, installed, and an Eno three-burner stainless steel, gimbaled stove with oven, two new propane tanks.  Fuel storage is in two plastic cylinders in a locker in the cockpit.  

·       Aft Quarter Cabin to port has double berth aft with stowage and fuel tank under, hanging locker and door to main cabin inboard

·       Interior Finish is varnished teak and spruce floor.  White vinyl headliner with teak battens.  Teak and holly cabin soles.  Formica covered surfaces, painted surfaces and gel coated FRP surfaces.  12 volt light fixtures, fans, 110 volt receptacles and upholstered cushions where appropriate throughout.

·       Starboard Setee turns into two (2) stacked single berths

AIR CONDITIONING

·       CruiseAir 16,000 BTU marine system installed - SMX II digital control

 

SAFETY GEAR

·       Life sling

·       Two (2) horse shoe throw rings

·       Roll up dinghy

Video: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dw5o42py0jje1rv/tigershark%20sale.m4v

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