Mark Cameron Yachts

Maxi 1300

£225,000

Fantastically well presented, one owner from new


Overview

Available

Lying: North Ayrshire, United Kingdom

General Information

Manufacturer/ModelMaxi 1300
NameMAXIMOOSE TOO
DesignerPelle Petterson
Year2007
CategorySail
Sale StatusAvailable
Price£225,000
LyingNorth Ayrshire, United Kingdom
Reference2080515

Specifications

LOA13.1m
LWL11.32m
Beam3.8m
Draft2.25m
Displacement9600kg
Hull ConstructionGRP hull with bolt-on ballast keel
Keel TypeFin Keel

Propulsion

EngineVolvo Penta D2-40 Producing 40 HP @ 3000rpm 4 cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled diesel engine Volvo 130S Saildrive gearbox
Engine Hours600
Fueldiesel
Fuel Capacity180l

Accommodation

Drinking Water Capacity320l

Description

The MAXI YACHTS Maxi 1300 was the legendary Swedish yacht designer Pelle Peterson’s penultimate project before retirement. Designing a boat that he could enjoy sailing single handed he also wished her to have a turn of speed which would see her passing other boats while cruising. A performance sailer to his core the Maxi 1300 he created fulfilled that brief perfectly.
Commissioned by her owners and launched new for the 2008 season MAXIMOOSE TOO was built with a focus on easy single or short-handed performance sailing. During the current ownership she has proven to be successful in local two-handed races with her owners also cruising predominately as a couple. She offers a spacious cockpit with full cockpit tent creating extra living space above decks. Below decks she offers 3 double cabins with a large bright saloon and two heads. Built to her owners specifications, her inventory includes highlights such as:

White topsides in original gelcoat

Teak laid decks and cockpit
Volvo Penta D2-40 40hp engine, comfortable cruising at 7kts+
Volvo Penta 3 blade bronze folding prop.
SidePower bow and stern thrusters with dock hold system
Lewmar Cobra rack and pinion steering system with dual helm stations
Raymarine autopilot
Raymarine E80 classic plotters internally and externally
Raymarine ST60+ instrumentation
Furuno Navtex
Mastervolt charger/invertor
Stainless steel fuel and water tanks
Twin holding tanks
Electric halyard winch
Comprehensive sail wardrobe with new genoa for 2021.
Large selection of additional photos available upon request


Freshly commissioned for the 2021 season MAXIMOOSE TOO is in active use by her owners. Viewing is strictly by prior appointment.

HISTORY:
The MAXI YACHTS brand was owned by NIMBUS YACHTS/Sweden for more than a decade. The MAXI 1300, was designed by the famous Swedish designer Pelle Petterson; his final design for the brand under the Nimbus Yachts ownership. Approximately 50 of Maxi 1300 boats in total were built by NIMBUS YACHTS. This yacht is hull number 033, built in Sweden in 2007/08. The Maxi Yachts brand was then sold to Najad and after Najad became insolvent, the brand was then sold to new Polish owners. In the polish ownership Pelle Peterson completed one further design, the Maxi 1200 before retiring, after a lifetime association with the Maxi Yachts brand.

CONSTRUCTION

RCD Status:

The yacht is built to CE Boat Category A-ocean
Hull Construction:
The hull produced by vacuum assisted infusion, with the outerskin from Vinylester and remaining laminate in iso-polyester.
Sandwich laminate made of 20mm PVC core is used throughout the hull.
Reinforcement from a mix between woven and uni-directional roving.
Solid laminate in the keel area as well as the laminate around major through hull fittings.
Moulded hull stiffening and integrated inner-liner grid.
Reinforcement from tri-axial and unidirectional glass in tophat sections.
Forward and aft the grid is glued to the hull, while laminated to the hull in the keel area.
Structural bulkheads hand laminated and bolted to hull and grid.
White topcoat on the hull in all lockers, bilges and similar exposed areas.
White gelcoat to finish topsides
Two coats International VC Offshore antifouling applied spring 2021
Deck & Superstructure Construction:
The deck is produced by vacuum assisted infusion with integrated anti-slip surfaces.
Sandwich laminate between ortho polyester, tri-axial and uni-directional roving and a 15mm PVC core in all horizontal surfaces.
Deck is glued and screwed to the hull.
White gelcoat finish on coachroof top with moulded non-slip texture
Laid teak deck to finish side decks and foredeck
Teak toerail running length of deck edge
Laid teak decking panels to finish cockpit sole and seating
Glove boxes in the cockpit with teak frames
Keel & Rudder:
2,25 m draft with iron cast fin bolted to a lead bulb.
Keel is bolted with AISI 316 L stainless steel bolts. Keel washers in stainless steel.
Balanced spade rudder.
Rudder blade produced by vacuum assisted infusion. Reinforcement from bi-axial and uni-directional roving.
Aluminium rudder stock and reinforcing structure, laminated to one half of the rudder before assembly.
Acetal needle bearing top and bottom.

MACHINERY

Engine & gearbox:

Volvo Penta D2-40
Producing 40 HP @ 3000rpm
4 cylinder, naturally aspirated, indirectly cooled diesel engine
Volvo 130S Saildrive gearbox
Freshwater engine cooling using raw water inlet and heat exchanger.
Single lever gear/throttle control
Maintenance & Performance:
Engine and saildrive serviced autumn 2020
Engine hours approximately 600 recorded hours @May 2021
7.5kts cruising speed
Propulsion & Steering:
Volvo Penta 130S Sail drive
Bronze, three blade folding prop.
Lewmar Cobra Racing rack and pinion steering by a combination between rod and chain.
Twin leather covered 900 mm diam s/s wheels and friction brake.
Autopilot:
Raymarine ST6002 control head
Raymarine SmartPilot course computer
Raymarine linear quadrant drive
Bow / Stern Thruster:
Side power thruster system.
Bow Thruster
Stern Thruster
Control via SidePower dock hold system
Twin joystick independent thruster control

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS

Voltage systems:

12VDC onboard power system
230VAC shore power system
Shore Power:
Factory installed, hard wired system
RCD protected with circuit breakers for all circuits
Single 16amp shore power connection
Extension lead
Ring main, battery charger, water heater.
Battery Banks:
Engine Bank – 1x 12VDC, 44Ah lead acid.
Domestic Bank – 8x 12VDC, 75AH lead acid. 2013
Stern Thruster Bank – 2x 12VDC, 70Ah lead acid. 2018
Alternator:
Single engine driven
12VDC / 115amp
Battery Charger:
Mastervolt Mass Combi 12/2000 - 100
230VAC – 12VDC charger
100amp dual output
Mastervolt remote control panel
Sterling Battery to Battery 12VDC 60amp charger to charge stern thruster battery bank.
Invertor:
Mastervolt Mass Combi 12/2000 - 100
12VDC – 230VAC true sine wave invertor
4000W peak output
2000w continuous output
Mastervolt remote control panel
Battery Monitor:
LCD display of battery voltage on ships panel
Mastervolt charger/invertor control panel displaying battery status

PLUMBING

Fresh Water:

Pressurised hot and cold water system.
12VDC pressure pump
Mixer faucets in galley and heads.
Shower in both heads
Manually pumped faucet in galley supplying fresh or saltwater
Hot water supplied via engine cooling with approx. 40 litre Isotherm calorifier or via 230vAC immersion heater element from shore power or generator
Black Water:
Both heads can discharge directly overboard or to dedicated holding tanks.
Holding tanks can be discharged overboard or via deck suction outlet.
Bilge Pumps:
Manual pump
Electric pump with manual or auto switching
Gas System:
Two self-draining gas bottle lockers in cockpit
Camping Gaz 907 bottle stored within each locker

TANKAGE

Fuel:

Single stainless steel tank.
Approximate capacity 180 litres
Fresh Water:
Twin stainless steel tanks
Deck filler for each tank
Approximate combined capacity of 320 litres
Holding Tanks:
Two stainless steel tanks
One tank for each heads
Approximate capacity of 44 ltrs each
Tank Monitoring:
LCD display on ships panel
Selector switch to show tank levels in tanks.
Holding tank high level indicator, operating at 75% of tank capacity

NAVIGATION & COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

On Deck:

Depth – Raymarine ST60+
Speed – Raymarine ST60+
Wind - Raymarine ST60+
Raymarine E80 Classic MFD – Plotter and Radar functionality
Below Decks:
Raymarine E80 Classic MFD – Plotter and Radar functionality
Furuno NX-300 navtex
Communications Equipment:
Raymarine 240e DSC VHF – Control mic handset at chart table and in cockpit
AIS – Class A receive only

DOMESTIC EQUIPMENT

Galley:

Twin stainless steel sinks with single lever mixing faucet.
Saltwater / Freshwater manual pump at galley with dedicated faucet.
Gimbal mounted gas stove with 2 burners, oven and grill
Bosch microwave oven
Isotherm 92 litre refrigerator/freezer, air cooled compressor
Heads:
Jabsco manually pumped marine toilet in both heads
Stainless steel wash hand basin with mixer faucet
Heads shower
Heating & Ventilation:
Eberspacher D5 diesel fired blown air heating system, fitted new 2016
Thermostatic cabin controller
Insulated ducting throughout interior
Outlets in all cabins, saloon and forward heads
Lighting:
Overhead lighting in cabins, LED bulbs
Reading lights in way of bunks, LED bulbs
Under counter lighting in galley and saloon
Low level courtesy lighting in saloon, red light
Courtesy low level cockpit lighting.
Entertainment:
Alpine CD/Radio head unit with MP3 input
Speakers in saloon and cockpit

ACCOMMODATION

Summary of Accommodation:

Aft cockpit layout
Three double cabins
Pilot berth pipe cot in starboard aft cabin
Two heads with showers.
Accommodation Finish:
Interior in mahogany, varnished to a satin finish.
Cream alcantara upholstery throughout
Plywood cabin sole finished in oak plank effect veneer.
Headliner from moulded GRP and detachable panels dressed in vinyl.
Hull side lined with ribbed beech plywood in master cabin
Hull side lined with ribbed mahogany plywood in saloon
Hull side lined with GRP moulding in aft cabins.
Accommodation Layout from Forward:

Forward / Master Cabin:

Double en-suite cabin
Two single V-berths, infill section creating double berth.
Memory foam mattress toppers for double bunk.
Shelves and lockers running the length of the bunks overhead port and starboard.
Dresser unit aft of starboard bunk, shelves above counter top, locker beneath.
Seat aft of port bunk with countertop outboard of seat.
Storage locker aft of seat to port.
Fly screen and black out blind fitted for deck hatch.
Forward Heads:
Master cabin en-suite
Inboard facing manual marine toilet located outboard aft.
Countertop in Corrian with inset stainless steel sink located outboard forward.
Laminate moulded drop down seat over toilet bowl.
Separate shower with semi-transparent acrylic door.
Detachable floor section in ribbed teak.
Shower sump with pumped discharge
Saloon:
Located to starboard.
Fixed saloon table with bottle storage within.
U-shaped wrap around settee outboard.
Movable bench seat inboard, moves in and out on sole mounted track.
Galley storage drawer within base of movable seat unit
Counter top outboard of settee back
Lockers overhead outboard.
Galley:
Linear galley extending along port side of saloon
Worktop in Corrian with moulded fiddles and infill section over galley stove.
Stainless steel double sink. Located forward
Gimbal mounted gas stove mounted centrally
Top loaded fridge/freezer under aft section of worktop.
Microwave inbuilt above worktop, outboard aft.
Selection of lockers above worktop and below.
Navigation Station:
Located to starboard aft of saloon
Forward facing chart table with dedicated navigators seat.
Chart storage within table top.
Ships switch panel outboard with VHF commandmic
Plotter and navtex display outboard of table forward
Lockers below table inboard, bin locker beneath seat
Aft Heads:
Inboard facing manual marine toilet located outboard aft.
Countertop in Corrian with inset stainless steel sink located outboard forward.
Laminate moulded drop down seat over toilet bowl.
Hanging locker located outboard of toilet.
Detachable floor section in ribbed teak.
Shower sump with pumped discharge
Port Aft Cabin:
Double cabin accessed from door to port of companionway
Double berth at after end of cabin.
Lockers running length of bunk outboard overhead.
Seat forward of bunk outboard with locker outboard of seat
Starboard Aft Cabin:
Double cabin.
Fixed single berth with infill section to create double berth at aft end of cabin.
Pipe cot pilot berth fixed overhead with adjustable rope and tackle.
Seat forward of berth outboard forward with locker outboard.
Hatched to access engine and machinery spaces inboard of cabin.

DECK EQUIPMENT

Rig:

Keel stepped, double spreader, fractionally rigged sloop.
Selden spars, tapered mast section, all finished in silver anodising.
2 sets of anodised aluminium aerofoil sectioned spreaders with spreader brackets.
Discontinuous stainless steel Dy-form wire-rigging. Stud-toggle rigging screws.
Holmatro hydraulic adjustable back stay
Silver anodised aluminium alloy boom. Internal purchase for outhaul.
2 single line reefs for mainsail
3rd reef on two line reefing system.
Selden Thru-deck roller reefing system.
Carbon fibre spinnaker pole
Track on mast for spinnaker pole
Vang Rod kicker with gas strut
All lines lead aft to cockpit.
Lazyjacks
Winches:
Primary Winches – Lewmar 54, self-tailing, two speed
Secondary Winches – Lewmar 46, self-tailing, two speed
Halyard Winches – Lewmar 46, self-tailing, two speed. Port side winch electric with duel control stations.
Sails:
Mainsail – Tape drive, fully batten, 3 reefs UK Severson sails. (2011)
Genoa – Roller reefing, white UV strip, Owen Sails (2021)
Spinnaker – With snuffer UK Severson (2008)
Gennaker – With snuffer UK Severson (2008)
Code 0 – Fitted on flexible furler UK Severson (2013)
Storm Jib – Never used, Saturn Sails. (2008)
Mainsail – Norlam, fully battened. North Sails (2008)
Genoa – Norlam, roller reefing. North Sails (2008)
Canvas Work:
Mainsail Cover – Stackpack with mast boot. Owen Sails (2018)
Sprayhood.
Cockpit tent.
Cockpit cushions – fully fitted set for cockpit
Anchoring & Mooring:
Bower Anchor – Delta plough anchor on 8mm, 80m chain rode
Grapel anchor
Electric Anchor Windlass – Lewmar, foot button control on foredeck, rocker switch in cockpit.
Mooring warps – selection
Fenders - selection
General:
Stainless steel bow sprit with double bow rollers and fixed stainless steel bobstay.
Tack fitting for gennaker on forward end of bowsprit.
Stainless steel pulpit rail, two sections.
Stainless steel deck mounted stanchions supporting double tier stainless steel guard wires.
Guard wire gates port and starboard.
Stainless steel quarter rails with 4 removable wires spanning transom.
Stainless steel deck mounted mooring cleats forward, midships and aft.
Stainless steel chafe protection fitted on toerail in way of cleats.
Anchor locker below foredeck, windlass mounted within locker.
Stainless steel grabrails running along coachroof sides aft of mast.
Lines lead aft from mast in ducts below coachroof.
Lewmar ocean genoa tracks and cars fitted on inboard side of side decks, car control lines lead aft to cockpit.
Moulded coamings running along outboard edges of cockpit to form seat backs.
Halyards and control lines run aft to banks of Spinlock rope clutches on port and staboard sides of companionway.
Halyard winches located to port and starboard sides of companionway, port winch being electric.
Bench seating on port and starboard sides of cockpit.
Lewmar ocean mainsail track and car spanning full width of cockpit aft of seating.
Folding section of seat in way of mainsail track to extend cockpit seating.
Dual helm stations aft.
Primary winches mounted inboard of helms port and starboard immediately forward.
Secondary winches mounted on side decks outboard of helms port and starboard.
Removable seating units immediately aft of helms, storage within units.
Removable transom gate fitted between seat units creating walk through transom.
Storage lockers beneath aft section of cockpit sole port and starboard.

SAFTEY EQUIPMENT:
General note on safety equipment: Any safety equipment such as liferafts, Epirbs, fire extinguishers and flares etc. are usually personal to the current owner(s) and if being left on-board as part of the sale of a used vessel may require routine servicing, replacement, or changing to meet a new owners specific needs.
Navigation Lights:
Tricolour masthead light with anchor light
Low level nav lights
Steaming light
Deck flood
Life saving:
Horseshoe buoy
Danbouy
Lifesling
Jackstays, webbing type

DISCLAIMER
In this case we are acting as brokers only.
The Owner is not selling in the course of a business. whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The Purchaser is strongly advised to check the particulars and where appropriate at their expense to employ a qualified Marine Surveyor to carry out a survey and/or to have an engine trial conducted which if conducted by us shall not imply any liability for such engine on our part.
This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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