Life has a way of putting things in perspective.
(UP DATED LISTING)
A whole year locked down plus life’s other surprises slowed progress on MYOR in 2020. Back living on board we’ll be going back in the water this spring 2021.
We lived on MYOR for a few years after launching in 2011. The port side mostly done and the galley operational MYOR was comfortable and a rewarding way to live. Sailing up the Chesapeake after wintering in Charleston SC we made our way into the Occoquan River and spent a couple years working.
Late Fall 2015 we sailed to Beaufort North Carolina and had her hauled out at Beaufort Marine Center “Jarrett Bay”. Our plans where to finish the starboard interior, do some trim work and a list of other things needing to button up the inside and outside of MYOR before moving back on board.
Just about done with the to do list we will be putting MYOR back in the water this spring.
I built MYOR for myself, built her to last many many years to sail safely and swiftly where ever I wanted to go. She will do the same for whomever is at the helm. But until then as with all boats there are on going projects that I will be doing. I will be living on MYOR full time again and will be taking care of her needs.
MYOR has been built to last beyond my life and in time with with a new owner will go on to become the great boat she deserves to be.
She is presently at Banks Boat Works in Beaufort NC.
Until I hand over MYOR to a new owner I will continue to list at this site.
This boat is 99% completed and just needs some finishing touches and normal maintenance
|Catamaran Name:||S/V Myor|
|Draft:||3' 6" (boards up)|
|Mast Height:||62' 00"|
|Bridgedeck Clearance:||41" at DWL|
|Fuel Tanks:||(2) aluminum 100 gallon diesel tanks with vent and gauge|
|Water Tanks:||(2) composite 100-gallon tanks with deck fill, vent and gauge|
|Engines:||2 x Yanmar 4JH4E (55 HP) water-cooled, diesel coupled to sail-drives.|
- Hulls, decks and pilothouse are constructed from vacuum bagged SP Systems Ampreg epoxy resin and high performance glass laminate cored with “Core-Cell” foam.
- All exterior surfaces are spray painted with linear Awlgrip™ polyurethane coating. Navy blue painted boot stripe in contrasting color.
- Crossbeams are built of uni-directional carbon fiber/epoxy with foam cored epoxy/glass
- Extensive use was made of uni-directional carbon fiber reinforcement in high load areas of hulls and decks.
Propulsion and Steering
- Twin Yanmar 4JH4E (55 HP) water-cooled, 4 stroke diesel sail-drive engines. (350 hours)
- Dual instrument panels with tachometer and engine monitoring gauges and alarms
- Primary and secondary fuel filters
- Dual “ZF Micro Commander” electronic single lever engine controls mounted at both the cockpit helm station and pilothouse helm
- Feathering Kiwi propellers
- Rudder blades are fiberglass composite, high performance hydrofoil section with solid Titanium rudderstocks turning in low friction bushings
- Single station cable and sheave steering using premium Edson components
- Custom cockpit steering pedestal with compass and engine controls
- Force 10 model, four-burner propane stove with automatic temperature control oven and broiler
- remote solenoid propane shut-off switch on board (needs installation)
- Two 10lb. fiberglass propane bottles are located in a self-venting locker
- Galley sink is a deep single bowl polished stainless steel with strainer set
- Hot and cold pressurized water
- Ample drawers, lockers and shelves for storage
- A custom fabricated side-by-side refrigerator/ freezer (7 and 5 cu/ft capacity) is located in the galley, inboard side. Each unit uses a separate highly efficient compressor with electronic control thermostat providing redundancy.
- Current Hot Water Heater: ... on demand
- Doyle cradle cover
- Lazy Jacks
Mast, Boom, Rigging
- Aluminum mast main, jib boom Sparcraft, forward crossbeam and compression beam
- Painted mast, deck stepped with single spreader
- Masthead light, aft mast with VHF antennae
- All halyards and reefing lines are led to cockpit
- Boom has internal reefing lines, topping lift
- Self-tacking jib hardware (track & car needed) has Profurl reefing/furling for Genoa and jib
- Standing Rigging: All type 316 1x19 SS Dyform wire rope stays and shrouds
- Running Rigging: Dyneema halyards and control lines. Low stretch Dacron sheets
- (3) Harken self-tailing winches
- Two cored epoxy/glass centerboards in epoxy/glass laminate trunks
- Up and down control lines to cockpit mounted line driver
- Each hull has collision bulkhead forward
- Solar Panels, 130 watt output each
- 1-12-volt circuit breaker panel with voltage and amp meters
- Two 8D deep cycle batteries, separated into two banks
- Battery monitor with separate engine start battery lights
- Fluorescent lights in galley and Ocean Frigast light in work area & port hull living area
- 6 pilothouse salon lights red night lighting within the pilothouse
- Paneltronics 12V/DC & 120V AC fuse panel system in port hull
- nverter (120V/60Hz) provides AC power from the batteries
- 110v AC outlets are installed in the following places. (1) Port head, (2) galley, (1) workbench, (1) port aft cabin, (1) Port head (2) nav. Station, (1) port side of pilothouse
- Raymarine depth & wind instrument
- VHF radio
Hull and Deck Ventilation
- 16 deck hatches, all Lewmar Ocean Series
- Accommodation hatches are equipped with trim-rings & screens
- 11 Lewmar opening port-lights
- Lewmar Atlantic model opening port is located adjacent to each double berth
- Cowl vents in engine rooms and in each head
- Hella fans, one each in the pilothouse helm-station and nav area
- Dual bow anchor rollers enable two anchors to be easily used at the same time
- Four anchors and rodes are supplied
- Primary anchor to be a 45 lb. Danforth with 50’ of 3/8” H.T. chain and 200’ 9/16” braided nylon anchor rode
- The second anchor 25 lb (Danforth type) with 20' 3/8” chain and 100' of 1/2” braided 3-strand rode. 66 lb. claw & 30 lb. stainless anchor with misc. rode
- Six 10" docking cleats, 2 bow, 2 stern, 2 spring line
- One 12” mooring cleats
- Four (4) docking lines each 50' in length are supplied
- Navigation Lights: Masthead Tri-color and anchor light
- Mast mounted steaming light with deck floodlight
- Lower mast mounted running lights
- Bow Nets: High strength, race boat style, Spectra ¾” braided web-net
- Aft Deck: (Needed: Bimini top mounts, dinghy hoist and dinghy tie downs built into the aft deck- needed.)
- Four large flush deck lockers along the forward side of aft deck for stowage
- Outside Shower: (Needs fixtures - Plumbing in-place) for a hot and cold water pressurized rinse station on the hull transom-boarding platform
- Salt Water Wash Down: (Through holes are in place) for a pump. Wash down is located in the port forward & aft areas
- Exterior Finish: The entire above water line exterior of the boat is spray painted with (Awlgrip™) polyurethane coating. Walking areas are non-skid finished. Contrasting boot stripe Navy Blue. The bottom of the boat painted with anti-fouling paint
- Hull Rub Rail: 2” oak external rub rail
- Pilothouse: Starboard settee seat has a varnished wood table. Settee seats have partitioned stowage beneath via lift out covers in seat top
- Inside Helm Station: Mounted to starboard is a 4" flush mount Ritchie SS-2000 compass with engine instrument panels, electronic gear shift/throttle control and fuel gauge instrument. (Needed autopilot)
- Pilot House Nav. Station: Extra large chart table measuring 55" x 34" with full size chart drawer beneath. One file drawer & two supportive drawers. Ample space for nav and sat com gear
- Extra outlets for laptop computers, printer
- Partial Interior: (Needed for completion) cabinet door frames, fiddles and trim. Marine–Ply Semi-gloss laminate soles in accommodation spaces. Polyurethane finish in accommodation areas
- Port Aft Cabin: Hull has a separate aft cabin which contains a queen size double berth (mattress) (60” wide, 80” long), built in dresser, one bench seat with additional stowage beneath seats and berth, along with hot & cold water wash basin. A deck hatch and opening ports provide excellent cross ventilation
- Port Midship Cabin: Each hull has a cabin amidships that contains a large queen sized berth. (Needed) hanging locker built in dresser, storage cabinet and possible bookshelf.- per owner needs. A large hatch and two opening ports provide ventilation
- Port Head: Head is equipped with a vanity with polished stainless steel sink with hot/cold pressure water. Laminate countertop and stowage locker beneath. Two large stowage lockers with shelves for towels, etc. are within easy reach. Lavac toilet plumbed to holding tank with overboard discharge as well as pump out
- Port Shower: Semi-gloss polyurethane finish for easy cleanup. Hot/cold pressure water. Waterproof light. Electric sump pump
- Starboard forward Hull Head & Shower: on-board (needs installation)
- Workbench: (Port hull) lockers above & below for tool and parts storage
- Fenders, (4) 10"
- RIB inflatable 10’ center console dinghy
- Johnson 15-HP engine
- Three portable fire extinguishers