Privilege 510 (Georgia)

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Asking: $1,449,000 (USD)
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Location: Savannah, GA, US (Georgia)
S/V Rogue is a Savannah, GA, US based 2021 Privilege 510 Catamaran For Sale By Broker
This catamaran owner requires financial settlement only. No trades.
Responses to inquiries may come from a broker, and this sale may include brokerage fees.

ROGUE is an iconic example of the highly desirable Privilege 510 model. Finished and painted with a tasteful but striking red hull and black accents, Rogue is a head turner in any anchorage. For that reason, Privilege presented Rogue at the most recent Annapolis Sailboat Show and has featured her in many of their marketing and advertising campaigns. Privilege Catamarans has a long and well-deserved reputation for producing some of the finest luxury blue water sailing catamarans in the world – with a focus on exceptional build quality, refined finishes, and solid construction. Rogue was splashed at the yard in Les Sables-d’Olonne, France in the Spring of 2021.

Rogue is a privately owned vessel primarily used for family sailing trips in the Caribbean and US East Coast. She is currently owned by an experienced sailor and seasoned boat owner whos kept her in immaculate condition. They have recently purchased a larger catamaran so its time for Rogue to find a new home.

She has the very functional 4 double cabin layout, which is ideal for liveaboard family cruising or hosting guests. Each cabin features its own en suite head with separate shower stall. The interior finishes are superb with Alpi Oak cabinetry, white lacquers, high end upholsteries, and Corian countertops. The open concept galley and salon offers a panoramic view over the entire deck and a seamless connection with the aft cockpit through the large sliding glass doors. The salon is bright and airy with a comfortable and functional L-shaped settee. The U-shaped galley has extensive counter space, cabinets, and a full suite of appliances.

The lateral chart table is easily accessed from the cockpit. The ergonomic layout offers multiple locations for lounging or relaxing, ample storage space, and functional seating. All operations of the boat can be performed from the bulkhead oriented helm position which allows for unobstructed visibility, easy sail handling, and full weather protection.

Dont be fooled though, Rogue is more than just an attractive showboat. She also features upgraded equipment to ensure a fantastic sailing experience. Several of her equipment upgrades include a canoe boom, square top mainsail, electric headsail furlers, and a comprehensive quiver of sails including a spinnaker and gennaker.

Rogue is US Duty Paid and in turn-key condition. She is available for showings by appointment in beautiful Savannah, GA.

Other highlights include:

  • Yanmar 80hp diesel engines
  • 1200ah ReLion Lithium House Battery Bank
  • Multi-voltage Charging capability (US and EU shore power connections)
  • Onan 12kW Generator
  • Solar
  • 2 x Hydro generators
  • Full Raymarine navigation electronics suite
  • Webasto Air Conditioning / Heating throughout
  • Miele Washing Machine / Dryer
  • Miele Dishwasher
  • Watermaker
  • And so much more!

Specifications
Catamaran Name:S/V Rogue
Model:510
Year Built:2021
Builder:Mark Lombard
Designer:Franck Darnet Design
Loa: 56′ | 17.09 m
Lwl:49’8″ | 15.13 m
Beam:26′ | 7.98 m
Draft:5’1″ | 1.57 m
Displacement:55,115 lbs. | 25 t
Mast Height:69' 5"
Fuel Tanks:1 (211 Gallons)
Water Tanks:1 (211 Gallons)
Cabins:4
Heads:4
Engines:2 x Yanmar 4JH80 80 hp
Engine Hours: 1600 / 1600

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SPECS

  • Keel: Fin Keel

MEASUREMENTS

  • Length Overall: 56 ft
  • Max Draft: 5' 0"
  • Bridge Clearance Measure: 69' 5"
  • Beam Measure: 26' 0"

ENGINE(S)

  • Total Power: 160
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4JH80
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1600
  • Engine Power: 80 hp
  • Total Power: 160
  • Engine Brand: Yanmar
  • Engine Model: 4JH80
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 1600
  • Engine Power: 80 hp

TANKS

  • Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (211 Gallons)
  • Fuel Tanks: 1 (211 Gallons)

Accommodations

  • Number of cabins: 4
  • Number of heads: 4

Interior Systems

  • Miele 4-Burner Gas Stove
  • Miele Electric Oven
  • Miele Dishwasher
  • 3 x Refrigerators
  • 1 x Freezer
  • Ice Maker
  • SS Catalina BBQ
  • Miele Washing Machine
  • Webasto Bluecool Air Conditioning / Heating
  • Fresh water Electric Heads
  • Watermaker
  • 43″ Flatscreen TV

Navigation Electronics

  • Full Raymarine electronics suite including:
  • 2 x ChartPlotters
  • Depthsounder
  • Radar
  • AIS
  • Log-Speedometer
  • Wind Speed and Direction
  • Autopilot
  • VHF Radio
  • Fusion Apollo sound system
  • KVH Satellite internet
  • Wifi / 4G router

Electrical

  • Digital Switching – Control all electrical systems from a touchscreen.
  • Multi-Voltage Charging Capability with 110v and 220v Shore Power Inlets (plug in anywhere in the world!)
  • 1200ah ReLion lithium House Battery Bank (New 2022)
  • Onan 12kw Generator
  • Multiplus 3000w Inverter
  • 110v Xantrex Charge Controller
  • 8 x 115w Solar Panels
  • 2 x Hyrdro Generators (fixed in hull – forward of the propellers)

Sails and Rigging

  • Fully Battened Mainsail
  • Furling Genoa
  • Code 0 Gennaker
  • Staysail
  • ProFurl Electric Headsail Furlers

Mechanical

  • 2 x 80hp Yanmar 4JH80 diesel engines – 1600hrs each
  • SD60 Saildrives
  • Folding Props
  • 12kW Onan Generator – 2755hrs

On Deck

  • Cockpit Shower
  • Electric Davits
  • Tender: Highfield 310 with Honda 20hp Outboard
  • 4 x Underwater lights

Hull

  • Hulls and bridge deck infused with closed cells PVC foam core
  • Isophthalic gelcoat
  • 1st layer in vinylester resin to prevent osmosis
  • Bulkheads
  • Structural bulkheads infused with closed cells PVC foam core
  • Bulkheads directly laminated to hull and bridge deck
  • Additional parts
  • Crash boxes at false bows and transoms
  • Keels
  • Structural keels, integrated into the hulls

Deck

  • Deck infused with closed cells PVC foam core
  • Isophthalic gelcoat colour: Signal White RAL 9003
  • 1st layer in vinylester resin
  • Aft cockpit with L-shape bench on starboard side and straight benches on port side and on aft beam
  • Structure
  • Monolithic areas and aluminium reinforcements under infusion
  • Deck laminated to hull and bulkheads laminated to deck
  • Deckhouse
  • Large coachroof with 5 ventilation hatches and with an extension including LED lights above cockpit
  • Raised helm station on port side with double seat, 1 locker and 1 bag for halyards
  • Additional parts
  • 1 locker on each forepeak, accessible through deck hatches with ventilation and ladder, lockable
  • 2 lockers on central pod accessible through deck hatches with ventilation and ladder, lockable
  • 1 locker for anchor storage
  • 1 locker in cockpit for storage of one propane gas bottle 13 kg
  • 6 cockpit lockers including one with second access to life raft
  • 2 cockpit lockers in the aft beam

Rigging

  • Standing rig
  • Black lacquered aluminium mast 21.21 m high with:
  • 2 sets of spreaders with leather protection
  • Mainsail track with ball bearing sliders
  • LEWMAR 50ST EVO winch at the foot on starboard side for genoa, staysail, gennaker/ spinnaker halyards and lazy jacks
  • 4 foldable steps to gooseneck, footrest at gooseneck, 2 foldable steps at masthead
  • LED tricolour navigation light at masthead, steaming light, anchor light, fixed deck light in front of the mast
  • 2 LED lights under first set of spreader
  • Mechanical wind vane at masthead
  • Black lacquered aluminium canoe boom with:
  • Lazy bag
  • Sheaves for reefing lines
  • Mainsail outhaul on fixed points
  • Black lacquered aluminium welded crossbeam with seagull striker
  • Stainless steel 1×19 wire including forestay, inner forestay, cap shrouds, lower shrouds and 4 diamonds
  • Sails and Running Rigging
  • High performance running rigging, Dyneema core with:
  • 1 halyard for mainsail, genoa and staysail
  • 2 sheets for mainsail and 2 sheets for genoa
  • 1 genoa furling line
  • Reefing lines, lazy jacks and topping lift
  • High quality sails with:
  • Roach mainsail 88 m, 3 reefs, full batten, Dacron
  • Genoa on manual furler, 57 m, with UV leech guard, Dacron

Deck hardware

  • 1 elctric LEWMAR 55EST EVO winch at helm station on port side for mainsail halyard, reefing lines, genoa, staysail and gennaker/spinnaker furling lines and topping lift
  • 1 electric LEWMAR 65FEST EVO winch at helm station on starboard side for genoa and staysail sheets
  • 1 electric LEWMAR 55EST EVO winch backward the helm station for mainsail sheets and traveller
  • Mainsheet traveller with double ball bearing car and control line
  • Manual furler for genoa
  • 2 tracks for genoa/ staysail including cars with pin stop
  • 3 winch handles with holders

Exterior equipment

  • Glazing
  • Stainless steel patio door to saloon with 3 leaves, 2 sliding
  • Large mineral glass windows on hull and deckhouse
  • Flush hatches on deck and deckhouse

Mooring Anchoring

  • 8 stainless steel mooring cleats, 500 mm 4x, 360 mm 4x
  • 8 stainless steel anti-chafing protections
  • 2 stainless steel mooring cleats, 360 mm, on transom
  • 4 mooring lines
  • 8 fenders, 910 mm x 360 mm
  • 1 electric anchor windlass 2000W with drum, gypsy 10 mm, deck switches and 1 wired remote control with chain counter at the chain locker
  • Bow anchor roller with 1 stainless steel mooring cleat 500 mm
  • Mooring bridle
  • Stainless steel plate to prevent anchor chain chafing
  • Main mooring line with galvanized Delta-Anchor 40 kg, swivel, 75 m galvanized chain grade 70 10 mm, 25 m rope

Deck Fittings

  • 2 stainless steel pulpits with teak seats and LED navigation lights
  • 4 stainless steel pushpits, 2 outside, 2 inside transoms
  • Railing, 750 mm height, with side openings, including stanchions and 3 guard lines in stainless steel
  • 2 white nets in coated polyester mesh
  • 2 stainless steel handrails on deckhouse
  • 3 lifelines in stainless steel, 2 on the deck, 1 on the deck house
  • Aft cockpit
  • Fixed teak cockpit table 1400 mm x 1000 mm with stainless steel central foot
  • Stairs from cockpit to helm station
  • Stairs from cockpit to side deck
  • Helm station
  • Double seat Spradling Silvertex, full range of colours
  • Windscreen in mineral glass with stainless steel frame
  • Transoms
  • Fixed stainless steel swimming ladder with deck shower on port transom
  • Upholstery
  • Upholstery for cockpit Spradling Silvertex, full range of colours
  • 2 foldable director chairs in teak with cotton ecru seats

Interior

  • Furniture Alpi Oak style, satin varnish
  • Floorboard laminated wood Resopal Valley Oak 4166-WH
  • All worktops in synthetic resin Hi-macs Solids collection
  • Upholstery Coated fabrics leather style Spradling Valencia
  • Lining ceiling and wall: Spradling Hitch Iceberg 8962
  • Saloon centered ceiling: Spradling Silvertext Ice 4004
  • Deckhouse surround windows
  • Lining bed frames, headboards and bedsides
  • White solid surfaces: Egger Alpine White W1101 STPT
  • Dark solid surfaces: Egger Graphite Grey U961 STPT
  • OCEANAIR Curtians throughout
  • Spring frames and mattresses for all the beds

Galley & Salon

  • Salon
  • 1 L-shape bench
  • 1 fixed rectangular dining table
  • 1 cupboard behind the fixed leaf of the patio door
  • Curtain for patio door in fabrics
  • Galley area
  • 1 gas cooker with 3 burners
  • 1 gas oven
  • 1 stainless steel fridge 130 l without freezer
  • 1 large sink with mixing tap
  • 1 integrated waste bin
  • Worktop in synthetic resin Hi-macs Solids collection
  • Numerous storage spaces and drawers
  • Navigation area
  • Chart table with footstool
  • Wall panel for receiving electronics, monitoring and entertainment
  • Adjustable LED light

Systems

  • Air conditioning
  • A/C system predisposed for future chiller, power and sea water connection, fan coils power and chilled water/ glycol circuit insulation hoses

Electrics & electronics

  • 12Vdc network
  • 230Vac, 50Hz network
  • Supervision system management with controller for data capture and 1 touch screen 10″ to check: AC/DC networks, gauges and pumps, lighting, service switches, alarms
  • Wiring & control boxes
  • Set of control boxes arranged throughout the boat including breakers and control relays
  • Shore power outlet: 230Vac, 50Hz and 115Vac, 60Hz with shore power cables
  • Batteries & chargers
  • 1200ah ReLion Lithium House Battery Bank (New 2022)
  • 2 gel batteries 55Ah, 12Vdc for engines
  • 1 gel battery 55Ah, 12Vdc for generator
  • 1 chargeMaster 100A, 12Vdc
  • 1 inverter AC Master 3500W, 230Vac
  • Generator
  • ONAN 12kW Generator
  • Lighting
  • LED daylight downlights arranged throughout the boat including cockpit, white and red in saloon and cockpit, with dimmers
  • LED daylight reading lights arranged throughout the cabins
  • 1 flexible reading light at chart table
  • 2 LED lights on each transom
  • Electric devices
  • 230Vac, 50Hz circuit with 2 outlets in each cabin, 4 in the master suite, 4 in the galley, 2 in the saloon and 2 at chart table and 2 in the engine rooms = 18
  • Twin USB charging: 1 in each cabin, 2 in the master suite, 1 in the saloon and 1 at chart table = 5

Navigation instruments

  • 2 Raymarine i70s at helm station with DST transducers for Depth/Speed/Temperature/Wind
  • GPS Receiver RS150
  • VHF antenna, 1 wired handset Ray 90 at chart table with passive speaker and 1 wireless handset Ray 90 at helm station with active speaker
  • Magnetic compass, northern hemisphere
  • Mechanical wind vane

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Andrew @ The Multihull Company

By Andrew @ The Multihull Company

Andrew grew up sailing his father’s Hobie Cat and transitioned that into a long career as a USCG licensed captain in the yachting industry. Working his way up from his college years as a sailing instructor to a position as a private yacht captain aboard a Gunboat 57, he brings with him a comprehensive knowledge of catamarans and the cruising life. His career has taken him from his home waters of Cape Fear, through the waters of the Caribbean, Mediterranean, Central, South American, and the South Pacific Islands. During that time, he worked as a charter yacht captain and a professional delivery skipper specializing in catamarans. Andrew has operated a wide variety of multihulls, everything from old Lagoons to brand new Outremers and most things in between. This experience has given him an extensive first-hand knowledge of many different makes and models and a solid understanding of their various strengths and weaknesses.