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|Type||Motorjachten en Motorkruisers|
The Searanger Atlantic 43 Aft Deck is the result of a collaboration between the expert naval architect John Bennett and the highly skilled team from SeaRanger Yachts. This is a spacious 43' motor cruiser with excellent sea keeping and handling , offering accommodation in two double berth cabins forward and aft with split level galley/dinette and saloon arrangement. Externally, an extended aft deck offers a spacious enclosed seating and entertaining area and raised protected helm position. A long bathing platform, wide side decks and well appointed deck gear make this a boat to move around and handle with ease. The SeaRanger Atlantic 43 offers generous specification and is built to an exceptional standard of quality and finish that is hard to match.
The semi displacement hull form offers fuel efficient cruising at varying speed through to a top speed of 25kts. Displacement cruising at 8 or so knots is most enjoyable, and cost effective!
This example has one owner from new and has very light use. Currently afloat in Ghent - Belgium, she has excellent inventory and is ready serviced for 2022.
A turn key motor boating package.
We can arrange a viewing at any time - please call.
Twin Volvo Penta D6-370HP/HS80A(2:5:1) Diesel Engines with 700hrs
Aquamet 50mm dia single tapered shafts with split half couplings
Flexible shaft logs with electro-eliminator brush assemblies
R & D flexible couplings
Aluminium Bronze P Brackets assemblies
Aluminium Bronze Rudder assemblies in GRP rudder tubes
Hyperform 4 bladed dynamically balanced propellers
Rudder tie bar with emergency steering coupling
Full Cathodic protection and bonding throughout
High volume engine bay ventilation fans
GRP water trap exhaust silencers
Engine room sound insulation throughout
Automatic engine bay fire protection system with alarms and engine shutdown;
Twin Aluminium fuel tanks with remote fuel shut off valves
High flow fuel/water separators with drain off taps
Fuel crossover system allowing each engine to draw from either tank and tank isolation in the event of contamination
Fuel level indicators
Electric bilge pumps with auto float switches, manual override and alarms
Manual Bilgepump system with multi compartment pickup
4 x 200ah 12V high CCA batteries for domestic power
1 x 150ah 12V High CCA batteries for both engine start
Remote electronic battery isolation switches
Automatic emergency start battery link system
12V 120A switch mode battery complete with 5000W invertor
Charge management system for both alternators and charger
240V AC shore power connection
240V AC ring Main
12V DC/ 240V AC electrical distribution panel with on/off circuit breakers
Outboard bracket on transom
Enclosed aft deck with U shaped seating and optional al fresco dining table
Stbd side helm position with triple seating for both the helmsman and crew
Wide side decks enclosed by full length stainless steel rails with side access gates
Extended bathing platform with stairs to aft deck
Aikona teak laid bathing platform and steps;
Twin rail close fronted stainless steel pulpit with integral fender baskets and side access gates
8 x stainless steel mooring cleats
12V DC Reversible electric anchor winch comes with 15 fathoms of anchor chain
Controls for winch on foredeck and at helm
3 x mooring warps
Stainless steel handrails to cabin sides and transom
Fixed stainless steel windscreen around helm
Folding GRP arch
Fwd and aft deck canopies
Stainless steel bathing platform access ladder
Stainless steel framed sliding entrance door
External helm position with seating for 3
U shaped aft deck seating area with enclosed GRP dodgers and stainless steel pushpit
Screen cover for main saloon screen
TV aerial to main mast
Garmin GM110 speed and depth gauges
Garmin 5012 GPS Chart Plotter
Garmin GMR18 4Kw Radar
Raymarine 240 VHF
|Lengte over alles||13.25m|
|Drinkwatertank||2 x 600 l ()|
|Brandstoftank||1 x 700 l ()|
|Afvalwatertank||1 x 200 l ()|
|Model motor||D-6 370|
|Model motor||D-6 370|
|Windsnelheid en -richting||✓|
British Cruiser SeaRanger 43 Double Cabin
The SeaRanger 43 is a versatile cruising boat that has been designed for northern
climes or for someone who would like to use their boat year round. When the Brits
go cruising they must be ready for nearly anything as gales can cook up in the North
Atlantic in the drop of a tea cup and come sweeping in on the United Kingdom. The
English Channel and Irish Sea tend to have short, steep waves so their boats need
to be strong and water tight, and the SeaRanger 43 has been built to that spec.
Ahhh, its $2 to the pound, you say, I'll wait a few years. You don't have to. The
price tag on the Sea Ranger 43 is similar to what you'd pay for a boat built in
the U.S. of the same size and class.
The SeaRanger 43 shown in her natural habitat
off the south coast of England.
Double cabin yachts used to be quite popular in the U.S., but over the years they
have pretty much been over shadowed by express cruisers and more recently, the new
coups. These days in North America you'll find only a few builders offering double
cabin motoryachts. If you want to do some serious cruising in the north then a double
cabin is a wonderful option.
Note Isinglass buttons up the flying bridge making it
a great entertaining space even in England in August.
SeaRanger has done what we think is a superb job of designing a 43' double cabin
that has made good use of space below, but it has also designed a profile that is
attractive and not high and boxy-looking. She not only looks seaworthy and shippy,
she is. And to the Anglophiles among us, she has a distinctive British look about
Built on a 13'7" beam, drawing 3'7", this 27,000-lb. (dry) vessel is designed to
be easily driven by twin Volvo Penta 330-hp or 370-hp diesels. Since Europe has
been living with high fuel prices for 50 years, designing fuel-efficient boats is
nothing new. SeaRanger says she goes 28 knots, but we'll have to wait for our tests
to find out the specifics.
This view shows the galley down (l), part of the dinette (r), and the saloon
in the background.
The companionway leads to the flying bridge.
SeaRanger has chosen to make this boat a galley down
version. This has the advantage of opening up the salon -- or the ‘saloon" as the
Brits call it -- for entertaining and a bit more elegance. Even though the galley
is down, the forward cabin is functional.
She’s Made for Cruising
The boat has a number of features that are a bit out of the ordinary: a hot air
heating system, "domestic-sized" toilet bowels (Yeah!), an extensive electronics
package including chartplottter and 4kw Garmin radar, triple seating at the flying
bridge helm station, Aikone teak on the swim platform, and granite counter tops
throughout the boat.
We like the three helm seats side-by-side,
something one rarely sees on U.S.-built boats.
The boat comes with an optional hard top, which we
would recommend. With hard top and Isinglass all around, you will have a huge observation
deck for a party, rain or shine.
If you are interested in this boat, may we suggest that you consider taking delivery
in Europe. Cruising the Baltic is a once in a lifetime opportunity and the boat
has a relative low "air draft" which means she can get under many of the bridges
across Northern Europe's canals and rivers. When you are tired of cruising Europe,
you can ship her back to North America on Dockwise.