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Fountaine Pajot Athena, 1995, Daytona Beach, Florida, $198,500, Price reduced 6/18/17 to $189,500

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Fountaine Pajot Athena, 1995

  • LOA 38'
  • Beam 20.5'
  • Berthed in Daytona Beach, FL

    What's your dream?

  • Quiet and solitude, or right in the thick of things ?

    Cruising on "KIT" offers the best of both. You can escape from the maddening crowd anchored off a secluded beach, or invite the "gang" to party, swim, or snorkel places only reached by boat.

    Updated electronics, rebuilt engines, well maintained Fountaine Pajot Athena Blue Water catamaran ready for your dreams.

    Sails/Rigging:

  • Roller furling jib/genoa with UV cover ,plastic insert to see ahead
  • Full battened main, extended roach, tri-radial (10 oz Calvert) with 2 reef points (2006) UV Cover, boom gallows on hard top bimini, top car , traveler (2011).
  • Garhauer rigid boom vang (2015), removed the need for a topping lift, which always seemed to get snagged on the main
  • Symmetrical spinnaker with ETN sock and a wonderful 4 point control system designed/installed by Keys Rigging allows easy adjustment from rear deck Put up the main , fly the spinnaker and go 13 knots
  • additional light air symmetrical spinnaker
  • life lines (2014) we went with the coated Stainless because they are easier to hold onto
  • All other standing/running rigging replaced as recommended by Keys Rigging (2017)

    Auxiliary power:

  • 2 Yanmar 18 hp 2 cylinder (2gm20f) diesel engines with sail drives (sd20),
  • Approximately 100 hours on overhauled port engine, zero hours on Starboard engine. After determining lower portion of both engines to be okay, we had both heads removed and rebuilt.
  • All new seals, gaskets. belts, hoses, salt water pumps, injectors, starboard fresh water pump, heat exchangers well cleaned, port exhaust mixing elbow, lift pumps.....they look and run like new!!We went with rebuilding rather than new because the 2GM20F's are tough little diesels, have a terrific reputation for dependability, are efficient and simple to work on.

    2 new props, new seals and boots on sail drives, new spare prop

  • Dual Racor Fuel Filters
  • entire fuel system "polished"

    Hulls:

  • No blisters, both hulls thermo scanned
  • 3 coats Trinidad sr 60 bottom paint (2017) -rudders removed/epoxy filled/painted, new bushings/trued (2014) -Saildrives rebuilt (2014)/zincs/painted (2017)

    Electrical:

  • current electrical schematics for entire AC/DC systems and sub systems, well labeled equipment
  • (2) 110 watt solar panels w/controller (2014)
  • (2) 250 watt solar panels w/midnight solar controller (2016)
  • Superwind 400 watt wind charger, the nicest wind system we've had in 40 years living off grid (2014)
  • (8) 6v GC-3 house/starting batteries ( 2017)
  • 110v exterior shore power connector with 30amp extension cords (2) and adaptors, wired to inverter/battery charger
  • 3000 watt inverter pure sine wave Outback with remote control. Automatically goes from inverter to shore power, multistage battery charger, power conditioner (2014) This is, in our opinion, the best system. It does far to many things to get into here, but one feature we use while in a marina hooked up to shore power is the ability of the unit to switch to an inverter if shore power drops below a certain voltage or frequency, saving the compressor and headaches
  • Blue Sea 120vac circuit panel with 6 breakers/diverter (shore-generator) (2014), GFI outlets in all berths, helm and two in galley
  • Blue Sea DC 16 circuit breaker/analog meter panel (2014) with auto night time backlights, DC outlets at helm and nav station
  • All accessible wiring replaced 2014, all to ABYC standards,
  • 16,000 Btu MarinAir air conditioner and reverse cycle heat pump, Handily cools/heats entire boat (2014)
  • 120 volt back up for water heater (Photovoltaics also heat water when batteries are charged (dump load), Starboard engine also produces DHW)
  • LED lights in all original areas, many added LED where needed (2015)
  • LED anchor light with dawn/dusk controller (2014) -Dusk/dawn controller for electrical panel back lights and stairway lights
  • 2000 watt Honda generator
  • bilge pumps with remote on/auto/off switching(2014), manual bilge with hose that reaches into either hull -wolo air horn (2015), rule the ICW -This system is oversized to accommodate additional loads, we have NEVER had to run engines or generator to charge batteries, Honda runs the air conditioner/heat pump

    Electronics: All electronics are either new 2016 or as indicated

  • Garmin 541s chart plotter with G-2 charts for all U.S. waters AND Caribbean (2011)
  • Ray marine 4 KW Digital Radome radar
  • Ray marine AIS transceiver. Separate a67 display shows radar/AIS. These two items are great for night/fog bound crossings, seeing a storm 48 miles away, letting commercial traffic know who you are. They can be overlayed on Raymarine Lighthouse charts on the a67, updates are free thru NOAA
  • Ray marine wind speed/direction, sog, depth/temp, autohelm displays at helm
  • Ray marine au-200 Autopilot, we call this "the snotty little robot" it steers a better course than humanly possible
  • Ray marine a70 Multi-Display at Nav station
  • Two VHF with DSC registered, internal GPS, one at helm, one at nav station each with dedicated antenna
  • Sony stereo/CD player/ipod input w/indoor/outdoor speakers
  • Icom 802 ssb, 23'Shakespeare whip antenna, 140 tuner, KISS repose, interfaced with Garmin for automatic position relay with distress . When you get beyond cellphone range you will be very glad to have this....
  • WirieAP wi-fi booster and wireless access point on board wi-fi for several devices at once, great reception even 2 miles away -Toshiba 27" led screen TV with built in DVD player (2011)

    Ground Tackle:

  • Maxwell HRC-10 windlass (2016) with 3 anchors set up:
  • 60# Manson anchor (2011) with 54' 3/8 galv chain (2016) and 300' 3/4" 3 strand nylon(2004), Set this anchor properly and sleep soundly!
  • 44# Danforth with 120' 5/16 galv chain
  • 40# Bruce (2004)with 30' 5/16 galv chain and 120' nylon
  • anchor washdown

    Dinghy:

  • 310 rib w/oars, anchor, running lights, sun cover chaps, very nice fold up ladder to get into dink when snorkeling
  • Tohatsu 4 stroke electric start 9.8Hp motor (2016) with fins
  • Warn winch lifts dinghy in powder coated/bottom painted cradle with remote operator, one thumb raises and secures it -UV cover tarp for long term storage when inverted on trampoline

    Galley/Heads:

  • Force 10 Stainless steel 3 burner cook top and oven/broiler, spark ignition and pot clamps (not that you need them on a cat...) (2014)
  • Large West Marine SS exterior grill, hooked to main gas supply
  • LP locker holds two standard tanks, remote operated solenoid (2016), per ABYC standards Twin deep sinks Aquasanna filter system (makes for good tasting water from tanks) Dish drying rack with drain
  • Refrigeration/freezer: Large chest-style refrigerator, separate chest freezer, each with own thermostat, Adler Barbour super cold machine, remote recording thermometers (2016)
  • Fold up/down prep table extends counter space (2010) -Engel stand alone refrigerator/freezer (acts as extra seat too!)(2011) We use it for drinks during a party or, by turning it to freezer temps, we us it while defrosting the freezer.
  • faucets (2016) and heads (2010), heads rebuilt (2016) , 52 gallon (each) holding tanks (2011,2014), new waste plumbing (2011) tanks large enough so you don't have to lecture your friends about marine head water use!
  • large volume water pressurizing pump allows the use of more than one fixture at a time, coupled with a larger captive air tank for efficiency and steady pressure, easily adjusted pressure range.
  • Functionally stocked with Stainless steel pans, newer nautical themed dish set, Stainless steel flatware

    Other Features:

  • Hard top Bimini with Lexan inserts, Stay dry/warm at the helm. Bimini can be walked on to deal with sail cover or a jammed sail. We got this boat with a rag top Bimini, which was a leaky, rattly joke, this fixed one is such an improvement, the lexan can handle being hit with a wave -power vents, both hulls (2014), no mildew when boat is closed up full set of new dock lines, 2 sets of covered Taylor fenders (2014) trampoline (2017) Newer than first pix, we just really like that pix...
  • Kiwigrip non-skid decks (2017), we tried this first on the rear steps and liked its grip and ease of cleaning. When we did the rest of the boat we did a few additional areas not originally treated with non slip, which we found should have been.
  • interior salon sliding window drapes with radiant barrier (2013)
  • Fresh water shower at swim ladder
  • roll up rear deck shade cloths (2013,2015)
  • Removable shade cloth for area forward of hardtop Bimini, reduces/eliminates need for air conditioner (2014) -Salon seats reupholstered/new foam/salon seating modified for comfort, seats 6 easily
  • additional salon storage cabinets, additional galley storage cabinets, additional head storage -closed cell cushions for rear deck (2014)
  • larger table for rear deck with overhead lighting, seats six comfortably, eight if they are intimate friends.
  • adjustable helm chair (2016)
  • foam mattresses in all 4 berths (2011) , additional shelving in all berths -all hatches/ports screened, sliding screen door
  • all 9 hatches replaced with Lewmar hatches (2014)
  • fire extinguishers, CO and smoke alarm -boat hooks and deck brush -Fujinon 7x50 binoculars -portable vhf radio -needed USCG flares
  • grab bars in stairs and bridge deck -Bosuns chair
  • PFDs and safety harnesses -large/convenient paper chart storage/fold down chart table, unlike the totally unusable triangular table, this one holds even the large format ones flat.
  • Padauk interior ceilings/cabinet doors, it is a beautiful wood!
  • replaced "monkey fur" wall covering as needed (2014) -mounted fans in each berth and salon

    Capacities:

  • Diesel 52 gallons, extra portable container. Depending on speed/windage/currents, this tank can take you 350-500 nautical miles under power, if you do run out there is a simple way to prime engines.
  • Water 125 gallons (two 62.5 gallon tanks), extra portable container, water hose
  • Holding tanks :52 gallons on starboard, 50 gallons on port, both plumbed with diverter valves that lock, we have passed many a USCG inspection....Pump out ports are easily reachable by dockhands/pump out boats

    Miscellaneous:

  • macerator pump (12vdc) for emptying holding tanks, while tanks have manual discharge pumps, you can use this electric one instead -all shop and parts manuals -charts (electronic AND paper ) for East coast US, Florida, Bahamas and all Caribbean.
  • all courtesy flags for Caribbean and central/south america -patch kits/plugs/sail repair kits/head repair kits
  • spare alternator, water pump, impellers, injectors, starter, hoses, belts, propeller, refrigerator pump/fan, lights....
  • Complete set of tools in a large secure tool chest
  • Topsider oil change pump
  • Manual injection pump for putting cleaning fluids into raw water pumps in refrigeration and air conditioner

    Here is a link to some more pix:

    Email Steve at sak54757@yahoo.com

  • or phone/text 6085665336
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