2011 Privilege 615

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2011 Privilege 615

Dania Beach FL, US





US electrical spec / new teak decks / new 14′ AB RIB tender 

The owner of SEA FOREVER has invested $1million over the last few years on improvements that include the conversion from EU electrical spec to US electrical specification, new teak decking, new sails, and other important upgrades that are all listed within the brochure. 

The Privilege 615  SEA FOREVER is a luxury sloop-rigged catamaran launched in 2011 by Alliaura Marine. Powerful and elegant, the Privilège 615 is a charmer. Her easy-to-use deck plan and performance make this catamaran the ideal yacht for long-range cruising. She is seaworthy, with a top design, a fantastic build quality and is very well-equipped..

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The Privilege 615  SEA FOREVER is a luxury sloop-rigged catamaran launched in 2011 by Alliaura Marine. Powerful and elegant, the Privilège 615 is a charmer. Her easy-to-use deck plan and performance make this catamaran the ideal yacht for long-range cruising. She is seaworthy, with a top design, a fantastic build quality and is very well-equipped.

SEA FOREVER offers very spacious and friendly living areas: a wide main deck saloon with stunning panoramic views, communicating through an extra-large sliding door with a large aft cockpit perfect for al-fresco dining. All four guest and owner cabins are totally private and with air conditioning. She features also plenty of external deck space with a great flybridge for navigation and farniente on the large sun pads, as well as a beamy foredeck with 2 trampolines, perfect for sunning or just simply relaxing. SEA FOREVER has been very well maintained by a professional crew, is in excellent condition throughout and ready to cruise. 


Upgraded Carpentry in Maple – glossy varnish
Floorboards in Wenge
All working tops (galley and heads) in Black Granite Corian G31
Ceiling liners on lightweight support anti-distortion
Upgraded covers for Bimini and hardtop with windows
Bench in saloon and settee in cabins microfiber color grey
5 Upgraded courtesy lights on steps

Master Stateroom

One central forward master cabin (access from port)
King size bed 180cm x 200cm under arch with books shelves at head of bed
2 x Reading lights
Deck hatches for ventilation with upgraded OCEANAIR mosquito and blackout screens
Lounge corner with hanging cupboard, hairdressing table and mirror 
Air conditioning controls
En-suite has separate shower forward on port side with multi-spray jets
Freshwater electrical toilet
Deck hatch and hull portholes
Storage and bathroom accessories


The salon (sitting and dining area, bar) has been designed for a maximum use of free space, is flooded with natural light and comfortably functional. Two loungers are available for reading or watching television. An L-Shaped bar with 2 drawer refrigerator/freezer and icemaker. The navigational position reserved for the skipper is perfectly and discreetly integrated on the port side. Thanks to the new design, the entire saloon opens out through a large sliding bay window onto the cockpit so that the teak deck is on the same level as the saloon.


2 x Sinks basins
4 x Burners
Electric oven
1 x Large new fridge s/steel
1 x Freezer s/steel of 110 
Numerous storage cupboards
Extractor fan
Large window on side with opening porthole and deck hatch
3 x 110 V electric sockets
Microwave fit in, stainless frontage (not connected)

Port Gangway

Numerous cupboards for storage
Combo Washer/Dryer 5kg
2 x Courtesy lights per stairs


Hulls, main pod and deck in foam sandwich Divinicell, infusion application
Structural bulkheads in vacuum sandwich 
Monolithic areas and plywood reinforcements
Anti-osmosis barrier
Fin Keel
Upgraded gloss finish woodwork and dark Wenge floors

Mast, Rigging, and Sails

26.5 m white-lacquered light alloy mast by Marechal
New Ball-bearing-mounted mainsail luff slides
3 x pairs of spreaders with leather protection
1 x set of navigation lights, anchor light, deck spotlight
1 x mechanical wind vane
Steps on mast up to boom

White-lacquered aluminum boom by Marechal fitted with:
•Lazy jacks 
•Blocks with jammers for reefing lines 
•1 lazy bag

Standing rigging (sleeved, except for forestay & diamonds) with: 
•1 inner forestay 
•1 forestay
•2 lower shrouds 
•2 shrouds
•2 outer diamonds 

Upgraded Spectra Running rigging including: 
•1 topping lift
•1 genoa halyard
•1 mainsail halyard
•1 mainsheet, 3 reef lines
•2 genoa sheets
•1 mainsail outhaul
•1 genoa furler line
•2 mainsail car lines

Set of sails in Dacron by Incidence and Doyle: 
•Fully battened mainsail 124 m2 / 1335 sqm
•Furling genoa 90 m2 / 968 sqm
•Furling staysail
•Furling Code 

Deck Fittings

2 x Trampoline nets forward
2 x S/steel bow pulpits with seats and navigation lights
2 x Anchor rollers on pod, each with cleat
Electrical windlass in mooring locker (for ½ inch chain)
S/steel plate anchor chain protection
2 x Fore peaks with deck hatches
3 x Lockers in the pod with access by deck hatch
8 x S/steel mooring cleats
Spectra guardrails 3 lines USCG height 75 cm
2 x Lifelines
2 x Aft pushpits
Gangway 2.60m
Docking lines, fenders
Main mooring with Manson anchor + 100m of chain diameter one-half inch
Secondary anchor line 50m + Danforth anchor
Mooring bridle


Wide sliding door between saloon and cockpit
Aft cockpit bench with 2 lockers
Upgraded teak cockpit table in teak with s/steel support and bench on starboard
Locker in cockpit for life raft with double access
Longitudinal locker in cockpit floor for long items
Set of cockpit cushions in creme
Upgraded Teak laid cockpit floor and (2017) transoms
Large hardtop with built-in lights and flying bridge support
2 x Electrical davits
Aft and side covers with corners and windows


Deck shower hot/cold water
Folding S/steel swim ladder under transom floor with teak steps
2 x S/steel handrails in transoms
2 x Lights per transom
Underwater LED light in each transom


Set of sunpads in Sunbrella Grey

Helm Station

Helm station on port side at flybridge 
Additional helm station on starboard side with engine stops and autopilot repeater
2 x Helm seats in Sunbrella Grey
2 x Hydraulic steering wheel diameter 100cm
Electronic engine throttles
Instrument panel & compass
Remote control for windlass
PVC protection for instruments
Bimini in Sunbrella Grey

Navigation Area

Chart table with large storage
Electrical distribution panel & instrument panel
Hinged chart table light
Drawer with storage inside
1 x 110 V power socket
Upgraded remote control for windlass at helm
1 x 110 V power socket

Capacities and Ancillary Equipment

1 x Hot water boiler 80 Liter/21 Gallon
2 x Pressurized water systems w/ S/S expansion jar
2 x Manual bilge pumps double effect, 4 automatic bilge pumps
4 x Shower pumps
2 x 1,000 Liter diesel tanks, upgraded 1,000 liters from standard
2 x 650 Liter freshwater tanks
2 x 120 Liter black water holding tanks (connected to the 4 toilets)
Ceramic single-lever mixer taps
4 x Upgraded electric Tecma fresh water toilets
1 x Water maker Dessalator about 200 liter/h
1 x Sea Recovery backup watermaker
A/C 220V/50hz Dometic air conditioning 52,000 BTU (in saloon and 4 cabins)

Electrical Equipment

Inverters and chargers during electrical upgrade 
Upgraded Service batteries (1000Ah 24VDC)
Engine batteries (120A 24VDC - 2x2 batteries)
Shore power connection (2) 50A 220V 50HZ
1 x Voltmeter & AC ampere meter
1 x Amp meter to control electrical consumption
Charger socket in salon and helm station
24V outlet
Outside 12V waterproof outlet
Main electrical distribution panel at chart table
Tricolor and mooring lights on masthead
Navigation lights on forward pulpits and fly-bridge
Deck lights and steaming light
Upgraded LED lights inside and outside
Upgraded LED lights in engines compartments
Courtesy lights in cockpit and steps to flybridge
Upgraded shaver and hairdryer outlets X 4, 110V


1 x Upgraded Generator ONAN 13,5 KVA 220V/60hz
Port: Model 13.5MDKBP-5874E E 
Serviced and upgraded to 60Hz summer 2016
Starboard: Northern Lights 30Kw, 60Hz
Separator for water/gas on generator

220/110VV 60HZ circuit AC 24VDC (services) with 110V outlets:
1 per cabin, 3 in salon, 1 at chart table, 1 at bar, 3 in galley

Main Machinery

Engine Brand: Yanmar 180HP X 2
Port Engine Hours: New ECU at 3,950; 
Model 4BY180     
Port Gearbox: KM140A  
Starboard Engine hours: 
Model: 4BY2180    
Starboard Gearbox: KM140A
2 x Sound-insulated technical rooms
2 x Folding 3-blade propellers (Varifold)
Transfer pump 24V between diesel tanks
Ventilation with fans
Access to engine rooms through large cockpit hatch
2nd engine access from floors in aft cabins
Upgraded 24-volt Transfer pump between diesel fuel tanks
Dual Racor fuel filters


At chart table: GPS Furuno Navtex NX 300
VHF with DSC, Raymarine 240E
At helm station: Navigation station
Autopilot Raymarine: ST70
2 x VHF handset Raymarine, one in Salon, one on Fly Bridge with two speakers
Compass Raymarine
Additional screen ST70 Raymarine for instruments flybridge
Additional screen for autopilot ST70 flybridge
Radar RD424D 24” Raymarine
Screen E120W Raymarine multifunction plotter
Iridium Antenna and phone
Upgraded Radar transponder
Navtex weather
Portable VHF
TV Cables installed
AIS, responding and receiving


Flat-panel TV and DVD player in Salon with sound bar and woofer
Stereo in saloon, cockpit, and flybridge
Flat-panel TV in crew cabin
TVs in aft guest cabins are not functional


Flares: Yes
Life jackets/harnesses: Yes
2 x Liferafts
GOST smoke detectors throughout
GOST security system with deck sensors and motion-sensing camera
GOST Tracker
GOST Bilge alarm: Yes
Bilge pump: Yes
MOB System: Yes
Fire-extinguishing system in engine rooms: Yes
Fire extinguishers: Yes
Gas leak detector
S/steel emergency tiller

Tender and Toys

Tender AB 14’ RIB 
Tender engine 70hp Yamaha 
Water skis
1 x Kayak
1 x SUP


Fall, 2014 (St. Martin) - $135,000
• Installed liners in all stanchion bases to eliminate play.  Replaced SS wire lifelines with spectra line
• New sound-dampening mounts on gensets, a/c pumps and compressors
• Replaced all lighting fixtures with LED’s
• Installed GOST security and tracking system (started this period; finished Fall, 2015)
• Added second autopilot
• New flat panel TV and DVD player in salon
• New roller furler for storm jib

Fall, 2015 (Fort Lauderdale) - $535,000
Converted entire boat from 50Hz (Euro) to 60Hz (U.S.).  This involved almost a complete rewire of all the AC voltage wires.  The original 13.5Kw Onan genset was converted to 60Hz, which increased it to about 15Kw.  Upgraded shore power to two cords of 50 amps each; can run the entire boat on shore power.  Many additional electrical upgrades in the process.  All electrical has been thoroughly inspected and approved by James Cote.  Most work done in 2015; finalized Fall, 2016.
• New Northern Lights 20Kw genset replaced the second original Onan
• New house batteries
• Built the bar in the salon that includes new ice maker and 2 drawer refrigerator/freezer and trash bin and storage
• New Miele oven
• New Miele semi-commercial dishwasher
• Second watermaker (Sea Recovery – 100gpd) as backup. 
• Water purification systems for both the watermaker and shore water: sediment and carbon filters and UV light (You can drink the boat’s water so no need to carry plastic bottles)
• New Doyle mainsail
• New cushion covers on all exterior cushions
• New aft cockpit shades
• New Bimini for foredeck
• New Bimini over helm stations with aft sunshades
• New AB tender with 70 hp Yamaha with custom towing tower
• New anchor chain – 300’
• New FM200 engine rooms fire suppression systems (Firebouy)
• Changed location and method of deploying life rafts (This also gained use of a very large locker by glassing in hatch below - Vented aircon into this locker if needed for cooler storage)
• Reworked the hinging system on all the shower doors (Might not seem like a big deal until one of them comes off because of the faulty original sliding system)
• Custom SS railing down cabin top and around mast for safety
• Rig and boom off and repainted
• A/C ducting changed throughout
• Galley storage cupboard custom built to maximize storage
• Engine room lighting upgraded to IMTRA LED
• Installed UW LED’s; one on each hull

Fall, 2016 (Ft. Lauderdale) - $400,000
• New stereo with volume controls in salon, aft cockpit and flybridge. New amp and speakers in aft cockpit
• New side cockpit shades; both rain and shade
• New Miele stove top
• New large capacity refrigerator
• Custom BBQ and fish cleaning stand on aft transom
• Re-bed and new backing for all cleats and made wide SS chafe and load-spreading plates for all
• While working on cleats, had access to forward crash compartment and replaced backing plates onforward I-beam; old ones were not adequate
• Added second cleat at anchor for moorings
• Reworked flybridge helm station instrument panels for easy access behind
• New Manson anchor and wash down on foredeck
• Re-glassed all the short bulkheads between salon and cabin soles and wing structure (Apparently, the tabbing coming loose in these locations is common on many production boats; problem solved)
• Re-glassed both keels to reinforce seams and strengthened
• Improved sound shields on both gensets
• Improvements to running rigging for Code 0 and tamed that beast
• Rework of STB forward storage locker adding shelves which double as ladder
• Custom exhaust backflow protection system designed and installed for each main engine (New larger exhaust lift muffler and separate backflow prevention system with underwater outlet to reduce engine noise)
• Rig off again and inspected
• Fore stay replaced
• New sheets and furling lines
• Lightening protection system installed including 3 probes, lightning rod and 2 grounding plates below waterline
• Installed insulation in all cabin tops
• Bilges and engine rooms painted

Fall, 2017 (Fort Lauderdale) - $100,000
• New 9/16” teak decking on both sides, aft of engine room hatches
• Refinished many hatch interior trims
• Final electrical improvements
• New shaft on port engine
• Blackwater hoses replaced throughout
• All sails to Doyle for minor repairs (Report is that all are good for many years)

Regular service and records on everything…engines, gensets, winches, etc
Inventory:  we’ll be taking our personal items and toys (except one kayak), but most of the boat inventory will stay (dishes, pots, silverware, glasses, table linens, some towels and sheets, throw pillows, spares, etc.) 


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. Hours listed may vary from actual hours due to recent use. Purchaser is encouraged to verify hours prior to purchase. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Total Power
360.0 hp