2011 San Juan Fast Cruiser

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2011 San Juan Fast Cruiser

Fort Lauderdale FL, US

$1,250,000

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Description

PILAR is the second San Juan the owner has built with this prestigious yacht builder, located in Northwestern Washington. Her stunning lines and exhilarating performance are a tribute to the talents of noted yacht designer, Gregory C. Marshall. Coupled with a state-of-the-art IPS drive system and her high-tech construction, PILAR outperforms virtually every other vessel in her class.

Meticulously maintained since new. Recently updated and fully serviced at Hinckley Yachts in Stuart. During the Hinckley yard visit the hull, garage and anchor locker were repainted, new port lights were installed, varnish was renewed, the Humphree Interceptor trim tabs were installed, bottom was soda blasted, new bottom paint system was put on along with Prop Speed, on the running gear.

After the Hinckley yard visit she was taken to River Forest where she was stored in a climate-controlled building. Since her bottom job, she’s only been in the water since arriving here for sale. She was just inspected by owner’s of a San Juan and they stated that PILAR is a true 10 and the finest example of a San Juan that he’s had the opportunity to inspect. Currently maintained and stored undercover at the Roscioli Shipyard.

PILAR features a beautiful teak cockpit with comfortable seating and lounging space. Her open and airy salon has a large settee and dining table, a hydraulically controlled sunroof, and glass bulkhead to the aft cockpit creating a very airy and warm ambiance with pleasant sight lines.

Full Specs

Hull

San Juan 48's hull has been designed and computer modeled to be both handsomely styled and capable in a broad range of sea conditions. The traditional flared bow with fine entry and tumble home aft is complemented by the hydro‐dynamically efficient under‐body. Tooling for the entire boat was modeled and cut by a computer controlled 5‐axis router creating the most fair and precise parts available in the industry today. The hull is formed using a Kevlar®/E‐glass and Corecell® foam core composite vacuum infused with vinyl ester resin.

Dupont Kevlar®/E‐glass hybrid is used to greatly increase the strength of the hull against damage caused by impact. The resin infusion process yields strong lightweight parts with high glass to resin ratios. The core is removed and replaced with solid glass and extra lamination in areas of major penetrations and high stress. Watertight structural bulkheads separate the hull into damage control zones with dedicated bilge pumps. Structural bulkheads are built using Corecell ®foam core with E‐glass skins infused with vinyl ester resin. Longitudinal and transverse stringers are an E‐glass PVC and Corecell® foam core composite.

The swim step is built using Corecell® foam core with E‐glass skins infused with vinylester resin. The walking surface of the swim step is teak. The swim step is fastened to the hull using stainless steel fasteners and four custom stainless‐steel struts for support.

• LED underwater lights at transom
• Double boot stripe


Deck

The deck is one‐piece vacuum infused composite molding using E‐glass and Corecell® with vinyl ester resin. The hull is joined to the deck using an engineered flanged box joint and is bonded using a high strength adhesive with stainless steel mechanical fasteners. This provides a permanent, watertight hull/deck joint. The walking surfaces of the foredeck, side decks, cabin top, and aft deck are molded non‐skid with 1” waterways. The walking surfaces of the cockpit and pilothouse have teak decking.


Cockpit and Deck

The large cockpit was designed to allow ample room for sitting, dining, fishing, and sunbathing. An opening transom door is provided for ease of boarding. The built‐in transom stowage garage for quick launch and retrieval of a shore boat, personal watercraft, or mountain bikes. A removable electric davit system with remote control is provided for launch and retrieval of the shore boat. The davit is designed to be easily removed from its aft deck socket and stowed in the transom garage. Gear stowage is provided in the shore boat garage. A hot and cold cockpit shower is located at the transom. Sitting and sunbathing space is also available at port and starboard sun pads as a standard.

Removable hatches located beneath the seating or sun pad provide additional access to the engines for service. A flush hatch in the deck provides easy access to the main engine compartment and generator. Port and starboard cockpit bulwark lockers allow for storage of fenders and mooring lines. Eight polished stainless‐steel deck cleats are provided; two at the bow, four amidships, and two at the stern. Custom stainless‐steel mooring line chocks are located at the bow and amidships. Stainless steel chafe guards are fitted as required. Two stainless steel deck fuel fills are located starboard side amidships. The water tank fill and holding tank dockside discharge are located on the starboard side forward. The foredeck anchor handling system consists of a stainless‐steel bow roller with a stainless steel “Bruce type” anchor and 250 feet of galvanized chain. The anchor windlass is a Muir 2500. Three Lewmar low profile deck hatches are located over the forward stateroom and the two heads. Each is equipped with retractable screens and privacy shades. Six opening stainless‐steel port lights with screens provide ventilation to the cabin area. A teak flagpole with stainless steel socket is located aft with a stainless‐steel flagpole forward at the bow.

• Teak cockpit
• Opening transom door
• Built‐in transom seat – tender storage
• Removable davit – stored in transom garage
• Abundant seating and sun pads port and starboard
• Cocktail tables
• Bruce type anchor with 250’ of galvanized chain
• (6) Stainless steel opening hatches
• Stainless steel handrails around cabin trunk


Pilothouse

The starboard helm seat accommodates two with storage below. The pilothouse seat storage includes a chart/computer accessory locker and storage under the seat cushion. The main electrical panel is on the backside of the pilothouse helm seat. Aft of the helm seat is the bar area with counter, bar sink, icemaker/beverage fridge, drawers and storage cabinet beneath. To port is a settee with a high gloss teak table that seats six with panoramic views. The port side of the pilothouse and forward of the settee, is open to below decks that provides daylight and ventilation. There is a large retractable composite sunroof with tinted glass that gives an all‐weather versatility. Vents in the overhead provide additional fresh air ventilation to the pilothouse. The pilothouse helm station features a complete array of electronics, instruments, and 360‐degree visibility. The windshield and side windows are light gray tinted, ¼” bonded, tempered glass with ceramic frits. Non‐tempered ¼” tempered glass is bonded into the “scallops” on the aft sides of the pilothouse. The pilothouse is secured with removable clear rigid panels and a frosted glass door with locking handset located aft of the settee and bar area. The pilothouse roof houses a hinged composite mast that folds down for low bridge clearance.

• Double helm seat with storage
• AC/DC distribution panel
• Beverage refrigerator/icemaker
• Table and seating for 6 people
• Retractable sunroof
• Complete instrumentation


Galley

Three‐burner electric cook top with stainless steel Sharp convection oven mounted above. A Fisher & Paykel dishwasher is in a teak cabinet below the cook top. A double stainless‐steel sink with hot and cold water via a Scandvik mixer with a pull‐out extending faucet. The above counter cabinets and below counter cabinets and drawers provide an abundance of storage.
Custom stainless‐steel front‐loading refrigerator with drawer storage. Below and behind the companionway steps is the Splendide combination washer/dryer. Counter tops are solid surface with teak sea rails. Opening port with screen. The galley is open above to the pilothouse providing additional light and ventilation.

• Radiant 3‐burner electric stove
• Sharp microwave/convection oven
• Fisher Paykel dishwasher
• Double stainless‐steel sink
• Stainless steel refrigerator
• Splendide washer/dryer


Heads

Tecma heads are to port and starboard. They are plumbed directly to the holding tank with shore side pump out fittings on deck. A discharge pump is provided for overboard use where allowed. The holding tank is sounded with an electronic tank level gauge. Stainless sinks with hot and cold water. The countertops all teak sea rails. Separate showers with seats. Each head has mirrors, lockers with shelves, stainless steel screened opening port lights, and overhead screened Lewmar Low Profile hatches.


Electrical System

• Onan 13,5kW Generator
• (4) 8D AGM House batteries
• (4) GPL‐3100T AGM batteries ‐ Engine Start Magnum 4000 pure sine battery charger/Inverter
• Glendinning Cablemaster shore power cord
• LED interior lights
• LED courtesy exterior light LED navigation lights
• Maretron NMEA 2000 vessel monitoring
• (2) Exalto windshield wipers


Electronics

• (2) Raymarine E140 Chart Plotters ‐ Captain to confirm model
• Maretron display (helm and master stateroom)
• Raymarine VHF radio
• Raymarine autopilot control (helm)
• Volvo Penta engine display (helm)
• FLIR night vision system
• Joystick with dynamic positioning
• Ritchie compass (helm)
• Humphree interceptor trim controls
• Battery monitor
• Emergency engine shut down
• Raymarine AIS
• Raymarine satellite weather
• RTI distributed A/V system throughout, with satellite TV
• Satellite phone/data system


Interior

• Centerline island berth in master
• Single berths in guest stateroom
• Two Tecma heads and showers
• Lewmar low profile hatch with screens
• Storage under berths


Engines

• Twin Volvo Penta IPS 900’s (700 hp each)
• Volvo Penta electronic controls
• Volvo Penta DPS (Dynamic Positioning System)
• Fire extinguishing system in engine room
• IPS pod drive with joy‐stick
• Kahlenberg dual trumpet horns
• Raymarine autopilot


Broker Comments

PILAR is the second San Juan the owner has built with this prestigious yacht builder, located in Northwestern Washington. Her stunning lines and exhilarating performance are a tribute to the talents of noted yacht designer, Gregory C. Marshall. Coupled with a state-of-the-art IPS drive system and her high-tech construction, PILAR outperforms virtually every other vessel in her class.

Meticulously maintained since new. Recently updated and fully serviced at Hinckley Yachts in Stuart. During the Hinckley yard visit the hull, garage and anchor locker were repainted, new port lights were installed, varnish was renewed, the Matterson trim tabs were installed, bottom was soda blasted, new bottom paint system was put on along with Prop Speed, on the running gear.

After the Hinckley yard visit she was taken to River Forest where she was stored in a climate-controlled building. Since her bottom job, she’s only been in the water since arriving here for sale. She was just inspected by a San Juan owner who stated that PILAR is a true 10 and the finest example of a San Juan that he’s had the opportunity to inspect. Currently maintained and stored undercover at the Roscioli Shipyard.

PILAR features a beautiful teak cockpit with comfortable seating and lounging space. Her open and airy salon has a large settee and dining table, a hydraulically controlled sunroof, and glass bulkhead to the aft cockpit creating a very airy and warm ambiance with pleasant sight lines.


Exclusions

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Disclaimer
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. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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