A well-proven and capable offshore cruiser or ideally suited for coastal or family adventure-cruising.
Built to a modified Shiraz design 1984 with deeper/heavier keel and upsized mast for Wellington conditions, this yacht completed a world circumnavigation 1988-97. Owned and maintained by professional boatbuilder for the last 12 years with numerous upgrades completed. The interior finish is very impressive with beautifully refurbished timber beams and joinery. Storage is ample throughout.
SYRAH can truly be described as a versatile performer. She’s a well-proven and capable offshore cruiser or ideally suited for coastal or family adventure-cruising. Viewing will impress in Havelock.
For further details please contact: Blair Harkness, Mobile 021 245 8809; Janis Marler, Mobile 021 658 668 or Steve Thomas, NZ Boat Sales, Nelson, FREE PHONE 0508 4 BOATS (0508 42 62 87) Mob 0274 459197.
Alan Wright Shiraz 37 (modified - deeper/heavier keel and upsized mast for windy Wellington conditions and world circumnavigation 1988 -1997)
Batteries: 3 (1 Start, 2 House)
Amp Hours Total: 260 House (Ultra Wet Cell Deep Cycle 2018)
Battery Charger: Victron 30 Amp IP22 (2017)
Shore Power: 240 V with galvanic isolator – 2017
Three way switching: start, house or combined.
Charging controlled with VSR voltage sensitive relay. Monitored with Cruising Equipment E – Meter for volts, amps and amp hours.
Two BP 20 watt solar panels and Morningstar Duo 25 amp regulator – 2012
Mast electrical connection box to disconnect mast wires - 2012
Cold water pressure
1 x Jabsco Manual (2009)
Cold only. Shower hose in the head present but not currently connected to pressure system.
Current shower: pressure water in cockpit
Gas stove (LPG) (gimballed)
12V compressor driven
U-shaped Galley with 2 S/S sinks. One sink with fresh water foot pump and pressure water. One with salt water foot pump
All plumbing replaced 2012. Whale pressure fresh water spigot at sink.
GME VHF (cockpit speaker)
Navigation and Electronics
Log/Speedo: Raymarine i70 In Cockpit
Radar: Raymarine RD18, 4KW Radome On Stern Pole GPS: Raystar 130
Chart Plotter: Raymarine C97
Depth Sounder: Raymarine
Fish Finder: Raymarine
All electronics installed 2012
Raymarine SPX5 plus P70 Controller in Cockpit
Sails Checked By KJL Sails, Picton
Boom Mainsail Reefing
Furling Headsail: Reef Rite 8/60 (New 2012)
Sails–Main: New 2004
Staysail: Hanked On Inner Forestay
Sails-Storm: Storm Trisail On Separate Track
Compass: Riviera 100mm (2012)
Winches-Cabin Top: Nil
Boom Refurbished 2011. Two reefing winches on boom. Double rope clutch for forward halyards on mast. New upper bearing car on head sail furler – 2021
Rig Configuration: Sloop Cutter
Rigging: S/Steel, Wire
Spar Construction: Seldon Alloy (New 1995)
Rigging Age: New 2011/12
Anchor 1: 65lb Rocna Type
Chain:80m x 10mm
Anchor 2: 35lb Danforth
Chain: 12m x 10mm (In Bag)
Warp: 75m x 20mm Nylon
Capstan: Electric Lofrans 1000 (2019)
Bilge Pumps: 2 manual
Fire Extinguishers: 3 dry chemical
Life Jackets: 2
Lifebuoy: 2 throw-able horsehoe type buoys
Harnesses: 3 plus 4 Tethers
Jack Lines: 2
6 foot man overboard pole with flag at top and weighted float at bottom stored in its own stern locker for ready deployment.
"Life Sling" man over board rescue buoy with retrieval line. Compressed air horn in addition to manual horn.
Bag of wooden plugs for through hull fittings.
Covers: Sail & Tarp
Bimini: Sunbrella (with fill in piece connecting to dodger – 2011)
Heavy duty “Stamoid” tarp that covers the dodger and bimini (for long term protection and rain cover) – 2017
4 fenders with covers and 2 SS fender holders (holding 2 fenders each)
All main salon settee squabs and coverings replaced 2014. Truma, LPG, thermostatically controlled, forced hot air heater – 2013.
Insect screens for companionway and forward hatch.