For Sale!

The time has come for us to reluctantly put the boat on the market – in Singapore.  Comment to Adam Wible or Ian McHenry if you know of interested buyers and we’ll put them in touch with our broker, Simpson Marine.

Listings:

More photos here

INTRO
Yacht name Air Gadis
Builder Beneteau
Model Oceanis 351
Designer Jean Berret and Phillipe Briand
Year 1995
LOA 10.67m / 35.0ft
Beam 3.81m / 12.5ft
Draft 1.52m / 5.0ft
Speed (max) 7.0 kts
Speed (cruise) 6.0 kts
Engine Yanmar 3GM30F 27hp
No. Guests 6
No. Cabins 3
Price US$80,000
Lying One15 Marina (Berth P15)
Hull ID 0144085143510278 / DLZ09056A502
MAIN FEATURES
1 Brilliant Beneteau design makes excellent and stylish use of space, more livable than many larger boats
2 Ready to sail away. Everything works – just finished successfully cruising 5,000 miles around SE Asia
3 Raymarine electronics seamlessly integrated through new widescreen GPS chart plotter (w/ charts for all of Asia)
4 Storage for plenty of water and fuel, and electrically self-sufficient with 240W of new solar panels
5 Well maintained for her age, beautiful wood and fiberglass inside and out
GENERAL INFORMATION
Construction GRP
Displacement 5.4T
Fuel type Diesel
Fuel capacity 95L in main tank, 90L in jerry cans in locker
Range @ 6 knots ~480 nm
Consumption @ 6 knots 2.3L / hour
Water capacity 420L in 2 tanks (250L aft, 170L fore) accessible under berths or on deck
Holding tank capacity N/A – no holding tank, only mascerator
Keel type Fin (wing) keel
Rudder type Balanced spade rudder
Colour Yellow, blue, white
Other Autostream S1 SS 3-blade feathering propeller
MACHINERY, ELECTRICAL, AND PLUMBING
Engine model Yanmar 3GM30F
HP 27hp
Hours 2,369 hours
Power system 12V DC and 220V AC
Generators Balmar 75A alternator w/ Xantrex (Heart Interface) Smart Regulator (3-stage)
Battery bank details 4x6V 3-K T-105 (225AH each) = 450AH @ 12V house bank + 105AH starter battery
Mastervolt battery management system and battery switches
Inverter PowerBright 900W 220V (ERP900-12) wired to inverter-off-shore AC selector switch
Shore power 220V w/ breaker panel wired to inverter-off-shore AC selector switch
Other 3x 80W ABO solar panels on foredeck and custom targa bar
20A Phocos Solar Controller
Rule-a-Matic bilge pump float switch installed under the settee, wired to on-off-auto switch on breaker
Automatic and manual bilge pumps
12V refrigeration
ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION
GPS Raymarine C90W widescreen chart plotter
Depth Sounder Raymarine ST60+ Tri Data
Speed Raymarine ST60+ Tri Data
Wind Raymarine ST60 wind instrument and display
VHF Standard Horizon GX2000 VHF w/ DSC + AIS Receiver
Radar Furuno 16nm
Compass Plastimo Olympic 135
PC Interface CF card slot on Chart Plotter
Autopilot Raymarine ST7000 w/ 100/300 course computer
Other Extensive paper charts of SE Asia
Red, Green, White navigation lights with low power consumption LED bulbs
SAFETY GEAR
Fire extinguishing system Fire extinguishers + fire blanket
Fire extinguishers 3 dry powder extinguishers
Life jackets 2 Stearns SOSpenders inflatable PFDs, 2 standard life jackets
EPIRB ACR GlobalFix Cat 1 2742NH
DSC Included in VHF
AIS Standard Horizon GX2000 VHF w/ DSC + AIS Receiver
Life raft Seasava 8 pax
Other Includes extensive first aid kit, new late 2010
EXTERIOR EQUIPMENT
Anchors 1x 15kg plow (primary), 1x CQR (backup)
Rope / chain 60m 8mm chain
Windlass Lofrans 1000W anchor windlass w/ Lewmar up/down switches
Boarding / swim ladder 2-step swim ladder folds into transom (sugar scoop)
Deck shower Retractable shower in transom
Tender 2.4m Force 4 tender (alloy bottom, hypolon tubes)
Outboard 2hp Yamaha outboard
Decks Teak decks and cockpit
Furniture Varnished teak folding table in cockpit, custom waterproof C-cushions in cockpit
Bimini Top Custom canvas bimini and spray dodger (blue)
Covers Custom canvas boat cover in two pieces (blue)
RIG AND SAILS
Rig configuration Sloop
Rig make Z-Spars (UK)
Rig construction Aluminum mast w/ stainless steel stays
Furling systems Furlex roller furler (foresail), in-mast furling system (mainsail)
Sail inventory Mylar in-mast furling mainsail (Rolly Tasker, 2010)
Mylar in-mast furling mainsail (Rolly Tasker, 2005)
Dacron 140% genoa (Neil Pryde, 2001)
160% asymmetrical spinnaker “drifter” (Rolly Tasker, 2009)
150% mylar racing genoa (Rolly Tasker, 2005)
Winches 2x Lewmar 44 foresail winches, 2x Harken 40 halyard winches
Other Custom SS bow sprit to fly asymmetrical spinnaker
Starboard chain plate grounded to keel bolt for lightning protection
INTERIOR GENERAL
Head Custom built scuba dive tank holders in the head
Toilet Jabsco manual pump toilet (rebuilt April 2011)
Shower Faucet doubles as extendable shower, with shower drain pump switch
GALLEY
Sink Double stainless steel sink with pressurized fresh water and salt water foot pump
Stove Stainless steel two-burner stove with oven / grill, gimballed
Settee Blue leather settee surrounds a large, sturdy dining room table
Storage Extensive storage space in cabinets and under the settee
ACCOMODATION
Cabins 3 double cabins: starboard quarterberth, port quarterberth, and V-berth
Lighting and Fans Two LED lights, Hella 12V fans, and large cabinets / shelves in each cabin
AUDIO VISUAL
TV / DVD Acer 14″ LCD TV w/ DVD player and speakers
Stereo Sony CD player w/ bluetooth and iPod integration
Speakers Bose 151 waterproof speakers in cockpit (2)
Altec Lansing speakers in galley (2)
ADDITIONAL REMARKS
Tools Listing includes a toolbox with all tools necessary for routine engine maintenance etc. Also includes a Bosch 14.4V cordless drill, lots of nuts / bolts / shackles, etc.
Spares Listing includes spares for all major wearing parts: fuel filters, impellor, oil filters, radiator cap, V-belts, raw water belts, gasket paper and three bond, etc.
Includes a new starter solenoid in starboard quarterberth footlocker (along with other Yanmar spares). Not yet necessary, but likely to be needed within a few months
Miscellaneous Also includes a 4 snorkel masks, 2 sets of fins and reef shoes, 220V fan, a 12V vacuum (cigarette lighter), lots of batteries, tape, spare wiring, cleaning supplies

About Adam Wible

Adam Wible graduated from Princeton University in 2005. After graduating, Mr. Wible moved to New York to join the Boston Consulting Group, where he worked as a management consultant to clients in the Financial Services, Pharmaceuticals, Entertainment, and Non Profit. Adam Wible left BCG in 2007 to join Francisco Partners (FP), a technology-focused private equity firm based in San Francisco. In 2009, Mr. Wible moved to London with FP to focus on deals outside the United States. In his personal time, Adam enjoys international travel, having visited over 60 countries. Most recently, Adam Wible spent one year as captain of a sailing yacht, completing a 5,000 nautical mile tour of Southeast Asia.
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One Response to For Sale!

  1. Rommy Carbonell says:

    Hi Adam,

    How are you? I “m Rommy, I bought your boat Air Gadis in Singapore, We never got to meet personally during the course of the procurement. Anyway, Hope everything is fine with you. The boat is at Ponggol boat yard for repairs and inspection ,I’m planning to sail it to the Philippines. Singapore as you might have experienced, is not an ideal place to sail, with all the restrictions and traffic around. I have to rent a transponder before I can sail. The boat has a DCS/AIS, but I dont know the code. Do you have the code ? I would have to register it so I wouldn’t have to rent a transponder everytime I sail out . BTW the Blog about your sailing trip was very interesting, I enjoyed reading it. Hope I can have the same fun as you guys had with Air Gadis. Looking forward to hear from you,
    Best Regards,
    Rommy

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