Boat Equipment List

by Adrian on September 11, 2015

This is the start of a complete boat equipment list and inventory.

I’ll tidy it up later, but I think this captures most of the equipment onboard. Needless to say Vagaris is probably one of the best equipped Allures yachts out there.

This equipment list is in addition to the standard factory setup. Support for major items (water maker sea cocks, generator fittings etc) was pre-installed by the factory.


Sails and Rigging:
Fully battened slab reefing mainsail with 4 reefs, reinforced stiching, spreader patches, reefing blocks and cunningham rings (factory)
Genoa (factory)
Staysail with running backstays (factory)
Parasailor
Furling Gennaker (factory)
Wichard cockpit controlled boom brake (factory)
Spare main halyard
Spare spinnaker halyard

Electronics:
B&G Zeus touch screen chart plotter on port helm pod
Simrad IS12 wind instruments on both helm pods
Simrad autopilot computer with independant controller on starboard helm pod
Simrad multifunction display on port helm pod
B&G Triton multi function instrument on companionway
EchoPilot Forward Looking Sonar on starboard helm pod
Separate and redundant Jefa Autohelm motor and AP1 computer
Simrad 2Kw Digital Radar
Digital Yacht AIS Transponder/Receiver with antenna splitter and silent switch
GoFree wifi for iPad integration and wireless NMEA gateway
Volvo NMEA engine interface feeding engine temprature and RPM into nav system
Bow mounted camera relaying forward view to chart plotter

Starboard helm control:
Bow thruster Control
Windlass control
Engine controls
12V waterproof socket
Engine morse control

Port helm control:
Jefa autopilot controller
Amplified VHF speaker with variable volume

Communications:
AIS transponder
Echomax active radar reflector
Simrad RS25 VHF
Simrad Remote VHF Handset
Icom M801 SSB Radio
Pactor P4 Dragon DR-7400 Packet radio modem
Dedicated 8″ Dell tablet PC for SSB email, weatherfax and backup chart plotter
SSB Rope antenna
SSB DSC Antenna
ICS Nav 6+ Navtex and chart table instrument repeater
Rogue Wave Long range wifi antenna
Ship’s wifi router
Separate high speed always on GPS for VHF, SSB and Navtext location

Hull:
Bow thruster (factory)
Shaft Shark rope cutter
Gori 20″ folding prop with overdrive
Welded towing / dragging eye at the bow

Deck:
Six cockpit winches
One electric winch
Jack stays
Cockpit shower
Full bosun’s kit
Nemo multifuntion swim ladder and pasarelle
Schaeffer low friction furling line blocks
Lodestar NSA 260 Tender with arch lifting blocks
Cockpit floor in Dekking
Cockpit shower
Fresh water inlet (for mains water supply in marinas)
8 x Polyform G5 fenders with covers
Mooring ropes and lines

Engine and fuel:
55HP Volvo DII-55F engine
Racor Dual fuel filter system with separate filter for generator
Switchable fuel feed from each fuel tank
Easily removable fuel tank inspection hatches
Agriemech Deisel bug treatment system
Electronic oil extraction pump
Fuel polishing system and electronic priming and feed pump
Engine compartment fire extinguisher
Shaft Shark rope cutter
Gori 20″ folding prop with overdrive
Mariner 6HP 4 stroke outboard – FSH

Power:
Arch Solar panles (270W)
Coachroof solar panels (2x100W)
Roaming flexible solar panel with waterproof connector on coachroof (100W)
4KW Paguro diesel generator
Struder Xtender XTM 2000-12 2Kw Charger/Inverter with SmartBoost and chart table mounted remote control and display
Phillipi 100A Charger (spare hot swappable charger)
Rutland Wind Generator
Sterling digital alternator regulator
High capacity 130A Alternator (with spare)
5Kw Isolation Transformer with switched 110 or 240 input capability and 240 Output
LED displays showing power being generated
High capacity solar regulators with spare
6 x 115Ah house batteries
1 x 105Ah engine battery
1 x 105Ah Bow thruster/windlass battery
Spare 55Ah generator battery
Full isolation switches on all battery banks
House/Engine battery parallel switch

Power Sockets:
12V socket (waterproof) at the helm
12v socket (waterproof) in companionway
Dual 5V USB charging socket (waterproof) in companionway
3 x 12V sockets by chart table
2 x Dual 5V USB charging sockets by chart table
12v and 5v USB charging sockets in all cabins
240v sockets in all cabins
Additional 240V sockets in saloon, galley and technical room
Waterproof 240v socket in sail locker
Waterproof 12V socket in sail locker
Deck mounted waterproof 12v socket by mast for PIR movement alarm sensors
12V supply under arch for GoPro mounting

Other Systems:
Separate and redundant Jefa Autohelm
Digital windlass chain counter with wireless remote control. Also allows remote control of Bowthruster
Standard Horizon electronic fog horn/loud hailer
Mastwalker foldable mast steps (strong, lightweight aluminium)
Ultrasonic antifouling with 3 transducers
Water cooled fridge with switchable air cooling system (for redundancy)
Spectra 150 25l/hr watermaker with remote operation and auto flush timer
Lopolight LED tricolour and anchor light
Tecsew full cockpit bimini (for cold weather use)
Sprayhood backdrop (for companionway winter cold protection when sailing)
Full custom cockpit cushions
Raritan Electroscan waste treatment system
Holding tank (unused)
Webasto blown air heating

Anchoring:
70M galvanised calibrated anchor chain and 30M 18MM warp
25Kg Spade anchor
14Kg Kobra kedge anchor
Collapsible 20Kg fisherman’s anchor
Manual deck mounted windlass control
Helm mounted windlass control
Digital chain counter with remote control
SwiTech Self adjusting anchor ball

Safety:
406Mhz EPIRM with GPS – Cockpit mounted
Viking 6 person UKSL ISO 9650 Liferaft
JonBouy recovery system
MOB Recovery sling
MOB Recovery Sail
Stay Afloat emergency hole sealant
Odeoflare Laser flare
Full offshore flare kit
Long range 12v lamp
Inflatable Radar Reflector
Jordan Drogue (139 Cones) with leather reinforced bridle
Ankarolina 56M mooring/towing line reels
SwiTech quality Bosuns chair with rigid back
Fire extinguishers in all cabins, galley, engine compartment and cockpit locker
Jack stays and harness points on deck

Security:
PIR alarm system with 4 sensors and zone movement indicator in main cabin
Keyring remote control operating deck lights, loud car alarm type siren or arch lights
Removable hatch security bars
Removable companionway security bar system
Companionway mosquito and bug guard

Galley:
GN Espace Levante cooker
GN Espace sink unit
GN Espace 1/2 draining sink
Vitrifrigo two drawer fridge with water cooling and switchable air cooling system (for redundancy)
Induction Hob
Nespresso Pixie coffee machine
Combination Microwave / Grill / Oven (for cooking redundancy from the generator)
Seagul water filter and tap
Breadmaker

Interior:
Vitrifrigo 30l Freezer in technical room
Hotpoint Optiplex full size digital washing machine
Ocean air blinds throughout.
Factory fitted mosquito blinds
LED bulbs throughout
Carbon Monoxide detector alarm with multiple detectors
Scirocco fans (multi speed with sleep timer) in galley, saloon, heads and all cabins
Dyson vacuum cleaner
CO2 and fire alarm system with multiple sensors
Meaco Dehumidifier
Small oil radiator

Entertainment:
Low power radio unit with bluetooth and USB connectivity
Stereo speakers in cockpit
Digital TV receiver which streams TV to iPads or computers via Wifi
Amplified TV antenna

Toys:
2 x Dahon Cadenza full size folding bikes
2 x new inflatable paddle boards
2 x Aluminium diving tanks
Full dive jacket with regulator
1 x Small emergency dive tank with regulator
Snorkles and Fins

Spares:
Altenator
Starter Motor
Wind instrument
3 years worth of Anodes
Tools
DeWalt Drill
Hydraulic Bolt cutters
Jigsaw
Braising Torch
Hydraulic crimpers
Cable Tracers
Cable pullers
Hole saws
Tap and Die kits
Laser thermometer
Tender spares
Wood and aluminium spares
etc

{ 10 comments… read them below or add one }

Allen March 19, 2017 at 02:54

Does anyone know whatever happened to this nice couple? After reading so many of their posts it’s hard to understand why they just stopped updating their site.

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Neil Phillips March 19, 2017 at 07:29

Not sure, the boat was last heard of in the US, then nothing. Hope they are ok, we met them in Southampton a few years ago just before the big adventure.

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Anon August 6, 2017 at 13:52

They sold the boat. The boat is in the Chicago area and has been renamed and re flagged.

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John February 24, 2017 at 14:55

Very detailed information. Thanks for sharing with Us. I have check all your post that was very nice. Keep sharing this good stuffs with us. Once again, Thanks.

Regards
John Pieter
Lifting Hooks

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Efrain Torres November 25, 2016 at 22:40

Hey guys, I am in the market for a sailboat and love the Allures for it’s shallw draft features. We live in South Florida and plna to do quite a bit of sailing in the Bahamas and know that it is very shallow lol! We would love to hear about your opinions on the Allures. the new model (45.9) is out and we are contemplating purchasing one next year. Safe sailing and thanks in advance for your help.

Efrain & Amy

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Ian Cocks November 15, 2016 at 09:50

Hi. I hope you guys are ok? I’m looking for an Allures. Is your yacht for sail? Regards. Ian

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Peter June 24, 2016 at 01:50

Hi
Do you have any regrets or things your design differently?
We’d love to follow you example… should we just copy your spec or change it a bit?
Cheers!
Peter & Dawn

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Neil & Cha October 5, 2015 at 12:45

Hi, just wondering what has happened to you guys? I see Vagaris is on the market? Hope all is ok, though clearly its not. Stay safe.

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Steve September 14, 2015 at 06:20

This looks like a selling list to me?

Haven’t heard from you in a while, you’re not thinking of calling it a day are you?

Steve

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Albane September 14, 2015 at 06:04

Great to get some news from Vagaris. Keep running the blog, we love it!!

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