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Asking: $295,000 USD

Location: : Wilmington, NC

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S/V Madam Queen is a North Carolina based 2000 Leopard 45 for sale by owner

S/V Madam Queen is a 2000 Leopard 45 which I'm ready to sell and she's ready to sail. She is a 4 cabin, 4 head model which I live aboard, and will be perfecting all the items, and there really aren't many, from the survey done in May 2016 (available by request). I do a little maintenance/work on her every day. I will be sailing in NC, VA, and SC predominately with occasional trips to the Bahamas. Bottom line is S/V Madam Queen is in great condition and getting better every day.

This boat is loaded, with full air conditioning and a large genset included. She is being well maintained and is ready to go. As an example, since May 2016, she has gotten a new prop, 6 new deck hatches, new cutlass bearings, refreshed/perfected bottom paint, 3000 hour Generator service, new engine mounts and shafts/engines aligned, new LED anchor light/nav light/steaming light/deck light, all new joker valves, new shower sump pump, new stereo speakers, new port-light, new boot stripe, 2 new hammocks, fasteners replaced in port rudder, and more. All this since May.

The Salon’s interior upholstery was redone in sand color with higher backs and a removable insert center cushion so the table can be dropped and made into a big lounge area for movie night's. It's also excellent for sleeping on overnight passages.

In 2010 a former owner added a new 7.3kw Northern Lights genset and 3 marine A/C units- reverse cycle so they can heat and dehumidify too! Sept 2016 only 2780 hours and the 3000 service has already been done. Being able to periodically dehumidify the boat is a big deal: no mildew issues, no smells, and the interior is in excellent shape. She was last hauled in August 2016 and has a new bottom job. She is waxed every 6 months.

I watched boats for a while before I made my purchase decision. Before deciding I developed a prioritized list of needs/wants for a safe and strong vessel: shaft drive (stronger and lower maintenance), skeg hung rudders, sacrificial keels, radar, water-maker, low engine hours, low gen hours, strong autopilot, 4 corner visibility, SSB radio, good fuel and water capacity, dry sailing helm, easy to reach mechanical spaces, beam of less than 25ft (able to haul at MANY more yards), newer standing rigging, Yanmar engines, etc.

I love working on her, perfecting her. I've been caught offshore in 12ft seas and know she's tough and strong. She motors at 8 knots and sips 0.8 gal/hr/engine. She sails at 12-14knts and points much better than I expected. Gen burns 0.2 gal/hr. Solar is EXCELLENT and sustains all systems (refer and water-maker included) perfectly. Run the gen for a/c and hot water.

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Specifications
Designer Eric Simonis
Builder Robertson & Caine  Cape Town, South Africa
Year Built 2000
Construction: GRP Vacuum bagged Balsa sandwich
Length Overall: 44 ft 7 in
LWL: 39ft 8in
Beam: 24ft 3in
Headroom: 6 ft 5 in
Draft: 3' 8 in
Displacement: 21600 lbs
Mast height: 71ft
Engines: two Yanmar 54hp, shaft drive, less than 1,000hrs each
Water capacity: 206 gal
Fuel Tanks: 121 gal
Cabins 4 spacious double cabins, and a single sleeping berth in the bow of each hull. This berth could also be converted for storage use. Each double cabin has hanging and shelving storage as well as an en suite heads.
Heads The 4 heads are each equipped with toilets, holding tanks, hand basins, showers & mirrors. Hot & cold pressurised water in the galley and heads.

Boat Inventory

Electronics:

  • (2015) Radar, Garmin GMR xHD 18in
  • (2014) Chartplotter, Garmin GPS Map 820 with chips for the Caribbean
  • (2014) ICOM-M802 SSB w/rope antenna (purchase and installation about $5k)
  • (2014) EPIRB, ACR Globalfix Pro
  • (2014) Raymarine i50 depth display
  • handheld and installed VHF
  • good stereo with aux plug/good speakers
  • 32" TV with surround & subwoofer

Electrics:

  • Gen: 7.3kw Northern Lights, 2780 hrs (Sept2016)
  • A/C: 3 units (fwd, cockpit, aft) all are reverse cycle with heat and dehumidify modes
  • (2014) Xantrex 3000 watt 3012 Inverter/Charger
  • (2014) Battery bank, 840ah AGM's by Lifeline. With the 1,000w of solar the batteries stay in excellent condition. We rarely see less than 12.2v
  • (Aug2016) New LED anchor light, Nav light, steaming light, deck light
  • (2015) 1,000 watts of Kyocera panels
  • Outback FM80 controller. The solar supports all the energy needs for the boat and with excess to make water and ice cubes.
  • (Jan 2017) New starter batteries for both engines and generator

Galley:

  • 3 burner gas stove with broiler/oven
  • (2014) Spectra Cape Horn Extreme watermaker- 16 GPH, supported by solar
  • Microwave
  • Refrigeration: 12v refer in galley
  • 12v Dometic refer/freezer in aft cockpit (all sustained by solar).
  • all kitchen wear (plates, cups, silverwear, bowls, knives, spatulas, cutting boards, mixing/serving bowls, pots, pans, etc.)
  • gas grill

Engines:

  • (2014) ENGINES Twin Yanmar 54 hp - shaft drives installed by Whitaker Marine, Ft. Pierce FL. (as of Sept2016 each engine has less than 1,000 hours)
  • (2014) New Transmissions
  • (2014) New Water lift mufflers
  • (2015) Added inspection ports to the fuel tanks, removed all the fuel and had them cleaned extensively. We then polished the fuel and had it put back in.

Mechanical:

  • (Aug2016), Hauled the boat, new anti-fouling and detailing including full wax. Pacific Southwest Coatings ABC3
  • (Aug2016) Cutlass bearing replaced
  • (Aug2016) Zincs replaced
  • (2016) New motor mounts and shafts/engines aligned (in progress)
  • (Jul2016) New shower sump pump on starboard
  • (2016)Joker valves changed
  • (Jan 2017) New primary fresh water pump
  • moved current pump into a plumbed back up position; if primary ever fails you just flip two valves and a switch and the backup pump takes over

Deck:

  • (2016) replaced all 4 large deck hatches, 2 small deck hatches, 1 port light (all Lewmar)
  • (2014) Cockpit enclosure: We took the cockpit enclosure and widened it 6 feet using Strataglass for the front and half way down the sides, Ferrari's Batalyne mesh for the 2nd half and the rear, Stamoid for the top
  • (2015) Trampoline awning made of Stamoid
  • (2015) Cockpit cushions all around including the helm seat (The cockpit sits 10-12). We modified the back of the helm seat to be a flat section with better support and comfort
  • (2012) Changed out several thru-hulls. The boat is dry.
  • (May2016) Docking lines and fenders
  • (Jun2016) Magma gas grill refurbished
  • boat hook
  • gaff
  • all bumpers and dock lines
  • double wide hammock for fore-deck
  • hammock chair for aft cockpit

Sails and Rigging:

  • (2014) Triple X standing rigging done by Atlantic Rigging of Annapolis
  • (2015) Sailbag
  • (2015) Restitched sails
  • (2015) Dometic Ice Maker
  • (2015-2016) New Props

Anchor:

  • (2014) 250' of 3/8inG43 HT chain,
  • bridle
  • Mantus chain hook
  • 73lb Rocna anchor. She doesn't budge!

Dinghy:

  • (2014) AB dinghy
  • 15hp 2-stroke Yamaha.
  • 2 fuel cans for dinghy

Safety:

  • (2014) Viking 8 person offshore life raft
  • several good flashlights
  • jack lines and 1 harness
  • lots of pfd's (adult and various size children)
  • foul weather gear
  • over the top flare and distress signal kit
  • 6 fire extinguishers

Misc:

  • 2 pair of good binoculars
  • first aid kit
  • 4 jerry cans for diesel fuel
  • electric oil change kit
  • full inventory of tools,
  • lots of spare parts and filters
  • All bedroom/bath (4 sets white queen sheets, 4 navy blue fleece blankets, 8 pillows)
  • fans in each cabin and 2 in salon
  • new 2016 fresh water hoses
  • lots of cleaning tools/brushes/chemicals
  • (March 2017) {Scheduled} Full detail Waterline up Includes cockpit-3 Step Wash/compound/medium compound/wax/metal/glass/vinyl/fenders

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