Southern Cross Luxury Sail Yacht Maintenance History

Southern Cross

Southern Cross

Length: 29.70m  (97'5"ft) / Guests: 8 / Built: 1991

MAINTENANCE HISTORY

  • Works done 2004 at Pendennis shipyard, UK
  • Hull: composite body strength and structural conditions checked and confirmed by CIM, France and British surveyor
  • Gel coat was pealed and full Epoxy system applied, process and work surveyed by British surveyor and international technicians
  • Sparcraft mast and boom sanded and repainted with Awlgrip paint system
  • Rigging: rigs were changed, wires made by Sparcraft, France; rigs replaced and mast tuned by Sparcraft technicians
  • Teak decks replaced with A class dried Birman teak by Pendennis
  • Exhaust system: exhaust pipes and equipment renewed with Vetus material
  • Main engine turbo systems replaced
  • Electronics installed: additional new Raymarin radar, Raymarin E Series chart plotter with repeater, Navtek system; LCD TV and DVD system replaced in all 4 cabins and saloon, music system renewed
  • Carpets replaced
  • Lewmar glass hatches replaced
  • Saloon and cabins furniture renewed by British artisanal carpenter
  • Saloon seats leather upholstery replaced by premium quality leather by British artisan
  • Saloon lighting system renewed
  • Wind shields replaced with new originals
  • Washing machines and dryer replaced
  • Works done in Turkey
  • Superstructure and hull repainted with Awlgrip paint system
  • Engine and generators overhauled by original service providers
  • BNG speed wind and deep system and repeaters replaced by Raymarine equipment
  • Ericson GPS and data system installed

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