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(LOCATION: Cartagena, Columbia) The Anastasiades & Tso Custom 40m Superyacht Is designed to provide luxury accommodations. She will meet your expectations with a spacious flybridge, wheelhouse, expansive main deck with master suite, Professional galley and lower deck with guest staterooms for eight, and accommodations for a crew that will insure a quality cruise.
The large open flybridge with radar arch and upper station provides an open air area to relax and entertain. The main deck has walkaround teak deck with main salon connects with the covered aft deck. There is one stateroom on the main deck, the master suite, forward of Salon and Galley.
The lower deck has four private staterooms with accommodations for eight. The two staterooms feature queen berths and full accommodations. There are two guest staterooms with twin berths and en suite heads with showers. Crew quarters are located below the forward deck / Captains cabin and officers cabin on 2nd deck level behind the wheelhouse.
Powered by twin 520 hp Caterpillar diesel engines this beauty will cruise with comfort and dependability. Engines were overhauled at 2200 hours with 450 hours since the overhaul. There is reverse cycle HVAC for interior comfort and generators for offshore electrical power. The functional refitting has been done with personal upgrades remaining for her new owner.
This is an outstanding opportunity to own a superyacht without the superyacht pricetag for a serious owner with the vision to complete the refit.
Owner says serious offers are encouraged!
Falmouth Yacht Sales would love to guide you through a personal showing of this 132' Anastasiades & Tso Custom 40m Superyacht 1982. This yacht for sale is located in Cartagena Colombia and priced at $649,000. For a showing please contact us by filling out the form on this page and we will get back to you shortly!
Anastasiades & Tso
Custom 40m Superyacht
Caterpillar 3412 Turbo
450.00 HRS 520.00 HP
450.00 HRS 520.00 HP
This superyacht was built and designed in Greece, ran as a luxury charter with several VIP's (got an endorsement written in its log from Robert Wagner !) in the Mediterranean sea always with the same owner. in 2012 the owner sadly passed away leaving the vessel to his US resident son who did not know anything about ships and sold it to current owner. as the previous owner was sick for a few years before he passed the boat had been dormant in the water for about two years so present owner had her hauled out of the water (bills and extensive photographs are available) and had a massive and very expensive refit done.
All steel was sounded, bulkheads, decks, hull, everything. any steel under water not up to par was cut out and replaced. The bottom of the swim platform was cut out and re-ribbed, then new steel was placed. The shafts were pulled out, bearings replaced, shafts resurfaced, polished, you name it. outer cutlass bearings were replaced by a new system with Teflon bearings. Rudders: same thing All new zincs of course, underwater lights were placed, new transducer for the depth finder, 2 coats of primer, 5 coats of anti-fouling.
Shafts (both rudder and Drive) pulled, checked, re-surfaced in the bearing areas. Bearings renewed, sealrings replaced on drive shafts, packing glands replaced on rudder stuffing boxes (2016)
New Antifouling (2018, ground down to bare steel and applied 2 coats of epoxy anti-corrosive, then barrier coat, then 3 layers of Antifouling)
New paintjob Hull, removal of bad plaster parts, pre-treating the newly exposed steel with Epoxy anti-corrosive paint. Endpaint job done with Roller, focused on thick and long lasting result (2018)
New paintjob superstructure, removal of bad plaster parts, re-fairing after treating exposed steel with Epoxy anti-corrosive paint. Endpaint job done with Roller, focused on thick and long lasting result (2017)
New paintjob front deck, inside bowcompartment, inside chainlockers (2018)
New underwater lights stern area (2016)
New Housebank, 24 x 2V batteries, Gel, 1500 aH each connected to one 24v Housebank 3000 Ah (2016)
New 24 Solar panels (8 loosely installed on 2nd deck aft, to keep charge on housebank)
New 140 Amp charger, 24v, for Housebank
New 4 x 3000 watt inverters, Victron, stackable, to create 12kW inverter from housebank for ships power independent from generators (220v, also a 5kW inverter for 110v systems is present) (2017)
New PVC tiles main deck (New PVC tiles 2nd deck are onboard, have to plan the job with the company, it’s paid for and the decks are now treated and flattened (2016 – 2018)
New swimplatform Teakdeck (2018)
Anchors and Chains sandblasted and re-galvanized (2018)
New RPM gauges and sensors for precise RPM readings in both engine room and Wheelhouse (2018)
Engines and Generators serviced (last year overhauled complete cooling systems of both engines and generators) (2018)
Port Turbo overhauled (2018)
Starboard turbo maintenance done (cleaning and inspection) (2018)
Starboard generator new fuel injectors and injection pump overhauled (2018)
Port generator new fuel injectors (2018)
New large touchscreen Garmin GPS / Radar / AIS combo with Sonar / depthfinder (now on board 2 Radar / 3 GPS systems) (2016)
New AIS send / receive unit (2016)
New Simrad autopilot (2017)
New stainless steel Anchor plates (2018)
New refridgerator compressor (2017)
New muffler starboard engine (2017)
Partial new muffler port engine (2016)
New 16’ RIB with 90 HP 2stroke engine (Selva Marine) (Hypalon) (2016)
New 11’ Dinghy with 9.9 HP 4 stroke Suzuki engine (Hypalon) (2016)
New large flatscreen smart TV in salon (2016)
New PS4 Playstation with games and wireless controllers (2017)
New dolby 5.1 surround system with Blueray player in Salon (2016)
All lights in boat (110v and 220v replaced with LED bulbs) (2017)
New starting battery bank in Engine room for both sides (2017)
New radio emergency battery bank on flybridge and New electronics battery on Flybridge (powered by a total of 3 of those 24v solar panels) (2016)
New bed / Matrass king size master bedroom (2016)
New bathroom furniture master Bedroom (2017)
New toilet (hanging) master bedroom (2017)
New electro step for shore movements (2016)
New foldable small bicycle for shore movements (2016)
New complete dive sets (2 x) with 2 18L divetanks each set. BCD, weights, one shorty suit 3mm one 8mm full length suit with hood (2017)
New underwater divescooter (Seabob) (2016)
New cutlery and silverware (2016)
New Airfryer (2017)
New Microwave (2016)
New Icemaker (2016)
New toaster / Grill (2017)
New Blender (2017)
Tools: New everything imaginable, from Grinders through Sanders and Welder. Various portable pumps,
one extremely powerfull dump-pump for raw contaminated water for emergency use with Firehose connection (2016 – 2017)
New extremely powerfull fuel pump (Bronze impellor) with 2.5” hose for fueltransfer Bowtank to Daytank / Center tank engine room (2017)
Large 4 Racor fuel-polishing system with custom made manifold for Bowtank (can circulate fuel in Bowtank (appr. 12.000 Liter) through 4 Racor 2020 filters continuously underway to keep fuel in tank extremely clean) (2017)
New 480 GPD watermaker (220v) (2017)
New 12L compressor (for airhorn use mostly) (2016)
New double 2020 Racor systems with switchvalves on both main engines (2016)
New 2020 Racor systems on each generator (2016)
New PVC Laminate flooring throughout the boat’s inside (wood-laminate look for Salon, hallways, and Bedrooms. Similar as Deck-tile flooring for working areas (Kitchen, Toolroom, hallway in between and Wheelhouse) (2016)
New automatic daytank filling system (2016)
New 12 Person Liferaft container (2016, serviced until July 2018)
4 New docking lines, 2” braided chemical Hemp, 25m each, breaking strength >10.000 Kg (2017)
Second and third deck have been stripped of old decking material, ground down to bare steel, and retreated with epoxy anti corrosive paint and polyurethane paint on top. (2018)
Aft lazarette area steel areas cleaned out, sanded down and retreated with epoxy anti corrosive paint and top layer of poly urethane paint. (2018)
What remains to be done (in my opinion)
The de-plastered parts in the hull should be replastered and Hull repainted (spraypaint, yachtgloss) for a real Yacht-feeling (purely esthetics, see latest pictures hull paintwork) OR all fairing can be taken off and the steel repainted.
Installation of the new PVC tile deck (already paid for and materials on board)
2nd Deck structure for bimini in SS should be commissioned with welder / fabricator to give final setting for the 24 solar panels as well as create a shadow area on the 2nd deck (see picture attached, proposed price in Colombia around 10.000 usd)
For Instalation of all 24 solar panels a new Regulator should be installed (possibly 2) that arrange voltage of all panels into one serial input of maximum 888 Volts. This allows the panels to charge batteries even at dusk and dawn. Possibly even from a strong moonlight.
All below-deck bathrooms (4x) and the 2 topdeck bathrooms are old fashioned and could really use a refit. depending on how many people are on board, to prevent overflow / backflow through lower showers (black and grey are in one and the same tank currently) (right now there is no backflow as long as grey/blackwater are pumped out on a daily bases, or every 2 or three days if only one or two persons on board)
Currently the former crew room (has vertical ladder going down through hatch on front deck as entrance) could probably house 2, maybe 3 cabins (2 with double beds, 1 with stacked bunks possibly ?) with private small head is empty and gutted other than the bathroom, could be turned into a Gym also.
I am sure I’m still missing new items that got on board during the last 2 years but I’m also sure I maybe missing one or 2 items that should be addressed so please consider this an as exact as possible estimate
We consumed 70 liter on average @ 8 - 9 knots (going downhill) (both motors + one generator)
I've seen up to 90 liter with harsher conditions.
The boat is set up completely now to be able to run completely without generator so the consumption would go down with about 5 - 10 liters per hour.
The maximum range (including the use of the bowtank, driving at around 1150 RPM / 8 knots) is over 3500 NM.
Between June 1st and June 10th the boat will be filled with fuel and water and splashed, a steel sounding report will be made before boat is splashed
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