LOL... was just designing my "dream boat" last night.
Its a little off your parameters though.
, built by kelly archer or kanter yachts.
~47', beam ~``14', lwl 40', displacement
~29000 lbs light. draft
hight 65', cutter
Pilothouse open to back, large nav station to port then head
for wet locker, galley
to starboard with 8 cf freezer
and 12cf fridge. salon
forward with wrap around dinete to stbd, settee to port, forward is pullman berth to stbd, and storage
and small seat to port. forward of that is a water
tight bulkhead accessed from 3x3 hatchh on deck
for chairn, line, fender
, sail, ect lockerr.
aft of conpainonway is over and under single
berths to port, to stbd is a engine
space and generator
, 120 HP diesel
, like a john deer or lugger, and a 6 KW norther lights generator
. Espar diesel
4 zone ac. further aft is small head
and workroom. 1400 ah of rolls wet cell batteries in a space under compainonway vented to outside. 2 agm
start batteries. Engine
has 300 ah electodyne alternator
. 220v powered water maker 40gph. water tankage is 200 us gal, fuel
is 330 usg (300 gal in 2 aluminum tanks
plus 30 g day tank) holding ~40g, blackwater 25g.
is 150% genoa
for light airs on a furler
. Staysail is 100% hanked on.
Main and mizzen staysails. Main is on batt cars as is mizzen.
unpainted. topsides white. with no skid, no teak
inside is cherry with some exotics. Not much teak
at all on this boat.
pilothouse is similar to a sundeer type pilothouse. open in the rear, seating port and stbd. small cockpit
aft. aft deck
with large lazerette, swim step sugerscouped stern. 2 digneys, 1 hard sailing, one rib
. 15 hp honda outboard
for the rib
cost.... around 800K if I did a lot of the finish work myself I guesstimate.
Now for your second question, the main question is WHERE is this boat expected to reside and persorm. But for your 150K max then I would say a ENDEAVOUR
42 (not 43) purchased for around 110K, and put the rest into upgrades. They are very nice boats and would do well in almoxt any sailing most of us would ever do. If extreme sailing is your forte, like patagonia, ot the artic, then it would be hard to get someting like that for that price
, except a one off steel
I would get to commissioning that first boat today, but unfortunatly I am broke, so I guess my current
one with have to do...... but a man can dream.
Have a safe and happy holiday, whereever you reside.