Angel Heart is a great sailing, easy to live aboard catamaran, perfect for the Bahamas and set up for cruising. We just returned from our second trip to the Bahamas and she is ready to go again. Angel Heart is a great sailing, easy to live aboard catamaran, perfect for the Bahamas and set up for cruising. We just returned from our second trip to the Bahamas and she is ready to go again. Angel Heart handled smooth and rough conditions with ease, reliably and comfortably crossing the gulf stream twice, and enjoying the turquoise waters of Bimini, Cat Cay, Nassau and Rose Island, many locations throughout the Exumas including Hogs Cay cut, Conception Island, Long Island, two trips to the Ragged Islands, Eleuthera Island, Harbour Island and the Devil’s Backbone, and the Berry Islands. In 6 months of cruising, Angel Heart needed no substantial repairs. She has had careful and timely routine maintenance. We had a Rainman portable 40 gallons per hour gas-powered watermaker (not included with sale) for virtually unlimited water usage while cruising.
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Dinette with upholstery new 2017, dry cleaned May 2019.
C-head composting toilet new 2019.
Shower with a spray nozzle with shut-off and lexan folding shower door. Shower pump new 2019 to overboard drain.
16,000 BTU air conditioner, salt water cooled.
Interior teak trim
Synthetic teak and holly floors.
Fans in the main berth, main cabin, port berth, and head (6 total).
Full set of screens for all hatches. Magnetic closing screen for the main door.
Kenwood stereo with CD player and cabin speakers.
Two forward facing Lexan windows in main berth and bridgedeck new May 2019.
An opening port on starboard hull (galley) new May 2019.
Genius 1000 Anchor windlass 12v
Ground tackle: 100 ft heavy galv chain (good condition) and ¾” 3-strand rode, with 44 lb plow anchor on the bow roller. 33 lb Bruce anchor with 50 ft heavy galv chain and ~100 ft 5/8” 3-strand rope. Medium aluminum Danforth with chain and ~150 ft 5/8” rode.
Stainless steel stern dinghy davits, including a cockpit sling seat.
Hot and cold pressure water to galley and head.
Cockpit/stern wash-down hose/sprayer.
Double SS sink with high faucet new 2017
Propane stove 3 burners with oven, new parts 2017.
Refrigerator w/freezer (propane, 120V).
Whale salt water foot pump and discharge at the galley.
Lots of storage.
Westerbeke Engine panel w/tachometer, oil pressure gauge, temperature gauge, voltage display, hour meter new 2019, and ignition key, plus bell alarm for low oil pressure and high temperature.
Raymarine depth display (wired for tri-data display with paddlewheel knot meter and temperature, not currently used)
Raymarine ST60 wind speed and direction
Raymarine ST4000+ wheel autopilot with a remote receiver (needs remote device)
RayMarine A70D chartplotter with Florida and Bahamas charts. IPAD mount at the helm (IPAD not included).
VHF DSC Radio, ICOM M330G, with internal GPS new 2019, with coaxial wire from helm to masthead new 2019, masthead antenna new 2017.
VHF Radio, Uniden LTD935, wired to an antenna on davits. 120 volt AC system;
Shore power cord, new 2017, first use May 2019.
GCFI outlet new 2017.
Outlets throughout the boat.
Heart Freedom 15, 1500 watt battery monitor, charger, inverter with Xantrex remote monitoring panel. (Battery charger works, inverter not presently working)
12-Volt electrical system:
Balmar 6 Series alternator, new 2017.
AGM batteries, one 180 amp-hour, two Group 27 92 amp hour, new 2017.
100-watt solar power on stern davits with charge controller.
Energy usage monitor new 2017.
Full Remote Work Station: We worked successfully 20 hr/week doing computer/phone work while cruising the Bahamas using these boat systems:
Bonus 12-volt electrical system new 2017: 200-watt solar panels with charge controller and Group 24 battery, and energy usage monitor. This is a fully independent battery system with several USB charging plugs in the forward berth and three 12v plug-ins at the dinette. Kept fully charged: two laptop computers, two cell phones, IPAD, iPods, etc. We never once ran low on power.
Powered mast-head external cell phone booster antenna new 2019. We had good cell coverage/internet everywhere in the Bahamas except the Ragged Islands, but many places were “no service” without this booster antenna. Works with multiple cell devices simultaneously.
We used a Bahamas ALIV digital hotspot (unlimited 4G data, 100GB/month plus, $85/month, no contract, not included w/sale).
Sails: Full-batten Mainsail, Sail in a bag system with lazy jacks. Good condition.
Genoa on Furlex furling system. Good condition.
Custom genoa car slide running rigging and cleats.
Extending whisker pole.
Engine: Westerbeke 30C Three, 30 HP diesel, new 2016, approx 200 hours, including Balmer 6 series alternator new 2016. Racor fuel filter. Bronze/SS cooling water strainer. Engine fully maintained 2019.
Sillette stern drive: Re-built (new boot, internals, etc.) 2017. Maintenance including oil changed in 2019.
Bottom paint around the waterline and 80% of hulls painted February 2019
Fuel Tanks: 36 gallons (2 each @ 18 gallons, plastic)
Diesel and gasoline plastic jerry jugs.
Water Tanks: 60 gallons (2 @ 30 gallons), with dual electric water level monitors.
Hot water tank: 6 gal, heated from the engine or shore power.
Propane: 2 @ 20 lb bottle. Easy tank change over system. Propane solenoid and gas detection sniffer.
Centerboards, lines replaced starboard 2017, port 2019.
Safety equipment including flares (good through 2020), bell, and LifeSling2 new 2016.
8 HP Honda outboard 4 stroke
SSB Radio: ICOM IC-M802, ICOM AT-140 SSB tuner, hull grounding plate, all wiring. Missing antenna (believed to work if have antenna).
Outside fabric shades over bridge deck forward lexan window, cockpit roof window, and hatches.
Inside curtains for all windows.
Sun awning with fiberglass hoop pole, covers mast to end of the cockpit with detachable rear cockpit shade panel, new 2019.
Sun umbrella (really, works great for instant shade, even when sailing!) new 2019.
Spare Parts: Lots of spare parts for engine, pressure water pump, outboard, etc.
Cruising guides to all Bahamas and map books to North and Central Bahamas.
Detailed "how to operate” boat manual, and boat equipment manuals.
Two fire extinguishers new 2017 (4 total on the boat), all recently inspected.
Smoke detectors and CO monitors new 2017.
Rule 1000 gph bilge pump with control switch and float (1 each hull)
Dinghy anchor with chain and line.