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Note from the owner:

Magic Lady is a beautiful live-aboard cruiser with plenty of living and
storage space. You can stand upright in all rooms and the large deck space
is great for relaxing and lying down full length, perfect for sun tanning
and star watching. The great size of the boat enables good privacy even for
a large party of people. The shallow 5 feet draft allows Magic Lady to go
to places where other similar sized boats otherwise can't.

Starting at the front, there's the fwd. head with shower and access to the
chain locker (with ample space for fenders). Moving back to the fwd. Cabin
with two bunk beds port and a double berth to starboard. Under the double
berth there is room for all the extra sails. Next is the galley to stb. and
workshop to port. Lots of drawers and storage room for tools and spares.
Also in the workshop is a big freezer under the table. In the galley
there's a two-burner stove with hot-plate and oven. Lots of lockers and
drawer-space and a fridge under the table. A manual fresh and salt water
foot pump besides the electric pressure pump. Stepping up to the saloon
with a C-shaped sofa to stb. around a beautiful teak table. Table can be
lowered to convert to a double berth. To port is a chart table with a solid
comfortable office chair, 12 volt outlets for a laptop or other chargers.
The engine room is accessible underneath the floorboards. Stepping further
up aft into the center cockpit shielded by a hard-top bimini. Last step
back is the master stateroom with a queen-sized double berth and a separate
head with shower. Lots of drawers and storage space. Above the stateroom
sits the poop-deck with enough room for some deck chairs and provides an
excellent second area for relaxing while at port or under sail.

Lately she has been sailing over 2500 nm around in the Caribbean by it's
owner, proving that it is in good sailing condition. The trip started in
December 2011 from St. Martin going south past Saba before turning back and
going for the BVIs where new year's eve was spent at Jost van Dyke. From
there to USVI, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Turks & Caicos, Jamaica,
Grand Cayman, Mexico, Belize and finally Guatemala. The owner is now love
struck, and doesn't want to continue the cruising lifestyle anymore.

Magic Lady comes with everything. Pots, pans, cutlery, espresso maker and
galleyware. Towels, sheets, blankets, pillows and even some Magic Lady
t-shirts. There are lots of tools and plenty of spares for engine and lots
of stainless steel stuff.

Boat condition:
- Boat is in fair condition, and restorable. Main problem is the plywood
under the teak deck
- Engine is in average condition.
- Accessories are generally in average condition.

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General Description
Builder/Designer Hardin / Hong Kong
Model Hardin ferro-cement Adaptation
Year: 1985
Length 47' (without bowsprit and davits)
Beam 14'
Draft 5'
Displacement 25 tons
Keel Type Twin-keels & integral long shallow long center-keel. Single blade rudder
Cruising speed 6.5 knots

- 8 berths
- Queen berth in master stateroom, aft
- Double berth in forward cabin,
- 2x bunk beds in forward cabin
- Saloon converts into a double berth
- Double sink
- Electric pressured water pump
- Electric macerator drain pump
- Fresh water foot pump
- Salt water foot pump
- 2x 25 lbs tanks
- Fridge runs off LPG, 12 volt, 240 volt
- Taylor 2 burner stove with hot-plate/grittle and oven on SWING
- barbeque mounted off the poop deck
- Gas detector (not connected)
- 2 heads 1 front, 1 aft
- 2x lavac vacuum toilets
- shower faucet from sink
- 60 gal SS holding tank in front head (not connected)

Engine - 80 HP Ford Lehman Diesel
- From 1985, last rebuilt in 2011
- Starts every time
- Approx 1 gph fuel consumption
- Fuel tanks 800 liters capacity
- 60 liter day tank with a lift pump and additional filter to pump from
main tanks
- Centered wheel steering from Center Cockpit.
- Heat exchanger for salt water cooling
Electricals - 12 volt
- 2x 4D house batteries (Deka Marine from September 2011)
- 1 starter battery (Mac from December 2012)
- 2x 75 watt solar panels
- Solar dual charge controller (charges two individual banks, house and
- Fresh water pressure pump
- Electric bilge pump with float switch and alarm
- 4 additional bilge pumps
- sink drain mecerator pump
- LED lights in pilot house
- LED anchor and tri-color lights
- 1500 watts 120 volt inverter
- Ship, Shore, Generator, Inverter selector switch
- Battery charger 40 amps, switch between 120 or 240.
- Alternator 60 Amps
- 240 volt
--- fridge
--- freezer
--- microwave
--- food processor
--- toaster
--- 2 cyl. Sole Diesel generator (currently no running)
- 120 volt (can run off inverter)
--- Vacuum cleaner
--- Angle grinder
--- Jig saw
--- Router

- Garmin GPS
- Acer One Notebook with
--- GPS mouse
--- chartplotting software with charts around the world
--- 12 volt charger
--- HP printer
- iCom IC-M422 VHF
- iCom commander handset in cockpit
- iCom IC-M600 SSB
- Furuno Radar
- Furuno Weather Fax
- 1000 mw WIFI antenna for USB (reaches WIFI networks while at anchor)
- Rudder indicator (not connected)
- Stereo/DVD player with speakers in pilot house and poop-deck

Tankage Water tanks:
420 gallon capacity (Enough for weeks without refilling)

Fuel tanks:
- 4x 60 gallon tanks
- 60 liter SS day tank
- 75 lbs CQR Main Anchor with 65 meters of ½ inch anchor chain
- 50 lbs Danforth Anchor
- 110 lbs Fisherman's Anchor
- 2x dinghy anchors 1x SS and 1x Galv.
- Lofran's Falcon Anchor Windlass, 1500 watt
Hull and Deck

- Hybrid between teak and fiberglass
- Storage box next to mast
- Storage box on aft deck
- SS stanchions with SS lifelines

Sails and Rigging - Cutter rigged
- France Spars aluminium Boom/Mast (approx 22 meters above surface)
--- Keel stepped mast with two spreaders and steps
--- 2x 75w spreader lights from first spreaders
- ProFur Titanium Series roller furler, 2003
- Roller-furling Jib
- Storm Jib
- Asymmetrical spinnaker in sock
- Main Sail, Quantum, 2002
--- slab reef with 3 reef points
--- 4 carbon fiber battens
- Storm sail
- Stay-sail, self tacking, with boom
- Storm stay-sail
- Ronstan Tracks & Lewmar Blocks
- Standing rigging, 10mm stainless steel wire
--- 2 lower and 1 upper shrouds per side
--- 1 Forestay
--- 2 Back Stays
--- 2 Running Backstays
- Winches:
--- 2 Lewmar 2sp/ST #30 Halyard
--- 2 Lewmar 2sp/ST Reefing
--- 1 Barient 2sp/ST Mainsail
--- 2 Meissner 2sp/ST #288TA Genoa
Miscellaneous Safety equipment:
- 8 life jackets
- 8 person life raft
- 4x fire extinguishers
- 3x safety harnesses
- Safety horseshoe
Fishing Gear:
- Tackle box with hooks, lures, leaders etc.
- 100 yards 400 lbs line
- Planer
- Small fishing rod with reel
Scuba equipment:
- 2 BCDs (XL, M)
- 5 wetsuits
Dinghy and Aft:
Aft stainless steel arch with davits. Holding the radar dome and the solar
panels. The dinghy can be raised high above the surface to avoid big waves
splashing into the dinghy.
- 12 feet Zodiac with soft-bottom
- 5hp Yamaha outboard
- 15 liter fuel tank

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