AGARTHA

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Edwards Yacht Sales Roy (EdwardsYachtSales)
Date de l’enregistrement: 19.12.2014
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Titre: AGARTHA
Construit: 1974
: 35 Ketch 35 Ketch
: 40 HP, Inboard, Diesel, Yanmar
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Description:

This classic Fuji Ketch is located in southern Chile.  For those who have dreamed of sailing Patagonia, this is your chance!  Despite her age she is well maintained, well equipped, and ready to go!



Of the design, here is an excerpt of a review from famed bluewater yacht designer Robert Perry:



 



By now the Fuji 35 is a very successful stock yacht. Upon her introduction I was quite surprised that there was a market for a yacht with very little of the current stock boat trappings. In fact, the Fuji 35 seemed a little anachronistic. It is, I'm sure, this feature that has brought her to the popularity she is now enjoying.



The John G. Alden office has been known for years for producing fine performing yachts. The Fuji follows in this tradition. She is of a hull form that traces its model back to the well-known Alden schooners. Compared to most of the current production yachts, the Fuji is a bit narrow. I don't think it's narrow, I feel it's about right for good windward performance. While the Fuji won't point like an IOR racing yacht, she will move to weather well, to cruising boat standards.



The sheer and other aesthetic treatments on the hull are done with impeccable taste, and the Fuji doesn't convey the \"toy boat\" image of some of the other character type designs. In fact, to call the Fuji a character yacht would be wrong. She is a traditional yacht.



The beam on deck is generous. This makes for a very dry boat and has the bonus of affording large side decks and a huge cockpit area. The keel is long but cut away slightly forward to improve maneuverability. There is a slight drag angle to the keel also. This, I think, is also to improve maneuverability. There should be no question as to the Fuji's ability to track or steer herself. The large transom and the minimum overhang of the mizzen boom would be ideal for attaching a self-steering device. The displacement / length ratio of the Fuji 35 is 413. This indicates the Fuji is in the heavy displacement area.



The Fuji is available in two rigs, the standard ketch and optional cutter. Aesthetically both rigs look great on the yacht, but my preference is for the ketch. It's true that you possibly could go to weather a little bit better with the cutter; however, I think the improvement would be negligible due to the hull form of the Fuji. The largest sail in the ketch rig is only 220 square feet. This would make the Fuji very easy to handle short handed. The ketch rig is very hard to beat for leisurely husband and wife sailing. While I don't care for the shape of most club jibs, they do cut down the activity during a tack.



Very few people can go below a Fuji for the first time without some sort of pleasant exclamation. The woodwork is of a quality that is all but extinct and has to be one of the main selling points of the Fuji. Her builder is Fuji Yacht Builders, Japan. The molding details are the best I've seen on a production yacht. Wood lovers will feel right at home. The builder has gone to the trouble of matching all his grains, and the overall impression is beautiful.



The layout of the Fuji is quite simple and a time-proven winner. There is quite an expanse of teak and holly cabin sole, and I personally know of a number of people living aboard their Fujis in the Seattle area. This is the true test of an interior. If you can stand to live aboard the yacht, and even enjoy it, the layout is usually the prime factor. Standard cushions on the Fuji are five inches thick. Other nice standard features are hot and cold pressure water, 110 wiring, shower sump pump, 30 gallon holding tank and an unusual amount of lockers and drawers.



The hull of the Fuji is hand laid up fiberglass with polyurethane noise and sweat insulation.  



Yachts, being the romantic objects that they are, are, I'm sure sold on their looks more times than the owners would like to admit. I like this. This is a very valid criteria and one in which the Fuji 35 excels. Her styling insures that she will look good for years to come.











Boat Name


AGARTHA






Specs


Keel: Full








Dimensions


LOA: 34 ft 7 in


Beam: 10 ft 0 in


LWL: 26 ft 0 in


Maximum Draft: 5 ft 0 in


Displacement: 16302 lbs


Ballast: 5500 lbs


Bridge Clearance: 45 ft 0 in








Engines


Engine 1:


Engine Brand: Yanmar


Engine Model: 3JH4E


Engine Type: Inboard


Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel


Engine Hours: 1200


Drive Type: Direct Drive


Engine Power: 40 HP








Tanks


Fresh Water Tanks: (116 Gallons)


Fuel Tanks: (82 Gallons)








Accommodations


Number of double berths: 1


Number of heads: 1



























Specification and equipment







Boat Name : Agartha 


Model : Fuji 35 Ketch, designed by John G. Alden, Inc. 


# Hull : 47 


Year : 1974 





General data 


ft inches ft mts 


Length Over All (LOA) : 34 7 34,6 10,54 


Length Water Line (LWL) : 26 0 26,0 7,92 


Beam : 10 0 10,0 3,05 


Draft : 5 0 5,0 1,52 


Height above Water Line : 45 5 45,4 13,84 


Displacement (lbs) : 16.302 7,39 Ton.


Ballast (lbs) : 5.500 2,49 Ton.


Sail Area (sq.ft) : 611 56,8 m2






Fuel tanks gal.


Main fuel tank : 40


Daily fuel tank : 26,4


Reserve fuel tank : 15,9


82,3





Fresh water tanks   116 gal.


 






Engine Details,



Yanmar 40 HP 3JH4E


1200 hours


Digital C-Type Panel.



Diesel purifier system installed






Electrical System


12v electrical system with two banks of batteries. 100 Amp for the motor and 400 amp for general use.


Intelligent charger


Solar Panel


Wind Generator 400W AirX.


Regulators and sensor installed






Plumbing system


All pumps mechanical, fres water and salt water.


Hot water through electrical system.



Electronics


Furuno GPS 32


Ray Marine GPS - Chartplotter e7D, also with external antenna for better signal 


Radar 1623


ST60 Wind


ST60 Tridata


ST60 Multifunction display


ST7000 Autopilot Controller and smart Autopilot X30 


Depth transducer airmar P79 connected to e7D chartplotter



Galley Gear


New refrigerator, installed 2016 - Isotherm ASU 4701


Gas Stove, three burner and oven 


Marine heater Dickinson



Sails,


Main sail - 


Mizzen sail


two Jib


One Yankee


One Genoa


One main storm sail


One mizzen storm sail


two more old Jib for sailing with poles






Safety,


Life Raft Viking 6 person rescyou for sailing off shore


CO Alarm


Smoke Alarm (Galley, Engine)


Gas Alarm


Water Alarm



Anchors,


2 CQR


1 Danforth


75 metres chain


Ropes, etc,



Dinghy for 4 person, zoom 2,6


Yamaha 4hp

































Localisation
Ville: Puerto Montt, Chile