Neff Yacht Sales / Used 60 foot Malcolm Tennant Power Cat Power - Borrowed Horse

Malcolm Tennant Power Cat

Borrowed Horse

2016 • 60' (18.29 m) • Power
US

$695,000 USD

Malcolm Tennant design custom built by Orren Byrd. Byrd completed 5 other vessel in this category and this high quality build was his personal yacht.

Estimated approximate range of 6,000 nautical miles at 8 knots, 4,000nm at 10 knots and 1,500nm at 15 to 16 knots with wide open speeds in excess of 20 mph.

Designed to be away from the dock for up to a year with massive storage and range.

Full running gear grounding protection.

Mechanical Cummins 220 HP diesel engines provide dependable, efficient and easy to maintain propulsion.

2,400 watts of solar, AC and DC generators, coupled to Outback inverters and generous battery storage provide plenty of power

Three 8 cubic ft. refrigerator/freezers to store perishable provisions, rainwater collection from decks, Spectra DC watermaker with dual pumps ensure ample fresh water.

Numerous updates and improvements in 2019 made by the current and second owner including Garmin electronics, bow thruster, upgraded air-conditioning to 58,000 BTU, new AC generator, Pompanette platinum yacht series helm chairs and new interior.

Owner will consider reasonable trade.

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Vessel Information

Builder: Malcolm Tennant
Model: Power Cat
Model Year: 2016
Category: Power
Sub Category: Power Catamarans, Pilothouse
Condition: Used

LOA: 60' (18.29 m)
Engine Info: Cummins 6BT V diesel 220|horsepower Inboard 1012

Location: Wilmington, NC US
City: Wilmington
Country: US

Accommodations

  • 2-5,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioners
  • 3-16,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioners
  • 2 queen berth state rooms
  • 2 heads with full showers
  • 2 Headhunter Royal Flush toilets
  • Hanging lockers and ample storage in each state room
  • Memory foam and foam topper mattresses
  • Cork flooring covered with Luxury Woven Vinyl through most of the vessel, bound carpets in lower areas.
  • GE front loading washer

Upper Helm Electronics

  • Garmin 7616 XSV multifunction color display
  • Garmin Doppler effect digital radar
  • Garmin dual frequency sounder
  • Garmin active captain
  • Port and Starboard rear view cameras
  • Sitex metadata AIS transceiver class "B"
  • Sitex SP 36 Autopilot with dual pumps
  • Com Nav 203 FFU tiller steer
  • Com Nav hand held remote CR-203
  • Maretron wind and weather instruments
  • Two Maretron P & S depth sounders
  • Forward scan Echo Pilot FLS Platinum
  • 27 inch LG display for PC with keyboard
  • Sitex SSB receiver
  • Koden MDS-6rR12 KW radar
  • Navigation computer with mapping software
  • Sailor 6216 VHF radio with DSC
  • Islandtime WIFI antenna and booster
  • Standard Horizon handheld VHF
  • Multiple 12 and 5 volt DC outlets
  • 5 Red/white map lights
  • Fusion stereo speakers
  • Side Power 24 volt bow thruster
  • Kobelt single lever engine controls

Enclosed Flybridge Pilothouse

  • 2019 Pompanette Platinum Yacht Series helm chairs
  • Large elevated "L" lounge with storage and drawers
  • Dual overhead hatches and opening windows
  • Luxury Woven Vinyl floor covering
  • Desk with file drawers
  • Access door to boat deck and upper deck seating

Lower helm electronics

  • Twin 27' monitors
  • Com Nav 203 FFU tiller steer
  • Sitex SP 36 Autopilot
  • Sailor 6216 VHF with DSC
  • Three Maretron displays, 2 depth and one weather
  • Hart tank tender tank gauge unit
  • Kobelt engine controls
  • Fusion blue tooth stereo with pilothouse, salon and aft deck speakers

Electrical

  • 50 AMP 120 volt shore inlet
  • 12 and 24 Volt DC systems
  • Outback 3500 charger/inverter
  • Tri Metric charge and condition displays
  • Side power 24 volt bow thruster
  • Kubota DC generator
  • Next Gen 5.5 KW AC generator new 2019 with 27 hours as of May 2022
  • 8 Solar panels, 2,400 watts total
  • 6 AGM 200 amp house batteries
  • 4 12 volt engine batteries new May 2022
  • Engine driven Electrodyne 24-volt alternators
  • LED lighting throughout, some on dimmers
  • Underwater lights
  • Lightning protection dissipaters
  • High water bilge alarms
  • 5 Reverse cycle air conditioners, 58,000 BTU total
  • Spectra CH-330 24-volt watermaker with dual pumps
  • 4 small capacity hot water heaters located near desired discharge points
  • Three 8 Cubic feet Frigoboat top loading refrigerator or freezers. Air to air or keel cooling compressors.
  • GE front loading clothes washer
  • Oberdorfer crash pumps port and starboard with engine room bilge pickups. Same pumps used for overboard discharge of holding tanks and bilge area forward of engine room. There is also deck plate pump out for holding tanks

Deck

  • 240 LB Rocna anchor on @300 ft 7/16 chain
  • 120 LB Spade anchor on @150 ft 7/16 chain
  • FX 125 Fortress anchor
  • Maxwell 3500 windlass with capstan
  • 1200 LB Brower Systems hydraulic crane
  • 13' AB Aluminum hard bottom inflatable with 30 HP Suzuki 4 stroke
  • Dual fore and aft salt and freshwater washdowns
  • Dual swim ladders
  • Screens on all opening hatches, windows and doors
  • Aft deck sun shades
  • Main deck rainwater collection for fresh water tanks
  • LED fore deck, aft deck and bridge deck exterior lighting

Mechanical

  • Twin factory remanufactured Cummins mechanically controlled 6BT 220 HP diesels
  • ZF 85 IV-2.5 Vee drive transmissions
  • Evolution Drive Systems oil lubricated roller bearing shaft logs
  • Dual oil change systems
  • 4 total, 2 per engine room Racor primary fuel filters. Pancake fuel polishing filtration with transfer pumps on timers to transfer and polish fuel to day tanks
  • Fireboy clean agent fire suppression bottles in engine rooms
  • Basket type main engine raw water strainers fed from sea chest
  • Aqualift fiberglass muffler system

Aft Deck

  • Force 10 two burner cooktop
  • Large undermount stainless steel sink
  • Top loading holding plate refrigerator/freezer
  • GE clothes washer
  • Magma propane grill
  • Dual swinging protective gates to swim platforms
  • "L" lounge with 2 hi low tables
  • Removable sun shades
  • Huge amount of storage
  • Fresh and saltwater wash downs at transom gates
  • Easy boarding from floating docks at transom
  • VHF Radio

Foredeck

  • 2 Port and 2 Starboard under deck storage lockers in forward hulls accessed from foredeck. Plenty of space for lines, fenders, fishing and diving equipment. Spare props, extra anchor and rode. Good access to generators and day tanks.

Builders comments

Builders Comments:

I have built six boats and all were built using the West Systems composite technique. This vessels hull from flange to flange is strip plank 1 inch thick by 1.5 inch wide juniper (white cedar) glued together with epoxy. While still upside down 9 ounce unidirectional carbon fiber was laminated on with epoxy with a four foot overlap on the center line then faired with West Systems epoxy and 410 microlite. Once turned over the inside of the hulls were laminated with 12 ounce biaxial Kevlar. All top sides and decking panels were constructed with 3mm 3 ply ockumme plywood and different densities of core material (ingrained balsa, venticell, corecel and divinicell closed cell structural foam) as structural scantlings dictated. All panels were vacuum bagged and glassed to seal and provide a tough waterproof coating in preparation for painting. The only wood not glassed is the interior maple joinery. However all joinery was double coated with clear epoxy. There is no exposed raw wood on this vessel.

Mechanical disclaimer

Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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