|Listing Id||5127113||Length||14.65 Meter|
|Model||46 CLASSIC||Engine Type||Inboard Diesel New 2012|
|Hull Style||Single||Hull Type||GRP|
MALŌ 46 CLASSIC – PULSAR HIGHLIGHTS
3 owners only, including the renowned sailor and Sail Magazine editor Nigel Calder
Equipped for unlimited world cruising
US Tax Paid and USCG registered
Pulsar (ex Nada), was built to specific customisation to suit heavy weather and high latitudes sailing
Full insulation of hull and deck for noise reduction and warmth in the winter and to keep the boat cooler in the winter in the tropics
110HP Yanmar (New 2012)
Huge refit between 2019 and 2023
PYI PSS Pro shaft seal (2021)
Bronze stern bearing tube and bronze cutlass bearing housing replaced (2021)
Reinforced rudder / skeg joint in case of collision
Wired for 110V inside the boat, but equipped to accommodate any voltage in the world with additional shore power sockets fitted.
8 x 100Ah/12v Battleborn Lithium batteries,
5 kW Yanmar Genset in soundproof box. Only 334 Hours
1095W solar panels (New 2019)
Standing rigging and rigging hardware New 2019
Running rigging replaced (between 2019- 2022)
Full set of cruising sails by Port Townsend Sails (Carol Hasse) in excellent condition
Anderson winches including electric primary winches
Fully comprehensive cruising electrics recently updated
Iridium go and Starlink
110L / h watermaker
Eberspaecher Hydronic 10 diesel heater ducted through the boat
Achilles 10.5 ft aluminium RIB dinghy (2021)
Yamaha 15hp Enduro (New 2020, serviced 2023)
3 cabins layout with large stateroom with ensuite head and a separate shower
Truly astonishing presentation. Please read on for the full description and watch our full feature video tour on our Nautilus Yacht Management Youtube Channel
Pulsar is currently located in the Marshall Islands
To come across a yacht such as Pulsar is rare.
Although, like for almost every Hallberg-Rassy or Najad we have come across on our cruising routes , Malō Yachts owners fit the type of sailors who have a deep knowledge of ocean crafts, seek true adventure no matter the latitude, and take extremely good care of their boat. To own a yacht built with such perfection in every detail, and without regards to a price point, naturally inspires owners to continue showing the same respect over their years of ownership, which for Pulsar (ex Nada), is visible from the bottom of the keel to the very top of the mast, and everything in between. It is a joy and a honour to be representing such a vessel.
The best way to truly discover Pulsar for you, unless you can travel to meet with her owners in Fiji, will be to read the abundant details we have put together below with the invaluable help of the owners, and also to watch the hour-long video which will most surely leave you as much in awe of this yacht as we are.
If you are looking for a serious offshore cruising yacht capable of safely taking you to the furthest reaches of the world, this yacht will be hard to miss. Pulsar is a veritable little ship, yet graceful and fast, and equipped to sustain the most luxurious, modern demands for live-aboard cruisers wishing for all the comfort of home for weeks away from land. Power is in oversupply, the powerful 110HP Yanmar (2012), has low hours and present immaculately. The cabins present as new, with all the exquisite timber work intact, except for the companionway teak stairs which are solid teak and could do with a sand and varnish, although in this exposed area silky varnish doesn't last long. Her layout is ideal for a family, or to receive guests, with a private master cabin forward with ensuite head, which is completely separate from the shower. Two large aft cabin with great storage and a fresh, well ventilated interior share a second, very large head / shower area. The galley is well appointed and designed to be safely used in all weather. The cold storage is abundant for a boat of this size.
The extraordinary list of upgrades alone, which has covered every areas of Pulsar over the past few years would conservatively represent as much as the asking price, which was deliberately kept reasonable to match the current market.
For a bit of info about Nautilus Yacht Management, we are a boutique-style brokerage devoted to high quality cruising yachts and to the cruising community since our launch in Sydney in 2011.
With several offshore branches from French Polynesia to Fiji, New Zealand and Australia to assist cruisers along South Pacific route, we are here to help both sellers and buyers with the logistics involved from registration to insurance, delivery, import, survey, storage and crewing if required. Ex- cruisers ourselves we just strive to help others begin their journey on the ocean.
If like us, Pulsar has become an obsession for you, get in touch! NYM has a reputation to present to the market only quality cruising yachts in beautiful, turn-key condition, but our real trademark is to work as a team with you and the sellers to ensure a seamless, transparent and joyful experience.
Our team can organize a private video viewing, discuss the purchase process with you as well as have all the time in the world to answer your questions, put you in touch with the owners if you wish, assist with organising your visit, purchase, delivery home if needed, insurance, berthing, crewing, etc.
A Word From The Owners:
"Pulsar is a 2005 Malo 46 Classic originally commissioned as Nada for Nigel Calder. She has been sailed and lived aboard for the last five years as a family home cruising the Pacific.
Pulsar has been through an extensive refit to inspect, replace, or refurbish almost everything inside and out on the boat.
In August 2023 in Fiji and November 2021 in Mexico she had independent surveys from different surveyors with zero recommendations for work needed due to her detailed maintenance and high degree of care.
Actively cruised, stocked with current systems, a huge supply of spares, cruising gear, and loads of storage space, Pulsar is ready to go today for your adventure.
We fell in love with Pulsar when we could easily see our family inside all around the large table playing games, space to entertain all our friends, and a safe, fast, capable cruiser that could take us anywhere. We’ve spent five years improving on Pulsar, making her more comfortable, easier to sail and maintain, and even stronger so that the limit would always be us, not Pulsar." Graham and Karri, Fiji, September 2023.
ENGINE AND MECHANICAL:
Pulsar’s engine provides loads of power when needed but is efficient at cruising speed, and her substantial tankage provides a huge motoring range.
Her rack and pinion steering means you can feel instant fine feedback from the rudder, making her a joy to sail.
The powerful bow thruster makes docking easy.
Oil changes are quick with the oil change pump plumbed into the engine, transmission, and generator.
With both electric autopilot and a mechanical wind vane, she provides self-steering with a backup system ready to go at a moment’s notice.
Pulsar’s deep storage allows her to carry an enormous amount of spares for everything.
- Engine: Yanmar 4JH4-HTE 110 HP, 2010 model, 1677 Hours (Repowered in 2012)
- Bowthruster: Sidepower SP155TC bow thruster, many spares (removed and serviced 2021)
- Propeller: Flex-o-Fold 3 blade folding prop and spare 3 blade fixed prop
- Diesel capacity: 645 L diesel (per manual), 495 L aft tank, 250 L forward tank, with electric transfer pump
- Steering: Jefa rack and pinion steering and binnacle pedestal with compass
- Drive: Aquadrive anti-vibration shaft coupling system (Replaced 2021)
- Alternators: Dual alternators, standard 80A/12v starter and high output 180A/24v house
- Filters: Racor Dual 500FG fuel filter / water separator and many spare filters (2021)
- Fuel pump: Jabsco electric fuel transfer pump from forward tank to aft tank
- Oil pump: Jabsco electric oil change pump plumbed into main engine, transmission, and generator
- Safety: Fireboy automatic fire extinguisher system
- Power: Lifeline AGM 210Ah 12v starter battery
- Seal: PYI PSS Pro shaft seal (2021)
- Windvane: Monitor windvane mechanical self steering and spares (refurbished 2021)
- Cutlass bearing: Bronze stern bearing tube and bronze cutlass bearing housing replaced (2021)
- Engine spares: alternator, starter, raw water pump, fresh water pump, exhaust elbow, formed hoses, gaskets, filters, many more.
Pulsar’s electrical system:
The owners write: "Pulsar boasts a giant solar array, the ability to plug in anywhere in the world, a very large lithium bank, and a large inverter powering everything our family has ever wanted to run on board, even the teenagers! Even though Pulsar has a very high output alternator on the main engine and a generator, they are rarely needed because the large solar array keeps the batteries topped off in all but the cloudiest weeks. The custom breaker/switch panels are simply amazing and provide fine grained control over every system and easy access to the backsides for maintenance."
- 8 x 100Ah/12v Battleborn Lithium batteries, configured in series-parallel as 400Ah/24v bank (2021)
- Main engine alternators: Balmar 180A/24v (4 kW+) and standard 12v
- Balmar PC-850 Generator 220A@24v (5 kW+) and standard 12v, in soundproof box, 334 Hours
- Victron Multiplus 3kW Inverter/Charger, 70A/24v charger, 110v output (2017)
- Victron Centaur Charger 60A/24v worldwide battery charger (90-265 volts, 45-65 Hz)
- 3 x 365 watt LG solar panels, total 1095 watts (2019)
- 3 x Victron smartsolar charge controllers with bluetooth (2019)
- Wired and mount prepared for wind generator (removed wind generator 2023 to mount Starlink)
- Victron BMV-712 battery monitor with bluetooth (2020)
- Victron Smart Battery Sense temperature monitor with bluetooth (2020)
- Victron Orion DC-DC 70A 24v-12v converter for 12v electronics, with spare (2022)
- Custom well organized high current and low current distribution and switch panels
- 110v, 12v, and 24v outlets in boat
- Galvanic isolator
SAILS AND RIGGING:
Pulsar is easy to sail with an array of sails made at Port Townsend Sails by the legendary Carol Hasse for all conditions with all sailing lines led to the cockpit.
Slab triple reefing makes it an easy, foolproof reefing system at any wind angle.
The large integrated stainless top plates covering the chainplates provides an excellent seal, preventing water intrusion.
The 140% Genoa performs fantastic furled in high winds, is a giant sail for low wind conditions, and is easy to handle with the large electric Andersen winches.
For those light breeze days, Pulsar is equipped with an asymmetric spinnaker in a sock which can be raised right out of the forward deck locker.
The Selden MDS car system makes for an easy raise of the mainsail.
Equipped with excellently maintained sails, newer standing and running rigging, and spare running and standing rigging solutions, Pulsar is ready to take you anywhere.
- Sloop rigged, discontinuous with two spreaders, with solent stay and backstay adjuster
- Standing wire rigging replaced, including all hardware (2019)
- Running rigging replaced (2019-2022)
- All halyards except spinnaker are dyneema cored
- Topping Lift is dyneema cored and length sized for use as spare backstay
- Fully battened triple reefed mainsail from Port Townsend Sails (Carol Hasse), good condition (serviced 2023)
- 140% genoa headsail from Port Townsend Sails (Carol Hasse) on Harken Mk3 roller furler (roller furler serviced 2018, sails serviced 2023)
- Removable solent stay with Harken tensioning system
- Storm jib and storm trysail with separate mast track from Port Townsend Sails (Carol Hasse), never used (serviced 2022)
- Second small hank on jib for solent stay (serviced 2022)
- Asymmetric spinnaker in sock with own lightweight sheets (serviced 2019)
- Stack pack for mainsail (serviced 2023)
- Harken mechanical backstay tensioner (serviced 2018)
- Andersen winches, 2x cockpit 58ST electric, 2x cockpit 46ST, 2x mast 28ST, all 2 speed self tailing
- Selden mast, boom, rodkicker vang, slab triple reefing system
- Selden MDS cars and track for mainsail, with spares
- Mast steps up to first spreader
- Spare mainsheet, genoa sheets, furling line and many more in good condition
- Spare 1/2” dyneema for use as a standing rigging stay replacement
- Spare shackles, dyneema, other rigging gear
Pulsar is equipped with updated electronics and communications, integrating Starlink, Iridium Go, and 2 EPIRBS for maximum connectivity at sea.
The chartplotter at the helm and nav station are linked, sharing routes, waypoints, and making it easy to plan and sail your route safely.
The Vesper Wi-Fi gateway makes it easy to share boat data like GPS to tablet or computer based navigation options such as OpenCPN or Navionics, which can integrate with the chartplotters.
- Raymarine es75 7” chartplotter at helm (2023)
- Raymarine e165 15” chartplotter at nav station (2015)
- Raymarine RS130 GPS (2015)
- Raymarine RD418D digital radar (2015)
- Raymarine 7001+ with S3G Autopilot and ST600R wired remote
- Raymarine ST60 instruments in cockpit plus wind, depth, speed, temp sensors
- Raymarine ST60 multi instrument at nav station, plus spare unit
- Raymarine Seatalk (0183) to SeatalkNG (2000) gateway
- Vesper XB-8000 AIS transponder with NMEA to Wi-Fi gateway (2019)
- Vesper GPS antenna (2019)
- Vesper VHF/AIS antenna and splitter (2019)
- ICOM M506 VHF at nav station plus helm handset (2019)
- Starlink antenna (2023)
- Iridium Go and external antenna (2019)
- Mikrotik Wi-Fi router (2019)
- Mikrotik Wi-Fi range extender with outside antenna (2019)
- 2 x EPIRBS (see safety section)
The owner's write: "Living the last 4+ years mostly at anchor has been easy with the oversized Lighthouse windlass, 400 feet of chain, and Rocna anchor. The extra long length of chain has allowed us to confidently anchor even farther out in deeper water when the anchorage is full, meaning there is always room for Pulsar wherever we go."
- Primary 120m Acco 8mm G4 High Test galvanized chain (2019)
- Chain locker is run slightly aft and very deep to improve performance
- Secondary 15m chain + 105m 19mm 8-plait rope (2019)
- Rocna 33kg primary anchor (2018)
- Mantus swivel (2023)
- Lighthouse 1501 chain and rope windlass with reversing circuit (factory serviced 2019)
- Windlass spares: complete motor, seals, bearings, 3/8”/10mm chain gypsy, solenoids, more
- Bruce 33kg spare anchor
- Fortress FX-35 stern/spare anchor
- Saltwater wash down pump at bow
Pulsar is well setup to keep you safe and sound with multiple ways to communicate with friends and family, two large electric bilge pumps and a large manual pump, and all the gear needed for safe ocean passages.
- Dyneema lifelines (2022)
- Viking RescYou Pro 8 person liferaft, hardcase mounted on deck w/spare railmounts (2018)
- 2x EPIRBs, one for the boat, one for the ditch bag (1x new 2018, 1x serviced 2018)
- 6x Mustang hydrostatic inflatable life vests
- 2x Ocean Signal RescueMe MOB1 AIS personal locator device
- ACR RapidDitch bag
- Handheld VHFs
- European CE Rating Category A: Ocean for 8 persons
- Rule manual bilge pump (2023)
- Rule 2000 gph lower bilge pump with solid state float switch (2022)
- Rule 4000 gph upper bilge pump with solid state float switch
- High water alarm wired to bilge pump
- Carbon monoxide and smoke detectors in each room, lpg gas detector in galley
- LED navigation lights, Hella sealed units (2022)
- LED tricolor/anchor light
- All underwater thru hulls and valves replaced, bronze (2018)
"Living aboard for years has meant Pulsar has received all the tweaks needed to make her comfortable.
One of only a few Malo Yachts without teak decks (no maintenance!), a cored deck and hull, plus additional insulation along the inside of the hull all means Pulsar stays cooler in the tropics and warmer in the cold.
Her ultra quiet Sirocco II fans throughout the boat and the diesel heater make it even better.
The cockpit is well shaded, with zip in additional shade curtains or a full enclosure for cold or wet places.
The back deck is covered by solar panels, providing great shading, and the giant stainless supports make excellent hand holds when sailing.
A freezer cold enough to make ice easily even in the tropics means always having ice cubes when it’s time for sundowners.
The high output watermaker runs off DC only, no need to run a generator or the inverter, and provides plenty of water for showers in the separate shower room or rinsing off after a plunge with the fresh water at the back deck.
The easy to clean coppercoat bottom plus a hookah mean cleaning the bottom is a quick and easy task.
The galley enables you to cook with either LPG or electric induction, helping to keep the heat out of the boat when sailing in the tropics.
Hot water is no challenge, it’s provided by running the electric water heater, the main engine, the generator, or the diesel air heater, so it’s almost always available."
- 30 gph CruiseRO 24v DC watermaker with many spare parts (2019)
- Caframo Sirocco II ultra quiet fans in every cabin and three in galley/salon (All replaced since 2022)
- 660L water (per manual), salon forward 410L, salon aft 210L, 40L water heater, with manifold and tank selector
- Front loading fridge with dedicated keel cooled compressor, digital thermostat, stainless evaporator plate
- Top loading freezer with dedicated keel cooled compressor, digital thermostat, stainless evaporator plate
- Double stainless sink, deep
- Force 10 four burner LPG stove and oven
- 2 burner 110v induction stove that fits directly onto stove
- Many lights converted to LED (2020), remaining are low draw CCF
- 2x Raritan Fresh Heads with fresh water flush (2021)
- Salt water flush an option in emergency, no electric needed to flush
- Eberspaecher Hydronic 10 diesel heater with forced air throughout boat
- 32” HD TV
- 120L black water holding, 2 x 60L, one at each head
- 40L 110v Isotherm water heater
- Main engine, generator, and hydronic heater all heat exchange with water heater
- Matching covers for salon upholstery, cushions in great condition because they’ve ALWAYS had covers
- 2x 20lb fiberglass LPG tanks
- Hypervent under cushions in aft cabin and mattress in forward cabin
- Jabsco fresh water pump, complete spare pump, rebuild kit, and more spares
- Freshwater faucet at aft deck (2022)
- Saltwater wash down pump at bow
- Brownie hookah, 110v
- 4x Marinco solar vent fans (2019)
- Cockpit zip in full enclosure with strataglass
- Cockpit zip in shades
- Stainless steel solar arch, strong 1.5” 316 stainless tubing (2018)
- Dinghy davits added to arch (2020)
- Aluminum hard dodger and sunbrella bimini with 1” 316 stainless tube frame
- 2x teak corner seats on back deck
Stocked with a substantial set of tools, spares, fiberglass, epoxy, various materials, fasteners, huge electrical and plumbing supplies, stainless, welding rods, starboard, complete spare units of many boat systems, and so much more, Pulsar has been called “the mobile boatyard” and “the floating chandlery” by other cruisers.
When prepping Pulsar for Coppercoat, no effort was spared. The hull was carefully blasted to gelcoat, faired as needed, and then two complete barrier coats applied for double protection, each multiple layers applied as advised by the company, and finally the Coppercoat. Coppercoat means Pulsar’s bottom is smooth for fast sailing, easy to clean, and lasts 10+ years before new antifouling is required.
The newer dinghy and 15 hp Yamaha Enduro engine will plane with four adults and take you anywhere you want to go.
- Coppercoat anti-fouling (2021, 2023 touchup)
- Topsides waxed and polished (2023)
- Hull sandblasted to gelcoat, re-faired, and new double barrier coat applied, 6 coats West System epoxy + 4 coats Ceram-Kote epoxy, as prep for Coppercoat application (2021)
- Achilles HB310AL 10.5 ft aluminum inflatable RIB dinghy (2021)
- Yamaha 15hp Enduro 2-stroke outboard, spare prop and more (new 2020, serviced 2023)
- Rudder cut into for inspection, reglassed, and post seals renewed (2021)
- Keel/hull stepped joint ground into and inspected across entire length, perfect condition with no signs of stress or separation (2021)
- Red lights powered by rechargeable batteries added throughout boat for nighttime at sea
- An enormous supply of spares of all kind, mechanical, various materials, electrical, plumbing, epoxy, and more.
MAJOR HULL UPGRADES MODIFICATIONS:
Pulsar has undergone an extensive refit during down time between cruising, going through almost every system on the boat. Some of that refit included adding extra reinforcement to critical areas to improve upon the already heavily built and reinforced hull Malo is known for.
- Upper rudder bearing, tube, and seals replaced with new from Jefa and tube/hull connection reinforced with fiberglassed bracing shoulders (2018)
- Lower rudder bearing/shoe replaced and reinforced with upgraded size (2021)
- Mid rudder bearing/delrin bushing added for additional reinforcement (2021)
- Skeg/hull connection reinforced with additional fiberglass (2021)
- Forward cabin double berth with ensuite head and separate shower
- 2x Aft double berth cabins
- Aft head/shower
- Standing nav station
- U shaped galley, easy to communicate with the cockpit
- Salon table opens up and settee slides forward to seat 8+ at table
- 2x lee cloths in salon for 2x single berths
- Stairs with easy angle instead of ladder for easier movement between cockpit/interior
- Incredible amount of storage all throughout the boat, enabling easy balancing of the load for long distance off-grid cruising
FORWARD CABIN SUITE:
- The forward cabin suite has two ultra quiet Caframo Sirocco II fans to keep you cool.
- Underneath the double berth’s memory foam mattress is hypervent to provide airflow, and ample storage, bow thruster, water maker, forward diesel tank, salt water wash down pump, a hydronic heater zone unit with dedicated controls and forced air for all rooms in the forward suite, and diesel transfer pump.
- A large mirror on the wall makes the space feel very open.
- In the suite is a head with two mirrors, fresh water flush toilet, and storage. There is also a separate shower with teak floor grate and more storage.
- Under the floor is more storage and a sump pump for the shower.
- he head floor grate is plumbed to the shower sump and prepared as a wet head, making conversion of the shower to a storage area possible by moving shower equipment to the head.
- Corian sink and countertop in the head. Lots of cupboard space for personal effects and two hanging lockers.
- The hatch located in the forward suite is an emergency exit and faces forward, catching plenty of wind when at anchor to filter through the rest of the boat.
- There is an overhead light in each room, as well as two LED reading lights at the double berth.
- The salon features a dining table which spins and folds open to become larger.The beautiful varnished light mahogany matches the same woodwork throughout the boat.
- The port side U shaped dining area is joined by a long settee on the starboard side, which slides forward to become a bench seat at the table when hosting many for a holiday feast in far flung locales.
- The cushions throughout the salon have covers made of the same fabric as the upholstery, meaning spills are easy to clean.
- The port and starboard sides each feature a single berth with lee cloths. Their location midship makes them ideal berths when underway.
- Storage in the salon is substantial, including cupboards, storage behind each settee, and storage plus deep storage in the bilge underneath each seat.
- The water tanks are below the floorboards across the center.
- Movie night is fantastic with a 32” TV and soundbar.
- The two quiet Caframo Sirocco II fans keep the room cool and the CCF can lights provide warm efficient lighting.
- The many port lights and hatches allow excellent natural light and airflow.
- Under the starboard settee is the second zone hydronic heater unit which is connected via forced air to all rooms other than the forward suite.
- There are two overhead lights here, as well as five can/reading lights.
- The standing nav station features an impressive breaker/switch panel providing fine grained control over most boat systems.
- This panel opens out to give easy access to wiring and maintenance.
- Behind the nav station panel is a DC-DC converter and many boat systems.
- The nav station features an ST60 multi-display for data, the VHF, and a 15” chart plotter.
- Above the nav station is the router, Iridium Go, and brass ship’s clock.
- Under the nav station is lots of storage and a laser printer.
- Also here is the battery monitor and controls for this heater zone. There is a dimmable overhead light here.
AFT HEAD AND SHOWER:
- Fresh water flush toilet
- Corian sink and countertop
- Wet head integrating shower with sump below floorboards in companionway.
- Storage behind the mirror. The wet locker is located here.
- The U shaped galley provides a good work space when underway.
- The large front loading refrigerator makes it easy to find whatever you’re looking for quickly.
- The deep top loading freezer works great, quickly providing ice cubes even in hot tropical locations and tons of food storage.
- The gimbaled gas stove and oven are supplemented by an electric induction cooktop which perfectly fits in place on top of the stove making it easy to choose gas when conserving power or electric to keep the heat out of the boat when cooking.
- Lots of cupboard and drawer space means you can take a plethora of culinary tools and spices.
- The pegboard glass cupboard keeps your glasses snug, preventing breakage.
- The centerline position of the deep stainless double sink enables easy draining at any heeled angle and no overflows.
- Corian countertops matching in the galley and head are easy to clean, tough, and stain resistant.
- This space includes two overhead dimmable lights on the ceiling and two more overhead lights above the cooking area.
AFT PORT CABIN:
- Underneath this double berth is hypervent for airflow beneath the cushions, and beneath the boards are the enclosed battery boxes, high current electrical panel, charger, solar chargers, and more electrical components.
- Inside the hanging locker is the inverter/charger.
- This berth has a quiet Caframo Sirocco II fan and has opening port lights on both the exterior and into the covered cockpit for good airflow even when it’s raining.
- Ample cupboard space is provided for personal effects.
- The ceiling of the room is a hatch that opens into the cockpit in emergency exits or just for airflow.
- With the cushion removed you can easily remove a board to expose many boat systems in the mechanical compartment down the center of the boat.
- The entire center wall and cupboards are removable as well, enabling you to easily do major work in the mechanical compartment. There is a removable panel on the wall to access the side of the engine.
- This cabin includes an overhead light and an LED reading light.
AFT STARBOARD CABIN:
- Underneath this double berth is hypervent for airflow beneath the cushions, and beneath the boards is the main diesel fuel tank and oil transfer pump.
- There is a hanging locker and ample cupboard space.
- With the cushion removed one can easily remove a board to expose many boat systems in the mechanical compartment down the center of the boat.
- The entire center wall is removable as well, enabling you to easily do major work in the mechanical compartment.
- This cabin includes an overhead light and an LED reading light.
- The stairs instead of ladder make moving between the inside and cockpit safe and easy.
- The stairs lift up to expose the engine, fuel filters, etc, and the wall can be removed providing even more access to the engine.
- Underneath the floor board here are most of the underwater thru hulls, making inspection easy.
COCKPIT AND BACK DECK:
- Well protected by the hard dodger from spray, and being a center-aft cockpit design, sailing Pulsar is comfortable.
- The bimini provides substantial shade and the lines are all run enabling single handing when required.
- The cockpit includes four Andersen winches, two of which are electric, all 2 speed self tailing.
- The teak is in excellent condition.
- The teak cockpit table also features an extension which enables seating 6-8 people for a meal.
- The back deck is also well shaded with a large removable solar panel bimini that includes rain catchment.
- The back deck is a protected space with high railing and excellent hand holds from the large stainless solar panel bimini support tubes.
- Off the back of the deck is the monitor wind vane and dinghy davits.
- Cockpit lights are built in to the targa arch.
- The targa arch keeps the space organized by placing the mainsheet and traveler above the cockpit.
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.