ATLANTIC 47
ALWOPLAST, S.A.
STANDARD CONFIGURATION PRICE

 

Specifications:
Length                          47’ 0"
Beam                           24'2"
Draft                            3'6"
Wing Clearance            31" from DWL
Masthead from WL      64'

 

Sail Area:
Main                                 710 sq/ft
Jib                                       409 sq/ft
Gennaker                                   sq/ft
Spinnaker                                  sq/ft
Displacement                     18,000 lbs
Pounds per inch immersion:    760 lbs


Notes on this specification:
The Atlantic 47 can be tailored to meet the requirements of the owner. However, in an effort to present  representative pricing the specifications outlined below detail the A47 in a typical configuration. Pricing is given as of  July 2011 and is expected to remain constant for 30 days or longer. Prices are not guaranteed until a construction contract is signed.

Construction:
Hulls, decks, bulkheads and pilothouse are constructed from vacuum bagged BASF Palatal A430 Epoxy-Vinylester  resin and high performance glass laminate cored with PVC foam. All exterior surfaces are spray painted with Alexseal (TM) linear polyurethane coating.

Interior joinerwork and floorboards are cored panels to provide rigidity at low weight.

Propulsion and Steering
Twin Yanmar 3YM-30 (30 HP) diesel saildrive engines
Dual instrument panels with tachometer and engine monitoring gauges and alarms.
Primary and secondary fuel filters.
Dual “ZF Micro Commander” electronic single lever engine controls mounted at both the cockpit helm station and pilothouse inside helm.
Flex-O-Fold Bronze geared folding propellers
Rudder blades are fiberglass composite, high performance hydrofoil section with solid rudder stocks turning in low friction bushings.

Mast and Booms
Clear anodized aluminum mast, main boom, jib boom, forward crossbeam and compression beam from King Composites.
Mast, deck stepped with two sets of diamonds over single spreader.
Masthead light, masthead VHF, wind instruments
All halyards and reefing lines are led to cockpit.
Boom has internal reefing lines, topping lift
Self tacking jib hardware with Profurl reefing/furling unit

Sails
Mainsail: Tri-radial CruiseLam construction by Quantum sails. Full length battens with Harken luff cars, 3 reefs and stack-pak sailcover.
Jib: Tri-radial CruiseLam construction by Quantum sails. UV cover on foot and leech. Self tacking hardware.

Standing Rigging
All type 316 1x19 SS wire rope stays and shrouds

Running Rigging
Dyneema halyards and control lines. Low stretch Dacron sheets.

Deck Hardware
Harken "Radial" self tailing winches:
One, B50.STEV- electric #50 for mainsheet/main halyard
One, B50.ST-  staysail sheet and reef lines
Two, B50.2STA   for gennaker/spinnaker sheets
Three, B50.2STA for main boom vang/preventer controls and staysail traveler

Harken self tacking jib traveler, 18’ long
Harken ball bearing blocks are standard equipment.
Spinlock  ropeclutches

Fins with adjustable flap
Two cored glass fiber fins moulded to hull bottoms, each with a trailing edge adjustable flap.
Flap control lead to cockpit

Collision Bulkheads
Each hull has a collision bulkhead forward.

Electrical
(4) Solar Panels, 130 watt output each
12-volt circuit breaker panel with voltage and amp meters.
Approx. 500 a/h deep cycle battery house bank
Battery monitor
Separate engine start battery
LED interior  lights
Resolux full spectrum fluorescent lights in galley and work areas
LED red night lighting within the pilothouse
Chart light

AC System
Victron Phoenix inverter 12/3000 to be installed to provide AC power from the batteries.
110v AC outlets are installed in the following places.  (1) each head, (1) galley, (1) workbench, (2) nav. Station, (1) port side of pilothouse settee.

Tanks
Composite  80 gallon diesel fuel tank with deck fill, shut off and gauge
Composite  80 gallon water tank with deck fill, vent and gauge

Navigation Electronics
Installation included as standard for the following equipment:
Wind/speed/depth instruments
Autopilot
GPS
VHF radio
RADAR

Hull and Deck Ventilation:
10 Deck hatches, all Lewmar Ocean Series. Accommodation area hatches are equipped with roller shade/screens.
(1) Goiot hatch is installed on the port hull inboard side  as an “escape” hatch. 
(3) Lewmar Atlantic opening portlights with clear plexi windows,
Lewmar Atlantic model opening port is located adjacent to each double berth
Cowl vents each head
(6) Hella fans, two in each double berth

Rails and Lifelines:
Custom fabricated SS stanchions and lifelines.
(4) SS Transom grab rails
Integral swim step on rudder

Anchor Handling:
Dual bow anchor rollers enable two anchors to be easily used at the same time.
Lewmar V3  windlass with rope/chain gypsy  and dual direction switch.
Self-bailing lockers for self stowing chain and rode.

Ground Tackle
Two anchors and rodes are supplied. Primary anchor to be a Spade S-100  (44 lb) with 50’ of  3/8” H.T. chain and 250’ 5/8” three strand nylon anchor rode.  The second anchor to be West Marine  Performance 40  (Danforth type) with 10' 3/8” chain and 250' of 5/8" rode.
Cleats and Docklines
Six 10" docking cleats, 2 bow, 2 stern, 2 spring line
Two 10” mooring cleats
Four (4) 5/8" 3 strand nylon docking lines each 40' in length are supplied.

Navigation Lights
LED masthead Tri-color and anchor light
Mast mounted steaming light with deck flood light
LED deck level running lights

Exterior Lighting
Aft deck amber LED lights
Aft deck floodlight

Interior
Varnished Spanish Cedar or Black Walnut cabinet door frames, fiddles and trim.
Teak and holly laminate soles in accommodation spaces
Semi-gloss polyurethane finish, color eggshell white, in accommodation areas.
Ultrasuede fabric for pilothouse settee seats and other cushions.

Pilothouse 
Port and starboard settee seats both have a varnished wood table. Port side table is a movable “coffee table”. Starboard side table is a dining table configured so that it can  be moved on the aft deck for open air dining. Settee seats have partitioned stowage beneath via lift out covers in the seat top.

Pilothouse Steering Station
A 28” destroyer type wheel is mounted to starboard with a 4" flush mount Ritchie SS-2000 compass, engine instrument panels,  electronic gear shift/throttle control located within easy reach of the wheel.

Pilot House Nav. Station
Extra large chart  table measuring 54" x 30" with full size chart drawer beneath
Two file drawers
Ample space for nav and satcom gear.
Extra outlets for laptop computers, printer, etc..
Tank Tender,  tank monitor

Bow Nets
High strength, race boat style,  Dyneema knotless net.
Aft Deck
6' x 16' open area aft deck with seat on port side, storage lockers starboard. Painted non-skid surface.
Amber night lighting and flood light.
Dinghy davits with hoisting tackle 

Galley
Force 10,  four burner propane stove with automatic temperature control oven and broiler. A remote solenoid propane shut-off switch is provided.
Two 20lb. composite propane bottles are located in a self venting locker
Microwave oven installed in the galley over the propane stove.
Galley sink is a deep bowl polished stainless steel with strainers set flush into a Granicoat counter top.
Hot and cold pressurized water delivered by single lever pressure water mixer.
Ample drawers, lockers and shelves for storage. Built in trash container.

Refrigeration
A custom fabricated side by side refrigerator/freezer (8 cu/ft capacity) is located in the galley, inboard side.  Adjustable shelves included in each compartment. Each unit uses a separate highly efficient SeaFrost compressor with electronic control thermostat providing redundancy.

Aft Cabin
Port hull has a separate aft cabin which contains a  double berth (55” wide, 80” long),  built in dresser with additional stowage.  A deck hatch and opening ports provide excellent cross ventilation.

Midship Cabins
Each hull has a sleeping cabin amidships that contains a large queen  sized berth (60" x 80'). A hanging locker, built in dresser, storage cabinet and bookshelf is included. A large deck hatch and opening port provide excellent ventilation.

Heads
Each head is equipped with a vanity with polished stainless steel sink with hot/cold pressure water. Granicoat laminate countertop and stowage locker beneath. Two large stowage lockers with shelves for towels, etc. are within easy reach.

Lavac toilet plumbed to holding tank with valves for overboard discharge as well as pump out. Other toilet types are available on request.

Showers
Semi-gloss polyurethane finish for easy cleanup
Hot/cold pressure water with single lever mixer
Waterproof light
Sump pump

Hot Water Heater
Isotemp 40 liter dual function (dockside power or engine heat exchanger) water heater.

Outside Shower
A hot and cold water pressurized rinse station is installed on the hull transom boarding platform.

Workbench (port hull)
Polished SS counter with backing plate for vice
Drawers and lockers under workbench for tool and parts storage
Lockers above for stowage

Exterior Finish
The entire above water line exterior of the boat is spray painted with Alexseal™  linear polyurethane coating.  Walking areas to be non-skid finished. 
Contrasting boot stripe is included, owners choice of color. 
The bottom of the boat will be painted with black anti-fouling paint.
Vessel name and hailing port, approximate 8" and 5" letter size respectively, will be installed.

Miscellaneous
Fenders, (4) 10" PAR inflatable fenders are included
Three portable fire extinguishers will be provided with stainless steel mounts

WARRANTY
Twelve month limited warranty from Alwoplast, SA, Valdivia, Chile.