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Moschini & Mostes 60 (Elinda)

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Moschini & Mostes 60

Key Details

ManufacturerMoschini & Mostes Shipyards
Model Mostes 60
Year1990
Hull MaterialFiberglass
RigSloop
TypeCenter cockpit
DesignerSciomaker, Italy
Price$199000
LocationWest End, British Virgin Islands
FlagBritish Virgin Islands
StatusActive

Broker's Remarks

Elinda offers her next owner a great combination of blue water performance and luxurious comfort above and below decks. Her fiberglass hull was built by the famous Italian Moschino Shipyard using the mold for the Ferretti Altura 61. The unfinished hull was then transported to the Mostes Shipyard (a well renowned builder of primarily wooden yachts) where she was completely fitted out inside and her deck and cabin top, with a teak laid deck, installed. In her first ownership she was sailed from Italy to the BVI and then onwards to Tahiti and ultimately Sydney, Australia. She remained there for one year before then being sailed from Sydney to the BVI, via the Panama Canal, in only two months and five days.

She has remained in the BVI ever since and was purchased by her current owner in 2002. The current owner, an already seasoned sailor who had owner another large vessel he had Captain chartered for many years, then set about converting the interior of Elinda to offer more comfortable accommodations and then chartered her with his crew from 2005 until 2015 when they retired.

She has received numerous upgrades throughout the years including a replacement teak deck in recent years, I am confident that this vessel will survey out well due to the tremendous experience of her owner and would be ideal for an owner that wishes to cruise in comfort, safety and make great passage times.

Elinda is dry stored in a keel pit here at Nanny Cay Marina each summer and has never suffered any damage due to storms or bad weather.

We welcome you viewing what is truly a remarkable vessel.  Email the listing broker, Chris Simpson at chris@bviyachtsales.com.

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(3 Cabin / 3 Head, with crew quarters)

Aft queen with storage under and hanging lockers, (2) extra seats, ensuite head with shower

Forward Queen and single berth with storage under and hanging lockers, ensuite head with shower

Midships to starboard upper and lower with 2 drawers and ensuite head with shower

NOTE: (2) Fuel tanks removed and currently used as storage areas as 500 gals. is plenty of fuel for the boat.

Key Details

  • Manufacturer: Moschini & Mostes Shipyards
  • Model: Mostes 60
  • Year: 1990
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Rig: Sloop
  • Type: Center cockpit
  • Designer: Sciomaker, Italy
  • Price: $199000
  • Location: West End, British Virgin Islands
  • Flag: British Virgin Islands

Dimensions

Measurements
  • Length Overall: 60ft
  • Length at Waterline: 45ft 6"
  • Beam: 15ft 8"
  • Maximum Draft: 9ft 6"
Tankage
  • Fuel Tanks: 2 Qty, 500 Gallons, Fiberglass
  • Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Qty, 400 Gallons, Aluminium
Weight

Engines

Engine #1
  • Engine Make: Cummings
  • Engine Model: 6BT 5.9.M
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Power: 210 Horsepower
  • Fuel Type: Diesel
  • Engine Hours: 4000 Hours
  • Engine Hours Date: 15/03/2016

Speed

Inventory

GALLEY & WATER:

  • (3) Orvea manual heads
  • (3) Interior showers with (1) separate stalls in aft head
  • Deck shower
  • 230 Volt Frigomar/Megafrost top & front opening fridge with (3) compartments and (2) plates – dual system: (1) ¾ HP compressor, sea water cooled with 230 Volt pump and (1) ¼ HP compressor, 230 Volt keel cooled – Both systems cool large plates
  • 230 Volt 100 Watt ice maker inside fridge unit, 20 lb./day
  • 230 Volt Frigomar/Megafrost top opening freezer with (1) compartment and (1) plate
  • 230 Volt water maker, 16 gal/hr
  • Cutlery, dinnerware, pots, pans and utensils
  • Double stainless steel sinks
  • Granite countertops
  • 3 Burner propane stove with oven
  • 120 Volt microwave
  • 120 Volt blender
  • 120 Volt toaster
  • 120 Volt Coffee maker
  • 120 Volt Water heater
  • 120 Volt Oven/Broiler
  • Pressurized fresh water

ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT:

  • Autohelm ST 60 Multi depth sounder – 2008
  • Sailor HF SSB2100 radio
  • Raytheon RAY98E primary VHF radio
  • Uniden UM380 secondary VHF radio – new 2014
  • ‘(1) Sestrel and (1) Riviera compass
  • JVC stereo – 2008 with (2) speakers
  • 16” Sharp television – 2008
  • GME 250E EPIRB

ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS:

  • 24 Volt DC, 120/220 Volt AC
  • (8) 450 Ah total Trojan T105 house batteries in (2) banks – new 2014
  • (2) 260 Ah (total) engine start batteries in (1) bank
  • 6 Kw, 230 Volt, 60 Hz Northern Lights OM673L3 diesel generator – new 2009
  • 2 Kw, 70 Amp, 24 Volt Xantrex TR inverter/battery charger – new 2011
  • Shore power cord

SAILS AND RIGGING:

  • Bamar aluminum furling mast. Stepped on keel.
  • Bamar roller furler for main
  • Bamar roller furler for genoa
  • Stainless steel wire standing rigging with Staylock and swaged ends
  • (2) Lewmar 46 self-tailing winches (aft cockpit)
  • (2) Lewmar 66 self-tailing winches (aft cockpit)
  • Lewmar 48 self-tailing winch (aft cockpit)
  • Lewmar 52 self-tailing winches (midships)
  • (2) Lewmar 46 self-tailing winches (midships)
  • Mainsheet traveler
  • (2) Spinnaker poles
  • (2) Running back stays (used with jibs – currently in storage)
  • Manual boom vang
  • Murphy and Nye furling main sail (good condition)
  • Murphy and Nye stay sail (good condition)
  • (2) Murphy and Nye jibs (good condition)
  • Murphy and Nye MPS (good condition)
  • Murphy and Nye storm trysail (good condition)
  • Doyle genoa (very good condition) – new 2011

DECK & HULL:

  • 30 Kg Bruce primary anchor with 200’ of 12 mm chain – chain 2005
  • 50 Kg Admiralty secondary anchor
  • 3/’4” rode available in storage
  • 5 Kg Danforth dinghy anchor with 2 meters (20’) of stainless steel chain – chain 2000 and 50’ of rode
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Cockpit table
  • Life jackets
  • Life ring
  • Fenders and dock lines
  • Swim platform not attached to the transom.. are you referring to the platform at the bottom of the starboard side boarding steps?
  • Transom plank that doubles as boarding steps
  • Swim ladder
  • Deck wash down system
  • Bow anchor rollers
  • Bow pulpit and rails
  • Side stanchions and lifelines
  • Bimini
  • Cockpit awning with side curtains
  • Dodger
  • Vented propane locker
  • (2) Propane tanks
  • Deck light
  • Spreader lights
  • Search light
  • Teak deck
  • Navigation lights
  • 24 Volt, 2500 Watt Sanguinetti anchor windlass
  • Galleymate gas barbeque mounted on aft pulpit – new 2012

MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT:

  • (2) Rule electric/auto bilge pumps – new 2015
  • SureFlo electric/auto bilge pump – new 2014
  • Vetus wheel steering system
  • Emergency tiller
  • (1) 5000 BTU Air Passport 1/0 air conditioner (forward cabin) – new 2014 – ducting in place for salon and aft cabin
  • Fume detector
  • Engine room blower
  • Bronze propeller and (1) spare prop
  • (5) Dry chemical fire extinguishers and (1) powder fire extinguisher (in salon)
  • Manual oil changer on engine

ENGINE DETAIL: Cummings 6BT 5.9.M, 210 HP, inboard, diesel

  • Engine alarms
  • Raw water sea strainer
  • Fresh water cooling
  • Reduction gear – twin disc; 3-1 reduction
  • Fuel filter
  • Fuel shut off
  • Emergency stop
  • Approx.: 4000 hrs on engine (Mar 2016)

REMARKS:

 

Elinda offers her next owner a great combination of blue water performance and luxurious comfort above and below decks. Her fiberglass hull was built by the famous Italian Moschino Shipyard using the mold for the Ferretti Altura 61. The unfinished hull was then transported to the Mostes Shipyard (a well renowned builder of primarily wooden yachts) where she was completely fitted out inside and her deck and cabin top, with a teak laid deck, installed. In her first ownership she was sailed from Italy to the BVI and then onwards to Tahiti and ultimately Sydney, Australia. She remained there for one year before then being sailed from Sydney to the BVI, via the Panama Canal, in only two months and five days.

She has remained in the BVI ever since and was purchased by her current owner in 2002. The current owner, an already seasoned sailor who had owner another large vessel he had Captain chartered for many years, then set about converting the interior of Elinda to offer more comfortable accommodations and then chartered her with his crew from 2005 until 2015 when they retired.

She has received numerous upgrades throughout the years including a replacement teak deck in recent years, I am confident that this vessel will survey out well due to the tremendous experience of her owner and would be ideal for an owner that wishes to cruise in comfort, safety and make great passage times.

Elinda is dry stored in a keel pit here at Nanny Cay Marina each summer and has never suffered any damage due to storms or bad weather.

We welcome you viewing what is truly a remarkable vessel.

 

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.