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Gear and equipment installed on the
CR Yacht 400DS
The CR 400 DS Deck Salon model is designed by the CR design team and built
according to CE norm and certified by the International Marine
Certification Institute. Each boat is controlled to these standards during
the building time and receives a CE certificate upon completion. Our
vessel is a class A rated ocean going yacht.
Hull and Deck
In the hull and deck we (CR Yacht) are using isopolyester with glassfibre
reinforcement and multiaxial roving, everything made by hand, according to
the sandwich method with divinycell as insulating material. The blue NGA
Gelcoat has inserted white stripes. A hull construction consisting of
stringers, engine bed, mast foot and keel reinforcement is integrated and
laminated from stem to stern. All structural bulkheads are laminated to
the hull and deck.
Bath platform with bath ladder are inserted into the stern. All horizontal
surfaces in the deck, superstructure and cockpit are sandwich
construction. Cockpit, winch plates and the bath platform are laid with 12
mm teak. Hull and deck is joined with 8-mm stainless steel acid proof
The keel is made of lead with antimony, weight 7275 pounds. The keel is
bolted to the hull with thirteen M20 stainless steel acid proof bolts.
Furling 19/20 rig from Seldén made in silver anodized
keel stepped on the internal bottom grid. Double spreaders. Seldén rodkick
boom vang with gas spring. The mast is equipped with mechanical
adjuster, steaming light, deck light, Windex and pilot lines for later
addition of halyards.
Seldén Furlex 300 S headsail furling.
Wheel steering console with integrated compass. Cardan Steering.
Toe rails in aluminum with deck drains. Three Lewmar deck hatches. Eight thermo-pane
windows (hardened safety glass) in stainless steel frames. Two port lights
by the toilet and two port lights in the aft cabin. Mooring cleats in the
(2x) bow, (4x) stern and (2x) spring cleats amidships. Pulpits, integrated
seats in aft. Gateway on each side. Two Lewmar 48 self tailing stainless
steel winches. Anchor box in the bow, within the anchor box the 110V inlet
is placed. Shower handle on the bath platform with hot and cold water.
Teak on the deck. 2 Ventilators to the owners cabin.
A large and generous cockpit with large lockers. A blue spray hood,
serves as a good protection towards rain etc. Sprayhood extension with
fixed place behind the Cockpit. Main sheet with adjustable stoppers. Two
Lewmar 30 self tailing stainless steel halyard winches. Four halyard
stoppers. Two 64 mm outlets for the drainage of the cockpit.
Yanmar 4JH3E, 4-cylinders, freshwater cooled diesel, 56 hp. The engine
room is insulated with 30 mm sound insulation. All service points have an
Three blade folding propeller. Speed? About 7 knots! Service
from Yanmar? Great!
12 V system with a switchboard by the navigation seat. The
equipped with circuit breakers, switches, Diesel-, water-and voltmeter.
1110 amp hours for lights etc and 75 amp hours for the engine. 110 Amp
alternator. 110 V system with electric central containing circuit
Main with vertical full battens. Furling genoa (140%) with foam luff and
UV cover. The main sail has a model mark, boat number, telltales and
Interior (see photo page)
The interior is made out of Khaya Mahogany with premium cabinetry
carefully detailed in all aspects, satin finished in a two part varnish.
Varnished teak floorboards with holly inserts. Cushions covered with
high quality fabric with matching curtains for the windows in the
Double berth 6 feet 11 inches long. Shelves over the berths and a locker
in front. Two wardrobes, one with shelves. Seat. Stowage under the berths.
Standing height 5 feet 11 inches.
Large comfortable sofa on port side which used to convert into a double bed
without disturbing the table but is now converted to storage and a small
area is in use by the exhaust pipe for the
Espar Airtronic diesl heater and the
ITR diesel water
heater. The table used to have a integrated bottle locker but has
been converted to useable storage space. Hand holds on the overhead.
Shelves and lockers on both sides. Standing height approximately 6 feet 4
The pantry is shaped like an horseshoe, to get a good working area. Double
sink with pressurized hot and cold water, waste bin,
Eno stove with oven. A large (2.8 cubic feet) insulated freezer. Plus a
refrigerator (Isotherm 120). The counter tops are Corian®!
Wash basin and floor in laminate for easy cleaning.
size electric low water usage toilet connected
to a stainless steel holding tank. Corian® around sink area. Hanging
locker for wet clothes. Port light for light and ventilation. Pressurized
hot and cold water.
Inside: Shower stall with teak seat.
Outside: Shower head built-in on rear platform (Hot & Cold)
A 60 inch wide king-size berth, 6 feet 7 inches long. Wardrobe. Port
lights. Standing height approximately 6 feet 4 inches.
Inside Nav Station
On starboard side there is a navigation seat with room for
instruments and the ability to steer the boat electronically. Integrated
RayTech navigation software with AutoPilot and hsb (Raymarine network)
tying outside instruments to the inside Dell 12 volt P4 computer with 15" LCD
screen. RayNav 300
GPS with external GPS antenna provides GPS data to entire network.
RayPilot 650 Autopilot and ST60 Multi display bring all operating and
navigational control to one location. An ST600R Remote Control allows
full control of all steering functions as well as providing a source to
find all the instrumentation data anywhere on the boat (Imagine sitting
back on the settee eating dinner while making slight course
NavPod instrument pods are the ST60 displays (Wind, Depth,
Speed) and the RayMarine
RL80CRC outside display. Via Raymarines
networks of SeaTalk and hsb, all the instrumentation data is integrated
with the on-board network. The RL80CRC display boasts a Daytime visible
screen displaying the Radar image overlaid on CMap vector charts. Full
charting for the entire Pacific Northwest is provided by the SuperWide
Radar overlay image is provided by a Raymarine 4kW Radome. The
Raymarine 4kW Radome
provides extremely high detail scans with a thin fingers of data
allowing more accurately placement and tracking of obstacles. These thin
fingers allow more accurate MARPA tracking. The Radome is mounted on a fluid dampened gimbaled mount, which is mounted forward of the main
mast. A 36" stainless steel sailguard keeps the headsail clear of the
radar, and deck light.
Displacement 17,196 lbs
Ballast 7,275 lbs
LOA 39’ 6-1/2 “
LWL 35’ 5”
Beam 11’ 7-1/2”
Draft 5’ 11”
I = 53’ 6”
J = 12’ 10”
P = 50’ 5”
E = 15’ 9”
Sail area 743 square feet, 100% fore triangle
Sail area / displacement ratio 17.84
Water capacity 79.2 gallons (Stainless steel tank)
Fuel capacity 58 gallons (Stainless steel tank) & 55 gallon tank
Holding tank capacity 26.4 gallons (Stainless steel tank)
Displacement/ ballast 44%
Sail area/ waterline ratio 20.90
Theoretical hull speed 8.03 knots
Displacement/ length ratio 172.76
Capsize screening value 1.80
Security Systems by:
remote controlled wireless camera
system by StalkerVision