Aurora 39′

Centre Cockpit Cruising Sloop – no longer available.

This yacht is the first in a new series of performance orientated cruising sailboats built by Jarkan, and is the latest design from Murray Burns & Dovell, exemplifying a perfect blend of modern design and traditional seakeeping qualities. An all new design, continuing the theme of the ever popular Jarkan 10.5 and retaining some of the key ingredients that made it one of Australia’s most successful production yachts.

The privacy and comfort of the aft cabin, a spacious and workable main saloon and galley area. Reliable and well engineered rig and equipment. A boat you can live on and cruise in comfort and style.

This boat is not an old racer revamped, but was purpose designed in 1999 to be a fast and truly seaworthy cruising yacht, for coastal or global cruising.

SPECIFICATIONS for Jarkan Aurora 39

LOA – 11.9m, LWL – 10.1m, BEAM – 3.5m, DRAFT – 1.8m,

DISPL. – 8t, SAIL AREA – 90sq.m.

 Hull -

Hand laid GRP and end grain balsa, using Aquaguard Gel coat, vinyl ester resin throughout with anti-corrosion mat tie layer and unidirectional rovings.

The deck is hand laid composite GRP and end grain balsa with solid GRP or plywood in the high stress areas.

Structural bulkheads are of 16mm marine plywood.

Lead ballast encapsulated in keel, with a small (1 tonne) bulb through bolted with 316 SS bolts.

Rudder with 316 stainless steel stock, nylon bearings.

Stainless steel stem head fitting with two anchor rollers and MPS attachment point.

All chain plates stainless steel.

Through hulls and seacocks in either bronze or Marelon.

Aluminium or teak toe rail.

Engine -

Yanmar or Nanni 40hp diesel, fully installed with remote controls and standard instrumentation.

2-bladed folding propeller.

Mast & Rig, deck equipment -

Deck stepped, double spreader mast with stainless steel compression post.

1 x 19 SS standing rigging, forestay, dis-continuous shrouds, swept back configuration, backstay with split lower legs.

Main halyard and topping lift, 1 jib halyard, 1 spinnaker halyard, spinnaker pole topping lift (doubles as storm jib halyard), pole hoist and down haul.

Boom with slab reefing system, lazy jacks and rigid vang.

Spinnaker pole stowing vertically on mast.

Sails – Fully battened mainsail with two reefs; headsail on furler.

Steaming and spreader lights, standard navigation lights on rails, all round white at masthead.

SS Pulpit, split pushpit and stanchions with stainless lifelines, gates port and starboard.

Winches – Lewmar, Anderson or equivalent, all self-tailing; 2 primary headsail winches, 2 halyard and reefing winches, 1 mainsheet winch, 2 x lock-in handles.

Aluminium headsail sheet tracks with pin stop cars.

Mainsheet system on aft cabin top.

Halyard turning blocks, deck organisers, line jammers, fairleads, mooring cleats.

Whitlock pull-pull steering system with destroyer type wheel.

Stainless hand rails on cabin tops.

Lewmar or Goiot aluminium deck hatches to Fore cabin, Head, and Saloon.

 Interior -

Fore cabin – double berth with chain locker and general stowage under, hanging locker and lockers.

Main Saloon – settee berths port and starboard, stowage under and outboard, with table on compression post.

Galley – gel coat bench tops, SS twin bowl sink, mixer tap from pressure hot and cold water system, urethane foam insulated eutectic fridge, gimballed two-burner gas stove with griller and oven.

Navigation Area – lift top chart table with stowage under.

Head – toilet, hand basin, mirror and stowage, separate shower.

Aft cabin – island double berth with stowage under, seats port and starboard, hanging locker and lockers.

Electrics -

12-volt house system with 2 batteries (of approximately 90 amp hours ea), supplied by standard alternator, switch panel, circuit breakers and wiring to cabin lights, navigation and mast lights, compass light, and autopilot.

Spare circuits for radios and instruments.

Engine starting system with separate battery.

Equipment -

SS water tanks, 2 x 150 litre under main saloon settees.

SS diesel tank, 200 litres.

Muir electric anchor winch with 45lb plough anchor, 60 meters of 6mm chain.

U-tech top opening refrigeration, with 12volt Danfoss compressor.

Opening ports in galley, navigation area and aft cabin.

Pressure hot and cold water to galley, hand basin and shower with sump pump.

Holding tank.

Gas bottle locker with 9kg gas bottle.

Compass, fenders and mooring lines.

General Standard Finishes -

Bulkheads – Rock Maple ply with solid trim.

Solid teak and rock maple (6mm) on ply cabin sole to main saloon, fore cabin and aft cabin.

Deck head headliner – GRP mouldings to cabin sides, removable overhead panels in main saloon and aft cabin.

Timber battening to exposed hull sides above bunks.

Bunk Cushions – 100mm foam mattresses with soft fabric covers.

Extra instrumentation, equipment and radios to owner’s requirements at cost.

Antifouling, launching, and delivery by arrangement.

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