Perry for Sale

Privilege 482 Catamaran for sale

$290,000 US

We are currently in West Palm Beach, Florida where Perry will be available for viewing (approximately June 20 through June 26, subject to change).
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Travel the world and cruise in safety and comfort. This blue water designed, 5-cabin Privilege 482 catamaran is known for strength, stability, and sailing performance, not to mention its luxurious interior. We have lived aboard for the past 10 years--nearly exclusively at anchor--and have continuously updated and improved her (almost every system and piece of equipment is new since 2012, with major 'refits' performed 2013 and 2020). She has everything you need to start your next adventure immediately. This is not a project boat and you can step aboard and push off to wherever you want. Some of the highlights include a custom hard top, solar, water maker, diesel genset, dive compressor, new dinghy and outboard, new sails, and new rigging. 

In addition to all the information provided below, feel free to look through our blog at http://svperry.com. We've been quite open about all the good and bad that comes with cruising and boat ownership.

Perry in Fakarava (French Polynesia)

What we like most about this boat

Perry is a rock-solid, well-built boat that we have trusted completely to keep our family safe. Privileges were semi-custom and are renowned for their robustness of build. Compare the size and quality of the rigging, boom, mast and interior woodwork used on Perry to a typical production boat and you'll see why they inspire confidence. We have crossed 3 of the world's 4 oceans and the peace of mind we gained from being in such a strong boat is priceless.

The decks are high enough that she is a dry boat even in large seas. She's fast and stable in trade wind conditions. In lighter winds (less than 8 knots) she's not breaking any speed records (she's built with too much fiberglass and resin for that), but the spinnakers keep her at a good pace. Every cruising boat is a compromise and this one provides a good balance of safety, comfort, and speed. Perry sails surprisingly well upwind for a catamaran (a function of her deeper, 1.5 m keels).

The spaciousness has been perfect for our liveaboard family over the last decade. Each of our two children has the privacy of their own cabin. There is an extra cabin for guests and another that we use for storage. There is plenty of table and floor space for entertaining, school, playing, and exercise (it makes a difference on passages and days when you're stuck on the boat).

There is tons of storage on this boat (including under all the settees of the main saloon). More importantly for a catamaran, the weight of extra gear and other heavy items does not slow down this boat as much as it would many lighter catamarans.

We love the huge kitchen. It makes all the difference and the boat feels like home, rather than 'camping' and making due in a cramped space.  Having entertained and lived aboard for many years, we definitely appreciate our galley 'down'. The mess of cooking is contained out of sight and the galley isn't taking up valuable saloon space. We also appreciate the extra room and counter space that our galley offers. We have made some great meals on board and there has been room to teach our kids to cook as well.

Full Specifications

Builder

Privilege/ Jeantot Marine

Designer

Guy Ribadeau Dumas

Year

1992

Registration/Documentation

Documented United States Coast Guard Vessel

Hull Material /Construction

Vacuum bagged Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic (GRP) with foam core, solid glass along lower portion of hull

Length (LOA)

48' 2"

Length (LWL)

46' 7"

Beam

26' 5"

Draft

5'

Displacement

24 NT, 27 GT

Air draft

73'

Propulsion

Twin Kubota 2006 V2203 inboard engines

2 x 40 HP at 2,800 rpm

Hours: Approximately 2000

Fuel type

Diesel

Fuel capacity

~250 gallons.  2 x 75 (aft), 2 x 50  (fore)

Water capacity

220 gallons (2 x 110)

DC Power

12 volt

AC Power (System rating)

Shore power:50 amp 120/230 volt

Genset: 5 kw, 230v


Perry featured on the cover of Ocean Navigator

Accommodations and layout:


Sleeps up to 10 comfortably. There are 5 separate cabins, four with an en suite. Forward cabins have separate shower stalls. The center nacelle also contains a cabin with a queen sized bed, although this was typically used by the "crew" and is not a full height cabin. Cabins equipped with fans.

Bathrooms all have electric flush heads, plumbed for a choice of fresh or salt water (starboard rear head remains a manual toilet as a backup in case of electrical issues).

Central saloon is large and open with 2 tables that can seat 10 (more if folding chairs are used). One table has built in storage, the other has a slide out bar. A wall-mounted monitor makes watching shows and movies easy.

The starboard side of the salon has a dedicated navigation station with a large desk (storage underneath) and adjustable chair.

The cockpit is similarly large with 2 tables and even more seating options. Custom enclosures keep the rain out and can provide additional shade at anchor.

The galley features loads of counter space and a proper 'house' sized deep double sink with Kohler faucet (new 2013). There is a large, built-in front-opening refrigerator (reinsulated 2013) cooled by an Isotherm evaporator plate unit (air and water cooled; compressor new 2013, keel cooler and condenser new 2020). A  separate, large top-opening freezer (reinsulated 2013) is cooled by an Isotherm Magnum with eutectic holding plate (new 2013). The freezer is a water cooled unit plumbed into the port water tank for efficiency and to prevent the marine growth issues found when using raw water.

Cooking is easy on a Force 10 4-burner gas stove with oven and broiler (new 2013). Big enough to roast a small turkey! LPG is supplied from the outside, vented propane locker. A galley mounted solenoid and gas detection unit allow for remote turning on/off of the LPG (new 2020). 

Engine room access is from the outside in the cockpit. This keeps the noise and smells associated with the engines separate and out of the living space.

Hull and topsides                               

The cockpit is fully covered with a custom hardtop that is vastly larger than the canvas dodger that originally came with the boat. It is fiberglass supported by sturdy aluminum supports with new stainless steel handrails installed in 2012. The hardtop holds the solar panels and allows easy access when stowing the main sail.

Heavy-duty stainless steel dinghy davits support a 3.4 meter RIB and 15 hp outboard while at sea, high enough to be clear of the waves. The 4:1 pulley system allows the RIB to be stowed quickly.

Wide side decks with multiple handhold options allow for safe movement around the boat while at sea.

All hatches were replaced with Lewmar low-profile hatches (new 2012).

LED spreader mounted deck lights (white/red, new 2013) are both super bright and dimmable and make nighttime deck work safer. 

Blue LED cockpit & transom courtesy lights (new 2015)

The topsides outer hulls are Awlgrip (2020/22). Coppercoat bottom paint applied in 2020 (7 coats, sprayed) over West systems 422 barrier coat. All the below-water through hulls and sea cocks were replaced in 2016 with new Tru-design composite, non-corrosive fittings, including the optional high-strength collar.

Both rudders rebuilt with new solid 40 mm 318 stainless steel rudder stock in 2020. Rudders are filled with a lightweight, solid epoxy filler to prevent water intrusion. 

Docking: 10 Fenders and dock lines (new 2022)

Sails and Rigging


New standing rigging 2020

ProFurl roller furler (new lower drum and bearings, 2017).

Mainsail - New 2016 (UK Sailmakers) Full roach, fully battened main sail with 3 reef points. Dacron cross-cut construction.

Doyle Stackpack- Restitched as new, 2022

100% Jib - New 2021 (Zoom Sails) .

100% Jib- New 2012 (Second Wind Sails).  Has one repaired area.

Asymmetrical Spinnaker - New 2013 (Quantum Sails) with ATN Sock

Symmetrical Spinnaker- with ATN Sock.

Staysail - Hank-on Dacron staysail. Deploys from babystay. Like new condition.

Forespar adjustable aluminum whisker/spinnaker pole

Winches:

2X Lewmar 58 2-speed manual (Primary for headsail)

5X Lewmar 48ST 2-speed manual (2 in cockpit for mainsail and traveler, 3 at the mast for main, reefing, and headsail)

1X Lewmar 40ST 2-speed manual (Furling line)

Propulsion

Twin Kubota (marinized by Phasor/Beta Marine) 2006 V2203 Inboards 2 X 40 HP at 2,800 RPM. Cruising speed of 5 knots under one engine at 2,000 rpm or 6 knots under two engines at 2000 rpm. Top speed of 8.7 knots WOT.

The main deck has hatches for engine room access. No need to tear apart your boat to access the engines. 

Both engines are equipped with dual Racor filter systems and push-button electric fuel pumps for easy bleeding. 2x AlgaeX fuel conditioners (some say they work, some say its snake oil. We've never had the diesel bug, though.)

Shaft drive with fixed, 3-bladed props. Volvo Penta dripless shaft seals. New ZF Hurth transmission installed in 2013 on starboard engine. (There is also an in-the-box additional, new, spare transmission on board).

7 x Diesel Jerry cans (170 liters total capacity), because all the good places don't have fuel docks!

Ground tackle

Primary anchor: Mantus 105 lb galvanized steel anchor (new 2013, Re-galvanized in 2019) with 100 meters of 3/8" G43 HT Maggi chain (new in 2017 and re-galvanized in 2022). Kong anchor swivel. Very reliable anchoring system that allows us to sleep well at anchor.

Secondary anchor: 66 pound galvanized steel genuine Bruce anchor with approximately 150' stainless 3/8" chain and 200' nylon rode. 

Stern anchor: 15 lb Danforth type with 15' chain and 150' rode.

Lofrans Project x3 Windlass (1500W 12V) (New 2018). Vertical with capstan. Remote switch at helm.

Bridle: Adjustable length, 1" nylon 3-strand shackled to a Mantus chain hook.

Electrical Systems:

Solar panels:

4 X 215 watt Kyocera panels. 

Outback MPPT controller with Mate display at navigation station. 

In full sun, it has an output of 50 to 60 amps on average. Total daily solar production is typically ~300 Ah, which is enough to completely recharge the batteries and cover all electrical needs.

Generator:

Northern Lights M643 5 KWh diesel generator (rebuilt 2012, ~1600 hours) resides in the starboard engine room with control panel at the navigation station. Provides 230 VAC power.

Alternators:

Starboard engine: Balmar High output 100 amp, MC-614 external regulator (both new 2017).

Port engine: 60 amp internally regulated alternator (new 2020). 

Batteries:

House Battery Bank: 8 x 135 Ah Hoppeke AGM batteries (1080 Amp hour total, new 2016). Batteries are monitored via Xantrex LinkLite battery monitor mounted at nav station (new 2013).

Start Batteries: 2 x Light truck start batteries (~800 CCA, new 2018, 2022). Start batteries are isolated from the main bank via 2x Blue Sea ACR units. Combiner switch allow start batteries to be combined with house bank if start battery were to fail.

Battery Chargers:

2x Sterling Pro Charge Ultra, 60 amps each for a total charging capability of 120 Amps (new 2020). 

Inverter:

Xantrex Freedom 2000 (2000 watts), pure sine wave (new 2012), remote on/off switch located at nav station.

AC Power:

The boat is wired for both 230/40 and 120 volt 60 Hz AC power. 230 VAC is supplied by shore power or the generator.  120 VAC outlets are supplied from the 2000-watt Xantrex pure Sine Wave inverter.

230 VAC panel/ breaker box rewired and new in 2013. 

Heavy duty 50amp shore power cable. Lighter duty 20 amp cable. Multiple adaptors/plugs for different countries.

Blue Sea systems AC voltmeter, AC ammeter, and polarity light at nav station.

DC Power:

All circuits individually fused/ switched through the main panel. Battery wiring new 2014. Updated house wiring. All light fixtures converted to LED (including the anchor and navigation lights). LED strip lighting added to cockpit and galley. 12V fans in all cabins.

Blue Sea systems DC voltmeter, DC ammeter

Electronics, Navigation and Communications

At the Navigation Station:

  • Raymarine E125 Chartplotter (new 2013), includes complete set of Navionics Gold cards which provides charts for the entire world.
  • Raymarine HD Color Radar (new 2014).
  • Vespermarine Watchmate AIS with transponder, dedicated display, and Anchor Watch feature (new 2021). Networked into the chartplotters. Dedicated masthead antenna.
  • ICom M323G VHF radio (new 2018). Dedicated masthead antenna.

At the helm:

  • Raymarine e7 Chartplotter- fully networked and slaved to e126 unit at nav station. (new 2018)
  • Raymarine P70s Autopilot Head (new 2020)
  • Raymarine i70s multi-display (new 2020)
  • Raymarine ST7002 Autopilot Head
  • Danforth Binnacle Compass w/light

Autopilots:

  • Primary: Raymarine SPX-30 Corepack, Type II Linear Drive, (new 2013). This unit is fully networked via SeaTalkng to the chartplotters and can follow routes and goto waypoints entered on the chartplotter. 
  • Secondary: Raymarine Type 300 controller, Type II Linear Drive. This is a completely independent system. The secondary autopilot is not networked to the chartplotters, but is controllable via the ST7002 head.

Other:

  • Depth transducer
  • Airmar Speed Log and Temperature transducer (new 2012)
  • Raymarine Long Arm Wind transducer (new 2018)
  • Raymarine iTC5 transducer converter (new 2013)
  • Two Standard Horizon HX280S handheld radios, waterproof.

Water and Plumbing

There are four heads. The two forward heads have separate shower stalls. The aft heads have pull out faucets if a shower is desired. Each head drains to a shower pan with a manually activated pump out. There is also a separate shower room in the starboard hull, but this has been re-purposed into a wet/scuba locker. The exterior port transom of the boat features a handheld shower.

There are three Jabsco Quiet Flush household electric macerating toilets (new in 2013) and one Jabsco hand-pump toilet. All heads can be supplied by either sea water or fresh water with 2-way valve selectors.

A 25-gallon holding tank was installed in 2013 and is connected to the port forward toilet via a selection valve (tank/overboard). Holding tank can be emptied either via deck fitting or by gravity draining of tank to submerged through hull.

Hot water is created by either running the port engine or a 230 VAC heating element. A 20 gallon IsoTherm hot water tank stores hot water. Note: Electrical heating element is currently burned out, but a spare is aboard if you wish to restore this functionality.

The fresh water system is supplied by a Jabsco Paramax 4 pump (4.3 GPM, new 2018) and is pre-filtered before distribution to the faucets. A spare house water pump is onboard.

All water and diesel tanks have senders that connect to a navigation station mounted Tank Level Indicator (new 2014) so you immediately know the amount of fuel and water in each tank.

Watermaker: CruiseRO 35 GPH watermaker (new 2012). System runs off the 230VAC supplied by the generator. Typically produces above the 35 GPH rating (40-50 GPH). 2 new membranes are also aboard and in sealed packaging.

Jugs: 4 x 20 liter water jugs contain emergency water and can be used if you really want to lug water.

Safety equipment

  • ACR EPIRB mounted in cockpit
  • Handheld fire extinguishers (8)
  • Fireboy engine room fire suppression system in both engine compartments. Remotely hand activated or auto activated by high temps.
  • 20 foot diameter parachute sea anchor and 100 meters of rode.
  • Zodiac 8-person offshore life raft
  • MOM (Man Overboard Module) mounted to stern lifelines 
  • 2x Throwable Life Rings
  • Life Sling
  • Shut-off solenoid in LPG gas locker and remote panel in galley
  • Inflatable Life jackets
  • Flare kit + Storage Container for out of date flares
  • Household Alert® Security System (cockpit motion detection with lights and alarm), motion activated transom lights, motion-activated cockpit light.
  • Bilge Pumps:
  • 6x 2000 GPH Rule Automatic Bilge pumps (3 per hull)
  • 4x Plastimo manual bilge pumps
  • Edson mobile Emergency Hand Operated Bilge Pump 30 GPM #117AL, mounted on board with 32" handle
  • 2000 GPH roving Bilge pump with 30 foot wire/ alligator clips and 30 foot discharge hose.

Dinghy: 

  • Highfield (3.4m) Hypalon RIB Model CL340HYP with aluminum double-floor (new 2018). 
  • Custom chaps by Cholamark Boat Co.
  • Beachmaster retractable dinghy wheels.
  • 15hp Yamaha Enduro 2-stroke outboard (new 2020) with Doel-fin hydrofoils.
  • Anchor with chain and 100 foot rode, locking cable, reserve gas tank.

Other:

Bauer Jr. II SCUBA Compressor (new 2013), 230V with extra long filling whip. Four SCUBA tanks with mounting racks.

"Hookah" type air hose and regulator. 60 feet of air hose that connects directly to an on-board scuba tank makes cleaning the hull easy and quick.

UPDATED 6/26: 2x 12,000 BTU air-conditioning units. Each hull has an A/C unit with vents for both cabins and the salon. (Previously had reported only one AC unit. Port unit had apparently tripped a protection switch when it was run without the pump being primed. Unit has been reset and tested).

Fusion stereo and amplifier, with interior and exterior speakers. Stereo has a radio or can accept auxiliary input. 

Magma Grill and custom side table. Grill is plumbed into the boat's main LPG supply.

Heavy Duty Fishing reel mounted at rear stantion, multiple yo-yo reels, leaders, lures, gaffs and everything else needed to catch fish underway.

DC powered Acer 24" LCD monitor mounted on a swivel arm--just plug into your laptop to watch your favorite streaming, DVD, or video file.

Rain water collection system.

Stand up paddle board and two paddles.

Many spares and tools (full list available). Highlights include: Transmission, starter motor, alternator, spare e7 chart plotter, water maker membranes, house water pump, engine raw water pump, engine exhaust elbow, morse engine control cables, full set of gaskets, multiple water pumps, Raymarine wind instrument, Windex, boxes of rigging gear, sail repair gear, refrigeration spares including a new evaporation plate, spare lines/ halyards, blocks, wire and electrical supplies, plumbing fittings, hoses, valves, boxes of stainless bolts and screws. We have always bought two of anything that failed--one to replace the failed unit and one to have as a spare. The boat is a floating chandlery!

Oh, the places you'll go...

An earlier shot of Perry from the top of the mast.


The tables flip down, leaving room for yoga or Twister.






All the settees and tables have storage underneath, including a slide-out bar.




Nacelle/crew cabin (center).


There are several cabinets and a head whose toilet has been removed and replaced with a tool chest like this (not included in the sale). Existing plumbing could be used for a washing machine.

Fridge on the left as you come down the stairs, freezer in counter on right


Fridge on the left.



Force 10 stove

Custom-built cabinet with four pull-out shelves.


Port fore cabin




Port fore cabin head with separate shower.



Port aft cabin


Manual handle for automated engine compartment fire suppression systems (handles in port and starboard aft cabins).

Port aft head


Starboard hallway facing forward cabin. Tons of storage, including a shower stall with room and plumbing for installation of a washing machine, if desired.

Starboard fore cabin


Starboard fore head with separate shower (same configuration as port side)


Starboard aft cabin (mirror image of port aft cabin)


 
Starboard aft head

This is the only head with a manual pump toilet.

The Coppercoat that was sprayed on in 2020 has now turned green, as expected.








The bronze props, bronze strut, and stainless steel shaft were painted with Pettit Barnacle Barrier Paint in May 2022.


Bauer Jr. dive compressor


Port engine

3 of the house batteries in the engine compartment. All are easily accessible without disassembling the cockpit, berths, or anything else.

Sterling battery chargers provide redundancy

Water maker control panel

Propane locker in cockpit currently has one 20-lb tank and two 10-lb tanks. For us that's about 12 to 22 weeks of gas, depending on how much cooking we do.

Northern Lights generator. Start and shut-off controls and hours counter in main saloon, at the navigation station.


 
Click on the photo below to see a recent brief video of Perry underway:
 




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5 comments:

  1. Terrific tour, nice photos πŸ™πŸΎπŸ™πŸ™πŸΏ

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  2. Beautiful boat!

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  3. Awesome photos! It's hard to believe ten years have passed. Best decision you could have ever made for the boys.

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