YANTRA is a Sweden 45 that has it all. Ideally suited for family or short-handed performance cruising with easy to manage mainsail, self-tacking headsail, all lines led to the cockpit, electric winches and a bow thruster.
Her interior boasts 3 sleeping cabins for 8 people, a spacious saloon and galley and electric heads.
YANTRA also has a full Garmin electronics package (new in 2017) for extended cruising. She is lightly used with low engine hours.
This is the second owner for YANTRA. The first owner sailed her in Italy from 2008 to about 2011. She was then placed indoors where she stayed for the next 5 years. The present owner purchased YANTRA in Italy in 2016. He delivered her to the US in 2017 when a full electronics refit was completed.
YANTRA has been sailed in the summers in New England and laid up each winter, out of the water, and covered. YANTRA has never raced, never been south and never chartered. Her maintenance schedule has always been kept to.
The present owner does not have the time to sail her anymore and cannot justify keeping her. Hence, she is available for the next fortunate owner.
White gel coat, fiberglass hull with end grain balsa core
Single blue waterline hull stripe and sheer stripe
Retractable bow sprit for asymmetric spinnakers
Solid fiberglass hull on centerline at the turn of the bilge to the keel and in way of the mast step
Longitudinal and transverse “top hat” type stringers for extra hull rigidity
Bulkheads are fiberglass bonded to the hull and deck
Fin keel with “L” bulb
Upper and lower rudder bearings
Reverse transom with fold down steps and swim platform
Fiberglass deck with end grain balsa core
Plywood core in high stress areas
Glued, not screwed, teak overlay
Stainless steel stem head fitting with double anchor roller
Toe rail is bolted through the hull to deck join and using a polyester filler
Aluminum steering pedestal with elk hide covered stainless-steel wheel
3 x cup holders on wheel pedestal
Stainless-steel bow rail with teak seat
Lewmar windlass with chain gypsy
Remote control for windlass in anchor locker
1 x 19 double stainless-steel lifelines
Self-tacking jib with Harken track
Stainless-steel handrails on coachroof
All running rigging led aft to the cockpit
Main sheet traveler forward of the dodger
Life raft in a cradle forward of the dodger
Genoa tracks, each with a double sheet block
Ability to have a line control for the genoa cars
Lifeline gates port and starboard
Stainless steel stern rail
Gate in stern rail
Max power bow thruster control at helm
Engine controls to starboard of wheel
Holmatro manual hydraulic panel to port of wheel
Two pair of mooring cleats aft
One pair of mooring cleats midship
One pair of mooring cleats at the bow.
Gang of 6 line stoppers to port and to starboard
Wichard D hooks in cockpit for harness attachment
Fold down transom with steps to a swim platform
Large cockpit locker aft to port and starboard
Propane locker under helm seat
All winches are by Andersen.
1 x pair #52 ST, 2 speed for check stay and mainsheet
1 x pair #46ST, 2 speed electric for jib sheets
1 x pair #46 ST, 2 speed for utility
Sleeps 8 in 3 separate sleeping cabins plus 1 more in the main saloon for a total of 9. Varnished, satin finish, mahogany veneers over marine ply. Teak and light wood cabin sole. Vinyl overhead panels with mahogany strips.
Raritan electric head port side. Locker is above and outboard. Mirrors on each locker door. Stainless-steel sink starboard side with hot and cold pressure water. Lockers above with mirrors on the doors. Stall shower forward. Teak grating on the floor in the head and the shower.
Double pullman bunk to port with single bunk above. Single bunk to starboard with air-craft lockers above. Lockers under the starboard bunk. Single drawer and a locker under the port double bunk.
Forward to starboard is a double seat with large locker and shelving outboard. Immediately aft of the double seat is the forward-facing chart table with a set of drawers forward. The chart table has a lifting lid with chart storage under. The breaker panel is outboard, and the navigation instruments are forward. Under the helm seat is the battery selector switches. Also under the helm seat is the 120 V breaker panel. On the port side is a U-shaped dinette with a shelf in the table pedestal base. There is also a director’s chair inboard. Outboard are shelves and lockers forward and aft.
Located on the starboard side immediately aft of the navigation station. There is a double stainless-steel sink inboard with hot and cold pressure water. There are foot pumps for sea water and freshwater. Outboard of the sinks is a top loading 24volt Isotherm fridge. Outboard of the fridge is an additional sideloading fridge. Aft of the fridges is the stove. Three burner SMEV propane stove with oven. Above the stove is a storage locker. Aft and outboard is a locker with an LG microwave. Under the countertop are drawers. The countertops are white Corian. There is a large locker under the sinks.
Opposite the galley on the port side is the guest head. Separating the dinette from the guest head is a locker protruding into the walkway. The head has a Raritan electric toilet with a flip down lid made of Corian. Outboard are lockers with mirrors on each door. The countertops are Corian. There is a sink with hot and cold pressure water and telephone type shower. There is a mirror against the bulkhead forward.
Aft of the guest head is the aft port cabin with two single bunks joined aft and open forward. There’s a single seat forward. There is a hang locker outboard to forward and aircraft lockers above the bunk. Inboard is access to the engine space. Opposite the port guest cabin is the starboard guest cabin which is a mirror image. Access to the engine may be gained on the starboard side. Main access to the engine is under the companionway steps.
Volvo Penta D275C
1295 hours on main engine as of July 2022
66 gallon diesel tank
114 gallons fresh water in 2 tanks
Dorade vent for forward locker
Dorade vent over master cabin
Mushroom bent over forward head
2 dorade vents forward of the dodger
5 opening deck hatches
4 opening ports in deck coming
2 opening ports in cockpit foot well
Whale manual bilge pump to port of wheel
Hot and cold water shower and a helm seat
Holding tank for head
Diesel forced air heating
12volt DC system via a converter from 24volt
24volt DC system
220volt shore power AC system
60amp, 12volt alternator
95amp, 24volt alternator
Charging house batteries via shore power and a battery charger
House batteries (2020)
Plastimo pedestal compass
Garmin auto pilot at helm (2017)
Garmin GPS map plotter at helm (2017)
Garmin GPS map 7612 at nav station (2017)
GHS 10 VHF Garmin (2017)
Fusion MS-AV750 stereo with Bluetooth
2 x Garmin multifunction displays over companion way (2017)
Silver anodized aluminum Selden mast
Track for spinnaker pole
Stainless-steel wire standing rigging
Silver anodized aluminum Selden boom
Hydraulic backstay and boom vang functions
Steps on mast to allow easy access to the head of the mainsail.
Stack pack style mainsail cover with lazy jacks
Double reef lines
Single line reefing system
Furlex 300S Roller furling
Radar scanner on mast
Radar reflector on mast
Downlights on mast
Two flag pennants
Stack Pack type mainsail with lazy jacks
Roller furling self-tacking jib (2020)
Yamaha 2.5 hp outboard on stone rail bracket
Stainless-steel Danforth anchor
Cockpit Fusion speakers
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.
Newport, Rhode Island, United States