Davidson 59 - After Shock - $195,000

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Davidson 59 - After Shock - $195,000

'After Shock' is a Davidson 59 now exclusively for sale with YOTI Sydney.
 
Designed by Laurie Davidson and built in in Australia by Mark Richards in 1998, After Shock is a powerful and exciting racer / day sailor.

Along with her sistership - Another Duchess, they were regular combatants on Pittwater and at Hamilton Island.
 
After Shock runs a swept back 4 spreader carbon rig with carbon boom and stainless steel rod rigging. Her sails include a carbon main, J2 and J4 headsails by Evolution and A1, A2 and A3 asymmetrical spinnakers by Norths and Evolution.

She is fitted with B&G Hydra 2000 instruments with B&G 20/20 Jumbos on the mast.
 
Contact Ian for further details or to arrange inspection on Sydney Harbour.

Designer : Laurie Davidson
Builder : Mark Richards
Hull Type : Monohull
Length (feet) : 59 feet
Engine Room : Engine under companionway.
Number of Batteries : 4 x Lifeline 6 Volt service batteries, 1 x engine battery.
Number of Fuel Tanks : 1x Stainless Steel
Accomodation Notes : Race Layout.
Number of Toilets : 1 x Electric.
Number of Sinks : Stainless Steel single basin. Pressurised water.
Entertainment and Appliances Notes : Fusion Entertainment system.
Bilge Pump : Electric and manual.
Deck Gear : 2 x Lewmar ST 64 (Back Stays), 1 x Lewmar 66 - Main Trim, 2 x Lewmar ST 44 (Electric), 2 x ST 77 - Primary (Electric), 9 x jammers - Various. Various fenders, ropes and equipment as inspected.
Mast/Rigging : 4 x Spreader swept back rig. Carbon mast & boom. Stainless Steel Rod Rigging.
Sail Inventory : Doyle Main (Ex Living Doll - Re-cut by Hood Sails). Evolution J2, Evolution J4. A1, A2 (Evolution), A3.
Electrics : Interior lighting. Nav lights.
Electronics Navigation : B&G Hydra 2000 Sounder/Log & Wind. 4 x B&G 20/20 Jumbos.
Safety Gear : To CAT 7.
Covers : Boom cover.
Radio : Icom VHF.
Vessel Name : After Shock

Engine 1

Engine Make : Volvo D2-40
Engine Hours : 159
Horse Power : 39
Fuel Type : Diesel
Steering : Twin Wheel Steering