About this Yacht
50 ft 0 in
Engine / Fuel Type:
Moon & Stars
Designer: Christophe Barreau
Hull Shape: Catamaran
LOA: 50 ft 0 in
Beam: 25 ft 4 in
LWL: 45 ft 4 in
Minimum Draft: 2 ft 7 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 7 in
Displacement: 22074 lbs
Dry Weight: 22074 lbs
Total Power: 100 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo
Engine Model: MD22L
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 50 HP
Engine Brand: Volvo
Engine Model: MD22L
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 50 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: Fiberglass (186 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: Stainless steel (212 Gallons)
Number of double berths: 3
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2
The premium interior design and finish details are what really set the Catana 472 Caligo apart from the Catana 471. From the cockpit, one enters the accommodation through a sliding glass door. Two easy steps from the cockpit, aft of the Catana 472 engraved stainless-steel threshold, is a teak grating covering a rain catch trough. In nice weather, the sliding door and adjacent 4’ wide, 3’ tall sliding window can be open to connect the salon seamlessly with the cockpit. This opening is trimmed with a 5” wide, varnished teak board. The visibility, light, and elegance of this upper living area is immediately apparent.
An abundance of elegant yet functional curved doors, seats, cabinets, and shelves display a high level of craftmanship and skill found on only the highest quality cruising yachts. Indeed, all materials are premium grade. Metal hardware is brushed chrome finish. Cabinet latches are pop-out-push button and positive. Overhead spot lights are LED and wall switched. LED reading lights are thoughtfully located. Furniture is gloss-varnished American Cherry. Soles are a durable, synthetic teak with black accent stripes. Large overhead panels are wrapped in beige ultraseude. Countertops are black Corian with red, white, and blue specs. Upholstery is rich yellow high-quality leather. Large hulls side ports are fitted with roller blinds and insect screens.
Moon and Stars is an “owner’s version” layout. The upper accommodation level has a galley to port, a large dinette to starboard, and a navigation station aft to port. Headroom measures 6’-5” and tapers to 6’ 2” at the galley sink, and 5’ 10” all the way forward by the stove. The entire starboard hull is set aside for the owners with stateroom aft, bathroom forward and a separate head compartment in the middle. The port hull has two staterooms, one forward and one aft. A head compartment is in the middle.
The navigation station is immediately to starboard of the sliding door. A leather seat cushion sits atop storage bin. The chart table is angled slightly and has a small pull out nav tool drawer. Navigation and communications electronics are set at eye level in a wrap-around console. An AC/DC switch panel is above the navigation console on the aft bulkhead. An open storage bin is below the chart table; an ideal location for “quick grab” items. A reading light, 12V outlet, and 220V outlet are fitted.
The large dinette is on a 7” high platform to maximize exterior views. A “cropped-oval” varnished cherry table measures 57” long by 41” wide and is mounted on dual Besenzoni anodized aluminum, adjustable height pedestals. Hinged leaves on each side fold down for cocktail and up for dining. A large chart drawer is located beneath the dinette platform. A double bench seat aft of the table has a double door bottle locker and top loading bin storage beneath the leather cushion. An entertainment console is outboard/forward of the dinette. Additional storage is below the forward/starboard seats. Four dimmable overhead spot lights and an LED ribbon strip light behind the seat cushion (programmable with multiple colors, intensity, and alternating colors) control nighttime ambiance. Two Caframo fans are mounted on the forward bulkhead.
Convincing friends to assist with meal preparation or clean-up will be easy with the true “up galley.” With good views, large counters, ample cabinets and drawers, the chef will stay connected with guests seated in the cockpit or dinette. Aft, below the sliding window, is a Corian counter atop a built in trash bin (top or side loading) and a cabinet with shelves. Further to port is a front-loading freezer and four drawers. A curved-top dish cabinet and microwave cabinet sit atop the counter. Forward of the port hull companionway the galley continues with a sink, stove/oven, and refrigerator. A folding Corian stove cover hinges up as a backsplash when cooking. A pot/pan storage cabinet is below the oven. Curved-top cabinets are outboard of the stove and forward of the top-loading refrigerator. Four additional drawers are beneath the dinette.
To starboard, four steps lead to owner’s hull. A passageway connects the owner’s stateroom to the head. Storage lockers inboard and outboard in this passageway offer an array of open shelves, and cabinet space. Outboard and forward is a head compartment, separate from the bath compartment further forward. This space is white laminate with wood trim and “Moon and Star” thematic mid-level stripe. A very civilized Vavuflush head, Hela turbo fan, hull side opening port and curved, locking privacy door complete this space.
The bright and commodious owner’s bath would make most cruisers or city condo dwellers envious. Entered through a locking privacy door at the forward end of the starboard hull passageway this space is bright, white, and clean. Starting inboard and aft is a washing machine at waist height and storage locker cabinet above. Another waist high storage cabinet sits below a Corian shelf and upper shelf. A Moonlight 14” x 19” escape hatch is placed high enough above the waterline to leave open at anchor for ventilation. A large shower stall is all the way forward and enclosed with an opaque acrylic enclosure with bifold glass door. The showers is fitted with a removable teak grate, height adjusting srayhead bar with hose, single lever mixer, and hanging bar. A large, oval opening port is up high on the outboard hull side and bisects the shower and bath spaces. A vanity with Corian counter, Corian sink, open shelves, and mirrored medicine cabinet is aft and outboard. A single lever faucet, overhead spot lights, and soap dish complete this space.
The owner’s stateroom is aft in the starboard hull. Entrance is through a locking privacy door. Headroom is 6’ 2”. The king-sized bunk is all the way aft and measures 78” long by 77” wide. A divided 5” thick foam mattress sits atop spring boards. Beneath the bunk is a single large drawer, and huge open storage space access under the mattress. A large oval Moonlight opening port outboard of the bunk, a small opening hull side port forward, and a small opening port inboard (opens into the cockpit), provide natural light and ventilation. Inboard of the bunk is a stereo receiver set in between two cabinets with an open shelf above it. A flat screen TV in mounted up high, outboard and forward of the bunk. Forward and outboard is an upholstered bench seat with a 24” x 15” writing desk forward and 14” x 14 make up table aft. Three overhanging storage cabinets are up high below the deck edge. Inboard is a wardrobe locker with hanging space, drawers and cabinets. Two reading lights, overhead spot lights, red night lights, 12V and 220V outlets, and two cabin fans complete this cabin.
Guests and the noises they make at night are kept private all the way over in the port hull. A three-step companionway leads from the galley into the passageway connecting the two guest staterooms. The guest head is outboard in this passageway and entered through a curved sliding door. This head compartment has a molded white fiberglass lower half and white laminate upper half. Enough trim is varnished wood for tasteful decoration without being difficult to clean. The Vacuflush head is aft and outboard. A molded vanity and sink are forward and outboard. A pull-out sink sprayer nozzle, hose, holder, and teak grating with drain pump allow showering in this space. An oval mirror is on the forward bulkhead. Two hull side opening ports, two lights, storage below the sink, and a cup holder complete this efficient head compartment.
The forward guest stateroom has a locking privacy door, writing desk, twin-sized berth and lots of storage. The 78” long by 63” wide aft by 29” wide forward berth has divided 5” thick red mattresses on slat boards covering a large, open storage area. A large oval Moonlight, hull side opening port is outboard above the berth and an escape hatch is inboard. Aft, along the hull side is a writing desk with upholstered swing-out seat. A storage cabinet is up high, below the deck edge. And a storage locker with open shelf is further aft inside the cabin door. Inboard are two double door lockers; one with shelves and one hanging. Reading lights, overhead spot lights, power outlets, and shades complete this cabin.
Proceeding aft in the port hull passageway, a bank of open storage cubes is outboard and just forward of the guest head. Inboard is a large pantry locker with shelves. The aft guest cabin is entered through an angled door. This cabin can has a convertible berth which can be used at twins or filled in as a king-sized berth; a very flexible arrangement. The filled in berth measures 77” x 77”. When the infill is folded over the two single berths measure 28” wide. The 5” thick green mattresses sit on spring boards. A vented dryer is housed below the outboard bunk forward. A large open storage space is below the bunk aft. An open bookshelf is inboard of the bunks. A dressing seat and hanging locker are outboard and forward. Ventilation and light are provided by overhead spot lights, a large opening hull side port, and an opening port inboard into the cockpit.
- Candy Aquamatic 6T front loading washing machine located in owner’s bath
- Eudora Euro-3 front loading vented dryer located in aft port stateroom
- Force Ten four-burner propane stove and oven with broiler
- 100 liter front opening freezer with two wire basket drawers
- 200 liter top opening refrigerator; hold-open gas struts on lid
- Severin 220V microwave oven
- White Corian underhung dual basin sink measuring 13” x 16” x 8” deep and 13” x 6” x 6” deep
- Single lever galley sink faucet with pull out sprayer nozzle (new 2018)
- Filtered cold water faucet at galley sink
- Manual foot pump with dedicated spray nozzle faucet at galley sink
- New shower fixtures in master bath (2018)
DECK & HULL:
Moon and Stars has a white gel coat hulls with a tapered blue hull side stripes in line with the hull side opening ports. Thick blue over thin grey boot stripes run about three inches above the light blue bottom antifouling paint. Numerous hull side opening ports allow light are fitted outboard to the outboard hull sides. High quality, Danish-built Moonlight hatches and ports are used throughout. A three inch-wide shelf/step protects the opening ports from damage, adds to hull rigidity, and makes a nice step when boarding from a floating dock or tender. Escape hatches are fitted on the inboard hull sides in way of the port forward stateroom and starboard forward bath.
The Catana 472’s high freeboard and flared “Tulip” bows prevent bow submersion in extreme conditions and also keep the decks dry. It’s always easiest to board a catamaran from the scooped transom steps when possible. Four easy steps, stainless steel grab rails and a walk-troughs in the aft cockpit coaming make easy passage from the water, dock, or tender to the cockpit, deck or accommodation. A swim stainless steel swim ladder is housed in a waterline level cassette box in the ports stern. A hot/cold freshwater shower will greet swimmers on this side. An aluminum passarelle with rope handrail and removable stanchions can be deployed from either stern or bow.
One of the great features of the Catana 472 is the amount of deck space. Moving from cockpit to bows is easy with wide, uncluttered side decks. Centerboard lift, jib furling, and spinnaker tack lines are run through tubes below the deck. Centerboard trunks are well outboard. Hull ventilation and light are provided by the hull side opening ports eliminating deck hatches except for the bow lockers. Tall uncoated wire lifelines, railings, stanchions, and a teak toe rail will keep crew safely aboard. Low profile- diamond noon-skid has excellent traction, is comfortable under foot, and easy to clean. A white ribbon mesh high-density trampoline is tightly strung between bows and bridgedeck. This trampoline is remarkable easy to walk on and very comfortable for sitting or lounging vs. the thin net tramps on many catamarans.
The aerodynamic wedge-shaped raised cabintop is well-designed balancing windage, aesthetics, space, and ergonomics perfectly. The sloped forward side looks great yet still allows good forward visibility from the salon/galley, nav areas. Three molded-in steps on each side of the boom and non-skid top make accessing the boom, mainsail, and rigid bimini easy. Varnished teak handrails are fitted outboard on the sides. Smoked acrylic, scratch-resistant fixed ports are located fitted forward and on the sides. Three opening Moonlight ports forward let air flow through the salon in warm weather.
Bikes, fenders, snorkel gear, passarelle, lines and sheets, running and storm sails, inflatable SUP, dive gear, canvas, beach toys, inflatable kayaks, fender boards, crab trap, fishing gear, spare parts, cleaning gear, etc. Where to put all of this? Deck accessible storage is important on any long-distance cruising yacht. The Catana 472 has plenty. Lockers in each bow not only serve as collision bulkheads but also huge storage lockers. 24” x 24” Moonlight hatches access the bow lockers. The cockpit is raised twenty-two inches above the bridgedeck. A pair of 34” x 30” gasketed and guttered hatches in the sole provide wide openings into this huge storage area. Another big locker is located below the dinette’s forward settee. Part of this locker houses the propane bottle. Just forward of the mast are the “ground tackle” lockers with the anchor windlass and primary anchor rode to port. Extra anchors and rode are now in the starboard locker.
The Catana 472’s cockpit design is superb. Entertaining and living space dovetails well with sail handling systems. Protected behind the raised cabintop and a rigid bimini, there’s ample space for a large crowd. A clear vinyl “windshield” with zip open windows closes the opening between cabintop and bimini. The bimini is fitted with red and white lights, a handrail, and attachment for sun shades. SeaCork decking with black rubber seams covers the cockpit sole and helm area sole. This easy to maintain and comfortable deck treatment was installed in 2018, replacing the original teak decking. An “L” shaped dinette is to port and a straight seat to starboard. The teak grating cockpit table measures 41” x 41” and is mounted on an adjustable Besenzoni pedestal. The tabletop folds on the diagonal into cocktail mode revealing a holders for seven cups and one bottle. The dinette’s port side seatback folds over to expose a double chaise lounge. The 18” wide aft cockpit coaming is wide enough for sitting on and is fitted with line storage bins.
Catana catamarans are known for their outboard helm stations which provide exception sightlines when sailing or docking. The Catana 472 model has flip up helm chairs(more room for standing) and streamlined pedestals angled inboard from the deck edge with a functional and pleasing geometry. Sailing instruments and compasses are on each pedestal. The 36” diameter wheels are covered in leather. The starboard helm is fitted with engine control levers. The cruising boat reality is that the autopilot is driving most of the time; especially when it’s raining or cold. Good watch standing visibility is found in the sheltered cockpit, nav area or salon.
- (6) 13” x 5” Opening hull side Moonlight ports
- (4) 44” x 13” Opening hull side Moonlight ports
- (2) 24” x 24” Opening hull side Moonlight ports inboard and forward (also serving as escape hatches)
- (3) 18” x 13” Opening Moonlight ports in forward face of cabintop.
- (2) 8” Aluminum mooring cleats on transoms-inboard for tender
- (10) 17.5” Aluminum mooring cleats with stainless steel rub strips fitted: (4) transoms, (2) just forward of shrouds, (4) bows (inboard and outboard)
- Passarelle mounting/pivot sockets on each transom and each bow
- 25” High double uncoated wire lifelines surrounding deck
- Opening double lifelines with snap hooks at sterns, midships boarding gates, and across forward cross beam
- Stainless steel rails around helms, across aft cockpit coaming and at bows
- Varnished teak “dolphin watching” seats on each bow
- Stainless steel ladder with three teak treads fits into sockets on each side for side boarding
- Rocna Vulcan 33kg anchor stored on self-launching rollers in longeron below forward crossbeam
- Primary rode is 155’ of 3/8” high test chain and 315’ of ¾” nylon three-strand line; run aft to anchor windlass inside longeron
- 45' of 5/8" plaited line anchor bridle
- Lewmar Concept V3 vertical capstan anchor windlass in bridgedeck locker just forward of mast
- Anchor windlass line gypsy head protrudes above closed locker lid and can be used for many sailing/mooring needs
- Wireless remote control for anchor windlass
- Salt water wash down hose and outlet in chain locker for rinsing chain
- 25 kg Delta secondary anchor with chain and line rode stored in stb bridgedeck locker
- Second anchor roller on forward crossbeam
- FOBlight E20 lightweight aluminum anchor- with line and chain rode
- Aluminum forward cross beam painted white
- (2) 24” x 24” Moonlight opaque bow locker hatches fitted with Nico solar ventilators
- Aluminum folding passarelle with rope handrail in stanchions (stores in bow locker)
- Beach legs in each bow locker with 6:1 Harken lifting tackle and up/down locking pins
- Blue mesh sunshades for cockpit
- Blue and white stripe yacht acrylic cockpit cushions
- Stern rail-mounted Magma propane grill(new 2018) with fixed hose run to propane tank
- Dinghy davit on transom with lifting single part lift lines led to line stoppers and the mainsheet or electric winches
- AB10VS 10’ fiberglass-bottomed tender with canvas “chaps”
- Mercury 15hp four stroke outboard engine
- Horseshoe ring on starboard helm station rail
SAILS & RIGGING:
Propelling a tennis court-sized platform around the world in light and strong winds requires a powerful and manageable rig. Moon and Stars sports a carbon mast, carbon boom, carbon longeron, and aluminum forward crossbeam. The standing rigging was replaced in 2012. The large, full battened, performance mainsail hoists with a 2:1 halyard, Harken RCB luff system and electric winch. A lazy bag and boom gull wings contain the main when reefed or lowered. A self-tacking jib on Harken roller furler is tacked at the forward cross beam. A nylon gennaker is fitted to a fixed Harken furler on the bowsprit. A large cruising spinnaker can be tacked on the bow sprit end or bows depending on wind angle. Halyards, outhaul, reef lines, jib sheet, and topping lift are led aft from the mast, beneath the bridgedeck, to a bank of rope clutches and a very large Harken, two speed electric winch in the cockpit. Gennaker and spinnaker sheets are led to electric winches on either side of the cockpit. The double mainsheets run to two dedicated self-tailing winches on the aft cockpit coaming. Each line can be led to the big electric winch as well. All lines are color coded with coordinated reef clew and tack lines. All deck hardware is Harken with large diameter roller bearing Airblocks.
Single spreader carbon mast painted white
1x19 wire cap shrouds and rod rigging diagonals
- Carbon boom painted white with two sets of stainless steel gull wings to hold lazy bag open
- 2:1 Mainsail halyard with Harken 100 mm Air block
- (2) 2:1 Mainsheets with Harken 100 Air blocks
- (3) Mainsail reefs with color coordinated clew and tack lines all led aft to centerline electric winch
- (2) Harken 48ST winches on aft cockpit coaming for mainsheet and dinghy davits
- Boom topping lift led aft to Workhorse winch; doubles as a spare mainsail halyard
- Harken 53ST two speed electric winch on centerline of aft cockpit coaming – The Workhorse
- (2) Harken 53 ST two speed electric sheet winches inboard of helms
- (2) Harken 100 Air blocks for inboard sheeting of gennaker
- (4) Harken 100 blocks outboard/aft for spinnaker sheets and gennaker sheets
- Gennaker on Harken MkIII fixed furler; furling line to starboard bow and aft through tunnel in deck to a stopper and self-tailing winch inboard of starboard helm; Can be led to electric sheet winch.
- Self-tacking jib on Harken MKIII furler led to port bow and through tunnel to stopper and self-tailing winch inboard of port helm; Can be led to electric sheet winch. 2:1 jib sheet led aft under bridge deck to centerline electric winch. 12’ wide Harken 1.25” RCB curved jib traveller track.
- Harken 100 standup Air block on end of bowsprit and rope clutch mounted on forward crossbeam for taking spinnaker
- Harken flipflop block on each bow for spinnaker tack lines
- Jib halyard, gennaker halyard, spinnaker halyard led internally led to rope clutches on starboard side of mast
- Harken 44 ST halyard winch on mast and winch handle holder at base of mast
- (2) Harken 44 ST winches just inboard of helms for raising daggerboards, spinnaker guys, and jib and gennaker furling lines
- (2) Winch handle holders in cockpit
- New mainsail lazy bag by Ballard Sails (new 2019)
- Island Planet Full battened MXL carbon laminate mainsail (2011)
- Island Planet MXL carbon laminate self-taking jib with blue UV cover(2011)
- Island Planet 2.1oz nylon gennaker (2011-needs new UV cover)
- Assymetric spinnaker with control sock
- Symmetric spinnaker with control sock
- Blue canvas covers for winches, grill, steering wheels, pedestal tops, cockpit table, outboard engine, and dolphin watching seats
- Foredeck light, steaming light, tricolor light, and anchor light on mast
- (2) Masthead Windex wind direction indicators; visible from each helm
- Spinnaker halyard (Marlow D2 racing dyneema), spinnaker tackline (FSE Ocean 5000), and jib sheet (Marlow DoubleBraid) are new as of 2018
ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION:
- Mast-mounted Raymarine 4KW radar
- Raymarine E120W in cockpit to starboard of cabin door with swivel bracket
- Raymarine E120W at nav station
- B&G Hercules Pilot control on steering pedestals
- Plastimo Olympic 135 compass on steering pedestals
- (2) B&G analog wind angle displays on each side of cabin aft bulkhead; visible from helms
- (2) B&G 2020 displays on each side of cabin aft bulkhead; visible from helms with pushbutton remote controls at each helm
- B&G 2020 display on centerline, cabin aft bulkhead; visible from entire cockpit
- Bell, cock, and barometer of cabin aft bulkhead to starboard
- FLIR night vision camera mounted on mast at spreader level; controlled at nav station
- Icom IC-M412 VHF at nav station
- Masthead VHF antenna
- VHF antenna on dinghy davit
- Icom IC-M710RT SSB at nav station
- Pactor modem (not installed or tested)
- Icom RT-130 antenna tuner and quarter wavelength whip antenna on stern
- Furuno GP-31 GPS Navigator at nav station
- B&G Hercules 2000 at nav station
- B&G Hercules Pilot at nav station
- Lecomble & Schmidt hydraulic autopilot pump
- Furuno Fax-207 weather facsimile receiver/printer below chart table
- Brass clock and barometer at nav station
- Mobri radar reflector
- ACR Sat2 406 EPIRB (battery expired)
- Emerson DVD player
- Sharp LC-20VM2 flat screen TV on swivel mount on aft cabin bulkhead
- Sharp LC-150M2 flat screen TV in owner’s stateroom
- Sherwood RX403 AM/FM/receiver in owner’s stateroom
- (2) Sony stereo speakers in owner’s stateroom
MECHANICAL & PLUMBING SYSTEMS:
Engine spaces are in the stern of each hull are entered through 24” x 24” Moonlight deck hatches. A watertight bulkhead is forward of these engine rooms keeping engine noise, heat, and odors out of the living space. There’s ample space to service the main and auxiliary systems. LED strip lights on the overhead eliminate the need for flashlights. Systems are well-designed, installed and fully documented.
- Volvo MD22L 50 hp engine with SD120SE saildrive in port hull (2130 hours)
- Volvo MD22L 50 hp engine with SD1303B saildrive in starboard hull (1920 hours)
- Three blade Volvo folding propellers
- (2) Whitlock single lever throttle/gear lever on starboard helm pedestal
- (2) Manual cockpit-mounted bilge pumps
- The Little Cylinder Company composite 8.3kg propane tank
- Propane solenoid gas-shut off valve
- Volvo primary fuel filters with clear boats using Racor 2010 cartridge elements
- Vetus raw water strainers for engines
- (6) Jabsco model 3720 bilge pumps serving main bilge, engine bilge, and shower drain in each hull
- Parmax 4.0 GPH water pressure pump with Jabsco accumulator tank – port hull
- Jabsco model 82405 water pressure pump with Jabsco accumulator tank – stb hull
- Cruiseair Model FX-7CK-P air conditioning/reverse heat with SMX II controller – port hull
- Cruiseair Model FX-10CK-P air conditioning/reverse heat with SMX II controller – stb hull
- Sea Recovery Aqua Whisper Model SRC-800 2 AWC 800gpd watermaker with remote control panel at nav station
- (2) Vacuflush fresh water flush 12V heads
- (2) Plastic holding tanks with PVC piping(new 2018)
- Tank Watch holding tank level indicators, deck pump out and 12V macerator pumps
- New holding tanks with pvc piping throughout most of waste water system
- (2) 106 gallon stainless steel diesel tanks located in bidgedeck lockers by mast- 212 gallons total
- (2) 92.5 gallon fiberglass water tanks in bilges - 185 gallons total
- (2) Sigmar 40 liter hot water heaters (heat from engines or 220V)
- Wema tank level gages for water and diesel tanks
- (2) Frigiboat 12V keel-cooled refrigeration compressor with digital thermostat and compressor speed controller (new 2012)
- Jabsco 12V salt water washdown pump with outlet in chain locker and at galley sink
- (7) Firefly deep cycle AGM carbon foam technology batteries; model FF12D1-G31 – 116 ah each; 812 amp hours total (new 2015) Usable AH 650 ah(80% cycle)
- Victron Energy Quattro 12v/5000watt/220amp battery charger/inverter (new 2017)
- Victron Energy Blue Power control panel; controls inverter charger and monitors batteries
- (8) Siemens SP75 solar panels on rigid bimini; 600 watts total
- SolarCom panel regulator in port engine room with analog volt and ammeter
- Air X Marine wind generator on stainless steel pole on port quarter
- Lombardini 8 KW, 220V, 50 hz diesel generator in sound shield in port engine room with remote control panel at nav station (1853 hours)
- (2) SurePower model 3202 charge isolators
- (2) Bosch 80 amp alternators
- Mastervolt Mass 12V/80 amp battery 110V battery charger
- Mastervolt 110V/60 hz 1200 watt inverter with remote control panel
- (2) Group 27 engine start batteries
- Group 24 genset start battery
- Marinco 30 amp, 220V, 50 hz shorepower inlet
- Smartplug 30 amp 110V, 60 hz shorepower inlet
- DC/AC switch panel with digital DC volt and ammeter at nav station