Holland 103ft yacht
Viewing By appointment at Gulf Harbour Marina Whangaparaoa Auckland New Zealand
VESSEL INFORMATION (AS PROVIDED BY THE VENDOR)
Boat Builder: Royal Huisman; B.V Vollenhove, Holland.
Designer: Exterior Ron Holland, interior Peter Sijm
Type of vessel: 32m sailing sloop
Year launched: 1986
Length: 31.45m 103ft
Gross tonnage: 126 tons
Power 335hp Mercedes Benz OM423v10 Hours 13,300
Bow Thruster 35hp Retractable
Propeller Hundested 5fr Variable pitch
Generators 2x Mercedes 5cylinder 45kva hours port 16,400 stbd 16,900
Speed range: 9 knots cruise max speed 11.8
Fuel 2348 US gallons
Water 1717 Gallons
Gray water 80 gallons
Black Water 80Gallons
Water Maker Sea Recovery SRC 1200 Gallons per Day
Hull form: round bilge
Hull construction: aluminium
Deck: teak laid on aluminium
Tender Avon 16.6ft with at 40hp Yamaha outboard
Air-conditioning Yes with the addition of webasto diesel heater
toilets x5 Vacuflush
Refrigeration 5x fridges and two freezers
Maintenance: more than 5 years ago.
Maintenance records as provided in various on board folders and files.
Please Note: the sailing photos are at least 6 years old and in no way represent the condition of the yacht today. The interior and dock photos are recent.
Whirlwind XII is 103 foot Ron Holland designed super yacht built by Royal Huisman and launched in 1986 (the “Vessel”). Whirlwind XII is now offered for sale by tender on an “as is where is” basis by Coast Marine Brokers Limited acting on behalf of the vendor.
The port side decks are marina accessed via a simple boarding platform. This puts one on the port side deck just aft of the uncluttered cockpit and the entry into the interior of the vessel, via the sliding door, aft of the dedicated helm area with the substantial stainless wheel which is separate from the cockpit with the perimeter seating and drop leaf dining table.
There are two areas where crew can access the decks from within the vessel. One inboard of the crew dining area with good ladder access. The other area is from the focsle accessed for'ard from the starboard bunk area via the for'ard watertight door.
Otherwise via the Pilothouse athwart ships sliding door in the aft bulkhead.
From the cockpit single sliding aluminium door to starboard, down the severaI steps into the Pilothouse, forward to starboard the Helm area. The backed fixed helm seat is for one person. The conning station is to starboard with the toggle bow thruster control immediately aft. Navigation instrumentation and the Auto Pilot to starboard.
Backing on to the helm seat, the navigation desk top with charts below. There are navigation and ships instruments forward, aft and to starboard. Opposite to port a step up to a small settee lounge area fore and aft with a return at each end and a fixed table with a beautiful covered top. Forward amidships facing aft are the large two panels behind twin glass doors being the controls for the ship’s AC/DC systems.
Aft area below decks
Down the steep seven steps, aft amidships from the pilothouse to the engine room via a heavy sound reducing watertight door hard to starboard from the end of the steps.
Immediately to starboard the engine room is sound insulated including access door in the aft athwart ships bulkhead. The ceiling height is 1556mm. There is good access to the two generators to either side of the VIO Mercedes main engine. The ships heart is all in this area with engine’s data and all ancillary engineering equipment. It is spotless. The engine room occupies the entire underfoot area of the pilothouse above.
Further along the immediate passage way aft there is a twin bed cabin to port and a double bed cabin to starboard both with en-suites. At the end of the passage up a few steps into the master cabin. Large queen size island double bed, spacious area to port and a private lounge area to starboard, a plethora of ward robe space against the for'ard bulkhead athwart ships and a large ensuite to port.
Aft up into the Master cabin with the large island double bed fore and aft. In the aft port corner an “L” shaped saloon with an upholstered settee, and a moveable coffee table. Forward are the wardrobes and cupboards with ample storage. Along the starboard side fore and aft, there is a full length dresser with a contoured dresser top, mostly drawers and two cupboards. The ensuite is forward to starboard, including a separate shower.
Saloon for’ard of Pilothouse
Large spacious area. Accessed for'ard down from the pilothouse steps to starboard into the saloon. Aft to starboard the hospitality bar, including the DC wall recessed fridge. Beautifully designed with the semi curved bar top, complete with built in hand holds, and a wall cabinet with three glass panelled doors for the glassware. Forward is the beautiful oval covered table with two inlaid compass designs crafted by a true tradesman. There is also fixed wrap-around perimeter seating.
The dominant feature amidships is a large veneered wooden pillar which encases the keel stepped aluminium mast in the centre of the saloon. To port, a large curved well-worn leather upholstered settee in the form of a “U” with the open-side facing the bow, for'ard.
Entertainment in an open vertical free standing wall cabinet facing aft. The television at the lower level, with a sound system above the television.
Forward of the saloon
This area is beautiful, practical, and very well designed. Forward to port, sink bench fore and aft, great refrigeration, the culinary utensils are displayed as a feature, custom designed fore & aft island, compact 3 burner LPG unit and food preparation amidships fore and aft. Extractor overhead of grill. The small pull-out oven is for'ard within the unit at lower level. A microwave is inboard aft within this unit at lower level. There is a Bosch dishwasher set within the galley passageway, inboard to starboard. Galley bench space on 3 sides with overhead cupboards, and below where possible.
Forward of entry into the 2 bunk cabin, the crew area with fore and aft fixed upholstered seating with an inboard return forward. There is a beautiful inlaid wooden table. There is a fold away seat that swings out from the pedestal. Inboard the access to the wooden fixed topside steps to the hatch to the forward part of the deck area.
For'ard crew cabins
2 bunks to port, separate shower, vanity and head & hanging locker.
2 bunks to starboard, separate shower, vanity, and head.
There is a water proof door between the starboard cabin and the fore peak. From this area where the sails are dropped in, through a large deck hatch, with large fore and aft aluminium tubular sections for the sails to roll over. They are hauled up topsides with assistance by halyards as required. This area is also where the topsides warps hang on starboard.
The information provided is believed to be correct but we cannot guarantee its accuracy as it has been supplied by owners or their skippers or agents. We are only acting as brokers, passing on this information we have received and we give no representations, warranties or guarantees as to the boats condition, fitness for purpose or quality.