AUDREY II
Yacht for Sale

Length: 104′ 0″ / 31.70m | Builder: Jongert | Year: 1997 / 2019
AUDREY II Yacht for Sale

AUDREY II Yacht for Sale - 104′Jongert

AUDREY II is one of the last and most beautifully outfitted Jongert 27T’s produced. Built and classed to Lloyds 100 A1 specifications, a designation she held until 2007, she’s strong, safe, and timelessly elegant in her classic style. The furling ketch rig designed with both interior and exterior helm stations and captive winches blend sailing ease, performance, range, and comfort in a truly beautiful and capable sailing yacht.

Category: Cruisers
Condition: Used
Length: 104′ 0″ (31.70m)
Beam: 21′ 10″ (6.65m)
Builder: Jongert
Model: 27T
Draft: 12′ 2″ (3.71m)
Build Year: 1997
Refit: 2019
Location: Pula
Staterooms: 4
Sleeps: 10
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Price: $3,950,000 USD
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    AUDREY II is one of the last and most beautifully outfitted (thanks to her custom John Munford interior) Jongert Tradition Series produced. Built and classed to Lloyds 100 A1 specifications, a designation she held until 2007, she’s strong, safe, and timelessly elegant in her classic style. The furling ketch rig designed with both interior and exterior helm stations and captive winches blends sailing ease, performance, range, and comfort in a truly beautiful and capable sailing yacht. Previous names in correct order are ERICA XI, CARA MARIA, and finally AUDREY II. Benefiting from first-rate custodianship, those inspecting her will find this yacht in excellent mechanical and cosmetic condition with a fresh sail inventory and updated systems, basically wanting for nothing but a new owner’s personal touches.


    AUDREY II sleeps 8/10 guests in 4 cabins with additional accommodation for 4 crew in 2 cabins. Custom designed by John Munford, the “floated” American cherry raised panel interior flows throughout the entire yacht including the crew quarters ensuring a very quiet and warm experience. High-end Edelmessing hardware, bath, and light fixtures are found throughout the yacht. Various mood lighting is also present throughout the yacht. All hanging lockers are cedar lined. Berths all have the slatted-board ventilation systems under the mattresses. Both owner and guest staterooms feature marble countertops and heated towel bars in the baths. Crew countertops are Corian; and galley countertops are granite. Copious amounts of storage is found underneath the bilges and is racked and labeled. Overhead hatches all have built-in mosquito screens and black out shades and feature stainless security bars. Portholes are attached to an internal scuppering system which avoids cosmetic damage in case a port is left open. All portholes have security bars as well.


    A large table to port with U-shaped settee allows for comfortable dining for 8 – 10 people. Two stools can be inserted into fittings on the inboard side to surround the table with diners. A cabinet in the base of the table stores an icemaker. To starboard is the temperature-controlled wine cellar, a fridge, and general bar storage. Forward is the interior helm station, which runs full width and has a full suite of navigation equipment as well as push-button and joystick sail-handling controls. There are two sets of stairs: aft goes directly to the landing for the day head, master stateroom and smaller fourth stateroom and the other, forward, leads to the lower salon.


    To port is a lovely inlaid dining table surrounded by a settee and chairs which provide ample seating for 8. Cabinets in this area also store cutlery, china, and bar items. To starboard is a lounge area with coffee table, settee, desk, and cabinets which hold general office equipment, communication electronics and a cleverly hidden TV.


    Located forward of the salon and hidden behind a sensor controlled automatic door. To port is the crew dinette with seating for 4 along with a stacked washer and dryer. A door to the engine room is on the aft bulkhead, and to starboard is the galley with its numerous appliances and granite countertops.


    • Sharp Steamwave oven/microwave/steamer

    • Toaster

    • Coffee maker

    • Miele oven

    • Miele induction cooktop

    • Miele dishwasher

    • Miele clothes washer and dryer

    • Custom 600-liter front loading refrigerator (new compressor 2019)

    • Custom 150-liter front loading freezer (new compressor 2021)

    • Custom 450-liter freezer under galley floor (new compressor 2021)


    Located aft and full width, the door opens to a wall which shields the bed from direct sight. A step to the left reveals a lovely cabin with a centerline king sized bed flanked by large nightstands. Four full-length closets, along with drawers and cupboards surround the cabin in beautiful cabinetry. Behind the bed, when the curtains are open, a large “galleon style” window affords beautiful views astern and floods the room with light. The ensuite head offers two sinks with marble counters, toilet, and full-sized stall shower.


    Accessed from the central corridor which leads between the Salon and Master Stateroom are two Guest Staterooms, one port and one starboard. Each have oversized twin beds with a bureau between, full-length hanging locker, drawers beneath the bed and copious amounts of storage. Both also feature ensuite bathrooms with sink, marble counters, toilet, and stall shower.


    Continuing aft, up a few stairs just before the master stateroom is a lovely little private bunk stateroom to starboard. It can be set up as a single berth or as two bunks when an upper bunk, concealed as paneling, slides up and slots into position. A hanging locker and drawers provide storage. The bathroom for this stateroom is across the corridor and doubles as the day-head. It features a full bath, marble countertop, and a stall shower.


    Located forward of the galley are two crew cabins. To starboard is the captain’s cabin which has a lower berth that can either be a single or double. Another berth is concealed behind paneling above and allows this cabin to also have two single berths if desired. A desk, hanging locker, drawers and storage nooks complete this room. To port is another cabin which features over/under berths, hanging locker, drawers, and shelves. Ensuite heads are off both cabins and feature sinks, toilets, and stall showers.


    Hull and deck welded from Fe 420 grade A steel

    Hull below waterline faired to the same surface standard as freeboards

    Hull painted Flag Blue awl-grip (2019)

    Superstructure, masts and booms painted Cream awl-grip (2019)

    New main teak deck and toe rail (2019)

    New teak rings for deck hatches (2019)

    Exterior wheelhouse teak completely stripped to bare wood and varnished (10/2021)

    All exterior varnish fully coated (10/2021)

    Keel designed by Peter Van Oossanen (of Americas Cup fame) to maximize performance

    Hardened glass transom windows

    Custom made flush foredeck and aft deck hatches

    LEWMAR Ocean Series hatches on the rest of the yacht all equipped with screens and blinds

    Deck prisms

    LEWMAR stainless steel deck equipment (sheet tracks, blocks, pad eyes, etc.…)

    Stanchions and lifelines w/two side gates and stern gate

    Removable teak bow seat and two stern seats

    Tender hoist in mizzen boom to place tender on aft platform

    Tender can also be lifted with halyard and placed on foredeck removable chocks

    15’ AB ALX tender with 60hp Yamaha outboard (2018)

    Cleverly designed hydraulic stern passerelle/swim platform with integrated stairs

    Swim ladder

    Hot and cold swim platform / aft deck shower

    Fresh water washdown system located starboard side midship

    Saltwater anchor wash, doubles as a fire pump

    Classic John Munford designed teak helm wheel and pedestal

    Sun awnings for both main and mizzen booms with side curtains

    Cockpit lighting in mizzen boom

    LEWMAR 4000 hydraulic anchor windlass with capstan and gypsy (rebuilt 2021)

    CQR 180lb stainless anchor with 125m of 16mm galvanized chain (first 3m stainless chain)

    CQR 180lb stainless anchor with rode (first 1m stainless chain)

    (2) Ocean Safety 10-person life rafts (new 2019 and with current inspections)

    Various life preservers

    (1) EPIRB

    (2) SART system

    (2) MOMs

    (2) Life rings

    (8) Survival immersion suits

    (12) Inflatable automatic life vests

    Fire and safety plan (Updated 2021)



    MTU 10V-183-AA61 275hp main engine (removed from yacht and fully rebuilt and overhauled by Jongert in 2019. 275hrs as of 2/2022 - 21,729hrs total)

    NEW – pistons, rings, liners, connecting rods bearings, main bearings, cylinder heads and valves, torsional damper, lube oil cooler, lube oil pump, thermostats, fuel injectors, engine coolant pump, hoses, belts, filters, complete disassembly of engine and inspection of block, crankshaft, camshaft, rocker arms and pushrods, rebuilt fuel injection pump, rebuilt starter, rebuilt raw water pump, and much more… (2019)

    Northern Lights M-944 3phase 26kw generator - removed and fully overhauled 2019 (5537hrs 12/2021)

    Onan MDKBU 3phase 27kw generator – removed and fully overhauled 2019 (11,625hrs 12/2021)

    Main and generators have been fully serviced (10/2021)

    AQUALIFT dry exhaust mufflers for generators

    RACOR FG-500 double fuel filters for both generators and main engine

    AC: 400Volt AC shore and generator power

    DC: 24volt

    (2) MASTERVOLT 24 / 4500 inverters

    (1) MASTERVOLT 24 / 2000 inverter

    (4) MASTERVOLT Mass 24 / 100 3phase battery chargers (2019)

    (2) 27AMP alternators on generators for starting batteries (rebuilt 2021)

    (2) 120AMP alternators on generators for house batteries

    (1) 50AMP alternator on main engine

    (2) Deep-cycle 570AMP hr. @ 24V maintenance free house batteries

    Atlas shore power converter

    100AMP shore power with (1) 27m cable and (1) 15m cable

    HYDROMAT 45hp hydraulic bow thruster

    ACTANA waterflush toilets

    Sewage treatment system

    (2) SEALAND B-400 wastewater pumps

    HEM type 30 watermaker 7000lts / 24hrs

    SIHI SH80 pressure pumps for domestic freshwater system

    Carbon filter for drinking water

    BAUER capitano C36E dive compressor and dive bottle storage in forepeak

    Central vacuum system

    MARINE AIR air conditioning system 115,000BTU (fully descaled and inspected 2021)

    AC chilled water pump replaced (2019)

    Fresh air makeup system come in through the top of the main mast and through aft deck fittings

    Sound study by Van Capellen to maximize sound attenuation throughout the yacht

    Bilge pumping system for all compartments connected to both electric and mechanical pumps

    Automatic CO2 fire extinguishing system in engine room

    Fire extinguishers and fire blankets in every cabin

    Smoke and CO2 detectors in each cabin and corridor

    All interior lighting changed from Halogen to LED (10/2021)



    MATHERS micro-commander single lever engine controls

    KVH satellite communication system (telephone, fax, and data)

    VHF radios with DSC at the following stations: crew, deckhouse, and exterior helm

    PORTech GSM phone interface with 4 SIM capacity

    Globesurfer GSM data connection interface

    GSM telephone system integrated with SIEMENS internal phone system

    Ships computer with MAX-Sea navigational software with screens in wheelhouse

    Simrad AI50 class B transceiver with MAX sea overlay

    Furuno TZ touch at helm integrated into wheelhouse. (2021)

    Furuno autopilot (2021)

    Furuno GPS interfaced with radar and B&G system

    Sestrel major magnetic compass at outside helm

    Sestrel Moore compass at inside helm

    B&G analog displays: windspeed, direction and rudder angle

    (2) FFD’s in wheelhouse

    (2) FFD’s at outside helm

    (1) FFD in owners’ cabin

    (2) 20/20 displays on mizzen mast

    B&G Hydra 2 Sailing instruments with Halcyon fluxgate compass, speed, log, depth, temp, and wind data

    (3) Apple TV: salon, master, crew (2021)

    Sonos sound system updated throughout yacht (2021)


    Masts unstopped and stepped with full inspection / survey (2019)

    Running rigging – Dynema core with technora poly covers (New 2021)

    MAIN: roller furling 2-ply Dacron, Doyle (New 2022)

    GENOA: roller furling 2-ply Dacron, Doyle (New 2022)

    STAY SAIL: roller furling 2-ply Dacron, Doyle (New 2022)

    MIZZEN: roller furling 2-ply Dacron, Doyle (New 2022)

    MIZZEN STAYSAIL: nylon, North (2021)

    GENNAKER: nylon, Sobstad (2000)

    NIRVANA triple spreader main mast with hydraulic furling (Painted 2019)

    NIRVANA double spreader mizzen mast with hydraulic furling (Painted 2019)

    NAVTEC hydraulic boom vang (new hydraulic hoses 2021)

    NAVTEC hydraulic backstay tensioner (new hydraulic hoses 2021)

    RECKMAN hydraulic roller furling headstay and inner forestay (new hydraulic hoses 2021)

    Discontinuous rod rigging

    Carbon fiber spinnaker pole (Painted 2019)

    Main and Genoa sails are completely controlled with captive winches and “Perini-style” joysticks

    Staysail furling and in mast furling mizzen are conventionally controlled with deck buttons.

    LEWMAR deck sail control buttons (replaced 2013)

    LEWMAR Commander 9 hydraulic power pack to drive captive winches

    LEWMAR LMS 1000 Captive Genoa winches with proportional joystick controls

    LEWMAR LMS 77 SE/ST electric Staysail winches controlled with deck buttons

    LEWMAR LMS 600 Captive mainsail outhaul winch controlled with proportional joystick controls

    LEWMAR 77 SE/ST electric main halyard winch controlled with deck buttons

    LEWMAR 54 SE/ST electric mizzen winch controlled with deck buttons

    LEWMAR 54 S/ST mizzen outhaul winch

    LEWMAR 77 SE/ST electric mooring winch on foredeck controlled with deck buttons

    Huge variety of miscellaneous inventoried spare parts stored in well-organized bilge boxes


    Owner’s personal clothing and artwork.


    AUDREY II has been maintained and cared for to an extremely high level, something that shows from the moment you step aboard. Benefitting from a large refit in 2019 with continued significant improvements and upgrades through 2022, there is little left to do on this marvelous yacht aside from a new owner’s desired soft goods. With her recent paint, fresh teak decks, brand new sails and running rigging and all mechanical services up to date, she sits ready to venture around the globe at a moment’s notice.


    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.