ZEBRA
Yacht for Sale

Length: 46' 9" / 14.25m | Builder: Rockport Marine | Year: 2000
Zebra Yacht for Sale

Zebra Yacht for Sale - 46'Rockport Marine

Type: Sailboat
Builder: Rockport Marine
Condition: Used
Length: 46' 9" (14.25m)
Beam: 11' 1" (3.38m)
Engines: 1x Sail Drive, 30hp
Draft: 8' (2.44m)
Model Year: 2000
Build Year: 2000
Flag: Us
Staterooms: 2
Sleeps: 4
Price: $500,000 USD

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    W-46 Class

    Builder: Rockport Marine, Rockport Maine

    Year Built: 2000

    LOA: 46’, 9”

    LWL: 34’ 0”

    Beam: 11’, 1”

    Draft: 8’, 0”

    Displacement: 16,400 lbs.

    Sail Area: 981 sq. ft.

    SA/D Ratio: 24.3

    C/LWL Ratio: 175

    Fuel Capacity: 30 Gallons

    Fresh Water Capacity: 60 Gallons

    Black Water / Holding Tank Capacity: 25 Gallons

    Hull and Deck Construction

    Cold-molded, wood-epoxy hull construction

    Marine plywood decks with teak decking over lay

    Varnished teak toe rails and taffrail

    Varnished teak cabin sides, front and back

    Marine plywood cabin top over laid with Dynel cloth set in epoxy and painted traditional Buff color

    Varnished teak handrails on cabin top

    Varnished teak companionway hatch, trim and drop boards

    Fin keel with trailing ballast bulb

    Balanced carbon fiber rudder

    Topsides: Black with Gold cove stripe and no boot stripe 2019

    Bottom: White anti-fouling paint. Major bottom overhaul 2019

    Deck Hardware and Features

    Teak deck, cockpit seat tops, helm seat and cockpit sole

    Decks sanded and refurbished 2023

    Cast bronze chocks forward, midships and aft

    Cast bronze docking cleats forward, midships and aft

    Cast bronze bow / anchor roller

    Stainless steel bow pulpit

    Stainless steel double lifeline stanchions with opening gates port and starboard

    Stainless steel lifelines with opening gates port and starboard

    Stainless steel shroud chainplates

    Stainless steel stem iron with head stay attachment point under deck

    Lewmar hatch on foredeck (to head area below decks)

    Bronze deck fills (water) port and starboard midships

    Stainless steel backstay fairlead to under deck hydraulic ram

    Auxiliary Propulsion and Fuel Systems

    Yanmar 3GM30 diesel, 30 HP

    Engine Year: 2000 rebuilt 2017

    Current Engine Hours: 350 as of September 2022

    Yanmar engine ignition panel and gauges

    Single lever engine throttle and gear selector control

    Sail Drive unit new 2017

    2-Blade bronze Max Prop

    Cast bronze deck fill (Fuel) in cockpit sole

    Fuel tank capacity: 30 Gallons

    Parker / Racor water separator fuel filter

    Groco ARG-50 raw water filter

    Steering

    Edson pedestal with stainless steel binnacle guard and Richie compass

    Custom W-Class varnished teak steering wheel and quadrant steering

    Plumbing and Waste Systems

    60 Gallon freshwater capacity stored in tanks located under main cabin settees

    Cold fresh water supplied to galley sink basin by manual hand pump.

    Marine toilet plumbed for overboard discharge or to holding tank.

    Holding tank plumbed for shore side pump out or overboard discharge offshore

    25 Gallon holding tank capacity

    Electrical Systems

    Lighting batteries, 2 each / 12-volt, starboard sail locker

    Engine start battery, 1 each / 12-volt, port sail locker

    All batteries new refit 2023

    Guest 4 position master battery selector switch

    12 Volt DC circuit panel

    12 Volt outlet

    AC outlet at navigation station

    Battery charging by engine mounted alternator and Xantrex Freedom X inverter / charger Lightning ground system

    Spars and Rigging

    Hall Spars carbon fiber mast

    Hall Spars carbon fiber boom

    All spars clear coated 2021

    Rig removed and inspected annually

    Stainless steel rod standing rigging

    Harken headsail roller furling system

    3 Harken #40 self-tailing halyard winches

    6 Harken #48 self-tailing cockpit sheet winches

    Hydraulic backstay, vang and outhaul controls

    Harken continuous line main sheet traveler

    All turning blocks Harken

    All sails Doyle

    Mainsail Dacron new 2018

    Headsails 2000

    Kevlar #1

    Kevlar #2

    Kevlar #3

    Dacron #3

    Asymmetrical

    Running rigging

    All new halyards 2019

    Ground Tackle

    Claw anchor in chain locker forward with chain and rope rode

    Muir electric anchor winch

    Dewatering Equipment

    Whale Gusher manual bilge pump

    Rule 2000 GPH electric automatic bilge pump

    Safety Equipment

    12 PFDs

    Fire Extinguishers 3

    2 Life Rings

    Life Sling man overboard retrieval system

    Electronics

    Furuno radar

    Sony Bose CD player radio

    B&G Hydro 2000 System with readouts at nav station, cockpit and mast

    Icom IC-M127 VHF radio

    Interior

    The entire interior of is finished off in the Herreshoff style of white painted surfaces accented by varnished teak joinery and trim and natural teak floorboards.

    From forward

    Forepeak with 2 vee berths and storage

    Head compartment with manual toilet, sink, hand water pump and Corin counter. Storage

    Main cabin

    Very airy and light with Herreshoff style windows.

    Two bench seats which convert into two single berths

    Navigation station and electrical switchboard

    Galley

    Stainless steel sink, Corian counters, stainless steel icebox, Fera 2 burner propane stove with oven.

    The main cabin area is well lit with overhead dome lights and brass reading lights at the aft end of each settee. Additional natural lighting is provided by fixed ports in the cabin sides. Companionway stairs aft lead to the cockpit and with stairs removed there is very good access to the engine and other mechanical systems.

    Comments

    Zebra is visually stunning Spirit of Tradition style yacht for use by her owners as a lively day-sailor, competitive racer and / or comfortable weekend cruiser.

    With their timeless beauty and advanced construction, the W-46s quicken sailors’ hearts for generations to come.

    The hull shape is unmistakably stunning. Above the waterline it has gorgeous overhangs fore and aft. But lurking beneath the water is a sleek, modern underbody sculpted from cold-molded strips of wood laminated with epoxy. The keel is a fin with bulb and the spade rudder is of carbon fiber. Towering high above the teak is a strong, light-weight carbon-fiber rig.

    Tradition and a respect for what is truly beautiful can be seen in the lines of the W.46, but she is designed for today. There is plenty of room for a sizable crew, but she can also be raced easily by just a few eager sailors. In cruising mode, she can be sailed by one or two couples – or even a single-hander.

    “W.46s are a treat to build. Their excellent design, well-thought-out construction plan, and aesthetic all take advantage of wood’s superior engineering qualities to yield a lightweight, strong, and beautiful vessel.”

    TAYLOR ALLEN, OWNER, ROCKPORT MARINE, BUILDER OF W-CLASS YACHTS

    “I think you would be amazed at the feel of the W-46.”

    ROBERT PERRY, NAVAL ARCHITECT

    “Feathering upwind with the sleek vessel in perfect trim and the helm as light as a pillow, it was hard not to feel a twinge of sympathy for all the other sailors, on all their other boats.”

    HERB MCCORMICK, NEW YORK TIMES

    Zebra has been lightly used by her original owner. Winter inside stored and maintained by Hinckley.