2007 Aquanaut European Voyager 1300


The Aquanaut European Voyager was designed with long term cruising and entertaining in mind.

Acacia offers a large cockpit/saloon with a spacious flydeck. Below she has an owners cabin with en-suite facilities, a guest cabin and storage cabin. Her 3.1 metres air draft allows passage through the European waterways but she is equally at home on the open sea.

A perfect vessel for long term cruising.

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Aquanaut European Voyager 1300 Specifications
Name: Acacia
Year Built: 2007
Hull Material: Steel
Length: 13.11m / 43.16 feet
Beam: 4.34m / 14.25 feet
Max Draft: 1.09m / 3.58 feet
Engines: 1 x Perkins M150 TI
Fuel Type: Diesel
Total Power (hp): 148
Fuel Tankage: 2 x 400 litres / 88 gallons
Water Tankage: 2 x 600 litres / 132 gallons
5 berths in 3 cabins. The boat is boarded from the bathing platform via a gate onto extensive cockpit both covered in FlexiTeak or alternatively by ladders built in to port and starboard railings. Through double glazed sliding doors to the saloon, a light and airy area with cherry veneer panelling, cherry/ash wooden flooring, height adjustable table, desk/chart table with sliding work tray suitable for a desktop. To port is the galley running the length of the saloon with Marcostone (granite) galley top sink and ample storage. Two steps to a carpeted upper saloon featuring a raised central helmsman seat with controls to hand and settee with adjacent coffee table. Opposite is port side entrance, steps to upper deck and cupboards. Moving forward to port are three steps down a companion way to forward lower accommodation. Day heads with manual toilet and wash hand basin. Further forward is the master cabin with a double island berth and storage below, hanging lockers and en-suite with wash hand basin, electric toilet and a separate shower compartment. Door to mid cabin with twin berths, hanging locker. A further door leads to storage cabin with large storage cupboards and pilot berths. The boat deck is reached internally via the steps from the upper saloon or externally via stainless steel ladders on each side. This is a vast entertaining area with Flexiteak decking with a central helm position with duplicate instrumentation. There is also an electric derrick for lifting a tender on to the deck.

Navigation Equipment
Raymarine Autopilot 24V w S3Raymarine TriDataSteering CompassRudder IndicatorNavigation Lights
Safety Equipment
Shipmate VHF RS82Fire ExtinguishersBilge PumpFirst Aid KitOptical Smoke Alarm (2013)Co Detector (2013)Boat Safety Certificate until May 2016
General Equipment
20kg Stainless Steel Anchor and Chain with Electric Winch12V/24V electrics throughout with 240V shore powerBattery Maintenance/Charger Ctec M100 (for Generator)Battery Maintenance/Charger Ctec M150 (for Starter Batteries)Mastervolt Generator 6kW 1500tpmMastervolt Generator SwitchboxMastervolt DC System Manager4 x 160ah Domestic Batteries (2013) on Mastervolt ChargerAdditional Delco Ac service batteries 170A x 22.2kW InverterKabola Hot Water and Heating System via Combi BoilerAnti-FoulingDouble Glazed Windows (Inc. Front Screens & Sliding DoorsFlyscreens to forward hatch and all portholesRain covers to all portholesFitting Sockets for passarelle – Stainless Steel x 3 (Port, starboard and stern)Flexiteak fitted to cockpit, bathing platform and boat deck (upper helm)Extended boat deck (roof over cockpit) – 900mm. Only one forerunner the 1400Cockpit lockers x 2, hatches with teak deck forming seats – from cockpit door to port hullStainless steel fender baskets intergrated in sea rail forward 2 x 3Ladder/gates at side entrances at port and starboard railingsAluminium floor plating in engine roomSpecial saloon cherry hi-low tableMarcostone galley top – colour Negro Ulysses with radius edging to form fiddleReginlux 60 galley sinkCherry/ash wooden floor in lower saloonImitation cream leather upholstery in upper and lower saloonsAdditional complete set of new upholstery in blue woven fabric for upper and lower saloonsVetus Admiral helm seatIncreased mattress thickness (12mm) in forward cabinUpgraded insulation on surestructure to Tarec/Koto triple laminationCherry veneer panelling in all cabins and saloonExtra insulation in engine room and bulkheadsBookshelf under upper saloon seating with adjacent bottle cupboardDesk/chart table with sliding work surface/tray and lifting top with recharging station for mobile phones, cameras etcRadiators to lower cabins – painted to match panellingAdditional day heads with manual sea toiletAuerhaan 3 burner electric ceramic cooker 220V 15ACombi microwave with oven and grill 220VCandy 8T 3kg washing machineItalian style halogen lights in saloon. Wall switches to operate port or starboard or both. 4 x LED lights in companionway steps to forward cabin5 x additional halogen lights under overhang to cockpit + 2 on lockers7 x English style 13A stainless steel double switched sockets, shaver point in en-suite & waterproof double MK switched socket in engine roomEasy docking panel in lieu of bow/stern control panel for thrustersTeak and stainless steel lower helm steering wheelBlack (weatherproof) and stainless steel upper helm steering wheelHydraulic system to operate the bow and stern thrustersPRM gearboxWater/gas separator in exhaust from generator to lessen noise when in marinaSatellite aerial 370mm, stainless steel deck fitting, head stainless steel socket – Pioneer tunerPassarelle 2.45m long with stainless steel pins for connecting to vessel6 x fendersElectric operated stainless steel derrick to hold 250kg with plug-in wander controls2 x additional bollards on upper deckPurpose made stainless steel additional chock system for tenderFirst aid kit (6 person) fitted centrally under internal steps to boat deckRemote control to operate bow and stern thrustersCase of running spares
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