2006 Dolphin 460 now for sale.
Three Sixty Blue is a ﬁne example of a limited number of Dolphin 460 catamarans designed by veteran naval architect Philippe Pouvreau and built to ABYC standards in Aracaju, Brazil.
Dolphins represent an excellent balance of safety, comfort, performance and styling. Their hulls are constructed of hand-laid, vacuum-bagged ﬁberglass using vinyl ester resin over Divinicell foam cores. The bottom of each hull is solid ﬁberglass so she can be beached without damage.
There are two water-tight compartments in each hull and the retractable dagger boards are trunked in crash boxes to prevent water incursion in the event of a hard grounding. The Sail Drives are protected by sacriﬁcial mini keels.
Dolphins feature graduated, ﬂared hulls and extended transoms to handle cruising payloads. The retractable dagger boards aid in pointing, shoal draft sailing and reducing drag off the wind. Wide side decks enhance safety and the bulkhead helm station offers 360 degree, four corner visibility when docking or sailing.
The vertical salon windows help reduce cabin heat and also offer 360 degree visibility making piloting, with the use of an autopilot remote, possible from the comfort and safety of the cabin in inclement weather.
Unique to Three Sixty Blue is a hard top section with opening hatch in the Bimini top over the helm station for enhanced weather protection and good view of sails while trimming. Crystal clear, semi-rigid, opening, Makralon windshields connect the Bimini Top to the cabin roof providing an excellent shelter from wind, rain and spray.
Also unique to Three Sixty Blue is an L-shaped salon seating arrangement, in lieu of the standard, oval-shaped settee, making for a more comfortable conﬁguration for lounging and off-watch napping.
Three Sixty Blue is the only Dolphin 460 presently equipped with a Leisure Furl, in-boom mainsail furling system which, along with a primary electric winch, greatly simpliﬁes sail raising, lowering, reeﬁng and stowing.
Three Sixty Blue’s current owners, Mark and Anne, are experienced blue water cruisers and have owned a variety of performance-oriented yachts for over 30 years. They have maintained the yacht to a very high standard, and made many signiﬁcant improvements that reﬂect a real pride in ownership.
Family responsibilities at home necessitate closing the current chapter on their multi-year sailing adventure, and are now seeking new owners who will beneﬁt from all of the yacht’s ﬁne qualities as they set out in search of their own secluded anchorages and palm tree covered islands.
|Price Base||: SOLD|
|Length||: 46.00 Feet|
|Hull Type||: Fibreglass|
|Hull Style||: Multi|
|Power Type||: Sail|
|Type Of Sales||: Dealer|
|Engine Type||: 2 x Volvo D204OD|
|State||: New South Wales|
|Surveyed||: September 2015|
|HIN Number||: XOH00012B606|
|Stock Number||: MHDN462848|
|Registration Number||: US 1181439|
|Designer||: Philippe Pouvreau|
|Builder||: Dolphin Catamarans/ Technologia Naval LTDA|
|Water (Potable) Capacity (l)||: 450|
|Hull Construction Material||: Fibreglass with foam core.|
|Hull Type||: Catamaran|
|Deck Construction Material||: Fibreglass/ vinyl ester resin with Divinicell foam core.|
|Country Origin||: Brazil|
|Length (feet)||: 45.8 feet|
|Length (m)||: 13.98 m|
|Length Waterline (m)||: 13.98 m|
|Beam/Width (feet)||: 24.11 feet|
|Beam/Width (m)||: 7.35 m|
|Draft (m)||: 1.2 - 2m. Retractable dagger boards are trunked in crash boxes to prevent water incursion in the event of grounding.|
|Dry Weight (kgs)||: 10,000 kgs|
|Number of Helms||: 1|
|Displacement||: 12,600 kg|
|Engine Notes||: Serviced September 2017.|
|Number Of Engines||: 2|
|Engine Standard||: Volvo D204OD|
|Engine Hours||: Approx. 2486 Port, approx 2368 Stbd.|
|Horse Power (hp)||: 40 x 2|
|Drive Type||: 2 x Volvo 130 Sail drives protected by sacrifical mini keels.|
|Engine Room||: 2 dedicated spaces.|
|Generator||: Onan 9Kw. Alternator - Volvo Penta 12v 60amp.|
|Number of Batteries||: 9. 6 House, 3 Starting.|
|Fuel Type||: Diesel|
|Number of Fuel Tanks||: 1|
|Fuel Tank Capacity (L)||: 450|
|Propeller||: Volvo folding.|
|Steering System||: Vetus Hydraulic with emergency tiller.|
|Accomodation Notes||: Owner's queen size berth starboard, Double forward, 2 bunks midship, Queen berth aft on Port side. Headroom in main salon/ galley - 1.93m. Headroom in hulls - 2.04m. Splendide WDC 7100XC washer/ drier. Handcraft Mattress Company 6 inch latex mattress in master cabin (2016).|
|Number of Berths||: 8|
|Number of Showers||: 4. 2 internal, 2 external.|
|Shower Type||: EEMax electric instant water heater.|
|Number of Toilets||: 2|
|Toilet Type||: 1 Raritan Marine Elegance electric flush in master head (2014), 1 Lavac manual in guest head. Both with holding tanks.|
|Air Conditioning||: For both hulls. Mermaid 16,500 BTU cooling/ heating for salon and port hull. Mermaid 7,000 BTU for starboard hull. Caframo 12v fans in all cabins.|
|Holding Tank (L)||: 2 tanks.|
|Galley Notes||: Webber LPG BBQ on deck. General Ecology Seagull drinking water filter with separate galley tap. LG 1100 watt microwave oven (2016). L shaped salon seating.|
|Stove||: Tasco 3 burner LPG.|
|Refrigeration||: DC electric.|
|Number of Freezers||: 1|
|Number of Sinks||: 2|
|Entertainment and Appliances Notes||: Pioneer DEH-X4008BT stereo with Bose 151 cabin speakers. Kicker 6 inch waterproof cockpit speakers. Sony 32R420B flat screen TV on custom retractable mount.|
|Anchor / Winch||: Primary - Manson 60lb with 180ft x 3/8 high test chain and 200ft of 12 plait nylon rode. Secondary - Fortress 35lb with 25ft x 3/8 high test chain and 150ft of 3/4 inch 3 strand nylon rode.. Maxwell HRC 10 electric anchor windlass with remote control (2012) Main halyard and starboard Genoa - Antal W48ST CH electric 2 speed. Port Genoa - Antal W48ST AL 2 speed. Halyard - Antal W48ST AL 2 speed (2015). Screecher - Antal W44ST AL 2 speed. Main sheet - Antal W44ST AL 2 speed.|
|Bilge Pump||: 9 x electric automatic, 2 x manual.|
|Deck Gear||: Antal.|
|Mast/Rigging||: Inspected 2015. Aluminium and S/S. Leisure Furl in-boom mainsail furling system works with primary electric winch to make sail raising, lowering reefing and stowing simple. Single spreader with diamond stay, anodised aluminium by JT Spars NZ (2015). Boom - In-boom furling sytem, anodised aluminium by Leisurefurl/ KZ Marine (2015). Vang - Rigid mechanical by Forespar with Harken multi-purchase downhaul tackle. Bow sprit - Aluminium with Dyneema stays. Standing rigging - 1-19 S/S wire (2015). Running rigging - Premium low stretch and Dyneema cored (2015). Headsail furler - Harken (2015).|
|Sail Inventory||: 2015 sails. Mainsail - Dacron, in-boom furling by Calabre Sails NZ (2015). Genoa - Dacron, furling by Calabre Sails NZ (2015).|
|Electrics||: House batteries - Lifeline AGM GPL31XT x 6 (2016). Starting batteries - Deka 565MF (650CCA) x 3 (2012). Genset - Onan 9Kw diesel, 2715 hours. Battery charger - Mastervolt 70 amp 110/ 240v (2015). Inverter - Mastervolt - Mass Combi 12/2500-100 2500w/ 100amp. Solar - Kyocera 135w x 6 with Blue Sky Energy Solar Boost 3021i MMPT controllers x 2. Monitor/ Controller - Blue Sky Energy IPN Pro Remote and Bogart Engineering Tri-metric 2020. Shore power - 2 connections. One for 110v, one for 240v. Interior - 110v in all cabins, 2 x 240v in master electrical cabinet. Lighting - LED throughout.|
|Electronics Navigation||: Radar - Garmin GMR HD 18 (2015). Garmin - GMI 10 Wind, Depth, Heading, water temp, log. Barometer - Weems and Plath electronics. Autopilot - Raymarine electro-hydraulic autopilot with Smart Pilot X-30 course computer, ST 70 controller and hand-held, wireless remote. Tracks heading, course or wind angle. Richey interior mounted compass. Weems and Plath ship's clock.|
|Dinghy||: OC 3.3m Tender (2016) with 15hp Yamaha outboard motor and anchoring gear. On davits.|
|Covers||: Full cockpit with Makralon windshields (2016). Bimini top rain catchment (2016).|
|Safety Gear||: Viking 8 man enclosed offshore Life raft (never used, needs re-certification) Full complement of hydrostatic inflatable life vests with harnesses. 2 safety tethers. Radar reflector. Full complement of fire extinguishers. MOM self inflating man overboard device. 2 x EPIRBs. Offshore medical kit. Flares. Harken Bosun's chair.|
|Ground Tackle||: Complete.|
|Watermaker / De-Sal||: Spectra Newport 400 - 16gph. MPC 5000 controller.|
|GPS||: Garmin 5212 in cabin, and 5208 at helm station.|
|Number of Fish Finders||: 1|
|Has Navigation Lights||: Yes|
|Radio||: iCom IC-M502 VHF at nav station with Command mic remote at helm. iCom IC-M700Pro SSB with iCom 130 Tuner, GAM antenna and KISS ground cable. Amec Camino 108 AIS transponder (transmit and receive) with Vesper Marine antenna splitter.|
|Remarks||: 2015 Survey. Extensive inventory of cruising spares. The current owners have maintained THREE SIXTY BLUE to a very high standard, and made many significant improvements.|
|Vessel Name||: THREE SIXTY BLUE|