|Listing Id||5032119||Length||44.00 Feet|
|Model||44||Engine Type||Yanmar 4JHTE 55hp|
|Hull Style||Single||Hull Type||GRP|
1990 Hylas 44 for sale.
Laros is a Hylas 44 built by Queen Long Marine Yard Taiwan in 1990. She was imported by her original owner into UK in 1991, and has since had 4 subsequently owners.
The current owners bought her in Lymington UK in 2013, and after an extensive refit, sailed her to Australia over 3 years via the Mediterranean, Caribbean, Panama, Tahiti, Tonga, Fiji, and New Zealand.
She is built and equipped for blue water sailing including extensive safety gear and navigational equipment.
Designed by German Frers who introduced the redesign of Hallberg Rassy yachts in 1994, she is a fast but sturdy GRP monohull having completed the Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (2840 Nm) in 18 days 23 hours, coming 14th overall in the Cruiser Division (c140 yachts).
Antifoul is Coppercoat applied in 2013 (expected lifespan 10+ years).
Her keel is GRP encapsulated lead ballast with a full length skeg hung rudder. She has a centre cockpit with teak laid cockpit seating and sole and all round bimini canvas and cockpit cushions providing extensive all weather protection.
Her main engine is a Yanmar 4JH-TE 55hp turbocharged driving a 2 blade folding propeller, with 280 litres diesel fuel tanks. She has Eberspacher cabin heating.
Below decks, she comprises 3 cabins sleeping 4-6 persons. Her master state stern cabin has 2 single sprung mattresses forming a pedestal double bed, with curved settee, dressing table, side tables and 2 hanging lockers.
The master en-suite comprises vanity and separate shower/toilet (with holding tank) compartments.
The guest accommodation comprises a twin V-berth with infill cushion, hanging locker and en-suite with shower.
The main saloon has settee and table seating for 6, with 2 tub chairs, bookshelves and lockers storage.
A separate navigation station with half folio storage chart table completes the accommodation below.
The interior is fitted out in teak veneered marine ply with teak and holly inlaid cabin sole boards.