2005 Hylas 54 for sale in South Pacific

2005 Hylas 54 for sale in South Pacific

2005 Hylas 54 for sale in South Pacific

‘Anila’ is a stunning German Frers designed Hylas 54 Raised Saloon, presented for sale in excellent condition with a huge cruising inventory. She is currently cruising in the South Pacific and is ready to be taken on new adventures with her next owners.

This Hylas 54 is powered by a Yanmar 4JH3-DTE 125hp diesel engine, she has a cruising speed of 7.5kts at 2600 RPM and 6.5kts at 1800 RPM.

The engine underwent a full overhaul in October 2017 and she currently has around 2800 hours.

Other mechanical equipment includes a Northern Lights 6kw generator (with 300 hours); a HRO reverse osmosis watermaker 18gal/h; reverse cycle air-conditioning systems.

The cockpit of this Hylas 54 is laid in teak, with teak aft steps and cockpit steps. There is a Whitlock Royal Pedestal with a iPad/iPhone bracket, and Lewmar Mamba rack-and-pinion steering system.

There is also a varnished folding cockpit table with built-in drink holders, a cockpit stereo with speakers and volume controls, dual USB charge outlets, cigarette lighter power socket, screened companionway doors, 4x storage compartments behind cushions, and 4x safety pad-eyes.

Accommodation on this Hylas 54 is provided within 3 cabins.

The forward cabin features a King-sized full-width centerline V-berth; dedicated heater thermostat, blower, and vents with High/Low/Off switches port and starboard; Dometic 16k BTU air conditioning with dedicated controller; dual hanging lockers port and starboard with shelving; berth storage cabinets port and starboard; two storage drawers beneath V-berth; large opening tinted hatch and Oceanair screen/cover; port and starboard hull windows for added light; Clarion marine amplifier with volume control, stereo speakers, and Bluetooth; dual Hella ventilation fans; dual LED reading lights; LED ceiling lights; and an LED switchable foot light.

The portside cabin offers a choice of a single bed, or double pull-out raised berth with extra storage below. There is a stainless steel workbench below bed mattress; upper and outboard storage cabinets; dedicated heater thermostat, blower, and vent; air conditioning vent connected for forward AC unit; dual LED reading lights; LED cabin light; LED red foot light; and a Hella ventilation fan.

The aft cabin benefits from a Queen-sized aft centerline berth with full spring mattress; 4 storage drawers below the berth; dual aft berth LED reading lights; dual Hella ventilation fans; LED cabin lights; LED foot light; dedicated heater thermostat with port and starboard blower vents and independent High/Low/Off switches at head of the bed; Clarion Marine amplifier with volume control, stereo speakers, and Bluetooth; large opening tinted hatch with Oceanair screen/cover; port, starboard, and dual stern opening portholes for excellent ventilation; port and starboard hull windows; port-side seat with LED reading light and storage behind; starboard-side extra storage; centerline, port, and starboard hanging lockers with convertible shelving and LED door-switched lights; deep storage at head of bed with sliding doors; large Opening Hatch Oceanair Hatch Screen and Shade Transom Opening Ports; Raymarine ST60 Graphic Display;  and Glacier Bay 12-volt air conditioning with timer control.

There are two heads forward and aft, featuring Custom-moulded Sealand fresh water Vacuflush Head; Maretron NMEA 2000 tank monitoring system; Full-length vanity mirror on head/cabin door; heater blower vent with High/Low/Off switch; 3-door mirrored medicine cabinets; Hella ventilation fan; Non-skid fiberglass floor in head and shower;  and a hot water circulating pump.

The aft head also benefits from a separate enclosed shower area with fold-teak bench; and a Spendid 2000 washer/dryer.

This Hylas 54 features Raised saloon with large opening teak-trimmed and tinted windows. A Teak high-gloss varnished saloon table with inlaid navigation star; the table has removable leaf and converts to bed. To starboard is a bench seat which pulls out 12? to convert to a further comfortable sea berth.

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