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1986 Antigua 51

Bear, Delaware

$165,000

The 51' Antigua may be an unfamiliar name to many, but when you look at it you may see something familiar. The Antigua is based on the legendary Morgan Out Island hull, well known for its strength and blue water capabilities. The build is strong and the living space and storage in her are substantial. The deck space is expansive and the cockpit, with a hard full bimini and full enclosure, is big enough to comfortably seat your guests.

Her electronics and features are more extensive than most, as you will see in the details of this listing. As a liveaboard or as a world cruiser she will serve you well and get you where you are going in comfort and safety.

The current owners had spared no expense preparing her for long-term cruising; their plans changed and they moved ashore, so now Bronwyn presents an opportunity for the next owners to benefit from their investment.

Bronwyn is seriously for sale and seriously worth your consideration.

Basic Boat Info

Price: $165,000
Boat Name: BRONWYN
Make: Antigua
Model: 51
Year: 1986
Condition: Used
Category: Sail
Builder: Antigua
Construction: Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID: AYK51001C686
Has Hull ID: Yes
Keel Type: Other

Dimensions

Length: 51 ft
Length Overall: 51 ft
Waterline Length: 39 ft
Beam: 15 ft
Min Draft: 5'6 ft
Displacement: 52,000 lb
Bridge Clearance: 56 ft
Cabin Headroom: 6'4 ft
Single Berths: 1
Double Berths: 3
Cabins Count: 2

Engines / Speed

Engines: 1
  • Make: Perkins
  • Model: 4-236
  • Drive Type: Direct
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Engine Power: 84hp
  • Type: Inboard
  • Propeller Type: 3 Blade, Bronze, Feathering
  • Year: 1986
  • Engine Hours: 2503
  • Engine Location: Center

Tanks

Fuel Tanks: 1
Fuel Tank Capacity: 400 gal
Water Tanks: 1
Water Tank Capacity: 400 gal

Other

Heads Count: 2
Drive Type: Direct
Boat Class: Deck Saloon, Cruisers

Contact

Dave van den Arend, CPYB
I am always looking for quality new listings. Our boats are selling and we need more! If you are thinking of selling, please get in touch and let's talk. Florida licensed and bonded License # EBK8420 You can reach me at my office, contact me directly on my cell (443) 850-4197 or by email at dave@crusaderyachts.com
Crusader Yacht Sales

Office

Crusader Yacht Sales
7078 Bembe Beach Road
Annapolis, Maryland, US, 21403
Tel:443-850-4197
Disclaimer

Potential purchasers should assume that any items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Engine hours are approximate, may be reported verbally by the seller, and are recorded at the time and date of the original listing of this vessel. Owner's use during the time of this listing may affect the total engine hours upon a prospective buyer's inspection. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his/her agents or his/her surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes or withdrawal from market without notice.



Accommodations

Forward Head:  Starting forward, there is a guest head with a separate stall shower. Both areas have tiled floors. As you enter, the shower is to your right, has a seat and a porthole for light and ventilation. Forward of that on starboard is the electric head. On port is a molded sink and counter, with mirrored storage behind that entire side as well as other storage spaces throughout. Forward is double door access to the anchor locker.  Lighting and ventilation are provided by two opening ports, two overhead lights and a reading light.  Headroom in here is 6’2” and 5’9” in the shower.

Forward Stateroom:  Next aft is the guest cabin, with a 6’10” x 62” x 36” Pullman berth to starboard. Behind along the hull, there are large cabinets the length of the berth and open fiddled shelving above that. Beneath the berth, there is drawer storage along the companionway and bin storage beneath it. On the port side of this cabin, there is a cedar-lined hanging locker on one end of a three-foot-long settee and a dresser on the other end. The cabin is illuminated and ventilated with four opening portholes and one overhead hatch, one Hella fan and four lights. Headroom is 6’4”.

Saloon: Moving aft, you step up and into the saloon. The 7'1” headroom helps make this already huge area seem even grander. There are two overhead hatches and six large fixed lights in addition to the 12-volt lighting that keeps this area well lit. To starboard, there is a large U-shaped dinette. The table has leaves that fold in to make a coffee table size top if desired and makes moving around the table practically effortless. The table has drawer storage underneath it. Behind and below the dinette seating there is a tremendous amount of storage; behind and along the hull are large louvered door lockers. On the port side of the cabin is an 80" long settee. Drawer storage is beneath the settee, with more storage behind the seatbacks and locker storage above that. On the forward end of the settee is an end table with two drawers.

Nav station:   Aft of the settee on port is the navigation station. Facing aft, there is a comfortable swivel arm-chair to help make those long sessions there seem shorter. This area is just packed with almost every electronic gadget imaginable, including Sat TV controls, SSB, Sat phone, cell phone, connections for laptop weather fax and email, etc., etc.... Continuing aft of the nav station, you take one step down and pass through a door into the engine room, which is described later in this listing. Headroom is 6’ 8” in here. 

Galley: Moving aft of the dinette on the starboard side is an L-shaped galley that has more counter space than a lot of homes and over 16 cubic feet of refrigeration. The sink is mounted toward the centerline and has double door lockers and storage beneath it. Outboard of the sink is the countertop access trash bin; there is a drawer above that. Turning the corner along the hull there is the top access freezer followed by the Force 10 stove, with pan storage and a drawer beneath it.  Continuing further aft is a locker followed by the top access refrigeration unit.  Above the counter are the microwave and shelving running the length of the countertop with sliding acrylic doors.  Above that is shelf space the length of the galley with a taffrail. Across from the countertop in the corridor is the washer-dryer unit and a rack-mounted organizer basket system for lots of additional storage. With a large amount of counter space, this is a natural spot for it, because it's an ideal space for folding clothes. Lighting is provided by 2 overhead lights and 3 fluorescent counter lights.  There are 2 fixed lights in the housetop as well.  Headroom is 6’4”.

Master Stateroom:  Continuing aft from the galley you step into the master stateroom. There is a walk around queen centerline berth with drawer storage below it. On each side along the hull there is a cedar-lined hanging locker, taff railed shelf space along the length of each side of the hull and lots of drawer storage underneath the shelves. Across from the foot of the bed is a vanity, with drawers, a molded sink and countertop and a large mirror behind it. The cabin has a Jensen CD player and speakers, a RAM mike and a Raymarine remote autopilot. Lighting and ventilation are provided by two portlights at the head of the bed, three portlights along the port & starboard sides of the cabin, one large overhead hatch, a Hella fan and a number of lights. Headroom is 6’4”.

Aft head: Off of the owner’s cabin is another tiled head with a Vacuflush head, storage lockers, a hatch and port for ventilation and a separate shower. The headroom in the shower is 6’2”, headroom at the toilet is 6’4”.

 

Galley
  • Corian bullnose countertops 
  • Deep double stainless steel sinks
  • Stainless steel hot/cold water mixer
  • Frigoboat refrigeration ('10)
  • Frigoboat freezer (needs service; '10)
  • Both fridge and freezer units are top access w/gas assist lids
  • Force 10 4 burner stove with oven and broiler
  • 11 lb. aluminum LPG tanks (2)
  • Trident Fiberglass dedicated LPG locker
  • LPG control
  • Xintex propane fume detector
  • Oster microwave oven
  • Built-in trash bin
  • Wall-mounted organizer bins
  • Splendide combo 2000 washer dryer
Heads

Forward head:

  • Ceramic tiled floors
  • Corian bullnose countertop with integrally molded sink
  • Hot and cold water mixer
  • Separate shower stall with seat
  • Single lever hot/cold water mixer
  • Sprayer wand on hose with wall mount
  • Vacuflush electric head
  • ElectroScan waste treatment device (’13)

 

Aft head:

  • Corian bullnose countertop with integrally molded sink in stateroom
  • Hot and cold water mixer
  • Ceramic tiled floors in head and shower
  • Separate shower stall with seat
  • Single lever hot/cold water mixer
  • Wall mounted sprayer wand on hose
  • Vacuflush electric head
  • ElectroScan waste treatment device (’13)
Water Systems
  • 400 gallons of fresh-water tankage
  • Fresh water pump
  • Hurricane hydronic hot water and heating system ('10)
  • 6 gallon hot water heater
  • 500GPH forward electric bilge pump
  • 3700GPH engine room electric bilge pump
  • Whale manual bilge pump
  • Saltwater deck wash-down
Hull and Deck

The hull on the Antigua 51 is solid fiberglass FRP construction, full keeled with a cutaway forefoot for good tracking and responsiveness when coming about. The rudder is skeg hung and the keel is internally ballasted. The deck is balsa cored with solid backing plates in high load areas. There are boarding gates on port and starboard as well as one on the transom to the swim platform. The stern ladder also has handrails extending from the deck to the swim platform.

  • Hand laid fiberglass hull with cutaway forefoot keel
  • Bottom peeled and barrier coated ('15)
  • Deck and housetop Awlgripped ('15)
  • Rub strake with stainless steel cap
  • Slotted aluminum toe rail
  • Double stainless steel bow roller
  • 88# Delta anchor w/200' of 3/8" chain
  • 65# Claw anchor w/50' of 3/8" chain & 150' 3/4" nylon rode
  • 60# CQR w/100’ of 3/8” chain
  • 50# Chromed CQR w/200’ of ¾” nylon rode
  • Fortress FX-11 stern anchor
  • Electric anchor windlass with up and down footswitches
  • Helm windlass remote
  • Stainless steel mooring cleats (12)
  • 27” stainless steel stanchions with vinyl-coated double lifelines
  • Port and starboard boarding gates
  • Stainless steel and teak swim ladder with grab rails
  • Teak swim platform
  • Stainless steel housetop grab rails
  • Opening ports (11)
  • Fixed lights (6)
  • Removable storm shutters on all fixed lights
  • 6 Bowmar overhead hatches (2 in ‘20)
  • Rigid fiberglass Bimini top on an aluminum frame
  • Full cockpit enclosure (new Isinglass ’20)
  • Aluminum electronics and equipment arch behind the cockpit
  • Teak and plexiglass companionway doors
  • Solid companionway drop board
  • Hydrovane wind vane self-steering
Sails and Rigging

The Antigua is strongly built and designed for offshore passages; her rig is no exception. Her double spreader mast is keel stepped and has 3/8" stainless steel wire rigging. There are running backstays and an inner forestay/

  • ProFurl roller furler
  • Keel-stepped double spreader aluminum mast
  • Awlgripped mast and boom
  • 1x19 stainless steel wire shrouds with turnbuckles
  • Outboard mounted uppers and inboard-mounted lowers provide easy access on deck
  • Insulated backstay for SSB/Ham
  • Inner cutter stay for hank-on sail
  • Running backstays
  • Rigid boom vang
  • Dutchman boom brake
  • Antal low-friction mast track
  • Stainless cradle on the aft end of the boom
  • Mast mounted whisker pole sockets (‘13)
  • Two 15’ carbon fiber whisker poles (never used; ‘13)
  • Stanchion-mounted whisker pole chocks port and starboard (‘13)
  • Whisker pole halyards (2)
  • Doyle stack pack with lazy jacks (’12)
  • Lewmar #8 reefing winch on the boom 
  • Spinlock line clutches on the boom (2)
  • Lewmar #40 self-tailing halyard winch on the mast (2)
  • Lewmar #16 on the mast
  • Spinlock line clutch on the mast
  • Maxwell 500 electric spinnaker & staysail halyard winch
  • Lewmar #40 two speed self-tailing main sheet winches (2)
  • Antal line clutches (5)
  • Lewmar #52 two speed self-tailing main sheet primary winches (2)
  • Two Lewmar #44 two speed self-tailing secondary winches (‘06)
  • Spinlock line clutches on secondary winches
  • UK full battened main (very good; ’10)
  • UK 150 Genoa (very good; ‘10)
  • Doyle Gennaker (flown only once; ‘03)
  • Doyle Asymmetrical (never flown; ’13)
  • Doyle Staysail (never used)
  • Dole Storm Jib (never used)
  • Spinnaker halyards (2)
  • Spare main halyard
Engine and Machinery

The engine room is just that- a room. There is a door at the base of the companionway to port. One step down and you are in the engine room, complete with a bench vise, tub storage and good room to get at everything. The hot water heaters and filters, water maker and batteries are all in here as well. There are tub storage areas for parts and fluids. What a great space!

  • Perkins 4-236 four-cylinder 84 HP diesel engine with 2503 engine hours
  • Borg Warner Velvet Drive transmission (approx. 100 hours; ’13)
  • 400-gallon diesel fuel tank
  • Electric fuel pump
  • Filter Boss 90 fuel polishing system (’14) 
  • Racor fuel filter on genset
  • Oil change system
  • 3- blade 24" Max-Prop (‘05)
  • Spare 2 blade Max-Prop
  • Fiberglass steering pedestal
  • Stainless steel destroyer wheel
  • Single lever throttle control
  • Cruiseair 16,000 BTU reverse cycle heat/ac units in the saloon
  • Webasto 10,000 BTU reverse cycle heat/ac units in forward and master staterooms (’20) 
  • Vetus 12512 bow thruster with helm remote
  • Ritchie compass
  • Bench vise
Electrical
  • 50A 240V shore power connection w/50’ cordNewmar 120V AC electric panel with volt and amp meters
  • 2x30A>50A splitter
  • 120V receptacles throughout with GFCI protection
  • Newmar 12v DC electric panel with volt and amp meters
  • Blue Sea Systems auxiliary 12v panel
  • Magnum MS28122800w pure shine inverter/ 125A charger ('10)
  • Magnum ME-RC remote control ('10)
  • Blue Sea Systems 120A automatic charging relay switch
  • Balmar 110 amp alternator
  • Eight Lifeline GPL-6CT 300AH AGM house batteries (’10)
  • West Marine Group 24 flooded cell starting batteries (2)
  • Blue Sea Systems battery selector switches (2)
  • Xantrex Link Lite battery monitor
  • Eclectic Energy D400 wind generators (2)
  • Four 210W Solar panels (’10)
  • Flexmax Outback Power Systems 80A solar charge controller ('10)
  • Kohler 9KW Genset (2052 hrs.)
  • GoLight spotlights fore and aft with remote at helm
  • Deck lights on spreaders 
Electronics

There's not much more I can think of that you can put on a boat as far as electronics. All of the electronics have been installed since 2003. The ICOM M802 Ham/SSB is set up to provide weather fax and email on your laptop. Radar, multiple chart plotter displays, sat phone, TracVision TV, Email & cell phone booster (up to 60 miles offshore!), MOB locater- heck, even an autopilot remote in bed for Pete's sake! Plenty of power to run it all too.

Helm:

  • Furuno mast-mounted radar with stainless steel guard (’10)
  • Garmin 225 color chart plotter (’10)
  • Nauticomp waterproof VGA monitor 
  • Raymarine ST6002 autopilot
  • Autohelm wind
  • Autohelm speed and trip log
  • Autohelm depth
  • Vigil RT80 VHF w/external speaker
  • ICOM RAM mike
  • JVC cockpit speakers
  • RT-202 CREWFINDER direction finder

 

Nav station:

  • Raymarine autopilot remote
  • Iridium satellite phone (requires subscription)
  • Furuno Fax-30 weatherfax networked to plotter
  • Furuno FA-50 AIS transceiver networked to plotter
  • ICOM M604 VHF radio
  • Loud hailer
  • ICOM M802 Ham/SSB interfaced to GPS
  • ICOM AT-140 HF auto tuner
  • ICOM SP-24 remote speaker
  • Kenwood TM-D700 Dual Bander VHF Ham radio
  • SCS Pactor Pro 2 PTC11P modem
  • Kenwood Tribander TH-F6 hand-held radio
  • Digital Antenna Corp. 20DB gain booster
  • Powermax cellular dual band amplifier
  • KVH TracVision gyrocompass stabilized satellite TV antenna
  • Boston Acoustics stereo speakers (2)

 

Other electronics:

  • Cable TV/Phone shore connection
  • Skyscan atomic clock electronics

 

Guest Stateroom:

  • RCA flat-screen TV 
  • Sanyo VCR

 

Master Stateroom:

  • Raymarine autopilot remote 
  • Radio Shack VHF remote speaker
  • Insignia 15” flat-screen TV 
  • West Marine CD player
  • Jensen CD/MP3 player
  • Polk Audio speakers
Other Equipment

There are so many other items on board it's too lengthy to list it all, but just about everything you could think of for offshore cruising is on this Antigua 51!  She is about as loaded with gear as any boat I have represented.

  • Viking Offshore six-person life raft w/hydrostatic release
  • ACR 406 Mhz EPIRB
  • Forespar MOB pole with strobe and horseshoe
  • Lifesling rescue system
  • 12V spotlight
  • Kato stainless steel folding dinghy davits
  • Avon 10’2” RIB dingy (no title available)
  • Mercury 15hp outboard motor (’05)
  • Forespar engine hoist
  • Edson outboard motor pad
  • Cockpit cushions
  • Fiberglass cockpit table and cup holders
  • Starboard binoculars holder
  • Fenders
  • Dock lines
  • Deck box on the aft deck
  • Portable swim ladder
  • Tracy five-step boarding stairs with handrail
  • Force 10 LPG gas grill
  • Lots of spare parts
Exclusions

Owner’s personal effects and any items not specifically described in this listing.

Disclaimer

Potential purchasers should assume that any items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this specification sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Specifications are provided for information purposes. Data was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Engine hours are approximate, may be reported verbally by the seller, and are recorded at the time and date of the original listing of this vessel. Owner's use during the time of this listing may affect the total engine hours upon a prospective buyer's inspection. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, consumptions, capacities and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided, and agrees to instruct his/her agents or his/her surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. This vessel is subject to sale, price and inventory changes or withdrawal from market without notice.


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