1988 Jongert Deck Salon
Luxurious accommodations from one of Europe's finest builders. Pilothouse. Split Rig.
Some refurbishing required. Last survey 2018. Please call for details.
Next Generation Yachting is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Able YachtPro.(6657113)
LOA96 ft 6 in - 29.41 meter
Beam21 ft 6 in - 6.55 meter
Draft - max12 ft 6 in - 3.81 meter
Number of Rooms4
LocationFort Lauderdale, FL, US
Flag of Registry
Available for sale in U.S. watersYes
Length96 ft - 29.26 meter
LOA:96 ft 6 in - 29.41 meter
Beam:21 ft 6 in - 6.55 meter
Draft - max:12 ft 6 in - 3.81 meter
Fuel Tank:700 gallons - 2 tank(s)
Fresh Water Tank:450 gallons - 2 tank(s)
Holding Tank:275 gallons - 2 tank(s)
Designed by Peter Beeldsnijder and Peter Sijm
La Perla is a true BLUE WATER yacht. This MOTORSAILER has a generously proportioned FLYBRIDGE.
LOA: 96' 6"
LWL: 69' 9"
Beam: 21' 6"
Draft" 12' 6"
Ballast: 22000 lbs.
Fuel 1465 gallons
Hull Bottom and Topsides
Bottom stripped to bare metal and refinished in 2008. Hull audiogauged in 2010.
Hull Awlgripped in 2005.
Bottom paint renewed in 2015 Two coats of Micron 33
Bottom cleaned by divers, March 2020. Video available.
Sails and Rigging
In mast furling,
New sails, never used.
Rondal and Reckmann furlers rebuilt in 2005
Masts and booms reconditioned and repainted in 2005
LA PERLA is boarded on either port or starboard side of the on-deck covered dining /cockpit area. The entrance to the main salon is on the port side of the covered cockpit and is down four steps. The salon is finished in satin finished teak that Jongert is famous for. To port is a built-in stereo center with built-in storage drawers for china and cutlery. The starboard side of the main salon features an L-shaped couch measuring approximately 12 feet in total and there is a custom teak/hydraulic table that opens automatically and converts itself from a cocktail to dining table. The Deck Salon feature allows one to look out, while seated, through large windows both port and starboard. Additionally, there is a double set of windows to the aft cockpit and the long view forward through the raised pilothouse, contributes to an overall feeling of spaciousness and essentially 360 degree views from LA PERLA's salon.
Sleeps seven in three double cabins plus room for four crew in two double staterooms. The Master cabin has transom windows,
Three watertight Bulkheads
Engine and Propulsion Sytem
Caterpillar 3406 Inboard Diesel 400HP (straight six cylinder new in 2001). Shaft system rebuilt in 2010.
Four blade 32" custom made bronze propeller, as part of a 25K rebuild - shaft, strut etc.
Rudder system rebuilt in 2010.
Electronics and Navigation
VHF Radios ICOM M604 and ICOM 504
- Weather Fax 207 (not working)
- Knotlog, Depth Sounder, Wind Speed and Direction
- GPS and Plotter
- Rudder Angle
- Navnet Radar #1 and 2
- Universal AIS
Simrad AUTOPILOT AP24
B&G Backup Depth Sounder
HP Pavillion desktop PC, 3 x Pc monitors
EPIRB ACR Globalfix (expired)
Custom Built Refrigerator and Freezer
Teka electric stove with5 burners
OVEN: one Miele, plus one Princess with extractor fan
U-Line Ice maker
Dish Washer, Coffee Maker, Corian Countertops,
Two Izuzu 75 KW Generators new in 2001. Hours : port 3145, Stbd 2652.
All new DC battery system in 2019. Battery Charger and Inverter.
TELEVISIONS: Toshiba Satellite TV with three receivers
VIDEO RECORDERS: Panasonic DVD, JVC VCR
Weems and Plath CLOCK and BAROMETER
AIR CONDITIONING: Technicold Two 3Ton Marine Air Chillers. EIGHT ZONES.
Bow Thruster is 80 HP Manheim Rexroth Hydraulic which runs off the main engine
Bauer Air Compressor for dive tanks
Watermaker currently pickled.
2 x 180 # CQR Anchors, 300' of 5/8" chain, "Ideal" Hydraulic Windlass (rebuilt in 2008),
14.5' Brig RIB with Yamaha 50 HP outboard
Aft deck The covered cockpit measures approximately 10x12 feet and is suitable for dining eight in comfort. With the hard top above, this area provides protection from sun or rain. With a three-sided soft enclosure can provide full protection enclosed or be wide open to catch the breeze.
Findings and recommendations:
TOPSIDES AND BOTTOM
The painted topsides were inspected from the dock only. There are a few minor blisters, mainly below the rails and by the ports. These should be ground out, filled and touched up with matching paint.
The bottom was cleaned by a team of divers. The bow thruster, keel, rudder, shaft and prop are in satisfactory condition.
DECKS AND SUPERSTRUCTURE
The superstructure is in fair condition.
Painted surfaces should be compounded and waxed. Minor chips, scratches and crazes should be ground out and filled and refinished.
Some wood deterioration was noted on the flybridge. The wood should be removed and replaced with a weather resistant construction material and repainted.
The teak decks need attention. Some areas are lifting and should be removed to allow for repairs to the sub deck plating.
The pulpits and lifelines were inspected. They all appeared to be in good condition and to be well secured to the deck.
The lifejackets were found to be in serviceable condition. They are adequate in number for a vessel of this size.
The anchors were found to be in serviceable condition. They are adequate in size for the vessel.
INTERIOR AND STRUCTURE
The frames, floors and plating were found to be in generally good condition, however, there are several areas of minor corrosion. These should be cleaned to bare metal and painted, to prevent further deterioration.
There are several interior leaks evident from the overhead panels which can be traced to compromised deck areas.
The bilges should be routinely cleaned and kept dry.
The fire extinguishers and automatic system have been recently serviced and recertified. This should be repeated on an annual basis.
The steering gear was inspected. All appeared to be in good working order.
The electrical wiring system appeared to be in good condition and to be in accordance with marine specifications.
The batteries are properly secured in boxes with cabin soles acting as lids.
PLUMBING SYSTEM AND TANKS
The seacocks appear to be in generally fair condition. They should be cleaned and serviced on a regular basis.
The 24 volt bilge pump appeared to be in working order.
Inspection of the fuel and water tanks, where accessible, revealed all to be in fair condition.
Minor corrosion was noted on the tank tops. They should be cleaned and painted with a corrosion inhibitor to prevent further material loss.
Some deterioration was noted to the air conditioning piping and valves. The deteriorated valves should be replaced. The deteriorated piping should be repaired or replaced.
ENGINES AND MACHINERY
The engines and generators were inspected, where accessible, externally. All was found to be in good condition with no obvious signs of fuel, oil, or water leaks.
The engines and generators should be thoroughly serviced. The oil, filters, coolant, hoses, belts, etc. should be replaced as necessary.
Some deterioration was noted on the engine exhaust piping in the engine room. The
deteriorated material should be cut out and replaced.
MASTS AND RIGGING
The masts, standing and running rigging was inspected from deck level. All appeared to be in fair condition.
Air switches have to be repaired or replaced. Hydraulic backstay adjusters may need to be rebuilt or replaced.
The dinghy davit appeared to be in good condition.
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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