Here is the beautiful classic A rater from the boards of Sparkman & Stephens, Kialoa II, design 1713. She was built of aluminum by Yacht Dynamics of Harbor City, California and launched in 1964.
Here is a photo sequence from the time of her launch.
The following is a description of her interior arrangement. Her interior layout has been altered slightly from the original plans. The original general arrangement can be found by following the link to the blog posting about this design by clicking here. Here's a sketch of the current arrangement.
The large forepeak contains the chain locker and storage space for sails, lines and other equipment. A large hatch gives access to the deck. The forward stateroom has a double berth to port and a single to starboard, entrance to the port head with shower, two large lockers for hanging clothes, 5 drawers in the bureau, and 16 drawers under the bunks. A door leads aft to a passageway by the mast.
The saloon has a large teak dining table with drop sides which seats a maximum of 10. There are 4 berths, two port and two starboard. The lower settees pull out to form 29" wide bunks, one 6"-4" long, the other over 7' long. The upper quarter berths are 26" wide and 6"-4" long. There are two hanging lockers, one on each side, a bureau with 4 drawers, and 9 drawers under the bunks. Life jackets and ships spares are stowed under the upper bunks. A door opposite the mast section leads to the forward starboard head.
The next compartment aft has the galley to port, with a gimbaled serving counter, a three burner gimbaled propane range, two refrigerator/freezer boxes, electric toaster and blender and numerous drawers and cabinets. On the starboard side there is a settee and an upper bunk similar to those in the saloon. There are 9 drawers for storage on this side.
The third head, with shower, is just aft of the settee and bunk. The main propulsion and generator engines are located under the cabin sole. The deckhouse is reached by climbing 3 steps, which pull out for access to the machinery area below. The navigation table, with drawers for charts and books, is on the port side forward, along with the electronic instruments.
The main ship electrical control panel is located in the passagway leading to this compartment. On the starboard side there is a double bunk, 55" width by 6' 4" length and a pilot berth, 5' 10" length, on the port side.
Aft by the hatch is an electrical panel for engine control, navigation and deck illumination, and alarm and status functions. The area under the deckhouse contains the battery chargers, refrigeration equipment, bilge pumps, storage batteries, watermaker, dive compressors, diesel fuel system, emergency bilge pump and electric generator, and ships spares and tools. Aft of the deckhouse, under the cockpit, is a small workshop, tool chest, steering system and autopilot, and storage.
Aft of the cockpit the lazarette is accessed through two hatches and is used for storage of fenders, mooring lines and garbage.
Mainsail 951 sq ft
Fore triangle 1,180 sq ft
Mizzen 260 sq ft
Total rated sail area 2,400 sq ft
No.1 Genoa 1,900 sq ft
Spinnakers about 4,000 sq ft
Mast height 91 ft above waterline
Spinnaker pole length 30'-6"
J (mast to jib tack) 27'-5"
P (luff main) 76'-7"
E (foot main) 24'-10"
P (luff mizzen) 40'-8"
E (foot mizzen) 13'-2"
IOR rating (in 1976) 62.5' ft
Galley - Three burner gimballed propane range with oven and broiler. Two sinks with fresh and salt water, gimballed serving counter, good counter space and storage.
Refrigeration - Two 10 cubic foot built-in boxes, which may be set for either refrigeration or freezer temperatures. Independent 12 volt compressors with keel cooled condensers.
Electrical - 12 volt DC and 120 volt AC. Three 12 volt house battery banks, 370 ampere hours each. One 12 volt engine battery, 220 ampere hours. Main interior lighting is 12 volt fluorescent. 110 volt AC, 5.5 KW from diesel generator, 2000 watt inverter operates smaller AC loads from 12 volt system. Also 110/220 volt shore power system.
Battery charging - 120 amp alternator plus 100 amp 115 volt chargers on generator. Two alternators on main engine with combined 200 amp output.
Fuel - 320 gallons in four integral tanks. Four flexible deck tanks with 140 gallon capacity can be used when necessary. Maximum cruising range under engine (calm seas) is about 1100 nautical miles.
Fresh water - 400 gallons in three integral tanks. 20 gallon hot water tank, heated by cooling water of either engine, or by 115 volt AC. Also 400 gallon/day reverse osmosis watermaker.
Heads - Three heads, two forward and one aft. Showers in two of these heads, and fresh water shower on deck.
Sun shade - Bimini cover over cockpit for tropics usable while sailing. Awnings which cover most of the deck for use while at anchor.
Dinghies - 13 foot Avon 7 person inflatable with 25 HP Mariner outboard, and 11 foot West Marine inflatable with 10 HP Nissan outboard.
Life rafts - Two, Fujikura 8 man in hard container on deck, Fujikura 8 man stored below deck.
Fire extinguishers - Seven: Two automatic halons in engine compartment, hand halons in galley and at helm, Size 2 C02 in deckhouse, and 2 Size 1 dry powder types in forward stateroom and fore peak.
- ICOM SSB ship to shore radio with 700 watt amplifier
- ICOM VHF radio
- Trimble INMARSAT C digital satellite communications system,will handle e-mail over the internet, Telex, weather and position reports, and emergency alarm.
- handheld ICOM VHF
- spare VHF
- Sony SSB portable receiver
- Trimble GPS,
- Trimble GPS as part of INMARSAT system
- Furuno radar
- Maricom RDF (Radio Direction Finder)
Three steering compasses, Brookes and Gatehouse log, wind speed,wind direction and depth sounder, Bearing compass, and sextants and celestial position calculators.
Computers: Laptop Zenith 486, Laptop Compaq 486, Macintosh Performa, 2 printers
Emergency Location and alarm: ACR Type 406 EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon) coded to Kialoa, older ACR Type B EPIRB, and Trimble INMARSAT C system.
Autopilot:Autohelm 7000 hydraulic autopilot, and two spare mechanical 7000 and 6000 Autohelm autopilots.
Radio, CD and Tape Cassette sound system
Dive equipment: Low pressure compressor for shallow diving with a hose (Huka). High pressure compressor for filling dive tanks, 4 dive tanks, and one set of diving gear.
Gasoline powered emergency bilge pump.
Gasoline powered emergency generator.
Alarm systems - Engine oil pressure and coolant, bilge water, fuel level, shaft brake and propane alarms.
Steering - Two rudders. Originally Kialoa had one rudder attached to the full keel. In 1968 this was converted to a trim tab and a spade rudder was added aft. They are operated by concentric steering wheels that may be locked together.
Winches - One pair 4-speed pedestal grinder type primary winches. 25 other winches, mostly Barient. Self-tailing Lewmar winches for main and mizzen halyards.
Anchors - 105 lb. CQR main, 65 lb. CQR second, 35 LB Danforth reserve. Nilsson 3000 vertical electric windlass, 350 ft. 3/8 hi-test chain, 1000 ft. 3/4 nylon rode.
Hull - 5086 aluminum plate over 2-3/4 x 1-1/2 6061 aluminum angle frames on 18 in. centers, all formed to vessel lines. Plate thickness varies from 1/2" in keel, 3/8" in bilges, to 1/4" in topsides. Lead keel is internal. In 1968 approximately 6,000 lbs of lead was added to the keel, increasing the original design draft of 10'-4" to 11'-3".
Main mast - Elliptical, 16" x 10", 91 feet long, rolled from 5086 aluminum plate in 3 sections, sleeved and welded. 1/4" thickness bottom two sections, 3/16" tapered top section.
Sail plan - Originally Kialoa II was sloop rigged and had a 34 foot main boom which extended almost to the wheel. In 1968 the boom was shortened to 25 feet and a mizzen was added. After that time she was raced both with and without the mizzen, depending on the expected race conditions and the rules in effect.
She is currently on the market for €790,000. Please contact our brokerage department for additional information. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org