Marten 49 Carrera


Marten 49 Carrera
Marten 49
Hull material
Auckland New Zealand
New Zealand
Competitive IRC performer
Carrera has proved to fulfil both the race and cruise life of the Marten 49. Family Holidays at both the Bay of Islands (NZ) and also the Whitsunday Islands in Australia. Race results including a second place at Hamilton Island Race Week in Premier IRC
    Azzura Marina
    Reichel Pugh/Marten Yachts
    Design notes
    All joinery is built and finished to Marten Yachts high quality finish. The modern interior is lightweight construction finished with a blend of standard veneers and painted surfaces. All doors consist of an aluminium honeycomb core with veneer or painted surface.
    Yanmar Sail Drive 75Hp
    Engines notes
    The sound insulated engine box is situated beneath the companionway stairs and between the aft cabins.75 HP, 4 Cyl, Yanmar 4JH4-TCE diesel engine, with leg drive and Briski 18” two (2) bladed folding propeller.Engine instrument panel - including RPM-meter, acoustic alarm for oil pressure and cooling water temperature is fitted adjacent to stbd helm station in cockpit side. Throttle control is mounted on the starboard combing. Twin wheel steering, carbon 1050 mm diameter wheels wire steering and composite quadrant. A pare stainless emergency tiller is provided
    430 TBCl
    Tanks notes
    Stainless steel diesel tank approximately 170 litres with shut off valve, baffles, water separator and deck fill cap. Tank volume capacity is displayed at the nav station. Hot and cold pressurised water. Water 2 x 140L plastic tankswith deck fill caps and vents. Tank volume capacity is displayed at the nav station. A 21-litre hot water tank (80 degrees C) heated by either the main engine or shore power. 75 litre polypropylene holding tank for wast from the two toilets Electric pump for tank discharge or direct overboard diversion
    Berths number
    Cabins number
    Accommodations notes
    Master Cabin Double berth with storage beneath Wardrobe with hanging space Side sofa seat Opening deck hatch 350 x 240 Aft Cabins (Two) Double berth Wardrobe incorporating bedside unit and shelf above Two Opening cockpit port lights in each cabin Saloon Curved sofa to port with storage underneath and lee cloth Dining table Utility locker Opening 350 x 240 deck hatches (2)
    Galley notes
    Working surfaces are hardwearing acrylic 3 burner gas stove and oven 50 litre front opening fridge 75 litre top opening freezer Stainless steel sink with mixer tap for hot / cold pressurised water Saltwater foot pump Four 30cm wide drawers Upper overhead cabinet for galley equipment and food storage Windows & Port lights Two (4) opening port lights in cockpit One (1) large acrylic sliding companionway hatch with acrylic washboards One (1) large hinged aft lazarette flush hatch in cockpit floor Two (2) acrylic saloon windows set flush into cabin top Forepeak Sail storage locker in the foredeck with flush composite hatch lid. Self-draining anchor locker with hinged flush composite hatch lids Forepeak hatch Flushed composite hatch lid Helm Station Compass on top of each steering pedestal (two in total).
    Electrical notes
    Main switch boards - one for navigation equipment and for the yacht’s service facilities - and another for shore/generator powered system, containing fuses, switches with indication diodes, and readouts for amp, voltage and tank volumes. 2 main switches 1 x 185 ampH Gel Battery for engine 2 x 185 ampH Gel Batteries for service/electronics. Engine mounted 80 ampH/12 V alternator - and a shore powered battery charger 220 V - 12V/25 amp. Switchboard mounted breakers for hot water, accommodation power and battery charger and 220 V sockets in each cabin and in the galley. Shore power socket is located aft. There are circuit breakers on shore supply, 10m-shore power cable with standard plugs. Lighting Halogen spot lighting integrated into the headliner throughout the yacht. Halogen spot reading lights in main cabin as well as by each berth. Halogen spotlight with flexible arm by the nav station. Forward deck floodlight and compass light. Red and green nav lights. Steaming nav light. Stern nav light. Anchor light. Navigation lights upgraded to Lopo System
    Quantum – Code 1 Fusion Jib (May 2008) Code 2 Evolution (2014) Code 3 Evolution (2013) Code 4 Evolution (2013) Furler Cruising sail Quantum Fusion 2000 Code 0 A-sail upgraded to furler (2015) Code R1 A-sail 2015 Code R3 A-sail 1x2000 & 1x2015 Fractional A-sail (With snuffer sleeve) Quantum Fusion Offshore Mainsail Evolution inshore race Mainsail Staysail (secondhand)
    Southern Spars New Zealand
    Carbon boom with 2 internal reefing lines and outhaul, integrated attachments for mainsheet block an
    Spars and rigging notes
    Lifting Keel Lifting keel is raised and lowered with a hydraulic lifting ram and dedicated hydraulic powered pump. Rudder The rudderstock is laminated with carbon fibre with a composite blade. Rudder bearings are JP3. Mast Carbon double swept back spreader, tapered mast painted black. Rod rigging Windex with light, Steaming light. Twin groove Harken furler system on forestay Rig Systems The backstay is adjusted with a hydraulic hand pump. Mechanical adjustable vang via line led to cockpit. All sail adjustment lines lead aft to the cockpit Standing Rigging Discontinuous rod rigging, rod forestay and rod perm backstay. Turnbuckles for top shrouds and intermediates are all of easy adjustable racing quality. Mainsheet - Spectra Mainsheet car control lines - Spectra Genoa sheets - Spectra Genoa cars - control lines - Spectra Cunningham - Spectra 2:1 mainsail halyard Two (2) masthead spinnaker halyard – Spectra One (1) fractional spinnaker halyard – Spectra One (1) genoa halyard – Vectran One (1) main boom topping lift – Spectra Four (4) 15m mooring lines – Polyester Four (4) fenders with lanyards
    All cabin top hatches are Marten carbon flush fitting with polycarbonate lids. Hatches to Lazeret
    Deck equipment notes
    Master Head Separate toilet / shower area (Toilet upgrade to Electric) Hand basin Vanity unit Upgraded Opening 500 x 500 hatch in the deck Main Heads Manual pump toilet (Upgraded to electric) Moulded GRP sink with mixer tap for hot and cold pressurised water Paper holder Towel hooks Front opening locker with mirrors Electric bilge pump One opening hatch in the deck 350 x 240 Interior Hardware Interior taps, shower fittings and door fittings are “ideal standard” and “Dalco” or similar. Interior Appliances The galley will be fitted with the following • Gimballed 3 burner gas stove • Front loading fridge • Top loading freezer Floorboards Floorboards are plywood construction with teak surfaces. Upholstery Cushions are made from multi density layers of foam. Upholstery is covered with ‘Macro suede’ or similar material. Deck fittings Mooring Cleats Four (4) pop up deck cleats on the side deck Pushpit Two aft pushpits with stern nav light Pulpit Bow rails with separate green/red nav lights. Stanchions & lifelines Twelve (12) Stainless steel stanchions in bases Double 1 x 19 wire lifelines with turnbuckles Scuppers, locker drains Scuppers are fitted to the aft corners of the cockpit. Cockpit floors have sufficient fall to guarantee good drainage. Deck hardware Tracks & Deck hardware Toe rail forward of the mast. Two (2) 600 mm genoa tracks with two (2) adjustable genoa cars 2,500 mm mainsheet traveller track and car Teak foot chock on centreline in forward section of cockpit Teak foot chocks for helm and mainsheet station. Pad Eyes Eight (8) Pad eyes: Two (2) for holding and parking spare halyards. Two (2) for spinnaker blocks Two (2) for spinnaker tweakers, Two (2) on the gunwhale for jib sheeting. Deck gear Spinlock jammers on halyards, reef and control lines. Trim lines, mainsheet and halyards led under deck to winches. All blocks are ball bearing. Winches Primaries: Two (2) Harken B 60.3 STA or similar Secondaries: Two (2) Harken B 48.2 STA or similar Halyards: Two (2) Harken B 48.2 STA or similar (One (1) electric) Handles: Two (2) double handles with lock / Two (2) single handles with lock
    Safety equipment notes
    The yacht is built in accordance with the European CE-Certification and meets the requirements of the Recreational Craft Directive 84/25/EC and the amendment 2003/44/EC.
    Cast Iron Fin/Lead Bulb
    Construction notes
    Hull Construction The hull is constructed with carbon fibre pre preg using the SPRINT build system with CoreCell foam cores. It is reinforced at high stress areas with carbon fibre. Internal structure The bulkheads, structural frames, longitudinales and the centre case are constructed from carbon SPRINT materials with CoreCell foam core. Deck construction Decks are constructed from carbon with foam core. Details for flush hatches; cockpits, lockers and lazerette access hatches are moulded into the deck during construction Chain plates Carbon fibre chainplates built into hull laminate. Hull paint All exterior surfaces are painted with epoxy undercoats and Awlgrip 2000 polyurethane topcoat to a standard range of light colours. The waterline and boot top line will be painted in a single colour. Underwater surfaces will be coated with epoxy undercoat and International ‘long life’ antifoul paint. All paints to be applied in accordance with manufacturer’s specifications and will be covered by the manufacturer’s warranty. Deck paint All deck exterior surfaces where not covered with teak decking (if chosen), are painted with two pack epoxy undercoats and Awlgrip 2000 polyurethane topcoats to a standard range of light colours. Medium grip non skid on designated horizontal areas. Sign writing The name of the vessel and hailing port will be displayed on the transom and will be applied in computer cut vinyl. JOINERY& INTERIOR LAYOUT Joinery is constructed from lightweight cored panels. The general interior is finished in a combination of painted or timber veneer surfaces. Veneer is Anegre. Interior timber joinery is finished in a semi gloss clear coat
    Extra notes
    Custom additions Navigation area has custom layout Helm seat and gas bottle storage Stern boarding platform with fold away swim ladder Transom H/C pressure shower in platform area Teak decks Pipe berths in aft cabins (1 in each cabin) Upgraded Anchor Upgraded LOPO navigation lights Modified Steering Pedestals Remote anchor control from starboard pedestal Fold Down Spray Dodger Harken Forestay Furler Removable Teak Cockpit Table with protective stowage bag Water Maker Aramid Backstay Invertor