LESTRALAUR
140' (42.67m) John Manly
LOA: 140' 0" (42.67m)
Beam: 27' 5" (8.36m)
Min Draft:
Max Draft: Max 8' 0" (2.44m)
Speed:
Cruising 16 knots
Max 20 knots
Year: Mfg-1981
Model-1981
Refit-2010
Builder: John Manly
Type:
Expedition Yacht
Price: $1,900,000 USD
Location: San Diego, California, United States
Additional Specifications For LESTRALAUR:
LOA: 140' 0" (42.67m)
Beam: 27' 5" (8.36m)
Min Draft:
Max Draft: 8' 0" (2.44m)
Hull Material: Aluminum
Hull Config: Semi-Displacement
Hull Designer:
Deck Material: Aluminum
Tonnage: 162
Range:
Int Designer:
Ext Designer:
Fuel Capacity: 23,000 g (87,064 l)
Water Capacity: 1,000 g (3,785 l)
Holding Tank:
Flag: US
Location: San Diego, California United States
Price: $1,900,000 USD
Year: Mfg-1981 Model-1981
Refit-2010
Builder: John Manly
Model: Custom
Type:
Expedition Yacht
Top:
Speed:
Cruising 16 knots
Max 20 knots
Engines: Twin, Inboard, Diesel, 12V 4000, MTU
Staterooms: 6
Sleeps: 12
Heads: 5
Crew Quarters:
Crew Berths:
Captain Cabin: No
Classifications:
N/A
MCA: None ISM: None
Accommodations/Walkthrough

LESTRALAUR was built in 1981 and originally launched as the James Sinclair for the Canadian Fisheries Department to be used as a high-speed patrol boat capable of negotiating the rough waters of the Pacific Northwest. Re-christened as the LESTRALAUR and 90% of the conversion into a luxury expedition yacht complete, LESTRALAUR has all the bells and whistles you could possibly imagine. She was lengthened to 140', re-powered with brand new MTU 12V 4000 main engines, plus many other mechanical and electrical upgrades. LESTRALAUR was also modified to accommodate a helicopter. She has the range to reach the farthest, most remote locations on the planet.

Main Deck:
The main deck is complete with a master forward with adjoining ensuite head, and large Jacuzzi tub. Just aft of the master is the foyer with access to the starboard side deck, day head, and stair cases to both the pilothouse and lower deck. Moving aft is the well-appointed galley to starboard and large built in settee for casual dining to port. Moving aft again to starboard you will find the engineers control room with access to the engine room and to port is a formal dining area. Furthest aft is the main salon with ample space for seating, card table, entertainment with multiple flat screen TV’s and a large bar area.

Lower Deck:

The lower deck in its current arrangement has a VIP stateroom with enclosed ensuite. Just forward of the VIP are two guest staterooms with queen size beds and no attached ensuite heads. Moving forward again are another two guest staterooms with full beds and again no attached ensuite heads.

Just forward of the guest area and thru a water tight bulk head door is what could be used as a crew area. To port is a large latrine style head with two toilets, two shower stalls and two sinks which was originally used as the head for the entire deck. There is also a laundry room with washer and dryer to starboard. Moving forward are two crew cabins and another room used for storage forward.

The entire lower deck could be easily re configured to suit a buyer's taste and needs.
 

 

Navigation and Electronics
  • Displays: 4 each Hatland displays 24"
  • Navigation Software: Furuno Navnet Nobletec
  • Radars: Furuno model #2137S 96 mile array; Furuno 48 mile array; Furuno 36 mile array
  • Steering: Sperry Gyropilot
  • Auto Pilot: Sperry Gyropilot; Simrad AP 50
  • Compass: Perry Gyro; Furuno SAT Compass
  • GPS: Furuno (2 each) model GP 37
  • VHF: Uniden - ES (2 each) UM 525 with hailer
  • Wind: Young Wind Tracker
  • Sonar: Wesmar
  • Cameras: SD security system (19 Cameras); FLIR night vision camera
Mechanical Equipment
  • Engines: 2 x MTU 12V4000 each 2750 HP (new 2007 with less than 400 total hours); Kobelt engine controllers (new 2007)
  • Generators: 2 each: CAT 3306 125KW 440V 60Hz (Fully rebuilt in 2007); 1 each: Northern Lights 55KW (New 2010 with 10 hours); 1 each: Mitsubishi 20KW (New 2010 with 14 hours)
  • Watermakers: Sea Recovery / Whisper Quiet 1800 gallons a day (new 2010); Village Marine 1800 gallons a day (new membranes 2010)
  • Misc: LIPS hydraulic variable pitch propellers; New ALFA LAVAL centrifuge fuel cleaning system; Air compressor (new 2007)
Exclusions
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed.
PILOTHOUSE
PILOTHOUSE
PILOTHOUSE
SALON
DINING
DINETTE
MASTER STATEROOM
VIP
ENGINE ROOM
EXTERIOR
EXTERIOR
LAYOUT
Generated on 4/28/2017 by Carrianne Rigano