Jayana, Sense 50 #69

Factory options
  • Dock & Go
  • aluminum arch
  • short keel (5 ‘ 6″)
  • starboard cabin with bunk beds
  • Sensation package: (kitchen exhaust hood, stove with 3 burners, electric  cockpit table, washdown pump, electric blinds, electric companionway door, port cockpit table with integrated bench)
  • electric winches (x 4)
  • code 0 sail on furler
  • generator 7.5 kW
  • air conditioning 24,000 BTU
  • microwave
  • dishwasher
  • electric toilets  (x 2)
  • radar / AIS
  • folding propeller
  • Interlux Interprotect
  • dark grey Pettit Vivid antifouling (3 black + 1 white)
  • staysail on furler
  • 4 solar panels on read arch for a capacity of 430W.
  • Solar controller MPPT networked BlueSky Energy
  • AGM batteries (7x 4D) for a total of 1390 A/h
  • Noland RS11 to send Yanmar data to the NMEA 2000 bus
  • HAM radio ICOM M802
  • VHF radio ICOM M604
  • router Bullet M2 with 9DB antenna to capture network wifi remote (max range ~3 miles)
  • Airport Extreme wifi router
  • Samsung LED 32 “(UM6000) television
  • Clarion amplifier and 5.1 decoder Gefen HDMI/Dolby (4 x HDMI)
  • RGB LED in the cabin for night navigation and festive lighting
  • Tempur-Pedic mattress in forward cabin (Cloud Breeze)
  • Temper-Pedic mattress toppers in starbord cabin
  • remote control for autopilot
  • integrated arch lighting
  • electric pump to facilitate the oil of the engine and the generator changes
  • Cristec (x 2) by Pro Nautic chargers for main battery bank
  • Danby dishwasher by Fisher Paykel dishwasher. The cabinets were modified to accommodate the new unit which is 2 cm wider and 1.5 cm deeper.
  • rails for trash compartment replaced with high quality Blum rails
  • tap + foot (salt, fresh) water pump has been replaced by a tap water with filter cartridge charcoal (Waterchef)
  • manual valves were replaced by a set of one-way valve (check valve) to use the foot pump in case of failure of the electric pump for the fresh water in the galley.
  • the OEM Pioneer radio/DVD player has been replaced by a Fusion MS-IP700i with Bluetooth interface.
  • the two Bose speakers (2.1 Acoustimass system) were replaced with 5  Cambridge Audio speakers (MIN21) in 5.1 configuration. Subwoofer relocated in a compartment with openings to let out the sound waves.
  • bow thruster propellers with newer design (20% quieter and 5% more efficient)
  • bow thruster batteries
  • pulley box at the mast head that allows two halyard instead of one. Allows for the code 0 to remain in place while using the spinnaker. The new box is inserted inside the mast to increase its load bearing as the old, riveted box, wouldn’t resist when using the spinnaker.
  • relocate Raymarine connectors that were too close to the bilge to avoid corrosion.
  • Upgrade e90w (helm) and e120w (chart table) chart plotters to the latest Raymarine series: Axiom 9 and Axiom 12
  • cooling circuit of the generator:
    1. strainer was moved near thru-hull, before the check valve
    2. installation of an aerator to remove air bubbles
    3. addition of an electric pump powered by the genset
  • additional storage in a hidden corner close to the navigation table
  • panel added behind the utensils drawer so that they fall over in the bilge when the boat is heeled to starboard
  • taffeta on the code 0 (for sun protection)
  • added electricity region selector box: US (110V) or EU (220V). Therefore, the air conditioning, battery chargers and water heaters can work when plugged anywhere in the world

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