Valtair from Applied Alloys Yachts by David Lyons

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Boat For Sale €549,000 - Sailing
19.8 m x 5.1 m 4 Cabins Layer 1 Created by potrace 1.13, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2015 2 Engine's Print


Valtair designed by David Lyons and built in Australia in Melburn by APPLIED ALLOYS YACHTS in 1996.

You know that most seaman’s common opinion is that the Aluminium is best material for building the hull of the vessel because of its strengths and endurance offers best as safety for her crew and lightness to provide best performance and speed and therefore economy and durability.

Valtair as Aluminium Hull Performance Cruiser is one of the best prove of this words above as she is Winner of Sydney to Hobart yacht race ROLEX CUP – one of the toughest yacht Race in the World – with her previous owner Matt Allen in 2000 in performance Cruiser design category.


Present owner has bought her from Mr Allen in 2001 and Valtair was extensively refitted and refurbished in 2002 in Brisbane from the bare body to fresh rigging and sails.  It took nearly two years to re-commission her.


Considerable machinery has been added to this former racer / cruiser to reflect the owner’s cruising agenda including: generator, air condition unit, water-maker, Hydraulic furling boom, music and video entertainment centre and most of other creative luxury furniture and several navigational equipment.  Valtair has pair of Yanmar Diesel engines each 75 HP installed in 2008 and they are  yet only 850 running hours at December 2021 , Hydraulic retractable keel, sonar and bow thruster i.e.


Type : High Performance Cruising Cutter Sloop

Ship Registration : Port of Melbourne, Australia – 1997

Construction : Aluminum hull and superstructure

Hull Color: Blue

Original Year built : 1996

Builder : Applied Alloy Yachts, Melbourne

Architect : David Lyons, Australia

Refit : December 2004 major work from bare hull

Refitted by : Marine Applications Pty Ltd, Brisbane, Australia

Date Rebuilt : 2004


Length O.A. : 19.8 m (65’ 0”) x Length W.L. : 16.8m (55’ 2”) x Max beam : 5.1 m (l6’ 8”)  x

Draft : 2.3 m (7’ 6”) up and 3.5 (11’ 6”) down – Retractable keel –

Displacement : 25 tons

Mast : Seldon Aluminum mast

Deck : Marine deck 2000


Fore double berth with shared head. Starboard twin decked berth with shared head Mid double berth with individual ensuite Two rear doubles (2 singles) berth with shared en-suite. Raised deck saloon table and seating 6-8 Pilot and navigation table

Bose Entertainment centre & Flat TV

Cockpit dining with two extended tables

Dinghy garage


Mast (all new) : Seldon aluminum section mast by All Yacht Spars Australia with three spreaders. Stainless steel riggings, Dynex runners and Compac 3l6 stays.

Halyards and running riggings and Dyneema racing ropes .

Boom : Hydraulic aluminium boom by Leisurefurl of N.Z. with manual override.

Spinnaker pole : Carbon fiber painted and refitted with adjustable stay to mast.

Bowsprit : Carbon fiber painted and refitted with manual control.

Staysails : Reconditioned Harken hydraulic furlers for fore and inner stay



Main : 94 sq.m In Boom fully battened Mainsail High performance cruising laminate Tri Radial Cut made by Rolly Tasker Sails (January 2009)

Headsail : 129 sq.m 150% Roller furling High performance cruising laminate made by Rolly Tasker Sails (January 2009)

Staysail : 29.9 sq.m Roller furling high performance cruising laminate made by Rolly Tasker Sails (January 2009)

Spinnaker : 2.2 oz Asymmetrical Spinnaker carbon fibre


4 hydraulic Barient winches

2 Harken manual winches

1 Harken electrical furling jib 1 Harken electrical furling staysail 1 Harken Mast winch

Boom Vang : Hydraulic Seaway

Back Stay : Hydraulic Seaway

Bow Spirit : Carbon fiber

Lazy Jack : Carbon fiber


Engines : Twin Yanmar Model 4JH4 x SD-50T – 75 HP each with S-Drives (Installed January 2007 – running hours 850 at December 2021)

Generator : New Mase 1 S12 – 15 KVA and remote control

Bow thruster : Reconditioned Volvo bow thruster

Water maker : New Spectra Newport 400 with second MPC 3000 control display 150 liters per hour Hydraulics : Reconditioned and upgraded on existing system Added two units

Air-conditioning : Reversible Climma A-C system


Bilge Pumps : 6 x electric + 2 manual

Windlass : Muir electric windlass new anchor winch motor

Lifting Keel : Vickers hydraulic control system and center-board

Batteries : New Five Lifeline GPL-8D Deep cycle AGM Batteries 12V 255 amp. hrs Switch Panel : BEP 900 – AC 4D 16 and NC 36 NM

Inverter : Victron Phoenix Inverter/charger – Multiplus 12/3000/120-50 (Installed June 2011)

Transformer : Star Delta isolation transformer Two high powered alternators

Waste System ( seawage): 2 x 8 litres Auto-San waste system installed 2011

Stove : Broadwater Brigantine 4 burners


Refrigerator & freezer : Waico custom-made

Ballast : 9 tons


Fuel Capacity : Diesel (2 x400 liters & 2x 500 litres)

Water Capacity : 2 x 450 litres

Waste : 800 litre Gray tank with waste treatment system

Gemini Inflatable Outboard : 15 H.P. Yamaha


Radio : Raymarine

Autohelm instrument 225HF

Radar : Raymarine

T.V. & VCD : 21” LCD flat screen Samsung Monitor Bose 1:2:3 audio visual entertainment center Follow-me-TV satellite tracking system Bose External speakers


Life raft : 2 x 6 person RFD life rafts

EPIRB : 406 MH2 Distress

Fire Extinguishers : 1 – 2.5 kg. Chubb 1 – 0.9 kg. Quell 2 – 0.5 kg.

Dinghy : Gemini 310 fibre glass bottom with 15HP Yamaha engine

Flotation system : New Turtle PAC 19 bags x 11 cylinders


Deck covered with Marine Deck 2002

Dinghy store &  Retractable anchor Swing  Davit Folding &  s.s. ladders

Retractable bow pod Insulated Hull and Deck Extended Bimini from Dodger Archbar

Asking Price 650.000 Euro   549000  Euro in May 2023

Lying in Port Dickson Malaysia

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