Kokopelli
Hylas 46
PRICE
$265,000 USD
LENGTH
46ft 3in
YEAR
1996
TYPE
Sail

The Hylas 46 is designer German Frers’ solution to the challenge of creating a seakindly and well performing cruising boat. Exceptionally well thought out, the 46 provides adequate storage and tankage for offshore voyaging, while the Queen Long Shipyard construction has been proven solid in countless cruising boats over hundred of thousands of miles. The Frers design features relatively fine forward sections plus powerful sections aft, adding to the off-wind performance and space in the aft cabin. A long waterline ensures fast passages.

Kokopelli is hull number two of the production run. In 2014-16 she received a comprehensive update before the current owner’s cruise through the Panama Canal, to the South Pacific and up to the Pacific Northwest. During this update, the experienced owners focused on safety and real-world comfort at sea. Chainplates aft for a series drogue and a currently certified liferaft are good examples of the safety equipment. Most importantly, the sailing systems have been refined so that there is no need to go forward when shortening or increasing sail. The triple-headsail rig, with all sails on furlers, makes logging sea miles easy. The in-boom furling main makes reefing a simple and safe task.

Kokopelli is a rare find. Not only is she a well-known and proven model, but she’s also been prepared, maintained and equipped for serious long term cruising. Safety equipment and spares top the list of priorities. Kokopelli is truly ready for casting off for distant shores.

  • Two fully installed autopilots
  • In-boom furling
  • Superior ground tackle
  • Extra fuel capacity
  • Extensive spares inventory
  • AIS Transceiver
  • Newer Mast (2016)
Specifications
Name of vessel Kokopelli
Model Hylas 46
Year 1996
Builder Hylas Yachts
Designer German Frers
Price $265,000 USD
Location Seattle
Length (feet) 46
Beam (feet) 13.75
Draft (feet) 5.5
Displacement (pounds) 27777
Ballast (pounds) 5601
Engine model Yanmar 4JH2-TE
Engine horsepower 65
Engine hours 6500
Fuel tank capacity (gallons) 234
Water tank capacity (gallons) 74
Holding tank capacity (gallons)
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Interior Accommodations
The two stateroom Hylas 46 layout lends itself very well to two-couple cruising, giving each couple privacy and their own head.The forward head is in the bow, with plenty of space for a separate shower stall, head and vanity. A large overhead hatch provides ventilation. Moving aft, there is a double berth to port. With a lee cloth, this also makes a good sea berth. Four large drawers are under the berth. There is a hanging locker and storage to starboard.The main cabin features a semi-circular dinette to port, with an inboard seat mounted on slides so that it can be used when needed and tucked away when not. The dinette can be lowered to form a double berth. On the starboard side is a settee that pulls out to form large single berth.Lockers and shelves line the hull sides. The table contains flat storage for paper charts, and the table itself is hinged for access. There is storage under the seats.The engine is housed amidships under the companionway and galley island. There is outstanding engine access from the front and sides. In the space normally devoted to the genset aft of the engine, there is additional storage. The fore-and-aft galley is to starboard and has exceptional storage, a refrigerator and a freezer with separate temperature controls, and a three burner stove and oven. The sinks are on the centerline island.To port is the navigation center including the electrical panel and communication devices. The starting battery is under the navigation seat.

Thanks to the Hylas 46’s powerful aft sections, the master stateroom aft is very spacious. A central hanging locker plus lockers port and starboard can easily accommodate large wardrobes.

Spectra 150 DC watermaker, 6.3 gallons per hour / 150 gallons per day

Kuuma 6-gallon water heater

Extra handholds installed at factory

Galley custom built with flush floor instead of usual step down for safety considerations

Salon table hinged for chart storage

Frigoboat 12 volt refrigerator

Novacool BD50 12 volt freezer

Corian countertops in galley

Composting toilet in forward head

Cabin lights mostly changed to LED bulbs

(5) Hella 12-volt fans

Barometer – Weems and Plath

Clock – Shipstrike by Boston, reconditioned at Chelsea Clockworks (2016)

8” Ritchie captain’s compass, ceiling mounted. 1921 vintage, restored 2016

Electronics and Navigation
Raymarine A65 chartplotter at binnacleGarmin GPS Map 421 backup chartplotterGarmin GPS Map 79 for anchor monitoring and dinghy navigationNavionics charts on MicroSD for US/Canada, Caribbean/South America, South Pacific, New Zealand and AustraliaRaymarine Smartpilot 400 G AST course computer autopilot with i70 head on a hydraulic driveRaymarine 300 course computer with ST6000+ control head, on a linear drive

(NOTE The autopilots are both installed as complete, independent systems and are fully operable. Only one is connected to the steering quadrant at any time. In the event of malfunction, there’s a rotary switch and small switch, and the one drive arm is lifted off the quadrant and the other dropped on. In other words, a ready spare.)

Raymarine i60 apparent wind direction and speed instrument

Raymarine ST60+ depth sounder

Raymarine ST60+ speedometer

ICOM 802 single sideband radio with backstay antenna, SWR meter and dedicated antenna for MMSI communications

Pactor P4 Dragon DR 7400 modem

Iridium GO satellite hotspot

ICOM 429 VHF

Raymarine 650 AIS transceiver with dedicated antenna

Ritchie binnacle compass, compensated in 2015 in Massachusetts

Electrical Systems
12V DC and 120V AC systems on board(2) 250-watt Kyocera solar panels on stern arch(2) 250-watt Kyocera solar panels on biminiDual Morningstar Tristar 45 MPPT solar controllers, with remote display/control at navigation station.(7) Firefly G31 batteries, 116 AH each under forward berth (11/2020)Starting battery Record 900-amp sealed AGM

Magnum Energy MS2012 inverter/charger 2000 watt output/100 ADC charging with advanced remote control installed at navigation station

Balmar 100-amp alternator

Balmar supplemental alternator AT-DF-200-DV 200-amp (5/2018)

Charging controller Balmar MC-612 Dual-H regulator

Blue Sea Systems combiner that automatically controls house and start battery charging

Victron Energy BMV 702 battery monitor with shunt

120V AC shorepower, 30 amp

25’ & 50’ shore power cords with various adaptors (50-amp, 240-volt etc)

Mechanical Systems
Yanmar 4JH2-TE diesel auxiliary, 65 hp, 6500 hours.New injectors in 2016, injector pump also rebuilt.  Injectors checked and cleaned November 2019.  New mixing elbow installed November 2019.ZF Hurth ZF-M-30 transmission (9/2019)Propeller – GORI 3-blade folding, installed 2018PSS shaft sealFilter Boss Commander fuel system (2015).  Dual Racor 500’s, electric pump, alarms, etc.  Allows polishing and transferring fuel from one tank to another, etc.

(2) 50-gallon fuel tanks below salon floor

134-gallon stainless steel tank, below aft berth.  This was originally a water tank, converted to fuel by a previous owner.

Deck and Hull
The ABS approved construction features a solid glass hull construction. The lead keel is external lead bolted with 15 one-inch bolts. Kokopelli’s is the shallow draft version, drawing only 5’6”. The center cockpit has a full mesh enclosure, and the dodger is constructed with heavy-duty 1.25” tubing and Strataglass glazing. The arch supports antennas, solar panels and serves as dinghy davits.Arch with davits, supporting solar panelsFixed bimini, stainless steel, supporting solar panels.  Cockpit enclosure panels around.  These can be rolled up.Heavy-duty dodger, 1.25” stainless steel tubing, Stratoglass glazing. (New 2014)All through-hulls and seacocks replaced, August 2014, two seacocks replaced, 2019, additional through-hull and seacock, 2019.

Bottom sanded and painted with Pettit Trinidad Pro (2019)

Rails for storing 5-gallon cans, port and starboard, aft

Racks for storing 6 scuba tanks, aft

Garhauer outboard davit

Foredeck mounts for stowing dinghy on deck

Anchor windlass upgraded to Lofrans Tigress (August 2019)

Primary anchor 25 kg Rocna (Regalvanized November 2020)

Primary anchor rode 250’ ACCO G43 chain, 3/8” spliced to 250’ 5/8” three-strand nylon. (Chain new in August, 2019)

Stern anchor F23 Fortress 100’ ½” three-strand nylon rode, 15’ 5/16” chain

Secondary anchor Spade 140, aluminum

Multiple snubber lines and chain hooks, high strength.

Anchor shackles are Crosby, forged, high-strength

50’ G-43 3/8” ACCO chain, new (stored as spare)

28″ tall lifelines

7 mooring cleats

Sails and Rigging
The deck and sail plan has been extraordinarily well planned for easy and safe sail handling in all conditions by a minimal crew. All reefing and furling can be done from the bank of stoppers adjacent to the electric winch next to the companionway. With the headsail, staysail and drifter all on furlers and the mainsail having in-boom furling, there is virtually never a need to go forward for sailing handling at sea.New Selden mast, boom and standing rigging to replace in-mast furling (2016)Chainplates replaced (2016)(3) Schaeffer headsail furlersSchaefer boom furling (2016)Mack Sails/Schaefer boom furling 9.5 oz. mainsail (2016)

Mack Sails 160%, 2.5 oz. Code 0 (2016)

Mack Sails 115%, 9 oz. genoa (2016)

Mack Sails staysail – 95%, 9 oz. (2016)

New England Ropes running rigging (2016)

Harken traveller (2016)

Forespar Line Control Whisker Pole, on mast track

(2) Lewmar 44ST winches on the mast, for halyards, etc.  One is older Lewmar, not self-tailing

(2) Lewmar 48ST winches in the cockpit, for staysail, genoa car adjustment and preventer

(2) Lewmar 54ST winches in the cockpit, for genoa and drifter headsail

Lewmar 48ST in the cockpit, for main sheet

Lewmar 48ST electric in the cockpit, electric, for: drifter and genoa furler lines, mainsail halyard & furler lines, whisker pole topping lift

(2) Garhauer G3 genoa lead blocks, with leads adjustable from cockpit

(4) snatch blocks

(11) Garhauer line clutches

Spares
The owners have been meticulous about knowing and working on their boat, and as such have equipped it with spares for cruising to remote corners of the globe. The following list represents only a partial listWatermakerMembraneClark pump rebuild kitSpare fittings and tubing

Pump and pump head

Engine

Injector

Yanmar fuel filter

Several Racor fuel filters

Fuel pump

Oil filters

Alternator belts

Racor 500 housing, complete

3-blade propeller

 

Autopilots (spares in addition to two complete installed systems)

Course computer – factory checked

Rudder position sensor

Fluxgate compass

Control head

Propeller puller

Zincs – shaft, plates for strut and skeg

Plumbing – many fittings

Electrical – wire, cables, light fixtures, LED elements, switches and fuses

Water pump for fresh water

Refrigeration – thermostats and Danfoss control module

Instruments

Raymarine ST60 wind display

Raymarine depth transducer

Outboard – carburetors (one new), spark plugs, propeller

Major Recent Maintenance
Decks refinished with two-part polyurethane, with anti-skid additiveCabin house and cockpit refinished with two-part polyurethaneChainplates – Exposed and checked, new chainplates installed (Mack Sails 2014-2016)New standing rigging, Staylok fittings on lower ends (2016)Mack SailsMast partner area secured and sealed with SparTite, October 2019New PSS shaft seal replacement installed 2019, preventive maintenance item

Fuel hoses – all new in 2015

Miscellaneous and Safety
Liferaft – Viking RescueYou Pro, 4-person, self-righting (recertified 2019 next service due 6/2022)Jabsco 36600 bilge pump, diaphragmJohnson Pumps 4000 bilge pump, centrifugal, 1.5” dischargeWhale Titan bilge pump (manual)(3) smoke detectors(3) First Alert 3A-40BC refillable fire extinguishers

(6) current flares; (3) handheld, (2) Greatland laser flares, strobe

Jordan series drogue – 157 cones

Aft chainplates for anchoring series drogue

Cutter for shrouds/stays

Extra fuel cans for storage on deck: Five 5-gallon plastic, with sun covers. For extra fuel and to bring it from shore when there’s no fuel dock.

9.5’ AB aluminum RIB with Denard dinghy wheels and oars, pump, running lights, anchor and ladder

15hp Yamaha Enduro 2-stroke outboard motor (2018)

Magma gas grill

Exclusions
Bronze clock, on front wall of salonBronze barometer, on starboard wall of salonCarved lizard, on starboard wall of salonMap of Tonga, on front wall of salonBerke Breathed print, aft wall of forward cabinChubby mermaid, aft end wall of aft cabin

Disclaimer
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
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