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MYSTERY Yacht for Sale

112' (34.34m)

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Length (LOA) 112' (34.34m)
Year 2000
Year Refit 2020
Gross Tonn. 119
Draft 15' (4.5m)
Beam 24' (7.42m)
Range 2,000 NM
Location Spain


Staterooms 4
Sleeps 8
Heads 4
Crew Cabins 5
Crew Sleeps 5

Dimensions & Capacity

LOA 112' (34.34m)
LWL 93' (28.16m)
Max Draft 15' (4.5m)
Fuel Tank 1,717 g (1,717 L)
Fresh Water 211 g (211 L)
Gross Tonn. 119
Displacement 130


Hull Material GRP
Hull Config Fin & Bulb
Ext. Designer German Frers
Int. Designer Dick Young and Nautor Design Group
Cruising Speed 10 Knots
Range 2,000 NM
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Other Machinery


  • 260-liter tanks, one for oil and one for waste
  • Winches, Drum: 2 x Lewmar 111 ST Hydraulic, reaching sail sheets
  • 2 x Lewmar 88 ST Hydraulic, mooring winches
  • 2 x Lewmar 88 ST utility winches at mast base
  • 1 x Lewmar 88 ST jib halyard in bilge near mast

Winches captive:

  • 1 x Rondal RW 4000, main halyard
  • 2 x Rondal RW 4000, main sheets
  • 2 x Rondal RW 6000, jib sheets
  • 2 x Rondal RW 4000, running backstays
  • 2 x Rondal for runner stowage lines
  • 2 x Lewmar 6000 hydraulic windlasses

Hydraulic System:

  • Ring main system with five different power sources
  • Main Engine PTO
  • Port Generator PTO
  • Starboard Generator PTO
  • 2 DC Electric motors

Freshwater & Watermaker:

  • 2,500 liter
  • 80-liter pressure tank
  • 300-liter hot Water after chlorifier
  • Sea Recovery Coral Sea, production 544 l/h
  • City Water connection to the pressure system


  • Conversion of 24 V DC to 230 V 1 phase AC 50 Hz

DC System:

  • 2-pole 24 V insulated return DC-system for lighting blowers, pumps, etc. Wires are sized to minimize voltage drop. All batteries use series connections in order to avoid circulating currents between batteries. 

Service Batteries:

  • The service batteries are of maintenance-free traction gel cell type. The batteries consist of two individual 24 V banks referred to as service battery 1 and 2. Each service battery bank has a capacity of 2,000 Ah/8 h. The battery banks consist of 12 batteries of 2 V each.

Starting Batteries:

  • The starting batteries are of maintenance-free Gel Cell. There are three 24 V banks, one for the main engine  and one for each generator, each with a capacity of 55 Ah/20h. There is also a 24 V 55 Ah battery for supply of  main engine control system. Each set consist of 2 pcs of 1 V each.

400 V Three Phase Consumers:

  • Water maker Sea Recovery Coral Sea 13M3/SW/S1 6kW, 544 l/h.
  • Air conditioning 120,000 with electrical heating 18 kW
  • Water heater, Aqua Therm 300 l 3x3 kW
  • Hydrovane Puts 501 air compressor 1, 1kW 159 l/minute @ 6 bar.
  • Diving compressor Bauer Junior 225 bar with automatic shut off of bottle filling. Bottles filled while in storage  racks.


  • Karsma KM 5065, 0.6 kW towel rails
  • Mass 24/V100 A, 3.3 kW 8 pcs, 3 stage chargers battery chargers
  • Mass 24V/25A 0,75 kW 3 stage charger battery chargers

Galley & Laundry Equipment

  • Four burner gas stove with extractor hood.
  • Miele KM 84-2 ceramic, 1.1 + 1.6 kw Hob 2 burner
  • Miele H340 BT, 3.7 kW hot air and grill electric oven with infrared grill, gimbaled and provided with fiddles
  • Miele M 636 EC, 3.7 kW microwave oven
  • Miele G7760, 6.7 kW, 13-minute cycle dishwasher
  • Miele WS 5425LP. 3.2 kW kg, 1200 rpm washing machine 
  • Miele T5205C, 2.9 kW condensing type, 6 kg dryer
  • Quooker PRO 3 1,6 kW instant hot water
  • Indesit 220V refrigerator
  • Indesi 220V freezer
  • Iso Therm ice cube maker
  • Under floor Freezer – Salt water cooled compressor
  • ISE M77, 0.55 kw automatic reversing action food waste disposal unit
  • Cockpit fridges – Salt water cooled compressor

Communication Equipment

Sat Com:

  • A mini-M (fleet 33) and a Fleet Broad band (FB500) sat com with handsets in the control room is integrated with the PABX telephone system.

VHF radio:

  • The Simrad HS90 DSC VHF has three handsets, one in the crew mess, one in the control room and one at the helm, with intercom possibility between the three headsets and Loud hail function off the rig.

Telephone System:

  • The onboard telephone system (PABX) has one line to shore, common for voice and fax. It also gives a possibility to communicate between all cabins, saloon, galley and control room

Navigation Equipment

Main Unit:

  • A comprehensive package, consisting of Brookes & Gatehouse Hercules 5000 with central processor unit,  performance processor unit, masthead wand unit, speed/temperature sensor, depth sensor and external alarm  Nas well as a Robertson compass and a GPS compass on the rig.

Digital Displays:

  • Two Full Function Displays (FDD) located in the control room and additional FFDs at the helm, in the Owner’s  cabin, in the crew cabins, nanny cabin, raised saloon, and in crew mess. Five 20/20 repeaters in cockpit, all with  control buttons.
  • Heel angle, trim and barometric pressure displays are also provided in the Navigation station.

Auto Pilot:

  • A hydraulic autopilot is driving the steering quadrant via twin cylinders. Control units positioned at both  steering pedestals and the nav station. There is a hydraulic back-up for emergency use, supply from main  hydraulic system.


  • The NAVNET TZ TOUCH charter plotting system provides for LCD displays with chart and radar overlay. The  displays are 15 screens, one installed in the control room, and one HATTALAND 15” HIGH BRIGH on each  steering pedestal. The system is operated by mouse controls at each display.


  • The radar is a 48-mile Furuno Radar. Scanner is mounted on first spreader in mast.


  • The GPS is integrated with the Furuno system and is connected to the Brookes & Gatehouse system and also to  the autopilot through an NMEA interface link allowing automatic steering between way points. 


  • A Robertson rate compass is fitted under the galley floor and a GPS directional compass is fitted on the rig.
  • Two Suunto 5” magnetic steering compasses provided, balanced for both hemispheres

Entertainment Equipment


  • Samsung Smart TV 42” is linked to a surround sound speaker system, SONOS, PLEX, Blueray DVD and amplifir.

Owner’s Cabin:

  • Two Sharp 15” 211 MP 21” TFT display linked to a Bose 3-2-+1 home theatre system is installed in the cabin. 
  • The Bose 3-2-1 includes an integrated DVD player and FM tuner.
  • The system has two speakers and a subwoofer.

Guest cabins:

  • A Bose 3-2-1 system is installed in each guest cabin. The Bose 3-2-1 system includes an integrated CD player and FM tuner. The c=system has two speakers.

Crew Mess:

  • A Samsung 32 ” and SONOS Playbar


  • Four Polyplanar speakers are connected to a SONAS amp that can be controlled through a smart phone or tablet

Tenders & Toys

  • Tender: AB Aluminium Hull Rib, 4.0M Yamaha 50hp Yamaha
  • 4 sets of dive gear
  • Fishing equipment (tuna Rod and 2 spinning rods)
  • 2 single person dive inflatable kayaks, one two-person Kayak
  • 2 Doughnuts
  • Water Skis and wake board
  • Various snorkel equipment
  • 1 Large inflatable trampoline.
  • 2 inflatable paddleboards

Deck Equipment

  • Two 120 kg CQR anchors on hydraulically powered swinging arms, and one 80 kg collapsible patent anchor  stowed below deck.
  • 2 x Fortress FX-125 stern anchor.
  • 2 x 120 m 16mm Anchor Chain.
  • Anchor light with cable and plug and day signal.

Ballast Keel:

  • The ballast bulb is lead casting alloyed with antimony and bolted to a steel fin. Keel bolts are of high-tensile  stainless steel.


  • The rudder is foam filled GRP with tapered lightweight hollow composite stock, supported by two self-aligning  roller bearings. Lower tip of rudder designed to break before the stock.

Dinghy Garage:

  • Storage in lazarette for a 4.3 m hard bottom inflatable AB dinghy. ** The tender does not fit inside unless the  outboard is off, and the tubes deflated. Hydraulically operated transom platform and winch for launching and  hauling. A ladder with teak threads and handrail leads from the main deck to the garage. A swim ladder with flush stainless-steel fittings can be attached to the platform. Both ladders have storage in dinghy garage. The garage also has a hot and cold shower with a hose adapter.


  • A 3.5 m hydraulically operated folding passarelle is recessed into starboard lazarette. The passarelle has a  remote-control operation as well as control buttons from inside the starboard lazarette

Side Boarding Ladder:

  • A hydraulically operated side boarding ladder is recessed amidships on starboard side. Halogen lights are  installed to light the steps. The ladder has a remote control as well as control buttons on a wandering lead. 
  • Deck shower adjacent to the ladder.

Stern Anchor:

  • Storage for stern anchor on port side in lazarette.


  • Drum Winches
  • Two Lewmar 111 St hydraulic Reacher/Spinnaker sheet winches aft of cockpit.
  • Twin Lewmar mooring winches on the aft deck.
  • Two Lewmar 88 ST hydraulic utility winches near the mast.
  • One Lewmar 88 ST jib halyard winch under the floorboards near the mast.

Captive Winches:

  • One Rondal RW 4000 main halyard winch under the floorboards near the mast.
  • Two Rondal RW 4000 main sheet winches in deck lockers aft.
  • Two Rondal RW 6000 jib sheet winches in side deck lockers.
  • Two Rondal RW 4000 running backstay winches in lazarette.
  • Two Rondal runner retrieval winches in deck lockers near main shrouds.


  • On both sides L – shaped sofas seating 10 persons. Cockpit table with GRP surface and fiddles. The table can be  reduced from full size to coffee table and has adjustable height. Forward in cockpit towel locker and top  loading drink fridge. 

Rigs & Sails


  • Four spreader masthead rig with swept-back spreaders and discontinuous shrouds. Spars built of carbon fiber  by Southern Spars, New Zealand.
  • IG = 39.30 m Fore triangle 236.8 m2
  • J = 12.05 m Main sail 237.8 m2
  • P = 36.87 m Reacher 331.5 m2
  • E = 12.90 m Asym spin 683 m2


  • Southern Spars NZ - Built of autoclave cured pre-pred T300 carbon fiber, with external stemball tangs and luff  track for mainsail in-boom furling. Internal wiring, shielded in PVC tubes secured to mast. Ventilation conduits.
  • Pre-preg carbon fiber spreaders. Integrated lights up and sown. GRP mast boot over deck partners,  waterproofed at deck level.

Stand Rigging:

  • Navtec rod rigging, serviced and replaced where necessary 2020.


  • Southern Spars NZ- Mainsail in-boom furling. Boom and furling mandrel built of carbon fiber.
  • Hydraulic drive and outhaul system. Back up Furling system in case of Hydraulic failure.
  • Hydraulic Systems: 
  • Powered hydraulics 
  • Boom furling driven by main hydraulic system. Manual back-up for boom furling. Reckmann RF 90-5 hydraulic 
  • furling headstay with aluminum foil. Stainless steel furling drum for Gennaker/Code Zero. Double acting  stainless steel Navtec hydraulic boom vang.
  • Manual hydraulics
  • Navtec jib halyard tensioner
  • Mainsail outhaul
  • Inner forestay
  • For split backstay adjustment two stainless steel Navtec rams with fail safe turnbuckles.
  • Pressure gauges on starboard cockpit panel for boom vang, main outhaul, backstay, and jib halyard. 
  • Ropes of Spectra or Vectran. Main halyard and spare main halyard/topping lift with screw shackle, Staysail and 
  • MPS halyards and sheets with Tylaska T30 snap shackles, internal Preventer within the boom. Hydraulic mast  jack with spacer and removable pump.

Doyle Sails 2014

  • Full batten in-boom furling mainsail
  • Furling jib
  • Staysail
  • Asymmetric Spinnaker (blue) Reacher with cruising sock and snuffer
  • Asymmetric spinnaker (white) Cruising Sock and snuffer

Safety & Security Equipment

  • High level audible alarm and indication LED for high bilge level.
  • Engine Alarms
  • Fuel alarms
  • Generator overload and pre-alarms for oil pressure and temperature 
  • Low level alarm for fuel feeder tank
  • Main engine alarm
  • Navigation night alarm
  • Supervision switchboard
  • Main hydraulic alarm
  • Two 12 – person RFD (Solas A Pack) life rafts.
  • Designated place for ship’s pharmacy.
  • Two medium size safes.
  • 2 MOB Jon Buoys mounted on stern pulpit.
  • Deck safety lines.
  • 110% Capacity Life Jackets
  • Line throwers
  • Firefighting Outfits
  • 3 EPIRBS
  • SART
  • 2 Grab bags, including emergency radio’s handheld water makers and an assortment of flares and survival equipment.
  • 110% Capacity Immersion suits.
  • All safety equipment meets the Marshall Islands Commercial registry requirements and completed its annual inspection.

Low level audible alarm and indication LED for:

  • Black water tanks ¾ and full
  • Grey water tanks ¾ and full'


  • Total flooding system for engine and generator space with remote control near entrance.
  • Total Flooding system for Tender Bay (petrol Storage area).
  • Fixed fire extinguishers behind main switchboards.
  • Hand extinguishers for each cabin.
  • Two fire blankets in galley.

Refit History


  • New sails were put on the boat, and which have been stored and carefully looked after each winter. The same  year, Mystery suffered a lightning strike and as a result, all the electronics on board the yacht from navigation to AV were replaced. For a yacht of Mystery’s age, she befitted from a very nice upgrade.


  • Full superstructure and hull refinishing; repainted in AlexSeal Snow White.
  • Full service to the air conditioning system; including new ducting, chilled water pipe insulation and new fans.
  • Complete re-wire of both helm stations; this included new dashes, all new engine controls, switches, joysticks  and Hatteland 15-inch displays.
  • New mast and engine room IP camera system
  • New hydraulic PLC’s
  • New load shedding and control PLC’s
  • New Marex controllable pitch propeller controls
  • New running rigging by Gleinstein
  • Full disassembly of mast and rigging for servicing.


  • Replacement of headliners throughout the boat, replacement of the shower room in the Nanny Cabin


  • The main engine was removed and completely rebuilt (W6), to effectively zero the hours and made like new. 
  • Both generators were replaced for new ones. Hot water tanks changed for new.


  • Interior works; to replace the starboard side sofa in the saloon and put a cabinet in its place for all the guest  crockery.


  • Mast removal; painting spars, and replacement of the rod rigging. A new teak deck and all hatches replaced.


  • Haul out for underwater works, including sandblasting below the waterline - above the waterline we applied a  ceramic coating to the paint work.
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