Enchanter I, 1990 Transworld Fantail 50, Hull # 6
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Enchanter I is only one Canadian Fantail of nine imported into the US from the renowned Transworld shipyard in Taiwan. This economical trawler features a wonderful blend of tradition as well as practicality. A fuel burn of 25 gals a "Day" is sure to please the most frugal yachtsman. Insulation and soundproofing is excellent. Oversized 16.5 kW generator handles all needs with ease and quiet. The fantail was designed to be a beautiful, and efficient cruising yacht, her hull is very easily driven. There is 3500 pounds of ballast in the keel which keeps the motion gentle and gives a righting moment past 120 angle of heel. The standard finish of the Fantail is one of the highest in the industry. The thought that went into her design is obvious to the discerning yachtsman.
Interior build with teak, the standard finish of the Fantail is one of the highest in the industry. The structural elements are made of mahogany and teak, these woods are resistant to water and bugs more than any other woods. All soles throughout the Fantail 50 are teak and holy. The overhead throughout the Fantail 50 are thin plywood panels covered with vinyl, placed between varnished teak beam caps, and held securely against the overhead framing with heavy duty Velcro fasteners. All doors and drawer fronts is solid teak. All sink counters and sinks in boat heads are cultured marble.
The aft deck two varnished teak French doors lead to the spacious and comfortable cockpit with round seat. The finish is fiberglass polish and teak. The brightness is abundant.
The galley is convenient and fully equipped, ideal for every cook. Forward of the salon and down one step, the galley features a Dickinson « Mediterranean » propane stove with oven; Xintex propane detector with switch valve; microwave; double stainless steel sinks with Kohler faucet; 110v 9.5 cu. ft. refrigerator (Grunert cooling plates) a 11cu. ft. freezer in the engine room below the galley. There is ample counter space and storage. The one step down from the salon makes the galley counters and the built-in furniture in the salon the same height creating an open, well designed feel.
The office to the starboard of the galley is a built-in desk with hanging files, swing-out drawers and a bookcase. This area serves as a ship’s office.
The pilothouse has the character of a small ship. Designed for optimum efficiency with very good location for the electronics, Equipped with a hydraulic steering wheel, a generous chart table with five drawers. The visibility is excellent thanks to 9 soaked and stained glass windows. The floor is solid teak, a very comfortable black leather LLEBROC helm chair complements the long hours of navigation. A spacious U-shaped full teak dining table is just behind the captain's seat.
The salon to starboard there is a convertible settee with built-in end tables forward and aft. To port there are two built-in barrel chairs with an entertainment center between the chairs. Large stainless steel-framed windows surround you with light. They are at a comfortable height so that a short person can comfortably see out when seated. Sliding doors aft open onto the aft deck which features a curved settee. Marine Air de 16,000 BTU reversible air conditioning
The master stateroom down a circular stairway from the pilothouse. This cabin features a queen size bed, two hanging lockers, dressing table ample storage, barrel chair, a large mirror above a dressing table, a Splendid combo washer dryer, a private head with stall shower.
The forward stateroom featuring over and under single bunks. The upper port bunk slides out to make a double bunk. There is a hanging locker and ample storage. Guest head is entered either from the stateroom or the vestibule at the bottom of the circular staircase.
Construction The hull is hand laminated FRP with multiple layers of mat and wowen roving. Isophtalic resin was used in the hull lamination, foam insulation is bonded to the inside skinand glassed over, adding insulation and sound deadening. The bilge of the vessel is form so that all bilge water drains into two sumps. One is located in the rear of the engine and the other is located forward of the engine. The entire bilge as a smooth surface, so the water runs freely, and is coated with a light grey gelcoat finish. The deck and cabin house are hand laminated FRP sandwich with Divinicel core. This medium tech construction makes for and extremely strong and enduring structure and keeps weight out of superstructure.
The hull to deck joint is bolted through with stainless steel bolts, and sealant and FRP bonding as well. A ballast of 3,500 pounds lead was installed for more stability. A Side Power 12 v.4400 W, 6 HP bow thruster. A bronze propeller 4 blades 26 x 20 inches. Structural bulkheads consist of ¾ inch marine grade plywood, covered with teak veneer, and cabin sole framing of mahogany, bonded to the inside of the hull and deck surfaces with FRP tape. All portlights are made of stainless steel smoothly polished. All the windows are ¼ inch laminated tinted safety glass, with stainless steel frames. The main cabin rooftop is a molded non skid diamond pattern. The guards are teak, with a solid strip of stainless steel mounted on the outboard face. The rudder has a high density foam stainless steel reinforced, with 1 ¾ inch stainless steel rudder post, and stainless steel bearing fitting. The decks are constructed air dry teak.
All hardware are stainless steel or heavily coated chromed bronze. The bow is fitted with a massive stainless steel double anchor roller. There is a Nillson 3000 Windlass with deck switch. There are 6 stainless steel mooring cleats, and hawse openings. The stanchions are stainless steel with a teak cap, and boarding gate port and starboard. There is 6 stainless steel overhead hatches that add to the ventilation system. A stainless steel davit is mounted on the upper deck fit in a stainless steel pipe support fastened to the main deck, and has an electric motor.
The fuel tanks (2) are stainless steel, both are fitted with inspection plates for tank cleaning, all the fittings welded to the tanks are stainless steel. The water tanks (3) are also in stainless steel, and have sumps at the lowest point of each tank. All fittings are stainless steel and are fitted with inspection plates for easy cleaning. The holding tank for the waste disposal system, is constructed of fiberglass, located in the engine room. This tank has a diaphragm pump, wich is pumped to a stainless steel deck fitting marked waste.
The engine room is lined with lead lined foam with aluminum finish for easy cleaning. The walkways are fitted with diamond plate gratings. The engine room is fitted with a 12 volt blower system for supply air and an air exhaust system to maintain room temperatures. There is lighting and hot and cold fresh water stainless steel sink. There is 2 electric Balmar electric pumps and 1 25 GPM manual pump. The main propulsion engine is a 135 HP Ford Lehman marine diesel. The auxiliary power is a 16 KW Westerbeke generator. There is a full alarm system for engine temperature, engine oil pressure, gear oil pressure and Halon fire protection system.
Enchanter I is also equipped with a trailer custom built from a plan.
12VDC and 110VAC system with panels and fuse / circuit breaker protection
Westerbeke 15 kW genset
2 8D batteries 12VDC - "HOUSE" bank #1
1 8D batterie 12VDC - "HOUSE" bank #2
3 G31 batteries 12VDC - "START" bank #3
Newmar 70A 4 banks batteries charger
30 and 50 amp dockside electrical inlet with 50' hook-up cables. Shore power inlets are fitted port and starboard under hinged step from lower deck to upper side deck. An access port is provided in the hull for cord fittings resulting in no cords laying on the deck.
Below is the list of electrical drawings, all his plans are in English (international language requires)
These plans are also simplified so that the least knowledge of electricity can read them more easily.
To simplify viewing, they are images of small jpeg formats
|1000 - E - AC DC - WIRING DIAGRAM - Battery #4 & #2-0 Wires & AC DC Terminals Blocks|
|1002 - E - AC DC - VIEW - Master Distribution Panel|
|1205 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #03 Port Cabin Light|
|1207 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #09 Stbd 12VDC Outlets - #10 Port 12VDC Outlets|
|1208 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - # 47 - Side Power - SP 75 T - Bow Thruster - Diagram|
|1209 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #13 Radar - #14 Instruments|
|1210 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #19 Head Fan - #32 Galley Blower - #36 Bilge Blowers|
|1211 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #12 LP Gaz Control Detector & Carbon Monoxide Detector - #17 & # 48 Alarm System - #49 Halon System|
|1212 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #15 VHF & Loud Hailer - #16 GPS|
|1213 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #22R Autopilot Rudder Control - #22P Autopilot Hydraulic Pump|
|1214 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #24 Fuel Pump - #34 Oil Change Pump|
|1215 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #01 Fwd Bilge Pump - #23 Aft Bilge Pump|
|1216 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #28 Holding Tank Pump - #29 Head Pump|
|1217 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #18 Windlass - #46 Davit|
|1218 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #25 FW Pump - #26 SW Pump - #27 Shower Sump Pump|
|1219 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #21 Stereo & Speakers System|
|1220 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #35 Wipers - #37 Windsheld Fans - #38 Instruments Light|
|1221 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #39 Navigation Lights - #40 Spotlight - #41 Night Red Light - #42 Depth Sounder - #45 Horn|
|1222 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #11 Spare - #20 Spare - #31 Spare|
|1229 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #101 Rudder Angle Indicator|
|1345 - E - AC - WIRING DETAILS - #50 Battery Charger|
|1346 - E - AC - WIRING DETAILS - #51 Stbd Outlets - #52 Port Outlets - #53 Deck Outlets - #54 Galley Outlets - #55 Compactor|
|1347 - E - AC - WIRING DETAILS - #56 Microwave - #57 Water Maker - #58 Water Heater - #59 Washer & Dryer - #61 Head Lights|
|1348 - E - AC - WIRING DETAILS - #62 Spare - #63 Auxilliary|
|1349 - E - AC - WIRING DETAILS - #64 Air Cond. Aft - # 67 Air Cond. Pump|
|1350 - E - AC DC - WIRING DETAILS - #60 Refrigerator & Freezer - #30 Refrigerator & Freezer|
|1351 - E - AC - WIRING DETAILS - #65 Air Cond. Fwd|
|1352 - E - AC - WIRING DETAILS - #66 Air Cond. Main - #67 Air Cond. Pump|
|1389 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #90 Generator System Engine Room & Pilothouse Control Wirring & Logic Diagram|
|1391 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #90 Generator - Pilothouse Control Wiring Diagram|
|1392 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #90 Generator Battery Wiring Diagram|
|1393 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #100 Lehman Battery Wiring Diagram|
|1395 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #100 Lehman Control Wiring Diagram|
|1397 - E - DC - WIRING DETAILS - #110 Solar Panels System|
|1500 - E - AC DC - WIRING DETAILS - # 120 Volts Galvanic Isolator - Bonding System Wiring Diagram|
|2020 - M - DIAGRAM - Hynautic Hydraulic Rudder System|
|2030 - M - DIAGRAM - Lehman Hynautic Hydraulic Control System|
|2050 - M - DIAGRAM - Lehman & Westerbeke & Transmiission Oil Change System & Used Oil Tank|
|2060 - M - DIAGRAM - Stove LPG Gaz System|
|2070 - M - DIAGRAM - AC 475 - Air Conditioning Gaz System Shematic|
|2080 - M - DIAGRAM - #1 - #2 Fuel Tanks For Lehman - Westerbeke - Webasto Furnace - Fuel Transfert Pumps|
|2090 - M - DIAGRAM - Westerbeke Fresh Water Cooling System|
|2100 - M - DIAGRAM - Lehman Fresh Water Cooling System|
|3000 - P - DIAGRAM - Fresh Water Pressure System|
|3010 - P - DIAGRAM - Water Drain System|
|3020 - P - DIAGRAM - Master Heads, Forward Head & Holding Tank Water System|
|4000 - S - DRAW - Trailer - Plan & Side Views|
|4010 - S - DRAW - Trailer - Front & Rear Views|
|5001 - C - DRAW - Interior Windows Shades & Fabric|
|6000 - H - DRAW - Hull Mesurements|
|6010 - H - DRAW - Hull & Deck Details|
|6020 - H - DRAW - Forward Teck Deck Details|
|7000 - I - DRAW - Interior Roof Covers Parts Numbers & Details|
|7010 - I - DRAW - Windows Dimensions & Details|
|8501-05 - L - LAYOUT - Acommodation Plans|
|8501-06 - L - LAYOUT - Indoard Profiles|
|8501-07 - L - LAYOUT - Joiner Sections|
|8505-01 - D - DRAW - Outboard Profile & Deck Plans|
|8505-02 - D - DRAW - 3D Hull|
|8505-03 - D - DRAW - Color 3D Hull|
|8505-04 - D - DRAW - Stbd Profile Without Flying Bridge|
|8505-07 - D - DRAW - Stbd Black & White Profil Draw|
|8505-08 - D - DRAW - Color Port & Stbd Profiles|
|8505-10 - D - DRAW - Color Rooms & Engine Room Plan Draw|
|8505-11 - D - DRAW - Color Salon & Pilothouse Plan Draw|
90 sheet total
50 Sheets A0 Format of Electricity
8 Sheets A0 Format of Mechanic
3 Sheets A0 Format of plumbing
2 Sheets A0 Format of Trailer & Steel Fabrication
3 Sheets A0 Format of Hull Details
3 Sheets A0 Format Interior Details
5 Sheets A0 Format of construction
11 Sheets A0 Format various drawings
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