The Waterline 50 combines elements of many of our designs into one amazing package. With nearly 48 feet of waterline and a modest beam this sleek cruiser makes the miles fly by.
Full wrap around visibility from the nav station, galley and upper settee facilitates all weather comfort while under way.
The cockpit has twin helm stations to enhance visibility while sailing and maneuvering in port. Sail shortening and handling from the cockpit is a breeze with electric halyard and genoa sheet winches. The Waterline 50 is an outstanding choice for the serious offshore sailor who refuses to settle for less.
Waterline 50 – Standard Specifications
(Waterline Yachts reserves the right to substitute and or make changes to these specifications.)
Displacement 42,000 lbs.
Ballast 13,000 lbs.
Sail Area 1240 sq. ft.
Fuel 250 gal.
Water 200 gal.
Hull and Deck Metalwork Construction Specifications:
·Mild steel minimum 44,000 PSI yield
Keel bottom – 1”
Keel sides – ¼”
Hull skin – 3/16”
House/deck/cockpit – 10/11 gauge
·Transverse and longitudinal framing of 1 ¼ x 1 ¼ x 3/16 angleCoating System:·Molten zinc metalized exterior topsides and deck
·Epoxy barrier coats – Devoe 235
·Epoxy fairing – Awlgrip Awlfair, Awlgrip Ultrabuild and Awlgrip 545
·Top coat – Awlgrip polyurethane
·Nonskid – Awlgrip Griptex
·Antifouling – Devoe ABC #3
·Teak decking in cockpit and transom steps
·Engine – Yanmar 4LHA-HTP 160 HP
·Engine instrument panel – type “C”
·Shaft – 1 ¾” stainless steel with PSS seal
·Propeller – MaxProp 23”, three blade, classic
·Racor R75 dual manifold filter
·Walbro fuel pump
·Reverso OP-6 oil change pump
·Whitlock Mamba dual direct drive steering
·Two 36” leather wrapped stainless steel wheels
·Autopilot system budget allowance
House bank – 4 Lifeline AGM 8D
Engine/genset – 2 Lifeline AGM 27 series
·Yanmar 80 amp alternator (start bank charging)
·160 amp high output alternator (house bank charging)
·5 KW Northern Lights generator
·Battery monitor/alternator regulator system
·5 KVA isolation transformer
·30 amp shore power system/50 foot cord set
·Sine wave 3000 watt inverter/charger
·Budget allowance provide for light fixtures
Plumbing and Propane Systems:
·Water tanks – 2 stainless steel, 100 imperial gallons each
·11 gallon hot water tank – Force 10
·Black water tank – 40 gallon Sealand system
·Pressure water system – VSD constant pressure pump
·Shower drain – Whale Gulper 220
·Deck washdown system
·2 automatic bilge pumps
·1 manual bilge pump
·Galley sink – double stainless steel
·Integral solid surface basin in head
·Galley and head faucets – budget allowance provided
·Transom/cockpit shower – Heatercraft
·Heads – Groco manual
·Propane monitor/control – Xintex
·Propane fuel storage – 2 Trident aluminum 20 lb. bottles
·Stove – Force 10 three burner stove with broiler/oven/thermostat
·Refrigeration – budget allowance provided
·Compact microwave oven
·Cabin heat – Espar Hydronic 10 system
·Engine room automatic fire extinguisher
Instrumentation and Electronics:
·2 Plath glass dome pod mounted compasses
·Tank Tender 4 tank level monitor system
·Deck hatches – Lewmar Ocean series (7)
·Screen/blind option on interior hatches
·Opening Ports – Lewmar Atlantic series (4)
·Fixed hull ports – laminated heat strengthened glass
·Deck ventilators – Nicro Powervent stainless steel cover (4)
·Laminated heat strengthened glass wrap-around house windows
·Acrylic sliding companionway hatch with hide-away acrylic drop board
Spars and Rigging:
·Deck or keel stepped triple spreader aluminum spar
·Track set up on mast for spinnaker pole.
·Dyeform wire rigging with Norseman terminals at bottom end.
·Navtec integral back stay adjusters.
·Two back stays, one insulated.
·Running back stays.
·Main and Genoa halyards of spectra cored line.
·Other running rigging of extra low stretch polyester.
·Aquasignal mast head trilight.
·Aquasignal foredeck & steaming light combination.
·VHF antenna at masthead.
·Windex 15 wind direction indicator.
·Schaefer 4100 furling system on headsail with “clear step” lead blocks.
·Forespar rigid boom vang.
·Budget allowance for UK sail package.
·Self-tailing stainless steel Andersen winches including:
Primaries – 2 of size 68ST 2 + 1 electric
Main halyard – size 52ST 2 + 1 electric
Main sheet – size 52ST
Mast mounted halyard winches – 2 of size 52ST
Runners/furling lines – 2 of size 46ST
Deck hardware package (blocks, tracks, clutches) per designed deck layout.
·Winch handles (3), with 3 PVC pockets mounted on steering pods and 1 at mast.
·Waterline signature Polished SS toe rail.
·SS 15″ heavy duty cleats at bow, midship and stern – total of 6.
·SS handrails on house top and transom.
·Budget allowance for custom railwork including bow pulpit, stern pushpit and swim ladder.
·SS 1 1/4″ x 30″ high stanchions with double PVC coated lifelines.
·Lewmar V4 12V electric windlass with chain and rode gypsy and handheld remote control.
·Double SS bow roller.
·2 roller mounted anchors (Lewmar 66 lb. Claw and 88 lb. Delta).
·300′ 3/8” high tensile chain.
·Budget allowance for dodger.
·Mooring package including fenders and dock lines (4 each).
·Polyurethane spray foam insulation (1 1/2 – 3″ throughout).
·Engine compartment soundproofing.
·Hull sides lined with mahogany plywood, finished with hardwood ceiling where visible (maple or equivalent).
·Bulkheads paneled with veneer (maple or equivalent).
·Joinery of solid hardwood (maple or equivalent) including corner posts, cabinet faces, door and window frames, drawer fronts and louvered cabinet doors.
·Laminates used for finishing on vertical and horizontal surfaces where not paneled.
·Solid surface galley and vanity tops.
·Hardwood cabin sole (cherry or equivalent).
·Headliner of painted T & G style panels.
·Satin urethane finish throughout (3 coats).
·Budget allowance provided for quality interior hardware.
·Fiberglass shower pan with laminate walls and Plexiglas door.
·Upholstery budget allowance provided for style and material of customer’s choice.
SAIL AWAY $1,495,000 USD (plus all applicable taxes)