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About this handbook
This handbook describes the Raychart 435 Chartplotter and its GPS antenna. The RC435 utilizes Satellite Differential (SD) signals for enhanced navigational accuracy. The Raychart 435 Chartplotter is waterproof and can be installed either above or below deck. The equipment comprises: 6 in Color LCD display with Chart holder compartment for a Navionics Gold Chart electronic chart card Low profile GPS antenna.
The Raychart 435 Chartplotter can output GPS and Waypoint data to operate with other equipment, e.g. an autopilot or repeater instrument connected via the NMEA 0183 interface1. It is also possible to download waypoints and routes to the Raychart 435 from an external source. Note: This handbook contains important information about installing, using and maintaining your new Raymarine product. To get the best from the product, please read this handbook thoroughly.
Throughout this handbook, dedicated buttons are referred to in bold capitals; for example, ENTER. Functions, modes of operation and options are shown in normal capitals, e.g. LIGHT. Operating procedures, which may consist of a single key-press, or a sequence of numbered steps, are indicated by a symbol in the margin. When textual data is displayed on screen, any unavailable data is shown as dashes, one per character. Where procedures refer to Select, this implies using the trackpad to highlight a function and then pressing the ENTER key.
1. National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) 0183 interconnection standard, Version 2.3 April 1998.
How this handbook is organized
OPERATION AND CONFIGURATION.
Chapter 1: Overview
Introduces the Raychart 435, its features and use.
page 7 page 13
Chapter 2: Getting Started
An overview of the controls and how to start using the chartplotter.
Chapter 3: Operation
Explains the operating procedures for chartplotter functions in detail.
Chapter 4: Setting Up
Provides instructions for setting up the chartplotter system, charting preferences and GPS options.
Chapter 5: Installation
Covers planning considerations and detailed instructions for installing the Chartplotter and GPS Antenna on your vessel.
Chapter 6: Maintenance & Fault Finding
Provides information on user maintenance and how to resolve any problems.
Appendix A: Raychart 435 Specification
page 113 page 115
Appendix B: List of Abbreviations
At the end of this handbook we have also included an index, installation templates, and warranty information.
Copyright Raymarine Limited 2003
This handbook contains important information on the installation and operation of your new equipment. In order to obtain the best results in operation and performance, please read this handbook thoroughly. Raymarines Product Support representatives, or your authorized dealer, are available to answer any questions you may have.
To register your Raychart 435 ownership, please take a few minutes to fill out the Warranty registration card at the back of this handbook. It is very important that you complete the owner information and return the card to the factory in order to receive full warranty benefits.
The Raymarine Raychart 435 is a chartplotter display unit with a built-in GPS receiver and is complete with GPS antenna. It is intended for marine navigational purposes on leisure vessels and workboats.
All Raymarine equipment and accessories are designed to the best industry standards for use in the recreational marine environment. The design and manufacture of Raymarine equipment and accessories conform to the appropriate Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standards, but correct installation is required to ensure that performance is not compromised.
The technical and graphical information contained in this handbook, to the best of our knowledge, was correct as it went to press. However, the Raymarine policy of continuous product improvement may change product specifications without prior notice. As a result, unavoidable differences between the product and handbook may occur from time to time, for which liability cannot be accepted by Raymarine. Raymarine is a registered trademark of Raymarine Limited.
WARNING: Product installation This equipment must be installed and operated in accordance with the instructions contained in this handbook. Failure to do so could result in poor product performance, personal injury and/or damage to your boat. WARNING: High Voltage The display unit contains high voltages. Adjustments require specialized service procedures and tools available only to qualified service technicians there are no user serviceable parts or adjustments. The operator should never remove the display unit cover or attempt to service the equipment WARNING: Navigation aid Although we have designed this product to be accurate and reliable, many factors can affect its performance. As a result, it should only be used as an aid to navigation and should never replace common sense and navigational judgement. Always maintain a permanent watch so you can respond to situations as they develop.
Waypoints and routes created on the chartplotter are stored in database lists. These lists can be viewed and items selected for editing. As with pop-up menus, when a database list is on-screen, a set of associated soft keys is also displayed; use the trackpad to select an item from the list, then use the appropriate function to edit the item, e.g. a Waypoint or a Route can be erased.
1.2 Satellite Differential System
The RC435 GPS Antenna utilizes a satellite differential correction system to improve the accuracy and integrity of the basic GPS signals. Three separate compatible systems currently exist or are in development: 1. Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS). Developed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in the USA. 2. European Geostationary Navigation Overlay System (EGNOS). This system is being developed by a European consortium.
3. The MTSAT Satellite-Based Augmentation System (MSAS). Being developed by the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB) for civil aviation use. 1 Overview The area covered by the WAAS system includes the entire United States of America but also extends to a much wider area as detailed below.
135E 75N 150E 165E 180 165W 150W 135W 120W 105W 90W 75W 60W 45W 30W 15W 0 15E
Figure 1-2: WAAS Coverage Map The combination of the WAAS, EGNOS and MSAS systems will provide global satellite based differential GPS augmentation into the future.
How it Works
The following description is based on WAAS, but the principles apply equally to the EGNOS and MSAS systems. WAAS comprises the following components: Ground Reference Stations across the USA. Master Stations located at East Coast and West Coast. Geostationary Satellites located above the equator.
The Ground Reference Stations are located at known positions and receive data continuously from GPS. The Ground Reference Stations send their data to the Master Stations which calculate the error of the GPS-received positions and generate correctional data.
Raychart 435 Chartplotter - Owners Handbook The corrected differential signals are then sent to the two Geostationary Satellites which broadcast the corrected data on the standard GPS frequency, making it available to the GPS Antenna. The RC435 GPS uses the correctional data transmitted by the Geostationary Satellites to refine the basic GPS positional data for greater accuracy.
Figure 1-3: The WAAS System
Availability of WAAS and EGNOS signals
The WAAS system is presently broadcasting in North America. The Raychart 435 Chartplotter is EGNOS compatible. However, at the time of going to print the EGNOS was still under test. Further information on the WAAS and EGNOS systems can be found at: http://www.raymarine.com
Broadcast Continuation and Accuracy
The continuation of the broadcast SD signals is not the responsibility of Raymarine. The navigational accuracy of equipment using these satellite broadcast SD signals is not guaranteed.
This chapter provides information and instructions to allow you to start using your Raychart 435 Chartplotter. It is intended to help you familiarize yourself with the controls before you start using the chartplotter for routine navigation. Note: There is often more than one method of performing a particular task. Normal operating procedures are detailed in Chapter 3. When you are familiar with the system you can adapt these procedures to suit your method of operation.
The Chartplotter display unit includes a Simulator mode, which allows you to practice operating your chartplotter without live GPS data. Section 2.3, Simulator Mode describes how you can switch to this mode. Simulator mode can be used in the following situations: Before the chartplotter has been installed on your vessel. Connect the Chartplotter display unit to a 12V DC power supply, fused at 1A, connecting the red core from the power lead to positive (+) and the black core to negative (-); see Chapter 5 for full details. Once the chartplotter has been installed on your vessel and while in a marina or otherwise at anchor.
2 Getting Started
2.2 Switching On/Off
To turn the chartplotter display unit on, press the POWER key. The keys
illuminate, the display unit beeps and the Raychart logo is displayed, followed by this warning: WARNING THE ELECTRONIC CHART IS AN AID TO NAVIGATION DESIGNED TO FACILITATE THE USE OF AUTHORISED GOVERNMENT CHARTS, NOT TO REPLACE THEM. ONLY OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT CHARTS AND NOTICES TO MARINERS CONTAIN ALL INFORMATION NEEDED FOR THE SAFETY OF NAVIGATION AND, AS ALWAYS, THE CAPTAIN IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR PROPER USE. When you have read and understood the warning, press the ENTER key. If this is the first time that the chartplotter has been switched on and no chart card is installed, the display shows the background world map at Lat. 0/Lon 0.
To turn the display unit off, press and hold the POWER key. A countdown
timer is displayed. Keep holding the key until this reaches zero when the unit will power off.
Removing a Gold Chart card
CAUTION: DO NOT use a metallic instrument, e.g. a screwdriver or pliers, to aid removal, as doing so can cause irreparable damage.
To remove a Gold Chart card:
1. 2. 3. 4. Open the chart card door. Gently press the card release button. Grip the card and pull to remove it from its slot. To prevent the ingress of water, close the chart card door and press firmly until an audible click is heard.
Card release button
To insert chart card
To remove chart card
Figure 2-2: Insertion and removal of Gold Chart cards
Loading the Chart Data
A Gold Chart Card can hold multiple chart area portfolios. When the flash card is inserted for the first time and the display powered on the following is displayed.
"ENTER" TO LOAD "CLEAR" TO QUIT
Note: One chart portfolio can be loaded from the Gold Chart Card to the display memory at a time. Use the trackpad up/down to select the required chart and press ENTER to load it into the chartplotters memory. If a different portfolio is required this can be accessed by the SELECT CHART option (see page 90).
Displaying the Chart Data
The new chart data will be displayed when you move the cursor into an area covered by the new chart. The boundary of each chart is defined by a box or rectangle. (You can switch off the chart boundaries display as part of chart set up described in Chapter 4).
This chapter explains how to use the chart functions to navigate with the Raychart 435.
The Raychart 435 makes it very easy to mark a waypoint and travel towards it. However, always check first that the route is safe. If you are using the chartplotter in combination with an autopilot, the autopilot will normally prompt for confirmation before it steers the vessel towards a waypoint. If a route has been entered using a less detailed chart, zoom in for more detail to check for hazards, such as small shoals, that may not be shown on the less detailed charts. Note: Until you are familiar with interpreting the chart display, you should take every opportunity to compare the displayed objects with visual targets, such as buoys and coastal structures. You should practice harbour and coastal navigation during daylight and in clear weather conditions. The equipment should not be used as a substitute for good navigational practice. 3 Operation
3.3 Working with Routes
A route is made up of a series of waypoints (maximum 50). A route is made by placing a series of waypoints on the chart. When a route is created it becomes the current route and is displayed onscreen. The current route is maintained after power-off. Only one route can be current and is displayed (if it is in the field-of-view) as solid lines connecting waypoints. If following the route, the current leg is shown as a dotted line. After a route has been created, the GOTO key can be used to follow the route. The GOTO key provides various other options as described in Section 3.4, Following Routes and Going to Target Points. Up to 20 routes can be saved in the route database. Any one of these can be selected from the database to be used as the current route. The current route can be edited by adding and/or moving waypoints. When a route has been saved, options are also provided to name or erase a route. This section explains how to perform the following tasks: Create a new route. Save the current route in the database. Clear the current route. Retrieve a route from the database list as the current route.
Raychart 435 Chartplotter - Owners Handbook Display route information, including route leg data and waypoint details. Use the database list to erase and name existing routes. Edit a route by adding, removing and moving waypoints.
Note: The system is limited to 500 unique waypoints yet 20 routes of 50 waypoints as stated above are permissible. This figure is achieved by using waypoints in more than one route.
To access the route function bar:
2. Select ROUTES to display the first level functions.
3. Select MORE to see more functions. 3 Operation
4. Select MORE again to return to the first level functions. 5. Press CLEAR twice to return to chart mode.
Creating a New Route
Note: If there is a current route on screen, it is cleared when MAKE ROUTE is selected. Ensure that this route is saved before continuing. If following the current route you must STOP FOLLOW (see page 49) before a new route can be created. Waypoints in a route can be added/removed after it has been created, either via the ROUTES function or via the cursor (see Editing a Route in the following sections).
To save and name the current route:
1. Select ROUTES, followed by MORE. 2. Select SAVE ROUTE. The Save Route list is displayed. 3. The next available entry on the list is highlighted. If required, use trackpad up/down to select another position in the list; this can be a blank slot, or an existing route no longer required.
4. Press ENTER to save the route. Press ENTER again (in response to the prompt) to name the route or CLEAR to save as the default ROUTE XX, where XX is the next available number. When naming a route, use the trackpad to move the cursor right or left to the character to be edited. Use trackpad up/down to scroll through the characters. The name can contain up to eight alphanumeric characters, including spaces. 5. Press ENTER to finish and clear the Route List, then press CLEAR twice to return to the chart mode.
Clearing the Current Route from the Screen
To clear the current route from the screen, select CLEAR ROUTE. If the current route has not been saved, you are prompted to save it.
To clear the current route from the screen:
1. Select ROUTES or place the cursor over a route leg until the leg data is displayed in the Status Bar. 2. Select CLEAR ROUTE and press ENTER to clear the route or press CLEAR to cancel the operation. 3. If the route has not been saved, a prompt gives the options ENTER to save or CLEAR to remove the route from the screen. 4. To save the route in the database, press ENTER. The Name Route functions are displayed, see Saving the Current Route on page 36.
Retrieving a Route from the Database
A route from the database list can be selected as the current route. The list is accessed from the second set of ROUTES functions.
To select a route as the current route:
1. Select ROUTES, followed by MORE, then ROUTE LIST. The route list is displayed with the currently selected route highlighted (Figure 3-2 ). 2. Select SHOW ROUTE. The route list is removed and the selected route is shown on screen as the current route.
Figure 3-2: Route List Display
Displaying Route Leg and Waypoint Information
To display information about a route leg, move the cursor over the leg
until its data is displayed in the status bar at the top of the screen
To remove the data, move the cursor away from the route leg or press CLEAR.
To display information about a route waypoint, move the cursor over the
Raychart 435 Chartplotter - Owners Handbook ON COURSE if the waypoint line is dead ahead. If no GOTO or follow is in progress, the steering instruction is NOT TRACKING, no steering arrows are shown, but the rhumb line indicator is shown. The graphical XTE indication will place arrows either side of the steering instruction and pointing towards it dependent on the difference between COG and bearing to Waypoint. The first arrow is shown when the difference reaches 5 and thereafter at 5 intervals.
The Waypoint Data display comprises text data occupying the whole screen.
Figure 3-7: Waypoint Data If a route is not selected, the ROUTE field displays NO ROUTE. The WAYPOINT field shows the name of the waypoint. If the waypoint is part of a route then the title field includes the waypoint index in the route. If there is no target waypoint the text indicates NO WAYPOINT and all waypoint data is shown as dashes, one per character. If a route is being followed and the waypoint is not named, the text shows the waypoint number within the route (as displayed on screen). If a GOTO Cursor or Port is in progress, the text indicates GOTO CURSOR or GOTO Port Name.
Chapter 3: Operation BRG, RNG and XTE data relate to the target waypoint.
Time refers to time data which is acquired from GPS information. Any local time offset is set in the System Set Up menu, see Chapter 4. The Time To Go (TTG) and Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) data relate to the target waypoint (not the whole route) and are based on the Speed Over Ground (SOG) towards the target. If the VMG is negative, or data is not available, these fields are replaced by dashes, one per character. The steering instruction is STEER STARBOARD if the XTE is 0.01nm or more to port, STEER PORT if the XTE is 0.01nm or more to starboard or ON COURSE if XTE is less than 0.01 on either side. If no GOTO or follow is in progress, the steering instruction is NOT TRACKING, no steering arrows are shown, but the rhumb line indicator is shown. The graphical XTE indication places arrows either side of the rhumb line indicator and pointing towards it, dependent on the value of XTE. The first arrow is shown when the XTE reaches 0.01nm, the second at.05nm and subsequently at 0.1nm intervals. Note: The steering instruction and graphical XTE indication are repeated on all text-only displays.
To set the position data manually:
1. Display the Position functions as described for Sunrise/Sunset display above. 2. Select SET POSITION then either: i. VESSEL POSITION which sets the position to the current position of the vessel, or ii. SELECT POSITION which enables specific Latitude/Longitude data to be entered. Use cursor left/right to select individual characters to edit. Use cursor up/down to select the required character. iii.Press ENTER to complete, or CLEAR to abort, the change(s).
3.6 Transferring Waypoints and Routes
There are two methods of transferring waypoints and routes. The first is via the NMEA interface and the seconds is via the Gold Chart card. The transferring to and from the Gold Chart card is described in the Using Archives section on page 62.
Waypoints and routes can be received and transmitted via NMEA, see also Chapter 5, Installing the Chartplotter on page 100. The NMEA link could be to a PC, typically via a spare RS232 COM port.
Managing Database Lists
The SEND WAYPOINTS function sends all waypoints in the Waypoint List and all routes in the Route List. Sending the Waypoint List does not affect current routes. Note: Sending the Waypoint List includes waypoints in an unsaved route. The RECEIVE WAYPOINTS function adds waypoints and routes received via NMEA to the Waypoint List and Route List. Note: Where multiple waypoints have the same position, the last waypoint sent is the only one included in the Waypoint List.
To send waypoints (and route lists):
1. In chart mode, press ENTER; the primary function bar is displayed:
3. Select WAYPOINT LIST. The Waypoint List is displayed, with its associated function bar:
4. Initiate receiving of waypoints on the NMEA compatible equipment. 5. Select WPT/ROUTE TRANSFER. The waypoint transfer functions are displayed:
6. Select SEND WAYPOINTS and press ENTER; the text changes to STOP SENDING. 7. To stop waypoint transfer, press ENTER.
To receive waypoints and route lists:
1. Display the Waypoint List as previously described, then select WPT/ ROUTE TRANSFER. 2. Select RECEIVE WAYPOINTS and press ENTER; the text changes to STOP RECEIVING and remains selected. 3. Initiate sending waypoints on the NMEA compatible equipment. 4. To stop waypoint transfer, press ENTER. Note: If either the Waypoint List or Route List becomes full, a warning is displayed and the operation is terminated.
Loading or Deleting an Archived Track
Using the TRACK ARCH. LIST function, a previously archived track can be loaded back into the chartplotters memory, renamed or deleted.
To load, delete or rename a track from the archive:
Chapter 3: Operation 2. Using trackpad left/right, select ARCHIVES.
3. Using trackpad left/right, select MORE. and then TRACK ARCH. LIST.
Figure 3-14: Track Archive List 4. A list of archived tracks is displayed. To load a track from the archive: Use trackpad up/down to select the track you wish to load and press ENTER To delete a track from the archive: Use trackpad up/down to select the track you wish to delete, then use the trackpad left/right to select DELETE ARCHIVE and press ENTER
Raychart 435 Chartplotter - Owners Handbook To rename a track in the archive: Use trackpad up/down to select the track you wish to rename, then use the trackpad left/right to select RENAME ARCHIVE and press ENTER The first character of the selected track name will be highlighted. Use the trackpad left/right to select the character and up/down to change. When your changes are complete, press ENTER to save or CLEAR to discard any changes.
Archiving a Waypoint Set
To archive the waypoints currently loaded on the system:
3. Select ARCHIVE WAYPOINT. You can now (if required) change the name of the waypoint set to be archived. Use trackpad left/right and up/down to change. Press ENTER when complete. To leave without archiving, press CLEAR.
Figure 3-15: Archiving a Waypoint 4. The waypoint set is now archived. Press CLEAR twice to return to normal operation. 3 Operation Note: Once archived, waypoints can be erased from the chartplotters memory to free up space. (See Erasing Waypoints on page 32)
Loading or Deleting an Archived Waypoint Set
Using the WAYPOINT ARCH. LIST function, a previously archived waypoint set can be loaded back into the chartplotter, renamed or deleted.
To load, delete or rename a waypoint set from the archive:
Raychart 435 Chartplotter - Owners Handbook 2. Using trackpad left/right, select ARCHIVES.
3. Using trackpad left/right, select MORE. and then WAYPOINT ARCH. LIST.
ADD REPLACE WAYPOINTS WAYPOINTS
Figure 3-16: Waypoint Archive List 4. A list of archived waypoint sets is displayed. Note: When loading waypoint sets onto the chartplotter, you can either add to the waypoints currently loaded on the chartplotter or replace the waypoints currently loaded. To load a waypoint set from the archive: Use trackpad up/down to select the waypoint set you wish to load, use the trackpad left/right to select either ADD WAYPOINTS or REPLACE WAYPOINTS and press ENTER To delete a waypoint set from the archive: Use trackpad up/down to select the waypoint set you wish to delete, then use the trackpad left/right to select DELETE ARCHIVE and press ENTER
Poor display definition No position information No fix
No NMEA data received
Loss of stored data, eg. waypoints
No detailed chart data
6.4 Technical Support
Please visit our website at: www.raymarine.com/recreational/support where you will find a Questions & Answers database, service information and e-mail access to the Technical Support department. Alternatively, if you dont have access to our website, call: 1-800-539-5539 extension 2444 or (603) 881-5200 extension 2444
CE Size Weight Environmental Conforms to 89/336/EEC(EMC), EN60945:1997 177mm (7in) x 175mm (6.9in) x 63mm (2.5in), excluding trunnion 0.85 kg (1.87 lb.) Waterproofing: To US Coast Guard Standard CFR46; suitable for external mounting -10C to 50C -20C to 70C up to 95% RH
Temp Range - Operating: Temp Range -Storage: Humidity Mounting Power Input Trunnion (yoke) or panel 10.0VDC to 18.0VDC 12Vdc nominal Consumption - Typical Controls Display type Display Interfaces
<10W @12VDC including GPS
6 defined keys and trackpad TFT LCD 320 x 240 pixels (VGA) color portrait Power/NMEA NMEA 0183 receive and transmit Waypoint upload/download (WPL & RTE) 12 Channel GPS Antenna with Satellite Differential capability
GPS Cartography Software update Memory
Navionics Gold Chart cartridge Via Cartography cartridge interface Capacity: Waypoints: 500 max (20 routes of up to 50 waypoints) Track history: 2000 points
GPS Frequency: GPS Sensitivity GPS Signal acquisition:
1575.42 MHz 1 MHz (C/A code), L1 -130dBm Automatic
GPS Time to first fix: GPS Position accuracy: Geodetic Datum GPS Antenna Cable length:
3 minutes maximum, typically <90 seconds <15m RMS. <5m with SD-GPS WGS-84 (Customer Selectable Position Correction) 10m (33ft)
WPL, RTE, XTE, APB, BWR, RMB
BDI BTW CDI COG dGPS DTG EMC ETA GPS HDOP Bearing Deviation Indicator Bearing To Waypoint Course Deviation Indicator Course Over Ground. The actual direction of your vessels movement over the ground. Differential Global Positioning System Distance To Go Electro-Magnetic Compatibility Estimated Time of Arrival Global Positioning System Horizontal Dilution Of Precision. The multiplicative factor that modifies ranging error. It is caused solely by the geometry between your vessel and your set of satellites. Man OverBoard National Marine Electronics Association (interconnection standard) Satellite Differential Speed Over Ground. The rate of movement of the vessel over the ground. Time To Go Universal Time Constant - also known as GMT Waypoint Cross Track Error
All Raymarine products sold or provided hereunder are merely aids to navigation. It is the responsibility of the user to exercise discretion and proper navigational skill independent of any Raymarine equipment.
Document number: 84064-9 July 2002
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Exstra Options Elan 37, 2004
Racing pack: -upgraded keel stepped mast (standing and running rigging) -upgraded deck equipment Harken -folding propeller-Flex-o-Fold Comfort pack: -hot water (with hot water shower in cockpit) -refrigerator with accumulation plate -220 V shore connection with 30m shore power cable -battery charger 12V/20A/50-300Ah -plugbox 220V each cabin, navigation table, galley and head - stereo with CD and two speakers in saloon and cockpit (watertight) Electronic pack: -Raymarine ST60 Tridata -Raymarine ST60 Wind -Raymarine Autopilot ST 6001 Other options: -deep racing keel 2.30 -Tuff Luff -Spinnaker pole aluminium with spinnaker equipement -cocpit table removable -electric windlass 1000W with removable steam head -additional cockpit seat and locker behind helmsman -extra berth in saloon -upholstery - microfibre -electrical blige pump in shower -Heating WEBASTO AIR TOP 3500 -RAYMARINE Raychart 435 -RAYMARINE ST 60 Multi -VHF Raymarine Ray 54 E -blue hull -
-North Sails 3DL MAIN carbon/aramid genova #1 LIGHT genova #1 MEDIUM/HEAVY genova #3 105% spinaker S1 VMG spinaker S2
Standard Equipement: HULL: The hull is vacum infused laminate. All layers are laminated with isopthalic polyester resin for osmosis protection. DECK: The deck is a vacuum infused multi-axial laminate, partly polyester - PVC sandwich construction for thermo and sound isolation.
HULL TO DECK JOINT: The deck is glued and bolted to the flange on the hull.
KEEL: The 2290 kilograms keel is made of cast iron (standard draft is 2.05m) A 2.05m and 2.30m lead keels are optional.
RUDDER: The balanced rudder is a fiberglass reinforced polyester laminate with rudder stock and internal grid, both constructed in stainless steel.
CE - CERTIFICATION The E37 has been built in accordance with the European CE - certification and meets the requirements of the CE - directive 94/25/CE for recreational crafts. These rules require a certain standard of hull and deck strength, structural bulkheads and stringer, keel and rudder and their
attachment to the hull, safety and stability, engine and gas installation, sea cocks, manuals and documentation of all major installations.
DECK EQUIPMENT Stainless steel steam head fitting with roller. Self bailing anchor locker with closing facility. Stainless steel forward pulpit. Stainless steel aft pushpits with flagpole holder. Stainless steel stanchions. 2 rows of sheated stainless steel cable lifelines with turnbuckles. 4 mooring cleats. Teak toe rail. 2 stainless steel grabrails on coachroof. 2 x deck organizers. 2 x clutches. 2 winches on coachroof. 2 genoa sheet winches. 2 genoa sheet tracks with adjustable ball bearing genoa cars, adjustable from cockpit also under tension. Mainsheet traveller track adjustable from cockpit. Engine control lever under cockpit seat. Engine dashboard near steering pedestal. Teak laid cockpit seats, cockpit floor and bathing platform. Compass on the steering pedestal. 1 Winch handle bin. 2 cockpit lockers on port and starboard side. 1 gas bottle locker, draining outboard. Bathing platform with stainless steel bathing ladder. Fresh water shower at transom. Leather covered steering wheel (1500 mm in diameter). Instrument console above sliding door.
MAST STANDING RIGGING Fractional rig.
Silver anodized aluminium keel stepped mast. Silver anodized aluminium single line reefing boom. Mast step fitting with blocks. Spinnaker pole rail. Stainless steel standing rigging. Rigid boom vang with gas spring. 2 sets of aft swept airfoil tapered spreaders.
RUNNING RIGGING All halyards and tensioners running to cockpit. All halyards and the plastic reinforced electrical cable are running inside mast. 1 jib halyard. 1 main halyard. 2 genoa sheets. 1 main sheet. 1 outhaul for main. 2 main sheet traveler car adjusting lines. 2 genoa sheet car adjusting lines. 2 reefing lines - outhaul lead back to cockpit. 1 spi halyard. 1 spi - pole uphaul. 1 boom lift messenger. 1 genoa 2 messenger.
FORWARD CABIN: Headroom 1780 mm. 1 double berth 2150mm x 1450/100mm with 120mm high density foam mattress. 2 large hanging lockers. 2 large lateral stowage shelves.
Storages under berth with top access. 1 reading light with switch. 1 overhead light with switch. 1 large deck escape hatch.
AFT CABINS: Headroom 1900mm. 1 double berth 2000 mm x 1400/850mm with 120mm high density foam mattress (port side cabin). 1 double berth 2000 mm x 1100/550mm with 120mm high density foam mattress (starboard side cabin). 1 large hanging locker. 1 large lateral storage shelve. 2 reading spot light with switch. 1 overhead light with switch. 1 opening cockpit portlight and fixed hull portlight with curtains. Access to engine room.
HEAD / BATHROOM: Headroom 1880mm. Marine toilet secured with easy accessible inlet and outlet seacocks. Washbasin with pressurized tap. Stowage locker under the sink with access to seacocks. 4 stowage locks above washbasin. 1 hand bilge pump for shower bilge. Wet locker with drainage to central bilge. 1 mirror. 2 overhead lights. 2 opening deck portlight with curtain.
SALOON: Headroom 1900mm. Large ergonomically U - shaped settee with cushions and backrests on starboard side with water tank (150 liters) and batteries
underneath. Centerline settee with water tank (50 liters) and fuel tank of 125 liters underneath on port side. Large folding saloon table. (auxiliary double bunk as an option). 2 opening deck portlights with curtains. 1 large deck hatch in the middle of saloon. Lockers and shelves along the hull on both sides. 3 halogen overhead lights with switch. Access to engine room.
GALLEY: Headroom 1880mm. L - shaped working top. Well insulated top opening 12V refrigerator. Gimbaled 2 - ring cooker and oven with safety rail. Double sink. Tap with pressurized water system. Lockers and drawers for appliances, dishes and cutlery above and under the worktop. 1 opening deck portlight with curtain. 1 halogen overhead light with switch. 3 halogen lights over the worktop.
NAVIGATION STATION: Chart table 700 x 600mm. Adjustable reading spotlight. Panel for navigation instruments with voltmeter for batteries, fresh water and fuel level indicator. Bookshelf, lockers and drawers. Navigators seat with stowage compartment underneath. 1 opening deck porlight with curtain.
WATER SYSTEM Central electric bilge pump with automatic float switch. Hand operated bilge pump in cockpit with strainer in bilge. 2 fresh water tanks (200 liters) in saloon. Electric fresh water pump.
ENGINE EQUIPMENT Diesel engine 29HP fitted with sail drive. Fuel tank of 125 liters (under port side seat in the saloon). Fuel filter with water separator. Sea water filter. Engine room is sound proofed and insulated with special foam to CE standard. Engine compartment ventilation via 2 ventilators. Fixed propeller. Excellent all round accessibility to engine. Engine mounted on foundation, built into the inner moulding. Engine alternator 60A. Engine hour counter.
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 12V circuit. 2 x 100 Ah batteries (one for engine and one for users). 2 separate main switches and blocking diode. All circuit is protected with individual magnetic circuit breakers. Navigation lights: bi-color on pulpit, stern on pushpit, steaming, flood, anchor and compass illumination. 220V shore power plug with 30 m shore power cable. Plug box 220 V (mini). Battery charger. 2 x 12V plug on the instrument panel.
GAS SYSTEM 3 kg butane - propane gas bottles.
30 mbar pressure - relief valve with a shut - off switch. Gas installation using 8mm copper tubes.
MISCELLANEOUS 2 winch handles. Owner s manual. Emergency tiller. 2 fire extinguishers.
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