1996 Manta 40 40' Cruising Catamaran

1996 Manta 40 40' Cruising Catamaran.

Happy Times is ready to go sailing now! Not tomorrow, not next week, not next month. This 1996 Manta 40 has everything a couple or a family needs to sail the ocean blue. We know because we did it. Our family of three sailed throughout the Caribbean, Keys and Florida. Happy Times has everything necessary for safe, comfortable live-a-board cruising -- from rigging and sails to electronics. Moreover, as liveaboards we maintain our vessel daily. Live your dream of full-time cruising aboard Happy Times today!

Flag of Registry: United States

Stuart, FL

LOA: 39 ft. 8 in.
Beam: 21 ft.
LWL: 39 ft.
Maximum Draft: 3 ft.10 in.
Bridge Clearance: 63 ft.
Dry Weight: 13,000 lbs.

Port and Starboard Engines
Both: Volvo-Penta
HP: 30
Engine model: MD2030 with sail drives
Hours: 2,800 x 2
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Cruising Speed: 7 knots
Maximum Speed: 10 knots

Fresh Water Tanks: 100 Gallons
Fuel Tanks: 100 Gallons
Holding Tanks: 20 Gallons each

Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 2

Electrical Equipment
Electrical Circuit: 110V

Yacht Description and Inventory

This owners' version features a master suite on the port side. A VIP suite and stateroom are located on the starboard side with a pass-through head. Happy Times comfortably sleeps 6 and has been known to have sundowners with numerous guests.

Spectra Cape Horn Watermaker
750 watts of solar power, wind generator, AGM batteries and NextGen 5.5 KW generator
Standard Horizon VHF with AIS receiver
Top-loading freezer that freezes ice cream
Garmin autopilot, chartplotter and wind sensor
Mack Sails mainsail with cat pack and jib sheet
Rocna anchor

Beautiful custom-made wooden dining table that seats 6
Table expands with two wings on piano hinges
Curved settee with Sunbrella Pacific blue fabric
Teak and holly flooring throughout
Expansive windows offer clear view of bow
Wet hanging locker for safety gear
Dry storage with charging station and space for printer

U-shaped galley, which is up, is perfectly shaped for cooking while under passage
New Force 10 stove with 3 burners and oven with broiler
Ample storage for cookware and pots and pans
Salt water faucet
6-gallon water heater
Double stainless steel sink

Nav Station
Fusion UD650 AM/FM receiver with Bluetooth/iPhone/iPod/Pandora
Standard Horizon VHF radio with AIS receiver
Xantrex LinkPro battery monitor
ICOM802 SSB with Pactor modem, KISS ground-plane system, SSB antenna, DSC antenna
Heart Freedom 10 battery charger/inverter
Electrical panel with easy access

Port Hull
The owners' suite is designed for comfort and privacy.
Queen-sized bed
Double cedar-lined hanging closet
Multiple drawers and cubbies for storage
Full stand-up shower with hand-held spray
Medicine cabinet for two
Beautiful teak credenza with ample shelves for storing boat manuals, books and linens or displaying decor
Generous pantry for storing dry goods for long or short passages

Starboard Hull
VIP Stateroom features a queen-size berth, storage drawers and cedar-lined hanging closet
Separate shower and toilet
Teak book shelves
Forward Guest Stateroom with storage for portable washing machine and tools

Seating for 8
Table for 2
Helm seat built for the captain's comfort
All lines lead to the helm for safe piloting under severe weather conditions

Garmin auto pilot
Garmin gWind wireless sensor with two displays: GMI 20 and GNX 20/21
ACR GlobalFix v4 EPIRB, model #2831, Category II
Fusion UD650 AM/FM receiver with Bluetooth/iPhone/iPod/Pandora media playback and new Fusion exterior speakers
Garmin HD radar dome
Heart Freedom 10 battery charger/inverter
ICOM802 SSB with Pactor modem, KISS ground-plane system, SSB antenna, DSC antenna
Garmin 701 chartplotter with Bluechart Garmin maps on chip
Standard Horizon VHF radio with AIS receiver
Standard Horizon portable VHF radio
Xantrex LinkPro battery monitor
NMEA backbone

Kyocera 245-watt solar panels (3) with BlueSky MPPT controller
Starter batteries
6 200-amp, 6-volt AGM (amalgamated glass mattes) house batteries
D400 Eclectic wind generator
NextGen 5.5 KW generator

Refrigerator/freezer with up-to-date condenser and compressor
Spectra Cape Horn Watermaker that produces 17 gallons of fresh water per hour
2 Cruiseair A/C units also provide heat
Alpenglow dome LED lights with night-vision red lights

Self-tacking camberspar jib operates from helm
Full battened main with Mack Sail Cat Pack
Updated lifelines and standing rigging
Electric winch in cockpit for raising sails

Ground Tackle
72lb/33k Rocna anchor spliced with regalvanized anchor chain and 200' plait line
Bridle lines installed with Mantus chain hooks
200' plait line spliced onto 30' chain attached to existing fortress anchor
Maxwell windlass 1500

Other Equipment
10' Avon RIB dinghy with 18 hp Tohatsu engine, seat and chaps
Cockpit enclosure made of Strataglass has 3 easy opening zippered sections
1" webbed trampolines tested up to 10,000 lbs. and secured with Dyneema
3-way LED anchor light
Propane Gas grill
LifeSling safety line with harness
Fresh water shower on starboard stern
3 fire extinguishers

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