Privilege 39 DHARMA BUM III

The Privilege 39 is a true blue-water cruising catamaran. With four large double staterooms, four heads and four showers this yacht will accommodate eight adults or a family with children in luxury and comfort. The enormous T-shaped cockpit is protected against the sun with a full bimini-top, making it the lounging area of choice both while cruising or at anchor. If the weather should discourage the use of the cockpit, the main salon provides comfortable seating inside.

SPECIFICATIONS PICTURES
Length LOA 39' 4"  At Anchor
Head room 6’ 6”  At The Dock
Draft from 3 - 3'  Aft Cabin
Electric anchor windlass  Forward Cabin
Hot and cold pressure water  Modified Steps
Isotherm/Indel refrigeration  Galley
4 heads / 4 showers below  Salon Table
Large Solar Array  Aft Cockpit
125 gallon fresh water  Helm
Cockpit speakers  Head and Shower
 
Boat Name:  DHARMA BUM III

Model:
Privilege 39
Year:  1993
Price: US$ 140,000 USD
Location:
Phuket, Thailand
Hull Material:  Fiberglass
Engine/Fuel Type: Twin Diesel
Builder:  Jeantot Marine
LOA:  39'5
LWL:  36'
Beam:  21'
Displacement: 13500 lb.
Draft:  3'7
Engine(s):  2 x Volvo
Engine(s) HP:  2 x 40
Engine Model: Volvo 2040 (1999)
Cruising Speed: 7 K @ 2300 rpm
Max Speed:  9 K @ 2900 rpm
Fuel: 107 gal.
Water:  170 gal.


LAYOUT & ACCOMMODATIONS:
4 cabins with 4 heads and 4 showers
Two identical 51 sq. ft. cabins aft, with a large (80" x 54") double bed
Two identical 50 sq. ft. cabins forward, with a large (76" x 60") double bed
Port companionway has galley
Starboard companionway has storage, freezer and, electrical panel
Saloon has bankette seating for 8, folding-leaves cherry dining table with integral wine/ glassware enclosed cabiet. Salon also has side nav station with , drawer, seat and storage under.
Large cockpit with folding leaf teak table seating eight, side and rear teak slat benches with storage compartments.

GALLEY:
Amidships on the port side is a large galley
Double sink, Hot and cold water, sprayer
Three burner propane stove with oven and broiler and electric solenoid shutoff (stove new 2002)
Exhaust fan (new 2002)
Microwave oven (2004)
Fitted dish shelving (new 2002)
Front loading 12V refrigerator (new 2004)
Extensive cabinet and cupboard storage
Dishes and glasses for 8
220v with US plug adapter outlets in galley

ELECTRONICS & NAVIGATION:
Raymarine ST 60 Wind and Tridata at wheel (new 2005)
Raymarine ST 50 Repeater at Nav Station
Autohelm 7000 Autopilot at Helm. Socket for remote at Nav Station
Icom VHF radio at Nav Station
Garmin 175 GPS Chartplotter with Caribbean chip at Nav Station
Blaupunkt Stereo/CD (new 2002) with salon and cockpit speakers
Compass at wheel

MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL:
4 new 80 Watt monocrystalline Shell solar panels
new KISS wind generator
6 new Trojan T104 house batteries
2 new 31-size engine start batteries
Original 220V Euro wiring and outlets (wired and adapted to 110
New 110V US type outlets at nav station and galley
Prosine 2000W true sine wave Inverter/charger with remote at Nav (new 2002)
6 x Batteries (660.00 amp hrs) w/parallel switch
60 amp Automatic battery charger
125 amp alternator with smart controller on port engine

SAILS & RIGGING:
All new heavy duty stainless steel standing rigging
Aluminum mast with double spreaders and radar mount
551 sq. ft. fully battened mainsail with 3 reef points
506 sq. ft. 130% Genoa on Pro Furl roller furling
Doyle Stack Pack jack lines and mainsal bag
The combination of the Marechal mast, diamond rigging and swept back cap stays obviates the need for a back stay - allowing for a mainsail with large roach
2 Lewmar #48 self-tailing halyard winches
1 Lewmar #40 2-speed self-tailing reefing winch
1 Lewmar #44(?) mainsheet winch
1 Antal line driver for mainsheet traveler control

Note: the mainsheet winch and added traveler contol have been relocated (compared to standard P39s) to the stern transom at the right of the helm station for better access by crew
Running rigging (sheets, blocks, etc.) as normal for sloop rig
Running rigging for spinnaker (4 lines, turning blocks, 2 snatch blocks) but no sail
2 x winch handles

DECK & HULLS:
750 sq. ft. deck with spacious (15' x 11') T-shaped cockpit
Comfortable seating for up to 15 adults as well as two sunbathing areas adjacent to cockpit
15' long bench along aft side of cockpit with teak slatting
10' long L-shaped bench seat on starboard side with teak slatting
1 double-leaf teak cockpit table (32" x 60")
7 lockers under the bench seats
Vented propane locker behind teak door
Entrance to salon is through 2 large double teak doors
11 x Lewmar opening deck hatches - smoke grey acrylic
8 x opening port holes
13 x fixed Lexan ports in salon
2 in forward cabins
2 trampolines (safety nets) forward between the bows-30 sq. ft. each
Large self draining anchor locker (5' long,2' deep,3' wide) with hinged FBG covers enclosing the chain locker
Electric anchor windlass.
Deck light
Manson Supreme anchor and 200 feet new 10 mm chain
Heavy duty stainless steel dinghy davits
Transom fresh water shower
Swim ladder
Rubber transom protectors
Large folding Bimini top with side panels
Heavy duty lifelines
Custom transoms with 3 large steps and 4 hand rails
Dock lines
Fenders
Two approx. 10 foot by 25 foot awnings which mount to the boom and rails to shade the living area of the boat.

DINGHY AND OUTBOARD ENGINE
Caribe rigid inflatable bottom 12' dinghy with bow locker (new 2004)
Yamaha 15 hp outboard engine (new 2004)