Boat Specifications

Make: Contest Boats
Model: 62CS
Year: 2012
Length: 63 ft. 9 in.
Type: Motorsailer Sailboats
Listing: 1200633
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Discover the world, go where you want when you want, securely and comfortably; this is the leitmotif of the Contest 62CS. Designed by Georg Nissen, this impressive 62-footer offers easy sailing for two people, but can also comfortably host a crew of eight. The elegant lines of the Contest 62CS are characterised by a spacious open deck and a well integrated superstructure. Equipped with a twin wheel working cockpit and a large ‘social’ cockpit, you’ll be impressed by the sailing and living comfort onboard this yacht.
Beam: 17 ft. 9 in.
Displacement: 68563
Fuel tank capacity: 372
Water tank capacity: 359
Standard features:
Hull and deck are made of high quality materials. Several interior arrangements are possible within the structural bulkheads and keel grid. Two separate watertight bulkheads are foreseen in every interior arrangement.

Hull in sandwich, vacuum infused composite with the Conyplex vacuum infusion system®
Laminate consisting of: quadraxial and biaxial E-glass for inner and outer skins, infused with vinylester resin
Local unidirectional E-glass reinforcements
Solid laminate in structural areas like the keel area
First layer after gelcoat is a special barrier coat, providing extra osmosis resistance
Structural bulkheads fully laminated to hull and deck
Two year warranty
Hull: gelcoat white
Stripe and waterlines: dark blue
Antifoul: 2 layers of Awl- star Black

Deck in sandwich, vacuum infused composite with the Conyplex vacuum infusion system®
Deck: gelcoat white
Laminate consisting of: quadraxial and biaxial E-glass for inner and outer skins
Local unidirectional E-glass reinforcements
Solid laminate in structural areas where deck equipment is fitted
Deck lockers and anchor locker in composite with white gelcoat finish and aluminum hatches
12 mm hand laid teak deck, toe rail, cockpit seats, cockpit sole and teak detailing around the cockpit

Vacuum infused composite structural bulkheads in sandwich, using the Conyplex vacuum infusion system®
Vacuum infused composite longitudinals in sandwich, using the Conyplex vacuum infusion system®

Lead performance keel with bulb
Keel bolted through solid laminate using stainless steel bolts
Keel girders in sandwich (PVC foam core), vacuum infused composite with the Conyplex vacuum infusion system®

Fully balanced composite spade rudder
Fibre orientated rudder laminate, vacuum infused composite with the Conyplex vacuum infusion system®
Aluminium rudderpost
JEFA rudder bearings
JEFA steering system

Large separated guest cockpit, suitable for ten people sitting
Fixed cockpit table with stainless steel 316 support for table and canvas cover for UV protection
Separate aft cockpit, with 2 separate helmsman positions
Winches and sheets situated within reach of helmsman’s position
Free walkway from aft deck to guest cockpit
Pad eyes for safety harnesses mounted in cockpit

Hatches and windows
Low profile aluminium deck hatches
Portlights and windows in hull
Yachtglass chemical hardened, laminated windows in coach roof

Deck hardware and equipment
Stainless steel 316 stem head fitting
Stainless steel 316 guardrails 75 cm high with 3 wires
Stainless steel 316 bathing ladder
Stainless steel 316 deck fillers
Stainless steel 316 handrails on cabin roof
Stainless steel 316 anti chafe rails below mooring cleats
Stainless steel 316 gateway stanchions amidships
Stainless steel 316 mooring cleats; two cleats with two fairleads forward, two cleats amidships, two cleats aft and two fairleads on stern
2 seats with stainless support on pushpit
Sprayhood with stainless steel frame fold away in saloon top
Flagpole with stainless steel 316 support and flag
Aluminium emergency tiller
One yellow lifebuoys in stainless steel 316 supports fitted in locker
Boat hook in aluminium stowed on lower shroud
Shower hot/cold at aft ship
Eight fenders with socks and ropes
Four 20 m 18 mm mooring warps
Two 25 m 18 mm mooring warps

Sailing hardware
Ronstan deck fittings
Lewmar stainless steel self tailing winches throughout
Genoa winches are electrical
Foldable chain plate on deck for removable cutter stay
Foldable chain plates on deck for fixing snatch blocks for
preventer, gennaker, etc.

Anchor system
Integrated anchor launching system in bow
Lewmar electric anchor winch, including remote control
40 kg Delta anchor with 70 m galvanised 13 mm anchor chain
Anchor chain marked each 10 m

Steering system
Twin composite steering pedestals with stainless steel twin spoke steering wheels and leather wheel covers. Canvas pedestal/ wheel cover for UV-protection

Hydraulic back stay tensioner.
Hydraulic boomvang.
Combined control panel in cockpit for boomvang and back stay
Hydraulic openable bathing platform

Selden spars, keel stepped, sloop rigged aluminium mast. Painted white.
Swept back spreaders
Slab reefing system
Ronstan BAT Car system
Spreaders- and boom light
Masthead light 3 colours with anchor light

Removable Kevlar cutter stay with tensioner and running backstays
Standing rigging: Dyform rigging
Genoa furling system, Furlex manual
Main sheet 14mm, winches situated within reach of the helmsman
Genoa sheets 16mm, winches situated within reach of the helmsman

Mainsail, fully battened, slab reefing by North Sails
Lazy jacks and main sail cover
Furling Genoa, by North Sails

As with all Contest Yachts, the interior will be fully made at our own yard in Medemblik.The interior is designed by Birgit Schnaase Interior Design with great attendance to flexibility and detailing.

Detailing such as hinges, fittings and furniture is prescribed by Birgit Schnaase Interior Design.

Standard features
Teak joinery
Light oak floor
Matt varnished 8 layers in total
Chrome fittings throughout
White painted teak and matt varnished teak side panelling
Padded headbord in aft cabin
Fixed free standing sofa with book storage
Shower stalls with on handle mixer valves
Teak doors 30 mm with anti-rattle door locks
CORIAN worktops in galley with 2 sinks
CORIAN tops in each head with moulded CORIAN washbasins
Design taps
Three-burner cooker, Force 10, with oven and grill fitted on gimbals (stainless steel)
Cooker hood with extractor fan in pantry
Quality upholstery, colour to owners’ choice
Quality curtains for portholes; colour to owners’ choice
Oceanair roller blinds to all hatches
Lee cloths in all berths
Overhead lights in all cabins with wall switches
Dimmers on overhead lights in saloon
Red navigation light above chart table
Careful noise reduction throughout
Engine room well insulated
Sprung slats in aft cabin
7 zone latex mattresses in all cabins
48-set (8 persons) of Contest Yachts porcelain crockery stowed in teak fittings
32-set (8 persons) of drinking glasses and bottle stowage in bar
Bticino switches
Hotel switches for ceiling lights in aft cabin
Bticino 230V sockets
Automatic lighting (30 seconds) when opening companionway hatch
Teak cup and mug holder
Garbage bin in galley
Extensive mirrors in both heads

PERKINS M185Ti 138 kW (190 hp) 2100 rpm 6 cylinder turbo-charged diesel engine
Indirect cooling
Hurth ZF63A Hydraulic gearbox with 2,04:1 reduction
1x 24V/ 40A and 1x 24V/75A alternator (1 for service banks and 1 for starter battery)
Separate main switch to enable service batteries to be used as starter battery
Single lever gears throttle control on starboard steering pedestal
Engine panel fitted in cockpit including rev. counter, oil pressure- temperature- and charge alarm, start and stop buttons and fuel gauge
Water cooled exhaust with water lock and water separator
Stainless steel propeller shaft with thrust bearing and flexible coupling. Stern tube with water lubricated bearings and water seal
4-bladed propeller in bronze
Engine room insulated with combined drone- and sound absorbing insulation
Engine room-ventilation by electric ventilator and via double natural ventilation grills

Electrical bowthruster

Fuel system
Sump on fuel tank with drain pump
SEPAR water separator and fuel filter. Acoustic and visual “water in fuel”-alarm
Electric tank level gauge

Fresh water system
1x Hot water tank in stainless 316 with double exchanger to engine and heater with 220V heating element. And 1x Hot water tank in stainless 316 with 220V heating element
Mixer taps in galley and washbasins
Pressurized hot & cold water
Electric tank level gauge

Bilge system
Electric bilge pump in keel sump, with automatic switch
Manual bilge pump in engine room
Electric bilge pump in storage room with automatic switch
Manual bilge pump in storage room

Black & Grey water system
Two electric-flush seawater toilets
One manual-flush seawater toilet
Two black water tanks
Indicator on black water tank, indicating full or empty
Three shower stalls with automatic drain
Grey water system
Flexible hose for connection to bilge pump to remove water from any location of the boat

Refrigeration system
Refrigerator in stainless steel with front door

Ventilation system
Forced ventilation system on engine room

Safety equipment
Gas valve electric and manual
Four foam fire extinguishers 2 kg
Fire blanket
Fire extinguish system Firepro

AC/DC systems
24VDC and 230VAC system on board
Generator Mastervolt Whisper 8
Mastervolt charger Mass 24V/75A
Mastervolt Mass Sine 24/1500 230V
600Ah service batteries Mastervolt MVG (gel)
Starter battery: Mastervolt AGM (Gel), 70 Ah Separate nav battery pack 24V 140 Ah (gel) with Mastervolt charger
Bowthruster battery 24V 320 Ah Mastervolt AGM (gel) with Mastervolt charger
Emergency engine start on service batteries
Dedicated technical area next to aft shower area for switches and fuses
230V shore power connection:
-Shore power socket at transom for 110V or 230V shore power
-Shore isolation transformer, Mastervolt IVET 8, 8kW (32A)
-Auto voltage selection Mastervolt 110/220V
Including cable 25m with CE connector and earth trip switch
Battery monitor, with Voltage – Running Amps – Amp. Hours – Capacity Ah – Adjustable optical alarm for capacity
230V socket in each cabin/ compartment
All sea cocks under waterline are grounded

Main switchboard
All main switches situated at the switchboard
All navigation lights with control LED’s operated from the switchboard
Tank level gauges situated at the switchboard

Alarms for:
-Running bilge pump
-Fire extinguish engine room
-Water in fuel
-Battery level
-Black water tanks
Switch for navigation lights on engine/ sailing
Indication lights for function of navigation lights

Owners manual

The boat is CE certificated category A (unlimited ocean voyages).
Lloyds certificate on Hull

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