Matrix Yachts – Vision 450

Florida, United States
$465,000

2010 Vision 450 Catamaran by Matrix Yachts – “Sea Bird”
Overview

Embark on a journey of luxury and performance with this unique 2010 Vision 450 Catamaran by Matrix Yachts. Located in Merritt Island, Florida, “Sea Bird” is a meticulously maintained vessel designed for adventurers who refuse to compromise on comfort. Ideal for blue water cruising and circumnavigation, this catamaran is ready to take you wherever your heart desires.

Key Features

Spacious Living: Featuring the largest salon in its class, this 4-cabin version offers
unparalleled space and comfort. The salon’s expansive layout ensures a relaxing and
inviting atmosphere for you and your guests.

Customized Comfort: The boat includes a splendid washer/dryer unit vented in a
converted shower space, offering 3.5 bathrooms aboard. This can easily be converted back
to a shower if needed, providing flexibility based on your preferences.

Performance: Capable of impressive speeds, “Sea Bird” has proven its mettle by sailing
from Ft Lauderdale to Boston and back. Averaging 10 knots for 5 days from South Africa,
this catamaran reliably maintains a real-world cruising speed of 6-6.5 knots, with the
potential to achieve 8 knots under favorable conditions.

Innovative Design: The Vision 450 incorporates modern build features found in
performance catamarans. The fiberglass hulls are vacuum-bagged sandwich construction
using vinyl ester resin, E-Glass, and high-density rigid PVC foam coring. The bridge deck
uses Nida-Core for high strength-to-weight ratio and excellent sound dampening.

Robust Construction: The keels are solid glass, sacrificial, and attached separately to
ensure structural integrity. The long, sloping coach roof and accentuating windows create a
striking profile, complemented by a large forward deck with ample storage.

Outdoor Living: The cockpit features a hard dodger, large dining table, and wraparound
settee. The raised steering station is equipped with all necessary instruments and controls,
ensuring ease of navigation and handling.

Self-Sufficiency: Designed for autonomy, the solar charging and battery systems include
upgraded solar panels on a custom arch. This setup provides independence from the diesel
generator, enhancing your cruising experience.

Detailed Specifications

Length: 45 ft
Beam: 24 ft 4 in
Draft: 3 ft 9 in

Propulsion

Engines: 2, Yanmar 29 hp diesel engines. Starboard engine has 4,900 hours, and port
engine has 300 hours. Both heat exchangers were replaced one year ago.

Electrical Systems

Alternators: Equipped with dual 200-amp alternators on each engine, managed by Balmer
charge controllers to ensure efficient power distribution and battery charging.

Solar Power: 4 Victron solar controllers handle the output from 8 solar panels, delivering a
total of 2,000 watts of solar power.

Inverter/Charger: The 5,000-watt Victron Quattro inverter/charger provides ample power
for all onboard systems, including the capability to run the water maker.

Batteries: 1,200 amps of lithium batteries by Relion at 12 volts ensure long-lasting and
reliable power storage.

Sails and Rigging

Main Sail: 1-year-old main sail in excellent condition.
Code Zero: 1-year-old red code zero sail on a continuous line furler.
Jib: In good condition, ready for various wind conditions.
Spinnaker: A Symmetric spinnaker with a sock for easy handling.

Anchoring

Anchor: 33kg Rocna anchor with a Matus swivel and 3/8 chain rode.
Hurricane Tested: Rode out Hurricane Nicole in Charleston Harbor with zero issues,
sustaining gusts up to 39 knots.

Water Systems

Water Maker: 50 GPH Sea Recovery Aquamatic water maker with a remote control panel at
the nav desk. Membranes are 2 years old, and spare primary filters are included.

Tankage:
Diesel: 200 gallons
Fresh Water: 120 gallons
Waste: 24 gallons
Toilets: Electric flush toilets by Planus, a superior alternative to Jabsco models.

Tender and Davits

Dinghy: 13-foot AB dinghy powered by a 30 hp 2-stroke Yamaha engine.
Davit: Stainless steel davit with a dedicated electric winch for easy dinghy handling.

Galley

Countertops: Corian countertops for a sleek and durable workspace.
Cooking: Four-burner propane stove with an oven.
Microwave: Included for convenient meal preparation.
Layout: Large U-shaped galley with ample storage and a double sink for ease of use and
functionality.

Navigation and Control

Navigation Systems: Raymarine systems at the helm featuring wind hold, route follow, and
heading hold autopilot.

Depth Finder: Essential for safe navigation.
Wind Speed/Heading Indicators: Provides real-time wind data.

Anchor Windlass: Switch at the helm allows for dropping or raising the anchor from the
helm station.

Additional Equipment

Generator: 6kW Northern Lights generator for additional power needs.

Additional Information

“Sea Bird” is not just a yacht; it’s a statement of luxury, performance, and self-reliance. Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway or a global voyage, this Vision 450 Catamaran is prepared and ready to exceed your expectations.

For more information or to schedule a viewing, please contact me at 321-505-4137

Experience the ultimate blend of performance and comfort with the 2010 Vision 450 by Matrix Yachts.

Your dream adventure awaits!

Basic Boat Info

Make
Matrix Yachts
Year
2010
Condition
Used
Category
Sail
Construction
Fiberglass
Boat Hull ID
ZA-MATVIS02C010
Has Hull ID
Yes

Dimensions

Length
45 ft
Length Overall
45 ft
Beam
24.33 ft
Max Draft
3.75 ft
Cabins Count
4

Engines / Speed

Engines
2
Engine #1 Specs:
  • Make : Yanmar
  • Model : Yanmar
  • Fuel : Diesel
  • Engine Power : 29 hp
  • Type : Inboard
Engine #2 Specs:
  • Make : Yanmar
  • Model : Yanmar
  • Fuel : Diesel
  • Engine Power : 29 hp
  • Type : Inboard
Total Engine Power
58 hp

Tanks

Fuel Tanks
1
Fuel Tank Capacity
200 gal
Water Tanks
1
Water Tank Capacity
120 gal
Holding Tank Count
1
Holding Tank Capacity
24 gal

Other

Heads Count
3
Boat Class
Catamaran

Additional Info

Additional Units Included
  • AB

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