Sold - $175,000

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She was built by Brian Alcock's yard, Hout Bay Yachts, in South Africa. She is the Charter version of the design and was chartered for a few years in the Caribbean before going into full cruising mode, mostly in the Pacific. Her layout has been modified by a previous owner, consolidating the area forward of the saloon into a large owners cabin with en-suite heads and shower. She is well equipped, well maintained and ready to take you wherever you want to go.

Layout and Design


Sleeps six in three staterooms. Aft are two identical cabins both with queen berths, en‑suite heads, basins + showers. Forward is owner’s stateroom with queen berth, settee, dressers, and ensuite head, basin + stall shower. Large salon has two tables and three sofas. Raised galley on port side, raised Nav station on starboard. Bright + airy interior is very comfortable. Teak + holly sole, beech + teak wood trim. 6’6’ headroom.


Force 10 propane stove with oven, microwave oven, 220 volt freezer, 12 volt refrigerator, water heater, pressure fresh water system, double sink, Corian counter top, 110 V washing machine.


Bow pulpit + 316 stainless hard rails full length both starboard + port sides, 75 lb. CQR anchor with 275 ft ½ in. chain, 50 lb. Anchor with 80 ft. 3/8 in. chain + 100’ nylon rode, navigation lights, spreader lights, manual searchlight on aft archway, transom has steps, swim platform + shower, forward cockpit with optional dining table is enclosed by hard dodger. Windows open for ventilation and close for wet weather. Aft cockpit is working cockpit with helm station with six winches. Lazarette holds dive compressor + gear along with generator.


Renegade is constructed of high grade steel of the following thicknesses: 6mm keel sides, 4mm hull, 3mm deck & superstructure. New deck paint March 2008, topsides + bottom paint February 2010

Sails and Rigging

New (2009) Lee mainsail + 130% genoa , profurl roller furling on genoa + 100% staysail, 2.2 oz full radial spinnaker with single line reefing system, manual boom vang, spinnaker pole, stainless wire standing rigging, manual + hydraulic backstay adjuster, mainsheet traveler, aluminum keel stepped spar, Bellamy three spreader rig.

Engine Room and Mechanical Equipment

150 HP Cummins 4BT3; 5100 hours, fresh water cooling system, fuel filters, three bilge pumps, Borg Warner 2 to 1 trans, Whitlock manual wheel steering, 3 units reverse cycle air conditioning, 220 volt 2 ½ hp watermaker-25-30 gph

Navigation Equipment and Electronics

Autohelm 7000 autopilot, Garmin GPS, Furuno 24 mile radar, Plastimo compass, Icom M710 SSB radio, Icom M504 VHF radio, HP Pavilion computer

Electrical Equipment

14 KVA Fisher Panda generator, manual battery charger (10-40 amps), 4.5 KW transformer (220 to 110 volt), 130 Amp alternator on main engine, 35 Amp alternator on generator with 40 Amp battery charger, Eight 110 Amp house batteries, 120 Amp alternator on prop shaft, dockside electrical cables

Tankage and Ballast

260 gallon fuel tank, 200 gallon water tank, lead ballast.

Sundry Items Included in Sale

12 ft Avon rigid inflatable dinghy, 25hp 4 stroke electric start Honda, 5hp Honda, 2006 Bauer Jr. Dive compressor, television, DVD player, stereo system.

LOA: 57'
LWL: 53'2
Beam: 15'9
Draft: 7'
Displacement: 66,000
Bridge Clearance: 84
Fuel Capacity: 260 gallons
Water Capacity: 200 gallons
Type: Sailing
Designed By: Dudley Dix
Builder: Hout Bay Yachts
Model: Dix 57
Year: 1991
Location: Fort Lauderdale, FL
Boat Engine: Cummins 4BT3
Horsepower: 150

For more information contact:

Scott F. Layton
(207) 701-1235

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