Designed by Holman & Pye of Oyster Yacht fame and built in the Carabela Shipyard in San Adrain de Besos Spain, Me Voy is a truly one of a kind vessel. Her classic lines and rich mahogany interior are reminiscent of a bygone era which celebrated the romance of sailing and the connection to the sea.
With her skeg hung rudder, fin keel, and ample displacement, she was built to cross oceans and easily handle coastal cruising. Her past owners have been fantastic stewards, and have always maintained her to the highest standards.
Me Voy is is the epitome of style and grace and will always be the most beautiful yacht in the harbor. If a unique, well built boat with tons of character is what you're dreaming of, this is the boat for you.
This beautifully designed vessel has two staterooms, two heads, a large galley, and a roomy salon with comfortable seating for 6 plus. The aft berth has been changed from its original design as sleeping quarters to extend galley space and accommodate extra storage.
From the companionway stairs, the salon is forward with a dining area to port and a straight settee and forward facing nav station to starboard. The dinette can convert to a berth if needed. Under the starboard settee you'll find the ship's batteries, as well as the CruiseAir reverse cycle AC unit. Gorgeous mahogany cabinetry with locking doors provides a surprising amount of storage space. Several large windows, charming bronze portholes and integrated deck prisms flood the space with light and a good breeze at anchor.
Starboard aft is the galley. Bamboo countertops, an oversized sink, Mariner propane stove, Adler Barbour refrigeration and plenty of storage space, are what make this galley highly functional as well as beautiful. You'll find a surprising amount of storage here too - much more than a newer boat of the same size - and a good amount of countertop space as well.
Thru the galley in the space that once held a captains quarterberth, is the "tool" room, complete with a custom vertical tool chest and about a dozen other storage lockers to safely stow (and hide away) just about anything. This versatile space can double as a pantry, closet, or general storage area for all of those necessities onboard.
Through the tool room is the aft head with a Natures Head composting toilet and one of two shower locations. Ample cabinetry with locking doors provides more storage space. The aft head also has a door to the main salon, acting as the day head.
Forward of the salon are the sleeping berths and the second head. The v-berth offers more storage space in hanging lockers, drawers, cubbies and shelving, as well as access to the forward deck via the large overhead hatch. To port is the guest cabin with two bunks, hanging locker and drawers, and cubbies for storage. The foreword head includes the direct discharge LAVAC marine toilet, as well as the second shower option.
Deck and Hull
- Raymarine Pathfinder Radar / Chartplotter RL80CRC PLUS (at helm)
- Raymarine Pathfinder Radar RL80C PLUS (located below deck in the Tool room)
- Raymarine ST60 wind & speed instruments
- IC-M700 SSB
- IC-M80 VHF
- LORAN (radio navigation)
Deck Hardware includes:
- (2) Barient 21 winches
- (2) Barient 26 winches
- (2) Lewmar 3 speed winches
- Barlow 16 winch
- Lewmar Traveller
- Simpson Lawrence Electric Windlass
- 35lb plow anchor; (1) 40lb SS plow anchor; (1) 40lb Danforth anchor
- 200ft galvanized chain rhode
- @ 140w Kyocera solar panels mounted on the bimini w/ Morningstar Sun Saver Charge Controller (for house use)
- 60w Kyocera solar panels mounted on the companionway w/ Morningstar Sun Saver Charge Controller (for engine use)
The hull consists of a thick layer of fiberglass over cold molded three layer 3/8" Mahogany planking, which is epoxy bound and fastened. This technique of construction produces a hull that is of superior strength. This boat was designed for circumnavigation and had crossed the Atlantic from Europe on her own bottom. On deck is a teak overlay that was reseamed in 2018 and shows beautifully. The SS stanchions and lifelines are in good order and a removable netting keeps belongings on deck while underway. All below the waterline thru hulls and valves replaced in the past 5 years.
Me Voy has the option of being a sloop or a cutter rig and has and impressive sail inventory. Sails are not new, but are in serviceable condition. Some running rigging has been recently updated. The mast & boom are Fir wood and were reconditioned in 2013. Standing rigging was inspected in 2016 and found to be in good condition.
- (2) Main Sails
- hank-on jib
- hank on storm jib
- 1/2" New England VLC high performance braid sheets
- 1/2" Endura Braid Dyneema halyards
Mechanical, Electrical, Plumbing
- 50hp Perkins 108 diesel
- Both the primary Racor fuel filter and the Perkins secondary fuel filter recently changed
- New coolant water pump, raw water pump, and drive belts
- Hours unknown
- 2 fuel tanks, holding 50 gallons fuel total
- Automatic Haylon system
- Sillette-Sonic sail drive
- Balmar High Capacity 100 amp alternator
- (2) AGM 27 batteries (2018)
- AGM 8D battery (2018)
- Battery charger replaced (2018)
- CruiseAir 12,000 BTU reverse cycle heat/AC
- 30 amp shorepower inlet & power cord
- New freshwater pump (2018)
- 83 gallon freshwater capacity
- Shore power & engine driven water heater
- Rule 1500 Automatic bilge pump
- composting head (aft) Lavac marine head w/ overboard discharge (fwd)