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60' Cooper Pilothouse Cutter Rigged Sloop

Discussion in 'Yachts 50' to 99'' started by Julie10, Nov 19, 2020.

  1. Julie10

    Julie10 New Member

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    Kokomo is a blue water pilothouse cutter rigged sloop built by Cooper of Coquitlam, Vancouver BC. She is currently berthed in beautiful Langkawi, Malaysia awaiting her new owner. Kokomo is a wonderful classically beautiful yacht with all the comforts of home she would even be a wonderful holiday getaway based in Langkawi and the neighbouring Phuket islands. Her price is US$529,000.

    Designed by Stan Huntingford and built to the highest standard of craftsmanship, Cooper built only 4 of these due to their high initial cost. Kokomo is # 3 of the series. The Teak interior is stunning.

    “Redundancy” is another word for this vessel, having incredible range on main engine, 2 generators, hydraulic bow thruster, and a get home system she is well equipped to take you anywhere.

    She has had 4 passionate owners, and has recently undergone a major refit which included mast removal, full Awlgrip paint, New Teak Decks –(2015) and full electronics upgrade – (2016). Rigging renewed in 2019. A detailed maintenance record has been kept of the vessel for the last 11 years which covers overhaul of almost every item on board.

    Dimensions:
    LOA: 63’ 9" LWL: 5.7’ Beam: 15’
    Ballast: 13,500 lbs. Draft: 7’8” Air Draft: 69’

    Engine: Perkins
    HP: 165 Model: T6.3544M
    Hours: 6060 Cruising Speed: 8.5 Knots Max Speed: 10 knots.

    Tankage:
    Fuel: 635 gallons Water: 400 Gallons Holding; 85 Gallons

    Cabins:
    Aft Cabin has twin berths with ensuite. Fwd Cabin is a double berth with ensuite.
    Starboard lounge opens to a double berth and two sea berths opposite engine room.
    Washing machine and dryer.

    More specs available on request.

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  2. Julie10

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    Fwd looking aft to Saloon, Galley and Wheelhouse.jpg

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  3. graham1

    graham1 New Member

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    Was she once called SeaMore 9? If so great ownership whilst in Vancouver.
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    Indoor helm..... tempting. Maybe not.......:D
  5. HTMO9

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    The indoor helm is no problem, as long as their is a primary wheel outside in the cockpit. I had the same setup on my Jongert, hydraulic steering for cruising under engine and direct steering with rudder feel in the cockpit for sailing.

    Looks like a nice classic design. The only problem will most likely be the 6.000 hours plus on the Perkins engine. That number is about their normal life span.
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    Gentlemen,

    Please do not post comments in the classifieds. This is clearly stated in the listing section.

    Thank you.
  7. Julie10

    Julie10 New Member

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    Yes she was Seamore 9. She is as beautiful as ever with loads of improvements.