83' 6" (25.45m) KELLY ARCHER
LOA: 83' 6" (25.45m)
Beam: 17' 11" (5.46m)
12 Knots
14 Knots
Location: North Carolina United States
Year: 2005
Motor Yacht
Price: $3,300,000 USD
Additional Specifications For WIND HORSE:
LOA: 83' 6" (25.45m)
Beam: 17' 11" (5.46m)
Hull Material: Aluminum
Hull Designer: Dashew Offshore
Deck Material: Aluminum
Deck Material: Aluminum
Range At Cruise: 6000
Cruising 12 Knots
Max 14 Knots
Fuel Capacity: 13900 L (3671.99 Gal)
Water Capacity: 7650 L (2020.92 Gal)
Flag: -
Location: North Carolina, United States
Price: $3,300,000 USD
Delivery/Model Year: 2005
Year Built: 2005
Model: FPB 83
Motor Yacht
Engines: 150 HP,Twin, Inboard, Diesel, John Deere, 4054 TFM, 6818hrs / 6756hrs
Staterooms: 3
Sleeps: 6
Heads: 3
Crew Berths:
Captain Cabin: No

Hull, Deck & Superstructure Construction:

  • Basic hull and structure is welded aluminum including superstructure with three full watertight bulkheads and two half-height watertight bulkheads.
  • Bottom is 12mm aluminum plate.
  • Integral aluminum tanks for water and diesel form a double bottom between the three full height watertight bulkheads.
  • 19mm tempered windows with storm boards.
  • The hull structure is massively strong with a double bottom throughout the accommodation space. The stabilizers are mounted within cofferdams.
  • Matching grey chequer plate decking on exterior decks.
  • External handrails, stanchions and foremast, et al are 316 L stainless steel.
  • The ‘bolt on’ swim step extension section adds to the waterline length and reduces drag six to eight percent. It also creates valuable space for loading/unloading passengers and stores from the dinghy, exiting to floating docks, and easy access off the stern for swimming. Finally, this extra waterline increases longitudinal resistance, further reducing pitching. In addition, the measured length of the hull? We will just say that the bolt-on nature of the extension offers a degree of flexibility with “official” measurements not available with a welded extension. The extension has a hand rail fitted to it and this has been uprated 2022/23.
  • There is 6500lb of lead ballast, encapsulated within the fuel tanks.
  • All re-antifouled and propellers burnished 2023.

Engine & Gearboxes:

  • 2 x John Deere 4054 TFM, 150HP at 2,600 RPM, with ZF280 A 2.47-1 reduction, with live PTOs.
  • Glendenning shift/throttle controls. This system includes an engine room drive and processor box (connected with Morse cables to shift and throttle) along with two permanent control stations and one remote.
  • Marelon plastic skin fittings are used throughout.
  • ZF280 V 2.556 to 1 reduction transmission with Drive Saver.


Maintenance & Performance:

  • Minimum range of positive stability: 125 degrees.
  • Cruising speed: 12 knots.
  • Top speed: 14 knots.
  • Range: 6,000 miles at 12 knots; 7,800 miles at 11 knots; 9,800 miles at 10 knots.


Note: speeds/ranges are for smooth water, half load and clean bottom.


  • Engine Hours: Port engine - 6,818. Starboard engine - 6,756.


Propulsion & Steering:

  • 32” diameter, 4-blade propellers counter rotating, with a spare set stored onboard.
  • Aqument shaft and Python drive.
  • Spurs line cutters.
  • Shaft breaks.
  • Steering system – twin rudder with dual, independent Kobelt steering cylinders and two independent hydraulic systems and autopilots.
  • Steering cylinder valves refitted 2022/23
  • Teleflex manual helm pump as back up to dual autopilot system.
  • A “JOG” control is mounted near the navigation area engine controls for steering manually with a second JOG control on the matrix deck.


Other Mechanical Equipment:

  • Naiad Series 302 active, with Multisea control and 12 sq. ft. fins, stabilisers fitted in separated cofferdams.
  • Hydraulic oil for stabilizers and crash pump is hull-cooled. Refitted 2022.
  • Reverso oil change pump with manifold serving main engines, main transmission and generator.
  • Murphy sight gauges tied to Maretron system for main engine oil level, gear pressure, coolant temp, and coolant level.
  • All raw water cooling needs served through single sea chest with clean-out above waterline and dual heavy-duty strainers isolated by valves.
  • Very extensive complement of spares for all systems, full list available on request.
Electrical Systems

Voltage Systems:

  • Vessel primary AC – 230V, with all main systems (air conditioning, water maker, induction cook top, speed oven, washer and dryer) able to run on 230V – 50 or 60 Hz.
  • Vessel house/domestic AC – 110V US household standard.
  • 3 x Victron 5kW 240VAC charger/invertors.
  • Victron 3kW, 110VAC invertor.
  • Victron Autotransformer 120VAC.
  • 110 volt (US standard), 240 volt, 24 volt and 12 volt plugs are located strategically throughout the boat.
  • Two main power panels – one near main helm and on aft office bulkhead.
  • Dual pole breakers disconnect both legs on AC and DC circuits.
  • Remote Blue Sea disconnects for all 24 volt high amp DC circuits and devices.
  • Potentiometer system installed.
  • Charles Industries Ci C-Power 12 kVa ISO-Transformer.
  • 230v outlets.
  • 2 x Solars Panels with Outback solar charge controller and Blue Sea battery switches; new system to be installed 2022/23 consisting of an array of four 370 watt solar panels contained in a folding array.


Battery Banks:

  • 12 x Hoppecke 2V AGM batteries for/house/systems amidship/ centerline, 24VDC (2022/23).
  • 2 x Group 31 AGM batteries for engine starting 24VDC.
  • 1 x Group 31 AGM battery for generator starting 12VDC.
  • 5 x Rotary switches.
  • Victron BMV battery monitor.
  • Maretron N2K battery monitoring system.


Battery Chargers:

  • 3 x Victron Energy 24 Volt 5kW battery chargers.
  • Victron Energy Centaur 24 volt 60amp battery charger for engine batteries.



  • Electrodyne 6150-24 belt driven alternatives on each engine (remote air-cooled rectifiers). 360 amps combined.
  • This is sufficient to run key onboard 120 and 240 volt AC power systems via the inverters while underway (and docking) and recharge the batteries without running the generator.



  • Northern Lights 8KW, 220V, single phase.
  • Generator Hours - 2,131.
  • Double hose clamps fitted to flexible hose connections (2022).
  • Generator exhaust raw water mixing elbow replaced (2022/23).


Shore Power:

  • AC shore power – incoming shore power is isolated via an isolation transformer for safety and to protect boat electronics.
  • Two shore power connection points, one in the forepeak and one on the aft deck, accept either 30 amp (115V – 60Hz) or 50 amp (230V - 50 or 60 Hz).
  • Inverter/chargers can be adjusted to support available incoming amperage.
  • Shore power cords and large selection of international adapters – 240 volt, 115 volt – enable worldwide plug-in capabilities.
  • A 50 amp 230 V AC 50’ cord and plug with a 30 AMP 115V plug and 50’ cord. Each feeds a 12KVA multiple tap isolation transformer (Also from Charles). 1-1 winding used with 230V shore power. Step up 1-2 winding used with 115V shore power. Selection switch between 115V and 230V shore power (or breakers with slider bar). Output of the 12KVA transformer goes to the ship’s master AC power selector switch.
  • Charles Industries 3KW one to two step-down transformer supplies 115VAC power to the 115V AC side of the panel in all situations (shore power, genset, or inverter power supply).
  • 230V breaker which supplies the three KVA step down transformer which in turn supplies the 115V AC voltage plug points.
Plumbing Systems

Fresh Water & Water Heating System:

  • 2 x Headhunter X-Caliber pressure pumps for redundancy.
  • 55 liter stainless water heater with dual 2000 watt elements with heat exchanger that is part of the Kabola diesel boiler/engine waste heat circuit for hot water. System permits hot water and boat heating to be made from engine heat underway or at rest by electricity or Kabola heater.
  • The deck fills are t’d into the fresh water tanks to catch rain. The deck fills just aft of frame 43 to the single aft tank through a commonly connected 2” line. Mouse holes in breakwaters are plugged with a rag or sponge when collecting rainwater.



  • Village Marine NF800 (33 GPH).


Bilge Pumps:

  • Electric bilge pumping systems; 2 x Johnson/SPX/Viking diaphragm pumps with float switches in each space: Engine room: 2; Forepeak: 1; Port and starboard amidships: 2
  • Emergency bilge pumping systems; 2” Pacer hydraulic damage control crash pump, powered via the main engines PTO hydraulic pumps. Manifold valves to each space onboard. Manual an automatic controls. Hydraulic reservoir integral to port engine room hull.
  • Tank tender level indicator for freshwater and diesel tankage.
  • Sealand tank gauges for black water level indication.



  • 2,600 US gallon (13,900 litre) in two main tanks, two listing trim tanks and day tank.
  • Tanks are integral aluminum.
  • High capacity fuel transfer/polishing system with two geared Oberdoerfer pumps for redundancy, polishing filtration and debug system allowing transfer from any tank to any tank via valved manifolds.
  • Day tank topped up automatically with pump running, low level, fill level and high level alarms.
  • Manifold from day tank to all primary consumers with dual Racor filtration on main engine and additional filtration to other diesel consumers.
  • Separ 24V manifolded oil change pump. There are five ports: one each for engines, transmissions, and genset. This is used to remove oil only.


Fresh Water:

  • 1,975 US gallon (7,650 litre) in two integral aluminum tanks plus separate 70 liter / 18 gal polyethylene galley tank for filtered water.


Blackwater Holding Tanks:

  • 2 x Polyethylene tanks – approximately 150 liter (40 US gal) capacity each – one serving the master head and one serving the aft head.
  • Filtered tank breathers.
  • Remote level indicators.
Navigation & Communication Equipment
  • 3 x Icom IC34 hand held VHFs.
  • Loud hailer.
  • ICOM IC-M802 and IC-M805 SSBs.
  • Sirius XM radio.
  • Iridium Satellite telephone.
  • Iridium Satellite hot spot.
  • Furuno SC 70 Satellite compass.
  • Multifunctional navigational displays at each helm.
  • Furuno FA 170 Universal AIS.
  • Satellite Marine Weather Receiver.
  • Simrad AP70 autopilots.
  • Furuno 12kW commercial grade open array Radar.
  • Furuno NXT closed array radar.
  • Furuno GPS.
  • Furuno through hull transducers.
  • Furuno 8” searchlight.
  • Maretron N2K Vessel Monitoring systems. MBB solid state driver computers, Pressure sensors for tankage and levels, pump duration and cycle count, temperature, individual battery cell voltages, fluid levels, power monitoring, bilge pumps, high water alarms, weather, environmental and electrical loads. DSM 150 display screens. 2 19” displays, colour changing graphic outputs. All user programmable.
  • Airmar weather sensor.
  • Barometer.



  • Dual autopilots – each completely redundant on separate hydraulic circuits with dual Kobelt cylinders.
  • W H Autopilot system.
  • W-H AP4 back-up autopilot system with controls at lower helm.
  • Teleflex manual helm pump with wheel for emergency use.
  • Normal operation is by fly by wire or autopilot mode.
  • Engine room emergency manual tiller control.


Other Equipment:

  • Electrolysis monitor meter.
  • Security system consisting of deck pressure sensors, salon door sensor, horn and light alarm alert – activated via remote key fob with 4 entry zones.
  • Visual/IR cameras in engine room, forward and astern fed in to NavNet3D monitors.
Domestic Equipment


  • Asko separate full-sized clothes washer and dryer.
  • Central vacuum system with two pickup points – one forward and one aft, plus long hose and vacuum tools.



  • Miele speed oven (convection, conventional, microwave).
  • Diva three-burner induction cook top.
  • Trash compactor.
  • Custom refrigerator (roughly 348 Liters) and freezer (roughly 240 liters) in galley and second custom freezer in basement (roughly 162 liters).
  • Each box cooled by a 24 volt Danfoss compressor with controls in the ship’s office and full soft-start modules.
  • Asko washing machine and Asko dryer.



  • Vacuflush freshwater heads with valving for direct overboard discharge, discharge to holding tanks with overboard macerator pumps and deck pumpout fittings.
  • Master cabin has separate tub/shower, toilet compartment with Vacuflush head and vanity with sink integrated into the forward area of stateroom.
  • Guest cabin has “wet” head with sink, Vacuflush head and shower.
  • Showers and sinks discharge overboard via Whale Gulper pumps.
  • Freshwater deck shower on aft swim platform with hot and cold mixer valve.


Heating & Ventilation:

  • Marine Aqua Air 54,000 BTU’s air conditioning.
  • Kabola B-17 Tap - 67,000 BTU’s central heating.
  • Two units serve the main salon and are raw water-cooled.
  • The remaining two units serve (a) the main cabin and (b) the guest cabin areas via separate thermostats. These units are fresh water cooled via an independent closed loop and cofferdam.
  • Fan only and dehumidification modes in addition to heat and cool.
  • Dual self-priming Primetime pumps on pump relays.
  • Hot water heat with thermostatically controlled fan coils throughout the yacht.
  • Kabola hot water loop heats domestic water as well.
  • Heat sources include the Kabola diesel boiler, electric hot water calorifier and engine waste heat exchanger.
  • Manifold to bypass heating loop for summer operation.
  • Awning system for salon windows (port and starboard).
  • Complete set of hatch covers and rain dodger for master stateroom hatch.



  • Fusion stereo head unit connected to Sony amplifier serves four ceiling-mounted speakers in main salon headliner plus subwoofer. Stereo also supports a second zone of wired speakers on the flybridge although no speakers are currently installed. All stereo functions can be controlled via smartphone app from anywhere in the boat.
  • 55’ TV on electric lift behind starboard settee in the Great Room.
  • Both the Owner’s Stateroom and the 2 Guest Staterooms have bulkhead mounted TVs.
  • WiFi Receiver with Wireless Router – external bullet antennas.



  • Interior lighting is recessed halogen overhead on Vimar dimmers.
  • Forward and aft deck floodlights and white/blue flybridge task lighting.
  • Large forward-facing 230VAC flood light on foremast.
  • 24VDC fluorescent lights in engine room and “basement” storage area.
  • LED light for swim step area.
  • LED anchor lights.
  • 24v oversized AquaSignal navigation lights.

Summary of Accommodation:

  • Interior finish is high gloss Burmese teak with high gloss teak soleboards.
  • Ultra-leather headliner and hull panels.
  • Striated vinyl wall covering on bulkheads.
  • Hi Mac solid surface counter tops.
  • Ultra-suede seating cushions.
  • Stidd helm chair.
  • Full set of seat covers, salon table cover and exterior canvas covers.


Description of layout from forwards:

  • WIND HORSE has a large forepeak forward, which is separated by a crash bulkhead.
  • The Owner’s Stateroom is aft of this with a vanity and storage area forward, separated shower/bath compartment and heads compartment to port.
  • On the starboard side there are capacious lockers and there is a king sized double berth forward facing with access to both sides.
  • A hatch arrangement separates this cabin from the Great Room, which is accessed via steps.
  • The Great Room has a full bridge area with an L shaped seating and dining area to port and a sofa to starboard. This area is fitted with seat belts for use during passages.
  • Aft of this is a U shaped galley area to port with a very full array of kitchen equipment and refrigeration. To port is further storage and space for the washing machine and dryer.
  • Beneath the sole boards is a huge storage area known as the basement with ample space for storing equipment and spares.
  • Down steps aft to 2 twin cabins each with their own en-suite heads compartment and a shared shower stall. These are comfortable and spacious cabins with ample storage.
  • The engine room is accessed through the shared shower and offers great access to all the systems and is easy to move around in. There is plenty of room for tools and spares.
  • Back in the Great Room there are steps up onto the aft deck which has plenty of room for 2 dinghies which can be deployed using the mast booms. Steps down to the large bathing platform for easy boarding. The side decks are wide and there is a large foredeck area.
  • WIND HORSE has steps up to a matrix deck – secondary steering and seating area situated above the Great Room.
Deck Equipment


  • Deck wash (salt and freshwater wash down spigots) in forepeak and BBQ locker on aft deck.
  • Stainless deck stanchions with stainless lifeline system.
  • Boarding gates port and starboard on aft deck, and port and starboard onto the swim platform.
  • Aft deck propane BBQ with freshwater sink.
  • Large ventilated storage lockers on either side of the swim platform.
  • Luke aluminum Dorade cowls: two five inch unit’s forward cabin, two six inch unit’s aft cabin. One four inch unit for forepeak. Sealing deck plates at each deck penetration. Down pipes have seals adjustable from inside the boat. Air Concepts eyeballs for directing air inside the boat.
  • 2 x Stainless “flopper stoppers” for use at anchor.
  • 2 x Kolstrand “fish” for use in the event of stabilizer failure.
  • The above deployed from the booms on separate pennants with rope clutches.
  • Large integrated swim platform aft with steps from aft deck.
  • Stainless swim ladder.
  • Aft deck freshwater shower (hot and cold with mixer valve).
  • Lifelines on pelican clips for easy access to dinghy/docks.
  • Fishing rod holder.
  • LED square lights on foremast and in house corners.


Anchoring & Mooring Equipment:

  • Primary ground tackle consists of a 110 kg / 240 lb Bruce anchor with ACCO grade 70 chain 350’ long, 3/8s for the main anchor (new 2022).
  • Maxwell VWC 4000 24V windlass (with 2000W 24V motor and reversing solenoid). An Auto Anchor 500C up and down chain counter is located in the inside the bridge area. There is a remote up and down control station located on the Matrix deck. Chain stopper.
  • Fortress F125 anchor for kedging/storm use.
  •  Lewmar 24 VDC #66 chrome bronze 2 speed ST winch (including control box and foot switch).
  • 4 x Lewmar manual two speed #40 aluminium winches.


Covers, Canvas & Cushions:

  • Canvas covers for BBQ/sink console and flybridge helm/eating area.
  • Side awnings and awning over master cabin hatch for sun protection.
  • Insulated storm/sun covers for all hatches.


Tender, Outboard and Water Toys:

  • Launch and retrieve via booms and aft deck electric winch.
  • Assorted recreational-style PFDs for dinghy and water toys.
  • Rigid bottomed RIB with a 40hp Yamaha outboard (2020).
  • Dive compressor in engine room for replenishing scuba tanks.
Safety Equipment
  • USCG-required safety equipment and placards.
  • ISCG/SOLAS range 6 person-pack A liferaft (2022).
  • Global Fix EPIRB.


Fire-Fighting Equipment:

  • Fireboy automatic shut down system located in the navigation area which will shut down each engine, genset, and diesel heater. There is also a manual trigger located on the engine room bulkhead in the starboard head. Fireboy engine room unit and shut down.
  • Engine room heat sensors, complete engine alarms along with other monitoring integrated to the Maretron system.
  • Carbon Monocide Detector single station alarm renewed 2022.