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Contest 62CS


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  • Name: Dikenec
  • Material: Vinylester
  • Flag: French
  • Length: 19.18 M
  • Beam: 5.45 M
  • Depth: 2.2 M


Contest 62CS

General information (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Brand/type : Contest 62CS
  • Name: Dikenec
  • Yard: Conyplex BV, The Netherlands
  • Designer: Georg Nissen
  • Year: 2012
  • Hull number: NL-CON60110F212
  • Engine: Perkins Sabre M185C, 185hp
  • Construction: Vinylester with vacuum infused sandwich
  • Length o.a: 19.18m
  • Length hull: 16.80m
  • Beam: 5.45m
  • Draft: 2.20m lead keel (shallow draft version)
  • Weight: Approx 31.100kg
  • Ballast: Approx 12.000kg
  • Water: 1.600L
  • Diesel: 1.513L
  • Location: Bretagne, France
  • Flag: French

Hull (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Hull and deck are made of high quality materials.
  • Several interior arrangements are possible within the structural bulkheads and keel grid. Two separate watertight bulkheads are foreseen in every interior arrangement.
  • Hull in sandwich, vacuum infused composite with the Conyplex vacuum infusion system®.
  • Laminate consisting of quadraxial and biaxial E-glass for inner and outer skins, infused with vinylester resin.
  • Local unidirectional E-glass reinforcements.
  • Solid laminate in structural areas like the keel area.
  • First layer after gelcoat is a special barrier coat.
  • Structural bulkheads fully bonded to hull and deck.
  • Hull colour in Alexseal dark grey gelcoat with grey waterline striping 

Deck (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Deck in sandwich, vacuum infused composite with the Conyplex vacuum infusion system®.
  • Deck: gelcoat white.
  • Laminate consisting of quadraxial and biaxial E-glass for inner and outer skins.
  • Local unidirectional E-glass reinforcements.
  • Solid laminate in structural areas where deck equipment is fitted.
  • Deck lockers and anchor locker in composite with gelcoat finish and aluminium teak covered deck hatches.
  • 12 mm hand laid teak deck, toe rail, cockpit seats, cockpit floor and teak detailing around the cockpit.
  • Harken roller bearing deck hardware
  • 8 x Newthex opening flush deck hatches
  • 8 x mooring cleats
  • Mooring lines and fenders
  • Guard rail opening at both sides
  • Lewmar electric anchor windlass with 40kg anchor, 70m chain and 50m rope
  • Forward deck locker
  • Tender garage under aft deck with Holmatro hydraulic operated opening transom for tender recovery.
  • Dinghy with 2.5hp Suzuki outboard engine
  • Novalift deck crane for outboard engine
  • Aft deck hatches with access to tender garage
  • Stainless steel bathing ladder with teak steps
  • 4 x Folding teak seats with stainless steel support mounted at pushpit
  • Deck wash pump

Bulkheads (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Vacuum infused composite structural bulkheads in sandwich, using the Conyplex vacuum infusion system®.
  • Vacuum infused composite longitudinals in sandwich, using the Conyplex vacuum infusion system®.

Keel (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Shallow draft keel 2.20m in lead.
  • Keel bolted through solid laminate using stainless steel bolts.
  • Keel floors in sandwich, vacuum infused composite with the Conyplex vacuum infusion system®.

Rudder (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Fully balanced composite spade rudder.
  • Fibre orientated rudder laminate, vacuum infused composite with the Conyplex vacuum infusion system®.
  • Aluminium anodised rudder post.
  • JEFA rudder bearings.
  • JEFA steering system rack and pinion.

Cockpit (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Spacious cockpit with fix centre cockpit table
  • Cockpit cushions in dark blue fabric
  • Rigid windscreen in polished stainless steel frame, with sand colour soft top
  • 2 x Stereo loudspeakers
  • 12v cigarette plug
  • Double Jefa steering positions with carbon steering wheels, push button operated sail handling and Raymarine instruments at both helm positions.
  • 2 x Lewmar STE68 electric genoa winches
  • 2 x Lewmar STE65 electric mainsheet winches
  • 2 x Lewmar ST54 manual runner winches

Navigation instruments (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

Starboard helm position:

  • 1 x Raymarine i70 multi repeater
  • 1 x Raymarine autopilot
  • 1 x Raymarine HybridTouch colour combi chart plotter/radar/GPS with AIS transceiver.
  • Raymarine RAY240E VHF telephone
  • Urania compass
  • Operating buttons for genoa, mainsail, outhaul, deck lights, dim lights and air horn
  • Sleipner 24v/20hp bowthruster instead of standard 15hp
  • Engine operating panel and throttle control

Port helm position:

  • 2 x Raymarine i70 multi repeaters
  • 1 x Raymarine autopilot
  • 1 x Raymarine HybridTouch colour combi chart plotter/radar/GPS with AIS transceiver.
  • Urania compass
  • Operating buttons for genoa, mainsail and outhaul

Mast & Rigging (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Seldén aluminium keel stepped mast, painted in Awlgrip white, with triple aft swept spreaders
  • In-mast mainsail furling, hydraulically operated
  • Seldén aluminium boom, painted in Awlgrip white
  • ROD standing rigging
  • Furlex hydraulically operated fore stay
  • Removable inner fore stay for stay sail
  • ROD backstay, splitted with twin Holmatro hydraulic tensioners
  • Holmatro hydraulically operated boomvang from cockpit
  • LED spreader lights, LED navigation lights

Maintenance mast and rigging 2017:

  • Mast taken off, standing rigging dismantled/visually inspected and screen tested, back assembled, tested and adjusted.
  • Hydraulic engine for in-mast mainsail furler replaced
  • Barings headsail furler replaced
  • Spinnaker halyard, genoa halyard and mainsail halyard replaced
  • Wind indicator replaced
  • New fuler for Code Zero

Maintenance mast and rigging 2018:

  • Complete refit hydraulic installation
  • Raymarine converter system in mast replaced

Sail inventory(Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Incidence Voiles Performance furling mainsail with vertical battens (09/2017)
  • Incidence Voiles Performance furling genoa with UV-strip (06/2018)
  • Incidence Voiles Code Zero on furler (04/2017)
  • Ullmann staysail (in good condition)
  • Asymmetric spinnaker (in average condition)

Engine (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Perkins Sabre M185C (185hp) 6-cylinder turbo charged diesel engine
  • Year 2012
  • 3.008 running hours (d.d. 29/07/2019)
  • Engine number: YD50779U938426W
  • Stainless steel propeller shaft with rope cutter and 4-blade MaxProp propeller
  • De-Bug filter
  • Double Separ fuel filters
  • Extra alternator 110Ah

Electric installation and plumbing (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • 24V/230V electric circuit
  • 2 x 12v/70Ah mastervolt AGM engine batteries (2014)
  • 8 x 12v/160Ah (connected 24v) domestic batteries (2014)
  • 2 x 12v/160Ah (connected 24v) navigation batteries (2014)
  • 4 x 12v/160Ah (connected 24v) bowthruster batteries (2014)
  • 1 x 12v/70Ah Mastervolt AGM generator battery (2017)
  • Mastervolt Whisper 12 Ultra generator in sound box (approx 400 running hours)
  • Mastervolt Whisper generator control panel
  • 2 x Mastervolt Mass 24/100-C battery chargers
  • Mastervolt Battery Monitor BTM-III
  • 1 x Dolphin Premium 24v/20Ah battery charger for engine batteries
  • 1 x Mastervolt Mass Sine 24/5000 inverter system
  • Mastervolt Mass inverter charger control panel
  • 2 x 40L water heater system
  • Electric water pressure system
  • Schenker Smart watermaker 80L p/h
  • 2 x Waste tanks, for aft and forward toilet

Interior (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Interior design by Birgit Schnaasse
  • Modern teak interior with light oak floors
  • Three cabins (6 sleeps) + crew cabin the bow (2 sleeps)
  • Two head compartments
  • Webasto reverse air-conditioning system in all areas of the interior

Saloon (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Upholstery in natural sand colour fabric
  • Halogen ceiling lights with dimmer system and reading lamps
  • Venetian blinds for windows
  • Pioneer radio/CD/DVD/Bluetooth entertainment system

Chart table (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Large chart table with fix seat and 24v switch panel
  • 1 x Raymarine i70 multi repeater
  • 1 x Raymarine HybridTouch colour combi chart plotter/radar/GPS with AIS transceiver.
  • 1 x Raymarine RAY240E VHF telephone with loudspeaker

Galley (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Walk-through galley with sand colour Corian stone worktop
  • 4-Burner gas stove with oven and electric gas shut-off switch
  • Cooker top extractor fan 24v
  • Siemens microwave
  • Double sinks with hot/cold pressurized water mix tap
  • 1 x Frigoboat 24v refrigerator, front loader
  • 1 x Frigoboat 24v deepfreezer, front loader
  • 1 x Isotherm 24v refrigerator, top loader

Owner’s aft cabin (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Large double center bed with custom matrasses and sufficient storage lockers
  • Reading lamps mounted at bulkhead
  • Curtains and blinds
  • Opening deck hatch for extra ventilation
  • En-suite bathroom with separate shower compartment, washbasin finished in sand colour Corian worktop and Tecma electric flush toilet (fresh water).
  • Access doors to engine room

Forward guest cabins (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • 2 x Guest cabins, each with wider bed below and single bunk bed at higher level
  • Reading lamps
  • Deck hatch for extra ventilation
  • Clothing lockers
  • Access door to central forward toilet compartment
  • Toilet compartment with washbasin, shower and Tecma electric flush toilet (fresh water). 

Crew cabin (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Located in the bow with access from both the deck hatch as an access door from the forward head compartment.
  • Installed with double bed, clothing locker, washbasin and manual flush toilet
  • Siemens combi washing machine/dryer installed in crew cabin locker

Safety (Contest 62CS Dikenec)

  • Category A Ocean
  • Electric bilge pumps
  • Manual bilge pump
  • Viking 8-person liferaft in bag
  • Life buoy
  • 8 x Life vests
  • 1 x Dan buoy


The particulars detailed herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed. These particulars are not part of any contract or offer and are supplied on the understanding that all negotiations shall be through PJ-Yachting who is acting as broker only.

The prospective purchaser is recommended to check the particulars and, where appropriate (and at his own expense) to employ a qualified surveyor/engineer to carry out structural and/or mechanical and electrical surveys.


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