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1991 156' Feadship 156

$ 10,899,000 USD

Fort Lauderdale, FL, US

Endless Summer II

Feadship 156' 156

        On Display Now at Lauderdale Marine Center

Originally constructed for a high-profile owner, recently completed a $10 million refit and has been exceptionally maintained since her christening. 

Endless Summer, a custom built by Dutch Feadship, Royal Van Lent shipyard in 1991. The classic 47.5 m (156’) has been meticulously maintained with an open checkbook and has navigated the world's oceans with style and grace. She was conceived by the world renowned De Voogt Naval Architects design and engineering team and constructed by Roya, Van Lent Shipyard in the Netherlands. She sits proud, boasting a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. Matched with her Zero Speed stabilization system along with super-efficient engine package, this Feadship provides a smooth and enjoyable voyage no matter your destination on the open ocean. Recently, she completed a major 3 1/2-year refit at Derecktor Shipyard where no expense was spared. This fact becomes apparent immediately upon entry aboard the vessel where you are met with unmatched luxury and tasteful opulence at every corner. 

Filled with natural light, beautifully crafted wood and classic, satin finished teak, the iconic Feadship oozes charm and elegance while maintaining a warm and welcoming atmosphere. She is made up of a beautiful combination of classic, comfortable and stylish interiors and exteriors. Featuring spacious decks, a covered aft deck and an open sky lounge deck, the Endless Summer provides a perfect space for any occasion, whether it be for entertaining or simply personal enjoyment. In addition, there is an overabundance of interior air-conditioned living spaces to enjoy at any hour of the day or night. This tri-deck, steel hulled oceangoing vessel accommodates up to 12 guests in six staterooms comprised of two master suites, an owner study, a full width VIP stateroom, two double staterooms and two twin-bedded staterooms with pullman berths. 

This Yacht was built for worldwide cruising and offers unlimited amenities while onboard. Endless Summer is truly a five-star experience. For 73 years, the name Feadship has been synonymous with the best built Yachts in the entire world, and the Endless Summer is no exception. She is without a doubt the most well-appointed, and best priced Feadship in her class on the market today. Endless Summer is turnkey and ready to begin her next adventure with her new owners. Available for your personal inspection today.  

Features:

·         A masterfully constructed work of art Feadship

·         Six stateroom layout, including two Masters

·         Originally built as Carmac VII, with a great history of owners

·         Low hours on main engines and equipment

·         10-million-dollar refit between 2015 to 2018

·         5000-mile range

·         Trans-oceanic, with an extensive history of world travel

 Refit Highlights:

 -Main engines rebuilt                                                                                              

 -Generator engines rebuilt                                                                   

 -New generator portions on each genset                                                              

 -New air conditioning system                                                                

-New insulation in stack

-New fire dampeners in stack

-New water maker and rebuilt second water maker

-New water plumbing throughout boat

-New LED lighting throughout the boat

-New air handlers throughout the boat

-New bathroom decor throughout the boat

-New ceiling and flooring throughout the boat

-New bedding and soft goods throughout the boat

-New washers and dryers

-New galley stoves and ovens

-New entertainment systems

-New bridge electronics and navigation systems 

-Monitoring system created to integrate analog systems into digital displays

-Added 6-foot extension (swim platform) to hull

-New main salon automatic door

-New main deck bar

-Audio gauged hull at one-foot intervals and replaced hull plating as required

-Rebuilt chain locker

-Rebuilt and recoated black water tank and gray water tank

-New Interior mahogany woodwork                                                      

-Two new Wave Runners                                                                 

 -New RIB tender

-New zero-speed Stabilizers

-New generator portions on each genset

-New sea chest and piping

- New fire alert system

 

Engines (2)

  • Make Detroit Diesel
  • Model 16V149N
  • Fuel diesel
  • Type Inboard
  • Total HP1,860
  • Total Hours 2700

Disclaimer

SYS Yacht Sales offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

SYS Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by H. Hilton Yacht and Ship.

Specifications

  • Category Power
  • Condition Used
  • Hull Material Steel
  • Make Feadship
  • Model 156
  • Boat Name Endless Summer II
  • Length Overall 156'
  • Model Year 1991
  • Beam 28' 2''
  • Max Draft 8' 7''
  • Fuel Tank6 x 19300|gallon
  • Heads 10
  • Single Berths 3
  • Max Speed 14 kn
  • Cruising Speed 10 kn
  • Builder Name FeadShip
  • Length 156'
  • Holding Tank 1 x 599|gallon
  • Fresh Water 2 x 5299|gallon
  • Double Berths 3
  • Range 5,753.9 mi
  • Displacement Type Dry Load
  • ElectricalCircuit 24 V
  • Windlass Type Electric
  • Drive Type Direct

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    156 Feadship 1991 Endless Summer.

Full Details

Construction / General Specs

Overall Length: 156’ (47.65m)

Waterline Length: 142’ 03” (43.36m)

Beam: 28’ 11” (8.81m)

Draft: 9’2” (2.8m)

Gross Tonnage: 482 Tons

Build: Feadship, Holland

Naval Architect De Voogt Naval Architects

Flag: Marshall Islands

Year Completed: 1991

Refit Year: 2017

Construction: Steel Hull / Aluminum Superstructure

Props: 59” 5 blade props

Rudders: 1.8m hollow steel foil shaped

Gross Tons:  482 tons                                                                                                  Net Tons:  145 tons                                                                                      Displacement:  402.2 t

Tankage

Fuel capacity: 19,200 gal (72,670L) in 6 tanks

Fresh Water Capacity: 5,300 gal (20,060L) in 2 tanks

Black Water Capacity: 1400 gal in 2 tanks 

Grey Water Capacity: 1,120 gal (4,997L) in 2 tanks

Clean Lube Oil Tank: 776 gal (2,940L)

Dirty Lube Oil Tank: 497 gal (1,921L)

Engines

The engine room can be accessed either by a fiddley door on the port side mid-ship or from the VIP stairwell. It is a large space that consists of two levels. The equipment is spaced out as to offer easy access for maintenance. All seawater piping has been upgraded to copper-nickel and all thru-hull penetrations were replaced during the refit. Watertight boxes with access hatches were added when the new zero-speed stabilizer fins were installed in 2018. $1.5 million Stabilizer and install cost.

2x Detroit Diesel 16V149N 

930 HP Each

Port Hrs: 1571

Stbd Hrs: 1470

Generators

Stamford UC1274F2

Port and Starboard Generators 

2 Detroit Diesel 671 (145 KW)

KW 145

KVA 181.25

Amps 503.1

Volts 208

Hz. 60

RPM 1800

 

Mechanical

AC System: NR Koeling 4 chiller sea water cooled system which controls

Refrigeration: Three (3) Bitzer compressors for walk-ins and galley refrigeration

Shore Power: Two (2) AC Shore Power Connectors with a Keiser Switching system

Water Maker: One (1) Water Makers Inc. VP2500 (400 hrs)

One (1) HEM Series 4000 (25,430 hrs)

Black Water: Tidal Wave HMV Sewage Treatment System

Anti-Fouling System: Cathelco Limited with 4 anodes

Battery Charger: Three (3) Dolphin Pro 24 (new 21’)

Invertors: Weg CFW200 for ER fans

Centrifuge: Alfa Laval MAB 104B

Oil / Water Separator: Deckma OMD-2005 (calibrated 12/20)

Toilets: Two (2) Jets vacuum pumps

Fresh Water Pumps: Two (2) Spec (primary)

One (1) Grundfos (back up)

Air Compressor: Kaser SX5T

Fuel Transfer: Two (2) 20GPM transfer pumps/

Bilge Pump: 55 GPM pump

Fire Pump: 55 GPM pump

Sterilization: Aqualine UV sterilization

Jowa Ag-s Silver Ion water treatment system

Hot Water: Nibe-Elk 213

Monitoring System: 17” Elo Monitor w/ keyboard

Stabilization: Two (2) hydraulic pumps with storage tank

Two (2) water tight boxes built over fin actuators

Lube oil: Hose reel with transfer pump form CLO tank

Lazarette

Lazarette

Steering system: Two (2) Tenfjord 22hp steering pumps

Emergency steering station

Fueling Station: 75’ of hose on reel that fuels through fill-rite gauged pump

Water filtration: Dock water filter SS8-EPE-316L

Dive Compressor: Brownies system with Bauer air compressor

Hydraulics: Rexroth Hydraulic power pack that controls the passerelle and stern door locks

Underwater lights: Ten (10) Seavision UW light Ballasts

Ice Maker: Manitowoc

Tenders

Tender: ZAR53 17’6” tender with 115 Yamaha outboard

Jet Ski: Two (2) 2016 Yamaha FX Cruiser SVHO

Galley

Stove: Two (2) Gaggenau 5 Burner Induction Stove

Oven: Two (2) Angelope Self Washing

Warmer: One (1) Giorick Salamander Warming Station

Refrigeration: Custom Blitzer 94” x 76” with four (4) doors

Garbage Disposal: Insinkerator Evolution

Stew Sink

Dishwasher: Meile Optima

Ice Maker: Uline

Microwave: LG

Garbage Disposal: Insinkerator Evolution

Water Filtration: Everpure

Coffee Station

Coffee Machine: Keurig pods

Delonghi Espresso

Carbonation system: Aarke

 

 

Interior Layout

Main Deck Interior

The interior of the Endless Summer is classic of Feadship with high end custom woodwork throughout. The interior wood is teak covered with a satin varnish and includes custom designs throughout the Yacht. The ceilings consist of high gloss white planking in the majority of the rooms and the lights are a clear glass George Kovak LED.

 

Main Salon

You enter the main salon through a large automatic opening glass door, and will immediately notice the generous space that offers an abundance of high-end furnishings that will keep you ensconced in luxurious relaxation for days. The seating area has a brown leather couch with five oversized chairs surrounding a varnished teak coffee table. Aft of the couch is a game table with four chairs. A large 70-inch TV with surround sound is on a rescissible lift and pivots to be viewed from 360 degrees. The windows offer unlimited natural light with custom wooden horizontal blinds. The mahogany and teak bar is considered the main social focal point in the salon built and installed during the recent Yacht refit.    

 

Dining Area

The dining area can be entered from two large double pocket doors or from a door directly to the galley. The dining table is 56”x100” varnished teak table that is surrounded by leather covered chairs for 10 guests. The walls are teak paneling with intricate engravings and burl wood adorns the ceilings and tan carpet throughout the dining area. The corners have glass cabinets with built-ins to display the glassware. There is a locking China closet aside the port.

 

Foyer

The foyer has two entry doors from the Starboard side. From the foyer you will find entrances leading to the day head, owners’ cabin, A/V locker, crew entryway, stairs to upper sky lounge, and a stairwell leading down to the VIP cabins and engine room access.

 

Day Head

The day head has a beautiful burl wood vanity which supports a clear glass vessel sink and glass faucet. Custom Tarpon scale ceiling installed during refit.

 

Crew Entrance

Crew entrance from port side door leads to a stairwell which takes you to the crew quarters, stairwell to pilot house, a door to galley and an entrance to the formal dining room. There are closet doors leading to pantry storage, medical locker, firefighting locker, galley breakers in the service companionway. 

 

Master Stateroom

The full beam on deck Master Stateroom is entered from the foyer. The master continues with the same flow of interior styling of custom teak wood paneling, white panel ceilings and tan carpet. The entrance to the master is a private study hosting a large mahogany desk overlooking a large picture window to the Starboard side. Large windows offer endless aquatic views that provide copious amounts of natural lighting to compliment the opulent décor. From the study, you then enter into the master stateroom which has a king bed in the center facing aft. A 60’ tv on an actuator at the foot of the bed on lift and retracts into the bedframe in a manner to not disrupt the classic bed frame woodwork. A cream-colored leather couch sits to the starboard of the room and a makeup desk to port. The two closets forward connect creating a large walk-in cedar lined closet, The master head is like no other! The large rain shower with an oversized picture window is constructed with custom marble and twin seating delivers a luxury spa feel.  His and hers stand-alone vanities with gold leaf vessel sinks and glass faucets line the aft wall on its marble walls. Custom heated floors and towel racks reflect the level of detail and luxury the owners achieved in finishing off the Master Head.  

Bridge Deck

Sky Lounge

The sky lounge can either be accessed from the boat deck or from the upper foyer. There are six oversized brown leather chairs and a leather hide wrapped coffee and end table. The forward wall has one 65” and two 32” TVs mounted for watching multiple games at once. The wet bar is located to starboard, it has multiple cabinets and a closet with built-in storage for glasses. Windows surround this space for 180-degree viewing.

 

Upper Foyer

This area has access to the stairwell that takes you down to the lower foyer as well as three doors leading to sky lounge, ships radio room and out to starboard Portuguese bridge.

 

Radio Room

There is a desk with chart storage and all radio equipment is easily accessible.

 

Pilot house

The pilot house consists of two black leather helm chairs and a black leather sofa. Five angled windows with defrosters allow for easy viewing. There are four 22” monitors built into boxes that rotate. Breaker panels are located on aft bulkhead as well as shelving containing all the ships manuals. There are doors leading to the radio room, port/starboard bridge wings and the captain’s cabin.

 

Captain’s Cabin

The captain’s cabin (located aft of the bridge) encompasses a large square footage design and promotes extreme living and comfort throughout its open layout. This Stateroom features a walk around queen bed, sofa, desk and multiple cedar lined closets. Continuing with the Yachts theme is a large picture window to port behind the oversized couch. The head consists of a shower, jacuzzi tub, and dual sink vanity. This is a perfect cabin for a couple, and is finished out to the same standard of quality found in the guest Staterooms.

 

Lower-Level Interior

 Aft Guest Cabins

A stairwell leads down through the main salon to the four aft guest cabins.

The aft cabins are two identical staterooms with two single beds and a pull man bunk. Each room has two large port lights for natural lighting, a large hanging closet and ample drawer space. The heads have showers with Hansgrohe stainless-steel hardware, a stainless-steel sink and a glass faucet. The floors and towel racks are heated.

The forward cabins are identical staterooms with queen beds. Each room has two large port lights for natural lighting, two large hanging closets and ample drawer space. The heads have oversized showers with Hansgrohe stainless-steel hardware, a stainless-steel sink and a glass faucet. The floors and towel racks are heated.

 

Aft Guest Hallway

This area has closet doors leading to a large pantry, three separate closets for storage, a fire escape and in the deck are three hatches that access bilge storage and tank tops.

VIP Cabin

The VIP cabin is located in the centerline of the boat and can be accessed by a stairwell from the main deck foyer.

This cabin is extremely spacious with a king size bed, a built-in cream leather sofa and two chairs. The 55” TV raises out from under the bed. There is a walk-in closet with a safe and two port lights to starboard that let in plenty of light. The VIP head has a spacious his/her shower with two Hansgrohe rain heads and shower heads. Two standalone vanities with vessel sinks are beautifully wrapped in burl wood and the ceilings are bright and consist of seashells.

 

Crew Area

The crew area consists of a large U-shaped sofa with seating for 10. It has two TV’s and shipboard monitoring systems. There is a crew galley area with coffee machines and refrigerators. The walk-in refrigerator and freezer are accessed from here. The laundry room is connected, and it has three large capacity washer/dryer combos, large sink folding area and a built-in ironing board. There are five crew cabins in this area, all have two bunks and private heads and the two middle cabins have desks. There is access to the crew bilge that has built in shelving with ample storage.

 

Electronics

Wheelhouse

Ships Compass: Ritchie

Gyro Compass: Anschultz Digital Gyro STD 22

VHF Radios: Standard Horizon GX5500S with remote mics

Monitors: Three (3) 22” KEP monitors with touchpad to switch monitors

One (1) 19” Tru-Vu monitor

Chart Plotter System: Transas and Garmin

Radar: Two (2) Furuno RCU-014 (one X-band and one S-band)

Auto Pilot: Anschultz NP5000

Steering system: Anschultz Tiller FU

Anschultz Tiller NFU

Anschultz Steering Selector

Anschultz Gyro Repeater

Anschultz Rudder Angle Indicator

Throttles: Hobelt

Bow Thruster Control: Wesmar

Spot Light: Two (2) Carlisle & Finch

Night Vision: FLIR M-series

Horn: Kahlenberg T-3A

Kahlenberg M512 Soundlight Signal Controller

Stabillizer: NIAID Model 820 Two Fin Zero Speed

8” touchpad to control stabilizers

Depth & Speed: Furuno

Wind & Temp: Furuno

Bottom Mapping: Wassp WMB-160F-R

Shipboard Monitoring: FT NAO Vision

Phone System: Snom

 

Ships Office

Radio: ICOM IC-M604

ICOM IC-M802

AIS: Furuno FA-150

Satellite Compass: Furuno

Speed Log: Furuno DS-80

Two (2) Furuno GP170

Navtex: Furuno NX-700

VSAT: Sailor 900

Thrane & Thrane TT3672A Handset

Monitoring System: 15” EIO Monitor

Fire Panel: TYCO Fire/Smoke

Printer: HP MFP-M277DW

 

Wing Stations

Steering: Anschultz Tiller FU

Anschultz Rudder Angle Indicator

Depth & Speed: Furuno

Wind & Temp: Furuno

Bow Thruster Control: Wesmar

Throttle: Hobelt

 

Sundeck Helm Station

Monitor: One 1 15” KEP Monitor with button to switch between displays

Auto Pilot: Anschultz NP5000

Steering system: Anschultz Tiller FU

Anschultz Tiller NFU

Anschultz Steering Selector

Anschultz Rudder Angle Indicator

Throttles: Hobelt

Bow Thruster Control: Wesmar

Spot Light: One (1) Carlisle & Finch control with switch to control each light

Night Vision: FLIR M-series control

Horn: Kahlenberg M512 Soundlight Signal Controller

Stabilizer: NIAID 8” touchpad to control stabilizers

Depth & Speed: Furuno

Wind & Temp: Furuno

VHF Radios: Remote Mic Plugs

VHF Antenna: Two (2) Comrod AXB 32D

Internet: Ruckus T300 Access Point

 

Mast

Radar: One (1) Furuno 8’ Antenna

One (1) Furuno 6’ Antenna

Domes: One (1) VSAT Sailor 900

One (1) Sat TV KVH HD11

One (1) Broad Band KVH FB500

Satellite Compass: Furuno SC-1203F Antenna Unit

AIS: Two (2) Galaxy 5225-XT-AIS

One (1) Furuno GP-17A

Cellular: Two (2) 4G LTE 1273-PW Digital Antenna

GPS: Two (2) Furuno GP21S

One (1) Garmin GPS19X

Wind Speed: One (1) Furuno FI-5001

One (1) Airmar 200WX

Internet: Ruckus T300 Access Point

Wave Wifi Rogue Pro

Lazarette

Steering: Anschultz Rudder Angle Indicator

Communications: Vingtor-Stentofar emergency phone system

 

Audio Visual

Main Salon

TV: Sony Bravia 65” on a lift

AV Receiver: Yamaha RX-5601

Speakers: 5 Speaker surround sound

DVD Player: Sony

Processor: RTI XP-6 Advanced Control Processor

Sat TV: Direct TV box

TV Control: Launchport AV touchscreen

Phone: Snom

 

Sky Lounge

TV: One (1) 65” Sony Bravia

Two (2) 32” Sony Bravia

AV Receiver: Yamaha RX-A770

DVD Player: Sony

Sat TV: Four (4) Direct TV boxes

TV Control: Launchport AV touchscreen

 

Boat Deck

TV: 58” Seura TV in overhead that drops down

Speakers: Four (4) JBL 6x9”

Phone: Snom

 

Aft Deck

TV: 58” Seura (drops down from overhead)

Speakers: Six (6) 10” circle speakers in overhead

AV Receiver: Yamaha RX-A670

DVD Player: Sony

Processor: RTI XP-6 Advanced Control Processor

Sat TV: Direct TV box

TV Control: Launchport AV touchscreen

Cameras: Three (3) Pelco dome cameras

 

Master Stateroom

TV: 55” Sony (on lift that comes out from under bed)

AV Receiver: Yamaha RX-5601

Speakers: 5 Speaker surround sound

DVD Player: Sony

Processor: RTI XP-6 Advanced Control Processor

Sat TV: Direct TV box

TV Control: Launchport AV touchscreen

Phone: Snom

 

VIP Cabin

TV: 55” Sony (on lift that comes out from under bed)

AV Receiver: Yamaha RX-A607

Speakers: 5 Speaker surround sound

DVD Player: Sony

Processor: RTI XP-6 Advanced Control Processor

Sat TV: Direct TV box

TV Control: MX-890 Universal Remote

Phone: Snom

 

Aft Guest Cabins

Mediterranean, North Sea, Caribbean, South Seas

TV: 32” Samsung

Speakers:

DVD Player: Sony

Sat TV: Direct TV box

TV Control: MX-890 Universal Remote

Phone: Snom

 

Galley

TV: 25” Samsung (used as monitoring system for cameras)

Stereo: Fusion MS-RA70

Phone: Snom

 

Crew Lounge

TV: One (1) 50” Sony Bravia

One (1) 32” Sony Bravia

Monitoring: 24” Samsung (for security cameras)

9” RH Marine (for tank monitoring)

DVD Player: Sony

Sat TV: Direct TV box

TV Control: MX-890 Universal Remote

Phone: Snom

 

Aft Crew Cabin

TV: Two (2) 24” Samsung

Sat TV: Direct TV box

Phone: Snom

 

Four (4) Crew Cabins

TV: 15” TVs

Sat TV: Direct TV box

Phone: Snom

 

Captain’s Cabin

TV: 24” Samsung

AV Processor: Yamaha WXA-50

Speaker: Bose Soundbar

DVD Player: Sony

Sat TV: Direct TV box

Phone: Snom

Printer: HP

 

AV Locker

Sat TV: KVH Tracvision Control Unit

KVH Multiswitch

VSAT: Sailor TT-7016A Antenna Control Unit

Networking: Cisco VOIP 8 port IP Telephony Gateway

Newtec MDM3100 IP Satellite Modem

Kerio Control NG500

Redport VOIP Controller

Ruckus Zone Director 1200

Netgear Prosafe M4100-POE

Two (2) Panduit Patch Panels

Monitoring: 15” Monitor w/keyboard

Battery Backup: Two (2) Eaton 9130

Appliances

Galley

Stove: Two (2) Gaggenau 5 Burner Induction Stove

Oven: Two (2) Angelope Self Washing

Warmer: One (1) Giorick Salamander Warming Station

Refrigeration: Custom Blitzer 94” x 76” with four (4) doors

Garbage Disposal: Insinkerator Evolution

Stew Sink

Dishwasher: Meile Optima

Ice Maker: Uline

Microwave: LG

Garbage Disposal: Insinkerator Evolution

Water Filtration: Everpure

Coffee Station

Coffee Machine: Keurigg pods

Delonghi Espresso

Carbonation system: Aarke

Crew Lounge

Refrigeration: Bilken Walk-in Refrigerator/Freezer

Avanti (beverage refrigerator)

Ice Maker: Uline

Microwave: Frigidare

Ice Machine: Uline

Water Filtration: Everpure

Coffee: Keurig Pods

Laundry

Washer/Dryer Three (3) Speed Queen Over-Under Washer/Dryer Combos

Ironing Board: Built in

Aft Deck

Refrigeration: Avanti drink refrigerator

Ice Maker: Uline

Lazarette

Ice Maker: Manitowoc

Sundeck

Freezer: Two (2) Large Maytag Chest Freezers

Exterior Layout

The exterior of the vessel is white paint over a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. There is a varnish teak cap rail on all decks and the teak decks are in great shape and cover all decks except the sundeck aft.

Aft Deck

The aft deck has a varnished teak table with leaf inserts and seating for ten guests. There is a varnished teak bar to starboard with tan Corian countertops. A long cream-colored couch extends along the aft area, it has a permanent sunshade installed over it and is facing towards a 60” TV that lowers from the ceiling on an actuator. There are doors that close leading to the companionways and the aft deck side windows open for controlled air flow. The gate to starboard leads to the passerelle and the stairwell to port leads to the swim platform.

Swim Platform

The swim platform was added during the refit and includes an outside shower. There are nine removable staple rails and a diver ladder connects into the center. There is a water tight door that leads into the lazarette.

 

Side Walkways

Port and starboard sides have two entry points with connections for the boarding stairs and intercom system. Port side has a washdown locker, engine room access, crew entry door and stairs leading to the boat deck. Starboard side has two doors leading to the main deck foyer. The boarding ladders are stored on the port side.

 

Bow

The bow area has doors on the port and starboard sides leading to a room that contains the emergency escape from crew quarters which makes up the air system. Forward of this are two hatches for storage. Two large deck boxes have been added to the bow for extra storage. The anchor windlass has a large flood light on a mast for night operations and in front of that is a hatch leading to the forepeak and crew bilge areas. From the bow there are stairs leading to a large sun pad in front of the pilot house that consists of two chaise lounges and two tables.

 

Boat Deck

The boat deck is expansive, with room for plenty of toys. There is a guest sitting area forward that consists of a giant U-shaped settee with a 78”x 62” varnished teak hi/lo table in the middle and built-in end tables. A 58” TV is located in the overhead. The water toy area consists of two 4000lb capacity cranes and two large deck boxes. On the port side there are two 2016 Yamaha FX Cruiser SVHO wave runners and to starboard a 2016 ZAR53 17’6” tender with 115 Yamaha outboard with removable chaulks. 

There is a small sun pad center line aft. From the boat deck you can go up to the sun deck or down to the main deck, as well as having access to the port/starboard bridge wings.

 

Portuguese Bridge

The Portuguese bridge has port and starboard covered wing stations that have excellent visibility for docking. Forward of the pilot house are large storage cabinets that contain life jackets.

 

Sun Deck

The sun deck has an upper helm station consisting of a water tight box for electronics, two helm chairs and three built in sitting areas. The mast is the centerpiece of the sundeck so the seating surrounds the mast. There are sun shade sails that cover the port/starboard/aft sections. The aft area has a custom-built area containing two large chest freezers for extra freezer space.

 

Deck & Equipment

 Boat Deck

Crane: Two (2) Van Driel 4000lbs/2000kg Davits

 

Bow

Anchor Windlass: Steen 1950

Ground Tackle: Two (2) 315kg Pool type galvanized anchors

450’ of 20.5mm chain per side

Capstans: Two (2) Steen 5946

Bits: Four (4) Large Stainless-Steel bits

Fairleads: Six (6) Stainless-Steel

Hatch: Large watertight hatch leading to forepeak & crew bilge area

 

Side Decks

Bits: One (1) Large Stainless-Steel bit

One (1) Small Stainless-Steel bit

Fairleads: Four (4) Stainless-Steel

Side Doors: Two (2) boarding doors

Stairs: Two (2) 9 steep boarding ladders on port side

 

Aft Deck

Capstans: Two (2) Steen

Bits: Six (6) Large Stainless-Steel bits

Fairleads: Six (6) Stainless-Steel

Hatch: Large hatch leading to Lazarette

 

Swim Platform

Bits: Two (2) Small Stainless-Steel bits

Staple Rails: Nine (9) removable staple rails

Passerelle: Akaboom 15’ fixed passerelle that swings out from stern

Safety Equipment

Life Rafts: Four (4) Survivacraft 8 Person SOLAS (Serviced 12/21)

Epirb: ACR Cat 1

Life Rings: Two (2) 30” throwable life rings with smoke

Four (4) 24” Throwable life rings with strobe light

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