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Nordhavn 75 "Sockeye Blue"


Name:

Sockeye Blue

Model:

Nordhavn 75

Year:

2009 (refit 2013 – 2014)

Designer:

Jeff Leishman

Flag of Registry: 

Canada (has not been imported into Canada)

LOA:

78'- 4"

LWL:

69' - 8"

Beam:

22' - 4"

Draft:

6' - 6"

Displacement:

303,000 lbs. (full load)

Internal Ballast:

13,000 lbs. lead

Engines:

Twin MTU’s rated 600hp each (new in 2013)

Engine hours stbd: 

2127

Engine hours port: 

2124

Cruising Speed: 

8 knots

Maximum Speed: 

11 knots

Approximate Range: 

3,000 nm

Generators:

 

 

40kW Onan: 130/230vac 3-phase: (1957 hrs.)

 

21.5 kW Onan: 130/230vac 3-phase (2198 hrs.)

Tankage:

All fiberglass – except as noted

Fuel: 

4,410 US gals. in four main tanks
plus a 130 gal. Aluminum Day (Supply) tank

Water: 

600 US gals.

Black Water:

240 gals.

Gray Water:

240 gals.

Construction:

Hull – solid fiberglass skin

 

Deck – Fiberglass with Baltek end-grain balsa core

 

Superstructure – Fiberglass with Klegecell core

 

Hull painted Awlgrip – Light Blue

 

Superstructure painted Awlgrip – Snow White

 

Boot Top painted Awlgrip – Flag Blue

 

Watertight bulkheads – Between lazarette and engine room, engine room and lower guest cabins, watertight bulkhead between forward machinery space and guest cabins with watertight door, chain locker collision bulkhead

Accommodations:

Master Cabin

 

Three Guest Cabins

 

Pilothouse Captain’s Cabin

 

Total Accommodations for 10

Location:

Jupiter FL

Asking:

SOLD

Listing Brokers:

Ted Robie
email: ted.robie@nordhavn.com
cell: 561.307.9104
office: 561.653.1932

Eric Leishman
email: eric.leishman@nordhavn.com
cell: 949.370.8433
phone: 949.496.4848

For more information, please contact your Nordhavn sales person or the office nearest you.

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The Nordhavn Expedition Yachtfisher is a truly exceptional and versatile boat and it's rare to find one on the market.  "Sockeye Blue" is hull #2 and has been carefully maintained by her owners with many upgrades.  She has cruised over 20,000 nm and can easily accommodate 6 to 8 guests with her spacious and luxurious interior. And with her generous range, she is ready to take her new owners to the most remote fishing grounds in the world.

General Overview

Sockeye Blue suffered a partial sinking in February of 2011, during whichshe was immersed up to the main salon sole. The incident resulted from the poor quality installation of a post-construction bait system contracted for by her original owner, not by Nordhavn Yachts. The installation broke at the through-hull intake.

The partial sinking resulted in a major refit by her current, very experienced, owners over the 2012-2013 period that included brand new MTU engines, and transmissions, complete rewiring of the boat, new mechanical and electrical systems in the lazarette, engine room and forward machinery areas, that included the generators, motors, and pumps. In essence, Sockeye Blue was comprehensively updated during the refit process.

The versatility of the 75EYF’s deck and interior layouts, along with the legendary Nordhavn passage making capability, give it extraordinary appeal. Since taking ownership and completing the refit, the current owners have logged more than 20,000 miles from the US west coast through Central America and up and down the US east coast, often cruising with eight or more guests aboard, very comfortably. With her master and three guest cabins, each with head ensuite, there is still accommodation for crew in the pilothouse.

There is usable, functional space in every area of the interior, making Sockeye Blue a perfect boat for cruising with guests or extended family.

Outside living space is equally palatial from the very large 11’ x 20’ fishing cockpit to the California deck, pilothouse and flybridge decks, to the foredeck, which has plenty of room for two tenders and toys. The 75 is well-built to suit her purpose.

The engine room and mechanical spaces would be the envy of any engineer. The engine room has 8’ of headroom, and loads of elbow room for systems access and maintenance.

As a true expedition yacht, she is also well suited to facilities worldwide, including her ASEA electrical converter system for voltage and frequency.

The full ABT hydraulic system, allows her to be easily handled by a couple as the current owners have often done.

Salon:

Entering from the California deck level the salon is expansive. Despite having port and starboard weather decks for easy movement fore in aft, there is still an impressive amount of interior space. Immediately to port is a corner sofa and teak coffee table. Immediately to starboard is the main electrical distribution panel inside a dedicated locker. Just forward of it is a long crescent shaped settee and dining table seating up to eight diners. The table has a center slide out section. Seven large windows offer great views and plenty of natural light.

The overhead lighting is LED, new in 2013. The headliner panel fabric is all new in 2016.

There is a large wine glass rack and storage just forward of the settee as well as copious drawer and locker storage throughout the salon.

New carpet was installed in 2013, The carpet is bound-edge, Atlas: Etcha, yarn, Antron Legacy nylon, color is Sea Meadow. The bar chairs were also re-upholstered in a harmonizing Ultraleather color in 2013.

Forward and to starboard is the stair landing for access up to the pilothouse and down to the staterooms. In that same area is a raised day bed, lending itself well to a younger member of the family.

Pantry:

Before the stairs going to the staterooms to starboard is the pantry which is a large area for additional food and other boat supplies. There is full head room at entry. The space flows out going aft filling the space under the stairs.

Galley:

Uniquely, the galley has windows for forward as well as side visibility, giving it plenty of light. It has a tile floor for easy cleaning. It is also large enough to accommodate high-end appliances and two or more chefs.

Granite countertops and tile backsplashes make the perfect work and serving surfaces. The galley is separated from the salon by granite-topped cabinets, but visually connected for the most convivial atmosphere.

Other Features:

  • New headliner fabric in 2016

  • New LED lighting in 2013

  •  Three-way valve for direct grey waters discharge, or to grey water tank

  • Galley cabinetry and walls are all done in teak

Appliances (all new in 2013):

  • Bosch full size dishwater

  • Double stainless steel sink

  • Grohe galley sink fixture

  • Hot water dispenser

  • GE electric range with custom stainless steel rails and pot fiddles

  • Full height stainless steel backsplash behind stove

  • GE profile trash compactor

  • GE profile microwave with exhaust fan

  • Sub-Zero 736 TC full height refrigerator with two freezer drawers, one with an icemaker (2009)

  • Spice cabinet built-in above counter top

  • LED overhead lighting

  • Large granite topped counter aft in galley creates convenient serving or dining space. Three swivel chairs are mounted aft, on the salon side of the counter.

Master Cabin

Forward of the salon and down a few shallow steps is the entrance to the master cabin, with the following features:

  • King size bed

  • Headboard upholstered in Sky Blue upholstery

  • All teak joinerwork

  • Carpeted cabin sole (new 2013)

  • Desk and two book shelves in vestibule entry to the stateroom

  • “His and Hers” heads port and starboard ensuite with tile soles and granite vanity tops, tile showers, and Tecma toilets (toilets new 2013)

  • “His and Hers” hanging lockers with cedar lining, double doors and HD magnetic latches

  • Custom sconce reading lights

  • 3 deck hatches overhead for light and ventilation. Each is equipped with a skyscreen roll-out insect screen/shade.

  • All LED lighting

  • Handcraft custom mattress (new 2015)

  • Custom tailored bedding (new 2015)

  • All new Ultraleather headliners in stateroom and both heads

  • The deck head (underside of foredeck) is insulated with 2” high density foam for temperature and sound attenuation

  • Three portlights with deadlights in hull sides

  • Port and starboard teak locker and drawer storage with teak counters

  • Night tables on either side of bed with granite tops and two drawers each

 Lower Port Guest Stateroom

  • Twin beds with drawer storage beneath

  • Two drawer granite–topped night table between beds

  • Large cedar lined hanging locker

  • Head ensuite with tile floor, granite vanity top, mosaic backsplash and tiled shower, Tecma “quiet-flush” head (new 2013), sconce and overhead LED lighting

  • New headliner (2016)

  • Full length wall mirror

  • New mattresses (2013)

  • Carpeted sole

  • Custom fitted linens (2015)

  • Adjustable reading lights

  • Two large opening ports with dead lights

 Lower Starboard Guest Stateroom

  • Full size queen bed with drawer storage under

  • Two drawer granite-topped night table

  • Varnished teak joinerwork

  • Mattress (2013)

  • Custom fitted linens (2015)

  • Upholstered cushion on hull ceiling (hull side)

  • Pull out pipe berth over bed

  • Cedar lined hanging locker

  • LED lighting

  • Head ensuite with tile floor, tile shower, granite vanity top, Tecma “quiet-flush” head (2013)

  • Carpeted sole

  • New headliner (2016)

  • Adjustable reading lights

  • Full length wall mirror

  • Two large opening ports with deadlights

 Lower Starboard Forward Guest Stateroom:

  • Full size bed with drawer storage under

  • Upholstered cushion on hull ceiling (hull side)

  • Cedar lined hanging locker

  • Additional linen closet

  • LED lighting

  • New headliner (2016)

  • Adjustable reading lights

  • Head ensuite with tile floor, granite vanity top, tile shower and Tecma “quiet-flush” head (new 2013)

  • Carpeted sole

  • Mattress (2013)

  • Custom fitted linens (2015)

 Pilothouse:

  • Dark overhead panels for glare minimization

  • Overhead and lower instrument console wrapped in black Ultraleather

  • Two ea Stidd helm chairs with cup holders, chrome hardware and pedestal bases

  • Nearly full beam instrument console

  • All varnished teak joinerwork

  • Port and starboard side Dutch doors and door aft to pilothouse deck

  • Work desk with swing-out chair to starboard

  • Dinette settee aft in pilothouse upholstered in Ultraleather fabric

  • Book shelves and storage lockers

  • Excellent visibility all around with large windows

  • Two stainless steel overhead handrails run fore and aft

  • Beverage fridge

  • Chart drawer

  • All LED lighting

  • Edge bound carpet (2014)

 Pilothouse Captain’s Cabin:

  • Over/under bunks and storage beneath

  • Full head with shower ensuite with tiled floor, granite vanity top, shower, and Tecma “quiet-flush” head

  • Air-conditioning soffits disburse air widely through the space

  • Clarion stereo with overhead speakers

  • LED lighting

  • Three drawer night table/counter with teak top

  • Pleated blinds on all windows in the cabin

  • Full length cedar lined hanging locker

 Laundry

Full size washer and dryer located in lower passageway 

Engine Room:

As the photos will show, the engine room space on Sockeye Blue is magnificent, and with 8’ headroom would most likely be found on a 100-foot or larger yacht.

  • Easy primary monitoring and tech access from cockpit through Pacific Custom Marine aluminum door and hatch

  • Forward egress/access hatch

  • Easy access all around engines

  • 110v fluorescent and 24v LED lighting

  • Stainless steel workbench with mounted vice

  • Fuel management system – Nordhavn’ s well-proven gravity feed system consisting of four storage tanks and a supply “day” tank as the lowest pick-up point in the system, all managed through a well organized manifold system. Use of this system contributes to one of the most reliable fuel systems on any yacht.

  • Fuel transfer system uses a continuous duty Oberdorfer gear pump model N992Q-10F18BCT circulating fuel through a Racor 900 filter whenever the system is in use

  • Sight glass on engine room and day tanks

  • There is a water sensor in the lowest point of the fuel system that will sound an alarm in the pilothouse should water begin to accumulate there.

  • Oil change system plumbed to all four engines

  • Fuel gauges are located in engine room and in pilothouse

  • Dual Racor 75/900 duplex filters on fuel supply for each engine

  • Racor 900MA fuel filter is used in line to each of the generators

  • Racor water sensors are installed in each of the fuel filters

  • Two tools boxes

 Engine Room Ventilation

  • Two ea. 20” Multifan engine room intake fans

  • Two ea. 20” Multifan exhaust fans

  • Two ea. Delta-T louvered vents on port and starboard side deck at forward end of engine room

  • Fire/smoke dampers will close on Sea Fire system actuation

 Lazarette:

  • Access hatch from fishing cockpit

  • Watertight door between lazarette and engine room

  • 35 cu. ft. Grunert freezer box equipped with separate Dometic systems Cruisair Freezer packages, Model AC4150Z-ALL. The independent freezer compressor is sea water cooled by a dedicated March mdl. 3-MD-SC circulating pump. System is controlled by Johnson controls A419ABG-3C digital thermostat (new 2016).

  • Easy access to air-conditioning compressors, ASEA electrical converter system, steering gear and other electro-mechanical systems, and main house battery bank

  • Large storage area to starboard

  • Watermaker mounted on lazarette bulkhead

  • Port and starboard ventilation fans

  • Installed Sea Fire system for the compartment

  • Back-up battery charging systems

  • Inverters located in lazarette

  • 100-amp shorepower cord retrieval system

 On Deck: California Deck

  • A beautiful lounge and dining area with a great vantage point

  • Dining table with room for six chairs

  • 2” dia. stainless steel hand rail surrounds the deck

  • Teak planked decking over fiberglass

  • Fiberglass storage module

  • Convenient day head with Tecma toilet (2013) and granite vanity

  • Shelter from the sun or weather by the pilothouse deck above

  • Six rod holder integrated into the handrail

  • Ladder access to the pilothouse deck above

  • All LED lighting (2013)

  • Two LED deck lights integrated into the overhead to illuminate the fishing cockpit (2016)

  • Two boarding access gates and rail lift, one to port one to starboard, each with boarding stair attachment hardware

  • Furuno RD33 (remote display) interfaced with Navnet 3D system

  • Icom remote (RAM) remote mic outlet with mic

  • Bose speakers (zone 3) controlled using Control 4 remote

 The Cockpit – Large and Functional

  • Cockpit is 11’ x 20’

  • Teak planked over fiberglass sole for sure footing

  • Five large hawse pipes with integral cleats, including one on centerline, and two in the aft quarter well positioned for tender towing if desired

  • Stainless steel fighting chair mount plate

  • Port and starboard transom boarding doors for access to swim platform

  • Stainless steel swim ladder mounted on swim platform

  • One large tuna door in transom

  • Two below sole fish boxes with macerator pump system, including one Jabsco 110 AC pump for draining each box

  • Lazarette access hatch

  • Six rod holders mounted in caprails

  • Engine room access door

  • Scandvik hot and cold cockpit shower

  • Six large freeing ports for quick drainage of the cockpit

  • Bull Outdoor Products 25” x 32” mdl. 47628 barbecue mounted in module on starboard side. Two fiberglass propane tanks for barbecue are mounted in the fiberglass barbecue module. The storage compartment is vented as required.

  • Bait well module with stainless steel sink, hot and cold water

  • Bait tank with window on port side. Bait tank can also be used for keeping shellfish – crab, lobster and other species fresh.

  • Tackle storage with four drawers to port

  • Engine room access via water tight Pacific Custom Marine aluminum door

  • Dive tank filling station to port

  • Port and starboard engine control stations

  • Lazarette access hatch with air assist opening and closing struts

  • Glendinning electric water hose reel with 75’ of ¾” water hose. System has two-stage filters inline, three-way valve for filling freshwater tanks from city water source, or can be used for washing down with city water, or can be used for wash down with boat’s water.

  • Salt water deck wash spigot on starboard side cockpit locker. System uses a self-priming Headhunter Sting Ray mdl. XR115, 16gpm @ 20psi pump located in the lazarette. Also feeds an additional hose bib on the Portuguese bridge.

  • Compressed air fittings on starboard side locker

  • Two Maxwell electric warping winches in cockpit – one each port and starboard, rated at 3500 lbs. pull

  • 8 foot passerelle with mounting hardware for aft rail

 Transom Platform

  • With three removable stainless steel staples

  • Steps up to transom port and starboard boarding doors

  • Teak planked

  • Stainless steel swim ladder

  • Shorepower cord access door

  • Two folding cleats

 Flybridge Deck and Seating

  • Wide settee can seat six people comfortably

  • Toy storage locker beneath settee

  • Control station has a full instrument console and is located aft on the flybridge for complete cockpit view

 Control Console Electronics

  • Icom VHF

  • Furuno Navnet 3D MFD 12 radar/plotter

  • Simrad AP-50 autopilot

  • Kobelt rudder follow-up lever

  • Rudder angle indicator

  • Engine controls

  • Engine electronic display module

  • Bow and stern hydraulic control joysticks

  • Horn control

  • Stidd helm chair at control console

  • Hardtop over with clear enclosure forward and sides

  • Bose speakers connected to zone 4

  • 2” diameter handrail around aft deck

  • All LED lighting

  • Three large storage lockers

  • Two teak captain’s chairs with cushions, and table on aft pilothouse deck

  • Two folding chaise lounge chairs with cushions

  • Light duty Olson davit for hauling “toys” up and down from the deck or servicing life rafts

  • Rod storage locker in overhead

  • Stainless steel 60” flagstaff

  • Four rod holders on stainless steel rail

  • LED lighting

  • Bose speakers on zone 3

  • 2” stainless steel handrail around aft deck

 Weather Decks and Portuguese Bridge

  • Port and starboard weather decks with 2” dia. handrails allow easy access from the cockpit all the way forward to the foredeck

  • Six freeing ports – three on each side

  • Deck surface has molded in diamond anti-skid pattern

  • The Portugese bridge provides a buffer to boarding seas and also has storage lockers built into it, and includes a door with stainless steel pantograph hinge

  • Tender 80-gal. gasoline tank with pump and fill nozzle is located the port storage locker

  • Hose bib and compressed air fitting built into locker at Portuguese bridge steps

  • Engine control station in the coaming to starboard, including thruster jog levers, rudder follow-up lever and angle indicator, and windlass control

  • Two Lunasea LED deck flood lights (2016)

  • Port side locker one Glendeining Hose reel with 50’ wash down hose

 Foredeck, Ground Tackle and Deck Hardware

  • Two sets of tender chocks – can accommodate one 14-foot tender, one 18-foot tender and two kayaks

  • Nautical Structures EURO – 2000-3-168 Davit with 2000 lb. capacity and 14-foot reach. Allows launching and retrieval over port to starboard side (full refit in 2016).

  • Ground tackle handling area – traps any debris coming aboard from ground tackle and drains it to the waterline.

  • Dual Maxwell VWC 4500 hydraulic windlasses with 4500 lb. pull

  • Two Airitex stainless steel claw type chain stoppers ahead of the windlasses

  • Two Freeman anchor locker deck hatches for man sized anchor locker access

  • Deck box with 25-foot saltwater wash down hose. Can supplement the hydraulic anchor wash system if needed (new 2016).

  • Deck hatch to storage box

  • One Aritex 300 lb. stainless steel plow anchor

  • One Aritex 300 lb. stainless steel plow anchor (in storage)

  • One Rocna 350 lb. anchor (new 2014)

  • Two x 400’ 5/8” anchor chain

  • Three anchor snubbers – one is yoke type and one is single line type (new 2014)

  • Twin anchor rollers on anchor platform

  • Hydraulic 180gpm anchor chain washdown nozzle fixed below anchor rollers

  • 75’ fire hose with nozzle plumbed into the hydraulic anchor wash pump

  • 25’ saltwater washdown hose for additional anchor/deck wash (new 2016)

  • One Fortress 35 lb. stern anchor with 30’ of 3/8” chain and 300’ of 5/8” double braid polypropylene line stored in aft cockpit deck locker

  • Rupp quadruple spreader outriggers port and starboard fully rigged and ready to fish

  • Folding boarding stairs with handrails and six steps

 Mechanical Systems:

  • Extensive labeling of mechanical components

  • Twin MTU 600hp diesel engines

  • Wet exhaust system

  • 24v-100-amp belt driven alternator on each engine (new 2013)

  • Twin Disc 5114DC 3.43:1 reduction gears (new 2013)

  • Propeller shafts are 4” diameter Aquamet 22 material

  • Shaft cutlass bearings changed (2015)

  • PSS shaft seals added (2015)

  • New Spurs line cutters added to shafts (2015)

  • 42” 5-blade Hungshen counter rotating propellers manufactured to ISO class I

  • Engine controls are DDEC electronic with emergency manual back-up controls in pilothouse (new 2013)

  • Each engine cooling water intake has a duplex KRAISSL strainers in line from each of two 4” intake through-hulls fitted with Groco sea valves

  • Alfa-Laval fuel centrifuge

  • Racor 75-900 duplex filters for each engine include filter selection valve and vacuum gauges

  • Nordhavn gravity feed fuel system consisting of four main fuel tanks totaling 4,380 gals, plus one centerline aluminum supply (day) tank. The main tanks are fiberglass laminated with vinylester resin and conform to ABYC for diesel fuel tanks. The tanks are also coated with fire retardant resin complying with ABYC regulations for fire resistance. The two main storage tanks gravity feed to the supply tank, which is the lowest point in the fuel system, and a concentrated pick-up point. The supply tank is fitted with a drain and water sensor. There are inspection plates in each of the storage tanks providing access to the interior of the tanks by an average size man. The internal baffles of the tanks can be unfastened to create access to the full length of the tanks’ interior.

  • Engine control stations - six ea: two ea. aft in fishing cockpit, one starboard side Portuguese bridge, pilothouse, flybridge and engine room

  • Propeller shafts are Aquamet 22, 4” dia.

  • PSS shaft seals on each shaft

  • Kobelt hydraulic steering system for the two rudders

  • Twin rudders with 3-3/4” Aquamet 22 rudder stocks

  • Lower end of rudders stocks supported by 316 stainless steel shoe fastened to a skeg creating a propeller aperture for maximum protection

  • ABT hydraulic system, including STAR (Stabilization At Rest) fin system plus the following:

  1. Rexroth hydraulic pump mounted on each engine

  2. Stabilizers were serviced (2016) with new actuators and actuator shaft seals

  3. Vickers variable displacement auxiliary hydraulic pmp mounted on the 40kW generator used to run the hydraulics when the main engines are shut down (at anchor)

  4. 38 hp bow and stern thrusters (fully serviced in 2016)

  5. 180 gal/min. anchor wash/fire fighting pump

  6. 180 gal/min. emergency bilge pump system with manifold plumbed to all bilge sumps. Two activation switches – one in engine room and one in pilothouse.

  7. Two ea. Maxwell VWC windlasses with dual station controls. Two Maxwell Auto Anchor AA560 Windlass controller/chain counters.

  • Air compressor and tank located in engine room port side. There are four quick connect air fittings located throughout the boat.

  • The Kahlenberg ship’s horn is also operated with compressed air system

 HVAC system:

Cruisair Tempered Water Air-Conditioning

  • 10-ton capacity 2-stage, 208vac-230vac, 3-phase 60hz

  • Two compressors with VSD for controlled start up

  • Air-handlers serving zones as follows: lower cabins and heads, master stateroom and heads, galley/salon, pilothouse and head, engine room

  • Cruisair multi-unit tempered water logic control system

  • Raw water cooling pump and motor new (2016)

  • Descaling loop connections added (2016)

  • 11 air-handlers serve the following zones: 3 lower cabins and heads, master stateroom and heads, galley/salon, pilothouse and head, engine room, captain’s cabin and day head

  • Eight control pads upgraded in (2014)

  • Dometic 80-amp, two-barrel, two-stage boiler heating system integrates into overall system for cold climate operation. Uses same air-handlers as cooling operation

  • Two exhaust blowers for lazarette cooling

  • Seven exhaust fans – one for each head

 Electronics 

Pilothouse

  • Two Icom 604 VHF radios

  • Icom VHF RAM (remote access mic) mic plug on aft deck with RAM mic

  • Icom 802 (HF) single sideband radio

  • Each radio has its own antenna

  • Globalstar satellite phone with docking station and external antenna

  • Two Furuno Navnet 3D black box radars and plotters (2014)

  • Nobeltec “Trident” running on HP ship’s computer with wireless keyboard and mouse

    • Electronic charts North American, Central America and the Carribean, Europe

    • Paper charts covering northern regions of South America, the Mediterranean, and Cuba

    • Various guides and light lists

    • Various guides for the Mediterranean, North America, Carribean, Central America, and the northern regions of South America

  • Four Furuno MU-17 monitors

  • Two Simrad AP-50 autopilots with A/B switch for selection of heading data from either rate compass or satellite compass

  • Two Simrad RFC 25 rate compasses

  • Two Accusteer autopilot pumps

  • Furuno RD (remote display) display over CA deck

  • MTU electronic control modules port & starboard

  • Aft deck camera over CA deck

  • PepWave Max BRI 3G/4G GSM modem, cellular GSM internet modem with dual SIM cards, connected to high-gain antenna – works with Wave Wi-Fi 5 port marine broadband for internet switching

  • Maretron system installed throughout the boat for remote monitoring and remote messaging and text alerts across all ship’s data. Existing Maretron “backbone” wiring allows addition of other sensing nodes. Current Maretron devices include:

    • WSO100 ultrasonic wind/weather station includes: wind speed, wind direction, air and water temp, barometric pressure

    • DSM150 3.5” high-bright color display

    • House battery bank monitor

    • SMS100 module with SIM card to send text to cell phone

    • IPG – (internet protocol gateway) iPad interface connects Maretron data by Wi-Fi or Bluetooth to Apple Ipad

    • Maretron DSM150 displays wind speed, wind directions and boat speed

    • NMEA2000 – 0183 gateway NGW-1 links 0183 to NMEA2000 and Airmar Depth and sea temp

    • USB100 dc monitor

    • RIM100 run module for pilothouse smoke alarm

    • RIM100 Run module for genset run status

  • Our bilge pump monitors – forward, mid engine room and lazarette bilges

  • FLIR camera with control pad is displayed on the Furuno monitor

  • Furuno FA150 AIS (send/receive)

  • Furuno SC50 satellite compass

  • Furuno radar 1

  • Furuno radar 2

  • Furuno GPS WAAS navigator

  • Furuno depth sounder

  • Carlisle & Finch spotlight for forward illumination

  • Guest spotlight for aft illumination

  • Panasonic phones operate on wireless

  • Water sensor alarm panels for Racor 75/900 duplex main engine filters

  • Water sensor alarm panels for Racor 900 filters on generators

  • Sea-Fire alarm panel for automatic engine room fire suppression system

  • Sea-Fire alarm panel for lazarette fire suppression system

  • Fireboy, fire alarm panel

  • TRAC stabilizer control panel

  • Maxwell windlass control/chain counter panels

  • Ritchie 5” steering compass

  • Kobelt follow-up steering lever

  • Kobelt analog rudder angle indicator

  • Ship’s security alarm – by tripping sensors imbedded in deck at multiple boarding locations, as well as all doors an hatches. Activation is two-stage: first is vibration and low audible, second is loud audible plus masthead strobe light. Can be controlled with hand-held remote.

  • Exalto windshield wipers – parallel sweep with fresh water wash

 Flybridge:

  • Furuno Navnet 3D radar plotter

  • Furuno MFD-12 monitor

  • Simrad AP-50 autopilot

  • Kobelt rudder follow-up lever

  • Icom 604 VHF radio

  • MTU electronic control modules port & starboard

 Entertainment Electronics

  • Wave Wi-Fi Rogue Wave Marina Hotspot (external marina Wi-Fi connection)

  • Wave Wi-Fi 5-port marine broadband router for internet switching

  • PepWave Max BR1 3G/4G cellular GSM modem

  • Cellular GSM internet modem with dual sim cards

  • US/Caribbean/Canada (3G GSM in Europe) with external antenna

  • Ubiquiti access points for guest cabins and master cabin

  • Wireless A (2.4 & 5ghz) access points (aft deck, salon and bridge)

  • Installed Control 4 multimedia automation system (multi-zone control 4)

  • 4 x 4 audio matrix amp (aft deck, bridge, salon, fly bridge)

  • Salon has Sony amplifier (5.1 surround sound w/sub-woofer) that switches inputs for Apple TV, Blu-Ray Control 4 produces on screen menu

  • Samsung 47 smart TV mounted on motorized lift located on the port side of the main salon

  • Apple TV is connect to Control 4 system

  • Blu-Ray disc/CD player

  • Bose speaker system

 Electrical Systems

  • All wiring and electrical service were replaced (2012-2013). All work was inspected and carried out to ABYC standards.

  • The AC electrical system is 3-phase 120/208 volt with 100-amp shore power connection

  • All wire is marine grade, tinned conductor, 600 volt insulated specified to conform to ABYC standards

  • All of the overhead lighting has been upgraded to LED. 50-amp service – with charging system when 100-amp service not available.

  • 100’ 100-amp shorepower cord stored and deployed on a Glendinning shorepower cord retrieval system

  • 100-amp to Euro shore power adapter

  • Various 100-amp and 50-amp shorepower adapters

  • Two 50-amp to 100-amp smart Y cord adapters

  • 35kva ASEA shore power converter (50/60hz) to allow connection to shore power worldwide (2013)

  • Outback VF3524M inverter/charger (2013)

  • Outback remote panel in pilothouse

  • Victron Energy Centaur 3-stage battery charger 12/50

  • Promariner 24-30P three bank battery charger

  • Newmar “Phase Three” PT24-95 battery charger for house bank

  • Onan 40kW primary generator (1957 hrs.)

  • Onan 21kW secondary generator (2198 hrs.)

  • Newmar “Phase Three” PT 24-95 battery charger for house bank (as back up to inverter/charger) (2015)

  • 100-amp to euro power adapter (2015)

  • Outback inverter chargers VFX3524M

  • Remote panel in pilothouse

  • ASEA frequency/voltage converter system with seamless transfer 3-phase

  • Six ea. Sea Vision SV16 24v halogen underwater lights

 Battery Banks

  • House (24-volt)

  • Six 8D, 12-volt Lifeline AGM batteries @ 225 amp each connected in series, for a total battery bank capacity of 765-amp-hrs. House bank is used for emergency control, some ship’s equipment and emergency operation.

  • Main engine starting banks (two banks - port and starboard)

  • Two 4D 12-volt Lifeline AGM connected in series in each bank

  • Parallel switching to house bank provided

  • 21kW and 40kW generator starting bank

  • Two 4D 12-volt Lifeline AGM connected in series in each bank for 24-volts

  • Parallel switching to house bank provided

  • 12-volt power for pilothouse functions supplied by one Lifeline 4D battery

    • 12-volt battery is charged by a 12v/50-amp Victron Energy battery charger

 Plumbing:Fresh Water

  • 600 gallon fresh water fiberglass tank, baffled and internally coated with FDA approved gelcoat, and fitted with imspection plates

  • Mach 5 water system pressure pump with isolation valves

  • 24-volt Shurflo back-up pressure pump

  • Echo Tec 2 Watermaker 1200 pro 60 gal/hr. with three membranes, fresh water flush with carbon filter, and 5 and 20 micron pre-filters

  • Spotless soft water deionizing system for dock water treatment, reduces mineral deposits from washdown water

 Waste Water

  • Gray water tank (240 gals.) – monitored with Tankwatch level gauge system, with electric Headhunter Mach 1 and Edson mdl. 557AL manual pumps

  • Black water tank (240 gals.) – monitored with Tankwatch level gauge system, with Edson Bone Dry diaphragm electric and Edson mdl. 557AL manual pumps

 Bilge Pumps

  • The boat has four bilge compartments: lazarette, engine room, mid-machinery space, and forward machinery space

  • A manifold in the engine room allows the use of either electrical or hydraulic 180 gal/min. Pacer bilge pumps connected to the manifold to be connected to any of the compartments to de-water.

  • Each compartment has an electric bilge with an automatic float switch

  • There is a high capacity Edson manual back-up pump in the engine room. The Edson pump is also capable of passing debris and remaining functional.

  • Pump float switches are connected to alarms in the pilothouse

  • Each electric pump is also connected to a cycle counter with displays the number of times a pump has run between resets

  • All bilge pump pick-ups are fitted with strainers and the electric bilge pumps also fitted with in-line strainers

 Safety

  • Two 6-person Switlik canister packed rafts with hydrostatic releases in cradles mounted port and starboard on pilothouse deck. Both have had annual inspections (2015 and 2016).

  • Manual remotes for Seafire system: one in cockpit day head and one in cockpit under sink

  • Seafire monitor system in pilothouse: alarm is two-stage – first alarm is audible and continues, after three minutes second stage with high decibel fire bell is activated

  • Fireboy smoke alarm sensors are mounted in all cabins, passageways, lazarette, engine room, salon and pilothouse

  • Battery operated smoke/carbon monoxide detectors mounted in all staterooms

  • Edson manual bilge pump below salon dinette settee

  • Emergency steering tiller

  • Seafire automatic fire suppression in engine room and lazarette

  • 180 gal/min. hydraulic fire fighting pump as part of ABT hydraulic system

  • Portable fire extinguishers installed in labeled compartments (serviced 2016)

  • All US Coast Guard required safety equipment

  • Throwable life rings port and starboard

  • Ship’s systems documents

    • Owner’s operations manual, has been kept current

    • Ship’s component documentation

    • Original paperwork, including invoices for equipment

    • All updated electrical drawings

    • System schematics

    • Ship’s construction drawings

    • Detailed maintenance records done over the past three years

    • Window coverings

  • Numerous spares too numerous to list here

  • Spare fluids – engine oil, hydraulic fluid, gear oil and coolant

  • Maintenance records

  • Folding dock cart with bike attachment

  • Sea Vision 24-volt halogen underwater lights (2014)

  • Eight teak folding deck chairs

  • Two teak folding captain’s chairs

  • Two teak folding chaise lounge chairs

  • Two teak folding deck tables

 Exclusions:

  • Tools

  • Artwork

  • Personal effects

  • Some galley pots and pans

  • Nespresso machine

  • Portable Sat phones

  • EPIRB - Canadian


Asking:  SOLD
Location:  Jupiter FL


Disclaimer: The Company offers the detail for 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.


 



 

 

 


 

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