This level consists of five watertight bulkhead compartments. The stern features a generous lazarette with steering system, two large stainless steel tanks for fresh water, and four chest freezers. Forward of the lazarette is the spacious engine room with full standup headroom. Next forward is the Owner’s tool and workroom. All the way forward is a large pump room and storage area. The final forward bulkhead of this pump room separates the crash bulkhead and the chain lockers of the anchors. There is no living quarters below the water line, which eliminates sump pumps for showers and the numerous hatches and access panels that are common on most yachts.
From the 5′ swim platform, which contains two 100-gallon gas tanks for the tender and toys, dual stairs lead up to the There is a spacious settee for 6 under the overhang and a gas barbecue grill. There are two stern capstans located port and starboard.
Moving forward one enters the which features great windows, large sectional sofa, two stuffed chairs, dining room table, full service bar, and entertainment center. Forward is the fully equipped with modern appliances, huge storage, including a 36 cubic foot side-by-side refrigerator. Opposite the galley is a breakfast settee for 6 and a laundry room with full size washer, dryer, laundry tub, wet storage locker, and folding area. A watertight door adjacent to the galley goes down to the machinery room.
Forward of the main deck are with port and starboard double bunk berthed cabins in the forward bow including crew’s head with shower on centerline. Next is the crews’ lounge with complete dinette and galley including 4 burner stove, side by side refrigerator and additional equipment From a passageway aft is access to the . The starboard stateroom features a queen size bed and the port stateroom a double bed and settee, each with ensuite baths.
Upper deck and wheelhouse:
The wheelhouse compares to one’s cruise ship in size, equipment, and comfort with 3 pilot seats and a raised settee for 8, with a remarkable 270-degree view. Behind the wheelhouse is the Owner’s den, with king size bed, dressing room and doors opening to an incredible private deck.
Just aft of the wheelhouse to port, an internal stairway leads to the , which features a hard top, 3 pilot seats, steering and engine controls. There are also steering and engine controls located port and starboard on the side decks and on the aft deck. Aft is the sundeck with a 2-ton dinghy davit, 18’6″ Novuraina, 2 jet skis and a kayak. There are also storage lockers.
Stereo system with Bose speakers distributed throughout the vessel. (4) TV receivers with 3 VCR and DVD, gyro stabilized Direct TV satellite receiving antenna and PBX telephone system with Mitsubishi satellite and cellular systems.
- Glass topped electric main stove, 4 burner plus oven
- Microwave ovens
- Trash compactor
- (2) anchors – 420 lbs Danforth style
- (2) 600′ 5/8 inch chain
Dock/mooring lines: ample nylon of varying sizes and lengths
- (2) Anchor windlasses: (2) x4000 lbs Lewmar electric forward – (2) x3000 lbs Lewmar electric aft
18′ Noruvania 530 tender with 115 hp Yamaha
- (2) Honda 80 cc motorcycles Street Bikes
- Kahlenberg Q3A horn
- 4,000 lb dinghy davit on flybridge
- (1) hunting kayak
- (2) ocean kayaks
- Garmin fish finder
- Dual down riggers
- (2) Sea Doo personal watercraft
Engine room & Mechanical Equipment
- Naiad hydraulic stabilizers
- Propellers: 5 blade 40″ with spares
- Twin disk 3:1 reduction gear transmissions
- (2) HRO systems watermakers with combined capacity of 1,600 gpd
- Hydraulic pumps on both engines
- Dry stack exhaust system overhead
- Marine Air central chiller 3-stage air conditioning
- Fresh water cooling system Keel coolers
- Lube oil: 250 gal
- Waste oil: 500 gal
- (12) Fire extinguishers type BC-II and larger dry chemical
- Halon 1301 auto system
- Anschuetze gyro compass with repeaters
- 8″ binnacle magnetic compass
- (2) Furuno 92 mile radars
- (2) Northstar GPS navigational receivers
- Handheld Garmin GPS navigational receiver linked to laptop computer with navigational software
- (2) VHF-FM radios with independent battery systems
- (3) Handheld VHF-FM radios
- ICOM M-700 HF-SSB radio with antenna tuner and weather fax through laptop computer
- Nautex weather fax receiver
- Furuno depthsounder with speedometer/log
- B&G depthsounders with repeater and alar
- B&G windpoint and anemometer
- Quartz clock and barometer
- Twin Caterpillar 3304 diesel generators 69 kW each with approximately 6000 hour as of 11/03
- Battery system: 24 V; 10 group 4D with disconnect/parallel switches
- Navigation lights to USCG rules
- Shore power: 230 VAC form port and starboard shore cords
- (2) battery chargers 40 amp 24 V Professional mariner automatic