This Vessel has gone through a series of refits that has brought her up to new yacht standards. This included the installation in 2010 of brand new Caterpillar C-32 ACERT Diesels with extended warranty through 2017, which may be extended through July 1, 2020; all new hoses, and reconfiguring her hydraulic systems so that her windlass, aft windlass, boat crane, and stabilizers all work together, but can be isolated if need be. Generators were replaced in 2007. ASEA Electrical System installed. Complete restoration of air conditioning ducting and chiller lines including adding 3 UV Air Sterilizing Systems (2013). The entire boat above the waterline was repainted in 2015, and the décor and all fabrics were replaced in 2007-2010. These are the major items, but literally hundreds of other items were replaced or upgraded including new teak decking, new dinghy, new sewer treatment system, etc. etc.
The main entry is via the foyer is on the starboard side amidships decorated with marble and onyx inlay and a circular domed overhead finished in gold leaf. You can see the entire length of the main deck along this companionway from the forward end of the galley area through the glass aft bulkhead of the main salon. A powder room is located off this foyer. On the port side is another entrance that allows for direct access to staircase leading to the lower foyer.
Going Aft From Foyer:
Going aft from the foyer is the formal dining area featuring a custom table that seats eight comfortably but can squeeze in ten. A built-in sideboard at the forward bulkhead provides additional storage. The recessed lighting fixture overhead, finished in gold leaf, delineates this area from the main salon further aft. A stairway located in the companionway at the forward port corner of the dining area leads to the lower foyer.
Beyond the dining area is the main salon. Large windows provide excellent visibility even when seated with great natural light, and storage is built-in below each window. There is a full service bar with bar stools. A card table to port accommodates four for drinks, cards, games, etc. The main seating area has a full-sized sofa, a love seat, and two club chairs around an upholstered coffee table/ottoman.
The covered aft teak deck has tables with seating for eight with a cushioned bench and 4 arm chairs that is perfect for alfresco dining, for family style informal meals or game time we have seated up to 10 people. There are sun screens along the aft section that serve the dual purpose of reducing the amount of light on bright days and allow for more privacy, but are easy to roll up to allow for watching those amazing sunsets. Plus there are side curtains and 2 clear doors leading to the side decks that can be closed allowing for the space be air conditioned or heated utilizing a Portable AC Unit. There is a staircase forward on the starboard side allowing access to the flying bridge area, and two curving staircases aft that lead to the large teak deck swim platform below where the entrance to the crew quarters / engine room is located.
Going Forward From Foyer:
Located at the forward end of the main deck, the country kitchen galley has a complete assortment of appliances plus a walk-in storage area located under the pilothouse. An extra wide center counter separates a U-shaped dinette from the work area of the galley and provides a casual spot for guest dining. Under the dinette seating is a very large storage area. At the forward starboard corner of the galley is a stairway leading below to the forward hallway with laundry and 2 guest cabins. Galley equipment includes:
Under the stairs is a storage area, on the starboard side is a Miele clothes washer and dryer.
To port is a stateroom with a full-size bed, security monitor, navigation screen, TV, DVD, CD, AM/FM radio and en suite bath (can be used as a Captains Quarters).
All the way forward is the VIP stateroom with a walk-around king bed, TV, DVD, AM/FM radio, and an en suite bath. Under the bed is storage space and under the floor is a large storage area.
Port Side Entrance:
Port Stairs Leading down to Lower Foyer
Lower Foyer has Marble Inlay Flooring, Artwork Alcove and 3 doors leading to the Master and 2 Guest Staterooms.
Below decks and forward of the guest foyer, the full-width master stateroom has a centerline King-sized bed and entertainment system with 32” flat screen television, surround sound, DVD, and satellite receiver. Storage is ample in the drawers and cedar-lined closets. His and hers master baths feature a Jacuzzi, walkthrough shower and etched glass pedestal sinks.
Guest Stateroom Starboard
Starboard guest has a walk-around queen sized bed, closet, en suite bath, TV, DVD, CD and AM/FM radio.
Guest Stateroom Port
Port stateroom has two twin beds plus a Pullman berth, closet, en suite bath, TV, DVD, CD, and AM/FM radio.
From either the starboard or port entry you can access the Bridge and from there the Flybridge:
Forward of the salon are 2 sets of stairs, one to port and one to starboard, that leads to the bridge. The helm has an elevated captain’s chair overlooking all of the flat screens, controls and systems. In the rear is a large elevated table and curved settee, this big and bright area allows guests an excellent view without hindering the captain and crew driving the boat. Aft is a set of stairs to the flybridge. Below is a list of electronics and systems:
Access to the flybridge is gained from the pilothouse or from the staircase leading from the aft deck area and has a large hard top with Eisenglass which has the upper helm and table seating for 8-10 guests, a popular area for entertaining . Moving aft, stairs lead down through the arch to the Jacuzzi, located to port, and the full-service bar located to starboard. The bar also contains a large stainless steel gas grill. A large, extendable dining table is located just aft of the bar/grill, equipped with bench-style seating and teak chairs for 10 dinner guests. A spacious sun pad is located to starboard of the dining table. The jetski and tender are located out of the way, aft of the dining area. Flybridge equipment includes:
Moving Forward From the Swim Platform
A door in the transom leads to a companionway (with storage underneath) going forward, under the stairs is the entrance to the Lazarette. The two separate crew cabins are port and starboard. In the companionway is a full size freezer, washer/dryer, and ice maker. At the forward end on the port side is the crew head and on the starboard side is the Control Room with the hatch leading to the engine room forward.
The AC Distribution Panel contains the main breakers for all AC sources as well as the main loads. It is designed as a balanced split bus system allowing the use of any two sources simultaneously. As such the panel is fully interlocked to prevent any possible concurrent supply to the same bus. The main source protective breakers are a combination of instantaneous as well as inverse time trip breakers. All meters are digital to indicate the voltage and current within each leg and frequency of each bus. In addition, there are kilowatt load meters.
The main DC panel is located in the vessels electrical room. Within the panels are the DC main switches, fuses and digital metering. Battery charging is through (2) Trace model 4042 inverters/chargers, each capable of 120 amps at 24 volts in their charging mode.
Inverting DC to AC with the Inverters (for silent AC operation) will provide 4000 watts each to handle the essential AC loads (refrigeration) as well as the convenient loads, microwave, stereo, etc.
Located through the boat are sub-distribution panels for both the AC and DC. The panels are of industrial design, and the electrical contents are fully breaker protected.
Engine Room, Equipment and Systems:
Air conditioning: The chilled water system is manufactured by Marine Air has a capacity of 12 tons. Each zone has its own air handler with 3 having UV Air Sterilizing Systems. The 2 compressors, located in the engine room, operate in succession, coming on line only as needed. For drainage of the units, schedule 40 PVC piping hose bibs are located in the engine room and forward bilge.
Bow thruster: American Bow Thruster 55 hp hydraulic unit, mounted within a 16" bow thrusters tube
Stabilizers: Naiad Model #404 with 16 square foot fin area
Steering: Hydraulic dual cylinder system with 2 stations and also has a portable steering control pod with 2 plug in stations, one on the flybridge and one aft to use at the swim platform. There is an emergency steering control located on the Bridge
Soundproof and Vibration Reduction: The engine room is isolated from the remainder of the vessel by four inches of soundproofing material manufactured by Peace and Quiet insulation; as well as a layer of lead sheeting. The generators are mounted on hydro-elastic mounts to reduce vibration while in operation. Generators are also equipped manufactured supplied sound shields. All pumps have isolation mounts for quiet operation. Each underwater exhaust is directed through a 16" diameter Hetron fiberglass pipe equipped with a 10" diameter by-pass.The exhaust bypass is routed through a silencer prior to exhausting out the transom while at idle speed. Metal piping that exits the engine room into the vessels accommodation areas have vibration breaks to prohibit sound from being telegraphed through the pipes.
Water makers: (2) Water Makers 1500 GPD water makers
Alfa Laval fuel scrubbing system
(2) work benches with vise
Sea Chests: (2) Sea chests are located in the engine room. Each chest is engineered to have five times the necessary capacity to operate all of the cooling functions associated with the system. The top of the sea chests are Lexan Polycarbonate which are removable to access the non-corrosive low maintenance polymer screens. These screens may be serviced while the yacht is underway
Struts: Constructed of cast bronze alloy and designed to allow of the least amount of drag
Rudder stock: Aquamet 2.2 high strength steel with a 5" diameter
Shafts: Aquamet 22 high strength steel with 4.50" diameter
Rudder: Each rudder has an area of approximately 9.3 square feet. They were designed and constructed of stainless steel for maximum reduction of drag and resistance
Shaft logs & Packing glands: The shaft logs are one piece fiberglass equipped with a dripless seal inboard and cutlass bearing outboard with cooling water pick up. The shaft glands are fiber-glassed directly into the hull structure and bonded to the ships bonding system
Engine Mounts: Caterpillar vibration mounts on main engine
Generator Mounts: Hydroelastic mounts
Fresh water system: Hot water is heated by (3) 40 gallon 220V water heaters. The system is equipped with an 110V DC boiler circulation pump providing continuous hot water at each hot water outlet. The cold system is by twin electric jet pumps, one for backup.
Fuel: Aluminum piping with vibration breaks; fuel filling is on both the port and starboard side.
The tanks are filled and vented through 2" diameter piping with overflows into splash boxes with fill alarms
Oil Reserve tank: 150 U.S. Gallons
Hydraulics: Parker approved flexible piping rated at 3 times operating pressure
Thru hulls: Flanged fiberglass standpipes with PVC ball valves rated at 150 lbs. psi
Bilge Pumping: (6) Rule 3500m 24V bilge pumps on auto float switches, each with manual override. Bilge suction: Schedule 40 stainless steel
Sump System: All sinks and showers (with the exception of the galley and bar) drain into three separate gray water sumps. The galley and bar drain overboard
Compressor: 150 Lb. Psi air compressor
Engine Room Ventilation: Air provided for the engine room through two 7,500 CFM tube axial fans located at the aft most corners of the engine room. Air is brought into the engine room from the vessels boat deck through heavily insulated columns housing the fans.
Safety & Fire Protection
The vessel has two separate fire-fighting systems. The primary system consists of 2 pumps. Either pump can operate independently as a bilge pump or as a fire fighting system through (4) three way PVC ball valves. There are six bilge pump units located throughout the vessel as well as three fire-fighting stations. The second system is the Halon emergency fire suppression bottle located in the engine room. The fire-fighting pipes are schedule 40 stainless steel.
2010 - 2012 Upgrades & Extras
All AC and DC wiring is ABYC approved cable. All wire ways are fully supported and neatly arranged to the highest yacht standards. Wiring & piping pass through fire and water-proof glands located within the vessels water tight bulkheads. Two ASEA Shore power converters that are used to convert power from 120V to 460V single and three phase connections allowing greater flexibility throughout Europe and the Caribbean when connecting to shore power.
(2) Sea chests are located in the engine room. Each chest is engineered to have five times the necessary capacity to operate all of the cooling functions associated with the system. The top of the sea chests are Lexan Polycarbonate which are removable to access the non-corrosive low maintenance polymer screens. These screens may be serviced while the yacht is underway
Navigation lights: All of the running lights meet international standards and international collision regulations.
Interior Lighting: Halogen quartz low voltage lighting.
Emergency Lighting: Automatic DC lighting throughout the vessel is activated by loss of AC power.
Indirect lighting: Valance 110 volt AC lighting is located within the vaulted ceiling and around the perimeter of the beds.
Deck lighting: Perimeter lighting is recessed into the sides of the house. The lighting for the aft stairs to the dock is recessed in the vessels coaming. Illumination of the boat deck is by twin quartz floodlights and the aft deck by three recessed overhead lights and twin quartz floodlights.
Deck and Hull
The fiberglass hull is cored using AIREX foam core. The hull’s construction includes two layers of resin impregnated, closed cell ¾” AIREX on the bottom, each layer being separated by solid fiberglass. The hull sides, deck and superstructure are constructed using 1” of resin impregnated closed cell coring. The hull’s fiberglass coring also offers sound absorption qualities. Interior decking is cored, also offering sound absorption qualities and the carpet padding is a sound deadening pad.
Additional upgrades include:
Even more upgrades include:
(6) Multi-function flat view screens in wheelhouse, new anchor chain, galley appliances and many, many more. The list of upgrades is simply too long to list. This vessel really must be seen to appreciate her pristine condition. She boasts a 25' beam which gives the interior space of a wide body but still has full walk around decks, which makes her unique in the 115' yacht category.
Rarely does a yacht that has had this level of updating become available for sale. This vessel was originally constructed at Westport Shipyard, the hull was then transferred over to Crescent Yachts for completion as “Crescent Lady”. In recent years the yacht has undergone a complete repower with C-32 Cats, hull paint, interior, etc., basically she has been rebuilt from the ground up. The hull is a wide 25’ beam with walk-around decks which gives the interior space of a wide body but has full walk around decks. Her current owner has recently gone through every system to ensure the yacht is operating in top mechanical condition. The entire exterior superstructure above the waterline was painted with Awlgrip in Sept. 2014. During the last haul-out in September 2015, the bottom was sanded and painted and both propellers were trued and dynamically balanced. The two, 50kW Northern Lights generators are equipped with John Deere blocks. Both generators were overhauled in 2015, which included the installation of new head gaskets, injectors and pressure testing of heat exchangers.
Owner’s and crew personal effects; a detailed list of exclusions will be provided at the time of sale, upon request.
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