VAN TRIUMPH is permanentli bethed in Hong Kong.
Viewings can be organised on short notice.
Sea Trials can be organised if relevant.
Docking of the vessel is doone in HKG per Lloyds recommendations.
This yacht has been built and kept by her first owner since built in 1983. The very knowledgeable owner conceptualised her as a vessel to escape, survive and be self contained for ultra long distance in ultimate safety. Her specification exceeds Lloyds requirements by more then 25% in most areas of construction. She has been kept in Lloyds A1 class to date and is ready to go anywhere on the globe. Built to last in R41 steel corrosion resistant steel. A unique megayacht looking for a new owner keen to explore the remote areas on the globe. In need of an interior make-over VAN TRIUMPH is offered at a fraction of replacement cost, estimated to be approx USD 75 million. Viewing recommended.
We have asked David Bentley and Michael Sadubin of David Bentley Yacht Design to propose renderings for an interior made over of the salon/dining area to suggest a different and new look and to show what could be done to upgrade the interior.
David Bentley would be happy to discuss a complete interior/exterior upgrade with a new owner.
The Accomodation is laid out over 4 decks.
On the Bridge Deck you will find the Wheel House, the Radio Office, the Captain's Suite, First Officer's Office, other Crew Accomodations and Toilet Facilities.
The large aft tender deck (approx. 160 sqM) is suitable for tenderstorage with a centrally positioned 5 ton crane (or could be converted to a helideck).
On the Main Deck there is the owners suite forward, including 2x twin bedrooms, a master bedroom and owners lounge. Aft is the saloon which has a samall cinema amidships and is divided in large dining, bar and lounge areas.
On the Tween Deck there is crew accomodation forward (6 cabins with ensuite heads) a crew mess room,the accomodation for the Chief Engineer,and the galley.
Amidships is the Engine Control Room.
The Guest Accomodations in 8 Cabins with Ensuite facilities are located on the aft lower deck .
On the forward lower deck is a laundry room, cold and other storage.
Aft is the engine room, a workshop and the steering compartment.
All tankage is situated below the lower deck and the hull.
The very large salon is situated on the main deck. The lounge area is aft and opens to the aft deck. There is a large dining area forward which will seat 36 guests easily at two round and one rectangular tables. A large bar separates the areas and will easily seat 12 guests. In addition there is a cinema forward.
Please note the renderings provided by Interior Architect David Bentley to show a different styling from the current set up.
The Master Suite is located on the Main Deck and is currently laid out with an Owner Bedroom,, an Owner Day Room, two Child Cabins, three ensuite bathrooms and a dedicated pantry.
There are 8 guest cabins at the lower deck.
All with ensuite bathrooms.
The wheelhouse is very spacious with the control console taking the full beam of the house. There is a large navigation area with chart storage, chart table and locker space. To sb is a large seating area for passengers wishing to be part of the on board navigating under way. A separate radio office and cabin for the radio officer are located directly behind the wheel house. Although the communication systems have been upgraded over time, a morse coder is still fitted!
The anchor windlass , anchors and anchor chain are designed to be twice the Lloyds A1 specification for additional safety at anchor in extreme bad weather.
The aft deck has two hydraulic capstans for berthing.
The tender deck has a 2.5ton crane centrally located.
Portugese Bridge with Searchlights on both sides.
Ship's gangway with hoisting arrangement both sides.
The large aft deck on the Bridge Deck measures approx 16M x 10M and has adequate space for 4 tenders of different size up to 30 ft. A Central Hydraulic Crane with a capacity of 5 ton can lift the toys overboard.
This deck could easily be converted to carry a helicopter or seaplane.
There is ample space to carry watersports toys as per an owner's preference including ski boats, speedboats, sailing boats, canoes etc.
The hull was built of R 41 corrosion-resistant steel above the waterline. This has resulted in virtually no rust anywhere on the vessel. The hull was substantially overbuilt (approx. 25% in excess of Lloyds requirements) to meet the owners strict guidleines to survive anywhere under any conditions. Even with three compartments filled with water the vessel is designed to maintain full longitudal integrity. The key operational areas of the machinery and controls have a double skin hull as to be able to withstand an armed attack. All areas of the vessel have been continuously maintaned to Lloyds class requirements by mostly the same crew who built the vessel in 1983.
The latest Certificate of Class - Lloyds 100A1 YACHT and LMC have been signed off on 29th May 2012 and is valid till 30th January 2017.
The large engine room is set up for allowing ongoing easy maintenace.
The engine room divides in a forward area for the three identical Yanmar Gensets. The middle are is occupied by the twin Yanmar T 260 ST main engines each rated @ 1,400 HP at 700 RPM. Aft of the engine room is a large workshop. At the same deck level there are separate rooms for the twin AC plants, the rudder equipment and separate fire pump engine, the batteries, the CO2 Firefighting equipment and the sewage treatment.
The separate control room for the engineers provides ample space for all monitoring all ship's systems.
Main Engine Hours per August 2012:
No.1 Engine 10540.50
No.2 Engine 10540.50
Generator Engine Hours:
No.1 Generator Engine Hours:10710.30
No.2 Generator Engine Hours:9628.30
No.3 Generator Engine Hours:10282
All tank tops are accesible and all tanks are subject to regular inspections as recommended by LLoyds.
All safety and fire prevention equipment complies with Lloyds A1 regulations.