From aft, a distinctive horseshoe seating arrangement adorns the transom. A Further exterior lounge area is connected to the Main Saloon where an enclosed living garden separates you from the back lit bar. The spacious saloon with its feature back lit onyx fireplace and multiple lounge areas lead you on to the entrance lobby where you are greeted with an impressive dual aspect double height space linking the main deck to the owner’s deck above. Enhanced by a glass bridge and seamless oval balustrade, this multifunctional space which converts to a formal dining area, is flanked by further exterior lounge areas and balconies. Further forward, a luxurious VIP Cabin, children’s quarters and guest cabins, which convert to generous suites by the use of a simple sliding partition hidden in a central media unit.
The Owner’s Deck is, as expected, fully dedicated to the Owner’s personal requirements. From aft, a private lounge bar and al fresco dining area are present on the aft deck. Forward, a contemporary yet homely lounge area with large fireplace makes for an inviting environment to relax with the family. A glass coffee table provides a view through the deck to the main guest saloon below. Through the open lobby and across the glass bridge is the owner’s cabin entrance. Another small lobby leads you through the open dressing area and onto an imaginative bathroom layout, where a fully glazed bath cubicle and adjustable mirrored panel separate the twin wash basins from the bed head. A large oval skylight located directly above the master bed, panoramic views and direct access to the foredeck sun beds and pool make this the ultimate Owner’s cabin.
Bridge & Sky Deck
A large office space with spectacular views occupies the aft interior of the Bridge Deck, offering quick access to the helideck on the aft deck. On the deck above, a central pool surrounded by dining areas and sunbeds is the perfect hang out for the sun worshipper.
A starboard side Beach Club, with direct access to the sea via a swim platform, includes a large gym, Jacuzzi and lounge area, all of which offer impressive sea views. Forward, is the sauna and steam room are separated by a cylindrical shower.
The yacht is designed for unrestricted navigation.
The construction will be of steel for hull and Aluminum alloy for superstructure.
The yacht will have full displacement hull with round bilge, twin screw, bulbous bow and transom stern.
Propulsion plant shall consist of tow diesel engines, each coupled to a controllable pitch propeller through a reduction gear.
The yacht shall be equipped with two balanced spade rudder, two bow thrusters, one stern thruster, bilge keels and one set of retractable fins designed to provide active roll reduction both in underway and ‘at anchor’ condition.
The electric power required for ship service shall be generated by four diesel generators. There shall be also an emergency generator.
The yacht hull surface above water line superstructure will be white.
The yacht will have 6 decks, in accordance with the General Arrangement Plan basically arranged as in the following list:
External sunbathing, Jacuzzi
Owner’s Office, Lobby and Main Stair, Captain cabin & office, Wheelhouse, Crew stair and Pantry, Helicopter pad
Owner’s Lounge, Lobby and main stair, Her office, Owner’s Suite, Crew stair and Pantry, Forward pool, Rescue boat garage, forward mooring area.
Main deck lounge, Main entrance lobby/Dining/Conference room with main stair, Playroom, Children’s cabin, VIP and Guest cabins, staff cabin, Crew stair and Pantries, Emergency generating set room.
Tender garage, ECR, Workshop, Guest lobby, Beach Club, Gym, Sauna & Steam room, Galley, Crew/Officer mess, Crew/ Officers cabins, Pilot Cabin.
Engine room, Cold rooms, Trash/Garbage treatment store room, Crew relax area, Laundry, Stores, Technical rooms, Bow Thruster room.
Beam max (excluding terraces)
Beam max (including terraces)
Half Load Draught
Full Load Draught
About 2900 (GRT)
Number of Decks
Accommodation for Owner, VIP & Guest
Accommodation for Captain, Crew and Staff
Suites for Guests & Owners
Luxury Interiors Area (A Area)
Crew Area (B Area)
about 500 m2
Catering Area (C Area)
about 200 m2
Technical Area (D Area)
about 370 m2
Luxury Exterior Area (E Area)
about 1300 m2
2 X MTU 16V4000M71
Main Engines Max Power
2 X 2465 (kW)
2 X CPP
Max Speed (at Half load Draught &
100% max rated power)
about 18 kn
Nautical Range (at economic speed of 14kn)
About 6,000 nm
1 X CATC18
Generators Max Power
4 X 464 kWe
Bow /Stern thrusters
1 X 170kW – 2 X 170 kW
1 Pair retractable, ‘Zero-speed’
2 balanced spade rudders
CLASSIFICATION AND REGULATIONS:
The vessel shall be built in accordance with the rules and regulations of Lloyd Register of Shipping.
The vessel shall be delivered with the following class notation:
100 A1, SSC, Yacht (P), Mono G6, LMC, CCS, UMS, EP (A,B,G,N,R+S), DP(CM), LA and SCM
The Yacht shall additionally comply with MCA “large Commercial Yacht Code 2”.
DESCRIPTION OF MAIN FEATURES PROPOSAL:
Panoramic external sunbathing area with bar
Owner’s private office
External lounge and dining area.
In & Out Owner’s lounge.
Owner’s apartment with panoramic suite, bathroom and wardrobe and child/guest cabin.
Forward external area including swimming pool and large sun beds.
External lounge and bar area.
In & out Main Lounge. Double-height entrance lobby/Dining/Conference room.
Side (starboard) beach platform, Beach club, Wellness area including Sauna, Gym, Jacuzzi and Steam room.
Furniture, fittings and layout will be according to the General Arrangement drawing.
All installed material and all carried out work will be of high quality and standard suitable for a yacht.
The Interior Designer will select all décor’s materials, loose furniture, fittings, accessories and hardware.
The description of materials given in this section is in accordance with the Interior Designer selection.
Wood parquet/Marble/carpet in guest areas;
Teak/Marble in all guest bathrooms and day heads;
Teak/Marble/mosaic in SPA areas;
Resin/Vinyl in pantries;
Vinyl in crew areas;
Resin/Vinyl in galley, laundry.
Walls & Ceilings finish
Lacquered, laminated, veneered or fabric/leather upholstered panels in guest areas;
Lacquered, veneered, metal/laminate panels with paint or PVC finish in other spaces.
External Dining area, service pantry
External Bar, Internal Bar, Dining area and double service pantry
Main Galley, Crew and Officers lounge
Refrigerated and dry provision rooms, Laundry area
ENGINE ROOM VENTILATION:
The engine room ventilation will be according to the propulsion engines and diesel generators manufacturer’s combustion air and cooling air requirements and heat dissipation calculation.
PROPULSION AND ELECTRIC GENERATION PLANT:
The propelling machinery to consist of two diesel engines.
Main Engine Characteristics:
Max. rating power
2 X 2465 kW
Fresh water/sea water
Two reduction gearboxes shall be installed. The gearboxes shall be single input, single output configuration.
Main Diesel Engines and gear boxes shall be each common frame double resiliently mounted in way to pursue optimum noise reduction.
Exhaust gas from main Diesel Engines shall be led trough dry silencers and shall discharge under water, with by-pass above water line for starting and low-power operation.
Two controllable pitch propellers (CPP) will be provided.
ELECTRIC FENERATING PLANT:
The following diesel generating sets to be installed
Max. rating Power
4 X 464 kW
fresh water/sea water
Each diesel generator is to be provided with sound enclosures
CONTROL AND MONITORING SYSTEM:
The main activities performed by the AMCS are:
A helicopter PAD will be arranged on the aft end of deck 5 (Owner’s deck), designed and built in compliance with the LY2 code, for aft-fore landing only. Any operational limitations resulting from the designer configuration will be written into the LY2 approved operating procedures fo the helicopter pad.
Dimensions of the heli-deck will be sufficient to satisfy the LY2 (annex 6) code for EUROCOPTER 135 operations, aircraft size is about 10.5 (width) X 12.5 (length)m, maximum landing weight 2.900 kg.
The perimeter, aiming circle and “H” lettering will be per the LY2 code for day and night landing.
The bridge will be capable of the following aviation functions:
Foam monitors in number and size as per LY2, connected to the vessels sea water fire system, and remotely operated will be fitted tot the helicopter pad.
No refueling equipment will be provided. No starting equipment will be provided.
PC SUMS & OWNER’S SUPPLIES:
PC Sums will be considered for headings as follows:
· Interior and Exterior Luxury outfit for Owner and Guest Areas, Crew Catering
and Technical Areas (as per Demarcation Plan) an average cost per square
· Electronics (Security System, Navigation, Communication & Radio equipment,
Information system, Integrated bridge system)
· Entertainment (Audio Video, Domotic System, Exterior lighting)
The following items shall be supplied to the yacht by the Owner:
· Interior and Exterior Design
· Tenders, Rescue and Service boats,
· Water toys
· Diving equipment and dive compressor
· Underwater scooters with charging station
· Protective covers (excluding fixings)
· Sun awnings
· Helicopter and tools and spares
· Internal and external loose furniture 9as per Demarcation Plan)
· Loose inventory, spares and tools, (other than those required by class and all
special tools supplied as standard with engines and other equipment)
· Medical kits and surgical equipment
· Musical instruments
· Office equipment (computers, printers, etc)
· SPA and Gym equipments
· Interior and Deck Cleaning equipment
· Pots, pan and cooking utensils (guest/owners/crew)
· Bone china crockery, cutlery, silverware and serving pieces (guest/owners/crew)
· Crystal glassware, table accessories (guest/owners/crew)
· Sundries (ashtrays, vases, lamps etc.)
· Table linens, bed linen, blankets, and pillows (guest/owners/crew)
· Bathroom and day head towels, beach towels and robes (guests/owners/crew)
· Loose rugs
· Navigational Charts and books (excluding regulatory volumes to be supplied by
· Binoculars and portable radio equipment
· Guests/Owners/Crew stationary and guest booklets
· Guest library books, CD’s and DVD’s
· Artwork and decorative items
· Decorative cushions on the beds and sofas, throws and cashmere blankets
· Crew uniforms
· Owner’s crest