The yacht is designed for unrestricted navigation.
The hull construction will be of steel, light alloy will be used for part of the superstructure.
The yacht will have a round bilge displacement hull with twin screws, bulbous bow and transom stern.
Propulsion system shall consist of two diesel engines, each coupled to a controllable pitch propeller through a reduction gear.
The yacht shall be equipped with a twin high-lift rudder system, one bow thruster and two pairs of fin stabilizers designed to provide active roll reduction both in underway and ‘at anchor’ conditions.
The electricity to power the ship shall be generated by three diesel generators.
There shall also be an emergency generator.
The yacht's hull surface above the water line and the superstructure shall be white.
The Yacht will have 5 decks, in accordance with the General Arrangement Plan
(GAP), basically arranged as in the following list:
External sunbathing area with bar, staircase lobby, Captain’s
Quarters, wheelhouse and ship's office/radio room
Owner’s Suite with two double Guest Cabins, staircase lobby,
Sky Lounge and external dining area, forward external
Jacuzzi/pool with sunbathing area
Main Saloon with dining area, Meeting Room, Main Lobby, two
VIP Cabins, two double and two twin Guest Cabins, technical
Beach Club, Spa and Wellness Area, engine room including
ECR and workshop, Boarding Lobby, crew living areas and
accommodation, galley, tender garages
Engine room, crew and staff cabins, laundry area, stores and
RINA (+ LRS as option)
Half load draught
Full load draught
approx. 2200 GRT
Number of Decks
Accommodation for Owner, VIP & Guest
Accommodation for Captain, Crew & Staff
Suites for Owner & Guests
Interior Luxury spaces
approx. 830 (m²)
approx. 270 (m²)
Catering and service spaces
approx. 200 (m²)
External furnished spaces
approx. 1,000 (m²)
2 X MTU16V4000M71
Main Engines Max Power
2 X 2465kW
2 X CPP
Cruising Speed (at design draught)
Max Speed (at design draught & 100% max rated power)
approx. 18.5 kn
Nautical Range (at economic speed of 12kn)
approx. 6,000 nm
3 X Lindenberg C18
Generators Max Power
3 X 464 kWe
¹ Guest capacity for commercial use of the vessel: 12
CLASSIFICATION AND REGULATIONS
The vessel shall be built in accordance with the rules and regulations of Registro
Italiano Navale and, as an option, in accordance with the rules and regulations of
Lloyd's Register of Shipping.
The vessel shall be delivered with the following class notation:
C, HULL, _ MACH, Ych (MCA), unrestricted navigation, ASR, AUT-UMS (y)
The Yacht shall additionally comply with MCA “Large Commercial Yacht Code 2”.
ACCOMMODATION AND CATERING
The accommodation and catering spaces are summarized below:
Total number of Suites
Total number of berths
PUBLIC AREAS FOR OWNER AND GUESTS
External sunbathing area with bar, Staircase Lobby
External dining area, Sky Lounge with bar, Staircase Lobby
with stairs, forward external Jacuzzi/pool and sunbathing area
External sunbathing and lounge area, Main Saloon with dining
area, Meeting Room, Main Entrance Lobby with stairs
Bathing platform, Beach club with bar, Spa area with Sauna,
Turkish bath, Gymnasium, massage and relaxation zone,
Main Boarding Lobby.
SLEEPING ACCOMMODATION FOR CAPTAIN, CREW AND STAFF
Chief Engineer’s Cabin
Total number of cabins
Total number of berths
DESCRIPTION OF MAIN FEATURES PROPOSAL
Panoramic external sunbathing area with bar. Lobby with glass lift and
External Lounge and Dining area.
In & Out Panoramic Sky Lounge with bar.
Owner’s Apartment with Owner’s Panoramic Suite, double bathroom,
double wardrobe and two double Guest Cabins.
Forward external area including combined pool and Jacuzzi with jet
stream, large sun beds and external bar.
External lounge and dining area.
In & Out Main Lounge with dining area, Meeting Room.
Bathing platform with transom/shell doors and stern sliding hatch,
Beach club with bar, Wellness area including Sauna, Turkish bath, mud
bathing, massage and relaxation area and Gymnasium.
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 decor 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 in Guest areas;
Teak/Marble in all Guest Bathrooms and day heads;
Teak/Marble/mosaic in Spa areas;
Teak in pantries;
Wood / 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
finish in other spaces;
External bar, service pantry
External dining area, internal bar, service pantry, forward
External dining area and bar, internal dining area and service
Beach bar, main galley, Officers' and crew lounges
Refrigerated and dry provision rooms, laundry area
ENGINE ROOM VENTILATION
The engine room ventilation will be according to the propulsion engine and diesel generator manufacturer's combustion air and cooling air requirements and heat dissipation calculation.
PROPULSION AND ELECTRICITY GENERATION PLANT
The propulsion system shall consist of two diesel engines.
Main Engine Characteristics:
Max. rated power
2 X 2465 kW
max 2,000 rpm
Two reduction gearboxes shall be installed. The gearboxes shall be single input, single output configuration.
Each main diesel engine and gear shall be double resiliently mounted on a common base frame.
Exhaust gas from the main diesel engines shall be led through dry silencers and shall discharge under water, with bypass above water line for starting and low-power operation.
Two controllable pitch propellers (CPP) will be provided.
ELECTRICITY GENERATING PLANT
The following diesel generating sets are to be installed
LindenbergC18 (powered by MAN)
Max. rated power
3 X 532 kW (mechanical)
Diesel driven generator (DDG) Characteristics:
approx. 464 kWe
400 V a.c.
Each diesel generator is to be provided with sound-proof enclosures.
Each diesel generator exhaust system is to be arranged with:
- Dry silencers + particle filter
- Exhaust above water level through the hull side
PC SUMS & OWNER’S SUPPLIES
PC Sums will be considered for headings as follows:
· Interior and exterior luxury outfit for Owner and Guest Areas at an
average cost per squaremetre, including.
- Materials and outfit
- Metal plating
- Wooden internal flooring
- Marble, Corian and stone
- Lighting fittings
- Sanitary equipment
- SPA outfitting
· Exterior lighting
· Security System
· Navigation, communication & radio equipment
· Entertainment and domotic system
· Information system
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 (excl. fixings)
· Sun awnings
· Helicopter, tools and spares
· Internal and external loose furnitures
· 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 equipment
· Interior and deck cleaning equipment
· Pots, pans and cooking utensils (Owner's/Guests'/crew)
· Bone china crockery, cutlery, silverware and serving pieces
· Crystal glassware, table accessories (Owner's/Guests'/crew)
· Sundries (ashtrays, vases, lamps etc.)
· Table linen, bed linen, blankets and pillows (Owner's/Guests'/crew)
· Bathroom and day head towels, beach towels and robes
· Loose rugs
· Navigational charts and books (excluding regulatory volumes to be
supplied by Builder)
· Binoculars and portable radio equipment
· Owner's, Guests' and crew stationery and guest booklets
· Guest library books, CDs and DVDs
· Artwork and decorative items
· Decorative cushions on the beds and sofas, throws and cashmere
· Crew uniforms
· Owner’s crest
Project LIGHT features 640 m2 of free teak decks, 770 m2 of luxurious accommodation"wrapped" in 200 m2 of glass surfaces: a new philosophy in the superyacht world.
Designed by NAUTA YACHTS and engineered by FINCANTIERI YACHTS, her 80 metre hull has been thoroughly tested at the Maritime Research Institute of Netherlands (Marin) where her underwater lines and bulbous plumb bow has shown excellent performances both in terms of speed and sea keeping qualities.
The Main Deck starts aft with a massive 240 m2 open air space which, besides being an impressive "reception" area when first boarding, is designed for lounging, sunbathing and "al fresco" dining with guests as well as for cocktail or dinner parties.
From the aft deck a twin pair of stairs gives access to the spectacular Beach Club on the deck below, with sea lounge and wellness centre which features a gym, an hammam, treatment and massage rooms and relax areas.
The swimming platform aft is dedicated to water games and diving activities, while boarding from the beaches is safely provided by two side shell doors.
Back on the main deck we enter the Main Saloon where the aim was to be one with the outside through the continuous glass panels, so as to fully enjoy the sea view while dining, socializing or relaxing.
Further forward the circular stairway with the transparent lift in its centre conveniently links the four decks together, all the way up to the Helipad on the top deck, while the lobby gives access forward to the six panoramic Guest Suites on the Main Deck.
The Owner’s Deck (Upper Deck) is fully dedicated to the Owner. The Owner’s Suite provides, facing forward, an incredible 270 degrees exterior view, a large terrace, a private gym, studio/library and wardrobe.
From the terrace the owner has access, with only five steps down, to his own private "beach" where a spectacular flush-with- deck pool is surrounded by sun beds and sofas.
On the Owner’s Deck aft a beautiful transparent sky lounge "dialogues" with the exterior all around and with a huge (130 m2) open deck aft.
The Bridge on the top deck guarantees the best visibility for the Captain.
Lower Deck and Under Lower Deck
On the Lower Deck and Under-Lower Deck we find the accommodations for 24 Crew and Staff, the galley, crew and officers lounges, crew lift and sea level lobby and shell door, double level engine room, workshop, chilled garbage storage, fridge and freezer rooms, storeroom, laundry and ironing room, spare parts storage etc.