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2000
84' KUIPERS DOGGERSBANK
"AISLING"
Location:
Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Price:
$3,950,000.00
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Not for sale or charter to US residents while in US waters.




Accommodations


General Arrangement

The yachts general arrangement consists of three double ensuite staterooms on the accommodations deck aft for the owner's party.  The master stateroom is located amidship in the most comfortable portion of the yacht. The forward accommodations deck, accessed from the pilothouse on the starboard side is the two forward crew cabins for 3 to 4 persons including the laundry and crew lounge.

The main deck consists of a large covered, enclosed climate controlled aft deck, a spacious salon with separate dining area, spacious on-deck galley and the pilot house. The fly bridge is an all weather area, with seating for 8, full service bar and the helm center line.

The interior cabinetry is satin finish teak throughout. As expected on a yacht of this caliber, for extended cruising is storage and Aisling has abundant cabinets, lockers and drawers on both the interior and exterior. The exterior storage is typically in water tight lockable compartments.

Main Deck:

This area is well protected with high bulwarks with varnished teak caprails.  Both side decks and the aft deck are teak while fore deck painted non-skid. The walk around side decks are well sheltered, affording easy passage.  Easy access boarding is through either the port or starboard hinged doors in the bulwarks amidship or aft from the starboard side passerelle and from the integral swim platform. The foredeck has a built-in seat and stowage lockers. 


Galley

Located forward up 4-steps from the salon on the port side and just aft of the pilot house. A semi-circular design that is spacious and airy with generous counter/work areas.  The counter tops and backsplash are finished in white Corian and the sole is the same granite used in the bar area, both practical and handsome. There is a window on the port side and the entire area is well lit for a pleasant atmosphere. Generous drawer and storage cabinets are located both below the counter as well as at eye level. Needless to say, all lockers have positive locking latches. AISLING has had great chefs who together have added a plethora of cooking equipment.


On the starboard side is the built-in dinette with its compass rose design oval top table built with four different woods. The leather upholstery is light beige in color. This is a perfect place for breakfast or light meal and like the rest of the main deck is bright and cheerful.   A hinged door separates the pilot house from the dinette/galley.  

 

Meile refrigerator and freezer

Meile 4-burner flat surface cook top

Lighted extractor fan overhead

Meile self cleaning oven

Meile dishwasher

Meile microwave/convection oven

Stainless steel double sink

Grohe faucet

Instant Hot Water dispenser






  • Master Stateroom

    Located aft from the central foyer and just forward of the engine room it is separated with an effective sound deadening heavily insulated bulkhead. The teak cabinetry is beautifully accented with the custom fabrics. The décor is neutral and predominately earth tone colors. The Berber style carpeting is beige and the upholstered furnishings are covered with a striped fabric in tones of light gold and burnt orange with green highlights.

     

    There is a queen size walk around bed offset aft and to starboard with storage drawers below. Either side has built-in end tables/night stands with drawers. Below the bed is a massive storage area. Forward and to starboard is a built-in settee with a book case above and adjacent is the TV. A built-in crescent shaped desk/vanity is aft. Opening ports are on both sides providing light and excellent natural ventilation.

     

    The master suite general arrangement has the en-suite bath forward to port. The bath amenities include His and Hers double sinks molded into the Corian surface top vanity surrounded with numerous drawer and locker storage. Outboard is the large stall shower tiled in granite and fitted with a bench seat. The fixtures are chrome finished Grohe. There is excellent storage in cabinets,  drawers, and a heated towel rack. The WC is a Sealand vacuum flush fresh water system. The port light opens if desired. Immediately aft of the head is the sizable wardrobe and dressing area. Full size hanging wardrobes combined with generous drawer and locker storage make this ideal for extended cruising. From the wardrobe area aft is an emergency escape through a water tight door into the engine room. 

    Guest Stateroom, Forward to Port


    This stateroom has a fore and aft queen berth, an en-suite bath and a stall shower located aft. There is a wall mounted flat panel TV and full height wardrobe and storage lockers. Cabinetry on either side of the bed includes night tables with drawer storage below and the reading lights are above. The window shades are Roman style beige fabric with tan accents matching the bed cover and padded wall surround accents. The port lights can be opened.


    The bath has a white Corian surface counter top, granite floor and heated towel rack. Surrounding the vanity are mirrored medicine style cabinets and below a large locker and adjacent drawer storage.  The WC is Sealand vacuum flush fresh water head. Aft is the large stall shower, tiled in granite. In addition there is an opening port light.


    Below this stateroom is an easy access to the mid ship machinery area. Machinery access throughout the yacht is designed for ease of maintenance.  Behind the painting on the forward wall is an escape hatch.

     



    Guest Stateroom, Forward to Starboard


    Located forward of amidship from the common entry foyer. There are wide twin lower berths separated with a built-in night stand. Reading lights and the climate control are adjacent. The guest staterooms are essentially the same overall dimensions. There is exceptional storage in teak cabinetry and the large full height wardrobe. Décor is principally medium blue fabrics including custom fitted bed covers, matching Roman style shades and padded surround wall accents.

     

    The en-suite bath is outboard aft and fitted with a Corian surface top vanity and chrome Grohe fixtures. The vanity is surrounded with mirrored medicine style cabinets and below is a large locker with adjacent drawer storage. The floor is granite and there is a heated towel bar. The WC is Sealand vacuum flush fresh water head.Shower is tiled in granite.

     
    Crew Quarters, Lounge and Laundry


    It is located forward with access from the starboard side of the pilot house. Aft to port is the captain's cabin with a double berth outboard and its en-suite bath with stall shower forward. There is a full height double hanging wardrobe, drawer storage, book shelves, Sony Multi-system television/VHS and safe.

     

    All the way forward is a double cabin with twin "V" berth arrangement and immediately aft on the starboard side is the en-suite bath with stall shower. There are two hanging lockers, cabinet storage below the berths and a Samsung flat screen television.

    Aft to starboard is the crew lounge. Forward is a crescent shaped lounge with a built-in table and general storage. Décor fabrics are a medium blue with gold accents matching the Roman style shade. Adjacent is a small galley with storage. Equipment includes a Miele oven, Miele 2-burner cook top and a stainless steel sink. Below are the built-in refrigerator and small freezer. The lounge area entertainment equipment includes a flat screen TV with built-in VHS and a separate DVD player. The Miele Novatronic washer and dryer are near by. Below the crew cabins is an enormous storage area ideal for parts and general food stores accessed from a lift up floor hatch. Extensive shelving surrounds the area and aft are 2 Miele upright freezers and a Sanyo refrigerator. This area also accesses the Cramm hydraulic bow thruster equipment.

 


  • Pilothouse

    The pilothouse is spacious and offers roughly 7' 1" headroom, it is wellpositioned and engineered for both comfort and visibility along with excellent deck access. The forward helm has a comfortable Recaro chair with dark blue leather upholstery and polished chrome pedestal base. The navigation and communication equipment is well placed for easy access. The principal helm has the navigation electronics housed in the surround cabinetry for easy viewing and protected access. Aft to port is a built-in dark blue leather upholstered "L" shaped settee together with a custom compass rose pedestal table created from four different woods. The settee is an ideal place for lounging or serious navigation work.  Four (4) full size chart stowage drawers are below and forward under the port side helm area. Port and starboard are weather tight deck access doors.  

     

    The overhead is upholstered with an off white vinyl combined with teak cabinetry accents and recessed lighting. The area above the helm is black vinyl for reflection reduction at night. The forward angled windows offer excellent glare reduction, reduced heat transmission and fore deck visibility. The sole is traditional teak with holly accents. Aft to starboard is the day head.

     

    Forward is a Portuguese style bridge that has several water tight stowage lockers. A centerline access door leads to the fore deck. There are wing control stations both port and starboard.

     

    Electrical, 24VDC distribution panel for primary navigational lights and equipment is adjacent to the helm. Aft is a monitoring panel that includes the 24 VDC, both generators, shore power including remote operation of the generators, waste tanks and general ship alarms. 

 


  • Fly Bridge and Boat Deck

    Access is from the aft deck port side or from the central interior spiral stair to the boat deck. Stowed aft is the RIB tender and Cramm telescoping hydraulic davit. The davit is positioned such that the tender can be launched or retrieved from either side. Aft on the center line is a large custom built-in Jacuzzi style spa. True to John Munford style aft of the of the Jacuzzi is a sun pad lounge with removable cushions and pillows with storage below.

     

    The entire boat deck and Jacuzzi area are covered with a versatile removable see-thru sun protector canopy that lets the sun in while limiting the dangerous UV rays.  The owner always mindful of skin cancer designed the additional Tropics UV protection by installing removable zip-in panels onto the original "see-thru" canopy for both the top and port, starboard and aft sections.  This a perfect place to get a great tan and the canopy acts to absorb the perilous UV rays increasing the recreational use of Aisling for all ages. The see-thru canopy also allows this area to function as an outdoor lounge.   The crows nest atop the arch has a polished stainless ladder to the observation platform. Teak varnished handrails capture the entire deck area and are not only very handsome, but add personnel safety.  The decks are teak.  The central atrium internal spiral stair has an easy access water tight door.

     

    The upper forward deck/fly bridge area and helm are up 4-steps from the aft boat deck. The helm area is covered with an integral fiberglass hard top. The entire flying bridge area is enclosed with Strataglass panels with "U" zip windows which also have screen inserts. Varnished teak handrails surround the entire area. At the helm is a Stereo with AM/FM/CD. Aft port side is a full service bar with a refrigerator along with 3 stainless steel pedestal swivel stools. Forward built-in is an electric Miele electric BBQ with storage below. Another portable propane BBQ is positioned forward of the Jacuzzi on the starboard side. On the starboard side is the crescent shaped lounge with a four wood compass rose design pedestal table that easily accommodates 6 persons. Storage lockers are below the settee.


    The helm has 2 pedestal chairs, storage on both sides and the navigational aides placed for easy use. All the appropriate navigation systems required to operate Aisling are available on the flying bridge. The combination Strataglass windows with interchangeable screens and 360° view ability are the primary reasons why Captains love to operate Aisling from the bridge.  

    On the starboard side of the helm is a Plexiglas chart stowage locker. The flying bridge and boat deck areas are all built of aluminum with heavy duty lockable doors and storage compartments. The entire upper deck and its amenities are engineered to be water tight, low maintenance and highly durable.  

 


  • Aft Deck
  • A spacious area more typical of a 100 footer, which is covered by the boat deck and climate controlled. On both port and starboard, are curved built-in stairs, protected by weather resistant doors that lead to the integral swim platform and engine room.  There are opposing built-in settees upholstered in a gray and dark blue striped fabric, both with storage below. Additional seating is provided with two folding varnished wood frame chairs. A varnished pedestal compass rose design table makes this area perfect for alfresco dining and relaxation. This delightful and usable area is fully air conditioned; though if desired, the side Barrett glass and aft Strataglass window enclosures can be opened for natural ventilation.  On the starboard side forward is a built-in bar with storage, sink and a beverage refrigerator.

     

    A port side stairway leads to the fly bridge and boat deck. Port and starboard heavy wing doors provide side deck access. The forward bulkhead is covered with varnished wood which includes the double entry doors to the salon together with four windows. With the hydraulic passerelle deployed the aft deck access is from the starboard side with a level access to the deck and walkway.


    A water tight door to the engine room is located on the port side deck.  The primary engine room access is from the swim platform with a water tight door while a secondary foul weather entry is from the salon. Excellent all weather access to the engine room, with attention paid to safety. Multiple phase and shore power lines are easily setup via the swim platform.

     
    Swim Platform

    Integral with the hull, it is well protected. Removable railings for easy access and a fresh water shower. A removable stainless steel ladder provides easy water access. The aft deck is very easily accessed from a stair on either side. This is an ideal area for mooring the tender and water sports.

Specifications, with Equipment and Information:
Dimensions/Weights
- Length: 84' 0"
- Max Height: 0
- LOA: 84' 0"
- LWL: 0' 0"
- BEAM: 22.0833' 0"
- DRAFT: 0' 0"
 
Engines
- Engine(s): 3406C
 
Tankage/Capacity
- Fuel: 8000 Gal
- Water: 1950 Gal
- Holding: 250 Gal
 
Construction
- Hull Construction: Steel
 
Manufacturer/Model/Designer
- Manufacturer: KUIPERS DOGGERSBANK
 
 
Additional



Tankage and Range

(as reported):
Fuel in 8 tanks, for a total of 8,000 gallons (30,280 L)
Tanks are located; 2 forward, 2 main, 2 wing and 2 day tanks 
 
Fresh water in 2 tanks with a total of 1,950 gallons (7,381l)
 
Black Water, 400 gallons (1520l)
 
Gray Water: 138 gallons (520l)

Lube Oil: waste 65 gallons (250l)
                 clean 65 gallons

Range, Speed and Fuel Consumption
This information is as reported by the owner and not guaranteed. Under the yachts current ownership and over 50,000 miles of cruising the main engines were typically operated approximately 1500 rpm. Below are performance and fuel consumption estimates, actual speed and consumption will vary depending on loads, speed, weather, sea conditions and other variables. This data is intended only as a general reference.
 
R.P.M.       G.P.H.       Speed Knots
1800                                  12
1700                                  11.5
1600                                  11
1550                                  10.5
1500            15                  10
1400                                  9
1300                                  8.5
1200                                  8
 
Generator fuel consumption is estimated at approximately 1 gallon per hour average (accounted for in the above reference table) when operating between the 35 kW and 16 kW units. Consumption is of course directly related to the electrical loading.
 
Range is conservatively 4000 nautical miles and may of course be greatly extended with slower speed and or single engine operation.  The yacht was designed and constructed with serious world wide cruising ability.





Construction

The yacht is a dark blue with a white deck house and superstructure. She is of a steel hull and aluminum superstructure. Materials, plating reported as Lloyd's approved Ship Building Steel 42 (Grade A) factory blasted and epoxy coated. Brief excerpts from the construction Scantling specification: Stem 6mm plate, keel 8mm plate, hull bottom first 1000mm both sides 8mm, followed by 6mm till 150mm over DWL followed by 5mm as side plating. Frames continuous from top of double bottom or floors to main sheer laid on transverse system. Deck plating 5mm. Double bottom tanks: fuel oil, fresh water, black water, grey water, lube and waste oil and sludge. Bilge keels are closed box construction of 8mm plate.


Superstructure, "Triclad" welded between the steel deck and aluminum house. Aluminum materials are seawater resistant aluminum alloy. Wheelhouse 6mm plate, saloon 5mm plate and the deck 6mm plate, flying bridge exterior 5mm plate.
Windows, 6 and 8mm thermopane hardened glass in recessed aluminum flanges with polished stainless steel frames. Port lights with 12mm toughened glass hinged in hull side fitted with dead lights polished stainless steel frames and screens.

Sound, vibration control and insulation in the builder specifications include; All motors, pumps, blowers and similar equipment are installed on flexible mounts with hose connections on the piping system. Hydraulic piping system installed with flexible pipe clamps. Anti-drumming consists of a sandwich construction covering approximately 70% of the area with 2mm thick steel counter plates bedded in 2mm layer of Vibradamp anti-vibration paste. Acoustic foam was used in the bulkheads and throughout the vessel.





Electrical System

35 kW 1500 rpm Onan 3-phase Generator with sound shield 

16 kW 1500 rpm Onan 3-phase Generator with sound shield
Separate 24 VDC generator starting battery's
230/400 VAC 50 HZ 3-phase systems
Atlas Shore Power international frequency and voltage converter
24 VDC systems
Battery's, 24VDC system: main engine starting,
2-sets generator starting, deep cycle bank for general ships service
Battery charger's
Mastervolt 3000 watt inverter 24VDC-230 VAC
Glendinning Cablemaster shore power inlet aft





Electronics

Furuno radar 72 mile with ARPA (PH & F/B repeater)
Raytheon Radar 48 mile (PH & F/B)
Robertson Simrad AP-45 Autopilot
Robertson F200 autopilot on the flying bridge
Robertson R19 rudder angle indicator (PH & F/B)
B&G Hydra 2000 multi function (depth, speed, apparent wind, heading & navigation)
Dell monitor with Nobeltec navigation software in the pilot house and a F/B daylight display monitor
Philips AP navigator MK10D GPS
Raytheon RN300 GPS
Jog steering (PH & F/B)
Micro commander electronic controls in the pilot  house and on the flying bridge
JRC Automatic Identification System
Furuno Navtex NX-300
Shipboard light control system
Wing control stations either side of bridge deck-engines, bow thruster, rudder & horn controls
Ship Security Alert systems (SSAS)
Skymate system Weather channel system

Communication:
Icom HF radio
Sailor RT4822 VHF/DSC radio (PH & F/B repeater)
SeaTel satellite television
NERA satellite telephone
HP1315 - Printer, scanner, copier
Phontech Internal Communication system
Ships systems monitor alarm system located in the PH, FB, Captains quarters and master stateroom





Fly Bridge




Master Stateroom




Mechanical Equipment

Engine Room
Located aft, unique it that there are three access entries. Interior access for use in foul weather conditions is from the main saloon aft on the port side behind a teak paneled door. The main entry is from swim platform and the "at sea" access is from the port side deck both with water tight doors. The convenient entry doors genuinely make the engine room an easy place to work. Well planned and spacious it provides superb maintenance access, you can reach all machinery. There is excellent headroom throughout with open access to all equipment. The main engines are essentially walk-around with full access to the service areas. The fuel manifold is well labeled and placed for easy viewing. The emergency escape from the owners suite is forward of the port main engine with a dogged water tight door.
 

Machinery and Mechanical Equipment:
Caterpillar 3406C DIT 300 H.P. (224kW) 1800 rpm main engines
Double Racor 1000 fuel filters for each engine
Twin Disc MG5091 2.95:1 reduction gears with trailing pumps for single engine operation.
Wet exhaust side and stern discharges.
MMC electronic controls (4-stations)
Oil bath propeller shafts
4-blade 40" X 35" propellers
Hydraulic pumps
Koop-Nautic SeaRocq active fin stabilizers


Marine Air chilled water air conditioning system 3 staged compressors with auxiliary heating system
Marine Air fan coils throughout-12 units
AC digital control panels throughout
Air compressor
Alpha Laval fuel polishing
Fuel transfer pump
Nelson Bilge Boy oily water separator
Cramm hydraulic steering system
Cramm   hydraulic Bow thruster
Matrix watermaker
Oil change system with manifold
Fire suppression system and ventilation closures





Overview

"AISLING" IS NOT FOR SALE OR CHARTER TO ANY U.S. RESIDENT WHILE SHE IS IN U.S. WATERS. 

AISLING's design and structure are the height of excellence by Dutch yacht builder Mr. Kuipers, with the hull and systems by naval architect Dick Boon, one of his last before retirement.   Interior design is o fthe highest qualty Dutch craftsmanship, and AISLING was blessed to be the last yacht built by the senior Mr. Kuiper prior to his retirement. The no nonsense, go anywhere hull and system architecture acknowledges the absolute uncompromising conviction by Dick Boon to design yachts and systems safely and comfortably cruise the world. 

 

Competely painted in Awlgrip in June 2008, new generators and engine room completely serviced and gone through. 
 





Remarks

If you desire Feadship quality is a smaller Expediton Yacht style, this is a yacht you must see!   Design, construction, engerring, equipment, maintance, fit and finish to this level are rarely found is this size and even more rarely in a true world cruising yacht.

Yes, there are similar yachts, even a few built in Holland.  However, a yacht who's  entire construction was overseen by both Mr. Kuipers Sr. and Dick Boon is truly something special.

AISLING is an opportunity that is not to be missed.





Aft Deck




Galley




Pilothouse




Salon




VIP Stateroom 1

 
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