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Northrop and Johnson
(954) 522-3344

Full detailed specifications are in process, but the following highlights demonstrate why VANGO is a great value.

1.        Sleeps 12 in 6 guest staterooms

2.       Space for up to 12 crew

3.       Helicopter capable

4.       Guest elevator connecting 3 main decks

5.       Composite construction minimizes corrosion issues

6.       ABS classification and MCA certification (under 500 gross tons)

7.       American construction eliminates any concern about US duty requirements for resale.

8.       20+ knot cruise speed, maximum speed 24 knots

9.   Range can be extended to 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots

10.   Shallow draft for harder to reach anchorages in the Bahamas or elsewhere around the world.

11.   Never chartered and still owned by her original buyer.

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VANGO docks at Sunrise Harbor when she is in Fort Lauderdale. Contact Kevin for showings.


In the world of yachting, we are constantly being advised that our choices are a series of compromises. While this is true for most yachts, the 164 Westport does an excellent job of eliminating those compromises.

1. Sleeps 12 in 6 guest staterooms (1 currently setup as gymnasium), including an on-deck master and a bridge deck VIP with private balcony.

2. Space for up to 12 crew.

3. Helicopter capable.

4. Guest elevator connecting 3 main decks.

5. Composite construction minimizes corrosion issues.

6. ABS classification and MCA certification (under 500 gross tons).

7. American construction eliminates concern on US duty requirements for resale.

8. 20+ knot cruise speed, maximum speed 24 knots.

9. Range can be extended to 5,000 nautical miles at 12 knots.

10. Shallow draft for harder to reach anchorages in the Bahamas and elsewhere.

11. Never chartered and still owned by her original buyer.

12. Internal staircase to sundeck.


Bill Garden drew Vango's sleek and efficient hull lines. Westport's talented in-house naval architect, Taylor Olson, drew in the myriad of remaining technical details. Donald Starkey, was responsible for her contemporary-classic styling and comfortably luxurious interior.

The hull, with a 30'2" beam, was designed by Bill Garden and styled by Greg Marshall to create a visually balanced yacht that is pleasing to the eye. The Westport hull is well proven, with Airex coring in the topsides and sandwich construction in the decks and cabins for thermal and acoustic insulation.

Vango builds on the foundation of Westport's other models (98, 112, and 130 feet), but is an entirely new creation. Exceptional effort went into the planning and engineering of the yacht's detailed design and its efficient production. There are, for instance, only six major molded parts in her construction, minimizing the number of leak-prone joints and failure-prone secondary bonds, which virtually eliminates expensive, time-consuming rework. Olson's in-house design team included molded-in mounts for many areas, from the anchor pockets and propeller shaft struts to the stanchion bases and running lights.

Vango has an owner's stateroom forward on the main deck and a VIP stateroom and skylounge abaft her pilothouse. In addition, Vango has four additional guest staterooms on the lower deck, two with queen berths and tubs, and two with twin berths and showers. The forward starboard guest room is currently arranged as a gymnasium, but with a full head, this room is ready to be used for guests without any modifications. Her six crew cabins accommodate a crew of up to 12. There is a captain's cabin adjacent to the pilothouse, and five cabins forward next to a spacious crew mess.

With plenty of social areas, both inside and out, guests will have plenty of choices to gather or find a quiet space to themselves:

• Large, combined main salon and dining area with 50” Plasma TV

• Spacious skylounge with great visibility and 60” Plasma TV

• Large aft deck for alfresco dining with full bar facilities

• Upper aft deck with great seating and expansive views also offers second area for alfresco dining.

• 2 wing balconies on either side of the skylounge

• Outdoor lounge area forward of pilot house

• Massive sun deck with hard top, Jacuzzi, bar area and room for a helicopter.

Specifications, with Equipment and Information:
- Length: 164' 0"
- Max Height: 0
- LOA: 164' 0"
- LWL: 0' 0"
- BEAM: 30.75' 0"
- DRAFT: 7.75' 0"
- Engine(s): DDC 16V4000
- Fuel: 20000 Gal
- Water: 2000 Gal
- Holding: 0 Gal
- Hull Construction: Fiberglass
- Manufacturer: WESTPORT

Aft Deck
Large exterior area for entertaining and socializing with an abundance of room. The spacious aft settee provides a comfortable area to entertain with a 42" Plasma TV behind the bar. The bar is stone with a clear gloss finish, along with other high-gloss teak furniture.

• Teak deck
• Teak dining table with leaves for seating up to (12)
• (12) Dining chairs
• Settees facing inboard, with cushions and covers
• (2) Cocktail tables
• Eisenglass windbreakers on port and starboard sides
• Full service bar
• Stone bar top
• Refrigerator
• Ice bin
• Sink
• Bottle storage
• Barware storage
• Lighting control
• (4) Bar stools with foot rests
• Audio/video/receiver/tuner
• Speakers
• 42" Monitor
• Crestron controller
• Clear acrylic wing doors
• Passerelle with stainless steel handrails
• Hose bib for wash-downs
• Teak swim platform
• Gas hatch
• Steps to main deck with handrails, port & starboard
• Tender cleats
• (2) Warping capstans
• (2) Mooring bitts
• Access doors to equipment room, control room & tender garage
• (6) Underwater lights
• Outlet 30 Amp, 120 Volt single phase
• Swim ladder (stainless steel with folding handle)

Main Salon
Upon entering the main salon through the wide glass doors opening from the aft deck, you are immediately struck by the warmth and elegance of the interior décor. There are sofas to port and starboard, along with other various furnishings. This is an elegantly comfortable area to enjoy the 50” wide-screen plasma TV that rises out of the forward cabinet.

• (2) sofas
• (2) cocktail tables
• (2) occasional chairs with ottomans
• (4) loose ottomans
• (4) end tables
• Satellite television
• Audio/video/receiver/tuner
• Speakers
• 50” Plasma Monitor
• Crestron controller
• Stainless steel-framed, sliding glass door

Forward from the main salon is a separate formal dining room. Servers have easy access from the galley via an automatic door through the pantry. There is also access from the main entrance foyer to starboard through another sliding door.

• Buffett/storage port and starboard for twelve place settings of china, formal flatware & stemware
• Audio from main salon
• Speakers
• Vaulted ceiling

Main Deck

Large entry foyer on starboard side with stairway up to bridge deck lobby and down to lower deck guest lobby.


• Headhunter Royal Flush Hydro toilet
• Lightweight stone vanity top
• Lightweight stone flooring
• Vitreous china sink

Professional chef's galley with a commercial atmosphere. Stainless steel counter space with ample room for food preparation. Separate pantry with Corian countertops. Walk­ in freezer, cooler and dry storage shelves for extended cruising. 

• Integrated stainless steel preparation sink, cabinets and countertops
• Upper storage cabinets, stainless steel
• Dumbwaiter/food lift
• Hot food well - built-in
• Pot/Kettle - filling faucet
• Induction cooktop
• Combination oven/steamer
• Salamander boiler
• Stainless steel L-shaped vent hood with lights
• Refrigerated drawers with remote compressor
• Convection oven
• Dishwasher
• Garbage Disposal
• Trash compactor
• Sink/faucet
• Reach-in refrigerator
• lcemaker with bin
• Walk-in freezer with storage shelves
• Walk-in cooler with storage shelves
• Azrock commercial flooring
• Broadcast radio/CD
• Speakers
• 20" Monitor
• Crestron controller


• Trash compactor
• Sink/faucet
• Reach-in refrigerator
• lcemaker with bin
• Walk-in freezer with storage shelves
• Walk-in cooler with storage shelves
• Azrock commercial flooring
• Broadcast radio/CD
• Speakers
• 20" Monitor
• Crestron controller


Private owner's foyer leads from starboard entrance on main deck to owner's office/lounge. Door to stateroom opens off lounge. Full-beam stateroom has two sitt ing areas and a king-size berth. Lockable, concealed closet in stateroom. Private his and hers dressing rooms and heads separated by a separate shower and a whirlpool tub. Her dressing room includes a dressing table with stool. Her head includes a bidet.

• Sofa
• (2) Occasional chairs
• Entertainment center/dresser combination
• (2) Nightstands with three drawers
• Dressing table with stool
• Built-in dresser
• Bedspread & throw pillows
• Halogen downlights
• Accent lighting


• Desk chair
• Sofa
• (2) Club chairs
• (2) End tables
• (2) Cocktail tables
• Entertainment center
• Desk
• Audio/video receiver/tuner
• Speakers
• 32" Monitor
• Crestron controller


• (2) Headhunter Royal Flush Hydro Vac toilets
• Bidet
• Marble surround with THG thermostat and fixtures
• (2) Vitreous china sinks
• Mirrors above vanities


VIP suite on the bridge deck has a dressing room including a dressing table with chair, leading to the head with double sinks, toilet and bidet. Stateroom, in addition to the berth, has a seating area for conversation or viewing the 32" flat screen TV. VIP suite includes a private terrace on the starboard side with teak deck furniture.

• (2) Occasional chairs
• End table
• Chair for dressing table
• Dressing table
• Nightstands
• Dressers with built-in entertainment center
• King berth with innerspring mattress
• Upholstered headboard
• Drawer storage underneath
• Audio/video receiver/tuner
• Speakers
• 32" Monitor
• Crestron controller
• Bedspread and pillows
• Halogen down lights


• Headhunter Royal Flush Hydro Vac toilet
• Bidet
• Shower/tub combination
• Frameless/tempered glass doors
• (2) Vitreous china sinks
• Mirrors above sinks
• Lighted make-up mirror


Four guest staterooms below decks, each with private head. Port and starboard aft suites have king berths. Port and starboard forward staterooms each have twin berths. Starboard forward stateroom is set up as an exercise room and port forward stateroom has twin berths.

• King berths with innerspring mattresses in port and starboard aft staterooms
• Twin berths with innerspring mattresses in port stateroom
• Upholstered headboards
• Port lights
• (2) Nightstands ea. in port and starboard aft staterooms
• Nightstand in port forward stateroom
• Desks in port aft staterooms
• Chairs for desks in port and starboard aft staterooms
• Built-in dressers with entertainment centers


• Audio/video receiver/tuner
• Speakers
• 20" Monitor
• Crestron controller


• Headhunter Royal Flush Hydro Vac
• Tub/shower combination in port and starboard aft heads
• Showers in port and starboard forward heads
• Frameless/tempered glass doors
• (2) Vitreous china sinks in each head
• Framed mirror above each sink in heads


Lobby in guest quarters includes a refrigerator and coffee station on portside of stairway and a locker to starboard side for housekeeping storage.

Bridge Deck
The lounge on the upper deck offers a more informal atmosphere, with towering views to port, starboard and aft. The lounge amenities include a vista bar to port, a game table, a desk and chair, 60" flat screen TV and comfortable television viewing area. There is also easy access to the bridge deck aft for al-fresco dining and to the port guest terrace. The main internal staircase also provides easy access to the sun deck.

• Vista bar with three barstools, refrigeration, bottle and barware storage inlaid with backlit onyx
• Additional stewardess pantry for full service and excellent storage that is connected to galley by the dumbwaiter
• Custom-built curved settee
• (2) Club chairs
• (2) Small cocktail tables
• Game table with four chairs
• Stainless steel framed, sliding, glass door
• Halogen down lights
• Accent lighting
• Audio/video receiver/tuner
• Speakers
• JVC 60" Monitor
• Crestron controller


• Headhunter Royal Flush Hydro Vac toilet
• Lightweight stone vanity top
• Lightweight stone flooring
• Vitreous china sink


VIP Terrace
• Starboard with private entrance to VIP suite Teak settee
• (2) End tables

Bar Terrace
• Portside, with entrance to vista bar
• (2) Occasional chairs
• Occasional table


This exterior deck opens off of the upper lounge and is designed for more intimate, informal gatherings.

• Teak deck
• Round Teak table
• (6) Teak dining chairs
• Wing doors, clear acrylic (separate bridge deck aft from terrace decks)


Immediately forward of the wheelhouse this deck affords sweeping views as the vessel travels with a very comfortable seating/lounging area.

• Teak decks
• Hose bib
• Lounge with cushions and covers
• Teak table and cover

Access via crew stairwell or stairs from the main side decks, and for guests from bridge deck lobby, the bridge and radio room contain some of the most current and convenient navigation and communication equipment available today. The expansive sofa is raised on a platform so that guests can enjoy the view when the vessel is underway.

Cruise speed: 20 knots- 2,100 nm range; 16 knots- 2,900 nm range; 12 knots- 5,000 nm range 

• Wooden helm wheel (Pommele Sapele with Mahogany trim) 
• Bridge console (Pommele Sapele with Mahogany edge)
• Leather-covered dash panels
• Leather countertops
• Chart table with (5) drawers, to port side of main helm
• Raised settee (accommodates five guests)
• (2) Tables at settee (Pommele Sapele)
• Crown Classic helm chair
• Weems & Plath clock/barometer
• Quartz clock

• Wing stations (outside pilothouse, port and starboard); molded composite covers, electronic engine controls, main engines start and stop, jog steering, rudder angle indicator, bow thruster, horn controls 


Radio room/captain's office includes two desks and access to the captain's suite

Communications & Nav
The vessel is equipped with modern navigation and communications equipment suitable for world-wide voyages. This equipment includes satellite based position; speed and heading information, gyroscopic and magnetic heading data, long range surface detection, electronic charting and depth finding. Communications equipment spans numerous transmission technologies to maximize contact with shore side and marine stations as well as to enhance safety.

• Furuno S-Band - 8' scanner
• Furuno X-Band - 6' scanner
• NEC Monitor
• lcom VHF 602
• lcom VHF M127
• lcom SSB 802
• KVH Fleet 55 mini-M SAT phone
• Furuno Felcom lNMARSAT C
• Tellular Cellular phone
• Panasonic PBX phone
• (4) Panasonic phones KXT 7433
• (19) Panasonic phones KXT 4725
• Ritchie magnetic compass
• Anschutz Gyrocompass
• NaviSailor Transas electronic charting
• Furuno sounder
• (5) Hatteland monitors
• B&G Hydra 2000 with speed/depth/temp sensor
• B&G Aft depth transducer
• Anschutz Autopilot
• (2) MX Marine GPS
• GPS receiver
• Furuno Navtex
• Furuno AlS
• Northern Airborne Technologies EPIRB (Float-free type)
• Northern Airborne Technologies Radar transponder
• Elbex cameras pan/tilt/zoom (engine room, decks and access points)
• Mast camera pan/tilt
• Vintimar switcher
• Cannon printer/fax/scanner
• Seatel receiver
• Ethernet
• Furuno weather fax
• Carlisle & Finch searchlight
• Kahlenberg Horn (with automated signal}
• Kahlenberg signal timer
• Kahlenberg Ship's bell
• Meal/absent light


The ships systems are monitored by PLC based system (Westport Vessel Information and Control - V. I. C.} and are designed to give the crew information that promotes efficient operation and safety of the vessel.

Crew interface - Numerous displays are distributed around the vessel for convenient monitoring of the ships systems (pilothouse monitor, main galley, crew galley & control room).


Security monitors all doors for unauthorized entry (doors to control room and equipment room from swim step, door from aft deck to control room, main salon slider, starboard entry door, crew entry to main galley, upper deck lounge slider, vista bar door, VIP stateroom door, port/starboard pilothouse doors & forward escape hatch).

Crew Accommodations

Crew quarters below decks forward for ten in five cabins, each with private head and shower. Crew service access leads aft through the housekeeping/pantry area directly to the guest staterooms, allowing crew to efficiently perform housekeeping duties. Custom-fit twin berths with innerspring mattresses; one upper and one lower in each cabin. All rooms are fitted with TV's, kaleidescape service, and DirecTV. Crew also have access to VSAT internet service.


• Headhunter Royal Flush Hydro Van
• Showers with framed glass door


• Utility sink
• (3) Sets Maytag stacking washers and dryers 


• Upholstered curved settee
• Corian table top and countertops
• Refrigerator
• Asko Dishwasher 
• lcemaker
• Microwave
• Stainless steel sink
• Denon audio/video receiver/tuner
• Speakers
• 20" Monitor
• Crestron controller
• Halogen downlights
• Portlights
• Helm monitor and VHF


The captain's suite is on the bridge deck for convenient access to the pilothouse; the entrance to the suite is through the radio room.

• Queen-size berth with innerspring mattress
• Storage below berth
• Desk and chair
• Nightstand
• Vanity
• Dresser/entertainment center combination
• Audio/video receiver/tuner
• Speakers
• 20" Monitor
• Crestron controller
• Halogen downlights
• Accent lighting
• Headhunter Royal Flush Hydro Vac
• Shower with glass doors
• Sink
• Framed mirror above sink

Exterior Decks

• Non-skid deck
• Hose bib
• Ship's bell
• Deck lighting
• Davit
• (2) Anchor windlasses
• Hatch - Flush on center line (chain locker access and fender storage, access for windlass control pennants, access for chain wash-down valves
• Foredeck seat with cushions and cover
• Bosun's locker


This area is great for sunbathing or enjoying the breezes underneath the composite hardtop. This deck has it all, from the hot tub, the U-shaped full-service bar, to the reversible settee and cocktail table, which enables you to use the aft sun deck for large gatherings.

• Teak decks
• Hose bib
• Mast (composite, electronics, anchor light, deck lighting, Kahlenberg air horn
• Composite hardtop integrated with mast
• Sun pad, large, expansive with covers
• Windscreen, stainless steel continuous handrail with 1/4" acrylic panels between stanchions from mast base forward
• Hot tub (located forward on sun deck)
• Full-service U-shaped bar with sink, icemaker & refrigerator
• Curved settee with cocktail table - reversible for use of aft sun deck for larger social gatherings
• Fold-down TV from hardtop


• Teak decks
• Flagstaff
• Davit (1500 lb. capacity, telescoping base, full-hydraulic proportional control, back-up from emergency bank)
• Chocks (Universal Mounting System)
• Liferafts in cradles with hydrostatic release


Hull Repainted in July 2014
Anti-fouling redone in July 2014
• Paint - Awlgrip high-gloss Polyurethane
• Bottom paint


Portside, accessed via swim platform watertight door, engine room watertight door, or stairway down from behind the aft deck bar. Contains desk for engineer, electrical distribution, and tool and spare parts storage.


Starboard side, accessed via swim platform watertight door, or the engine room watertight door. Contains dive compressor and storage for dive equipment, garbage freezer, and head with sink.


Centered between control room and equipment room, accessed via watertight door to equipment room, and hinge-up garage door aft to swim platform. Contains tender, sliding crane, storage for windsurfer, fishing rod holders, drying hooks for dive gear.

Engine Room
Access from either watertight door from equipment room or control room.

• (2) 16V4000 MTU main engines (5,320 stbd & 5325 port hours as of 10/27/2014)- 5000 hour service completed
• (2) 99kW Northern Lights generators (10,946 stbd, 10,709 port hours as of 10/27/2014)
• 55kW Northern Lights night generator (12,025 hours as of 10/27/2014)

Fuel System: 20,000 Gallons in multiple tanks with transfer system including two pumps, meter and distribution manifold. Range: 5000 nm at 12 knots; 2900 nm at 16 knots; 2100 nm at 20 knots.

Marine Sanitation: Black water is routed to a fiberglass tank; gray water is routed to an aluminum welded tank for onboard storage via Drain-Waste-Vent (DWV) piping. A certified Marine Sanitation Device is installed for discretionary treatment of all wastewater while in environmentally sensitive areas. Tank level monitoring is via electronic sensor and display with level alarms and all tanks are vented at mast.
Discharge is via MSD or direct overboard via diaphragm pump
• MSD - Certified to meet MARPOL regulations as well as USCG Type II MSD
• Black water tank - 1500 gals.
• Gray water tank - 1200 gals.

Freshwater System: Is distributed via CPVC piping system, fully insulated with dual centrifugal pumps (and reduced capacity DC back-up). Water is filtered for particulate and microorganisms prior to fixtures and utilizes pressure tanks to assist in surge free supply while dual hot water tanks are plumbed with hot water circulation ring for quick supply of hot water. Fresh water can be taken aboard via two deck fittings located port and starboard at the transom or through pressurized dock connection. Freshwater is generated on board by dual reverse-osmosis water makers plumbed directly to storage tanks. Tanks are welded aluminum construction with internal baffles and sanitary class epoxy-coated internal surfaces. Freshwater wash down fittings are located on all external decks

Fire Main System: Consists of six fire stations distributed around the vessel, supply piping and two pumps. Each station contains a hose, angle valve and multi-pattern nozzle. The electric fire pump (primary) can be started from any fire station, the pilot house, or locally.

Bilge Systems: The bilge system consist of six watertight zones, which can be individually pumped via bilge suction manifold and electric bilge pump. The manifold allows cross over to the fire pump or diesel powered pump for back up. Additionally, the engine room is plumbed with an oily water separator certified to meet MARPOL regulations.

Deck Drains: All decks are fitted with scuppers and piping system to drain water from rain/wash-down water. Scuppers are molded portions of the deck and fitted with polished stainless steel grates. All drain piping is PVC - DWVV and are led to laminated thru-hulls located at the boot stripe with 2" non-return valves.

Central Hydraulics: The central hydraulic system provides power to the bow thruster, all winches, capstans, cranes/davits and transom door. Additionally, the system provides back-up fluid power to the steering system in the event there is a failure in the steering's primary hydraulic system. Power is provided to the system from a generator driven hydraulic pump with electric clutch. The system is provided with equal size pumps on both the port and starboard gensets allowing either generator to power the system. Additionally, there is a DC powered power pack that provides reduced hydraulic power for back-up or while main generators are shut down.

Bow Thruster: 20" Dual prop with "in-hull" hydraulic motor, producing 85HP
Steering: Power steering via engine driven hydraulic pump and manual helm pump located in machinery space. Controls from pilothouse and wing stations are via digital "fly-by-wire" system. The main steering station in the pilothouse includes full follow-up helm wheel and non-follow up "jog" lever. The wing stations are provided with non­ follow up levers.

Stabilizers: Stabilization while underway is provided by a pair of fins located approx. amidships and powered hydraulically by an engine driven hydraulic pump. Control is by modern digital ("fly-by-wire") system, located in the pilothouse. This system is easily upgradable to at-anchor capability should the new owner desire to do so.
• Fins: Naiad 22 sq. ft. each
• Controller: Naiad DATUM 

Main Engines/Drive Line: Propulsion is provided by two modern, four-stroke, 16- cylinder diesel engines producing approx. 3750HP each: MTU/DDC 16V4000 M-90. They are connected to propellers via 5-W' HS stainless shafts and remote down angle gearbox. Primary exhaust is underwater at chine while a silenced bypass exits at transom corners. Seawater cooling water is supplied via dual 611 lugged type butterfly valves, bronze Y­ strainers and molded FRP scoops with grates.

Marine gear: ZF remote mount, 8 degrees down angle, ratio 2.96:1 with trailing pump

Shafts: Aquamet 5-X" high strength stainless steel shafts Seals: Dripless type PYI, PSS type for 5-W' shaft

Propellers: Nibral5-Blade, finished to Class "S" standards

Generators: There are three electrical generators providing AC power at 130- 208volt/3phase/60cycle. Two primary generators located port/starboard and a night/secondary generator located midships in the engine room. One primary generator is fitted with a dry stack option that allows the exhaust to be discharged above the sun deck. Primary gensets 99kW "wye" wound, 1800 rpm with sound enclosure, in/sep muffler and dual vibration mounts. Exhaust is silenced and separated with underwater discharge of cooling water and gas exhaust at transom. Starboard Gen to have "dry stack" exhaust "Y".

Secondary/Night genset – 55kW "wye" wound, 1800 rpm with sound enclosure, in/sep muffler, and vibration mounts. Exhaust to be silenced with underwater discharge of cooling water and gas exhaust at transom.

Sound Attenuation: Sound plays a significant role in the comfort level of a high quality motoryacht. Because of this, J&A Enterprises, Inc., an engineering firm specializing in control of noise and vibration aboard luxury motoryachts of all sizes was used to develop a "whole ship" sound reduction plan. Joseph Smullin, Founder, President and principal engineer studied Westport construction techniques and assisted in developing details and insulation schedules that would maximize noise/vibration reduction. Sound transmission throughout the vessel is controlled in several ways, including double-wall construction of bulkheads, dampening of sole structure in specific areas, absorptive and reflective materials within the engine room and vibration isolation mounting of rotating or reciprocating machinery. The engine room sound package consists of reflective barriers and absorptive insulation in addition to vibration/ isolation mounting of equipment, piping and wiring that may transmit noise and noise attenuating/watertight doors.

Accommodation Sound Dampening: Noise transmission between spaces in the accommodation is via "sound tight" construction, acoustic fill-in double wall bulkheads, floating joinery connections in critical areas and isolation mounting of equipment and piping that may transmit vibration.

Electrical Distribution, AC: AC Service is provided from four independent sources; shore power, two primary generators and one back-up/night generator. Shower power is provided through electrical conditioners that allow a large variety of power forms; single-phase, three-phase combination, high voltage, or low frequency to be converted to ship power. All sources of electrical power are routed through a main electrical switchboard located in the control room, then on to sub-panels and individual loads. All circuits are protected by coordinated breakers. The main electrical system is 4 wire, 3- phase 208 volts with 120 volt single-phase branch circuits where required.

Electrical Distribution, DC: 24V power is provided by numerous accumulator batteries and charger/power supplies. House 12V DC is provided by DC-DC converter. Power is distributed around the vessel from the main switchboard located in the control room to locally operated sub-pane ls, except dedicated emergency DC power, which is distributed independently of the main distribution network, and also services the emergency lighting system throughout the vessel. There is a dedicated light in all cabins as well as common areas and stairwells for egress, in the event of an emergency.

Air Conditioning: The interior of the vessel is kept at a constant temperature through the use of a seawater cooled/heated reverse cycle, treated water HVAC system. The capacity of the condensers is 48 tons and is distributed throughout the vessel via individual room air handlers of various sizes and BTU ratings. The entire system is run in either heat or cool modes while the individual air handlers in the master and guest staterooms allow autonomous heating. A portion of the HVAC system provides fresh air to make up for air lost through the head evacuation system, thus providing fresh, dry air at all times providing a clean and healthy atmosphere. Chillers: 208volt/3phase/60cyle, 24 tons each, (2) mounted in stainless steel boxes

Make Up Air: For cycling fresh air through vessel interior.

Mooring and Anchoring: Vessel mooring system utilizes a combination of bitts, hawse eyes and winches. The fore deck has two hawse eyes per side, two bitts per side and a pair of mooring winches, incorporated with the anchor windlasses. The side decks and aft deck have four hawse eyes per side with three bitts and a warping winch on each side. Additionally, there are two mooring capstans and bitts on the swim stem for Med style mooring and four cleats along the aft edge of the swim step for securing the tender. Vessel anchoring is accomplished through a set of anchor windlasses, anchor chain, Poole style anchors and fairleads (hawse-pipe, spill pipe, etc.)

Anchor Wash-Down: The anchor wash-down is via fixed nozzles located in the hawse pipes, manual valves for port and starboard sides and is supplied with pressurized seawater from the fire main

Anchor Chain: short-link galvanized, 500' port/350' starboard, ACCO grade
Anchor: (2) Davis Anchor Poole-type galvanized, 650#

Tender/Rescue Boats: 14' RIB crew/rescue boat located on the bridge deck, with an optional location on .the foredeck. The crew boat will be launched and recovered with a davit. In addition to the davit on the foredeck, there will be an identical unit on the Sun Deck for launching and recovering water toys. Hydraulic power, both davits and beam cranes travel powered from central hydraulic system

Crew/Rescue Boat: 14' RIB with 4-stroke outboard motor

Gasoline Tank: 100 Gallons below the hatch on swim step

New/Used Oil: The vessel's main engines and diesel generators can be maintained utilizing an onboard lube oil change system. A 220 gallon new oil tank and equal sized used oil tank will be fitted within the engine room. New oil can be filled via 1Yi" deck fitting amidships on starboard side while used oil can be pumped ashore across transom. A portable AC powered pump is utilized to transfer to/from locations, via hose whips and quick connect fitting from hard piping.

Head and Fire Insulation: The Engine Room and ventilation ducts are insulated against thermal conductivity meeting the A-30 rating and sound damping.

Insulation: The bulkheads and duct work leading to the engine room will be lined with a thermal barrier of insulation.

Dive Equipment Locker: The vessel is fitted with an area for dive support equipment, including dive compressor, tank storage and suit storage. The area is located in the equipment room on the starboard side, aft of the engine room with direct access to the swim platform.

Compressed Air/Ship's Supply: The vessel has a compressed-air system for powering the ship's whistle, as well as for use in the machinery spaces for air-powered tools. The system consists of compressor, piping system; quick-connect fittings, and accumulator tank for whistle.

Refrigeration/Freezer: The vessel has a huge walk-in combination freezer/refrigerator off the galley. There is also a large commercial quality refrigerator in the galley, as well as freezer space in the equipment room for storage of compressed garbage.

Engine Room Ventilation: The Engine Room is supplied with fresh air via forced draft fan and de-misters from the exterior of the Sun Deck. Engine Room air will be discharged to the exterior of the Sun Deck via forced draft fan on the starboard side. A constant balanced pressure and maximum temperature will be controlled automatically and fan speed adjusted accordingly. Fire dampers are installed in the main in/out ducts and have automatic trips with manual re-sets.

Audio/Video: Each accommodation space is equipped with audio/video entertainment equipment, which provides for a variety of entertainment choices from over-the-air radio and television (NST/PA L), satellite-based radio and television, as well as onboard audio/video sources such as DVD and CD.

Fixed Fire System: Fixed Fire System: The accommodation spaces are protected by a sprinkler system. The engine room is protected by C02 and automatic trigger of fire dampers and fuel unit shut-downs.

Safety Equipment: The vessel is to be equipped with all safety equipment required for charter service under Cayman Islands Shipping Registration of up to 12 passengers.

The name VANGO is reserved.

• Helicopter is excluded from the sale of this vessel. However, it can be purchased separately.
• Jet skis not included.
• The owners and crews personal belongings.
• A detailed list of exclusions will be provided at the time of sale

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