Go anywhere yacht, CRISS C has already been twice around the world. She is loved and kept in top condition. She offers amazing interior volumes flooded with natural light, 5 large staterooms and great sun deck with storage for large tenders. An exceptional solid and elegant long range explorer , zero speed, very economical yacht to run. VAT paid.
DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
Speed / Weight
Hull & Deck
Coast Guard #:
Guest SR/S: 5/11
- Crew R/B/S: 3/6/6
111' 7" (34.00m)
26' 11" (8.20m)
6' 11" (2.10m)
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Diana Yacht Design
Contemporary beauty and simple elegance define CRISS C’s styling. The fresh and airy interior has been designed by Felix Buytendijk.
MAIN DECK: Aft deck with ample seating for up to 12 persons leading to the a luminous main salon boasting great volumes and equipped with entertainment center, video and music library, board games and a dining area seating 10 persons forward. The styling is enhanced by large windows, exceptional blonde sycamore paneling, smooth overheads and teak flooring as evidenced in the large main salon.
Galley and powder room forward leading to owner’s office and stateroom featuring walk in closet, vanity and ensuite bathroom with shower and bath.
FLYBRIDGE: Featuring expansive lounging space and equipped with a permanent bimini top, whirlpool bath and 4 sun pads.
Located port aft is a VIP bedroom with king size bed.
Port forward is a twin cabin
Starboard aft is a twin cabin equipped with a third “Pullman” folding bed
Starboard forward is a twin cabin as well.
All bedrooms feature an ensuite bathroom
Electronics and Navigational Equipment
Serious attention was devoted to electronics installations, including the specification of redundant navigational instruments and the latest in worldwide communications equipment.
GPS antenna : Furuno GP 500 Mk 2 + GP-32
Autopilot: Simrad AP50 + Gyrocompass
Speed indicator: Robertson Dataline Speed
VHF: Sailor RT 4047 + ICOM IC-M604
- MaxSea Time zero software version 1.9.0 with AIS
- 1 emitter/ receptor AIS Black Box Class B
- Radars: Furuno FR 7040 + Furuno 2117 Black Box X Band
Designed by Bishop Marine: Compliant with I.E.C. and C.E.I. requirements. CRISS C’s elaborate electrical system offers total flexibility in voltage and cycles.
220/380 V AC. 3 phase - 50 Hz for power circuits
24 VDC battery banks
Atlas Shore Power Frequency Converter (services in 2007)
New service (16 x 6 volts - 225 Ah AGM) and engines (4 x 12 volts 225 Ah "Maintenance Free") batteries in December 2011
Engine /Mechanical Equipment
Fuel consumption is a fraction of that of similar yachts. You may expect around 23 US gallons/hour (87 liters/hour) at about 10.5 knots.
2 x 425 hp@1200 RPM, CAT 3412 TA, Unrestricted Continuous Duty
(4 335.30 hours main engines port side on 19/01/ 2015)
(4 355.30 hours main engines starboard side on 19/01/ 2015)
Gearbox: ZF Marine BW 250, 3.09:1 Ratio
Propellers: Michigan 4 blade “Workhorse”
Stabilizers: QUANTUM ARC 3001 with zero speed
Generators: 1 x Northern Lights 42 kW (10,000 hrs) + 2 x Northern Lights 66 kW (overhauled 2007) Gen 1 – 17 058 hours on 19 Jan 2015
Gen 2 – 25 684 hours on 19 Jan 2015
Gen 3 – 28 698 hours on 20 March 2013
Bow thruster: 55 HP American Bow Thruster
Windlass: 2 x Muir V5000 Hydraulic
Air Conditioning: AQUA AIR by J.D Nall. 2 x 10 Ton chilled water + reverse cycle
Water Maker: 2 x Water Makers Inc. (5,000 ltr /10 hrs)
Works carried out during the last major overhauls in 2007 and 2008:
Tender maintenance by EAMS in 2007
Radar maintenance by ARIMAR in 2007
New teak rear deck, windlass overhaul and crane repair by Bradford Marine in 2007
Overhaul of generators by Dougan in 2007
Satellite TV added by Mc Laughlin in 2007
Upgrading of the electricity network by ESOTERIC in 2007
Upgrades on the ATLAS converter by ATLAS in 2007
New sun cover by OCEANSIDE in 2007
Replacement of the injectors and cylinder head gaskets in 2007
Watermaker by Octo Marine in 2008
Crane certification, autopilot & gyro, rudders by CMP yard in 2008
Air Conditioning repair by Polymarine in 2008
New shower for crew by Monaco Yacht Design 2008
Changed parts on stabilizers by Quantum in 2008
ABS survey by Beconcini in 2008
Maintenance on stabilizers - same
Overhaul of propellers and propeller shaft - same
Antifouling – same
ABS last annual survey in September 2011
CRISS C has undergone several overhauls and continuous maintenance throughout her life, details and invoices are available upon request.
Galley and Laundry
Cooking Range & Oven: Gaggenau
Extractor: Viking Professional
Refrigerator & Freezer: General Electric
Freezers: 3 x Liebherr
Cold Store: Forster Long Fresh
Wine cellar: Forster Long Fresh
C/D player: SONY Drive SMP3
Ice Maker: ICER-ETTE
Dish washer: MIELE G-1830
Microwave oven: SHARP R-96ST-A
Washing machines: 2 x MIELE professional PW 6066 plus
Dryers: 2 x MIELE professional PW 7136 plus
Audio And Visual Equipment
Flat screen TV in Master cabin: Sharp 33’
Flat screen TV in 2 Guest cabins: Sharp 25'
Flat screen TV in Crew Mess: Sharp 22’
Satellite TV: SEA TEL Dac 2200
4 external speakers: Infinity
Home theater in salon: Sanyo + Luxman
Deck and Safety Equipment
Safe: 1 in Ship’s office + 1 in Captain’s cabin
Life rafts: 2 x Viking for 16 persons each
Lifebuoys: 2 x Perrybuoy with smoke and light
Firefighting: KIDDE fixed carbon dioxide system
Life jackets: 16 x Adults + 6 x Children
VHF Portable: 2 x Standard Horizon Submersible HX270E
VHF/GMDSS: 2 x ICOM IC-GM1600E
FM Transceivers: 4 x ICOM Pro
Smoke Signal: 2 x Pains Wessex Man overboard 360
Line Thrower: 4 x Pains Wessex Speedline 250
EPIRB: Mc MURDO cat. 1 / auto - Validity 02/2017
SART: Mc MURDO
Tenders and Toys
Tender : AVON 2010. 5,80 m. with Suzuki 140 hp
Tender: Novurania with YAMAHA F60 TLR (60 hp)
Jet Ski: Kawasaki STX-15F
Scuba: 4 x complete sets + compressor on board
CRISS C was carefully designed for an experienced yachtsman whose plans included a round the world cruise which she has accomplished as well as numerous Atlantic crossings thereby proving to be the ultimate long range medium size cruiser.
The shallow draft and the scanning sonar allow access to uncharted anchorages and beaches which have to be skipped by other yachts.