• 34.34 m
  • 2000
  • Italy
  • 4 000 000 €


Price Reduced to indicate serious interest in selling MYSTERY.

Nautor’s Swan - one of the premier composite sailing yacht builders of Series production yachts commissioned German Frers Sr. to design a flagship for the Swan fleet in the late 1990s.  Subsequently 5 total Swan 112’s were built and delivered.  “Mystery” is 112/02 and was delivered in late 2000 as “No Logic”.   She differs from her sisterships in having a wraparound deckhouse windsheild and single saloon “up” layout.       Her interior was designed by Dick Young and classic in style while offering the owner and crew areas enormous volume. <?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" /><?xml:namespace prefix = "o" />


The Frers design pedigree is evident on “Mystery” with her easily driven hull form and powerful sail plan while Nautor engineered the systems and machinery to megayacht levels of quality and redundancy.  The Swan 112 series is the pinnacle of Finnish yacht building excellence in design, fit, finish and systems.   “Mystery” has benefitted from liberal refit expenditures including a complete mechanical refit/rebuild in 2007 all generators and her main engine. 

Upon recent inspection she was noted to be in superb condition in all respects.  



  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: NAUTOR'S SWAN
  • Category: Cruising/Racing Sailboat
  • Model: N/A
  • Model Year: 2000
  • YearBuilt: 2000
  • Year Refit: 2015
  • Refit Type: electrical, paint
  • Tax Paid: VAT Unpaid
  • Country: Italy
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 4/0 - Crew R/B/S: 2/5/5
  • LOA: 112' 8" (34.34m)
  • LWL: 92' 5" (28.16m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 24' 5" (7.42m)
  • Min Draft: --
  • Max Draft: 14' 10" (4.50m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 10 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: 11 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 130 Short Ton
  • Gross Tonnage: --
  • Water Capacity: 800 Liters
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 6,500 Liters
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: N/A
  • Sleeps: N/A
  • State Rooms: 4
  • Crew Berths: 5
  • Crew Sleeps: 5
  • Crew Heads: 2
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Composite Fiberglass
  • Deck Material: Composite
  • Hull Configuration: Fin & Bulb
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: German Frers
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: Awlgrip
  • Exterior Designer: German Frers
  • Interior Designer: Dick Young and Nautor Design Group
  • Manufacturer: MTU
  • Model: 6R 183TE72
  • Engine Count: Single
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Detailed Specifications








































Naval Architect:

German Frers





Interior Designer:

Dick Young & Nautor Design Group






Oy Nautor AB






December 2000






July 2001






Marshall islands – Commercially Registered






3 aft + 1 Nanny cabin (4th cabin)












Performance Cruiser/Racer






Length Overall

34.34 m





Length Waterline

28.16 m






7.42 m






4.50 m





Displacement full load

110 tons





Displacement full load

130 tons






28 tons





Built under Bureau Veritas






I = 39.30 m (129’10”) Fore triangle 236.8m2

2549 sq. ft.





J = 12.05 m (39’5”) Main sail 237.8m2

2560 sq. ft





P = 36.87 (121’0”) Reacher 331.5m2

3568 sq. ft





E = 12.90 m (42’3”) MPS683.02m2

7352 sq.ft




Main Engine:

MTU 305 Kw/414 hp

5852 hours (March 2016)





Hunderstat 4 bladed, variable pitch, skewed back






2 x Northern Lights M 44 5D 35 kW each. Stbd,. 24,054 hours, port: 22,739 hours (March 2016)






1 x Northern Lights Night Generators, 12 kW





Bow Thruster:

45 kW retractable, hydraulically driven






6,500 liters






260 liter tanks, one for oil and one for waste





Winches, Drum:

2 x Lewmar 111 ST Hydraulic, reaching sail sheets






2 x Lewmar 88 ST Hydraulic, mooring winches






2 x Lewmar 88 ST utility winches at mast base






1 x Lewmar 88 ST jib halyard in bilge near mast






AB Aluminium Hull Rib, 4.0M Yamaha 50hp Yamaha





Winches captive:

1 x Rondal RW 4000, main halyard






2 x Rondal RW 4000, main sheets






2 x Rondal RW 6000, jib sheets






2 x Rondal RW 4000, running backstays






2 x Rondal for runner stowage lines






2 x Lewmar 6000 hydraulic windlasses





Hydraulic System:

Ring main system with five different power sources






Main Engine PTO (NEW 2015)






Port Generator PTO






Starboard Generator PTO






2 DC Electric motors





Freshwater & Watermaker:

2,500 liter






80 liter pressure tank






300 liter hot Water after chlorifier






Sea Recovery Coral Sea, production 544 l/h






City Water connection to the pressure system





Air Con:

120,000 BTU Marine Air (3 compressors) with separate heater 18Kw






Indesit frontloading refrigerator, 220V






Indesit frontloading freezer, 220V






Saloon bar, Miele K 116, 143 liters






Cockpit refrigerator






Under floor freezer in galley





Ice Maker:

Galley, Isotherm Ice Maker 4 kg per 24 hours






Dishwasher Miele G 7769, 13 minute cycle






Washer Miele WS 5435 lp






Dryer Miele T 5205 c






2 x Mastervolt 24/5000 VA (New 2015)






2 x Mastervolt 24/5000 VA (New 2015)





Shore Power:

Atlas Energy System frequency converter 25 Kva (New 2014)






Accepting input voltages of 180 – 500V AC, 47-63 Hz






1 or 3 phase





Entertainment Systems:

42” Samsung SMART TV (New 2015)






Speakers B + W Silver Signature 24, left and right speaker B + W centre speaker




Speakers rear, left and right surround Subwoofers 2 x Triad








Processor Proceed AVP




Amplifier proceed AMS












IPod Dock




Bose Aft deck and cockpit speakers (New 2015)



Owner’s Stateroom:

Bose surround system life style




5 speakers and subwoofer




DVD player Phillips




VCR/TV tuner multi system Sony delete, makes the boat sound old




2 x LCD screens Sharp 15”




IPod Dock



Guest Cabins:

Bang & Olufsen system




DVD player Phillips




VCR/TV tuner, mulit system Sony delete, makes the boat sound old




LCD screen Sharp 15”




IPod Dock




Mast Head & Engine Room cameras



Navigation Systems:

MAXSEA – including all charts of the world




FURUNO TZT Black Box RADAR (New 2015)




Simrad AP70 Autopilot (New 2015)








SAILOR TR6222 VHF (New 2015)

SAILOR RT6310 SSB (New 2015)




FURUNO FA150 AIS (New 2015)




FURUNO PG500 GPS Compass (New 2015)




B&G H5000 (New 2015)



Sat Communications:

Thrane & Thrane FB500 (Satellite broadband)




JRC Fleet 33




Thrane & Thrane Sat C (new 2015 with DSC)



Other Communications:













WiFi Networks throughout the yacht

(All computer and IT equipment new 2015)



US Duty

Not Paid




Not Paid











2015 Refit















Full superstructure and hull refinishing; repainted in AlexSeal Snow White.



Full service to the air conditioning system; including new ducting, chilled water pipe insulation and new fans.



Complete re wire of both helm stations; this included new dashes, all new engine controls, switches, joysticks and Hatteland 15 inch displays.



New mast and engine room IP camera system



New hydraulic PLC’s



New load shedding and control PLC’s



New Marex controllable pitch propeller controls



New running rigging by Gleinstein



Full disassembly of mast and rigging for servicing.



Nautor’s Swan - one of the premier composite sailing yacht builders of Series production yachts commissioned German Frers Sr. to design a flagship for the Swan fleet in the late 1990s. Subsequently. A total of five Swan 112’s were built and delivered. “Mystery” is 112/02 and was delivered in late 2000 as “No Logic”. She differs from her sisterships in having a wraparound deckhouse windshield and single saloon “up” layout. Her interior was designed by Dick Young while classic in style she offers the enormous volume for both guests and crew.






The Frers design pedigree is evident on “Mystery” with her easily driven hull form and powerful sail plan. Nautor engineered her systems and machinery to megayacht levels of quality and redundancy. The Swan 112 series is the pinnacle of Finnish yacht building excellence in design, fit, finish and systems.



























The hull is of single skin construction built in female mould using glass fibre reinforced vinylester laminate. A high proportion of the fibers are unidirectional, giving a stiff laminate with excellent strength and fatigue properties. Structural bulkheads are of foam-cored plywood sandwich construction and laminated to hull and deck. Stiffener flanges are unidirectional lay-ups. Engine beds are of GRP with steel inserts. Special care is taken to assure rigid foundation and proper adhesion to hull.






Ballast Keel:



The ballast bulb is lead casting alloyed with antimony and bolted to a steel fin. Keel bolts are of high-tensile stainless steel.









The rudder is foam filled GRP with tapered lightweight hollow composite stock, supported by two self-aligning roller bearings. Lower tip of rudder designed to break before the stock, new in 2010.






Steering System:



Sprocket and chain steering gear, sheaves provided with guards to prevent jamming. Aluminum steering quadrant bolted to rudder stock. Twin 55" destroyer type wheels with teak trim and disconnecting clutch, 4.5 turns H.O. to H.O. Pedestals with roller bearings and friction brake. Emergency steering by autopilot.






Dinghy Garage:



Storage in lazarette for a 4.3 m hard bottom inflatable AB dinghy. ** The tender does not fit inside unless the outboard is off and the tubes deflated. Hydraulically operated transom platform and winch for launching and hauling. A ladder with teak threads and hand rail leads from the main deck to the garage. A swim ladder with flush stainless steel fittings can be attached to the platform. Both ladders have storage in dinghy garage. The garagealso hasa hot and cold shower with a hose adapter.









A 3.5 m hydraulically operated folding passarelle is recessed into starboard lazarette. The passarelle has a remote control operation as well as control buttons from inside the starboard lazarette. (Rebuilt 2015)






Side Boarding Ladder:



A hydraulically operated side boarding ladder is recessed amidships on starboard side. Halogen lights are installed to light the steps. The ladder has aremote control as well as control buttons on a wandering lead. Deck shower adjacent to the ladder. (Rebuilt 2015)






Stern Anchor:



Storage for stern anchor on port side in lazarette.






Shore Connection Locker:



Hinged lid flush with transom. Shore power cable outlet via cable mast unit.



City water connection.



Land line telephone connection.



Shore Ethernet connection



Cable TV connection.









Deck is of GRP sandwich construction with closed-cell foam core, and glued and through-bolted to the hull. High density core under deck fittings.




Teak Woodwork:


Laid teak battens originally 60 x 16 mm on side decks, coach roof and cockpit soles, glued and vacuum bagged without screws. GRP bulwark with teak capping varnished with of high gloss varnish (currently 12 coats). Removable foot supports for helmsman. Teak decks are in good condition, recently sanded.






Drum Winches


Two Lemar 111 St hydraulic reacher/spi sheet winches aft of cockpit.


Twin Lewmar mooring winches on the aft deck.


Two Lewmar 88 ST hydraulic utility winches near the mast.


One Lewmar 88 ST jib halyard winch under the floorboards near the mast.




Captive Winches:


One Rondal RW 4000 main halyard winch under the floorboards near the mast.


Two Rondal RW 4000 main sheet winches in deck lockers aft.


Two Rondal RW 6000 jib sheet winches in side deck lockers.


Two Rondal RW 4000 running backstay winches in lazarette.


Two Rondal runner retrieval winches in deck lockers near main shrouds.




Stemhead Fitting And Chain Plates:


Recessed stainless steel head stay attachment. Composite main shroud chain plates near reinforced mast bulkhead. Recesses composite chain plates attached to hull structure for split backstay.




Fittings For Running Rigging:


Stainless sheet tracks for jib with stainless steel cars. Reaching sail sheeting points on the bulwark. Flush stainless screw-in fittings with blocks for:




Gennaker tack on stem


Gennaker sheets on bulwark


Leads on bulwark to winches aft




Other Deck Fittings:


Stainless steel fairleads integrated in bulwark, two forward, four amidships and four aft.


18" stainless mooring cleats, two on fore deck, four amidships, four aft.


Pulpit, pushpit and lifeline stanchions 750 mm high of stainless steel.


Spacing conforming to ORC requirements. Stainless lifelines. Gates in lifelines each side amidships and in pushpit. Socket for flag pole on aft deck. Two folding seats on pushpit.


Stowage for two twelve-man life rafts on aft deck bracket. Composite mast collar and boot.


Stainless fittings for jacklines on deck.


Two halyard bails at base of mast.




Hatches And Windows:


On fore deck two hinged hatches to anchor stowage and windlasses.


White frames.


Tinted custom Nautor composite deck hatches, flush-mounted with white framing and teak trim.


Raised saloon windows of tinted and tempered glass.


Pneumatically powered main companionway sliding hatch of tinted acrylic and vertically sliding drop board of composite with white gelcoat finish.


Pneumatically controlled cockpit coaming sliding doors port and starboard.


On side deck midships two hinged hatches to jib sheet winch lockers.


On side deck Starboard side above engine room one escape hatch, and one inspection hatch for side boarding ladder.


Port side Deck, one hatch to fill fuel, hydraulic and oil tank and one hatch to deck wash locker containing, fresh water hose, salt water deck wash connection and fire hose connection.


Three small fixed non opening deck lights over aft passageway in cockpit.




On aft deck two hinged hatches to lazarettes and one hatch to dinghy garage.


All hinged hatches are supported by gas cylinders.






On both sides L – shaped sofas seating 10 persons. Cockpit table with GRP surface and fiddles. The table can be reduced from full size to coffee table and has adjustable height. Forward in cockpit towel locker and top loading drink fridge.














Selected light teak and various other woods. The teak is finished with semi gloss urethane with the grain completely filled.




Cabin sole:


Floorboards are made of a special noise reducing plywood/polymer sandwich. The top face is teak with holly inserts. The bottom face is gaboon. The floorboards are varnished with eight coats of urethane varnish and have the same hand-rubbed satin finish as the rest of the interior. All floorboards are lying on vibration damping materials and provided with hinges where frequent access to the bilge is required. Suction lifters provided.






Partitions are of sandwich construction, consisting of two layers of 6mm marine plywood with a core of acoustic foam and a noise barrier in between. Separate skin panels of 5 mm marine plywood with 0.6 teak veneers.






All hanging lockers are fitted with rails for dress hanging and hooks where practical. Internal light automatically switches on when doors are opened.




Blinds and Screens:


All opening deck hatches are fitted with Ocean Air roller blinds and mosquito screens.


Master cabin deck hatches are electrically opened. The deckhouse and hull windows are fitted with electrically operated blinds.






All mattresses are of sprung type high quality manufactured for marine use and fitted with covers for protection. Mattress bases are Deltaflex-type batten nets to provide ventilation on underside. Each berth is fitted with a canvas lee cloth or plywood leeboard.






All upholstery foams and fillings are non-flammable. Cotton dust covers for all sofas and settees.






Owner and guest bathrooms have teak-veneered bulkheads and teak floorboards with holly inserts. Corian counter tops and splash back with under mounted sinks. Glass door to shower stall with custom plated gold hardware. Mirror doors on bathroom lockers. Vinyl covered overhead panels.




Bathroom Fittings:


Each bathroom is fitted with heated towel rails, 2 towel hooks, 1 toilet roll holder, 1 toilet brush and holder, 1 concealed waste bin, 1 soap bar holder, 2 glass holders and 1 hair dryer.














Partitions between cabins and corridors, etc. are built to meet a 30 dB (A) reduction of airborne sound. Hull above propeller area sound insulated.




Noise Limits:


The noise levels at cruising speed. 10 knots/1400rpm, shall not exceed the following values:






Compartment Category

Noise Rating


Owner’s Cabin

approx. 64 dB (A)


Aft Guest Cabins

approx. 65 dB (A)


Raised Saloon

approx. 65 dB (A)


Forward Guest Cabin

approx. 63 dB (A)


Crew Quarters

approx. 57 dB (A)


Exterior Decks

approx. 68 dB (A)






The noise level with only one generator and air conditioning running is approximately 10 dB (A) lower than the above mentioned.









Two queen berths with lee boards either side. Bed side table with two drawers on each side. Hull windows each side, central desk. Large hanging lockers on port and starboard sides. Vanity/writing desk port side with chair that can be secured under desk while sailing. Cabin fitted with shelves, drawers and lockers. Forward bulkhead has stereo and two flat screen TV’s. Deck hatch with folding escape ladder at forward end.




Separate His and Hers bathrooms. Floorboards in teak with holly inserts. Bulkheads in veneered teak. Marble counter tops with rounded/shaped front edges and back splash. Integral bathroom cupboard with mirror front.




“His” has a shower, “hers” a bath. Marble on bulkheads and floors. Glass shower doors with custom stainless hardware.









Twin berths with vanity/writing desk between. Locker for TV & stereo above desk. Shelf outboard with lockers above. Three drawers under each berth. One movable chair that can be secured under the desk. Full length hanging locker.




En suite with shower, toilet, marble finish.








Twin berths with vanity/writing desk between. Locker for TV & stereo above desk. Shelf outboard with lockers above. Three drawers under each berth. One movable chair that can be secured under the desk. Full length hanging locker.


En suite with shower, toilet, marble finish.







Retractable 50” Samsung LED Smart TV on a concealed pocket lift behind lounge sofa.









Marex engine controls, sailing and navigation instruments under sliding lid forward starboard side of main saloon. (New 2015)








Aft portside of saloon.

Countertop with fiddles in teak. Sink covered with teak board. Taps hidden underneath sink cover. Drink fridge and space for ice bucket aft. Glass and bottle storage aft of fridge. Drawer for utensils. Large backlit glass cabinet for glasses.

Miele K311 i-6 0.1 kW refrigerator.






Single lower berth with vanity/writing desk inboard. Locker for stereo above desk. Upper Pullman berth which folds away. One movable chair that can be secured under desk. Full length hanging locker.

En suite again Marble finish.







Opposite forward guest cabin.


Main electrical switchboards including alarm and supervision panels.


Main electrical relay and control units. Office space with desk and instruments for navigation and communications. Main access to engine room.


Shelves and drawers for manuals and files.









Bulkheads in white panels with teak details.


Upper locker doors white painted board.


Lower locker doors and drawer fronts in teak.


Counter top in Corian and fiddles in teak.


Integral sinks.


One Front-loaded refrigerators 170 liters, One front-loaded freezer 108 liters.


Gas stove with electrical Miele oven and two-burner ceramic hob.


Chest of drawers including a wooded cutting board.


Dishwasher forward on centerline.


Two large steel sinks with Corian covers.


One “Quooker” instant hot water, with tap at sink.


Iso Therm Ice cube maker aft of dishwasher. Garbage bin aft of sinks.


Upper lockers for crockery and glasses. Lower locker for pots and pans.









Bulkheads in white painted board with teak details.


U-shaped sofa seating five.


Miele Washing machine and dryer in sofa wings.


Dining table Corian surface with low fiddles.


TV with PLEX and SONOS


Alarm panel.


GRP storage bins and Freezer under floorboards.








Lower part of bulkheads in teak veneer, upper part in white painted board.

One lower and one upper single berth outboard and one single lower berth on CL.

Four drawers under lower berths.

Shelves outboard of lower berth.

Full length hanging locker forward of outboard berths.

Full-length mirror on bathroom door.

Head and shower Corian finishes to surfaces in shower and sink splash backs.






Lower part of bulkheads in teak veneer, upper part in white painted board.

Upper and lower berths outboard.

Four drawers under lower berth and shelves outboard.

Lockers outboard of upper berth.

Full length hanging locker on aft bulkhead.

Full-length mirror on bathroom door.

Separate head shower Corian finishes to surfaces in shower and sink back splah.







Watertight bulkhead aft.


Bulkheads, floorboards and topsides painted white.


Rails for hanging mooring lines, sheets and halyards.


Fitted with shelves and hanging bars for stowage.


Fixed ladder for entry.


Port side sail bin for spinnakers.





Anchor Locker




Anchor stowage and windlasses.


Painted white.











Engine room internally sound insulated.


Equipment and sound insulation mounted in accordance with the noise and vibration consultant’s advice.


Fire resistance meeting SOLAS B-15requiements.


Propeller area sound insulated.




Drip trays under engine and diesel generators are connected to an electric waste oil drain pump via a valve chest.




The installation of all equipment shall take account of serviceability and access.




Main Engine:


Marine engine MTU 6R 183 TE7, output 305 kW/414 HP at 1900 rpm, with CP marine reduction gear type Mekanord 270 HS/LS.




Accessories for the engine:


Sensors with meters in engine room, raised saloon and cockpit.


Three alternators.


Bilge pump.


Flexible coupling for fly wheel.


Reduction gear with thrust bearing and servo for CP propeller.




Engine reduction gear is supported on flexible mounts.




Propeller and Stern Gear:


The propeller shaft is made of corrosion resistant steel. Shaft supported by water-lubricated rubber bearings at bracket and stern tube. Four-bladed controllable pitch skew-back propeller with feathering position, diameter 1,0 m. Propeller pitch is adjusted automatically according to RPM setting.




Exhaust System:


Dry exhaust system with fiberglass silencers and gas/water separators installed for both main engine and diesel generators. Water is discharged below waterline midships. Exhaust gases from main engine and diesel generators exit under transom. Silencers are provided with drain tap and flexibly supported on vibration dampening brackets.




Fuel System:


Fuel capacity approximately 6,500 liters in six stainless steel tanks.


The tanks are provided with baffles, inspection covers, level indicators and are vented to deck. The tanks have individual shutoff valves and are pressure tested to 0.3 bar. One 2” deck filler line is provided, close to the station of maximum beam.




One fuel feeder tank in engine room.


The feed lines to the engine and diesel generators are equipped with 10 µ fuel filter/water separators with water alarm. For main engine is a dual filter mounted so as to permit uninterrupted running of the engine while changing filter elements.


Single filters are used for diesel generators.




Lubricating Oil System:


Two 60 liter oil tanks are provided, one clean oil tank and one dirty oil tank. One deck filler connection provided for each tank. The dirty oil tank can be filled from the engine and emptied to the deck with an electric pump via a valve chest.




Starting System:


The engine and diesel generators have their own starting battery sets.




Engine Controls




Cockpit, Port Pedestal:


Engine control ON/OFF


Start and stop buttons


Single lever control for throttle and fwd/reverse




Warning light and audible alarm for low oil pressure/high coolant temperature, low coolant level or low flow of cooling water


Warning light and audible alarm for gear box low oil pressure and high temperature


Paralleling button for engine starting and service batteries


Coolant temperature gauge


Oil pressure gage


Control light for starting and service battery charging


Fuel tank gauge for fuel feeder tank


Bowthruster control


Light controls


Captive winch sail controls


Cockpit, Starboard Pedestal:


Engine controls ON/OFF


Start and stop buttons


Single lever control for throttle and fwd/reverse






Warning light and audible alarm for low oil pressure/coolant temperature, low coolant level or low flow of cooling water


Warning light and audible alarm for gear box low oil pressure and high temperature


Generator start/stop and PTO selections


Captive winch sail controls




Raised Saloon:


Engine controls ON/OFF


Start and stop buttons


Single lever controls for throttle and fwd/reverse




Warning light and audible alarm common for low oil pressure/high coolant temperature, low coolant level or low flow on cooling water for main engine and gear box low oil pressure and high temperature.




Engine Room:


Engine controls ON/OFF with master switch


Start and stop buttons




Coolant temperature gauge


Oil pressure gauge


Warning light and audible alarm for low oil pressure/high coolant temperature, low coolant level or low flow of cooling water for main engine and high temperature for gear box.


Oil manometer and oil thermometer for gear box.


Paralleling button for main engine starting and service 2 batteries.








The hydraulic system is designed to provide the oil pressure and flow needed for the onboard functions and also to control these efficiently.


Power Sources:

The system has five separate power sources. Each source can be operated independently. The power sources are:

One PTO pump on main engine reduction gear (New 2015)

Port and starboard Generator PTO pumps

Two DC Electric motor standby pump units

As the sail handling is independent on hydraulics it is important to have alternative power sources to ensure trouble free operation.


Ring Main:

The hydraulic system is a ring main system fed from the above mentioned sources. This means that each control valve is situated close to the operating unit, giving a precise control. This allows for a quiet and smooth operation, eliminating inherent hydraulic noise and vibration.


Oil Reservoir:

All pumps are fed from the oil reservoir, on which the two DC power unites are mounted. The reservoir also has a water cooling circuit, a level switch and a return line filter.


Flow Limiting Valves:

Each individual function in the hydraulic system is equipped with a flow limiting valve, thus enabling the right amount of oil to be fed to each function.


Variable Displacement Pumps:

The variable displacement pumps allow only a set amount of power to be drawn from the power source.

Most functions require either high speed with little power or slow speed with high power. Such demands can be met by these pumps.


Automatic Power:

The DC power pumps will start up automatically depending on demand.


Crash Stop:

Emergency crash stop for the sail handling hydraulics is provided on Starboard steering pedestals.


Main Engine PTO Pump:

A variable displacement pump is connected to the reduction gear PTO via an electronically operated integral clutch. The main purpose for the pump is to provide the power for the bow thruster, the secondary purpose to operate the sail settings functions. Because the engine also needs sufficient power for propulsion the pump output is suitably limited.


Generator PTO Pumps:

A variable displacement pump is connected to each generator PTO via an electrically operated clutch. The main purpose for each pump is to provide the power for sail handling. Because the generator also needs sufficient power for generating electricity a maximum of two main functions can be operated simultaneously by one PTO pump.


DC Pumps:

The two 5 kW DC powered units’ primary function is for the silent running of the yacht. This is the case at night when generators are stopped and hydraulic power is required.

Their secondary function is as a backup for sail handling in the event of an emergency when the diesel generators are not available. Then the speed of the hydraulic functions will be reduced and only one function can be operated at a time.


Bow thruster:

45 kW bow thruster, retractable type, hydraulically driven from PTO on the main engine reduction gear. The thruster is producing approximately 600 kp thrust.






In the design of the interior and the technical systems special care has been taken to reduce vibration and noise in the accommodation and recreation areas of the vessel. The design of the structure was undertaken with due regard to minimizing the transmission of vibration and noise to the main hull, interior, mast and deck.



Machinery and equipment, which may be potential sources of vibration are insulated from the main structure by suitable and efficient damping arrangements. Settings are designed to avoid resonance with the major exciting frequencies of the machinery.


Noise Transmission:

The transmission of structure-borne noise, where electric cabling, pipes and equipment are attached to hull structure or pass through bulkheads and deck heads forming boundaries to machinery spaces is attenuated by means of resilient mountings, insulated attachments and pipe hangers.


Attention has been paid to the selection of ventilation fans and machinery and to their location onboard with the objective of avoiding excessive noise levels in accommodation spaces, deck recreation areas and navigating positions.


Adequate sound insulation of machinery spaces is provided to prevent passage of airborne noise into accommodation areas.






Sea water hoses of reinforced PVC tubing, fresh water piping of polypropylene, nylon and copper tubing.

Hot water pipes to be insulated with pipe insulation. Special attention has been paid to ensuring that bilge pump suction pipes are mounted in easily accessible positions to allow debris to be cleared.


Particularly in the engine room, piping is color coded with stick on labels, including an arrow to indicate direction of flow, so that the contents of pipes can be recognized.


Freshwater System:

A pressurized hot and cold water system is installed. Hot and cold water is distributed to all heads, to the galley, to deck showers and to deck wash outlets on fore, mid and aft deck. Filler line on side deck is led to a valve chest located in crew quarters. The valve chest has valves for each water pressure pump. A hot water Circulation pump is also installed to provide instant hot water throughout the yacht.


Pressure Pump:

Water pressure system with Grundfoss MQ3 or equivalent pump, to assure quiet operation. One 80 liter pressure tank to be connected to the system. A standby 24 volt DC spare pump is plumbed in.



Two tanks with a total capacity of approximately 2,500 liters. Tanks are welded of stainless steel and provided with baffles, inspection covers, level indicators and vent pipes. All tanks are pressure tested to 0.3 bar. A central gauge with selector switch is located in the galley.


Deck Showers:

One deck shower adjacent to the side boarding ladder and one deck shower in dinghy garage. Both showers have hose connections.


Water Maker:

One Sea Recovery Coral Sea 13M3/SW/S1 water maker with a production of 544 1/h and equipped with remote monitor.

The water maker is provided with dual 5 micron cartridge pre-filters and oil water separator. Also included is a multimedia filter and a cleaning tank. The salinity monitoring is automatic and temperature compensated. Water maker system provided with proper flushing and pickling systems as to permit easy maintenance.


City Water:

City water connection that allows shore water to be piped directly into the pressure water system via a pressure regulator and check valve.


Sea Water System:

Electrical anchor/deck wash pump with connections on fore and mid deck. The anchor chain wash down has nozzles on the bow that direct water jets onto the chain. 20 m (66ft.) A separate fire pump is fitted with connections at mid ships. Three fire hoses provided.


Drainage System


Grey Water Tanks:

Two stainless steel grey water tanks, with a total capacity of approximately 800 liters, fitted with baffles, inspection covers, level indicators and vent lines. The tanks are emptied by electrical pumps.


Bilge Pumps:

There are five separate bilges, fore peak, forward, engine room, aft and lazarette bilge. Each bilge is equipped with a submersible DC pump 140l/minute. Two manual 100 l/minute bilge pumps are installed, one for fore peak ad forward bilge, the other for aft and lazarette bilge. One engine driven manual clutch pump 250 l/minute is installed as an emergency pump.



Tecma Toilets, 24 V with fresh water flushing.


Black Water Tanks:

Two stainless steel black water tanks, one forward and one aft. Capacity about 300 liters each, with indication at ¾ full and full.

The tanks are fitted with baffles, inspection covers and vent lines. The tanks can be emptied by a 24 V DC electrical pumps or by deck suction lines.


Gas Installation:

Space for three 6 kg gas bottles (diameter 305 mm, height 520 mm) in drained locker. Pressure regulator (30 mbar), Automatic leak detectors fitted in the Galley and the Gas locker. Remote magnetic shutoff valve are placed inside the locker. There is also a manual gas shutoff valve in the galley.






Four burner gas stove with extractor hood.

Miele KM 84-2 ceramic , 1.1 + 1.6 kw Hob 2 burner

Miele H340 BT, 3.7 kW hot air and grill electric oven with infrared grill, gimbaled and provided with fiddles.

Miele M 636 EC, 3.7 kW microwave oven

Miele G7760, 6.7 kW, 13 minute cycle dishwasher

Miele WS 5425LP. 3.2 kW kg, 1200 rpm washing machine

Miele T5205C, 2.9 kW condensing type, 6 kg dryer

Quooker PRO 3 1,6 kW instant hot water

Indesit 220V refrigerator

Indesi 220V freezer

Iso Therm ice cube maker

Under floor Freezer – Salt water cooled compressor

ISE M77, 0.55 kw automatic reversing action food waste disposal unit

Cockpit fridges – Salt water cooled compressor





Forced ventilation in all cabins.

Exhaust ventilator in heads and galley.


Air Conditioning:

A central chilled waterborne system, 120,000 BTU with electric heating mode is fitted for whole accommodation. Individual temperature control in each cabin.


Engine Room Ventilation:

Air inlets with water trap. Two fans are provided, one for inlet and one for outlet. Power supply to fans is interrupted on engine room for extinguisher release. Fans are both pressure and temperature controlled.

2 Air handlers fitted to provide air conditioning in the engine room.


Air Compressors:

One Hydrovain 220V low-pressure compressor (6 bar) for main entrance hatch, drop board and cockpit gates. One low pressure 24V (6 bar) back-up compressor with air connection in port side deck hatch.

High-pressure Bauyer dive compressor (230 bar) for filling of dive bottles located in lazarette.






Special attention was given to the installation for good accessibility and avoidance of chafing. All cables are labeled with identification numbers at both ends.

At watertight bulkheads wires run up to deckhead height to penetrate the bulkhead or are sealed in place to produce the best possible water tightness.


DC System:

2-pole 24 V insulated return DC-system for lighting blowers, pumps, etc. Wires are sized to minimize voltage drop. All batteries use series connections in order to avoid circulating currents between batteries.


Service Batteries:

The service batteries are of maintenance-free traction gel cell type. The batteries consist of two individual 24 V banks referred to as service battery 1 and 2. Each service battery bank has a capacity of 2,000 Ah/8 h. The battery banks consist of 12 batteries of 2 V each.


Starting Batteries:

The starting batteries are of maintenance-free Gel Cell. There are three 24 V banks, one for the main engine and one for each generator, each with a capacity of 55 Ah/20h. There is also a 24 V 55 Ah battery for supply of main engine control system. Each set consist of 2 pcs of 1 V each.


Alternative DC Power Supply:

There are provisions for the following:

1. In an emergency situation the radios can be fed from the main engine starting battery.

2. The DC loads can be switched in groups (inverters, hydraulic power pack and general DC consumers) to one of the service battery banks.

3. Paralleling button for main engine starting and generator 1 batteries.

4. Paralleling button for main engine and generator 2 batteries.


AC System:

400 V three phase five-wire AC system. The AC system can be fed by the diesel generators, shore power inlet or from DC/AC inverters. The AC system is equipped with a PLC controlled power shedding system.


AC Power Sources



2 x Northern Lights MP445D 33 kW/cos 0,8

Generator voltage is three phase 400 V AC 50 Hz. The generators are mounted on hydro elastic sound/vibration absorbing seating’s, inside proprietary sound shields.


Shore Power:

Inlet at the stern of the yacht. The inlet leads to an Atlas Energy System frequency converter, 25 kVA. (New 2014). The frequency converter accepts inlet voltages between 190 – 250 V and 350 – 520 V AC, 47 to 63 Hz and 1 or 3 phase, and converts them to 400 V 50 Hz three phase.

Shore inlet socket is contained in a locker with hinged lid. Shore power cable 15 mm is stored in a bin by a cable master unit.


Inverters: (all new 2015)

Conversion of 24 V DC to 230 V 1 phase AC 50 Hz.


Four Mastervolt 24/5000 VA for four individual consumer groups:

Group 1

TV Stereos Aft

TV Stereos

TV & stereos Forward

Phones and Computers


Group 2

Ice maker


ER Ventilation

Battery Ventilation


Group 3

Plug sockets

ER Ventilation out

Hobs and stove

Water Pumps


Group 4

Plug sockets

ER Ventilation in

Warm water Circ

Cooker and waste Disp



DC Alternators:

Two 140 A alternators on each main engine for service battery charging. Each main engine starting battery is charged by a 55 A alternator on the engine. These alternators are equipped with external three step voltage regulators, voltage sensing battery is charged by a 35 A alternator on the diesel generator.


AC Chargers:

Eight Mastervolt, Mass 24 V 100 A chargers with 3 step charge characteristics, for service batteries (four chargers per battery set). (All new 2015)


Starting batteries can be charged by a Mastervolt Mass 5 A charger with the same characteristics as for the service batteries. (All new 2015)


400 V Three Phase Consumers:

Water maker Sea Recovery Coral Sea 13M3/SW/S1 6kW, 544 l/h.

Air conditioning 120,000 with electrical heating 18 kW

Water heater, Aqua Therm 300 l 3x3 kW

Hydrovane Puts 501 air compressor 1, 1kW 159 l/minute @ 6 bar.

Diving compressor Bauer Junior 225 bar with automatic shut off of bottle filling. Bottles filled while in storage racks.



Karsma KM 5065, 0.6 kW towel rails

Mass 24/V100 A, 3.3 kW 8 pcs, 3 stage chargers battery chargers

Mass 24V/25A 0,75 kW 3 stage charger battery charger






High Level Audible Alarm:

High level audible alarm and indication LED for high bilge level.

Engine Alarms

Fuel alarms



Nav equipment

Breaker tripped

Generator overload and pre-alarms for oil pressure and temperature

Low level alarm for fuel feeder tank

Water in fuel separators

Main engine alarm

Low battery voltage

Navigation night alarm

Supervision switchboard

Main hydraulic alarm


Low Level (soft alarms) Audible Alarm

Low level audible alarm and indication LED for:

Black water tanks ¾ and full

Grey water tanks ¾ and full

Nav light out






Sailing Instruments (All new 2015)


Main Unit:

A comprehensive package, consisting of Brookes & Gatehouse Hercules 5000 with central processor unit, performance processor unit, masthead wand unit, speed/temperature sensor, depth sensor and external alarm as well as a Robertson compass and a GPS compass on the rig.


Digital Displays:

Two Full Function Displays (FDD) located in the control room and additional FFDs at the helm, in the Owner’s cabin, in the crew cabins, nanny cabin, raised saloon, and in crew mess. Five 20/20 repeaters in cockpit, all with control buttons.


Heel angle, trim and barometric pressure displays are also provided in the Navigation station.


Auto Pilot: (All new 2015)

A hydraulic autopilot is driving the steering quadrant via twin cylinders. Control units positioned at both steering pedestals and the nav station. There is a hydraulic back-up for emergency use, supply from main hydraulic system.


Navigation (All new 2015)



The NAVNET TZ TOUCH charter plotting system provides for LCD dispays with chart and radar overlay. The displays are 15 screens, one installed in the control room, and one HATTALAND 15” HIGH BRIGH on each steering pedestal. The system is operated by mouse controls at each display.



The radar is a 48 mile Furuno Radar. Scanner is mounted on first spreader in mast.



The GPS is integrated with the Furuno system and is connected to the Brookes & Gatehouse system and also to the autopilot through an NMEA interface link allowing automatic steering between way points.



A Robertson rate compass is fitted under the galley floor and a GPS directional compass is fitted on the rig.

Two Suuto 5” magnetic steering compasses provided, balanced for both hemispheres.







Sat Com:



A mini-M (fleet 33) and a Fleet Broad band (FB500) sat com with handsets in the control room is integrated with the PABX telephone system.






VHF radio: (New 2015)



The Simrad HS90 DSC VHF has three handsets, one in the crew mess, one in the control room and one at the helm, with intercom possibility between the three headsets and Loud hail function off the rig.






Telephone System:



The onboard telephone system (PABX) has one line to shore, common for voice and fax. It also gives a possibility to communicate between all cabins, saloon, galley and control room.
















Samsung Smart TV 42” is linked to a surround sound speaker system, SONOS, PLEX, Blueray DVD and amplifier (New 2015)




Owner’s Cabin:


Two Sharp 15” 211 MP 21” TFT display linked to a Bose 3-2-+1 home theatre system is installed in the cabin. The Bose 3-2-1 includes an integrated DVD player and FM tuner.


The system has two speakers and a subwoofer.




Guest cabins:


A Bose 3-2-1 system is installed in each guest cabin. The Bose 3-2-1 system includes an integrated CD player and FM tuner. The c=system has two speakers.




Crew Mess:


A Samsung 32 ” and SONOS Playbar (New 2015)






Four Polyplanar speakers are connected to a SONAS amp that can be controlled through a smart phone or tablet (New 2015)
















Four spreader masthead rig with swept-back spreaders and discontinuous shrouds. Spars built of carbon fiber by Southern Spars, New Zealand.


IG =

39.30 m

Fore triangle

236.8 m2


J =

12.05 m

Main sail

237.8 m2


P =

36.87 m


331.5 m2


E =

12.90 m

Asym spin

683 m2






Southern Spars NZ - Built of autoclave cured pre-pred T300 carbon fiber, with external stemball tangs and luff track for mainsail in-boom furling. Internal wiring, shielded in PVC tubes secured to mast. Ventilation conduits.



Pre-preg carbon fiber spreaders. Integrated lights up and sown. GRP mast boot over deck partners, waterproofed at deck level.









Stand Rigging:



Navtec rod re-headed in 2012. Runners and removable inner forestay of Aramid cable replaced in 2012.



Headstay and inner forestay have toggles at upper and lower end.



Navtec C 890 barrel pin adjustable terminals on main shrouds.



Complete survey 2012









Southern Spars NZ- Mainsail in-boom furling. Boom and furling mandrel built of carbon fiber.



Hydraulic drive and outhaul system. Back up Furling system in case of Hydraulic failure. (Serviced and re-built in 2105)






Hydraulic Systems:






Powered hydraulics –



Boom furling driven by main hydraulic system. Manual back-up for boom furling. Reckmann RF 90-5 hydraulic furling headstay with aluminum foil. Stainless steel furling drum for Gennaker/Code Zero. Double acting stainless steel Navtec hydraulic boom vang.






Manual hydraulics –



Navtec jib halyard tensioner



Mainsail outhaul



Inner forestay



For split backstay adjustment two stainless steel Navtec rams with fail safe turnbuckles.



Pressure gauges on starboard cockpit panel for boom vang, main outhaul, backstay and jib halyard.






Running Rigging: (All new 2015)






Ropes of Spectra or Vectran. Main halyard and spare main halyard/topping lift with screw shackle, Staysail and MPS halyards and sheets with Tylaska T30 snap shackles, internal Preventer with in the boom. Hydraulic mast jack with spacer and removable pump.














Two 120 kg CQR anchors on hydraulically powered swinging arms (Completely disassembled and serviced 2015), and one 80 kg collapsible patent anchor stowed below deck.


2 x Fortress FX-125 stern anchor.


2 x 120 m 16mm anchor chain.


Anchor light with cable and plug and day signal.













New Doyle Sails 2014



Full batten in-boom furling mainsail



Furling jib






Asymetric Spinnaker (blue) Reacher with cruising sock and snuffer



Asymetric spinnaker (white) Cruising Sock and snuffer














Semi permanent bimini top over cockpit fixed/removable carbon frame to a fold away stainless steel Dodger structure.


For all berths canvas leeboards with stainless attachment fittings overhead.


Textile covers with Velcro zippers for mattresses.


Wheel Helm console and aft winch covers.












Total flooding system for engine and generator space with remote control near entrance.


Total Flooding system for Tender bay (petrol Storage area).


Fixed fire extinguishers behind main switchboards.


Hand extinguishers for each cabin.


Two fire blankets in galley.













Two 12 – person RFD (solas A Pack) life rafts.


Designated place for ship’s pharmacy.


Two medium size safes.


2 MOB Jon Bouys mounted on stern pulpit.


Deck safety lines.


110% Capacity Life Jackets


Line throwers


Fire fighting Outfits






2 Grab bags, including emergency radio’s hand held water makers and an assortment of flares and survival equipment.


110% Capacity Immersion suits.


All safety equipment meets the Marshall Islands Commercial registry requirements and completed it’s annual inspection.











4 sets of dive gear


Fishing equipment (tuna Rod and 2 spinning rods)


2 single person dive inflatable kayaks, one two person Kayak


2 Doughnuts


Water Skis and wake board


Various snorkel equipment


1 Large inflatable trampoline.


2 inflatable paddleboards




WORK COMPLETED WINTER 2015/2016__________________________________________

 New headliners in saloon, companion way and master cabin  
 Removal of 16 KVA generator  
 New Corian white shower in Nanny Cabin  
 Electrical improvements to generator loading, SMS telemetery for the alarm system, shore power   frequency converter  
 Major works on the tender including paint, non skid pads, cowling cover  
 Anchor system hydraulic service  
 General Hydraulics system service  
 Interior and exterior varnish work  
 Removal of old speakers in the saloon and Bose cubes being installed  









All speeds, capacities, consumption, hours, measurements, etc. are approximate or estimated. Specifications provided for information only as particulars herein obtained are from sources available but are not guaranteed. Remarks and other statements may be personal opinions and may not be relied upon for purchase. Buyer should instruct his agent/supervisor to check all details for accuracy. Offered subject to prior sale, price/inventory change, or withdrawal from market without notice.