• 90.5'
  • 2001
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
  • $1,950,000


  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: PROTEKSAN
  • Category: Trawler
  • Model: Trawler
  • Model Year: 2001
  • YearBuilt: 2001
  • Year Refit: N/A
  • Refit Type: Mains/Machinery/Paint
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: Hardtop
  • Fly Bridge: Yes
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 3/6 - Crew R/B/S: 2/5/5
  • LOA: 90' 6" (27.58m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 22' 9" (6.93m)
  • Min Draft: 7' 0" (2.13m)
  • Max Draft: 7' 0" (2.13m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 10 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: 1,500 RPM
  • Cruise Speed Range: 3,500 Miles
  • Max Speed: 12 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: 1,800 RPM
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: --
  • Gross Tonnage: 163 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 2,145 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 9,310 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 5
  • Heads: 4
  • Sleeps: 6
  • State Rooms: 3
  • Crew Berths: 5
  • Crew Sleeps: 5
  • Crew Heads: 2
  • Captains Quarters: Yes
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Steel
  • Deck Material: Iroko Wood
  • Hull Configuration: Full Displacement
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Vripack
  • Hull Color: Light Yellow
  • Hull Finish: Awlgrip
  • Exterior Designer: Vripack
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: Caterpillar
  • Model: 3406 DI-T
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Accommodations & Layout

Sleeps 6 in owner’s party, in three double ensuite staterooms and 4 – 5 crew in two staterooms. The interior of TIVOLI is finished in lovely hand rubbed raised mahogany paneling, with a distinctive classy subdued yet “yachty” decor.

Flybridge Deck

Three helm chairs surround the central flybridge steering station. A windscreen protects from wind and weather and a fixed stainless steel framed Bimini top covers the raised fly bridge area. There is a bar to port and an L-shaped dining area for 8 people to starboard, with storage under the seating. Three steps lead down to the Jacuzzi deck, which has central atrium staircase to the interior and below decks. A large Jacuzzi is central to this area with seating outboard both sides, and the Jacuzzi top converts to a large sun pad. Immediately aft of the Jacuzzi is storage space for a  13’ Novurania tender, with a 50hp Yahama four stroke outboard. A large locker, covered with a hydraulic lid is further aft for either toy or motorbike storage. Either tender of the 2 motorbikes are launched by the Cramm crane, which is aft of the storage box. The crane also launches the 18’ Novurania tender, with twin 50hp Yamaha four stoke outboards (New 2014), stored all the way aft. In 2012, both Novurania tenders were re-pontooned with new Novurania fabric and logos at Novurania in Florida and fully reconditioned.

Main Deck

Hatch forward for fender storage and access to chain lock. Windlass island forward, followed by storage lockers either side, and a Portuguese bridge aft. There is a seating area ahead of the wheelhouse. The wheelhouse is well laid out with raised settee to port, doors out to the raised main deck both sides, and a large chart table forward on the port side.


Further aft, on the same deck level, is a day head to starboard, with a four-place dinette and seating further aft. Opposite to port is the well laid out seagoing galley with refrigerator and freezer on the forward bulkhead, expansive counter space and sinks outboard, and stove and oven against the aft bulkhead. Wrap around counters provide excellent workspace in this professional galley, finished in mahogany with granite countertops, and a teak and holly floor.


Three steps lead down to the main deck level, past the open plan central foyer staircase, to an open plan dining room, seating 8 around a rectangular table. There is extensive locker storage outboard to port, against the forward bulkhead and in a credenza to starboard. A desk area is against the forward bulkhead to starboard, with storage and bookshelves and a computer behind a roll top desk.


The open plan main salon is light, bright, and airy, as a result of many large windows, yet finished in traditional raised panel mahogany. There are two couches forming an L-shaped seating arrangement, around a mahogany coffee table, with adjoining easy chairs. The entertainment center is opposite the seating area to starboard, equipped as described under Audio/Visual later on. There is a hanging locker adjacent the door out to the aft deck.


The aft deck is open and well laid out with a wet bar, refrigerator and ice maker to port, “at sea” engine room access adjacent. Outside dining is aft with an oval shaped teak dining table for eight. Staircase to starboard leads down to the integral swim platform with centerline access to the lazarette and engine room.

Lower Deck

Aft of a collision bulkhead there is a large double crew stateroom all the way forward with adjoining bathroom with stall shower. Opposite to port is a separate Captain’s cabin with comfortable double berth and adjoining bathroom with stall shower. The crew mess is to starboard with entertainment center, and washer and dryer adjacent. There is a pull down pilot berth in this area to accommodate a 5th crew member when necessary. Access up to the main deck to starboard arrives in the wheelhouse.


A watertight and sound proof bulkhead separates the crew area from the guest area.


All the way forward in the guest area are two identical twin bedded guest cabins with Pullman berths in both, good hanging locker and drawer storage and ensuite bathrooms with stall showers. Both access the central foyer area which goes from the lower guest deck all the way through the yacht to the fly bridge deck.


There is a guest laundry facility adjacent the staircase in the technical and storage room.


The owner’s suite is further aft and full beam. To port forward in the owner’s stateroom is “his” bathroom with a stall shower, and opposite to starboard is “her” bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub and a stall steam shower incorporated. The master stateroom has a centrally located queen sized bed and locker storage and vanities outboard port and starboard. Hanging lockers are either side of nightstands, on each side of the master bed. The finish throughout the owner and guest areas is raised panel mahogany, even in the bathrooms, which are also finished in marble floors, counters and showers.


A watertight bulkhead and sound shield separates the owner’s suite from the engine room.


The engine room is further aft, well laid out and properly engineered. A well laid out lazarette with work areas and extensive storage for world cruising parts is further aft of the engine room.

Galley & Laundry

Cospolich custom refrigerator/freezer

Kitchen-Aid glass ceramic cooktop

Fulgor Milano under counter convection oven

GE Profile microwave oven

Miele Ultra-quiet dishwasher

Broan trash compactor

(2) Viking heavy duty in-sink food waste disposers

Kohler galley sink

Grohe galley sink faucet

Crew Area

USA Miele Novotronic washer

USA Miele Novotronic dryer

Cospolich custom freezer

Nutone central vacuum cleaner

Owner's Area

LG Direct Drive washer

USA Miele Novotronic dryer


Scottsman ice cube maker

Marvel Wine Grotto

Aft Deck Wet Bar

Scottsman icemaker

Marvel under counter refrigerator

Navigation & Communication


Furuno Inmarsat-C SES Communications

Nera Satellite telephone

Furuno SSB radio, 250 watts

(2) Furuno VHF radio’s plus handhelds

Anschuetz gyrocompass and repeater

           Anschuetz digital autopilot

           Rudder-angle indictor

           Raytheon navigational instruments

           Furuno Navtech weather and maritime warning system

           Furuno color depth sounder

           Furuno color Radar with 96-mile range and ARPA

           Furuno Radar with 72-mile range and ARPA

          (2) Furuno D-GPS systems

          Furuno digital compass

          Panasonic Internal Phone System

Mechanical Equipment & Engine Details

(2) Caterpillar3406C DI-T’s, 300hp @ 1800rpm, 6-cylinder in line diesel engines, four stroke, turbocharged. Complete rebuild of both engines at Billings Marine & Diesel October 2012.


Twin-Disc, model MG 5091 marine reverse/reduction gearboxes with 2, 95:1 reduction

 Vulkan Vulastik high-elastic coupling

(2) Oil lubricated propeller shafts

Kobelt remote control with synchronizer installed on both center steering positions, wing stations and aft station

Marine Air SCW-126-RC, three stages, three compressors, type H25A42QDBE, with a total capacity of 126,000 BTU (10.5 tons) – All three compressors replaced 2012

(12) Chilled water feed fan coil units

Complete central heating system

Kabola B-17 hot water boiler with a minimum capacity of 15.7 kW

(1) Alfa-Laval separator, model MIB 303 Replaced new in 2012

Racor fuel filter/water separators

(1) bilge pump (emergency firefighting pump)

(1) firefighting/deck wash pump (emergency bilge pump)

Nelson Bilge Boy, type 96504 Oil-Water separator

Sealand VacuFlush toilet system provisions for Hamann waste water treatment system

Koop-Nautic two-cylinder steering machine

Bow thruster-tunnel with drive unit of 55hp

Koop-Nautic, model SeaRocq 2030

Racks for the stowage of oil cans, workbench, machinist’s vice, grinder, drill press pusher. Wet suit hanging rod, and wash basin located in lazarette

Deck & Hull Equipment

(1) Maxwell HWVC 6000 hydraulic windlass, with a 6,000 lbs., capacity Two wild cats and one gypsy

(2) Pool-N 120 kg galvanized anchors

(1) Luke 90 kg galvanized anchor stowed in forepeak

One length of 146.4 meters (80 fathoms galvanized short link anchor- 16 mm)

One length of 100.65 meters (55 fathoms) galvanized short link anchor chain- 16mm

One length of 10 meters (33’) galvanized short link chain, diameter 16mm

(2) Maxwell hydraulic captstans, 1000 kg (wide drum) on aft deck

(5) Exalto windshield wipers

De-Fog system for front windows

Kahlenberg air horn

(1) Grainger/Speedair 3Z424 air compressor unit


Iroko decking on main deck inside dodger, side decks, aft deck, swim platform, boat deck around Jacuzzi to aft end, to motor bike storage, fly bridge deck, lids of bench in front of wheelhouse and dunnage boxes on fire deck


Deck is 15 mm finished thickness, glued on a layer of 12 mm marine plywood

Stainless steel edge bar between the waterway and deck

Teak cap rail, 130 x 40 mm

Plexiglass wind doors (port and starboard)

Freeman aluminum weather tight doors in wheelhouse

Freeman aluminum French doors from aft deck to deck saloon

Water tight door from swim platform to lazarette

Fixed windows in superstructure made of 1 ½” tempered hardened glass

Ship’s name on flybridge, Port & Starboard side

Intergral swim platform

Iroko decking, wings with bollards and windless (starboard side)

Deep removable swim ladder with teak steps and a recessed shower

Heavy duty fixed stainless steel fender around swim platform

Cramm hydraulic deck crane, model CDT 9000, capacity 1,250 kg, 2,755 lbs

Full reach 6.66m, 21’10” capable of launching tenders on port, starboard, and aft 359° hydraulic power rotation

(3) Flybridge helmsman chairs

Passarelle, 4 meters, with fittings, stanchions, swivel support, wheels, etc. Can be used in 6 positions around the yacht

Marquipt Seastair “S” boarding ladder with five steps

Polished stainless steel swim ladder


Leather bound rail hooks

Teak stern jack staff pole

Stainless Steel jack staff on the bow

Chrome plated bronze ship’s bell

Bimini top on flybridge with welded stainless steel framework

(1) Spruce boat hook

Hoesch raised Jacuzzi/hot tub

(1) Stainless steel padded leaning post on bridge deck


(2) Northern Lights diesel generator sets in soundshields- 40 kW @ 1800 rpm- three phase, 60Hz, 120/208 VAC(Complete rebuild of both Generators in 2010 at 35,000 hours. Billing’s Marine.)

Atlas Shore Power Frequency and Voltage Converter, multi range input, output 208/3/60, 35 kVA with seamless transfer from ship’s generator to dock power or vice versa

One 100 amp shore power Glendenning CM-7 Cablemaster reel

Motor controls throughout (frequency drives)

Aqua-Signal navigation lights

Stainless steel port lights

Deck prisms above captain’s cabin, crew lounge, captain’s and crew bathrooms

General alarm system for bilge, sump tank, holding tank, day tank for generators and main engines, low lube oil pressure and high water temperature

24 volt Battery chargers

(1) Mastervolt, model Mass 24/100

(1) Mastervolt, model Mass 24/50


All lights are controlled by means of Light Touch controls. This allows all lights to be controlled from master stations and preset different scenes such as Dining, Cocktails, Aft Deck Dining, and many more. (N/W)


The system can be modified through the computer.


Each stateroom has three predetermined light scenes, day, evening and night plus each circuit is controlled individually. (N/W)


All lighting fixtures are custom designed and manufactured by Savage Lighting in England. All fixtures are made from solid brass or stainless steel.


Six integral fuel tanks with a total capacity of approximately 35,244 litres (9,310 gal), as follows:

(2) Fuel oil settling tanks in engine room, total 5,529 litres (1,336 gal)

(2) Fuel oil storage tank forward of engine room, total 23,058 litres (6,091 gal)

(2) Fuel oil trim tanks forward of engine room, total 6,528 litres (1,724.5 gal)

(1) Fuel oil day tank, 600 litres (158.5 gal)


(1) Clean lubrication oil storage tank with a capacity of 378 litres (100 gal) – no hydraulic

(1) Waste oil tank with capacity of 378 litres (158.5 gal)

(1) Hydraulic oil tank with a capacity of 378 litres (100 gal)


Two integral fresh water tanks with a total capacity 8,120 litres (2,145 gal)

Torrid hot water heater with a capacity of 150 litres (40 gal), 1,400 watts heating element. A second hot water system supplied from the Kabola heating system which is a diesel fired heat system throughout the yacht. (1) Watermakers Inc. osmosis desalinator, with a capacity of 5,450 litres (1,440 gal) per day- 120/208 volts, 60 Hz, three-phase.


One grey water tank with a capacity of 945 litres (250 gal)

One black water holding tank with a capacity of 2,400 litres (634 gal)

Audio & Visual Eqiupment

(1) Bose Lifestyle 25 and speaker set (6)- Salon

(1) Bose Lifestyle Zone 2 amp- Aft Deck

(1) Bose 151 Environmental Speaker Set (watertight)- Aft Deck

(2) Bose 131 Environmental Speaker Set (watertight)- Flybridge

(5) Sony CDX-2250 Tuner & CD player (single)- Each Cabin

(8) Sony XS-V6940 Speaker Sets- Each cabin, galley and bridge

(1) LG 25” Color TV Receives all international TV signals- Salon

(1) Sony 14” Color TV Receives all international TV Signals- Crew Lounge

Movie and music storage system

Sonos Wireless music system throughout

Wifi throughout

Safety & Fire Protection

(2) Ring buoys with Holmes light

Life Jackets

(2) Givens 12-man life rafts with hydrostatic releases

Survival suits

(1) 406 EPIRB with hydrostatic release

FM-200 fire extinguishing system from engine room

(1) FM-200 fire extinguishing system in lazarette

(1) 5 kg. dry chemical hand fire extinguisher in engine room

(2) 20m. saltwater fire hoses

General fire alarm system with a smoke detector in each stateroom, cabin, and general area and a maximal heat detector in engine room and galley

Burglar alarm system

Wired for TV Monitoring system

Tenders & Toys

(1) 18’ Novurania RIB MX530DL with Twin (2) Four Stroke 50 hp Yamaha outboards (New Yamaha outboards 2014 and new Novurania fabric and logos at Novurania in Florida in 2012)

(1) 13’ Novurania RIB MX400DL with Single (1) Four Stroke 50 hp Yamaha outboard (New Yamaha outboard 2012 and new Novurania fabric and logos at Novurania in Florida in 2012)



Boogie board

Biscuit tube

Snorkeling gear

(1) Bauer dive compressor

Dive Bottles


The name TIVOLI is excluded from the purchase of the vessel.

            A detailed inventory list of exclusions will be provided pursuant to a purchase agreement.


TIVOLI was commissioned and built by a very experienced and discerning yachtsman as replacement for his classic sailing yacht. She is the quintessential world cruising motor yacht, built to the highest levels of quality and detail, capable of cruising in remote areas and being self-sufficient for long periods.


She can be run with 3 crew or owner operated if necessary, but has a superior layout giving the space and feeling of a much larger yachts.


Vripack is known as the world’s foremost designer of long-range offshore expedition yachts, and his design of TIVOLI is no exception from this respected designer.


TIVOLI was built by the experienced yachting team at Proteksan/Turquoise Yachts in Istanbul who have built some of the most proven cruising motor yachts from 45-58 meter.