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PERSEVERANCE II

  • 123'
  • 1996
  • OCEANFAST
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
  • $3,450,000

ABOUT PERSEVERANCE II

 

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: OCEANFAST
  • Category: Motor Yacht
  • Model: Tri-Deck Motoryacht
  • Model Year: 1996
  • YearBuilt: 1996
  • Year Refit: 2015
  • Refit Type: Major
  • Tax Paid: US Duty Paid
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: Enclosed P.H. W/Sundeck
  • Fly Bridge: Yes
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 4/10 - Crew R/B/S: 3/6/6
  • LOA: 123' 0" (37.49m)
  • LWL: 104' 0" (31.70m)
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 27' 0" (8.23m)
  • Min Draft: 6' 0" (1.83m)
  • Max Draft: 6' 0" (1.83m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 12 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: --
  • Max Speed: 16 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: 2,000 Miles
  • Displacement: --
  • Gross Tonnage: 299 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 1,060 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: 396 Gallons
  • Fuel Capacity: 10,000 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: 6
  • Sleeps: 10
  • State Rooms: 4
  • Crew Berths: 6
  • Crew Sleeps: 6
  • Crew Heads: 3
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Deck Material: N/A
  • Hull Configuration: Semi-Displacement
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: N/A
  • Hull Color: White
  • Hull Finish: Awlgrip
  • Exterior Designer: Jon Bannenberg
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: MTU
  • Model: 8V396 TE94
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Overview

PERSEVERANCE II features 4 staterooms with an on-deck master. Having undergone a major refit in 2012, including a complete paint job, she shows in excellent condition and ready to go cruising. Powered by twin MTU 8V396 TE94 with the W5's completed in 2012.

PERSEVERANCE II offers the interior volume and exterior space comparable to much larger yachts. Featuring Naiad stabilizers, KVH V-Sat television, on-deck master, sky-lounge, tender garage and spacious sun-deck.

The yacht has spent a considerable amount of time cruising the East Coast, Caribbean and Great Lakes.

Main Salon / Formal Dining

Entering from the aft deck will take you into the formal dining area with seating for eight. The dining arrangement is separate to the main salon looking aft. Included are buffet tables and fine China storage throughout.

Walking forward into the main salon are three separate couches, full length windows and complete entertainment center with 55" TV and two adjoining desks. Forward of the main salon on the starboard side is the day head with access to the side decks.

Accommodations

On-Deck Master Stateroom:

The on-deck master stateroom is positioned on the main deck accessible on your starboard side through the main salon. The full width stateroom offers a his and hers en-suite bathroom with Jacuzzi tub and separate shower. Other features include full length windows, U-line refrigerator, entertainment system and large closets with ample storage.

Walking down to the additional three guest stateroom you land in a foyer with Miele washer and dryer to your port side. There are a total of 3 guest staterooms below deck with crew forward.

Forward Starboard Stateroom:

Queen size bed with large en-suite with shower. This guest stateroom can also be blocked off if needed from the other guest allowing for captain quarters with private entrance into the crew mess.

Aft Starboard Stateroom:

Twin bed's with en-suite shower to starboard. Pull down pullman berths can handle two additional guest sleeping a total of four. Large portholes offer plenty of light for spacious stateroom.

Port Stateroom:

The port stateroom offers a Queen size bed en-suite. Each stateroom offers plenty of space for storage with full-size hanging lockersand pull out drawers under the berths.

Crew Quarters

Forward located crew quarters accommodating six crew provide owner and guest complete privacy. The crew can reach all levels without interrupting the guest with access to the galley, bridge and lower staterooms. Crew accommodations consist of three separate cabins, all en-suite, with 2 over-under bunks in each.

Dining table for crew with wrap-around seating
Whirlpool microwave
Kenmore dishwasher
Refrigerator
Large walk-in refrigerator with freezer
Whirlpool washer/dryer
Samsung 36" flatscreen TV
Overhead speakers

Galley and Laundry Equipment

The galley is up on the port side forward of the main salon. With private access to the crew quarters, deck access and sky-lounge, this layout offers complete privacy while servicing below or above deck.

Miele induction ceramic cooktop- KM 5773
Stainless Steel Miele range hood
GE electric oven
Sharp microwave
GE freezer
Sub-Zero stainless steel refrigerator
Whirlpool dishwasher
Side-by-side sink

Laundry Equipment:

Washer and dryers are located in the crew quarters and guest foyer
Miele Professional stackable washer and dryer in crew quarters
Miele stackable washer dryer in foyer

 

Skylounge and Sundeck

Walking aft from the bridge you will enter the large skylounge with full length windows, entertainment area and plenty of space for lounging. One of the two couches has a pull out bed offering an additional berth for guest and kids. The skylounge also has a private bath with shower. Outside from the skylounge you will immediately notice what separates this yacht from the others. The enormous outdoor space aft of the skylounge and forward of the bridge is what makes this yacht one-of-a-kind.

Wet bar with granite bar top
Ice-maker
Refrigerator on starboard side
Outdoor seating for 12
Skylight looking down to the aft deck
Teak flooring
Overhead electric blinds

Forward of the bridge is the focal point on this yacht. Whether you're entertaining guests or spending time with your family, this is the perfect outdoor space with shaded sun pads, BBQ, refrigerator and speakers.

The captain also has wing stations to both port and starboard making for easy docking.

Communications and Navigational Equipment

Communication:

SATcom
|KVH Mini M SATcom
KVH V-SAT
KVH Trac Vision V-7 New 2013
Telephone System: Panasonic 1232 Easaphone Hybrid PBX with 20 extensions and 7 incoming lines
VHF: (2) Furuno FM - 2610
(2) HX 350
(2) HX 460 - FS-1562-15, HF Radio

Navigation:

Radar(1): Furuno 12 Kw with ARPA
Radar(2): Furuno 6 Kw
Gyrocompass: Sperry NAVIGAT X Mark II
Magnetic Compass: Jupiter overhead compass & Cetrek Poseidon flush mount on flybridge.
Automatic Pilot: Sperry NavPilot 4000
Depth Sounder: Furuno FCV - 581(2) B&G Hydra Z speed & depth
Furuno AIS FA-150
Standard Horizon Quantum GX23605
ACR RCL 300 Searchlight
Gateway Computer with 22'' Dynex monitor
Nobletec Navigation System
Furuno Navtex NX 700
(6) FM walkie-talkies
Alden 406 mhz Satfind EPIRB Model S-1015

Audio/Visual Eqiupment

Main Salon: 55" Pioneer Elite TV, Direct TV, Blueray, Yamaha entertainment
Master Stateroom: 42' Samsung flatscreen TV, DVD, Direct TV receiver
Fwd. Stb. Guest: 22'' Insignia TV, DVD
Port Guest: 20" Sharp TV, DVD
Starboard Guest: 20" Sharp TV, DVD, Sharp stereo
Sky Lounge: 22" Sony TV, DVD, Sony Stereo, Denon receiver, Wii player, PSW player
Sky Lounge Deck: 42" flatscreen TV with electric cover, Outdoor stereo system
Fwd. Sundeck: Outdoor speakers
Aft Deck: Outdoor speakers

Mechanical Equipment

(2) MTU 8V396 TE 94 1500 hp
MTU W-5 completed 2012
Gearboxes: Reintjes 2.458:1 reduction gears
Propellers: (2)
Generators: (2)
Air Conditioning: Chilled Marine Air - New compressors in 2010
Watermaker
Stabilizer: Naiad 404/16
Bow Thruster: Electric Naiad VT-60, 75 hp, 20'' diameter
Fuel Filtration: Racor
Sewage System: Orca IIA-12 Marine Sanitary Device
Fresh Water System: (10) Evac floor mounted 90 Aviara silent vac
Steering System: International Shipyards

Electrical Equipment

Generators:
(Port) 65 KW John Deere - NEW 2012
(Stb) 65 KW John Deere - NEW 2010


Output: 208/120V/3 phase/60 hz
Shore Power: Atlas, 75 kva Shore Power Converter
AGM 8D batteries new in 2013
(2) Mastervolt 24/25 Battery Charger

Deck Equipment

Muir HR-7000/150 horizontal anchor windlass
(2) Muir docking capstans
(2) 166kg polished s/s S.H.H.P balanced Jeyco anchors
Fortress FX-125 stern anchor
(2) 433' 17.5mm galvanized NVK2 Chain
International Shipyards Davits
12' Sanguineti Chiavari telescopic gangway
Marquipt 10-step boarding ladder

Tenders and Toys

(2) Yamaha WaveRunners with covers. Stowed on foredeck
15' Caribe 90 HP Evinrude outboard. Stowed in garage

Saferty and Fire Protection

Fire Equipment:
Nomex fire suits
Chubb CO2
Unitor spiromatic breathing apparatus mode #217 U3/U4 with 1,400 liters free air capacity including spare cylinder
Pair of non-conductive insulated boots
Gel type fire blanket
Standard fire blanket
30 meters of lifeline, 15mm in diameter

Safety Equipment:
(2) Viking 16-person USCG/SOLAS 1988 Approved life rafts
First Aid Kit
Waterproof flare canister
(4) Plastic life buoys
(2) Comet M.O.B. smoke and light signals
(2) 30 meter lifelines
(12) Comet parachute signal rockets, red Francis "ALDIS" 24cdc signal lamp
Portable signaling lamp
Complete set of international signal flags
Set of nautical rescue signal tabs
Comet Line throwing appliance
(2) Black Anchor Balls

Recent Work (2016)

1) fresh water system rebuilt
2) grey water system rebuilt
3) blackwater system rebuilt
4) all heads rebuilt
5) passerelle overhauled
6) steering system completely rebuilt
7) generators serviced
8) oily water separator overhauled
9) orca system serviced
10) A/C inspected one chiller re-built
11) make up air system rebuilt
12) wing stations rebuilt
13) all headliners removed and inspected and all clips replaced
14) swim platform teak all replaced
15) garage crane serviced
16) bow crane serviced
17) side boarding ladders rebuilt and missing pieces manufactured
18) stabilizer system rebuilt
19) stabilizer fins dropped all seals replaced
20) rudder fins dropped new bearings and seals
21) bilge pump system completely redone
22) bilges cleaned, decreased and painted
23) new bottom paint (March 2016)
24) new zincs
25) bow thruster grates rebuilt
26) hull and house wet sanded, buffed and waxed
27) interior up dated
28) various door and window seals replaced as required

Additional work completed 2016:

Port engine:

Oil prelube rebuilt

Transmission piping redone

Lube oil and transmission fluids changed

Fuel filters rebuilt

 

Starboard engine:

Raw water flushed

Oil prelube rebuilt

Lube oil and transmission, fluids and filters changed

Fuel filters rebuilt

Solenoids on flaps replaced

 

Port generator:

Raw water system flushed

Raw water pump rebuilt

Oil and filter changed

Fuel filter rebuilt

Electrical fan connected for electrical section

Valves adjusted for exhaust overboard

 

Air compressor:

Installed box with starting switch

 

Stabilizers:

Replaced raw water pump

Rebuilt electric and hydraulic motors

Rebuilt system rams

Change filter and oil

 

Engine room air system:

Automatic louvers and electrical rebuilt

 

Heads:

All toilets removed and rebuilt

System checked for leaks

Vacuum pump rebuilt

Orca system cleaned

Orca pumps rebuilt

 

Oily water separator:

System cleaned

Pump rebuilt

Piping repaired

Solenoids replaced

 

Bilge Pumping System:

All valves rebuilt

 

Fuel Delivery System:

Alfa Laval cleaned

Gaskets replaced

Fuel manifold labeled

Alfa Laval tested to 30 gallons per minute

 

Chilled Water System (A/C):

No.2 compressor replaced

Compressors 1,3,4 checked for refrigerant

System flushed

 

Steering System:

Electric hydraulic motors rebuilt

New solenoids

Rudders disassembled, checked and repacked

System flushed

Auto pilot controls replaced

Wiring checked

 

Emergency Steering

Oil tank fitting O-ring

Rudder angle indicator and sender replaced

 

Aft Storage Access Door:

Wiring repaired

 

Passerelle:

Motor replaced

Switches repaired

 

Make Up Air:

Replaced forward evaporators

Pressure tested chilled loop

Installed start switch

 

Davits:

Adjusted boom motor – aft dinghy davit

Test bow davit

 

Electrical:

Bus bar replaced for owner’s area circuit breakers

New 3-way switches – owner’s cabin and boxes

Switches replaced – main engine room panel

 



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