Fiberglass hull and superstructure. Teak decks. Teak cap rails.
|Coast Guard #:||N/A|
|Accomodations:||Guest SR/S: 4/9 - Crew R/B/S: 4/7/8|
|LOA:||131' 11" (40.21m)|
|LWL:||111' 0" (33.83m)|
|Beam:||28' 11" (8.81m)|
|Max Draft:||7' 11" (2.41m)|
|Cruise Speed:||10 Knots|
|Cruise Speed RPM:||1,650 RPM|
|Cruise Speed Range:||3,000 Miles|
|Max Speed:||11 Knots|
|Max Speed RPM:||1,750 RPM|
|Max Speed Range:||--|
|Gross Tonnage:||383 Ton|
|Water Capacity:||1,500 Gallons|
|Holding Tank:||400 Gallons|
|Fuel Capacity:||10,700 Gallons|
|Fuel Consumption:||48 Gallons|
|Hull Designer:||Trident Shipworks|
|Exterior Designer:||Wesley Carr|
|Interior Designer:||Elizabeth Dalton & VM Designs|
Fiberglass hull and superstructure. Teak decks. Teak cap rails.
|Length Overall (L.O.A.):
|| 131.90 feet
|Length at Waterline (L.W.L.):
||111. 00 feet
|| (33.83 meters)
|| 28.40 feet
|| ( 8.65 meters)
|| 7.22 feet
||( 2.20 meters)
|Weight Displacement:||250 tons
|Builders Hull No:
||10,700 US Gallons
|Water Capacity:|| 1,500 US Gallons
|| ( 5,678 liters)
||600 US Gallons||( 2,200 liters)|
|Lube Oil:|| 120 US Gallons
||( 450 liters)|
|Waste Oil:||120 US Gallons||( 450 liters)|
||2 Village Marine Watermakers
|| Consumption per hours
|| 11.0 kts
|Economical|| 9.5 kts
||(2) Caterpillar 3412 diesels @ 720 Hp each|
|Gearboxes for Main Engines:||(2) 3.48:1 Twin Disc reverse reduction
|Drive:||Twin shafts and fixed propellers
|Output:||120/208V/Single Phase 60 Hertz|
||(2) Caterpillar 3304 90 kW Kilo Pack (Port
5400hr/STBD 3100hr since top end overhaul)
|Generator Fuel Consumption:||Average 5 gallons (19 liters) / hour|
|Shore Power:||Atlas Model SPCL75K. 208V/3 Phase
||DC Batteries to supply 24V DC to main engines,
Generators, ship services and radio equipment
12V is supplied from the 24VDC system using
|| Aqua Air chilled water reverse cycle system
(4) 5 ton Aqua Air compressors
|Watermakers:||(2) Village Marine Watermakers with 4
Membranes each. 140 gallons per hour total
|Stabilizers:||(2) Naiad 20LHT with 22 square foot fins|
||(1) Naiad 20 LHT Hydraulic 85 Hp
PTO off port or starboard generator to HPS
|Steering System:||Wagner NB2.800-35-EB-1
|Fuel Separator & Filtration:
||Ram PCS-21 on suction and transfer side
Racor 75/1000 dual filters/water separator
|Sewage System:||Orca II2A unit with chlorine unit
|Fresh Water System:
||(1) tank, 2 pumps, UV filter, 4 (2013) hot water
|Sat Com / VSAT:
||ACI KA-160 with iDirect
Peplink 310 router
(6) Cisco wireless access points
(1) Netgear 24 port 10/100 network switch
|VHF:||(5) ICOM VHF handheld. SEA 156 VHF fixed
|Cellular Data System:||Cradlepoint cellular system with
Inter-changeable SIM card slots
||(1) Furuno S-Band RCV014 96 mile
(1) Furuno X Band FR 212514 96 mile
||Sperry Navipilot V HSC
|Depth Sounder:||Furuno FCV-585|
|GPS:||Leica Model X412
|Weather FAX:||Furuno VX0500|
|Ships Computer:||HP Z620
||Nobletec chart plotter
Transas and Nobletec backup chart plotter
|Wind/Speed Log:||(1) B&G Hydro 2000
Wind and speed also on new state of the
Maretron monitoring system 2015
|Navtex:||(1) Furuno NX500|
||Furuno model FA150 AIS ship identification
system to Nobeltec chart plot
|Cooking Equipment:||2015 Imperial 6 burner stove, 6 French plates,
lid top, infinite heat controls, with porcelain
|Refrigeration/Freezer:||(1) Traulsen stainless steel 4 door refrigerator
(2) Sub Zero under counter freezers
(1) Under counter GE refrigerator
(2) Top loading Avanti and Sears freezers in bilge under galley
(1) Front loading Sears freezer in watersports room
|Dishwasher:||(1) Hobart stainless steel dishwasher|
||1 counter Viking refrigerator
2 wine Subzero refrigerators
| Main Laundry Equipment
||(2) Maytag 4.3 cf front loading steam washers
(2)Maytag dryers 2013
|| 2012 Novarania tender with 60 Hp Yamaha
||(1) Dive compressor
(4) Sets of diving Gear
(20) Sets of snorkel Gear
||(1) Waterskis, 1 wakeboard
(1) 2015 Seadoo Spark waverunner
(1) Seadoo underwater scooter
|Anchor Windlass System:
||(2) Maxwell 6000 lb hydraulic|
|Aft Warping Capstans:||(2) Deck electric
|Anchors:||(2) Ship’s anchor, 1 Danforth stern anchor|
||2015 New chain 450 ft 5/8”|
|Boat Crane and Davits:
||(1) Marquip aft deck crane 3500 lb capacity
(2) Marquip foredeck crane 1500 lb capacity
Marquip custom Mediterranean style
|Swimming Platform:||Fixed aft swim platform with shower
|Cameras:||Elbex FXS 125
||Flat screen CCTV
|Fire Control System:
||(2) Firefighting suits Survivair BA with
(2) Fire axes
(3) CO2 fire suppression in engine room
FM 200 Fire Detection system
Emergency air shut down flaps in engine room
(4) Sea water firefighting outlets and hoses
Diesel back up fire pump
| Fire Extinguishers:
||24 throughout the vessel
||2015 State of the art Maretron monitoring and
control system with touch screen displays
||(2) 25 PERSON Revere with Hydro releases|
|EPIRBS:||(2) Mhz EPIRBS with hydro releases
|Flares:||Rocket, smoke, handheld|
|Medical Equipment:||Medair advanced kit|
|Immersions Suits:||(8) SOLA approved immersions suits|
|Other Safety Equipment:
(2) Man overboard lights
The UPPER DECK has a center walkway to the FOREDECK where a tender is stowed along with two personal watercraft, kayaks, etc., and cranes are located on the foredeck. Storing the tenders on the bow allows the tenders to be stored without disturbing guests.
The WHEELHOUSE is finished in teak and with a teak floor. The visibility is excellent. There are two large helm chairs and a large 4 person curved settee aft. The wheelhouse features an array of monitors that can be switched to monitor various systems. The monitoring system was updated in October 2015 to a new state of the art Maretron system, detailed in section 10.
The CAPTAIN’S CABIN with queen bed and bathroom leads off the SHIP’S OFFICE on the port side. A privacy door leads back from the bridge to the sky lounge. A POWDER ROOM IS located right side.
Behind the bridge is the SKY LOUNGE, which includes a full bar and round card/dining table on the port side with large seating areas on the starboard side. The sky lounge opens to a sky lounge deck set up for alfresco dining for eight with a teak dining table and full awnings. Coffee table and teak and rattan lounge chairs and couch. A beautiful curved stairwell located forward of the sky lounge leads down to the main deck and guest accommodations.
Forward of the main deck stairwell is the formal DINING ROOM. A six foot table seating 8 is centered between elegantly curved half walls. The result is a feeling of intimacy and enclosure while maintaining the openness of the main deck. The table was custom made in England and the room’s Matelasse chairs were hand carved in Italy. The dining room is equipped with extensive concealed storage areas in the dining room for china and glasses. To left and right are double doors to the side deck for gracious entry to the yacht.
Aft on the main deck is the LIVING ROOM with exceptional visibility with very large windows and 7'1" (2.16m) high ceilings and traditional raised paneling. The yacht had an interior refit in 2013 and the décor speaks of style and timeless elegance. The color palette is soothing with an emphasis on textures a pop of color. The TV and AV systems are concealed.
Double glass doors lead to the AFT DECK, with a u-shaped settee that can seat 12 for alfresco dining. The stairwell to the bridge deck is on the starboard side. This area has drop down rear enclosures and side sliding glass doors so the aft deck can be comfortable in all conditions. Stairways from the aft deck lead down to the swim platform tender and boarding area.
Forward of the dining room on the left side is a hallway that leads to the main deck POWDER ROOM and the owner’s suite. On the right side there is a privacy door with a complete butler’s pantry equipped with excellent storage, small kitchen appliances and espresso machine.
The entrance to the full width OWNER’S STATEROOM is on the left side. This stateroom can only be described as exquisite. High ceilings and large windows let you enjoy the beautiful sea views. The king size bed is located forward. The rear wall has excellent storage with a large walk-in closet. The stateroom is equipped with a built-in work desk and storage. Forward is a full width BATHROOM. The fine marble is accented with teak paneling and a full whirlpool tub and marble showers are located on the centerline, with his and hers toilets and a bidet.
The stairwell from the upper deck continues down from the main deck to the lower deck guest accommodations. At the bottom is a lovely foyer with a mosaic marble inlay, service counter and guest refrigerator.
Forward is a full width VIP STATEROOM, with a king size bed, sofa, desk dressing table and large walk in closet. The very large stateroom has excellent storage and full marble bathroom with tub and separate shower.
To right is a TWIN BEDDED GUEST STATEROOM with an additional fold down Pullman single bed. There is a vanity, excellent storage and a marble bathroom with a shower.
On the left side there is a GUEST STATEROOM with a queen size bed, excellent storage and a marble bathroom with a shower.
A service door to the crew’s quarters from the guest cabin area allows the crew to service the cabins without having to go through the living room.
The main stairwell between the yacht’s three decks is located centerline between the living room and dining areas. The stairwell breaks up what would normally be a monotonous surface and at the same time, provides excellent access between the yacht’s three decks.
LOWER DECK AND FORWARD: Crew accommodations for 6 in three CREW CABINS all with private bathrooms and two single bunk beds, with an additional stateroom with double bed on the bridge deck for the captain. The crew mess is situated in the full sized galley with a large crew dining area and lounge. There is a door from the crew area into the guest staterooms allowing the interior crew to service the staterooms without having to move through the main deck.
Forward of the crew lounge is a laundry room with two washers and dryers. Under the crew area, there is extensive storage for dry stores and is equipped with a freezer facility.
The ENGINE ROOM is located aft just forward of the lazarette which houses the electrical panels and has generous storage for all diving equipment and compressors. The hydraulic gangplank exits from the right side. Access is through a large transom door and from the wide integral swim platform. The engine room is very specious with easy access to all the equipment, an engineer’s dream.
M4 is a spacious tri-deck cruising yacht with trans-Atlantic capabilities. Dependable Caterpillar engines and generators are easy to service and economical to operate using only 48 gallons per hour at cruising speed. American fiberglass construction and equipment reduces maintenance and costs.
An interior refit was completed at the end of 2013 enhancing the yacht’s elegance while remaining inviting and comfortable. The 28’ beam, 7’ 1” high ceilings and large windows on M4 gives one with the impression of being on a much larger yacht. Her interior is elegant, refined and inviting. The layout can best be described as a yacht with two master staterooms with the
master on the main deck. The large windows flood the interior with light and beautiful views of the sea. The yacht is fitted with exquisite woodwork and stonework throughout. Great thought was given in designing the layout to make the yacht crew and service easy and friendly.
Exclusions include all of Owner's art work, personal effects and the vessel name M4 –
"All speeds, capacities, consumption, etc. are approximate or estimated; measurements can also be approximate. Specifications are provided for information only and particulars herein obtained from sources believed to be correct, but are not guaranteed. Buyer should instruct his agent and/or surveyor to check all details for accuracy. Offered subject to prior sale, price and/or inventory change, or withdrawal from the market without notification."
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