Bow Thruster: An electric bow thruster, made by American Bow Thruster with fixed pitch propeller. Autonomous system of power operating with 380V and thrust not less than 800kg. Control panels in the wheelhouse and flying bridge.
Stern Thruster: An electric hydraulic stern thruster, made by American Bow Thruster with fixed pitch propeller. Control panels in the wheelhouse and flying bridge. Hydraulic power coming from PTO on main propulsion gearboxes.
Trim Control Systems: Two trim tabs aft of the transom. Controlled by the two steering positions through joystick with feedback position.
Fresh Water System: One centrifugal fresh water pump. Two reverse IDROMAR water makers with a daily capacity of 4,300 litres. Hot water supplied by two 100 litre and two 80 litre electric boilers.
Sewage System & Grey Water System: The black water system consists of a MINI HAMANN stainless steel tank, two vacuum pump jets and vacuum operating WC jets. Grey water tanks in the bilges hold all discharge waters coming from showers, washbasins, bidets and fan coils.
Compressed Air: A 7-bar service air pressure system with one electric driven compressor, check gauge, check valve and automatic switching.
Hydraulic Power Pack Systems: Each power pack is equipped with 2 pumps and all pipes are in AISI 31 6L. Servicing: the stabiliser fins, garage stern door and aft lifting device, gangways, rudders system, forward garage door, crane and hydraulic accessories.
Forward to starboard is the helm station, whilst to port is a raised bench seat for guests. Aft of this is a large dining table. Further aft is a built-in sofa and free standing deck chairs with ample space aft for sunbathing. The sun deck is very spacious for a vessel of this size.
The aft deck is mostly covered and features a bench seat aft and tables as well as free standing chairs. The aft deck gives easy access to the bathing platform when the latter is deployed. A stairway to starboard leads up to the sundeck, whilst sliding aft doors open up into the lobby of the saloon.
Once inside the doors, you enter a foyer that is flooded with light descending from the overhead sky lights. To port is a day toilet, a service bar and some storage cabinets. The main saloon extends forward. The saloon is nice and bright and offers plenty of comfortable seating and a large pop up TV.
Forward of the raised pilot house is a separate dining room. This seats 12 comfortably. The galley is just forward of the dining room for ease of service. A large serving hatch can be opened up, so as to allow guests to participate in the cooking or simply facilitate the service.
A spectacular staircase leads down to the lower guest accommodation. Aft is the full beam Master suite. The bathroom has a large stall shower, his and hers sinks and a separate WC/bidet cubicle. There is also a walk-in dressing room. A vanity area and a comfortable sofa is found on the starboard side.
Forward of the Owners are the two mirror imaged twin cabins. Both of these have a Pullman, as well as the two single beds, and both have comfortable en-suite facilities.
Just forward of the lower lobby to port is the double VIP suite, once again with full en-suite facilities. To starboard is another twin cabin also with en-suite facilities. Whilst all the cabins are of a contemporary design, they are extremely comfortable and well appointed.
On the main deck forward of the galley is a crew dinette and also a laundry room. There are port and starboard water-tight electrical doors leading onto the side decks for easy crew circulation. To starboard is a stairway that leads down to the crew cabins; this consists of three bunk bedded cabins with en-suites and a separate Captain’s cabin also with en-suite. There is accommodation for a total of seven crew.