• 143.0833'
  • 1977
  • Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States
  • $2,900,000


  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: SWIFTSHIPS
  • Category: Motor Yacht
  • Model: N/A
  • Model Year: 1977
  • YearBuilt: 1977
  • Year Refit: 2015
  • Refit Type: Conversion 1991
  • Tax Paid: US Duty Paid
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: N/A
  • Fly Bridge: No
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 5/9 - Crew R/B/S: 5/0/8
  • LOA: 143' 1" (43.61m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 23' 7" (7.19m)
  • Min Draft: --
  • Max Draft: 7' 0" (2.13m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 12 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: 1,600 Miles
  • Max Speed: 16 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: --
  • Gross Tonnage: 299 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 9,463 Liters
  • Holding Tank: 3,028 Liters
  • Fuel Capacity: 34,068 Liters
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: N/A
  • Sleeps: 9
  • State Rooms: 5
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: 8
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Aluminum
  • Deck Material: N/A
  • Hull Configuration: N/A
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: N/A
  • Hull Color: N/A
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: N/A
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: Caterpillar
  • Model: C18
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel


The vessel was originally built by Swiftships as a passenger carrier and was extended and converted to a yacht in 1991 by Angus D.W. Robertson. She has just emerged from a 2015 refit in which she received a full paint job and numerous upgrades and/or replacement of many major systems. * see list below.

Additional Specifications


Steering:    Hydraulic
Propellers:    4 Blade
Gearbox:    ZF550A


Bow thruster:    Hydraulic, 65hP
Stern thruster:    None
Water maker:    2 x Horizon Reverse Osmosis Seafari (75GPH each)
Stabilizers:    Naiad 402
Fuel separator:    Alfa Laval MMB 2035-13
Air-conditioning:    3 x Domestic Marine Air MCGV90 Chillers
Waste water treatment:    Ahead AT-12 Biologic Sanitation System
Toilet system:    Tecma

TANKAGE (approximate)

Fuel:    34,068 l
Fresh water:    9,463 l
Grey water:    454 l
Black water:    3,028 l before Sanitation System


Voltage:    230 V
Frequency:    60 Hz
Shore power converter:    ATLAS shore power model SPA-90F
Batteries:    8 Intimidator 12 V/105Ah AGM in 4 banks of 2, Generator 2 x Deka Marine 1000 CCa AGM, Main Engines 4 x 4D Lead Acid


Magnetic compass:    Ritchie
Gyro compass:    Anshutz STD22
Log:    B&G and Furuno
Depth sounder:    B&G and Furuno
Sonar:    Interphas Probe
Autopilot:    Anshutz Pilostar D
Radar:    2 x Furuno F1351
Electronic chart system:    Nobeltec Time Zero
GPS:    Raymarine and Furuno GP-37
Instrumentation system
(wind speed & direction):    B&G network wind


Navtex:    JCR NCR-300A
Fleet 77:    KVH TracPhone
Broadband Internet    Cradlepoint cellular modem
VHF:    2 x Icom ICM-504
VHF hand held radio:    8 x Icom ICM – 88
Printer / fax:    HP 6250


TV/ DVD:    8 Samsung HDTV, 1 Roku HDTV
Satellite:    KVH HD7 satellite receiver
Music system:    Marantz sound system and Sony sound system


Refrigerator:    1 Full size and 1 under-counter Delfield commercial fridge in galley
Freezer:    1 full size Delfield commercial freezer in galley
Oven:    2 x Kitchen Aid 18” convection ovens
Stove:    Wolf induction cooktop – 5 burner
Microwave:    GE 1100watt
Icemaker:    2 x Scotsman under-counter DCE 33A, 1 U-line SS1095NF in salon
Dishwasher:    Kitchen Aid
Washing machine:     2 x Electrolux EIFLN50LIW1
Dryer:    2 X Electrolux EIED50LIW2


ACCOMMODATION     9 guests in 5 staterooms and 8 crew in 5 cabins

The main saloon offers a comfortable seating area along with a large dinning room table, which accommodates 10 guests.

Other Living Areas
Spacious and comfortable sky lounge situated on the bridge deck, with wonderful natural light and amazing views on either side.

Master Stateroom
Panoramic views can be enjoyed from the vast luxurious master suite. The master stateroom also benefits from his and hers ensuite bathrooms.

VIP Stateroom
Located on lower deck. Spacious room includes a king size bed with 60 inch flat screen TV.

Guest Stateroom
On the lower deck you will find 3 guest cabins, 3 double beds, benefiting from the creativeness of a soft and sumptuous décor.

Crew Accommodation
1 double cabin, located forward, and 3 twin cabins, with 2 ensuite showers. Captains cabin with double bed, ensuite shower, and desk located behind Pilot House.

Couch located on the stern. Adequately sized deck area located on the bridge deck aft. Comfortable seating areas and a round teak table offering a dining experience with a wonderful panoramic view.

Large sun-pad, located on the bow, ideal for sunbathing.

Sun-deck with multiple all weather sofas and great views.


The main salon offers a comfortable enclosed seating area aft with 180 degree panoramic views, a Samsung TV and a bar area which includes an icemaker/fridge and storage. Stairs on the Starboard side lead up to the sky lounge whilst to port there is an exit down to the toy garage. Forward is a large dining room table, which accommodates 10 guests.
Located beyond this off the starboard foyer is the Stew Pantry/galley and laundry areas Stairs to the guest accommodations below and up to the Bridge deck.

Master Stateroom

The full beam Master stateroom located forward on the main deck offers a king size bed and ensuite bathrooms. His with shower, bidet, sink and head. Hers with Jacuzzi tub, vanity, sink and head. The suite which offers great views also has a cedar lined closet, writing desk, a large curved 65” HDTV and a built in sofa.

VIP Stateroom

Located on the lower deck. This spacious room includes a king size bed, ensuite bathroom with Jacuzzi tub, hanging locker and a 60 inch flat screen TV.

Guest Staterooms

1 double cabin, located forward, and 3 twin cabins, with 2 ensuite showers. Captain’s cabin with double bed, ensuite shower, and desk located behind Pilot House. The bright open Crew Mess is located next to the Galley and Laundry room on the main deck with access forward to the bow.

Sky Lounge and Aft Deck

Aft on the bridge deck is the bright and airy Sky Lounge with an L shaped sofa, coffee table, curved HDTV, Icemaker, plus storage for drinks and glasses etc.  This leads out on to the covered Aft Deck, which features a round Teak table with lazy-Susan and seating for nine.

Deck Arrangement

Aft of the Sky Lounge is a covered dining area which offers shade for eating at the large round teak table that seats up to 9 guests. Behind this is a comfortable seating area perfect for watching the world go by.
There are steps up to the Sun Deck which has a long U-Shaped seating area perfect for cocktails under the stars.
In addition to this area is a large ‘bunny-pad’, located on the bow with integrated wireless Bluetooth speakers.
The Zodiac Tender is located on the bow with a davit for launching.

Toy Garage

Below the main deck is a large toy garage which houses the 2 wave-runners as well as all the water sports equipment.
Forward of this is the Engine room and Crew accommodations.

Deck Equipment

Anchors & chain:    2 x Fluke Anchors, 2 x 300’ 5/8” G5 chain
Cranes:    On bow, 1100lbs. hydraulic crane
Windlass:    2 x Muir hydraulic windlasses
Passarelle:    Aluminium stern passarelle on lewmar electric winch Marquipt side pass
Bathing ladder:    On aft deck
Stern capstans:    1 hydraulic

Tender & Toys

Tenders:    13ft Zodiac jet drive RIB
1 x Sea Doo RXP 255 (2008)
1 x Sea Doo RXP 215 (2007)
Toys:    Airhead tube, 2 kayaks, 2 inflatable
paddleboards, wakeboard
Dive equipment:    10 x 80 liter aluminium tanks, 1 x 63 liter
aluminium tank, 6 x Aqualung BCDs and

Safety & Security

Life rafts:    2 x 12 man EV life rafts, 1x 8 man EV life raft
Life jackets:    18 type 1 adult, 8 type 1 child
Fire–fighting equipment:    1 full fire-fighting suit with air, 5 fire hoses, 2 x
5hp Honda gas driven emergency pumps
Ship alarms:    Fire and bilge alarms in pilot house and crew
Bilge & fire pumps:    5 x Sta – Rite D series 3 hp pumps
Searchlight:    ACR URP102
Ships safes:    1 portable

Improvement Summary

*Summary of Improvements March 2015 – February 2016

Running Gear – Completed October 2015

Stabilizers – Naiad Model 402 – Full inspection of entire stabilizer system.  Replaced Stabilizer shafts, shaft seals and hydraulic actuators.

Propellers and propeller shafts – Removed and straightened propellers and shafts.  Replaced cutlass bearings.

Rudders – Removed, inspected system and replaced Rudder bearings and seals

    Bow Thruster – Removed, inspected system and replaced seals

Paint Job – Completed December 2015

Full exterior paint job - Including hull and superstructure.  Removal of old paint, re-fairing, re-priming, and repainting.  New non-skid paint on the decks.  New varnish on all exterior wood.

Hull (Below Waterline) - Completed September 2015

A complete survey of the hull integrity was completed August 2015.  Recommendations included removal of hull sections at the stern of the vessel as well as a portion of the hull at the forward diesel tank.  These sections were replaced and inspected.  Removed old bilge paint and recoated in control room, garage, and crew quarters.

Cooling System – Completed December 2015

2 of 3 Chillers were replaced, and chiller wiring and display electronics were upgraded.  24 of 25 Air-handlers on the vessel were replaced.  The 25th was upgraded with a new blower.  Raw water pumps and plumbing were replaced.  Chill water pump and engine room chill water plumbing was replaced.

Deck – Completed December 2015

The aft lounge on the bridge deck was improved.  The headliners, lighting and stereo system were replaced.  The seating was replaced and an outdoor television system was added.  

All exterior cushions on the boat were replaced and a forward “bunny pad” lounge area was added to the bow.

Anchor chain was replaced.  Anchors and anchor wells were polished.


A new hydraulic pump was added to the starboard generator power take-off in April 2015.


New Gyro was installed May 2015  

Electrical – Completed December 2015

All four interior circuit breaker panels were rewired and breaker system improved.
Galley and Laundry room wiring was upgraded.
All emergency lighting systems were replaced.
Control room 12V, 24V, and AC power systems were upgraded.
The electric start and charging systems for both main engines and generators were replaced.

Galley – Completed October 2015

The cooking exhaust and fire suppression system was replaced with commercial grade hardware.
New ovens, stove and countertops were installed.

Lighting – Completed November 2015

All interior lighting was upgraded to LED bulbs.  Fixtures were replaced as needed.  All light switches and outlet receptacles were replaced.

All exterior lighting was replaced with new LED fixtures and bulbs.
Illuminated “Sea Falcon” name signs were added to the port and starboard sides.

Black Water System – Completed December 2015

A new biologic USCG and IMO approved black water sanitation system was installed.  All flexible black water hose in the vessel has been replaced.  One of two black water transfer pumps was replaced and the other repaired.  The tank management system was upgraded.

Garage Storage Area – Completed November 2015

Expanded roller system to store and launch personal watercraft.  Added additional access doors to more effectively use storage areas.  Repainted garage.

Fresh Water System – Completed October 2015

Upgraded existing RO water maker to 75 gallons per hour output.   Installed a 2nd RO water maker with 75 gallon per hour output.

Safety Systems – Completed December 2015

All fire pumps were repaired as necessary.  All new portable fire pumps, fire hoses, EBIRB, SART, emergency VHF Radios, flares, throw lines, strobes, etc.