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MOANA

  • 80'
  • 2000
  • CUSTOM
  • West Palm Beach, Florida, United States
  • $2,250,000

ABOUT MOANA

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: CUSTOM
  • Category: Catamaran
  • Model: N/A
  • Model Year: 2000
  • YearBuilt: 2000
  • Year Refit: N/A
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • 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: 4/12 - Crew R/B/S: 2/0/3
  • LOA: 80' 0" (24.38m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 27' 0" (8.23m)
  • Min Draft: 5' 0" (1.52m)
  • Max Draft: 6' 0" (1.83m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 12 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: --
  • Cruise Speed Range: 3,500 Miles
  • Max Speed: 24 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: --
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: 47 Pounds
  • Gross Tonnage: 50 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 462 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 5,000 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: N/A
  • Heads: N/A
  • Sleeps: 12
  • State Rooms: 4
  • Crew Berths: N/A
  • Crew Sleeps: 3
  • Crew Heads: N/A
  • Captains Quarters: No
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Fiberglass
  • Deck Material: N/A
  • Hull Configuration: Catamaran
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: Stronach & Associates, Malcolm Tennant
  • Hull Color: White
  • Hull Finish: Awlgrip
  • Exterior Designer: Brian Pough
  • Interior Designer: N/A
  • Manufacturer: Caterpillar
  • Model: C12
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: N/A
  • Fuel Type: N/A

Detailed Specification


BASIC DETAILS

Name

MOANA

Type

Long Range Catamaran Motoryacht

Builder

Compass Rose International (Custom)

Year

2000

Hull No

KPLCMRSEA000

LOA

80’00”

24.38m

Beam Overall

27’00”

8.23m

Draft (Half Load)

5’00”

1.52m

Draft (Full Load)

6’00”

1.83m

Hull Material

Fiberglass

Superstructure

Fiberglass/Carbon Fibre

Decks

Fiberglass/Teak

Flag

US

Naval Architect

Stronach & Associates, Malcolm Tennant

Exterior Designer/Stylist

Brian Pough

Main Engines

2 x Caterpillar 660hp

Max Speed

24 knots

Cruising Speed

12 knots

Range

3,500nm

Electrical

US 240/120 60 Hertz

Displacement (Fully Loaded)

95,000lbs

Gross Tonnage

50 tons

Guest Accommodations

12 guests in 4 staterooms

 

 

Crew Accommodation

3 crew in 2 cabins

 

 

MODEL: MM770

LAUNCHED: JANUARY, 2000

DESIGN TEAM: STRONACH & ASSOC, MALCOLM TENNANT, BRIAN POUGH (NZ)

               

Principle Dimensions:

Imperial

Metric

Length overall

80’00”

24.3m

Length on deck

77’00”

23.4m

Beam

27’00”

8.23m

Draft, light

5’00”

1.52m

Draft, loaded

6’00”

1.80m

Freeboard forward

9’00”

2.70m

Freeboard aft

7’00”

2.10m

Salon headroom

7’05”

2.27m

Typical accommodation headroom

6’06”

1.98m

Fresh water capacity

462 US gals

1,750 liters

Fuel capacity

5,000 US gals

19,000 liters

Weight “light”

88,000 lbs

40,000 kgs

Weight “long range”

100,000 lbs

45,400 kgs

Height, water line to mast top

30’00”

9.10m

Range @ 11-12 knots

3,500+ nautical miles

 

 

WALKTHROUGH

 

Per the Captain/Builder:

The vision for MOANA was to build a safe, practical, and economical long range family cruiser capable of accessing and exploring remote areas of the world. The vision was exceeded as MOANA has logged over 118,000 miles since her launch. Her range is exceptional; as an example she made a non-stop passage from San Diego to the Marquesas Islands (a voyage of 3,500 nautical miles) at 12 knots and retained a 1,200 gallon fuel reserve upon arrival. Both her interior and exterior reflect a practical elegance rarely found in expedition vessels. 

 

Entering her spacious salon from the aft deck and immediately to port is a day head w/shower. To starboard is the spiral staircase to the pilothouse and upper deck. The salon proper offers a large dining table forward, a coffee table with large raised settee to starboard, and a gourmet galley with granite-top dining bar with four stools to port. Below to starboard are the king-berth Master Stateroom forward and the four-berth “Chevron” stateroom aft. Below to port is the “Guest-Quad” four- berth stateroom forward and the two-berth VIP aft. All four guest staterooms (capable of sleeping 12) feature beautiful golden teak veneer bulkheads and all have en-suite heads with shower/tubs. The full beam pilothouse offers top of the line electronics, a navigator’s computer station, a four person settee w/table, a private Captain’s cabin with two berths, access to the upper aft deck and to the top of the pilothouse, both with remote steering stations.

 

Practicality and utility were designed into the spacious and thoughtfully engineered deck areas. Enter the yacht from the dock or from the water via port and starboard landings located just above the water line on each hull. Walk up several steps to the fishing cockpit level which is cantilevered over the water from the main deck, suspended between both hulls. A live bait well, rod holders, tuna tubes and copious storage lockers all create a dedicated fishing area which does not interfere with the daily operation of the vessel. The teak laid aft deck features a large comfortable and popular U-shaped dining area on the center line facing forward. Forward and to starboard are a large custom built-in freezer, work bench, shoe dryer, and entry into the large battery/utility locker. The washer and dryer are built into a custom cabinet to port. Large hydraulic hatches with smaller integrated manual “day check” hatches cover the port and starboard engine rooms. Wide walk around side decks lead forward from both sides of the aft deck; aggressive non-skid and strong stainless steel safety railings provide confidence going forward. The 15’ diesel outboard powered custom RIB is stored “below deck” in a large garage w/ hydraulically operated hatch using the 1500# hydraulic davit. A large sun pad is inset into the hatch cover. Across the foredeck of MOANA between the hulls are built-in watertight storage lockers deep enough to store large fully inflated fenders and excess dock lines, etc. There is a deep (standing headroom) boson’s locker located just forward of the salon windows and aft of the dinghy garage. This storage facility is remarkable in its ability to hold a high capacity of the gear and spare parts necessary to facilitate remote expedition voyages. The access hatch to this locker is flush mounted into the top of the raised foredeck.

 

MAIN SALON

 

The wide 27’ beam allows for a spacious, light, and free flowing salon ideal for either casual or elegant entertaining without sacrificing full walk-around side-decks. Visibility from all salon seating areas is extraordinary due to thoughtful planning and design.

  • Entry from aft deck is through a custom circular sliding door with a large tinted acrylic inlay
  • Flooring is teak and holly, with satin varnish finish
  • Matched grain, golden teak paneling and moldings throughout with satin varnish finish
  • Overhead in Majelite “Whisper Wall” panels with lighting and dimmer switches by Cantalupi and Daniel R. Smith
  • Teak window blinds with remote controls
  • Day head with shower and wash basin to port
  • Circular stairwell to pilothouse with teak treads and lighting over to stbd
  • Large “U-shaped” galley to port with built in high-end appliances, overhead cabinets, and granite bar top. Four built in bar stools with stainless foot rests
  • Large oval teak dining table and seating for eight forward on center
  • Oval raised teak coffee table and seating for six to stbd
  • Seating cushions in Ralph Lauren fabrics
  • Entertainment center aft on center with TV and electronics in teak cabinet
  • Bookshelves in galley, stairwells, and entertainment center
  • Hatches in floor for access to huge pantry/storage areas
  • Large (12 cubic ft.) custom in-floor stainless steel “vegetable crisper” to keep vegetables fresh for long voyages (up to six weeks)
  • Sliding pocket door at salon entry can isolate salon noise from crew and pilothouse when running at night

 

MASTER STATEROOM

 

The Master Stateroom is located forward in the starboard hull. Headroom is 8’ allowing the designer to place the elevated king bed athwart-ship which affords the owner comfort and safety at sea and a spacious living area in port or at anchor. The golden teak veneer throughout the yacht was milled from two hand-picked seasoned teak logs; all of the grain is integrated beautifully. Storage is boundless and easily managed for long voyages. The head area is finished in a satin off-white gel coat which reflects the overall design practicality of the yacht. From the main salon, access to both starboard cabins is by curved, wide-tread carpeted and lighted stairwells with teak handrails.

  • Matched grain golden teak veneer and moldings throughout
  • Overhead in Majelite “Whisper Wall”
  • Lighting by Cantalupi & Daniel R Smith
  • Raised king size bed with easy-step access from both sides
  • Large drawers under
  • Cedar lined and lighted hanging closets
  • Full height mirror
  • Large desk/Computer station with swing out seat
  • Built in bookshelves
  • CD player with Bose speakers
  • Quality stain proof carpet
  • Lewmar overhead opening escape hatch
  • Lewmar “Ocean” opening port lights with curtains
  • Cruisair SMXll touch pad electronic air conditioning controls
  • Molded wash basin with vanity above, storage cabinet under
  • Molded shower & tub with satin finish off-white gel coat finish
  • Teak floor grate with drain under, adjacent shower/tub
  • Full size fresh water jet toilet by Headhunter

 

GUEST “Chevron”

 

The “Chevron” is located aft of the Master Stateroom in the Starboard hull. The 7’ headroom offers spaciousness and comfort. This stateroom features four single berths over/under situated fore and aft.

  • Matched grain golden teak veneer and moldings throughout
  • Overhead in Majelite “Whisper Wall”
  • Lighting by Cantalupi & Daniel R Smith
  • Four single berths over/under port/starboard
  • Cedar lined and lighted hanging locker
  • Multiple large storage drawers
  • Built-in book shelves
  • CD player with Bose speakers
  • Quality stain proof carpet
  • Lewmar opening portlights and skylights
  • Cruisair SMXII touch pad electronic air conditioning controls
  • Molded wash basin with vanity above and storage cabinet under
  • Large, molded shower with satin finish off-white gel coat finish
  • Teak floor grate with drain under, adjacent shower
  • Full size fresh water-jet toilet by Headhunter

 

GUEST “Quad”

 

The Guest “Quad” is located forward in the port hull. A unique design, the four twin berths are aligned over/under and athwart-ship with a privacy bulkhead between the forward and aft set of berths. Designed with children in mind, this original configuration could easily be re-aligned to mirror the Master Stateroom with minimum effort and cost. Access from the main salon to both port cabins is by curved wide-tread carpeted and lighted stairwells with teak handrails.

  • Matched grain golden teak veneer and moldings
  • Overhead in Majelite “Whisper Wall”
  • Lighting by Cantalupi & Daniel R Smith
  • Four twin berths w/ 8’ headroom situated over/under and athwart-ship separated by privacy bulkhead
  • Multiple, large storage drawers with mirror over
  • Cedar lined and lighted hanging lockers
  • Built-in book shelves
  • CD player with Bose speakers
  • Quality stain proof carpet
  • Lewmar “Ocean” opening portlights with curtains
  • Cruisair SMX ll touch pad electronic air conditioning controls
  • Molded wash basin with vanity above and storage cabinet under
  • Large molded shower & tub with satin finish off-white gel coat finish
  • Teak floor grate with drain under adjacent tub/shower
  • Full size fresh water jet toilet by Headhunter

 

GUEST “VIP”

 

The Guest “VIP” is located aft of the Guest “Quad” in the port hull. This stateroom features two twin berths situated fore and aft/port and starboard.

  • Matched grain golden teak veneer and moldings
  • Overhead in Majelite “Whisper Wall”
  • Lighting by Cantalupi & Daniel R Smith
  • Two twin berths w/ 7’ headroom situated fore and aft
  • Multiple large storage drawers with mirror over
  • Cedar lined and lighted hanging locker
  • Built-in book shelves
  • CD player with Bose speakers
  • Quality stain proof carpet
  • Lewmar “Ocean” opening skylights & port lights with curtains
  • Cruisair SMXII touch pad electronic air conditioning controls
  • Molded wash basin with vanity above and storage cabinet under
  • Large molded shower with satin finish off-white gel coat finish
  • Teak floor grate with drain under adjacent shower
  • Full size fresh water jet toilet by Headhunter

 

GALLEY

 

The Galley is located on the port side of the Main Salon. An abundance of space and window area equate to an open, light, and airy gathering place for family and guests. There is an L-shaped granite counter with four upholstered stools for casual dining facing the port side windows. The galley work space presents as a thoughtfully designed and engineered workplace for the accomplished chef. Top brand stainless steel appliances were chosen to compliment abundant storage lockers and cabinets to integrate the balance of beauty and functionality.

  • Asko stainless dishwasher model D5233 (2011)
  • GE “Monogram” 27in stainless oven model ZEK938SMSS (2011)
  • GE “Monogram” 29 cu ft stainless fridge/freezer model GSHS9NGYSS (2011)
  • GE 30in glass cook top
  • GE 30in raising downdraft vent system model JVB37
  • Miele 24in stainless microwave/convection oven, model H4082BM-SS (2011)
  • U-line icemaker model SS98-03 (2011)
  • Custom 12 cu ft stainless crisper (chest refrigerator for produce built into galley floor)
  • Miscellaneous small electrical appliances: Bread maker, Coffee maker, Blenders, Vacuum cleaners, etc.
  • Abundant storage cabinets and drawers
  • Teak and holly satin varnished floors
  • Overhead in Majelite “Whisper Wall”
  • Lighting by Cantalupi and Daniel R Smith

 

PILOTHOUSE

 

Access to the Pilothouse is by a circular stairwell to starboard just inside the entryway from the aft deck.  The Captain’s Stidd helm chair is on the centerline with all pertinent navigational electronics and controls fully accessible. Visibility is extremely good due to the large tempered glass windows and the full beam of the Pilothouse. A large functional computer/navigator desk w/chair is located on the starboard side of the console and electronic liquid level indicators are installed beneath the console to port. A four person settee with table is set against the port side and can convert to a double bed when guests outnumber cabins. A private stateroom for the Captain and Mate is built-in against the aft bulkhead and offers two twin berths in a bunk bed configuration. Aft and to starboard is the walkway access to the upper aft “cockpit” which offers a remote operating station, two comfortable deck chairs and access to the top of the pilothouse. The top of the pilothouse has been configured to be a “Crow’s Nest” with a remote control station for navigating tricky anchorages and for transiting the Panama Canal. There is a clever seating arrangement for guests behind safety railings.

  • Spacious full width pilothouse offers exceptional visibility
  • Tempered glass throughout
  • Cabinetry paneling and molding all in golden teak with satin varnish finish
  • Flooring is teak & holly satin finish
  • Overheads in Majelite “Whisper Wall” with lighting by Cantalupi and DRS
  • Captain cabin with two berths, cedar lined hanging locker and numerous drawers & storage lockers
  • “Engineer’s cabin” at deck level beneath “eyebrow” forward of the helm (Crawl space only)
  • Table and seating for four to port. Table doubles as drop-down berth
  • Stainless steel sink with hot & cold fresh water faucet to stbd
  • Small Nova Kool fridge/freezer
  • Stidd helm chair on center
  • Navigator chair at computer station to stbd
  • Fully air conditioned with two air handlers, digital touch pad controls

 

NAVIGATION AND ELECTRONICS

 

Caterpillar engine control panels (New in 2011) at pilothouse helm station for monitoring all engine functions. Also includes:

  • Alarm & diagnostic indicators
  • Trip & history data
  • Start/stop/slow engine switches and buttons
  • Backup throttle in event of power loss to Kobelt control system
  • Simrad BR24 4kW broadband radar with 15in DI15 integrated multifunction navigation display with OP40 touch pad controller (2011)
  • Simrad TX06S 6kW HD digital radar with 12in NSE12 integrated multifunction navigation display (2011)
  • Simrad BSM-2 echo sounder with Airmar R509 transducer (2011)
  • Simrad IS20 graphic display (back up fathometer/knot meter/compass) one at pilothouse, one at aft docking station (2011)
  • Simrad NAIS300 network AIS Class B transponder (2011)
  • Standard Horizon Matrix, GS2000 VHF radio (2011)
  • Furuno GP-30 GPS Navigator
  • V-Mac Sentinel Data Star monitoring/alarm system
  • ComNav 1001 autopilot
  • Sailor Fleet Broad Band 250 sat phone system with Thrane & Thrane handset
  • Motorola Iridium handheld satphone
  • Canon Pixma iP100 printer
  • Sony CD player & Bose speakers
  • Ritchie Powerdamp 5 in magnetic compass

 

ELECTRICAL

 

Electrical system engineered and installed to conform to IEEE and ABYC highest standards. It consists of three self-contained systems:

  • 120/240 volt, 60Hz, isolated ground, isolated neutral
  • 24 volt, D.C., isolated ground
  • 12 volt, D.C., isolated ground

 

A.C. System Supply

  • Two 20kW single phase Northern Lights gensets
  • One 6kw single phase Northern Lights “night” genset
  • Asea 12.8 kW shore power voltage and frequency converter
  • One 50ft 100amp Hubbell shore power cable

 

A.C. System Distribution

  • Main A.C. distribution panel powers seven area sub panels via a split (A & B) contactor controlled bus system and magnetic circuit breakers
  • “Split board” allows any combination of gensets and/or shore power depending on load requirements
  • A.C. system control to bus A & B at main distribution panel by control buttons that activate remote mounted contactors
  • A.C. system monitoring at main distribution (salon) panel
  • Status of A & Bbusses monitored for voltage, kW, frequency and amperage draw by individual analog meters
  • Status of each generator indicated by illuminated control buttons
  • Touch pad computer for Asea shore power converter control and input & output data monitoring built into panel

 

Main A.C. distribution panel powers seven area sub panels via a split (A & B) contactor controlled bus system and magnetic circuit breakers

  • “Split board” allows any combination of gensets and/or shore power depending on load requirements
  • A.C. system control to bus A & B at main distribution panel by control buttons that activate remote mounted contactors
  • A.C. system monitoring at main distribution (salon) panel
  • Status of A & Bbusses monitored for voltage, kW, frequency and amperage draw by individual analog meters
  • Status of each generator indicated by illuminated control buttons
  • Touch pad computer for Asea shore power converter control and input & output data monitoring built into panel

 

A.C. System Includes

  • 2 x Aqua Signal 500watt deck lights, aft
  • 2 x Aqua Signal 200watt deck lights, fwd
  • 3 x DeepSea 150W-HID-S thru-hull underwater fishing lights
  • 49 electrical outlets

 

D.C. System Supply

  • 4 x Lifeline V8D GPL 1400 series 12VDC batteries for house supply maintained by Lifeline VMI 60amp 120VAC/24VDC charger
  • 4 x Lifeline V4D GPL 1400 series 12VDC batteries for main engines start maintained by Lifeline VMI 25amp 120VAC/24VDC charger
  • 3 x Lifeline 12VDC batteries for genset starting maintained by Newmar PT-14W charger
  • 2 x Lifeline 12VDC batteries (in pilothouse) for navigation electronics maintained by Lifeline VMI 60amp charger with Xantrex Pathmaker for automatic backup to house batteries charger
  • 2 x Powertap Max-Amp alternators model PT10 162-180 amps mounted on each main engine for back up house battery charging

 

D.C. System Includes

  • Analog meters for voltage and amperage draw at main distribution panel
  • Interior exterior lighting systems by Daniel R. Smith, Cantalupi, and others feature halogen bulbs, transformers and dimmer switches
  • Navigation lighting by Perko “A” series with custom mimic board in pilothouse
  • Bonding system includes propeller shaft wipers and zinc anodes at transoms
  • Lightning protection with Forespar static diffuser at mast top and Guest grounding plate underwater
  • V-Mac Data Star alarm system with alarms and sensors for engines, machinery, bilges, fire/smoke, low voltage, low fuel, fuel pump running, deck freezer temp, etc.
  • Monitoring of fuel, fresh water, grey water and black water by Headhunter Tank Sentry panels in pilothouse, with repeater panels in engine rooms (fuel) and galley (fresh water)

 

ENGINE ROOM

 

  • 2 x 660 HP C12 Caterpillar electronic engines (New in 2011) with Twin Disc MG 5114A gearboxes (Port: 1,919 hours, Stbd: 1,938 hours)
  • Exhaust piping by Marine Exhaust Systems, stainless & inconel construction
  • Exhausts terminate at special exhaust box with 3-port, above & below water line discharge system for no backpressure, quiet operation
  • Centa, “Vulkan” VKE soft couplings in both gearboxes to eliminate gear lash noise
  • Engines and gearboxes on 6-point soft mounts to minimize noise and vibration (2011)
  • Evolution ESC # 9 flex couplings on propeller shafts (2011)
  • M19 (certified) high tensile stainless steel, 2.5inpropeller shafts, running through Tides, water cooled, dripless shaft seals
  • Michigan, M500 5-blade bronze propellers, 30”diameter x 29”pitch
  • 2 x 20kW Northern Lights gensets in sound boxes, Aqua Lift mufflers (Port: 23,905 hours, 5,038 since rebuild; Stbd: 23,429 hours, 6,009 since rebuild)
  • 1 x 6kW Northern Lights genset in sound box, Aqua Lift muffler (Night genset: 4,352 hours)
  • Cruiseair, chilled water air conditioning system, 2 x 4ton chillers, 9 x air handlers
  • 2 x Village Marine Tech, 600gpd watermakers, Aqua Pro Titanium high pressure pumps, March magnetic drive supply pumps
  • Haldex, 4F680A, electric/hydraulic power unit for hydraulic power to hatch cylinders
  • Headhunter fresh water system, AC & DC pumps, 2 x 4 gal. accumulators
  • Headhunter “Royal Flush” fresh water jet head system, 5 heads
  • Bauer, “Capitano” scuba compressor
  • Asea, 12.8kW shore power converter, with touch pad controller at electrical panel
  • Hamilton/Parke electrical control panel
  • Air enters engine rooms through very large scoops and dorades in cabin sides for moisture-free air to engines and all equipment
  • Six-speed Multi-fan radial fans for enhanced air supply to engine rooms in tropical climates
  • Excess, hot air discharged through cowls under wing, assisted with Turbo fans
  • Access through small & large locking deck hatches, P&S. Large hatches, for enhanced accessibility or engine removal, on hydraulic cylinders. All hatches with FRP or stainless steel scuppers & rubber seals
  • Engine rooms double insulated with FRP panels over, for easy maintenance. Special sound barrier treatment outboard main engines (2011)
  • AC & DC overhead lighting
  • 70 gal, integral lube oil waste tanks under main engines
  • 20 gal integral gray tanks, P&S, with automatic bilge pumps
  • Lower & upper automatic bilge pumps
  • Mechanical backup instrument panels with remote start/stop for mains and gensets and emergency paralleling switches for main engines
  • Lube oil & fuel filters, and lube oil monitoring, all remote mounted for easy access
  • Fixed, CO2 fire suppression systems, manual activation
  • Smoke alarms & heat sensors
  • Bait tank pump piped and valved for emergency water supply to Tides propeller shaft seals and/or hydraulic oil cooler when underway on one main engine only
  • Multi-tank fuel system valves, filters, pumps, piping, and timer controls
  • Built in cabinets for tools & spare parts
  • Fresh water piping and valves for engine room, bilges cleaning
  • Electrical receptacles
  • Sealand T2424VDC black water discharge pumps, P&S
  • Sealand T2424VDC grey water discharge pumps, P&S
  • Delta “T” 8in axial fans (10) for fresh air circulation to engine rooms, battery locker, lazarettes, and storage lockers
  • Systems are by Kobelt Equipment Co, Vancouver, BC
  • Kobelt 6525 electronic control heads at pilothouse, stbd aft control station, and pilothouse top include station select, station lock, throttle override, and synchronizer modes
  • Gearbox controls are electric/manual with override levers in engine rooms in case of electrical power loss

 

STEERING

 

  • The steering system was engineered and most components supplied by Kobelt, hard files and drawings aboard, the system is electric/hydraulic
  • Power to the system is supplied by Parker, PVP16, variable volume piston hydraulic pumps, one on each main engine, one pump can run the system if the vessel must run on one engine only
  • Electric power is 24 volt, supplied by push button contactors at any of three control stations
  • Monohulls usually require a connecting bar between the rudder tillers, so both rudders turn at the same time, using only one hydraulic cylinder. In this case the rudders each have a hydraulic cylinder and the “connecting bar” is electronic. One rudder is the master and one the slave, with speed and travel adjusted electronically at the bronze, watertight, Kobelt control boxes in the stbd lazarette.
  • Kobelt, model 7080 bronze & stainless hydraulic steering cylinders, electric solenoids and bypass valves
  • Simms (NZ), Duplex 2205, 2.5in Stainless steel rudder shafts through Tides Seals, tiller arms are 3/16 stainless steel by Simms with stbd unit drilled for locking pin
  • Kobelt and ComNav rudder angle feedback units attached to tiller arms
  • Rudder blades are welded steel frame with hard foam inside, FRP over
  • Blades are special hydrodynamic shape for trailing edge pressure and superior steering with minimal rudder travel
  • Steering at 3 control stations: On center in the pilothouse, with traditional steering wheel, and dual rudder angle indicators
  • With jog lever, for docking and fishing, at the upper aft deck, on stbd, with rudder angle indicator
  • With jog lever, on the pilothouse top station, works well when 360 degree visibility for the captain is desired (It is also a plus when running narrow, shallow passes in reefs)
  • In the event of electrical power loss to the system, there is a back-up manual system to steer the boat. This system uses a manual hydraulic helm pump and removable steering wheel, located next to the work bench. The operator can look through the aft and fwd salon windows to see a clear view of the horizon.
  • A hydraulic oil cooler is located in the stbd lazarette. The cooling water supply is from the stbd main engine, with back up water provided by the bait pump if running on port engine only.
  • Hydraulic oil for the system provided by a 15 gal, aluminum tank under the port, outboard lanai deck hatch. Hydraulic oil is Shell, Tellus 32

 

DECK

 

Anchor System

Each bow has a heavy duty stainless steel roller and electric windlass with chain wheel and capstan over. The dual capstan setup allows superior warping of forward dock lines port & stbd. The stbd windlass can be operated by a deck switch on the foredeck or by switches at the pilothouse helm or stbd aft control station.

From the pilothouse the captain can see the anchor chain when the anchor is being retrieved, and maneuver the boat to keep the chain angle vertical. From the stbd aft upper deck control station the captain can drop the anchor and run out the chain while maneuvering the boat in a med-moor situation. This allows the captain to set the anchor properly and frees up one more crew to handle the lines in the stern. With two anchors always ready, the boat can be double anchored (bow & stern) when necessary. The stbd anchor is the day to day anchor. It is an 80kg “Bruce” with 455 ft. of high tensile, 7/16” chain. The port anchor is a 50kg “Bruce” with 350 ft. of high tensile 7/16” chain and 500 feet of 1 ¼” nylon line for deep anchoring. The chain lockers are deep and directly under the windlasses. The incoming chain does not need to be flaked down as it self-stacks and never fouls itself in heavy weather. The outboard sides of the chain lockers are lined with heavy rubber matting to prevent “chain slapping” noise or damage to the hulls. Fresh water wash down valves and hoses at bow bullnose, upper aft deck, and fishing deck locker. Salt water wash down/tuna tube piping at port aft boarding platform. Skandvik shower faucet units at port & stbd aft boarding platforms.

  • Exterior Finish
  • Awlgrip, “New Hatteras White”, # 4242, linear polyurethane on topsides
  • Awlcraft 2000 acrylic polyurethane, for reparability, all superstructure
  • Awlgrip micro spheres on non-skid decks
  • Teak lanai deck & hatches
  • International, Micron CSC anti-fouling bottom paint

 

LAZARETTES

 

Lazarette

  • Access through locking deck hatches with molded scuppers under
  • Overhead fluorescent, DC lighting
  • Special carbon fiber round-to-rectangle exhaust piping/sound insulated
  • Robust FRP pedestals and rudder shaft thru-hulls
  • Raised FRP floor grating
  • 8in radial Turbo exhaust fans
  • Electrical receptacles

 

Starboard

  • Asea, 12.8 kW shore power converter with 8in Turbo fan under
  • 50ft 100amp shore power cable
  • Shore power circuit breaker and current isolator
  • Ocean Atlantic T20E 20 gal water heater (electric or genset heating)
  • Kobelt steering system, cylinder bypass, valve solenoids and control boxes
  • Hydraulic oil cooler
  • 3 DeepSea underwater fishing lights and power supply modules

 

Port

  • Bauer Capitano scuba compressor, controller and filters
  • Raritan 1700 series 20 gal water heater (electric or genset heating)
  • March 809 magnetic drive hot water circulating pump
  • March TE 5D MC magnetic drive salt water wash down/tuna tube pump

 

 

EXTERIOR LOCKERS

 

Forward

  • Chain lockers are split with aft portion for fender storage; Lewmar hatches over
  • “Bullnose” lockers (3) across forward wing deck for dock lines, sea anchor, anchor related spares, wash down hose
  • Dinghy “garage” in huge opening foredeck locker, with separate storage for lines, buoys, spare anchors, etc.
  • Very large stand-up “dive locker” aft of dinghy locker for dive gear, spare parts, cleaning & painting supplies, galley stores, etc., under foredeck hatch, access by ladder

 

Aft Deck

  • Portside lanai deck cabinet for washer/dryer
  • Asko clothes washer: Model W6984
  • Asko clothes dryer: Model T793
  • Stbd side lanai deck locker for deck freezer
  • Fridgibar, 22 cu ft. custom chest type stainless deck freezer with external digital temperature gauge
  • Battery locker aft to stbd for batteries; house & navigation battery chargers, main battery switches, extra shore power cables & adapters
  • Covered work bench/storage locker for maintenance supplies or fishing gear
  • Shoe locker with hatch under work bench locker
  • Tall locker for fishing rods, stbd outboard
  • (3) large lockers under lanai deck hatches for diving and fishing gear
  • “U” storage under lanai seating for lube oil tank, gaffs & boat hooks, long items
  • Double athwartship bulkheads aft of lanai seating forms large lockers for wash down hose, sink, fishing tackle drawers, bait tank, and scuba tanks (6)
  • Lockers (2) outboard aft cockpit, for life raft and barbecue equipment
  • Port & stbd lockers on upper aft deck, for safety equipment & misc. storage
  • “Lanai deck” with outside dining/seating at main deck level
  • Fishing cockpit at lower level
  • Boarding/swim platforms aft, just above sea level
  • Raised forward cabin with sundeck cushion
  • All lockers with flush stainless steel locks

 

HULL, DECKS and SUPERSTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION

 

All resins modified epoxies or vinylester. Core materials in hull and structural areas closed cell PVC foam. Fabrics are combination of E glass, Kevlar hybrids, and carbon fiber in selected high stress areas. All panels hand laid and vacuum bagged to ensure correct resin/fabric saturation and mix. Laminate schedules and composite engineering of all structural components per High Modulus New Zealand, comparable to DNV classification rules for unrestricted service.

 

Bulb bows, for superior headseas stability, with stainless steel “longline cutters” on stems. Propellers and rudders are above plane of keel for operation in very shallow locales. Vessel can lay on bottom without damage to running gear. Sea chests located above keel for debris-free operation in very shallow water.

 

TANKAGE

 

  • 2 x 230 gal fresh water
  • 2 x 150 gal grey water
  • 2 x 175 gal black water
  • 4 x 1000 gal diesel fuel
  • 2 x 500 gal diesel (day tanks)
  • 2 x 70 gal waste lube oil
  • 2 x 20 gal grey water
  • All hull tanks integral
  • Fresh water & fuel tanks coated inside with CeramKote, epoxy/ceramic sealer
  • Deck fuel fills and vent piping sized for fast filling
  • High fuel vents and piping configured to allow overflow fuel to enter adjoining tank/s instead of spilling on deck
  • Fuel tanks fitted with sounding tubes in case of electronic monitoring system failure
  • Fuel tank suction piping to very bottom of tanks for water & dirt removal
  • 65 gal aluminum lube oil storage tank under Lanai deck seating
  • 15 gal aluminum hydraulic oil tank under Lanai deck, port. Tank fitted with sight gauge, temperature gauge, and low level alarm sender

 

FUEL, LUBE OIL, WASTE LUBE OIL SYSTEM

 

  • Fuel systems, including all valves, filters, debug units, transfer pumps, spinner flow indicators, pressure switches, electric timers, and fuel tank gauges (repeaters) are located in engine rooms
  • 12 VDC Electric fuel pumps for genset supply from deep day tanks
  • Duplex, Racor fuel filters with 2 micron filters for mains, with vacuum gauges
  • Single Racor fuel filters with 2 micron filters for gensets, with vacuum gauges
  • Fuel transfer between tanks can be by valves and gravity, or gear pump on timer
  • Oberdorfer 992-F36, 230 VAC gear pumps, port & stbd, are slow by design, allow for pre-filtration to 20 microns
  • Racor filter unit pre-filters fuel to 10 microns, removes all water
  • Pump manifolds also allow fuel transfer to opposite hulls or another vessel alongside
  • Gear pumps double as lube oil transfer pumps to pump lube oil from drum on dock to vessel storage tank
  • Red, “fuel pump running” lights, port & stbd on upper deck overhead
  • Lube oil storage tank located under Lanai deck seating holds 65 gals. Sight gauge outboard to port, fill under PiHi hatch. Lube oil transfer to engine rooms by gravity
  • Waste lube oil tanks under mains are also blending tanks. Waste lube oil from mains or gens is drained into tank, mixed with fuel and then pumped to forward tanks. When blended with nearly-full fwd tanks, oil to fuel ratio is less than 2% and well within Caterpillar specs.

 

TENDER

 

Custom built Nautica 15’ RIB DL w/Yanmar D36 Diesel Outboard Engine. The tender is stowed in a garage under the foredeck, with a very large hydraulic hatch over. A special cowling in the bottom of the dinghy locker allows the dinghy to be stowed with the engine vertical, and when flooded with fresh water, makes flushing the engine very simple. The tender is launched or stowed with a Nautical Structures MC 1500 110VAC davit. The davit is fitted with a telescoping mast that allows the boom to recess into the raised foredeck. The boom has a special tang at the nose, for attachment of a manual hoist in case of emergency. The davit can also be a backup system for raising the big garage hatch, using a removable ring fitted into the hatch. The davit is operated with a remote, pendant type controller, with a back-up switch on the winch motor. The winch is spooled with Spectra braided line and Wichard trigger snap shackle.

  • Hydraulic tilt and steering
  • 30+ gallon fuel tank (long range)
  • Two-position control console
  • Tachometer
  • Fuel gauge
  • Knot meter
  • Compass
  • Simrad NSS7 electronic fathometer/navigations system
  • Simrad “Structure Scan” transducer and GPS

 

TOYS

 

  • “Malibu Two” open water kayak
  • Windsurfer with Neil Pryde sail
  • Knee/wake board
  • 2 x Surfboards

 

SAFETY

 

Data Star “V-Mac Sentinel” alarm/monitoring system for mains & gens, engine room temp/smoke, flooding, low DC volts, low/high fuel, low fresh water, low hydraulic oil level, high deck freezer temp, includes sumps under main engines with alarm sensors for water, fuel, lube oil or hydraulic oil leaks.

  • Emergency shut-down switches for main engines at aft docking station
  • 2 x KIDDE Mariner model FW750 FE241 41lb fixed CO2 fire systems in engine rooms
  • MIR 200 degree F heat sensors in each engine room
  • American Sensors smoke alarms in engine rooms, lazarettes, main electrical panel, galley and salon, and all cabins
  • 8 x KIDDE 3lb dry chemical “BC” handheld fire extinguishers throughout vessel
  • Avon Valise pack 6 person life raft, Serial # J23 K699, with double bottom and canopy
  • ACR/SM-2 man overboard strobe light
  • USCG approved life jackets
  • 2 x ACR 406 MHz EPIRB’s
  • Motorola “IRIDIUM” sat phone
  • Handheld VHF radios
  • Forespar static dissipating lightning protection system
  • Para-Tech 28ft sea anchor

 

2016 refit

 

At boat yard:

  • Haul out, sand & paint bottom, replace zincs
  • Remove props & shafts, check all running gear
  • Rebuild port propeller shaft flex coupling
  • Replace all cutlass shaft bearings & prop shaft seals
  • Paint props, bow “cutters”, underwater light bezels with PropSpeed
  • Remove all exterior hardware & equipment. Polished all stainless and sent out bronze items for re-chrome
  • Prep and paint all exterior, including non-skid decks & accessory equipment with “Awlcraft 2000” acrylic polyurethane “New Hatteras White”
  • New “Moana” lettering on transom

 

At marina:

  • All exterior hardware re-installed
  • Awlgrip “Awlcare” sealer applied to entire exterior paint
  • New navigation lights
  • VHF antenna replaced
  • New exterior stereo speakers installed
  • Fwd docking lights replaced
  • All house, navigation, and engine starting batteries replaced
  • Fire extinguisher system serviced & tagged
  • Hydraulic steering cylinders & bypass valve rebuilt
  • Upgrade Cruisair air conditioning system & controls

 

REMARKS

 

Utilizing hands-on experience based upon a 10+ year history of cruising with his young family, the Owner commissioned a practical, safe, comfortable, and economical expedition family cruising yacht; the end result was the beautiful and unique 80’ power catamaran MOANA, built by the highly respected San Diego yacht builder Lew Maurer (Compass Rose International). The yacht far exceeded her owner’s expectations and she safely took his family to the most remote and fascinating destinations around the world. After traveling over 118,000 nautical miles the family has now grown up and the time has arrived for the next adventurer to begin recording unique and memorable experiences.

 

Extensive files, both hard copies and on computer memory sticks detail:

  • Construction and systems details
  • All equipment and spares including model & serial numbers, and suppliers (many spare parts and special tools for long range operation are aboard)
  • Comprehensive maintenance schedules
  • Equipment history detailing equipment performance, maintenance, and upgrades for entire life of vessel
  • Paper and electronic charts, Caribbean to Indian Ocean
  • “As built” electrical system drawings
  • Main engines, gearboxes, and hydraulic oil analysis records

 

DISCLAIMER

 

 

All speeds, measurements, capacities, consumptions, etc. may be approximate or estimated. Specifications provided for information only. Data was obtained from sources believed to be reliable and is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes the responsibility to ascertain the correctness of all data contained herein and otherwise provided and must instruct his agent and surveyors to confirm all details for accuracy prior to purchase. Subject to prior sale price and inventory change or withdrawal from market without notice.

 

 

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