YACHT DETAILS

VESSEL DETAILS

MISS SHUGA

  • 98.1666'
  • 2006
  • MCP YACHTS
  • Coral Gables, Florida, United States
  • $3,495,000

ABOUT MISS SHUGA

DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
  • Basic Information
  • Dimensions
  • Speed / Weight
  • Accomodations
  • Hull & Deck
  • Engine Information
  • Builder: MCP YACHTS
  • Category: Motor Yacht
  • Model: 98 Global Fast Trawler
  • Model Year: 2006
  • YearBuilt: 2006
  • Year Refit: 2015
  • Refit Type: N/A
  • Tax Paid: N/A
  • Country: United States
  • Registration #: N/A
  • Coast Guard #: N/A
  • Vessel Top: Hardtop
  • Fly Bridge: Yes
  • Cockpit: No
  • Helipad: No
  • Accomodations: Guest SR/S: 5/10 - Crew R/B/S: 2/3/3
  • LOA: 98' 2" (29.92m)
  • LWL: --
  • LOD: --
  • Beam: 21' 8" (6.60m)
  • Min Draft: 6' 7" (2.01m)
  • Max Draft: 6' 9" (2.06m)
  • Clearance: --
  • MFG Length: --
  • Cruise Speed: 19 Knots
  • Cruise Speed RPM: 1,950 RPM
  • Cruise Speed Range: 2,500 Miles
  • Max Speed: 21 Knots
  • Max Speed RPM: 2,250 RPM
  • Max Speed Range: --
  • Displacement: --
  • Gross Tonnage: 101 Ton
  • Water Capacity: 1,200 Gallons
  • Holding Tank: --
  • Fuel Capacity: 5,700 Gallons
  • Fuel Consumption: --
  • Berths: 5
  • Heads: 7
  • Sleeps: 10
  • State Rooms: 5
  • Crew Berths: 3
  • Crew Sleeps: 3
  • Crew Heads: 2
  • Captains Quarters: Yes
  • Hull ID: N/A
  • Hull Material: Aluminum
  • Deck Material: Teak
  • Hull Configuration: Modified V-Hull
  • Project Manager: N/A
  • Hull Designer: MCP Yachts
  • Hull Color: blue
  • Hull Finish: N/A
  • Exterior Designer: MCP Yachts
  • Interior Designer: MCP Yachts
  • Manufacturer: Caterpillar
  • Model: C-32
  • Engine Count: Twin
  • Engine Type: Inboard
  • Fuel Type: Diesel

Walkthrough

MISS SHUGA is the latest of the 98’ Global Fast Trawlers (GFT) to have reached the market.  She offers a floor plan that is wide open, family oriented and, most importantly, fun. All of the living spaces, as well as the stairwells and companionways, are wide and spacious giving the impression that you are on a much larger yacht. The owners chose a mix of light colored fabrics, brightly colored accents and satin finished Maple wood to invite their guests to interact in a casual, festive and relaxed atmosphere. Crossing the expansive teak laid aft deck, there are large, glass doors that can slide all the way outboard so the aft deck and salon seamlessly come together. The salon, dining room and galley compose the interior main deck with a layout that is perfect for family or formal entertaining. Largely because of the uninterrupted transition from the aft deck, the entire main deck is voluminous and spacious and lends itself equally well to a large crowd as it does to a quiet gathering.

With a central galley in lieu of a country kitchen, the GFT has a spacious on deck master with en suite bathroom. As a family yacht, there are two queen staterooms and one multiberth stateroom below deck that are centered about a large foyer, providing quarters for eight additional guests. All staterooms have a settee and large en suite bathroom. With almost seven feet of free headroom and oversized portlights, below decks have a bright and spacious feel which is similar to the main deck.

Throughout MISS SHUGA, the high quality finish, detailed inlay and custom carpentry are all hallmarks of the noteworthy evolution of MCP Shipyard's interior craftsmanship. The elegant finishwork without a doubt, meets the high expectations of the luxury yacht market. This same detailed craftsmanship and open layout philosophy is carried through to the upper decks which are accessed from the aft deck or salon by wide, teak stairwells.

For safety and ease of use, the 98 GFT has a separate pilothouse on the skylounge deck. When in need of a better vantage point for dockage or navigating shallow anchorages in the Bahamas, the captain also has an aft deck control station and a third helm station on the flybridge. Naturally, he will have plenty of company on the flybridge sundeck because the owners have incorporated seating and sun pads to take advantage of the panoramic view. A custom, aluminum framed hardtop adds yet another element of alfresco versatility to the flybridge of the GFT.

Aft of the pilothouse, the skylounge deck incorporates another large social gathering area including the interior sky lounge and the outdoor Jacuzzi area. The interior sky lounge consists of a round table with seating for six to enjoy breakfast or a card game, some gym equipment, and a convenient day head. The aft sundeck and Jacuzzi are available for relaxing with a spectacular view. The tender sits behind the Jacuzzi and can be launched at a moment’s notice to create even more
space. Forward to the Jacuzzi is a large wetbar/BBQ area for service and refreshment needs. At this level, guests have safe and convenient walkaround decks that lead to the Portuguese walkway and the bow area.

If you approach MISS SHUGA on a floating dock, you will almost certainly be impressed by the high, expedition style bow which resembles that of a much larger yacht. With over 13 feet of vertical distance from the waterline, the high bow sheer
makes the vessel safer and more comfortable when heading into rough seas far offshore. To accommodate the "go anywhere" mantra of the GFT, the bow is outfitted with two large stainless steel anchors with 300 feet of 5/8" inch chain and matching 3 phase Maxwell 4500 windlasses. And, in case you are thinking that the bow was given entirely to functional design, the periphery of this working foredeck offers comfortable, secluded seating.
 
At the stern end of the yacht, MISS SHUGA has a large cockpit for fishing and other water activities. The plumb transom hinges open on hydraulic rams to create a large swim platform and extend the boat to a full 98 feet, hence the
title GFT 98. Incorporated into the port side of the cockpit, there is a unique and functional hydraulic passarelle for aft, medstyle, boarding. The cockpit, too, has teak decks and a high gloss varnished caprail.

In addition to all of the superior design and layout details, the engineering of the boat is its real strength. Coordinated use  of space provides MISS SHUGA with sufficient engine room and lazarette space to accommodate all of the necessary equipment for operating independently over long periods of time in any part of the world. The standard design and specifications includes Northern Light 32KW generators, an ASEA shore converter, Alfa Laval fuel centrifuge, 4 watertight bulkheads, double bottom hulls, fresh water flush of main engines and generators, 1800 GPD watermaker, Freeman watertight doors and hatches, CO2 fire suppression, computerized central monitoring system, 12 square foot Naiad Stabilizers, Headhunter sewage treatment, plus bow thruster and stern thrusters.

For the adventurous crew and owner, the propellers are protected in tunnels behind a structurally reinforced keel. All of these elements come together inside a Lloyd's approved hull (Special Service Craft) that is efficient enough for the Caterpillar C32 main engines to easily achieve an 18 knot cruise or efficiently take you 2500 nautical miles at 10 knots.

Salon

The Salon is entered via the twin stainless steel sliding doors on the Aft Deck.  The entryway is on the same level teak raised platform.  To port is a U shaped upholstered settee with a burled maple table top set upon two stainless steel bases.  Three loose chairs allow seating for up to eight guests. 

To starboard are two upholstered chairs with matching ottomans on a nautical end table with lamp between.  Forward is an open bookcase with two cabinet doors as a room dividend.

Next forward is an L shaped sectional settee to seat five.  Matching ottomans with a wood tray face forward.   On the forward bulkhead is a 65” Samsung Smart TV with three maple cabinets below a burlwood maple table top.

Outboard to starboard behind the TV are steps to the Lower Deck and to the on deck Master.  On centerline are the wide teak steps to the Sky Lounge.

To port is the partially open Galley.  A dark blue granite countertop separates the Galley and the Salon.  Two blue barstools face the Galley.

Also in the Salon is a custom handrail at the overhead, large side windows with shades, (17) halogen mini spots, a five channel stereo system with a hidden subwoofer, blue Ultra Suede accent panels, a carpeted sole and the aforementioned raised teak Dining Area.

Galley

The Galley is to the port side and mostly open to the Salon.  Upon entering is a stainless Bosch dishwasher, Silestone countertops, a large stainless corner sink with appliances on either side of the U shaped Galley.  Along the outboard wall is the Bosch “Schott Ceran” cook top, with a lighted XO stainless range hood with a glass perimeter.  Next forward is a Gaggenau electric grill, Gaggenaeau warming plate and a Gaggenau deep fryer.  Above are three large windows with shades and an opening panel in the midsection.  The inboard wall of the Galley has a stainless steel GE microwave above a stainless steel GE oven.  Next forward is a large walk in pantry with two built in L shaped shelves behind a door.  Outboard the pantry is a full size Thermidor fridge/freezer with water dispenser. 

The Galley has six drawers, twelve cabinets, a teak and White” maple sole, six overhead lights, five 120V outlets and an air handler. 

 

Master Cabin

All the way forward on the Main Deck is the full beam Master Cabin.  Four large 24” x 44” oval portholes, two of which hinge open, offer plenty of ambient lighting.  When entering the cabin, a blue granite vanity with stool and opening cabinets revealing a mirror and storage is to port.  Next forward is an upholstered occasional chair.

On centerline facing forward is the master berth.  The curved wall behind is upholstered with blue Ultra Suede panels that wrap around the two triangular nightstands with both burlwood and blue Ultra Suede accents.  The berth itself is king size and has four drawers below plus additional storage under the mattress.

At the foot of the bed is the cabin’s entertainment center with a 46” Samsung Smart TV with three curved cabinet below.  The center of which contains a Samsung Blue Ray player and a set of high end wireless headphones behind a clear Lucite door. 

To port is an L shaped settee in front of the large oval ports covered with drapes as needed.

Also in this cabin are eight halogen mini spots, two reading lights, two stereo speakers, a maple ceiling detail and a carpeted sole.

Forward to port is a walk in dressing room and a further within in the Owner’s private Head. 

The dressing room has a fixed oval dead light behind drapes, four pullout shoe racks, his and her hanging lockers, six built in drawers, a free standing three drawer chest and a two door linen cabinet.

 

Master Head

Accessed from the dressing room and closed off by a sliding door is the roomy Master Head.

Forward are two Deca china sinks set into a blue marble countertop with a fluted blue marble backsplash.  Below are four maple cabinet doors.  Above is a framed mirror that accesses two medicine cabinets.

A Head Hunter head is outboard.  Aft is a large stall shower with a clear glass door and sidelight.  The shower has a handheld and wall mountable fixture as well as another large oval dead lights within the shower.  Above are five halogen mini spots.

 

Lower Deck Accommodations

Wide curved wood steps lead to an Accommodations Foyer with three nearly identical queen berth cabins each with their own en suite Head.  The area is hectagon in shape, offering the best use of space.   A pocket door forward leads forward the Crew Accommodations. 

Port Aft Cabin

Entered from the forward part of the cabin the queen size berth is aft off the outboard bulkhead.  There are two drawers at the foot of the berth with additional storage under the mattress.  LED nightlights are under the berth.

Twin burl wood topped nightstands with one drawer each are fore and aft of the berth.  The headboard is a maple and rattan design.  Blue glass reading lights flank the headboard.  Above the berth is a large storage locker and an open area with an oval stainless steel opening porthole with a weather cover. 

Forward is a small white leather settee and a small dressing table with a stool and a mirror.  Aft of the berth is a two door hanging locker with two drawers below a large locker with four shelves within.  Furthest inboard is the access to the en suite Head.  Also in this cabin are four halogen mini spots, a maple ceiling detail and at the foot of the berth a Toshiba 22” LED TV/DVD player.  The sole is carpeted.

Port Aft Guest Head

Entered via a hinged door is the Guest Head.  A curved vanity with a china Deca sink with a storage cabinet below and two mirrored medicine cabinet doors above is aft.  The toilet is a Head Hunter model.

The tub/shower has a wall mounted and handheld shower fixture and two clear glass sliding doors, an opening stainless steel porthole with weather cover.  Also in this cabin is an exhaust fan, four halogen mini spots and an AC vent.

Starboard Side Aft Cabin

Entered from the forward part of the cabin the queen size berth is aft off the outboard bulkhead.  There are two drawers at the foot of the berth with additional storage under the mattress.  LED nightlights are under the berth.

Twin burl wood topped nightstands with one drawer each are fore and aft of the berth.  The headboard is a maple and rattan design.  Blue glass reading lights flank the headboard.  Above the berth is aa large storage locker and an open area with an oval stainless steel opening porthole with a weather cover. 

Forward is a small white leather settee and a small dressing table with a stool and a mirror.  Aft of the berth is a two door hanging locker with two drawers below a large locker with four shelves within.  Furthest inboard is the access to the en suite Head.  Also in this cabin are four halogen mini spots, a maple ceiling detail and at the foot of the berth a Toshiba 22” LED TV/DVD player.  The sole is carpeted.

 

Starboard Side Aft Guest Head

Entered via a hinged door is the Guest Head.  A curved vanity with a china Deca sink with a storage cabinet below and two mirrored medicine cabinet doors above is aft.  The toilet is a Head Hunter model.

The tub/shower has a wall mounted and handheld shower fixture and two clear glass sliding doors, an opening stainless steel porthole with weather cover.  Also in this cabin is an exhaust fan, four halogen mini spots and an AC vent.

Portside Forward Cabin

Entered from the aft part of the cabin the queen size berth is forward of the outboard bulkhead.  There are two drawers at the foot of the berth with additional storage under the mattress.  LED nightlights are under the berth.

Twin burl wood topped nightstands with one drawer each are fore and aft of the berth.  The headboard is a maple and rattan design.  Blue glass reading lights flank the headboard.  Above the berth is a large storage locker and an open area with an oval stainless steel opening porthole with a weather cover. 

Forward is a small white leather settee and a small dressing table with a stool and a mirror.  Aft of the berth is a two door hanging locker with two drawers below a large locker with four shelves within.  Furthest inboard is the access to the en suite Head.  Also in this cabin are four halogen mini spots, a maple ceiling detail and at the foot of the berth a Toshiba 22” LED TV/DVD player.  The sole is carpeted.

Portside Forward Guest Head

Entered via a hinged door is the Guest Head. A curved vanity with a china Deca sink with a storage cabinet below and two mirrored medicine cabinet doors above is forward.  The toilet is a Head Hunter model.

The shower has a seat, wall mounted and handheld shower fixture and two clear glass sliding doors, an opening stainless steel porthole with weather cover.  Also in this cabin is an exhaust fan, four halogen mini spots and an AC vent.

Captain's Cabin or 5th Guest Cabin

Accessed via the Main Companionway is the crew corridor.  Immediately to the starboard is a cabin that could easily be used as a Fifth Guest Cabin as it is furnished identical to the other Guest Cabins.  Presently used by the Captain it has a queen size berth off the outboard bulkhead with storage below.

Twin one drawer nightstands are fore and aft.  A rattan and maple headboard is flanked by two reading lights.  A desk/vanity area is furthest forward with a rattan frame mirror above.

At the foot of the berth is a 24” Vizio LCD TV.

Forward is a two door hanging locker with two drawers below.  Inboard is the access to the en suite Head.

Also in the cabin is rope lighting below the berth, storage over the berth, an opening stainless steel porthole with a weather cover and a ceiling detail over the berth.

Captain's Head or 5th Guest Head

Entered via a hinged door is the Crew Head.  A curved vanity with a china Deca sink with a storage cabinet below and two mirrored medicine cabinet doors above is forward.  The toilet is a Head Hunter model.

The shower has a seat, wall mounted and handheld shower fixture and two clear glass sliding doors, an opening stainless steel porthole with weather cover.  Also in this cabin is an exhaust fan, four halogen mini spots and an AC vent.

Crew Area

Further forward through a padded hallway is a watertight door leading to the Laundry Area.  A Miele washer and dryer are separated by four steps up to the Crew Accommodations.  A door behind the steps leads to the bow thruster area with the Head Hunter Tidal Wave waste treatment system, two Wilson stainless steel water heaters, the hydraulic bow thruster and general ship’s storage.

At the top of the stairs to the starboard side is a double bed cabin with a hanging locker, opening porthole with a weather cover, a cabinet with shelves and access to the Starboard Crew Head.

The Starboard Crew Head has a small sink and vanity with storage below a Head Hunter toilet, stall shower with a sliding glass door and a two door medicine cabinet.

To the port side across the centerline Companionway is a matching Crew Cabin but with over under berth, an opening stainless steel porthole with weather cover and some storage areas. 

The Port Crew Head has a small sink and vanity with storage below a Head Hunter toilet, stall shower with a sliding glass door and a two door medicine cabinet.

Crew Mess

All the way forward is a Crew Galley and Dinette with the following equipment:

Samsung stainless steel microwave
Bosch “Ceran Schott” 2 burner cook top
Magic Chef under counter fridge
(2) Opening portholes w/weather cover
Stainless steel under counter sink
Mica countertop
8 Step ladder to Foredeck
L shaped dinette w/storage below
(1) Cabinet
(1) Drawer
26” Samsung LED TV
Direct TV SAT TV box
CCTV Camera monitor 4 camera capability

Skylounge

Up ten wide steps from the Mail Salon is the Sky Lounge.  This area benefits from plenty of natural light and of course the light maple joinery.

Starting forward is a 70” Samsung Smart TV on the bulkhead above the curved steps up from the Main Deck.

Immediately aft is a walk behind bar with a stainless steel bar sink, drink refrigerator and ample cabinet space.  The countertop is burled maple.  To port is a Day Head with a toilet, sink and house side window.

Aft is the yacht’s extensive AV cabinet.  It consists of an Integra tuner, a Sony 3D Blue Ray/DVD player, KVH Trac Vision controls, a Kaleidoscope hard drive storage system for movies, Philps Pronto serial extender and a Trip lite Smart UPS for power changeovers. 

To starboard are two upholstered occasional chairs and footrests with an end table facing the TV.

Next aft on a teak laid sole is a 6’ round dining table with six dining chairs and a Lazy Susan.  Above are six overhead stainless steel trimmed lights and two stereo speakers.  Unique to this area are eight curved glass door panels, four of which slide together to offer an “almost Alfresco” dining option should the outside temperatures allow.  Even with the doors closed the view from this Dining Area is very impressive.

Pilothouse

The Pilothouse is just forward of the Sky Lounge and separated by a pocket door.  The helm wraps around the entire perimeter with a center throttle console. 

Aft is a recessed three person settee with a chart drawer below. 

Outboard to port is a burlwood desk with four drawers and a cabinet.  The ship’s computer, printer and large book case for ship’s manuals are in this area.

Sliding panels reveal a storage/technical area under the helm.

The sole is teak and holly.  The four panel windshield is complimented by four side windows.

Equipment includes:
CAT Vision diagnostic CAT gauge panel
(2) 15” 8215 Touch screen Garmin multifunction displays
Garmin AIS 600 module
Icom M-802 VHF w/Command mic
Furuno GP-33 GPS/data
19” Asus monitor for fuel monitor system gauges/ship board display
15” Big Bay Martitime navigation monitor
Garmin GSD25 sonar/sounder
Garmin G-wind bundle
(2) Garmin GNX 120 7” multi instrument displays
Wesmar bow & stern thruster controls
Asus office computer
ACR searchlight control
CAT electronic engine controls
Naiad Roll Multi Sea stabilizer controls
Simrad AP 70 autopilot
Simrad QS 80 joystick for AP
Simrad HS 70 satellite compass
Simrad IS 70 rudder angle indicator
Ritchie 4” magnetic compass
CAT engine backup electronic controls
CAT engine start/stop panels
Interphase forward looking sonar
Big Bay Martitime navigation computer for Nobeltec Trident navigation
Kahlenberg air horn controls
Icom M506 VHF w/DSC & command mic
Garmin card reader box
(2) Stidd helm chairs
Sailor Fleet Broadband 150 Inmarset Sat phone
Under cabinet red rope lighting
(4) Overhead LED lights
Dell desktop PC & 17” monitor
Icom M802 SSB
Full ship Maretron monitoring system to include AC current, DC current, alarms, tank levels, tank pressures, contact closures, generators, etc. $30,000

Sun Deck

(11) Teak steps from Aft Deck, each w/LED light, accessed from the Sky Lounge or Aft Deck
Sliding hatch w/handrail
Teak sole
FRP cabinet w/3 person seat, drink holders & 6 place Jacuzzi w/stainless safety rail
Multiple FRP storage cabinets in this fixture
Stainless sink to starboard under hinged cover
Starboard side Alfresco stainless steel gas grill w/dedicated gas bottle storage locker
(2) Recently recertified 10 man Plastimo offshore lift rafts w/hydro release
Life sling
(2) Throwable life rings w/auto lights
(6) Stainless steel overhead lights
Curved blue glass dual sliding doors to Sky Lounge
Hella Quartz lights facing Sun Deck

Flybridge

Reached via ten teak tread steps from Sky Lounge is the Flybridge and Boat Deck.
Hydraulically operated hatch above stairs
Aluminum radar arch w/second smaller arch
New 2016 aluminum pipe top w/weblon fabric & (9) Overhead LED lights
Pompanette Platinum Series double helm seat w/sink & drink refrigerator aft
3 Side clear vinyl enclosure w/(2) U Zips
Pompanette portside Platinum Series companion seat
Portside curved seats aft w/removable cushions & storage below
Starboard side seat forward w/removable cushions & storage below
Starboard side curved settee w/ storage below & removable cushions & table
Fiberglass nonskid deck
(2) Stereo speakers

Flybridge Helm Equipment

Garmin 8215 touch screen MFD
(2) CAT LCD engine gauges
CAT electronic engine controls
(2) CAT key start/stop panels
Simrad AP70 autopilot
Simard QS 80 jog steering control
5” Ritchie Powerdamp magnetic compass
Simard IS-70 rudder angle indicator
Wesmar bow & stern thruster controls
Garmin GNX-120 multi instrument 7” display
Maretron DSM 150
Big Bay 15” LED screen
Icom M506 VHF
Icom Command mic from Pilothouse
Stainless steel footrest
ACR remote spotlight control
(3) Canvas covers for (3) helm pods
Vent in forward enclosure at helm
Polyplaner MRD85i marine stereo

Boat Deck Equipment – located behind the Flybridge

Fiberglass nonskid sole
Opacmare fully hydraulic crane 800 KG (1760 lbs.)
Raised FRP sunbed area w/storage below for stainless safety railings
Removable Stainless steel safety rails for tender loading
Removable tender chocks

Tender

2006 15’ AB RIB tender w/70 HP Yamaha 4 stroke engine
Console steering
Garmin fish finder/GPS
Navigation lights
Bow step
Bow seat
Storage under bow seat
Folding aft seat
Console seat
(3) Popup cleats
Yamaha gauge package
Lifting harness
Battery shutoff switch
Handrail at console
Bimini top
Fuel/water separator

Arch Equipment

(2) Garmin XHD2 12 KW 48” radar scanners
24” KVH HD7 Sat domes
24” KVH matching dome for Sat phone
Triple Kahlenberg horns
Hella Quartz light facing Boat Deck
ACR searchlight
(2) Flag halyards
International Navigation lights
Multiple GPS sensors
Garmin wind speed instrument
23’ Shakespeare SSB antenna
23’ Shakespeare VHF antenna
8’ Shakespeare AIS antenna
8’ Shakespeare VHF antenna

Portuguese Bridge

Teak decks w/covered overhead on side decks
Stainless handrail
Varnished cap rail
(14) Overhead stainless steel lights
(2) Sliding Pilothouse doors
(4) Panel windshield
(2) Pantograph windshield wipers w/washers
(5) Teak center steps to Foredeck w/step lights & handrails
(2) Forward facing cameras
(2) FRP storage lockers into Portuguese Bridge
Sliding fender holder port & starboard
Hydraulically actuated booms to deploy Hydroplane stabilizers (birds)

Foredeck

Nonskid painted deck
Raised bulwarks w/ample freeing ports
Varnished teak cap rail
Raised escape hatch from Crew Area
Raised windlass platform w/(2) Maxwell 4500 (3 phase, 220 volt) windlasses w/brakes & plug in controls
Freeman weather tight hatch into chain locker
Stainless steel pennant staff
Low level courtesy lights
Dual bow cleats port & starboard
Bow seating w/removable cushions & storage below
Stainless steel bell
(2) Anchors w/all chain rode stainless steel Delta type w/300' of 5/8 chain

Aft Deck

Teak sole originally oversized at 45 mm w/Compass Rose design
Port & starboard hinged boarding gates
Varnished teak cap rail w/stainless handrail
(13) Overhead stainless steel trimmed lights
(4) Overhead stereo speakers
Stern cleats & Maxwell 3500 warping windlasses under hinged covers w/foot switches
(2) Oversized Boat Deck stainless steel supports
CCTV camera facing aft
Built in sink
Doggable door to Engine Room & Equipment Space
Equipment Space has generator/shore controls as well as (3) digital volt/amp/HZ meters (gen/shore/gen)
Exhaust fan controls w/frequency drives are located here as well
Cam lock fuel fill system

Aft controls w/bow & stern thruster, electronic engine controls, A/P control, key switches, Simrad rudder indicator & Garmin 8215 multifunction display, all under canvas cover

32” Skyvue TV is located above Lower Helm facing settee
Varnished teak open grate table w/(5) outdoor wicker DA chairs & covers
Fire hose station

Cockpit

Teak sole (oversized at 45 mm thickness)
11’ Wide fold down door centerline at transom
Feeman Pantograph Engine Room/Lazarette door
Varnished teak cap rail
(2) Flush mount rod holders
Stainless steel Opacmare small passarelle mounted port aft corner
Stainless steel handrail at passarelle
(5) Teak tread steps leading up to passarelle
Cabinets enclosing stern cleats
100 Amp shore cord reel
Marineco telephone/TV inlet
(7) Port & starboard teak tread steps to Aft Deck w/step lights & handrail
(2) Quartz Jabsco halogen lights over Cockpit
(4) Underwater lights
Custom full fender for fold down door to allow side mooring of tow behind tender

 

Lazarette

A Sea frequency converter for worldwide electric capabilities
Workbench w/(6) drawers, cabinet & vise
Kitchen Aid stainless steel trash compactor
Raritan stainless steel icemaker
Backup wheel emergency steering system
(3) Custom storage cabinets
Dive compressor
Chest freezer
Overhead rod racks
Second Miele washer & dryer
Glendinning cable winder
6 Step Tracey Tide Ride ladder
Stainless & teak 4 step swim ladder
Ultra violet water system water sterilizer
Horizon Seafari 1500 GPD watermaker w/pre filters & flush system
Vickers hydraulic power pack
6 Station bilge pump alarm system
Siemens Capee electrical monitor system
Maretron DSM 250 LCD panel
(2) 56 lbs. CO2 bottles for fire suppression

Engine Room

(3) Cruiseair 60,000 BTU chilled water compressor
(2) Engine Room cameras
Alfa Laval fuel centrifuge
Stainless steel piping from Sea Chest for primary sea water delivery to engines & generators
Aircep crankcase ventilation system
CAT C32 engines, 1652 HP, 3884 hrs., 3885 hrs.
(2) Engine coolant recovery bottles
5 Point oil exchanger oil change system
Triple Racor 1000’s for each engine w/vacuum gauge
Dual Racor 500’s for each generator
Emergency starboard side deck Engine Room entrance
Gas water separator for generator s
ZF 3050 V drive transmissions, 3.280 to 1 ratio
PTO off starboard generator for thrusters
Electric fuel pump Tuthill for fuel transfer system w/counter
Fluorescent Engine Room lights
Full gauge package for CATs
Custom fans on generator enclosures
Underwater exhaust at stern of Engine Room
Wesmar bow thruster Vortex V2-16 45 HP
Wesmar stern thruster Vortex V7-10 20 HP
Removable bilge places Engine Room
50” x 55” 5 blade main props, reconditioned 4/17
Naiad fins are 12 square feet each
Lube oil storage tank
Duramax shaft seals
Duramax rudder seals

Entire Engine Room lined w/2” of glass wool fabric covered with acoustical foam and perforated aluminum plates for heat and sound insulation.

Special freshwater connections allow for flushing of main engines, generators, air conditioning compressors, watermaker and anchor wash.

Electrical

12/24 Volt DC system
110/220 Volt 60 HZ AC system
100 Amp 220 volt 3 phase power
Mastervolt 70 amp 12 volt charger
(4) Battery cutoff switches
Digital 12 volt volt & amp meters
(7) DC powered bilge pumps
(2) 20 volt bilge pump
Mastervolt 60 amp 24 volt charger
24 Volt digital volt & amp meters
(3) New frequency starts air conditioners
(3) Frequency starts for intake & exhaust blowers
(3) Kron digital meters for volts, amps & frequency
Generator port 10377, starboard 10442
32KW Northern Lights 1800 RPM generator w/10,377 hours
32KW Northern Lights 1800 RPM generator w/10,442 hours
Both generators in sound shields
Cable on Glendinning cable reel
AGM batteries

Exclusions

While every effort was made to list all pertinent included equipment aboard MISS SHUGA, there are some personal belongings aboard.  Prospective purchasers should assume any item not specifically mentioned herein will not convey at closing.

 

Remarks

MISS SHUGA is a vastly improved example of the MCP 98’ Global Fast Trawler line. 

Recent improvements under the current owner are as follows:

• Repaint from the rub rail up (late 2015)
• All new Entertainment electronics including KVH M-7 dome (late 2015)
• All new Garmin/Simrad Navigation package at all three helms (late 2015)
• All new Maretron full ship monitoring system (late 2015)
• Fixed pipe top over entire Flybridge for both comfort & improved aesthetics (late 2015)
• New interior soft goods (2014)
• Full bottom service 5/17

To say MISS SHUGA is ready to go would be an understatement.  She is seriously for sale by an owner who’s business interests have not let him use the yacht to its full capabilities.

Not for sale to US residents while in US waters.

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