MADCAP is a custom TriDeck built with great supervision by a very knowledgeable yachtsman who has built a number of quality yachts throughout his yachting experience. MADCAP completed her build in 2010, customized quality throughout with a luxurious and comfortable interior that can accommodate up to eight guests in four spacious cabins. Interior by Hodgdon Yachts, Maine craftsmanship at its finest. Her volume, both interior, and exterior would rival any 130'/140' on the market today, boasting a GRT of 299. MADCAP, featuring a clear round pneumatic elevator with access to three levels, ample outdoor areas that include a wide range of amenities and sumptuous sun lounging areas, is the ideal vessel for cruising the ocean in style and luxury. Her hull configuration, stability and walk around deck on both main and upper makes her a superior sea boat, comfortable and safe.
Entering The Foyer To Starboard Midship
One enters into a formal foyer with beautiful Teak and Holly floors, where one finds access forward to the Master Stateroom. The Galley is located forward to port and the Main Salon is located aft. Within the foyer one will find access to the day head (powder room), main entertainment system in a cabinet, closet for coats and shoes, stairs to all levels with safety bar on each and access to the three deck elevator. Within the entertainment cabinet one will find audio/visual equipment, iPod dock, Crestron system, B&K component, LTD amplifier, Escient CD players, Marantz five-disc CD changer (owner spec), Marantz DVD player, UPSPF power, all housed neatly for ease of use.
MADCAP’s on deck full beam Master Stateroom is located forward on the main deck and utilizes the entire 25' beam of the vessel. The Master Stateroom layout makes for volume not found on a vessel of this size. MADCAP’s Master Stateroom contains beautiful built-ins to provide as much space as possible.
The full beam His and Hers’ bathroom can be accessed forward from either side of the King size bed. His and Her sinks, heads and medicine chests are split on either side with soaking tub and shower in the center. There is a Miele washer and condensing dryer in this area as well, housed behind a vertical cherry door. On the starboard side behind the door is a series of cabinets with deep shelves and a pull out hamper below. The height of the countertops is raised for comfort and the sinks are Kohler with Grohe fixtures. The shower has a large built-in bench seat with both handheld shower and Hansgrohe stationary fixtures. Three water jets face outward for massage. There is a privacy door that splits the bathroom. A large Japanese-style soaking tub is installed on the aft bulkhead. A huge walk-in closet is found on the port side. This closet contains a dresser with three large drawers, hanging space and window with silhouette blinds and curtains. It is cedar lined with a large open shelf and hooks mounted throughout.
To starboard, the large walkin closet contains a floor to ceiling dresser with 6 drawers and two large shelves. On the forward bulkhead of the closet is the hanging closet with shelf above. This LShaped space moves aft to another set of shelves and storage underneath as well as more shelving alongside the space. Three large windows with blinds and curtains make this more of a room than a closet. Cedar lined with owners' combination safe installed, this area is very unique with an abundance of flexibility. Exiting the walk in closet and adjacent is another larger locker with three shelves installed.
The Master Stateroom has an open and bright feel with three windows to port side and four on the starboard with cherry cabinetry underneath both sides. The King size bed is slightly raised with nightstands on either side. Two swing arm lamps are mounted on either side of the headboard. The master bed has builtin drawers on both sides, night lighting underneath and built-in writing tables in the nightstands. There are two large chairs and ottomans to the starboard side of this large room. The television is mounted on the aft bulkhead and can swing out to be viewed while seated in the lounge area.
The Galley area is large for a vessel this size and was designed to be versatile for the individual owners' needs. The area can be closed off and used exclusively by the crew or can be used as a breakfast nook for guests. The seating area is "L" shaped with two stools and varnished teak table to accommodate up to 7 people. The crew access is adjacent to the seating and the guest access is midship. The large countertop is U-shaped and houses the sink and cooktop.
There is another countertop that is used as a coffee snack station. The microwave is mounted above the cabinets. The portside door is a water tight (PCM) full glass door with access to the port side deck and boarding door for easy loading purposes. Forward and to starboard is a nice sized walk-in pantry with 5 large shelves, auto lighting and access to the galley electrical distribution panel. Galley includes teak and holly sole throughout the Galley, painted cabinetry in "Blue Angel" by Hodgson Marine, American cherry trim work with satin finish and stainless Omani hardware. The storage spaces are vast, with pull-out shelving and easy access. Another feature not found on other yachts is the amount of natural lighting. Stereo speakers in the headliner and the Sharp 37" flat screen TV add to the ambiance.
Equipment to include:
U-shaped counter for food preparation
Sub Zero refrigerator
Sub Zero freezer
(2) GE Monogram ovens
Wolf Induction 5-burner cooktop
GE Monogram microwave
GE Monogram trash compactor
GE Monogram dishwasher
Sharp 37" TV
Dinette settee with table
Pantry storage cabinets and entrance to crew quarters
The salon was designed to be relaxed in an elegant casual setting with free standing furniture and comfortable seating for up to ten. To starboard, a gaming table with two wicker chairs; adjacent, a large coffee table is surrounded by a couch and four casual chairs with end tables.
There is a built-in cabinet against the forward bulkhead with a large pop-up TV and eight pull-out drawers on either side. The room is soothing and relaxed with the use of neutral tone carpeting, off-white wall-coverings and smooth off-white headliner material and cherry wood battens. There are many possibilities with this loose furniture arrangement.
Much of her furnishings are custom to include the overstuffed couch, four custom chairs, custom cocktail table, card table and chairs, French style double doors to aft deck, large Euro style windows, and a 50" Runco Wide Vision TV on the lift in the cabinet. With the TV down in the cabinet, it offers a beautiful piece of art on the forward bulkhead.
MADCAP’s aft deck is a wonderfully designed space, comfortable and useful. It is a well-known fact that the least used room on a boat is the formal dining area. For this reason, the concept of creating another multipurpose room was applied to the design of the Aft Deck. This area is fully enclosed with air conditioning and heat and is for all intentions a part of the interior of the boat. However, with the folding salon doors closed, both side wing doors open and the aft side doors and all windows open, the room converts to a breezy shaded area. If the weather turns, it closes back up into a controlled environment without insects and moisture.
The dining table was custom built by Hodgson Marine and is expandable from eight people seating all the way up to nineteen with the help of an insert leaf. Eight cushioned wicker chairs surround this high gloss table. The sole is teak, nautical and logical for an area like this. Deck drains are in the corners. To port is a wet bar with sink, U Line refrigerator, U-Line icemaker and storage. The counter space is enormous and allows for buffet service. The aft section of the aft deck houses another large series of builtin cabinets with pull outdrawers. The counter is identical to the wet bar and runs between the aft wing doors containing a variety of dining items. The Aft Deck is climate controlled with lighting and cherry battens in the headliner for a smart, nautical look.
The Skylounge for MADCAP is a light and airy room with great comfort. The L-shaped sectional couches are decorated in a red denim material with two large ottomans and a custom built coffee table. The center of this area houses a 62" Runco wide vision Flatscreen TV with a built-in cabinet, four drawers and shelving underneath. On the starboard side, one finds two wicker chairs and a gaming table with footrest underneath. The use of cherry wood and offwhite wall coverings combined with the silhouette blinds make this room very soothing.
In the foyer between the Skylounge and Pilothouse, one will find the upper deck powder room, stairs down to the main deck, stairs up to the Sundeck and access to the elevator. Aft of the Skylounge one will find a large door to the boat deck, al fresco dining table and seating covered by the hangover of the Sundeck.
MADCAP has a gorgeous bright Wheelhouse that has an abundance of glass with nine windows which makes for excellent visibility. There are
two water tight (PCM) doors on either side, with glass uppers that lead to the outside where you have access to the wing stations, foredeck and upper walk around side decks. There is a beautiful builtin settee with red leather cushions that have two larger pullout drawers and a teak and holly step that lead down to the accented nautical teak and holly floor. Ample storage with charter table and six chart drawer storage.
Aft of this seating is an office with Sony monitor/TV keyboard, HP Office Jet 4500, Ethernet and storage underneath the cabinets. This area also houses the GMPSS battery bank monitor, Furuno Inmarsat MES distness
Universal AIS, Furuno RD30 anemometer, Navtex receiver, two display screens and two printers, all MCA approved. The steering station console houses the Quantum bow thruster, Anschutz tiller nav and Pilotstar D autopilot with repeater, Furuno Doppler speed log DS80, Carlisle & Finch searchlight controls, Quantum stabilizer controls, Hepworth wiper controller, Kahlenberg whistle control, DeFroster controls 2, Cirque unit, two Furuno GPS, two Furuno radar control heads (see details of electronics), Furuno Navnet 3D control head, Jastram steering control head, 30" Edson wheel, two MTU monitors, ISIS monitor system, four large VEI monitors mounted in series for fully functional glass bridge and a Ritchie compass.
Aft and to starboard is the console that houses the navigation light panel, fire alarm, emergency bilge pump, emergency battery parallels and charger failure lights. The engine room ventilation shutdown and general alarm are located opposite along with the DDC chilled water master control head, two village marine remote leads, Jastram stereo unit switch center and alarm system. Code flags are stored in a series of cubbies below. There is more storage underneath in a cabinet and three shelves. The Panasonic phone super hybrid system includes intercom thruout, VOIP1 VOIP2
and shore phone line. Wing stations are located forward outboard. Anschultz rudder angle indicator, Guardian thruster, jog steering, searchlight controls, engine stop/start and MTU Throlle
A large door separates the Skylounge from the boat deck and alfresco dining area. This seating area is covered by the sundeck overhang and is also accessed by two stairwells on either side, making it very service friendly. The table is fixed with L-shaped seating looking aft with four freestanding chairs. Teak decking warms up the area and provides good footing in a seaway. This space is well appointed with beautiful stainless rail and extra lighting.
MADCAP was built with all cruising and docking situations in mind including being docked to a high fixed dock, with a boarding door either side of the vessel at upper deck level to make provisioning and guest boarding easy.
There is a Scotsman icemaker located underneath the stairwell leading to the Sundeck. There are (2) Switlik 20-man rafts on either side. Once the 21' Key West dual console is launched, the whole deck can be opened up for guest and loungers.
This area can be entered via the stairwell from the Skylounge foyer by pushing an access button at the base of the step. A large, glass watertight sliding door opens to the Sundeck. One can also get to the Sundeck on the stairway from the boat deck.
The Sundeck is arranged with two fixed seating and lounging areas facing each other amidship with adjustable lounges for sunning on one side and an L-shaped seating area with Crown pedestal table on the other. The wet bar is aft to port with sink, icemaker pull-out drawer style fridge/freezers by U-line. Aft of the wet bar is another shaded area with 2 lounge chairs and table. A large chest style fridge bar/freezer for extensive cruising is found next to the stairwell with custom fitted cushion.
A fully intergraded helm station is on the deck forward which is a perfect place to run the boat when winding through unchartered reefs around the world. The helm station has all essential redundant systems enclosed in a roll up style Tambour enclosure, two VEI screens, Furuno 3D NavNet, Furuno RD-30, Anschutz rudder angle indicator, Anschutz autopilot, Carlisle & Finch searchlight controller, Quantum thruster control, MTU start/stop and alarm system, two Icom waterproof VHF's and Crestron stereo controls. The helm seating arrangement is a single Crown centerline with a Crown double seat to port. The area aft of the helm seat holds two umbrellas for sun protection while lounging.
Below Guest Accommodations
One can get to the below guest accommodations by taking the stairs that go from the sundeck to the lower accommodations or the elevator that goes from the upper deck to the lower accommodations. Once below you will land on at a large foyer that leads to three guest cabins all ensuite.
Located aft and to port is the VIP Guest Stateroom which contains a California King with ensuite head with shower and Head Hunter system, two large opening portals, large nightstands on either side, a dresser with Aquos 37" flat screen above and a second dresser with a round mirror above. The closet is large and cedar lined.
Guest Stateroom 1
The forward port side (red) Guest Room has two twin berths facing forward with Aquos 37" flat screen TV and dresser underneath. A cedar lined closet is outboard. Head and shower are aft. Notable features include large pull-out drawers under berths, bench seating in the shower and built in hamper in head.
Guest Stateroom 2
Aft past storage locker and the elevator into two guest staterooms; the starboard side (blue) room has two twin berths and layout is nearly identical to the Red room forward. There is a large walk-in cedar lined closet that has an emergency escape door to the Engine Room. The guest head is very large and includes the bench style seat in the shower.
Crew Quarters And Laundry Center
From the Galley, access is forward of the dinette down nine steps, one finds an over / under washer/condensing dryer with a folding station. There is a hidden service door from crew area to lower guest foyer for easy access to the guest area to service cabin and foyer. The Crew Quarters is to port, two large over/under berths. The cabin has a flat screen TV forward and shelves aft on both berths, three pull out drawers are underneath. There is a storage locker aft and a large head and shower forward.
The Captain's stateroom is enormous with full king bed centerline, swing arm lamps on both sides, build-in cabinetry on both sides with two portals above and plenty of counter space. A large walk-in closet to starboard and a built-in set of shelves with a fridge below to port with TV and entertainment. Large head and shower adjacent.
Over and under berths with flat screen TV's mounted outboard and large drawer storage underneath plus a hanging locker adjacent the entrance. There is a three drawer dresser mounted outboard and a head with shower.
A large L-shaped room that houses the audio visual components, nine direct TV units, Crestron system, Seatel Gyro, two Charles 65 amp chargers, Doppler speed log, panic button, stabilizer access panel, lower deck distribution panels.
This room can be accessed from either the watertight bulkhead door (with window) from the stern lazarette, from the aft deck or the forward engine room bulkhead door. The Engine layout was designed to have easy access to all equipment with generators aft, engines midship and most systems wall mounted or installed outboard.
The main engines are triple turbo charged with one main exhaust riser leading to mufflers outboard. The sea chests are forward of the mains along the bulkhead. Also located in this bulkhead is the Arid bilge system, engine room distribution panel, Tidal Wave treatment center control panel, fuel manifold, stripping pump, oil monitoring system, overboard discharge alarm and grey water J box. Starboard side outboard the Quantum power pack, freshwater manifold, (2) water purifiers and pressure tank. The port side houses the Marine Air 30 ton chilled water system and master controller, Alfa Laval Fuel Centrifuge, Livos ventilation control head, RGM fiber optic port on either side, service air compressor and MTU blue screen monitors.
Twin MTU 12V2000 M93 Common Rail
(2) ZF 2050A
Generators: 2 x 65 kW Northern Lights
Generators Hours 3,133hrs / 3,066hrs as of 6/15/17
Quantum Stabilizers Thruster: Qutum QT-60 72hp
Air Conditioner: Marine Air 30 ton
Marine Switch Gear Systems and Convertors installed by Ward's Electric
Octo Marine Silver Angel water purifier
Octo Marine water softener
Swim platform with shower
The lazarette is accessed via the transom door or the emergency ladder to the aft deck.
The Lazarette has a full seven drawer tool center with a vise and four drawer part box installed. Ward Marine switch gear systems unit is installed next to the dual A/C systems power converters, four 4- amp battery chargers, battery panel banks outboard include port/starboard engine, port/starboard generator panel with chargers, a Capac monitor, voltage display, parallel switches all houses in a "ship like" manner. The Hubble shore cords tubs and reels are located aft along with the Jamstram steering unit pumps, Besenzoni Passerelle power pack and Miele washer and condensing dryer. This room is a fully air conditioned work space.
Down eight stairs from the port or starboard side aft deck is the swim platform area. With Stainless steel rails mounted on the stern and teak decking, this area is used for boarding the tenders as well as swimming. One will find a concealed deck shower as well as a compartment for 3 phase electrical shore cords, Hubbel TV, cable, phone connections on the starboard side.
Dual Muir 8000 windlasses and capstans with wash downs. Two Manson anchors sit in stainless pockets on either side of the hull. The handheld windlass controls are stored inside the bow bosuns locker on either side and has foot pedal controls as well. On the starboard side, a Hubble shore cord real and bucket are installed with 100' of cord, 3-phase 208 volts. Large freeing ports and drainage scuppers are found as well. There is a single halogen deck light installed under the forward teak seat. The decks are all teak as access to the forepeak area is through deck hatch. The ships bell is mounted here. Wash down hose bibs and anchor wash is also located on the foredeck.
Yacht's navigational equipment by Electronics Unlimited.
Furuno GP150D GPS: IMO Approved GPS receiver with Differential and WAAS augmentation. It is fully compliant with IMO Resolution MSC. 112 (73) and IEC 61108-1 Ed.2
Furuno NavNet3D BlackBox; Equipped with a Furuno GP 330B NMEA 2000 GPS Sensor Furuno Felcom 15 with optional GPS receiver: Inmarsat-C Mobile Earth Station equipped with optional internal GPS receiver.
Airmar PB150 Weather Station: Weather receiver with built in GPS supplying GPS data to the Furuno RD30 displays.
The GPS are interfaced to a three position rotary switch and distributed via a Consolidated Technologies NavDataMax to all navigational equipment requiring GPS data. The GPS used is selected via the rotary switch giving the system GPS redundancy.
Furuno FAR 2137BB: Commercial Grade 96 NM 30 kW S-band radar 10'open array antenna with ARPA and AIS tracking
Furuno FAR 2127BB: Commercial Grade 96 NM 25 kW X-band radar 6.5' open array antenna with ARPA and AIS tracking
The radars are interfaced with Gyro Heading, GPS, Doppler Speed and AIS. The X-band radar is also networked with the Furuno Navnet 3D giving the X-band radar wind and depth data
Furuno DS-80: IMO compliant Doppler Speed Log. Complies with IMO standards MSC.96 (76), A.824 (19), A.694 (17), IEC 61023 and meets SOLAS carriage requirements for ships over 300GT.
Anschutz Standard 22 Gyro Compass: Gyro is interfaced with GPS Position and SOG and is fitted with an Anschutz Distribution unit. A Digital Gyro Repeater provides heading information in the pilothouse. The Gyro also provides true heading to the Autopilot, radars, AIS, Transas ECS-I, SeaTel 3004 TVRO and NavNet3D
Anschutz PilotStarD: Professional Grade Autopilot using analogue rudder commands to the Jastram DSC 100 Steering System. A control unit is located in the Pilothouse as well as the flybridge. A FFU Tiller is located at each wing station and rudder angle indicators are located at each wing station, flybridge with Pilothouse having both rudder angle indicator and rudder order indicator. The Pilot is interfaced with the Gyro Doppler Speed Long and with both the Transas ECS-I and NavNet3D Chart Plotters selected via a rotary switch. A Delta Magnetic Compass is incorporated for backup heading in event of Gyro fail.
Furuno FA150: Class A Universal Automatic Identification System (UAIS). It is compliant with all relevant international regulations and standards as well as national class requirements. The FA150 is interfaced to the radars, Transas ECS-I and NavNet3D Charter Plotter. External GPS and Gyro heading data is also interfaced to the FA150. A Pilot Plug is installed for Port Pilots to interface their equipment to.
Transas ECS-I Navigation Computer: Furon NavNet3D BB System with two control units, one at the pilothouse dash, one at the flybridge dash. A Ruruno GP330B Digital Sounder with 1kW Transducer, FAR2127 X-band radar and MaxSea TZ Explorer Computer. Interfaced via NMEA 0183 is Gyro Heading, Airmar Weather Station (wind data) and AIS.
MaxSea TZ Explorer: MaxSea TZ Exploerer Navigation Software is install on a Hatteland HT 416 Maritime Compter with type approval by the following classification societies: IEC 60945 4th (EN 60945:2002), DNV, ABS, IACS-10. This computer is interfaced via the Furuno Network Interface and has all navigational data available via the network. The main function of this unit is as a charter server to the NavNet3D to increase chart storage capacity.
Wind and Depth Instruments
Airmar PB150 Weather Station: Provides wind, magnetic heading, digital depth, water temperature, relative humidity and pitch and roll data.
Furuno RD30 Data Display: Displays data from the Airmar Weather Station. RD30 displays are located on the flybridge, radio office, master cabin, and captain's cabin
In addition to the RD30 displays the Airmar Station data is also interfaced to the GP150, NavNet3D, Transas PC and Ships/MaxSea PC.
Furuno FM8800S VHF #1: Semi-duplex 25w VHF with DSC. Has second dedicated antenna for Ch.70 receive only. Located main helm dash. Also part of GMDSS System.
Icom IC-504 VHF: Icom 25w VHF w/Hailer and DSC. Located main help dash and radio office Icom Command Mic: Connected to Pilothouse Icom 504. Located Stbd and Port Flybridge
Pilothouse Monitors: 4 VEI DM 20" Daylight Monitors
Flybridge Monitors: 2 VEI DM 17" Sunlight Monitors
Radio Office: Sony 20" TV/Monitor
Lazarette: Dell 15" Monitor
Engine Room: 12" Flip Down Monitor
Video Switcher: Extron 8+8 Matrix VEI SSI-R Touch Screen Controller
Video switching for computers and navigational electronics is handled by the Extron matrix Switcher and Controller by the SSI-R touch screen. Sources handled by the system are: X-band radar, S-band radar, NavNet3D, Transas PC, Ships/MaxSea PC, ISIS PC and Camera System. Any of the sources can be viewed on any monitor in the system. For the monitors not in vicinity of SSI-R controller, there is a button used to scroll through the sources. For emergency purposes there are video inputs directly to the pilothouse monitors for the X-band radar, S-band radar and NavNet3D. Three additional outputs from the switcher are provided to the AV system and can be viewed from the TVs throughout the boat.
MADCAP offers it all, a Tri-Deck to dock most anywhere, yet large enough to have the volume of a 130 to 140 foot vessel. MADCAP is well thought out in every aspect from use to maintenance, sensible and sophisticated, stylish and comfortable. A go anywhere vessel that is sea kind and safe. I don’t know of another 114 foot vessel that offers near the attributes of MADCAP. MADCAP was built to ABS and can be re-instated. Please take the time to look further into the quality and features MADCAP offers. I promise you will not be disappointed.
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