Length overall: 49.80m / 164 ft
Waterline length: 41.27m / 135.3 ft
Beam: 10.27m / 33.7 ft
Draft: 3.37m – 8.37m / 11 ft – 27.4 ft
Displacement: 493 tons (full load)
Gross tonnage: 436 tons
Net tonnage: 131 tons
Hull: Steel, Flag blue Awlgrip hull
Superstructure: Aluminium, Oyster white
Naval Architect Perini Navi
External Designer Perini Navi
Internal Designer Perini Navi
Class: A.B.S. A1 Yachting Service + AMS
Maximum speed: 15 knots
Cruising speed: 13 knots
Consumption (approx): 280 lph @ 12 knots approx.
Range: 3100 nm @ 13 knots
Rig: Phryne is ketch rigged with aluminum main and mizzen masts built by Perini Navi, with rod standing rigging built by Ocean Yacht Systems. All rod rigging replaced 2009 by BSI Denmark.
Masts: 49m aluminum main mast
35m aluminum mizzen mast
Spreaders: 6 x Main Mast – 4 x Mizzen Mast
Spinnaker boom: N/A
Reefing system: In mast furling
Sails: -Sails are handled automatically by Perini Navi systems, concentrated on a single console at the wheelhouse, duplicated at the fly bridge where the helmsman can single handedly operate the entire system to set sail area, sail trim and furl or unfurl the sails, ease or tension the sheets, tack or jibe. A dedicated monitoring system allows continuous verification of sail system status, operational alarm interpretation and system parameter settings, including a histogram function.
-Mainsail, Mizzen, Staysail, Genoa, Fisherman by Quantum
-MPS by Doyle.
-Total sail area 13,870 sq ft / 1.289 mq
Foresails: Staysail and Genoa
Mainsails: Main mast height above DWL 168.6 ft / 51.4m
Genoa & staysails: Genoa and staysails are furled on electric furlers with manual back up.
Mizzen: Mizzen mast height above DWL 130 ft / 39.65m
The main and mizzen sails are internal mast furling with electric furlers with manual backup.
Winches: 12 x Perini Navi captive reel winches with load cells for sheet tensions are used to handle all the sails and are controlled by the Perini Navi sailing system at the wheelhouse and fly bridge.
Type: Swing keel with 20t ballast.
Engines: 2 x Deutz TBD616V12, 720 kw at 2100 rpm
Engine hours: 17023hs Stbd – 16748hs Port
Generators: 3 x Northern Lights M668A 380V/50Hz 1500rpm 80kw generators in sound shields.
Mase PD 70Y 230v/50Hz 5K
Yanmar L100 – AE 6.6Kw @3000RPM
Generator hours: G1: 16197hs
G2: 16490 hs
G3: 15339 hs
STEERING & PROPULSION
Steering: Marsili hydraulic steering
Propellers: Frances Helices feathering controllable pitch shafts with variable/reversible pitch propellers
Gearbox: ZF BW250
Bow thruster: Schottel 75kw
Stern thruster: N/A
Water maker: 2 x Idromar reverse osmosis water makers, 9600 l/day each
Bilge water treatment separator: Yes
Fuel separator: Alfa Laval MAB103 fuel centrifuge
Air-conditioning: Condaria 120,000 BTU air conditioning fan coil units with (2) 20hp compressors
Water sterilizing lamp: Idromar
Waste water treatment: Hamann, IMO approved sewage treatment plant (new mixer pump 2015)
Oily water separator: Veolia with OMD 24 ppm alarm and measuring cell
Toilet system: Jets vacuum toilets
Boilers: Gianneschi 2 x 300L 6Kw
Other: -Sound Down exhaust silencers.
-Halyard silicone exhaust hoses.
-Class required spare parts and tools as well as extensive additional spare parts for remote global cruising.
- Elcocell antifouling system (Nov 2016).
Fuel: 45,700 l
Lubrication oil: 1,530 l
Dirty lube oil: 1200 l
Fresh water: 13,000 l
Grey/black/sludge/bilge water: 7,500 l
Other: -Safe tender fueling station in lazarette, plumbed directly to main day tank supply.
Voltage: 380V/50Hz three phase
220V/50Hz single phase for lighting
110V/60Hz (some 110V systems onboard but not domestic use)
24V AC/DC for emergency lights, electronics, etc.
Converter: 50 kVA Atlas frequency converter
110V/60Hz Atlas converter
Shore power connection: 80 kVA
Shore power converter: 380/400
Batteries: Start 24v system: 4x Exide Dual AGM EP 1200 12v (240Ah)
Other: Master Volt rectifiers
Variable speed drivers for furlers, winches, exhaust, extraction and ventilation fans, bow thruster, a/c compressors and windlasses etc.
Magnetic compass: C. Plath Jupiter magnetic compass
Gyro compass: C. Plath Navigat X MK1-GM Gyrocompass with analogue repeaters (new 2013/2014)
1 x Gyrocompass analogue repeater
Log: B&G Hercules 2000 Sonic Speed XTL - Fin
Depth sounder: Furuno CVS FCV - 611
Sonar: B&G Hercules 2000 Sounders
Autopilot: -C. Plath Navipilot V/GM autopilot system
-1 x Navipilot V HSC/GM autopilot
Radar: 2 x 96 nm Furuno FR1510 MK111 - X Band radar with 4' antennas interfaced with gyrocompass through AD100 and with GPS through an NMEA Distribution Box
Electronic chart system: 2 x Furuno ARPA Autoplotter
GPS: 2 x Furuno GP80 MKIII GPS units
NMEA distributor for GPS signal feed to:
2 x Furuno FR1510DA MKIII radar
1 x Furuno FMD 8010 remote display
1 x B&G Hercules 2000 series
1 x Sea Pro 2000 ECS (Dedicated PC on Bridge)
1 x JRC - Immarsat C Model JUE-87
(wind speed & direction): Furuno Fax 208 weather-fax
Other: -Electronic compass
-Interface connections to ARPA radar, GPS, autopilot, wind instruments, etc.
-1 x 3 push-button steering mode control (Auto/Hand/NFU)
-1 x Override/take-over unit
-2 x Tillers NFU (starboard and port) - in process of replacing on fly bridge
-2 x Rudder/angle indicator (starboard and port)
COMMUNICATION AND SATELLITE EQUIPMENT
V-SAT (Seatel) - Dome fitted 2009
- New Modem fitted 2016 – I direct x 7
- New Switch fitted 2016
- Network Management System + AP's (AC classification 2015)
Inmarsat: Sat C
Navtex: Furuno NX 500
Fleet 77: Replaced by FBB
Broadband Internet FBB and Shore connection Pepwave 4G aggregator
SSB radio: Skanti TRP 8000
VHF: Simrad RS82
Mini M: TT – 306 4A
Telephone exchange: Panasonic Digital Super Hybrid System
VHF hand held radio: 6 x ICOM
Printer / fax: HP Officejet Pro 276 DW
TV/ DVD: Christie LHD 700 2k Projector Main Salon
All cabins have 22’ TV (2012) and Bluray (2016)
Music system: Main Salon: Marantz NT1605 receiver – Audio access PX600
Multiroom, Sonos Docks, 5 x James Cube Speakers
Aft Deck: Nad Amps, Kef ceiling speakers
Fly Bridge: Nad Amps, Bose Marine Speakers
DOMESTIC APPLIANCES, EQUIPMENT AND LAUNDRY
Refrigerator/Freezer: Frascoldi refrigeration, walk-in freezer. All evaporators replaced in galley (May 2017)
Oven: Miele H 5081 BP (Fan Oven) and 1x Steam Oven
Stove: Miele KM 6226
Microwave: Samsung CM1069
Icemaker: Hoshizaki IM 25LE
Dishwasher: 2 x Miele G7766 / M 25LE
Washing machine: 2 x Miele PW6065 (2017)
Dryer: 2 x Miele PT7136 (2017)
Other: -Ceccato air compressors and air drier (replaced 2016).
-Compressed air horn.
ACCOMMODATION 8-12 guests in 4-5 staterooms and 9 crew in 3 cabins
Phryne sleeps eight (8) guests in four (4) double staterooms, all with en-suite and an additional two (2) to four (4) guests or children in the owner's sitting room to starboard of the master stateroom and in Pullman berths in two of the guest staterooms.
Phryne’s main accommodation deck features large and comfortable spaces appointed with parquet inlaid floors, polished mahogany paneling and beveled glass doors. For dinning and entertaining there are both formal and informal areas allowing for comfortable seating for 10. Also on the main deck she has a game room, day head and crew pantry.
The owners stateroom below is full beam and very spacious featuring mahogany and fabric wall panels accented with gold fixtures and marble counters.
The three guest staterooms are appointed in the same elegant fashion.
Nine (9) crew are accommodated in three (3) double cabins and one triple cabin.
Phryne represents one of the most traditional and detailed 50m sailing yachts to be delivered from Perini Navi. Her design provides all the features of her larger 56m Perini sisters including a large protected cockpit, main deck pilothouse, expansive fly bridge, side shell boarding platform and sophisticated sail management system allowing one person to control all aspects of normal sail handling. Wide teak decks allow easy access forward and aft and a huge foredeck provides deck space for two 5m tenders.
Anchors & chain: 2 x Stainless Steel Poole type anchors, 570kg each
2 x Alloy Fortress stern anchors and assorted lengths of chain
1 x Galvanized Reef anchor
Anchor lights and day shapes
Windlass: 2 x Nanni anchor windlasses
Passarelle: Stainless hydraulic passerelle with lights, door bell and intercom
Bathing ladder: -Starboard side hydraulic boarding ladder, flush mounted, self-leveling stairs, with lower swim ladder, lights and shower (rebuilt/overhauled including ramps limit switches and lower assembly 2016).
-Shell door swimming platform with lights, shower, swim ladder, bull bars, and retractable bits (new seal 2016).
Bimini top: Fixed sun awning for cockpit
Capstans: 2 x Rossi aft deck mooring capstans
Other: -Tender launching and recovery pole.
- Sun bathing cushions.
-16 Fenders (assorted sizes)
-2 x 4.5 meter hardwood fender boards, stored in dedicated racks
-2 x Boat hooks
-PVC covers for all exterior deck equipment
-Set of signal flags
TENDER AND TOYS
Tenders: 2 x Tenders: Williams 5.0m Yanmar diesel Jet Drive
-Side whips and running rigging for both tenders.
- Hull door fueling station for tenders with pump, counter, and variable speed nozzle.
Toys: Extensive snorkeling inventory.
Wakeboard, waterskis, inflatable towing toys, and sports life vests
3 x inflatable kayaks
Dive equipment: Bauer Capitano C3E dive compressor with remote filling manifold at dive station
SAFETY & SECURITY
EPIRB: TRON 40S MK2 Cospas/SarSat
Life rafts: 2 x RFD 20 person Solas A life rafts, 1 x Plastimo 10 person
Life jackets: 30 x SOLAS - approved lifejackets
Fire–fighting equipment: -CO2 fire protection system.
-Fire sprinkler system throughout accommodation areas.
Ship alarms: General Alarm
Intruder alarms: Watertight door proximity switch alarms
Bilge & fire pumps: New Emergency Fire Pump (Gianneschi & Lombardi diesel) plus pipework (intake and feed to main 2015/2016) signed off with ABS
Security cameras: Techno Leader Monitoring System
Other: All safety equipment as required by class and MCA
Like all Perini Navi sailing yachts, Phryne is designed and equipped to sail safely around the globe in extreme comfort or entertain royalty at anchor off Monaco. Many of her sisterships have done both. After a trip to New Zealand and back, Phryne's recent cruising has been seasonal use in the Mediterranean. She has always been maintained to the highest standards by her original owners and professional full time crew.