The design brief for this project was quite clear: Explore the outer corners of the world's oceans.
The design brief for this project was quite clear: Explore the outer corners of the world’soceans. A length of approximately 132’, with long range, easy handling and maintenance plus a small crew. The yacht can be for either private or charter use with a flexible cabin arrangement. The owners stateroom is located in the most comfortable location amidships on the lower deck plus the two twin cabins with Pullman berths can be moved together to make a double cabin if desired.
The profile of this project shows a clean, modern yet sturdy vessel; truly a yacht with a clear statement Due to the clean continuous horizontal line the yacht gets additional visual length and therefore a beautiful low profile. The nice sweet flaring bow has a reversed bulwark; a commercial touch but creating a sturdy statement. The vertical forward windows of the wheelhouse add to this concept and are practical at the same time. There is less glare and more interior volume in the bridge. Similarly, the full beam sky lounge creates additional volume to leave more space for the aft sun deck to allow for a spacious separate dining and lounge arrangement.
DETAILS & DIMENSIONS
Speed / Weight
Hull & Deck
Coast Guard #:
Guest SR/S: 4/10
- Crew R/B/S: 3/0/6
132' 3" (40.30m)
28' 3" (8.60m)
8' 3" (2.50m)
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Builder: Conrad Shipyard Gdansk, Poland
Built: 24 months from signing
Type: Displacement Expedition Yacht
Classification: Lloyds 100 A1 SSC Mono G6
Gross Tonnage: 455 GT
Nett Tonnage: 137 NT
Speed: 13.3 knots sustained cruising speed
13.8 knots max speed
Range: 5300 nm at 10 kn (including 10% consumable left on arrival,
Bad weather allowance and generator consumption)
Engines: 2 X Caterpillar C32 ACERT 720 HP @ 1800 r.p.m.
Total Guests: 10 Guests in 4 en suite Staterooms (2 doubles, 2 convertible twins with pullmans)
Total Crew: 6 in 3 cabins en suite
LOWER DECK LAYOUT
Starting from forward, the crew area consists of two ensuite crew cabins with twin bunks, separate laundry with two washers and two dryers, ensuite Captain’s cabin with double bed and a crew lounge with hatch in the floor to access basement area.
Moving aft, the guest area consists of two ensuite guest staterooms with Pullman bunks in center line wall (beds have the option to be placed together to create a double bed), stairway to main deck with luggage storage underneath, owner’s stateroom with separate stairway to main deck. This stateroom also consists of “his and her” bathrooms and walk-in wardrobes plus a nice sitting area to starboard.
Further aft you will find the engine and machine room housing the main engines, generators, watermakers etc.
Lastly, you come to the lazarette that holds a 5.6m jet tender. This area also consists of a day head, cooled garbage storage room, storage area with full height doors and on the starboard side the shore power converter, water mist system and shore power cable master are all behind full height doors as well. Above all this is the passarelle box.
Once outside you are on the swim platform for easy access to the sea, tenders and toys.
MAIN DECK LAYOUT
Starting at the bow, there is a storage area under the fore deck then moving inside there is a large ensuite VIP stateroom with two walk-in wardrobes and sitting area. Just aft of this stateroom is the ship’s office on the starboard side, a dry store for the galley, the main galley with a dumbwaiter to the bridge deck and separate dishwashing area. You then have a day head and main hallway with two stairs down, one two owner’s area, one down to guest area and one up to the bridge deck.
Next is the dining salon with a large table that accommodates 8 – 10 persons, storage for china and access to the pantry off the galley. Further back is the main saloon with double sliding doors to the aft deck.
Going through the doors to the aft deck you will find a dining table and sofa plus stairways to the lazarette and bridge deck. There is also great access to the swim platform via stairways port and starboard.
LAYOUT BRIDGE DECK
Firstly, you will find the anchor deck with hatches to access the storage area. Then you move up a walkway to the PortugueseBridge with wing stations for easy manoeuvring. Then you come inside to the state of the art bridge with raised seating and desk area.
Moving aft there is a hallway with stairs to the main deck, there also is a skylight above the stairs which floods the stairway to the main deck with natural light. Next you find a pantry with dumbwaiter from the galley below.
From the hallway you enter a vast, full beam skylounge with a bar and entertainment area. The large side windows and the sliding rear door allow this area to have fantastic views every where you look.
Moving through the skylounge doors to the aft deck, you will find a large dining table, sun lounge area, stairway to flybridge deck and wet bar. Above the table there is a retractable sunroof from the overhang aft of the skylounge.
LAYOUT FLYBRIDGE DECK
This is the perfect area to catch the sun or get away from everything and everyone!!! There is an observation area forward with folding backrests. This area can be used for gym equipment, a sitting area or sunloungers. If desired, this area can be covered by a fixed bimini for a nice shaded place of comfort.
Also on this deck, there is a box with a fold up crane inside to lift either the 4.5m tender or the two jet skis that are located on this deck.
The general style of the interior (as planned) is best described with the following words:
A contemporary Italian, uncluttered, interior with dramatic contrasts of white suede walls, pear wood cabinets and rich exotic dark wood detailing. The warmth of the pear wood joinery and dark wenge detailing, cabinet tops and bases in combination with the brightness of the white suede wall panels and frosted glass doors with horizontal polished steel strips create a bright, contemporary atmosphere. The wenge floor with inlaid leather floor panels and the use of indirect lighting around the ceiling gives the interior a touch of “drama”. The pear wood and wenge cabinetry in combination with hand stitched leather columns and panels “breathe” craftsmanship. Chromed hardware with hand stitched leather grips give refinement to the interior while modern Italian furniture, upholstered with modern fabrics, stunning suede’s and leather will add to the warmth and sophistication.