2015
Year
NAUTOR'S SWAN
Builder
115' 6" (35.20m)
Length
4
Cabins

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SOLLEONE - 2015 115' 6" NAUTOR'S SWAN Swan 115-001
Marina di Scarlino
POA


The 2015 115' 6" NAUTOR'S SWAN Swan 115-001 SOLLEONE is a yacht for sale located in Marina di Scarlino Italy.Designed for comfort and performance, SOLLEONE is the first Swan 115 S Version, delivered by Nautor's Swan in Summer 2015. She is the magic combination of German Frers yacht design alongside a luxurious and elegant italian style interior designed by Nautor's Swan in house styling team and interior styling Michele Bònan.She is able of exhilarant sailing performance in comfort and safe style. SOLLEONE features a sleek and modern exterior from German Frers, finished in classic white and blue with its plumb bow and wide stern. Inside she features traditional teak interior hand built, with light oil wax satin finishes and modern details throughout and a large seating area amidships with a separate dining area. She accommodates guests over four cozy staterooms, including a spacious Owner’s cabin aft complete with a generous seating area and a his and hers en-suite bathroom. All of the cabins display the same crisp, classical decoration of teak flooring and furniture teamed with white linen and upholstery, creating a fresh and welcoming atmosphere. 

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LENGTH 115' 6" (35.20m)
BUILDER NAUTOR'S SWAN
ASKING PRICE POA
BUILT (REFIT) 2015
BEAM 26' 8" (8.12m)
DRAFT N/A
MX SPEED 12 Knots 14 MPH
CRUISING SPEED 10 Knots 12 MPH
CABINS 4
GROSS TONNAGE 0.00
DISPLACEMENT 210761.92 Lbs
LOCATION Marina di Scarlino Italy
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SWAN 115 S SOLLEONE

COMMENTS

Designed for comfort and performance, SOLLEONE is the first Swan 115 S Version, delivered by Nautor's Swan in Summer 2015. 

She is the magic combination of German Frers yacht design alongside a luxurious and elegant italian style interior designed by Nautor's Swan in house styling team and interior styling Michele Bònan.

She is able of exhilarate sailing performance in comfort and safe style. 

SOLLEONE features a sleek and modern exterior from German Frers, finished in classic white and blue with its plumb bow and wide stern. 

Inside she features traditional teak interior hand built, with light oil wax satin finishes and modern details throughout and a large seating area amidships with a separate dining area.

She accommodates guests over four cozy staterooms, including

 a spacious Owner’s cabin aft complete with a generous seating area and a his and hers en-suite bathroom. All of the cabins display the same crisp, classical decoration of teak flooring and furniture teamed with white linen and upholstery, creating a fresh and welcoming atmosphere.

 

HULL & APPENDAGES

Construction

 

The layup is of a foam cored carbon fiber epoxy reinforced construction in a female mold.

The hull is Prepreg carbon fiber foam sandwich. The laminate is vacuum consolidated, and oven cured at + 70°C degrees. The core is M-Grade Corecell SAN foam with high density used in the high loaded areas.

 A high proportion of the fibers are unidirectional resulting in a stiff structure.

The stiffeners and structural bulkheads are made using Carbon SE70 Prepreg and Nomex, vacuum consolidated at +70°C degrees. 

Keel

Lifting keel supplied by APM srl. The keel system is attached to the hull through a carbon fibre keel trunk. The keel fin is made of welded and milled high strength steel fin. The bulb is lead casting with 4,5% antimony and is attached to the keel fin with AISI 329 bolts. The lifting mechanism is through hydraulic cylinders.

The fin is fabricated and faired to a tolerance of 0 / +3 mm.

 

Steering Systems

The steering system is a twin rudder and twin wheel sprocket with steel chain and cables.

The steering consoles are Nautor made in composite with space for navigation and control systems.

Rudders

 

The rudders are supplied by Isotop. They have carbon fiber/epoxy skins on foam cores and tubular carbon fiber stocks. The rudders are designed with a sacrificial tip. Weed deflectors are located in front of the rudders and are surface mounted. 

 

Rudder Bearings and Quadrant

The rudders are supported by self-aligning bearings supplied by JP3. Lightweight aluminum steering quadrants are clamped to the rudder stocks.

 

Steering pedestal 

 

The steering consoles are Nautor made in composite with space for navigation and control systems. 

Hubs and sprockets are supplied by JP3. 

Steering wheel                                                                                                                                       There are two 1400 mm Nautor designed clear coated 3-spoked carbon composite wheels.                            The wheels can be disengaged. 

 

DECK

The main deck is of a carbon fiber SPRINT/pre-preg sandwich construction with CorecellTM core.  Coachroof and coamings are of a carbon fiber SPRINT/pre-preg sandwich construction with Corecell TM core. High density core is located in way of deck fittings. The deck is bonded to the hull using high strength structural adhesives.                                                                                                                                           The coaming and coach roof sides are painted using polyurethane paint system.       

The teak deck consists of 65 x 12 mm teak battens with black 5 mm caulking. The teak deck is vacuum bonded with an epoxy adhesive. There are two flush mounted, hinged platforms for the helmsman that can be angled at 25 degrees. 

Deck Equipment 

All winches are hydraulically driven via the yacht’s hydraulic main ring. Systems are connected to the valve blocks with flexible hoses.


Winches

  • Two Harken B1135.3 STASA primary winches on the cockpit coaming
  • Two Harken B1135.3 STASA secondary winches on the cockpit coaming
  • Four Harken B1130.3 STASA winches near the mast
  • Two Harken B1135 winches for the runner backstays
  • One Harken 1130 winch for main sheet 

Anchor windlass

 

A hydraulic driven windlass will be located in anchor locker. The windlass is controlled by a wired remote control. The windlass has a hand wheel operated band brake. 

 

Mooring winch

 

One hydraulically operated, retractable Sanguinetti Capstan drum mooring winch installed on fore deck.

 

Sail Handling Systems

There are Harken hard anodized aluminum tracks for working jib and staysail with Harken custom cars and stoppers. 

Fixed blocks 

 

  •   Two Harken 150 mm double foot blocks for the jib sheets 
  •   Eight Harken 150 mm stand-up fixed single blocks for halyards at mast 
  •   Two Harken 150 mm stand-up blocks for running backstay 
  •   Two Harken 150 mm stand-up blocks for gennaker / code 0 sheets 

 

 Jammers, clutches 

  •  Spinlock ZS jammers for halyards, preventer and reef lines on the mast 

 

Pad eyes 

 

  •   Eight Harken Screw-in pad eye hi-load on the bow for gennaker tack line block 
  •   One pad eye for main sheet dead end 

 

 

 

Snatch block 

  •  Four snatch blocks Harken HC8910 
  •   Four snatch blocks Harken HC8628 

 

 

Pushpit and Pulpit

 

The pushpit and pulpit and lifelines are with spacing and in accordance with ISAF/ORG requirements

32mm polished stainless tube.

The pushpit has an access gate for the gangway.

 

Lifelines and Stanchions

 

The spacing between the lifelines is conforming to ISAF/ORC requirements. 

The upper life lines are stainless 8 mm wire and the lower ones are of 8 mm wire with polished turnbuckles and eyes. The stanchions are 610 mm high, or according to classification requirements, and made of ø 32 mm polished stainless steel tubing. There are gates in the lifelines on each side amidships. 

Other

There is a socket for the carbon fiber flagpole on the aft deck port side. 

The composite mast collar is designed for use with Spartite support and custom-made canvas mast boot. 

Hatches and Windows

White flush mounted tinted acrylic hatches with gutters. All hatches are supported by gas springs. Sizes indicate maximum dimensions of clear opening. 

Deck hatches 

  • One hinged 500 x 500 in port crew cabin
  • One hinged 500 x 500 in starboard crew cabin 
  • One hinged 500 x 500 in crew mess
  • One hinged 500 x 500 in captain ́s cabin
  • One hinged 500 x 500 in galley
  • Two hinged 600 x 600 in saloon
  • Two hinged 600 x 600 in Owner’s cabin 

Teak covered hatches 

  • One hinged to anchor stowage 
  • One hinged 800 x 800 to fore peak 
  • Two hinged 600 x 600 to port and starboard lazarette 
  • One hinged 800 x 800 to dinghy garage 
  • One hinged 700 x 700 in crew mess 

Portholes 

  • One above aft port guest cabin 
  • One above starboard guest cabin 

Deck house windows

The deck house windows are made of tinted, chemically toughened and laminated safety glass.                  They are bonded to the superstructure with high strength elastic adhesive. 

Other 

Main companionway is powered forward sliding hatch with a drop-board. 

There are two deck prisms in aft corridor. 

   Cockpit     

   There are seats with backrests for comfortable seating on each side of the cockpit. 

   Cockpit seats shall be provided with cushions.                                                                                                                                    There are two semi-permanent teak cockpit tables. 

Canvas work        

Sprayhood There is a recessed canvas spray hood for the main entrance.                                                        

Bimini:  The bimini is recessed in the deck and covered with lids. In the frame there is a sliding canvas top.

The bimini is hydraulically operated. The target AWS is 20 knots with bimini up. 

Awning An exterior wide awning for the central cockpit area provided. Fitted on both side of the boom. It is light and manually removable. Side detachable skirts are also provided. 

INTERIOR 

General

The main wood for the interior is teak. The interior is built using mainly lightweight materials. All joinery work done in accordance with the best yacht practices using first grade materials. All furniture that is shown on the interior layout drawing is built and finished to the same requirements as the rest of the interior.             

Collections of fittings (including reading lights, door handles, bathroom faucets and accessories, fabrics and leathers) maximize the aesthetic appeal of the accommodation.

Loose furniture can be secured to floorboards or bulkheads in order to be stored at sea. 

 

 

Forward cabins Starboard and Port side (Crew cabins) 

There is one lower and one upper single bed outboard. 

Drawers are placed where practical under the lower bed. 

A full-length hanging locker is located at centerline. 

The bulkheads are clad with veneered and padded panels. 


Forward amidships cabin, Port side (Captain ́s cabin) 

 

There is one lower single bed.

There are drawers where practical under the lower bed. 

A hanging locker is placed forward outboard and a writing desk is placed inboard aft. The bulkheads are clad with veneered and padded panels. 

There is one hull window in the cabin. 


Forward amidships cabin, Starboard side (VIP Guest cabin) 

 

The cabin on starboard side forward of the saloon is a guest cabin with a double bed and en-suite bathroom. There are bedside tables at bed head, a locker cabinet outboard and a full height hanging locker inboard aft. Bulkheads are covered with veneered panels and a padded bed headboard. 

There is one hull window in the cabin and one in the headroom

 

Aft amidships cabins, Starboard and Port side (Guest cabins) 

 

The aft amidships cabins are guest cabins with en-suite bathroom. 

The cabins have twin beds with a bedside table between and a hanging locker forward of the outboard bed. 

Bulkheads are covered with veneered panels and a padded bed headboard. 

There is one hull window in each cabin. 

The starboard cabin has a pullman bed.

 

Aft Cabin (Owner ́s cabin)

 

There is a king-size bed with bed side tables in the aft part of the cabin, a settee on starboard side and a vanity-writing desk on port side of the bed. 

Hanging lockers are located aft of the cabin in a separate walk in locker. There are two hull windows in the aft cabin.                                                                                                       

Mattresses are of sprung type-high quality manufactured for marine use. 

Mattress bases are Deltaflex batten nets to provide ventilation of underside. 

There are lee cloths on both sides of the bed, and a lee board in the middle of the bed. 

There are drawers under the bed where possible.

2 HULL WINDOWS

 

Saloon

There are lounge areas on port and starboard side of the saloon. 

The dining area is placed forward of the saloon on port side. 

The navigation desk is placed in the crew area, forward the mast. 

There are two hull windows in the dining room. 

 

Chairs

 

There are five foldable directors ́ chairs with armrests at the dining table. 

Chairs can be secured to floorboards while sailing. 

 

Lockers

 

Place is dedicated for entertainment electronics inside the outboard lower lockers. 

 

Settees

The saloon settees are custom built to a high standard with generous depth for comfortable seating. 

The TV with electrical lifting device is integrated in the forward end of port side saloon settee. 

Tables

Dining table for eight/ ten up to twelve persons in the dining room. The wooden table is fixed, and the tabletop is flush. 

 Upholstery and fabrics

Dedar canvas dust covers are supplied for settees and chairs.

Lights and switches

 

General lighting with dimmers is created with down light LED-spotlights and indirect LED-lighting. 

There are two wall lights installed on the bulkheads in saloon and two table lamps beside the port side settee. There are LED-courtesy lights integrated in the main companionway stairs and in the corridor forward. 

 

Galley

The galley is located in crew quarters on starboard side of the boat. 

There is a close access both to the crew mess and to the saloon. 

Lower lockers are in wood and the upper locker doors are painted. Work tops and fiddles are in Corian. 

There is a large under mounted stainless-steel sink and one kitchen faucet with integrated shower at the sink.

Chest of drawers, garbage bin and stowage for pots and pans in lower lockers. 

There is stowage space for crockery, glasses and dry food in upper lockers. 

General lighting with down light LED spotlights. Working lights under upper lockers. 

 

Domestic Appliances

All the appliances have a stainless-steel finish. 

 

-        Fast Cycle Dishwasher Miele G5985 SCVi XXL 230 V 2.2 kW  

-        Steam oven Miele 

-        Washer Miele W2859i WPM, 230 V, 2.3 kW, 5.5 kg, 1600 rpm 

-        Dryer Miele T4859Ci, 2.8 kW, 230 V, condensing type, 6 kg 

-        One refrigerator 600 l in galley, with double cooling circuits and compressors. 

-        One freezer/FRIDGE 370 (50LT)   in the bilge with double cooling circuits and compressors, Frigonautica or equal, custom built 230 V AC. 

-        One freezer 600 l.

-        Icemaker One ice maker in saloon 

-        Electrical stove Miele 900 mm wide oven, H 5981BP, 230 V 6.6 kW. Miele KM 6382 5-burner cook top, induction type, 230 V 11.1 kW.                                                          The units are built into one 900mm wide separately gimballed unit. 

 

Other

 

The space underneath the floorboards is used for stowage where practical. There are fittings for fixing the gimballed stove in two positions. 

 

Nav Station

 

The Navigation station is on centerline in the crew quarters with direct access to deck. 

The station consists of a chart table, instrument panels and a forward-facing floor-mounted swiveling chair.

 

Crew Quarters

The crew mess is integrated in the galley area. 

There is a dining table at the centerline that totally fits four persons. 

There is a sofa around the dining table. 

The chairs can be secured to floorboards while sailing. 

General lighting is created with down light LED- spotlights. 

There is a fixed dining table with wooden tabletop and low fiddles. 

There is a separate washer and a dryer placed forward of the crew mess in a dedicated laundry area. 

A ventilated locker for oilskins is placed forward on port side.

Navigation area 

The navigation station is located aft in the saloon on starboard side close to the main entrance. The navigation station consists of a chart table and a chair facing outboard. 

Stowage space is located under a hinged lid at the chart table. A locker for manuals is placed above the instrument panels. 

The visible instruments are mounted on panels. The panels are opening on hinges and are facing outboard. The main electrical switchboard (touch screen) is mounted at the navigation station. 

There is a floor mounted swiveling chair at the navigation table. 

Bathrooms general 

Owner’s cabin, guest cabins and crew cabins have en-suite bathroom with a separate shower stall. 

The captain's bathroom is built with integrated shower stall. There is one hull window in Owner’s bathroom and in guest bathrooms.

ENGINE & SYSTEMS

The system components are chosen based on Nautor’s long experience in the yachting industry. All installations are done to best known marine practice.

Engine

 

The main propulsion engine, a Scania DI13 070M, is a modern 6 cylinder in-line diesel engine displacing 9.3 liters and delivering 450 bhp (331 kW) at 1800 rpm.

The DI13 070M is a turbo charged, after-cooled engine with 4 valves per cylinder, unit injector fuel system and a “Heavy Duty” rating makes it intended for continuous full power output. This is the ideal propulsion engine for an ocean-going sailing yacht. 

Engine and reduction gear are supported on isolators to minimize noise and vibration.

 

Gearbox

 

The gearbox is a Hundestad variable pitch, with a 2,917:1 reduction ratio, vertical offset marine gearbox. 

 

Propeller Shaft

 

The propeller shaft is made of corrosion resistant AISI 316 steel, diameter ø100 mm.

Shaft is supported by water-lubricated rubber bearings at P-bracket and stern tube.

 

Propeller

 

Four-bladed Bruton Propeller, controllable pitch skew-back propeller with feathering position. 

 

Thrusters

 

The bow thruster is a Hundested FT2.5R, 55kW (75hp) of retractable type.

The stern thruster is a Hundested FT2R, 37kW (50hp) of retractable type.

PLUMBING SYSTEMS 

The components are chosen based on Nautor’s long experience in the yachting industry. 

All installations are done to best known marine practice. All installations are labelled, color coded by function, including indication of flow direction.

 

General

 

A pressurized hot and cold-water system is installed. The pressure water system is made in a multi-layered press fitting system, MeplaTM by Geberit. 

The pressure water system has two 230 V AC pumps to assure quiet operation, type Headhunter Mach 5, 75l/min @ 3 bar.

There are by-pass lines, with shut off valves, installed which allow for the use of only one pressure pump throughout the yacht.

One 20 l pressure vessel per pump is connected to the cold-water system.

Hot and cold water is distributed to all heads, to the galley and to the deck shower which is installed at the bathing platform.

Cold water deck wash connections are located one forward and one aft.

Wash basins, galley sinks and showers are equipped with mixing faucets. 

 

Water Tanks

 

Four integrated freshwater tanks with a total capacity of 3000 l are installed. 

The tanks are provided with baffles, inspection hatches, level indicators and vent pipes. All tanks are pressure tested to 0.2 bars. Tank levels are shown on the electrical main switchboard. 

 

Hot Water System

 

There are two separate hot water systems installed. The system serving the fore ship has a 100 l water heater installed and the other serving the aft ship has a 120 l water heater. 

Both water heaters are equipped with 2 pcs 3kW electrical heating elements each. 

The inlets for both water heaters have check valves to prevent hot water back flow. 

The outlets have relief valves for over-pressure protection.

There are thermostat mixing valves installed on the water heaters that control the hot water temperature. Both hot waters heaters are equipped with expansion tanks. 

 

 

Two normally independent hot water circulating systems are installed, with individual 230 V AC Vortex BWZ 152 hot water circulation pumps, one for the fore ship and the other for the aft ship hot water system. 

There are by-pass lines, with shut off valves, installed which allow for the use of only one water heater throughout the yacht. 

 

Water Maker

 

One Idromar MC5DX watermaker, 230/400 V AC 3 phase, is installed. The MC5DX has a production of 500 liter/hour (132 USgph) or 12000 liter/day (3170 USgpd). The water maker is provided with sand filter, pre-filters, charcoal filter and automatic flushing.

 

 

Drainage System

 

The vessel is equipped with a centralized bilge pumping system. The bilge is divided into an appropriate number of sections with dedicated suction branches (at least forepeak, amid-ship, engine room and lazarette bilge sections).

The bilges are equipped with bilge pickup lines. In addition, each bilge section is equipped with automatically operated electrical drain pumps to keep the bilges dry.

 

Bilge Pump Systems

 

The centralized bilge pump system is equipped with the following bilge pumps:

 

A primary bilge pump, a Gianneschi ACB 531/A 4kW 230/400 V AC 3 phase located outside the engine room, is connected to a bilge pickup manifold with shut off valves for the pickup lines to each bilge section.

Each pickup line is equipped with a strum box and a check valve to prevent back flow.

Special attention is paid to ensure that the strum boxes are mounted in easily accessible locations to allow debris to be cleared.

One fuel pump stored in the lazarette.

The chain locker can be emptied overboard by a 24 V DC electrical discharge pump. 

 

Interior Drains

 

No grey water is led directly overboard. Wash basins, galley sink, showers, air-conditioning fan coil drip trays, fridge/freezers and washer/dryer is collected, when necessary by electrical centrifugal macerator transfer pumps Tecma Sanisplit 24 V DC 270 l/min, into the grey water tanks.

 

Deck Drains

 

Drain lines from the flush mounted deck hatches and from other deck gear are connected to through hull outlets above waterline.


ELECTRICAL SYSTEM  

The electrical system is designed for generator or shore power running. Silent sailing can be performed using the DC powered hydraulic power pack.                                                                                                 During racing, maneuvering or operation of major electrical loads, such as air condition, water maker, stove/oven, washing, water heating etc., a diesel generator has to be in use.

AC SYSTEM                                                         

General

The yacht has a 230/400 V 50 Hz three-phase five-wire AC-system. The 230/400 V system is fed by the diesel generators or shore power inlet and has a PLC-controlled power shedding system.                                The system is of split bus type. There are also a number of 230 V 50 Hz appliances fed through DC/AC inverters.

Shore power

 

The shore inlet plug, 230/400 V 5-pole 125 A, is contained in a locker with a hinged lid at transom. Shore power cable 15 m is provided and stored in a bin by a CM-8 Cable master unit.

 

Frequency Converter

 

Power from ashore is led to an Asea AC 36 frequency converter accepting inlet voltages 170-520 V AC, frequency 40 to 70 Hz, single- or three-phase. Output power is 36 kVA @ 0.85 p.f.

 

Generators

 

Two Fisher Panda g 45I 32 kW generators are producing three-phase 230/400 V 50 Hz AC. The units are mounted on elastic mounts for maximum noise reduction.

The generators are mounted inside proprietary sound shields too.

 

Chargers

 

There are three Mastervolt Q-box charger/inverters, one 24/3500-100 with 3-step 100A charge characteristics for charging of the service batteries.

There are two Mastervolt, Charge Master 24 V 100 A 230 V chargers with 3-step charge characteristics, for charging the handling system batteries. The charging is alsi controlled by battery temperature.

There is one Mastervolt Mass 24 V 15 A 230 V charger with 3-step charge characteristics, for charging radio batteries.

There is one Mastervolt Mass 24 V 15 A 230 V charger with 3-step charge characteristics, for emergency battery.

In the crew area there is a high and low voltage alarm. The charging is also controlled by temperature sensor at the batteries.

Starting batteries can be charged by one of the handling system chargers.

 

 


 

Inverters

 

Mastervolt Q-box charger/inverters convert 24 V DC to 230 V single-phase AC 50 Hz.

 

Two charger/inverter 24/3500-100 VA Sine wave for:

 

  • Cooker hood
  • Outlets
  • Engine room ventilation
  • Fresh water pump
  • Fresh water circulation pump

 

One charger/inverter 24/3500-100 VA Sine Wave for entertainment:

 

  • TV
  • DVD/CD/Stereo
  • Computer

 

DC SYSTEM 

General                                                                                                                                                             

The yacht has a 2-pole 24 V insulated return DC-system for lighting, fans, pumps etc. All wires are sized to minimize voltage drop.

Service Batteries

 

The battery model is Mastervolt MLI Ultra 24/5000 Lithium-Ion.

The batteries are divided into two individual 24 V banks referred to as service battery bank and handling system battery bank.

The service battery bank is 24 V 1440Ah/1 h and consists of 8 batteries. This bank supplies power for the lights, fans, pumps etc.

The handling system battery is 24V 720Ah/1h and consists of 4 batteries. 

This bank supplies power for hydraulics and auto pilot and fire pump.

The two battery banks are normally connected together into one large battery bank.

Whenever needed they can be divided into two separate banks to back-up each other.

 

Alternators

 

There is one 24 V 140 A Bosch alternator on the main engine for the service battery bank.

The alternator is equipped with an external Mastervolt Alpha Pro three step voltage regulator, temperature sensing at the battery.

 

Outlets DC

There are two 24 V DC outlets, one in engine room and one on the mast.

 

Emergency Battery

 

There are two types of emergency batteries one for emergency lighting and navigation lights and another for the VHF radio.

The model for lighting is Sonnenschein 24V 25 Ah / 20 h.

The batteries are of maintenance-free traction gel type. The battery bank consists of two 12 V batteries connected in series.

There is a separate 230V battery charger 24V 15A and a panel for supervision and low voltage alarm of the emergency battery.

 

ELECTRICAL PANELS                                                                    

AC and DC Panels                                                                                                                                            The crew area is provided with an electrical switchboard. At this panel AC and DC voltages and consumptions of the yachts main systems can be monitored on the main switchboard touch screen display. The display shows also the alarms. Subpanels are placed in various locations, such as engine room foreship and aft ship. The electrical system is digitally operated with means for manual back up of vital functions.

Engine and Diesel Generator Control Panels

 

The main engine is controlled from the starboard cockpit coaming panel.

Gear and throttle control of the main engine at both cockpit consoles.

The following functions can also be controlled from the engine room panel:

 

  • Engine control ON/OFF with master switch
  • Start and stop buttons
  • Paralleling button between engine starting batteries

 

The controls for the generators are located on a panel in the crew area and in the Cockpit next to the wheel too. 

The temperature and oil pressure for the generators can be observed on the same panel. 

The diesel generators can also be controlled from the cockpit panel.

ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS

Navigation Systems

 

The Furuno GP-320B GPS /WAAS receiver is used as the main navigator for:

 

  • There are three screens BG Z /EUS 
  • Brookes & Gatehouse sailing instruments
  • Brookes & Gatehouse autopilot system
  •  

A backup Furuno GP-33 GPS/WAAS receiver is providing information to B&G sailing instruments, VHF DSC radio, MaxSea navigation software.

 

Radar

SIMRAD BG radar connected to the Furuno NavNet 3D system.  

Chart systems

They use Navionics Mediterranean CMAP 

AIS system

A Furuno FA-150 IMO Automatic Identification System is connected to the Furuno NavNet 3D and MaxSea navigation system.

 

Sailing Instruments

 

A comprehensive package consisting of Brookes & Gatehouse Hercules 3000 with central processor unit, masthead unit, speed/water temperature sensor, depth sensor and external alarm at the navigation station.

 

The following main units are installed at the navigation area:

 

  • B&G Hercules 3000 Main processor
    • B&G Expansion processor
    • Main halyard 
    • The Park Avenue type main boom is built of standard modulus carbon fiber
    • Boom accommodates a slab reefing system with two reef points 
    • Outhaul track and car mounted at the outboard end complete with hydraulic cylinder 
    • Complete lazy jack system 
    • Boom preventer system 
    • Four lights mounted on the underside of the boom 
    • Port and starboard double grooves on the boom for mainsail cover and sun awning 
    • The standing rigging is made of rod rigging 
    • Aramid running backstay and inner forestay 
    • Main shroud rigging screws of barrel pin type 
    • Headstay and inner forestay have toggles at upper and lower end 
    • Headstay lower attachment fitting to fit a Reckmann UD5sc furler 
    • Dyneema ropes 
    • Main halyard with headboard shackle 
    • Headsail halyards and sheets with Tylaska  Equip Light snap shackles 
    • Equiplite shackles or Wichard D-shackles. 
    • One 156 kg high holding power, plough anchor
  • B&G Halcyon processor unit

 

There is one B&G Graphical Function Display (GFD) located at the navigation area and one additional GFD on each steering console.

 

One B&G Graphical Pilot Display (GPD) is located on each steering console.


Compasses, Clocks and Barometers

Magnetic compasses

There are two Silva 5” magnetic steering compasses at each steering console.

Gyro compass 

Digital gyrocompass system, Sperry marine Navigat X Mk2 will be used as the sole heading source for the autopilot, the radar and other navigational instruments requiring accurate heading information.

Communications Systems

VHF Radio

Simrad RS-35 is installed at the navigation station and wireless handset Simrad HS35 with intercom possibility is installed at the helm.

 

Two GMDSS approved handheld VHF units Simrad AX50 for both on board and emergency use.

Satellite Communication

A KVH Fleet Broadband 250 satellite telephone system with telephone handset is installed at the navigation area. The Fleet Broadband 250 is connected to the Dell computer for internet and for sending and receiving e-mails.

Cellular Phone Systems

There is an Option Globesurfer III GSM/3G telephone terminal connected to the Delta antenna and to a wireless Panasonic DECT telephone. The terminal is also connected to the Dell computer for Internet and for sending and receiving e-mail.

LAN

 

Local area network connected to Dell computer. Ethernet outlets are positioned in all cabins and the wireless network is available throughout the vessel.

 

There is a Yachtspot Internet Wi-Fisystem that searches for public “hot- spots” and broadcasts the service onto the yacht’s wireless local area network (WLAN).

 

Internet access controller, Livewire FB10 PRO allows visibility and control of vessel communication devices. Unit is connected to Option Globesurfer III GSM/4G Yachtspot Wi-Fi terminal and KVH satellite telephone terminal.

ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS

Audio system

Each system plays FM radio and music stored on the Apple media system. 

 

 

Owner’s cabin

 

Bose Lifestyle V35 home entertainment system with Bose subwoofer and 5 surround sound speakers. The system integrates an iPod docking station.

 

Saloon:

Bose Lifestyle V35 home entertainment system with Bose subwoofer and 5 surround sound speakers. The system integrates an iPod docking station.

 

Crew mess: Denon CEOL network CD-receiver with one pair of B&W CCM362 speakers in ceiling. 

 

Guest cabins (3 pcs): Denon RCD-N7 CD-receiver with one pair of B&W CCM362 speakers in ceiling. 

 

Forward cockpit: speaker system includes 2 pair of Fusion MS-FR702 marine 2 way 7 inch loudspeakers connected to marine amplifier Fusion MS-DA51600.

Speakers are controlled using an iPod/iPad. Additionally there is a speaker on/off switch on starboard pedestal for controlling aft deck speakers.

Aft cockpit: Aft cockpit speaker system includes 2 pair of Fusion MS-FR702 marine 2 way 7 inch loudspeakers connected to marine amplifier Fusion MS- DA51600.

Speakers are controlled using an iPod/iPad. Additionally there is a speaker on/off switch on starboard pedestal for controlling aft deck speakers.


Video Systems

All TV’s are connected to the Delta antenna for terrestrial TV. The TV’s also connect to video media stored on the Apple media system 

Owner’s cabin:

A 40-inch LED TV, Samsung Series 6. TV connects to Samsung Blu-ray player BD-D6500. NO

 

Saloon

A 46-inch LED TV, Samsung Series 6. TV connects to Samsung Blu-ray player BD-D6500.


Apple Media System

Music and video streaming using Mac mini, Apple TV and iPod Touch.

There is one iPod Touch 32GB - white in Saloon, Owner's cabin guest cabins and crew mess (6 pcs). 

Each iPod connects to a local TV/stereo system using an Apple TV station or an Airplay compatible device.

A Mac mini including streaming software is positioned in the Saloon, connected to the Samsung LED TV.

Music and video files can be stored on the Mac mini and streamed to the TV/stereo systems using the internal wireless network. Mac mini includes Apple wireless keyboard, Apple magic mouse and one additional Apple universal dock for iTunes synchronization.

Music files supported are MP3, AIFF, WAV, MPEG-4, AAC (.m4a) and Apple Lossless. Video file supported is non-encrypted MPEG-4.

All iPods are configured for the streaming server connection using the boats internal network. 

Mac mini is preinstalled with the streaming server software and iTunes.

MAST & RIGGING

General

 

The four-spreader fractional rig is designed for offshore cruising. It is setup for easy handling with spreaders swept aft. There is a removable inner forestay and running backstays to support the inner forestay. 

Color: White painted with polyurethane paint. 

The rig will be designed by the supplier according to the sail plan delivered by the Naval Architect. The spars are supplied by a high branded supplier in the yachting industry. 

 

Mast

The mast is made of standard modulus carbon fiber. The boom and boom vang goosenecks are composite fabrications bonded to the mast. The carbon fiber masthead has sheaves for: 

  • One spare main halyard 
  • One gennaker halyards  
  • One Code Zero Halyard
  • Two jib halyards 
  • Two Staysail halyard  

Additional attachments for main, jib and gennaker halyards, staysail in order to get a 2:1 purchase. The luff track for the mainsail is installed on the aft wall of the spar including trysail luff track. All Internal wiring are shielded in wire channels and secured to the mast. A water stop is installed at the height of the lowest halyard exit. There is a PVC mast boot over deck partners, sealed at deck level. 

There are four LED down lights on the lower spreaders, two facing forward and two facing aft.

Two spreader lights are facing up on top spreaders. Ventilation conduits are led to the mast. 

An instruments FFD displays bracket shall be installed under the gooseneck.

Booms and poles

 

  • The Park Avenue type main boom is built of standard modulus carbon fiber
  • Boom accommodates a slab reefing system with two reef points 
  • Outhaul track and car mounted at the outboard end complete with hydraulic cylinder 
  • Complete lazy jack system 
  • Boom preventer system 
  • Four lights mounted on the underside of the boom 
  • Port and starboard double grooves on the boom for mainsail cover and sun awning 

 

Standing rigging 

 

  • The standing rigging is made of rod rigging 
  • Aramid running backstay and inner forestay 
  • Main shroud rigging screws of barrel pin type 
  • Headstay and inner forestay have toggles at upper and lower end 
  • Headstay lower attachment fitting to fit a Reckmann UD5sc furler 

 

Running rigging 

 

  • Dyneema ropes 
  • Main halyard with headboard shackle 
  • Headsail halyards and sheets with Tylaska  Equip Light snap shackles 
  • Equiplite shackles or Wichard D-shackles. 

 

EQUIPMENT

General

An Owner's Manual is provided with directions for use and maintenance, drawings and diagrams for main systems and handbooks for machinery and components.

 

Anchoring and Mooring

 

  • One 156 kg high holding power, plough anchor
  • One Fortress FX-125 second anchor
  • 120 m 14 mm galvanised high-tensile anchor chain
  • Four mooring lines 20 m each, diameter 28 mm
  • Four mooring lines 40 m each, diameter 28 mm
  • Eight air fenders with lines
  • Anchor light with cable and plug
  • Two yacht hooks

 

Safety Equipment

 

  • Fire extinguishing system for engine room
  • Portable Hand extinguishers Gloria P2G for the cabins
  • Fire blanket in galley
  • Liferafts MCA LY2 Code requirements

Life Jackets MCA LY2 requirements

 

 

SAILS – ALL BY NORTH SAILS

Cruising Wardrobe: 

- 3Di Square Top Full Batten Mainsail, 1 pce - C-Tech Carbon Mainsail Carbon Battens, 1 pce

- 3Di All Purpose Furling Jib, 1 pce - 3Di Furling Inner Forestaysail, 1 pce - A4 Asymmetric Spinnaker, 1 pce - C-Tech SnuffAir Spinnaker Sock, 1 pce - Storm Trysail, 1 pce 

Listing Marketed by

Giorgio Passarella
Mediterranean Yacht Management sarl
Le Beau Rivage
9, avenue d'Ostende
Monaco,
Monaco

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