142' (43.28m)

GRADE I 1995 142' CHRISTENSEN Motor Yacht

Fort Lauderdale United States $8,795,000 USD

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LENGTH 142' (43.28m)
BUILT (REFIT) 1995 (2018)
BEAM 27' 7" (8.41m)
DRAFT 6' 10" (2.08m)
MAX SPEED 17 Knots
LOCATION Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
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Name: GRADE I 
Type: Motor yacht
Builder: Christensen Shipyards, Ltd.
Year: 1995
Refit Year: 2011/2014/2018
Hull No: 016
Yacht Model: Tri-Deck M/Y
LOA (M/FT): 43.28 M 142’ 00”
LWL (M/FT): 39.37 M 129’ 02”
Beam (M/FT): 8.41 M 27’ 07”
Draft (M/FT): 2.08 M 6’ 10”
Gross Tonnage: 372 GRT
Net Tonnage: 111 NRT
Displacement: 213.97 MT
Hull Material: Composite
Hull Configuration: Semi-Displacement
Superstructure: Composite
Decks: 4
Deck Material: Fiberglass with teak overlay
Flag: Marshall Islands
Classification: Bureau Veritas (BV)
Exterior Designer: Ward Setzer
Interior Designer: Destry Darr Designs 2018
Main Engines: 2 x Deutz TB 604 BV12, 1,980HP each
Speeds: 17kn Max 
12kn Cruising
11kn Economical
Range: 3,000 nm @ 11kn
Guest Accommodation: 12 guests in 6 staterooms
Crew Accommodation: 10 crew in 5 cabins


· 9-month refit in 2018
· Install new Naiad at rest speed stabilization system including fins and hydraulic packs
· Complete hull and superstructure paint (2018)
· Renovated and re-configured skylounge, including new entryway aft (2018)
· Fabricated fixed fiberglass hardtop extension over FB aft deck which offers an extended sundeck (2018)
· New interior stone with intricate marble designs 
· New Led lighting throughout the vessel and misc. new fixtures
· New ebony wood veneer in guest s/r’s and other locations throughout the interior


Flag: Marshall Islands
Port of Registry: Bikini
Classification: Member of IACS
IACS Society: Bureau Veritas
Additional Class Information: Commercial
US Tax Status: Duty Paid


Starting aft, Grade I has a custom fabricated passarelle, spanning the entire swim platform, making boarding from the rear easy. The passarelle leads to a spacious lower terrace, guarded port and starboard by bulwarks. SS removable hoop rails provide safety and visibility to the water. This deck has ample room for staging the water toys and equipment. A removable awning and lounge chairs provide a shady and comfortable beach club. Access to the lazarette and engine room is through a hydraulic hatch forward. Port and starboard stairwells lead to the aft deck.

The built-in settee aft is angled in on each end seating six. The large teak table is also angled on each end and forward is slightly curved. The custom teak and polished aluminum chairs seats six, for a total seating of 12. There are settee lounges on port and starboard. Forward is a J-shaped stone covered bar with four custom bar stools. The bar contains refrigeration, storage, icemaker, ss sink and doubles as a buffet counter for food service. Two TVs are mounted on the air trunks port and starboard. Outboard the air trunks are the walk-around side decks. Doors can close off the side decks for wind, rain, or privacy.

Entering dual polished ss doors from the aft deck to starboard, the main salon view is dramatic due to the large windows and low gunwale height. A game table with two chairs are set beside the window to the aft deck. In the center of the salon rests two high back sofas across from each other around a glass and wooden circular table. Two large armchairs are adjacent. The salon and dining area are separated by an island Onyx covered cabinet. The salon TV raises from the island and the entertainment is housed inside the cabinet. The glass dining table seats 10-12 and has a sculpted glass chandelier above. The forward bulkhead has storage for china, flatware, and stemware. Access to the galley is through the service door to port. Starboard forward is the main deck foyer, with access to the main deck dayhead, the stairwell to the lower guest cabins and the upper guest foyer, as well as an entrance to the on-deck master. 

Redesigned in the 2018 refit, the stairwell in the main deck foyer is a dramatic example of the depth of this refit. Enlarged by the removal of the elevators, the chrome supports, with glass and wood stairs in the stairwell, are highlighted by the mother-of-pearl wall covering. A full height bronze statue completes the scene. Opposite the stairwell and outboard is a cabinet with a wine cooler and storage lockers. 

The galley is on the main deck, forward of the dining room through the stew pantry, and is well laid out for preparation and service, with access to the crew's quarters below and wheelhouse above, as well as main foyer, greatly reducing crew movement in the owners and guest areas. The well-equipped galley is ideally suited for preparation of culinary delights and offers all the storage and appliances a chef could wish for! Separated from the galley by an island bar with bar stools, storage and well positioned preparation countertop, the stew pantry is to port with an additional sink, icemaker, dishwasher and trash compactor and counter space with more storage below.

Forward on the main deck off the foyer, double doors lead to the owner’s private office. There are doors to the stateroom providing privacy for each space. The full-beam, on-deck master suite features a centerline king berth, with nightstands on both sides. The closet runs athwartship and has a secondary lockable “charter” closet. Dressers and settees are outboard underneath the hull-side windows. The entertainment center is on the aft bulkhead. 

The forward bulkhead doors lead to the redesigned His and Her baths, each with own entrance, offering two vanities with sinks and storage, and toilettes separated by a huge, glass doored marble shower, accessible from either side. The jacuzzi tub is accessed from the port side.

GRADE I features five guest suites in the lower accommodation area. There are two guest suites forward, each with queen-sized berth, nightstands, hanging wardrobe and drawer storage, and ensuite. Aft of these two cabins in the guest foyer is a laundry closet with washer and dryer, and a linen closet. To port is the twin-bedded stateroom with nightstand, hanging wardrobe and drawer storage, and ensuite. Further aft are two queen-sized guest staterooms, each with walk-around queen berth, hanging wardrobe and drawer space, and ensuite bathrooms, both and shower, vanity with sink and storage and toilette.

Entering the bridge deck landing from the stairwell, the wheelhouse is forward. Port and starboard wing doors lead to walk-around side decks, and forward of the wheelhouse is a semi-circular lounge pad. The wheelhouse is well-equipped with modern navigational electronics and flat-panel screens. Bench seating and storage drawers are abundant. To port is the captain’s stateroom with ensuite head.

Aft from the stairwell is a day head, immediately followed by the sky lounge. Similar to the lower deck, large windows highlight this upper salon. Redesigned in 2018, there is a full bar athwartship and forward. Two occasional chairs look forward to the barkeep, glass, and stemware cabinet. Opposite to starboard is a circular glass table and four chairs. Matching L-shaped sofas look aft and have large ottomans to provide lounging comfort. Center on the aft bulkhead is the TV entertainment center. A door to the upper aft deck is to port.

The upper aft deck features a large rectangular teak dining table for 10-12. During the refit, the flybridge deck was extended to cover this area. Walk-around deck access is port and starboard and the aft circular stairwell to the lower deck is to starboard. Dual davits enable launching its center-mounted tender to either side of the vessel. A ladder to starboard leads to the flybridge.

Another transformation from the refit is the extended aft hardtop, which made possible an athwartship island bar with four barstools, storage cabinets, ss sink, and refrigeration units. Aft and uncovered from the hardtop are teak chairs and tables. Forward of the bar, on the center, is a circular hot tub covered by the custom fiberglass hardtop with arch style supports, there is a bubble in the top for clearance. Outboard are storage lockers and a SS grill on stbd. The former upper control station was converted into a large sun pad extending the width or the flybridge. Dual double-wide helm bench seats fare forward to the sun pad. A weatherproof TV is housed on the port arch.

Down the crew stairs from the galley is the crew lounge/mess to port with crew galley, seating/dining area, security monitors, and entertainment center, with the dedicated laundry room with stacked dryers, washing machines, and laundry tub. Immediately forward are mirror image chef's and engineer's cabins, each with full size double berth outboard, desk, dresser, hanging wardrobe, and ensuite bathrooms with stall shower, vanity with sink and storage, and toilette. All the way forward are two identical crew's cabins with upper and lower outboard berths, ensuite bathrooms with stall shower, vanity with sink and storage, and generous wardrobe and drawer storage.


Hull Material: Composite / GRP
Superstructure Material: GRP
Decks Material: Teak overlay
Paint: Awlgrip
Motor Hull Type: Semi-displacement
Number of Decks: 4


Gross Tonnage: 372 GRT
Net Tonnage: 111 NRT
Displacement Tons: 213.97 MT
Fuel Capacity: 32,176 Litres 8,500 Gallons
Day Tank: 3,482 Litres 920 Gallons
Fresh Water Capacity: 5,678 Litres 1,500 Gallons
Water Makers (per day): 11,356 Litres 3,000 Gallons
Grey Water: 758 Litres 200 Gallons
Black Water: 4,164 Litres 1,100 Gallons
Lube Oil: 587 Litres 155 Gallons
Waste Oil: 587 Litres 155 Gallons

Speed Range
Maximum: 17 knots
Cruising: 12 knots
Economical: 11 Knots 3,000 nm


Main Engines: (2) Deutz TBD604-V12 1800hp @ 1650 RPM; 1,615 KW per engine
Engine Hours: Port: 1923hrs since overhaul, recorded February 2023
Starboard: 1902 hrs since overhaul, recorded February 2023
Propulsion Type: Direct Drive
Engine Controls: Mathers
Engines Exhaust System: Metcalf
Gear Boxes: ZF BW465 with ratio; 3.037:1
Shafting: 4.5” Non-magnetic, stainless-steel shaft with bronze shell rubber composite bearing. Stern tube, fiberglass shaft support. 
Propellers: Federal 5-blade NiBrAl 55” diameter x 53” pitch. Approx. 11.25” tip clearance.
Engine Ventilation: Delta "T" engine room ventilation
Output/Electricity: AC: 220/208 Volt 60Hz three-phase
DC: 24 Volt
Generators: 2 x Kohler 80E02D 80kW three-phase synchronous generators. (New 2007)
Generator Hours: Port: 2891hrs since overhaul, recorded February 2023
Starboard: Approx. 3000hrs, recorded February 23
Night Generator: 1 x Northern Lights M1064D 40kW three-phase synchronous generator. (Lazz)
Night Generator Hours: 891hrs, recorded February 2023 
Shore Power: 2 x shore inlets located port aft lazarette, each fitted with Hubbell 4 core two AWG yellow Jacket ashore cables. Inputs rates at 100amps
Shore Power Converter: Atlas 60kVA 50/60Hz
Model:  SPCL1175KX6X3-XL-MD-ST2-SB120
S.N.:  4227-001
Input volts: 190-500 VAC
Input Hz:  40-70Hz
Output Volts:  120/208 
Output amps:  208
Output Hz: 60Hz
Output power:  75Kva/ 60Kw
Shore Power Transformer: Merlin Gerin NS250N over current protection breaker, the breaker is fitted with a TMD 250 thermal magnetic trip module set to trip at 200 Amps.
Batteries: 2 x 24vDC for Engine starting, House, Generator, and Emergency
1 x 12VDC 
Battery Chargers: 2 x Sentry 40amp
1 x McCarron 40amp
UPS (uninterruptible power supplies): Yes


Steering System: Jastram Electric-Hydraulic
Steering Gear: Custom made power pack with a single oil reservoir, two (2) electric driven oil pumps, return line filter, servo block and pressure gauge.
Dual steering rams
12 ft² rubber rudder with integrated steel web welded to 5” Aquamet 17 stocks and keyed to tillers.  
Thordon upper & lower bearing
Steel tie bar approx. 100” between tillers
Auto-pilot pump in wheelhouse
17” stainless-steel helm wheel
Anschutz autopilot & tiller follow up
Bow Thruster: Wesmar 80hp in 20" tube 4-blade
Stabilizers: Naiad 522 with 2 x 25ft2 fins 2,250psi
Underway and At-Anchor
18.5kW motor with frequency drive for “At anchor” stabilization.
Pressure is provided to the fin heads underway using the PTO’s driven from the engine gear boxes.
Under Water Lights: Transom: 3
Side Stern: 2 each port and starboard
Helm/Wing Station Controls: 3 x control stations (Pilothouse; Port & Stbd wing stations)

Fuel & Oil System
Fuel Filtration: Alfa Laval MAB 103B-24-60 Centrifuge 238 gal/hr
Fuel Transfer Filters: 3 x inline Racor 1000 fuel filters/water separators 
4 x Parker installed in transfer system
Engine filters: 2 x Racor 71000MAX fuel filters/water separators with gauge and manifold per engine.
Additional Filters: 2 x sets of Duplex Racor for Generators
1 x Single Racor filter for night generator
Fuel Transfer Pump: 2 x Viking 15 GPM @ 25 PSI
Fuel Filling Pump: 1 x Gasboy 65 (13.5 GPM) in port side deck locker with hose, fill nozzle and fuel counter.
Bunkering Station: Port and Starboard main deck aft in lockers.
Tank Gauges: Telcor tank gauges for each tank

Firefighting & Bilge System
Firefighting & Bilge Pump & High water alarms
Bilge Protection: 5 x suction points to the main AC  MP pumps
2 x Bilge Pumps and 1 x Fire pump interchangeable
Well labelled manifold-starboard forward engine room
Seven (7) submersible DC - pumps

Fresh Water System
Fresh Water Makers: 2 x Horizon HRO1480-2SFC Reverse Osmosis @ 1,500 gal per day each
Fresh Water Tank: 1500 Gals. Frame 4.5 – 6 (Location: Stbd Engine Room)
Tank Monitoring: Tank Sentry and in the Headhunter STP
Fresh Water Pressure: Headhunter HH44 Water worker
Fresh Water Pump: 2 x Headhunter P1550W, 220V, 10amp
Hot Water Circulation Pump: Grundfos
Hot Water Boilers: 2 x HTP Model-EVC080C2T045 Rated: 240vac, 3ph, 4500watt, 80 gallons

Black & Grey Water System
Black & Grey Water Treatment: Headhunter TW-HMX-6001 
WC's (toilets/bidets): Fourteen (14) Headhunter Royal Flush
Grey Water Pumps: 2 x Submersible Liberty Pumps
Black Water Pumps: Headhunter Tortuga diaphragm pump (main)
Edison diaphragm pump (backup)

AC & Ventilation System
Air Conditioning: Cruiseair / Dometic MTC96DC 4 x 96,000 BTU (total 384,000 BTU / 32 Tons)
Air Compressor: Dayton – Speed Aire belt driven
4 x Fully hermetic scroll compressor cooling unit
4 x Compressor frequency drives
2 x Chilled water pumps
2 x Sea water pumps
Air Handling Units: 28
Engine Room Ventilation: Delta T Systems; 1 x Axial supply fan, 1 x Axial exhaust fan, 2 x frequency drives, 1 x Control Panel, 2x Fire Dampers.
Galley Ventilation & Extraction: stainless-steel extraction hood fitted with a small speed regulated fan and oil filters.

Hydraulic System
Hydraulic Power Packs: 4 x axial piston hydraulic pumps feeding from 50 gal oil reservoir. The power pack is used for the One (1) Bow Thruster, Two (2) davits, Two (2) anchor windlass, Two (2) stern capstans 

Antifouling System
Type: Sea Hawks Paints – Sea Hawk BIOCOP TF 1200-I Black
TBT-Free Anti-Fouling Coating applied February 2023


Navigation Bridge:
Monitors: 4 x Vei 15” monitors
1 x Haoriz CCTV Monitor
X-Band Radar: 2 x Furuno RPU-013 X band Radars ARPA
S-Band Radar: Furuno 96nm range (Pilothouse)
Chart Plotter: Nobeltec Timezero
Magnetic Compass: Ritchie 4" Powerdamp
Gyrocompass: Anschutz STD22 with repeater 
Auto Pilot: Anschutz PilotStar D 
Rudder Angle Indicator System: Anschutz
Speed Indicator: B&G H3000 multi-function (Pilothouse)
Depth Sounders: B&G 3000 multi-function (Pilothouse)
Video Sounder: Furuno FCV-1200L 
GPS: 2 x Northstar 60001 and 6000i 
AIS: Furuno FA170 
Navtex: Furuno NX700 w/Printer (Pilothouse)
Wind Indicator: B&G H3000 multi-function (Pilothouse)
Horn: Kahlenberg T-1, triple array trumpets
Search Lights: ACR
Ships Computer: For Navigation only


VSAT: Starlink Maritime Flat HD Dish 100Mbs
KVH Fleet 77 V-Sat
SeaTel V-Sat with High Speed Internet 24/7
INMARSAT – C: Furuno F77
VHF Radiotelephones (Fixed): 2 x  Icom IC-M602 (Pilothouse)
2 x  Standard Horizon (Galley & Crew)
Portable GMDSS VHF: 2 x ICOM GMDSS waterproof VHF radios
Telephone System: Panasonic Hybrid with 4 lines 
Cellular System: Motorola
Intercom System: Off Ships Phone System
Internal Ship’s Communication: Panasonic Hybrid with 15 extensions
Printer: Cannon MX922


Anchors: 2 x Custom Christensen Navy style Stainless-Steel
Anchor Chains: 2 x 500' x 5/8" galvanized chains (2013)
Anchor Windlass System: 2 x Muir VHC7000
Deck Capstans: 2 x Muir VHC4000 Hydraulic Vertical Capstan (Aft Stern Quarters)
Davits: 2 x Nautical Structures Capacity: 4000lbs (bridge deck aft)
Passerelle: Nautical Structures 19’ x 42” "Transformer" Electric-Hydraulic
Sea-stair: Marquipt Sea Stairs
Swimming Ladder: Yes
Spotlights: ACR RCL-1000
Paint Exterior: Awlgrip


CCTV: Elbex with 5 Cameras (Aft & Sundecks, Port & Stbd Side Decks; Engine Room)
Monitors: 3 x Monitors (Pilothouse; Crew Lounge; Captain Cabin)
Fixed Firefighting System: Halon in Engine Room
5 x Seawater Stations
Firefighting Equipment: Handheld fire extinguishers throughout vessel
Fire Fighting Suits: As required by Class
Sprinkler System: Throughout Interior
Smoke Detection: Yes
Fire Alarm: Yes
Life Rafts: 2 x Elloitt 25man SOLAS U.S.C.G. approved in canisters
Life Rings: 6 x Life rings with lights, throw lines.
EPIRB: ACR Blobal Fix Pro 406Mhz (Sundeck)
SART: ACR Pathfinder3
Flares and Signals: Complete U.S.C.G. Signal Kit
Medical Equipment: Per required by class plus defibrillator


Video Equipment: Main Salon: Samsung 55” TV on power lift
Main Deck aft bar: 2 x 30” TV
Master SR: Samsung 55” TV
Sky Lounge: Samsung 48” TV
Captain Cabin: Samsung 21” TV & Verneu TV CCTV Monitor
Port Fwd. Guest: Samsung 28” TV
Port Mid Guest: Samsung 23” TV – Sony BluRay
Port Aft Guest: Samsung 28” TV – Sony BluRay
Starboard Fwd. Samsung 28” TV – Sony BluRay
Starboard Aft Samsung 28” TV – Sony BluRay
Crew Mess: Sharp 19” TV, Crew cabins: 15” & 19” Sharp TV
Stereos: 1 x Integra DTR-40.6 (Skylounge) 
1 x Integra DTR-7.4 (Salon)  
Control: Crestron
Other: Power Conditioners/Protectors (Salon; Skylounge)


Cooking Equipment: Viking 6 burner
Ovens: KitchenAid 27” (self-cleaning), Wolf 35”
Microwave: KitchenAid
Refrigeration/Freezer: 2 x 35” SubZero with freezer drawers
2 x Cospolich custom S.S. under counter
2 x SubZero drawers
Dishwasher: Miele
Trash Compactor: KitchenAid
Ice Maker: 2 x Scotsman clear ice machines
Other: Custom S.S. fire/ventilation hood

Refrigeration/Freezer: Nordcold upright with Freezer (aft deck)
2 x Kenmore upright freezers (lazarette) 
1 x chest freezer (lazarette)
U-line under counter refrigerator (sundeck)
Wine coolers: 2 x U-Line (salon/dining)
1 x Whirlpool (main deck foyer)
Ice Makers: 4 x Scotsman clear ice machines (2 x galley, 1 x aft deck, 1 x sundeck)
KitchenAid clear ice (aft deck)
Dometic Eskimo E1540D (port side aft tech space)
Other: Alltesco gas grill with gas detector and solenoid shut off (sundeck)

Microwave: GE
Refrigeration/Freezer: Uline under counter refrigerator 
Dishwasher: KitchenAid

Main Laundry Washers: (2) Miele W3037 (Laundry Room)
Main Laundry Dryers: (2) Miele T8023C (Laundry Room)
Additional Washer: (1) Miele T8023C (Guest Foyer)
Additional Dryer: (1) Miele W3038 (Guest Foyer)
Additional Laundry Equipment: Steam Iron, Wash Tub (Laundry Room)


Spa Tub: Oversized Jacuzzi Spa on Sundeck


Tender: 19’3 Novurania Catamaran Series w/ bow ramp and Yamaha 115 (2018)
Tender Fueling Station: Gasboy 65 (13.5 GPM) in port deck locker
Jet Skis: 3 x SeaDoo RXT230
Toys: assorted snorkel gear
Diving Compressor: Brownies / Bauer SCUBA Tank air Compressor


Hauled out for bottom paint (February)
Remove shafts and props for class inspection and service.
Replace 55” TV on Sundeck
Boat Crane deck service
Install new Flat mount STARLINK antennas for system upgrade to Marine System. 
Complete Flag and Class annual surveys
Replace steering pump at helm.
Service air handlers Master s/r, Main Salon, and lower cabins
Replace 2 air handlers in crew cabins, Service laundry units
Service all three generators 
Replace AC raw water pumps
Replace 1 water maker unit
Tail shaft bearings replaced
Tail Shaft survey completed for Class
Renew bottom paint

Rina 5-year class survey complete September 2020
Haul out, bottom paint, renew zincs, renew rudder bearings, drop stabilizer fins and service, renew and service steering rams and seals, remove props and balance, wash and wax hull sides, service sea valves, rebuild fuel polishing system and fuel valves, rebuild anchor windlasses, and reverse or renew anchor chain and anchors

Complete hull and superstructure paint
New teak decks on sundeck, bow and steps
Renovate and re-configure sky lounge including new entryway aft
Fabricate fixed fiberglass hardtop extension over FB aft deck which offers and extended sundeck.
Fabricate new bar and seating on sundeck
Fabricate new FB aft deck dining area -table and seating for 12
New exterior canvas, cushions, covers, etc.

Complete interior refit throughout every room (including crew):
Remove elevator and expand owner foyer and rebuild stairwell to upper and lower decks
All overhead panels removed and recovered
New stonework with intricate marble designs using exotic materials
New Led lighting throughout the vessel and misc. new fixtures
New ebony wood veneer in guest s/r’s and other locations throughout the interior
Refinish existing wood veneers to low gloss or satin finishes
New carpeting and flooring throughout
New window treatments, wall coverings and fixed seating fabrics
New A/C insulation throughout the interior (behind walls where accessible)
New air handlers throughout and replace duct work where accessible
New chillers for A/C
Replace and install 3 sets Washers/dryers
New galley appliances
New A/V systems and TV’s throughout vessel including running new cabling, Sat HD TV,
New and updated Nav electronics and rebuild of nav consoles
Rebuild and service of Davits and Passerelle
Install new Naiad at rest speed stabilization system including fins and hydraulic packs
Install new Headhunter waste treatment system
Replace batteries
Service main engines and gensets. Rebuild 2 main gensets including electrical end
Renew exhaust systems from risers aft
Service shore converter
New Cat tender with forward drop down and 3 new PWC’s

Since 2010 GRADE I has undergone 3 significant yard periods for paint and misc. interior and exterior modifications. The 2018 refit was over 5 million in cost and supervised by her long tenured skipper, Kevin Klar (Kevin also skippered her from 2000 to 2005 as Big Play). During the refit, Destry Darr was hired as interior decorator and collaborated with her owners for executing their detailed renewal of the interior. No area of the boat was untouched.

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