2006
Year
TRINITY
Builder
195' 7" (59.60m)
Length
8
Cabins

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GRAND RUSALINA - 2006 195' 7" TRINITY
Viareggio
$24,950,000 USD


The 2006 195' 7" TRINITY GRAND RUSALINA is a yacht for sale located in Viareggio, Italy.Built and finished to the highest standards, GRAND RUSALINA is the ultimate Explorer Yacht. Huge volume over 5 decks. Owner's stateroom is private on the bridge deck, well separated from the seven other staterooms. Excellent outside deck spaces, dive friendly stern, huge storage space on the foredeck for tenders and toys and a spacious sun deck.Contact the yacht broker to receive more information or schedule a showing of this yacht for sale in today!

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LENGTH 195' 7" (59.60m)
BUILDER TRINITY
ASKING PRICE $24,950,000 USD
BUILT (REFIT) 2006 (2018)
BEAM 37' 7" (11.44m)
DRAFT N/A
MX SPEED 15 Knots 17 MPH
CRUISING SPEED 12 Knots 14 MPH
CABINS 8
GROSS TONNAGE 966.00
DISPLACEMENT 2259738.19 Lbs
LOCATION Viareggio Italy
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FULL SPECIFICATIONS

Detailed Specifications

VESSEL DETAILS
Builder / Designer: Trinity Yachts and Felham Enterprises
Year: 2006
Refit: 2014/2018
Class: Lloyds +100 A1 SSC, YACHT, MONO, G6, LMC, UMS
LOA: 59.6m 195’06”
LWL: 51.75m 169’09”
Beam: 11.44m 37’06”
Draft (full load): 3.10m 10’02”
Moulded Depth: 3.42m 11’03”
Tonnage: 966 GT
Displacement (full load): 1,025 tons
Displacement (10% load): 827 tons
Flag: Cayman Islands
Speed (Cruising/Design): Cruising 12 knots @ 1,350 rpm
Design 15 knots @1,600rpm
Range: 6,000 nm @ 11-12 knots
Fuel Capacity: 175,000 liters
Water Capacity: 32,000 liters
Black Water Capacity: 27,600 liters
Grey Water Capacity: 7,900 liters
Fuel consumption: Eco speed 10 knots = 210 L/h approx. with one generator running
Cruising speed based on 6000 Nm range and fuel capacity 175,000 L and no reserve = 350 L/h approx.

 

 

ACCOMMODATIONS

 

GRAND RUSALINA sleeps 19 in owner’s party in 8 en suite staterooms and can accommodate up to 14 crew in 7 crew cabins, plus Captain’s cabin. There is an internal staircase from the lower guest accommodation deck all the way up to the sun deck. Please note that the total of 19 represents the use of two Pullman berths in the twin stateroom and the pullman in the 7th guest stateroom. In addition, each of the five guest staterooms with king size berth’s also have a settee that can be opened into a small bed for children etc. so total could be 24. There is however a limitation of 12 guests on board while the yacht is at sea and not more than 31 people on board in total.
LOWER DECK:
There is an extensive storage area and bosun’s locker forward with port side staircase access to the crew mess which is up on the main deck forward.
There are 7 crew cabins forward on the lower deck, all with en suites.
Further aft to starboard is the 7th guest stateroom with upper and lower berths, one Pullman berth and en suite with shower. This stateroom is ideal for children, nannies, pilots or security.
Further aft in the guest area to port there is an en suite twin berth stateroom plus two Pullman berths with king berth stateroom opposite to starboard.

 

Further aft are four king sized guest suites of which three are en suites with tub and showers, WC’s and bidets. The aft stbd stateroom has a shower cabin.
The engine room is aft, with a huge lazarette with dive lockers and equipment further aft. There is a day bathroom in the lazarette. There is access out to the swim center and dive platform and cockpit further aft.
MAIN DECK:
All the way forward under the foredeck is the crew mess. Two wave runners and a RIB tender are stored on top of the foredeck.
Aft of the crew mess on the main open “well deck” is the tender and toy storage area. A 14m tender can be stored to starboard and a number of other tenders and toys up to 8m (26’) can be stored to port. The tenders and toys are launched by two 4,5 to 18 ton cranes.
Further aft on the main deck the commercial galley is all the way forward in the superstructure and has “in galley” dining similar to a country kitchen or diner style arrangement for relaxed dining.
The main deck 3-storey open foyer and day head are aft to port and the dining room which seats 14-16 is opposite to starboard.
The main salon is further aft and there is an “inside/outside” bar on the centerline, servicing the main salon internally or the large open aft deck externally.
There is wrap around seating around the entire aft deck and two dining tables, with access down on the starboard side to the external cockpit area completely set up for diving and fishing.
MID 01 DECK:
On this 01 “extra deck” there is a massive full beam sky lounge. There are massive seating areas, and a delightful “inside/outside” bar servicing both the internal salon and the external dining deck which also has an aft facing Jacuzzi, U shaped seating and sun pads and it is partially shaded by the owners deck above.
OWNERS DECK/BRIDGE DECK:

 

The owner’s deck or 02 level has the bridge forward with two helm chairs with a 6-person couch behind, the foyer aft to port and the captain’s cabin opposite to starboard.
The Owner’s stateroom is further aft with an office to port, sitting area further aft, king size bed on the centerline facing aft, small dining or game table across and bathroom to starboard with Jacuzzi tub, shower, WC and bidet and walk in closet. There are curved doors out to the private owners dining deck largely shaded by the sundeck above.

 

SUNDECK:
The sun deck, the largest seen on a yacht of this size, has sun pads either side of a walk around Jacuzzi pool which has a bar further aft shaded by the communications arch which has a crow’s nest for viewing. There are long settees shaded on both sides. There are two dining tables and many chaise lounges further aft.
Headroom throughout GRAND RUSALINA is 2.2m or 7'4".

 

 

MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT

 

Main Engines: (2) Caterpillar 3512B, 1,500 HP @1,600 RPM. Deep sumps, wet exhausts
10,941 & 10,973 hours (March 2020). Last overhaul in 2019.
Gearboxes: Reintjies, Type WAF 742
Monitoring System: VCAM monitoring system for engines, generators, bilge and fire system, tank levels, doors and hatches.
Stabilisers: Quantum zero speed 4 fin offering stabilisation underway and at anchor in modulated and standard configurations.
Engine controls: EMI
Rudder Angle: EMI
Bow and Stern Thruster: American Bowthruster
Windscreen Wipers: Speich, three sets of wiper controls controlling 9 wipers
Horn: Kahlenberg M-511A Quintuplex airhorn, model F-3, with 8”diaphrams
Search Lights: Carlise & Finch port and starboard 19” searchlights
Wing Controls: Replication of EMI engine controls, rudder control, bow and stern thruster controls.
Air Conditioning: Marine Air with multi cooling/heating stages. R22 refrigerant. The secondary refrigerant is water. This is distributed to local air handler units where water to air heat exchangers provide final heat transfer. All controls performed by dedicated Omron.
Air Compressors: (2) Atlas Copco main air compressors
Ballast: Three dedicated tanks, forepeak (21,900 liters), portside (11,300 liters), and starboard side (11,300 liters). Fillable from a shore freshwater connection or via the water makers or sea water.
Black and Grey Water: Type Tidal Wave TW-200B (for black water)

 

Bow and Stern Thruster: American Bow Thruster, type Trac 22, 150 HP, 50 Hz, 3 phase, proportional joystick control at the pilothouse, wing stations and ECR.  The stern thruster is American Bow Thruster, type Trac 22, 50 HP, 50 Hz and 3 phase, proportional joystick control at the pilothouse and wing stations.
Fuel Tanks: Eight fuel tanks holding a total of 175,000 Liters of diesel fuel. All fuel valves can be operated via the VCAM touch screens in the ECR/Pilothouse or operated manually.
Windlass: MDW, model 125
Aft Capstans: Mc Elroy, Model MC-12-10E
Control Room: Designed by Soundown
Dive Compressors: (1) Max-Air, Model No. 5.5/9.0
Refrigeration: Walk in chiller and freezer, Copeland model DKSJP-15X-EWL
Dumbwaiter: Between the main deck, 01 deck and the sundeck
Fuel Purifier: Alfa Laval MAB 103B-24
Fire Detection: Honeywell Notifier NFS-640E in the pilothouse with panels in ECR and crew mess
Hi Fog: Marioff Hi-Fog SPAU2000 2+1 water mist system for interior spaces excluding the engine room
Passive Hull Anodes: 16 total
Milling Machine: Metal Master lathe and vertical standing milling machine
Oily Water Separator: DVZ500 PC/VC
Propellers: 2 x 5 blade Peining Propellers 1752” x 1392”
Steering: EMI electro-hydraulic two pump
Water makers: (2) Sea Recovery Model SRC Coral Sea-15M3/HR/6/H. Octo water softener
Hot water is heated in two stainless steel hot 650 liter cylinders.

 

 

FUEL CONSUMPTION

 

RPM Fuel LPH Boat Speed RPM Fuel LPH ME fuel totals LPH Litres per 24 hrs
800 36.8 7.5 800 38.5 75.3 1807.2
900 48 8.5 900 50 98 2352
1000 64 9.7 1000 65 129 3096
1100 90 10.5 1100 92 182 4368
1200 115 11.2 1200 115 230 5520
1250 135 11.7 1250 136 271 6504 Normal Cruising speeds
1300 150 12 1300 148 298 7152 Normal Cruising speeds
1350 165 12.2 1350 162 327 7848
1400 190 12.5 1400 186 376 9024
1500 235 13.4 1500 235 470 11280
1600 268 14.2 1600 266 534 12816

 

 

 

Gen LPH                24 hr average
34-40                     800-900 lt
Conditions during the Run, Open Sea
Light wind @ 8kts from Stbd beam
Calm seas, no waves no discernable currents
78% full of fuel  65 %full moveable ballast

 

 

COMMUNICATION AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT

 

Security Cameras: Panasonic WV-CU650 is linked to 8 cameras, main mast, foremast, 01 deck aft, main deck aft, engine room, port side main deck, starboard side main deck and dining room.
Sonar: Furuno CH 270 color LCD sonar. Transducer mounted in the hull, controlled from bridge, 800-meter range.
Depth: Furuno FCV-1200 L color LCD depth sounder, 1200-meter range
S-Band Radar: Furuno FAR 21 x 7 BB ARPA 96-mile radar, displayed on hi-res Hatlaind screen.
X-Band Radar: Furuno FAR-21x7 BB ARPA 96-mile radar. Displayed on hi-res Hatlaind screen. Interfaced through Transas chart system.
ECDIS Chart Display: Transas Navi-sailor 3000
Doppler Speed Log: Furuno DS-80 with speed output to ARPA
GPS 1: Furuno GP-170 GPS
GPS 2: Furuno GP-1650W
AIS: Furuno FA-150 linked to Transas system
Navtex: Furuno NX-500 Navtex receiver
Navigation Lights: Norse light
Irridium Telephone: Irridium
FB250: Telephone and internet access
SAT C: Furuno Felcom 15 GMDSS compliant, with printer
VHF 1: Furuno FM-8900
MF/HF: Furuno FS-1570 GMDSS carriage compliant
Satellite TV: KVH Tracvision G8
Magnetic Compass: Suunto
Gyro Compass: Anshutz Gyro Star with repeater at helm
Autopilot: Anshutz pilostar D, connected to Transas chart system
PABX: Panasonic Hybrid KX-T7636

 

 

ELECTRICAL

 

Generators: (2) Caterpillar model C18, 380 kva. Diesel generators.
22,589/23,007 hours (March 2020). Last overhaul at 18,380 & 19,400 hrs.
Main AC: 230/400 VAC, 50hz, 3 phase, four wires with earthed neutral
145kVA 200 Amp, 50hz shore power isolation transformer
Emergency AC: 230/400VAC, 50hz, 3 phases, four wires with earthed neutral. Panel located in the pilothouse. Northern Lights 99kVA emergency generator.
DC Supply: 24VDC, two wire insulated return, 24/12 VDC converters, Mastervolt battery chargers, batteries for service, emergency radio, two emergency generator start batteries and VCAM alarm.
Alarm Monitoring (VCAM): Cervina VCAM main alarm and monitoring system utilizing redundant Siemens PLC hardware.
E/R Ventilation: (2) variable speed 5HP inlet fans and (2) variable speed 3HP outlet fans. Delta-T controller and touch screen in ECR.
Engine Controls: EMI dual levers in pilothouse, wing stations and ECR.
Cathodic Protection: (3) Cathelco C-Shield in Sea Chests and (2) Electroguard impressed current systems.

 

 

GALLEY AND LAUNDRY

 

The galley is forward on the main deck, incorporating a dining area on the port side so the food may be prepared and consumed in the same area creating a “country kitchen” effect.
 
Galley Equipment
Hotplate Oven: Electrolux 700 4 hot plate top with grill and deep fat fryer
Convection Oven: Electrolux model #260047 steam
Grill (salamander): Electrolux 700 model #775301
Fridge/Freezer Units: Skope Model #BC150/2RFOS
Fridge: Skope model #SK1550-01178
Small Milk Fridge: Fisher & Paykel C450
Ice Maker: Hoshizaki model #IM21CNE
Dishwasher: Electrolux WT30 Model #502601
Stand Mixer: Artisan Kitchen Aid

 

Laundry Equipment
A spacious Laundry is located forward in front of the crew area. It is fully equipped with:
3 Miele professional clothes washers model# WF 5427, 2 Miele professional clothes dryers model # T5206, Electrolux clothes roller model # IB3 2314.
A complete list of galley, pantry and laundry equipment is available separately.

 

 

DECK EQUIPMENT

 

Tender Cranes: (2) Identical electro-hydraulic North American MCT2040 cranes on the foredeck.
Capacity of 40,000 lbs at 10 feet (71° boom angle) to 10,300 lbs at 40 feet (0° boom angle).
Spa Pools: (2) spa baths with heaters and dump valves
Passarelle: Carbon Fiber 2013
Boarding Ladder: Marquipt
Safety Equipment: As required by applicable regulations

 

 

TENDERS

 

A separate list is available.

 

 

REBUILD

 

GRAND RUSALINARebuild in Brisbane
The yacht was originally designed and built by Trinity/Halter Marine.  About six months before delivery in 2002, GRAND RUSALINA was damaged by fire.
Damaged Areas:
- Two guest staterooms and the adjoining hallway were damaged
- The remainder of the interior, installed at that stage, suffered smoke damage
- The pipe tunnel and tank area were affected by smoke but not to the level of the interior
- The Engine room and lazarette were unaffected due to the watertight bulkhead between
- Steel plating in one bulkhead and the galley floor above were affected by heat
After lengthy negotiations, in 2004 GRAND RUSALINA was transported to Brisbane by Dockwise where she was re-designed, reconstructed and significantly up graded for delivery to the owner in mid 2006, when she was measured and her Certificate of Registry issued. The work was done in the Brisbane Marine Industrial Park, which was owned by Viking Industries, a public company.
Repairs to damaged areas:
- Removal of the entire interior down to and including all rough-ins, plumbing and electrical, including brackets, hangers and all insulation
- All the damaged areas of the hull were taken back to steel then re-coated before installing a new interior
- 16 tonnes of steel plating was replaced under the guidance of class, including the forward guest bulkhead and galley floor
- Everything onboard during the fire was replaced
 

 

Upgrades to the vessel done in Brisbane include:
- The entire superstructure was replaced with a new aluminium superstructure including several changes to the general arrangement (this upgrade was not due to the damage but owners upgrade in design)
- Upgrade to UK MCA LY2 compliance
- 100% new interior was installed
- Upgrade of the sound and vibration specification
- Re-arrangement of layout was designed to suit new superstructure and maximise space and flow
- The exterior was fully re-faired and re-painted
- All new teak decking was laid
- New layout on sundeck included a more concealed helipad, a mast with an arch and internal staircase access.
- A new swim platform and transom design including the lazarette was added
- Additional waterline subdivision at below deck level was added
- All appliances were upgraded
- New exterior sliding doors and drop-down windows were installed
- The only equipment to stay untouched in the engine room was the main engines, gear boxes and the chilled water system for the AC. Everything else was upgraded and re-located including a large amount of piping.
- An air-conditioned control room was added to the engine room
- Upgraded to 4 Quantum fin zero speed stabilisers
- Conversion of ballast space forward to a storeroom
- All new electrical system, including design, main switchboard, generators and alarm monitoring
- Additional structure under cranes on foredeck to handle heavier loads
- The hull was fully tank tested at Marin in Holland, after which new rudders, propellers, shafts, bulbous bow and additional length to the main keel were added.  All this work was done to improve performance.

 

All of the work in Brisbane was managed and controlled by the owner’s representatives.  Some of the additional contractors involved were:
 
Furniture Manufacturing Co. of Australia (FMCA) – Interior fitout
Nautical Contracting – Teak decking & exterior furniture
Cervina – electrical design, install and alarm monitoring
Marine Applications – General engineering
Marine Engineering – Super Structure construction
Blackline Shipping – Super Structure construction
Kiwi Global – Exterior and interior paint
East Coast Yacht Refinishing – Exterior Paint

 

2012/2013 UPGRADES
 
New quota management server for communication gateways
Fibre optic network with separate guest /crew wifi zones throughout boat
Central media server for movies and music
Integrated multi zone sound system, controlled by network I-Devices
25 new networked Smart TV's in all guest and crew areas
Individual Apple TV devices for each TV
Ship’s Monitoring System
Replaced previous ship systems monitoring system with Palladium "SIMON"
Six new monitoring stations, 2 x bridge, 2 x engine room, engineer’s cabin, crew mess
Bridge
Updated navigation electronic chart computer
Updated various bridge watch system components to meet LY3 compliance requirements with some exemptions listed in relevant certificate
Upgrades to security camera system
Crew Accommodations
Two extra fixed bunks in forward crew cabins to bring total possible complement to Captain + 14 crew
New crew mattresses
New TV's as per new media package
New crew mess upholstery
Lazzarette
Modified arrangement in storage locker allowing for new fridge and ice maker
New headliner in lazzarette with new LED lighting
Engineering
Main engines serviced and painted
New main engine exhausts
Generators serviced and painted
Ships air conditioning plant and associated plumbing removed and rebuilt completely
Ships desalination fresh water making plants removed and rebuilt completely
Ships fuel purification system rebuilt
Ships forward stabilisers removed, serviced and reinstalled
All machinery space bilge areas repainted
New higher capacity tender fueling system
Below deck deep fridge and freezer systems rebuilt
Hull suppressed current protection system replaced
Deck
New 12 meter water slide
2 x new Yamaha wave runners (only break in hours)
Hull paint protection re applied
Various exterior paint repairs and re-coatings etc.
All exterior tables and chairs refinished
New manual stern passerelle
2 x Laser sail boats (not part of the sale of yacht)
14 mt Niad RIB (not part of the sale of the yacht)

 


 

2018 UPGRADES

 

Complete engine and generator overhaul.
Main engines:
2019 Major overhaul / Top end overhaul including but not limited replacement of all:
- cylinder heads
- liners
- pistons and connecting rods (new version)

 

Diesel generators:

 

Overhaul of the engines as per Caterpillar technical procedure 20000 running hours service (stbd 2016 / port 2015).
Maintenance of both alternators as per manufacturer specification/instructions according to running hours (2016).

 

EXCLUSIONS

 

A detailed inventory and a list of exclusions will be provided pursuant to a Purchase Agreement.

 

 

REMARKS

 

Built and finished to the highest standards, GRAND RUSALINA is the ultimate Exploration Yacht. Huge volume over 5 decks. Owner's stateroom is private on the bridge deck, well separated from the seven other staterooms. Excellent outside deck spaces, dive friendly stern, huge storage space on the foredeck for tenders and toys and a spacious sun deck. Zero speed stabilisers add even more comfort to her heavy displacement.

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