303' 2" (92.41m)

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2000 303' 2" NOBISKRUG GMBH Motor Yacht Full Displacement Oceangoing Motor Yacht Marseille France
€90,000,000 EUR

The 2000 303' 2" NOBISKRUG GMBH Full Displacement Oceangoing Motor Yacht Displacement Motor Yacht TATOOSH is a yacht for sale located in Marseille, France. Contact the yacht broker to receive more information or schedule a showing of this 2000 303' 2" NOBISKRUG GMBH Full Displacement Oceangoing Motor Yacht Motor Yacht Displacement TATOOSH yacht for sale in Marseille, France today!

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LENGTH 303' 2" (92.41m)
ASKING PRICE €90,000,000 EUR
BUILT (REFIT) 2000 (2021)
BEAM 49' 1" (14.96m)
MX SPEED 16.00 Knots
LOCATION Marseille, France
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Detailed Specification

Year 2000
Refit 2021
Builder Nobiskrug
Naval Architect Claus Kusch
Exterior Designer Claus Kusch
Interior Designer Terence Disdale
Interior Décor Achille Associates
Flag Cayman Islands
LOA 92.40M 303’02”
Molded Beam 14.95M 49’01”
Extreme Beam 15.27M 50’01”
Maximum Draft 5.16M 16’11”
Air Draft 24.50M 79’42”
Air Draft with Sailboat JULIA 27.50M 90’20”
Speed 12.5 knots @ 730 rpm
Range 6,855nm @ 12.5 knots
Gross Tonnage 3,229GT
Net Tonnage 968
Displacement 3,172
Panama Canal Tonnage 2,770
Suez Canal Tonnage Gross : 3,264.39 Net : 2,271.22
Classification Lloyds LR + 100A1 SSC Yacht (P) Mono G6 + LMC, UMS, MCA, LY3
20 year surveys will be completed March 2021
Accommodations Owner’s Stateroom plus 9 Guest Staterooms, and 2 staff cabins
Cinema, swimming pool and two helicopter decks
TATOOSH can accommodate a total of 19 in the owner’s party. Accommodation consists of the Owner’s stateroom plus 9 double guest staterooms and 1 single guest stateroom, plus an additional pilot’s cabin. There are crew accommodations for the Captain and 30 additional crew. Number of persons onboard at any one time is 50 per flag state so guest, crew and staff complement can be adjusted accordingly. TATOOSH can land and carry two helicopters.
Storage and technical spaces forward, exhaust casings, engine room casing and top of elevator shaft. There are stairs down to the bridge deck. Two cranes are aft on the upper helicopter deck. The 8.5m Protector tender is normally stored on this deck.
Full walk around deck ahead of the wheelhouse. Wing stations either side, cantilevered over the side of the ship for excellent visibility. Behind the wing stations on both sides are fore and aft facing settees with dining tables between; a perfect place for a quiet intimate lunch underway.
The wheelhouse has a central positioned console, with a 225° arc of view. There are 2 helm chairs and a U-shaped settee on the centerline with a table.
The ships radio room and office with space for 3 workstations is aft to starboard. A private staircase accessing the owner’s suite on the two decks below also has private access to the bridge. Crew stairs are separate. The Pursers office is to port, ahead of a pantry with a food lift that goes to the galley, three decks below.
The First officer’s cabin is aft of the ship’s radio room and office on the starboard side, with en suite bathroom with shower.
The Captain’s cabin is opposite to port with king sized berth, workspace, couches, easy chairs and en suite bathroom with shower.
A dayhead is in the lobby and passageway area moving aft on this level, ahead of an electronics and entertainment technical room.
Further aft is the elevator which accesses this deck and every deck below, and the central ship’s staircase which also ends at this deck level.
A reception lounge is aft on this level, intended to serve guests arriving at this level from one of the two helicopter platforms onboard TATOOSH. This reception lounge also serves as a captain’s and guest office and looks aft over the main helicopter deck, which can land a large helicopter. A helicopter pilot’s cabin with en suite bathroom is to starboard, with proper approved fire station outside. A dedicated helicopter spares store is opposite to port. A helicopter refueling station is adjacent to the upper landing pad. 
The lower/main helideck is for regular use and sized to accommodate helicopters with a ‘D’ value equal to or less than 14m. There are no ‘D’ or ‘T’ value markings as the deck is not commercially certified. It is structurally rated to a maximum of 3,600kg for skidded helicopters. An EC145 D2 as well as an MD900 have landed and been carried on board frequently. The upper helideck is a relief or secondary landing pad for a lesser sized helicopter.
A beautiful shaded outside deck area is ahead of the Owner’s observation lounge. This deck is covered by all-weather awnings that can be carried in severe weather conditions. They have not needed to be removed in any cruising that TATOOSH has encountered so far.
The owner’s forward observation lounge is on this deck level and is certainly the best observation lounge, with the best visibility forward, (protected from the crew foredeck area), on any yacht of this size today. It has deep floor to ceiling windows and doors out on both sides and also on the centerline forward. It is arranged with couches, easy chairs, dining and game tables, coffee tables and a private owner’s galley and bar in the aft port area. This is a delightful space for owners that do not want crew intrusion, and truly makes TATOOSH unique in her layout that above all provides privacy and intimacy for an owner and his family, in the “owner’s apartment” area.
Continuing aft in the owner’s apartment area on this deck level, (the “apartment” incorporates two forward deck levels, with interconnected privacy stairs) is the owner’s gymnasium, properly sized for all the equipment, and with doors opening out to the side decks. Opposite to port is the owner’s private office, also with deck access.
A further guest or private staff cabin is aft of the owner’s office, still in the “apartment” area.
The owner’s lobby on this deck level gives access to the owner’s private staircase, so that the entire forward section of the ship that incorporates the owner’s and children’s staterooms and day room on the main deck, and the owner’s office, gym and observation salon and owner’s galley on this deck can be closed off for absolute owner privacy. This apartment is truly a “private haven” on board a magnificent yacht.
A pantry is further aft of the guest cabin. There is a ship’s officer cabin accommodating 2 crew further aft.
A dayhead is in the passageway. Further aft the elevator and ship’s staircase come up to the lobby area with a view out to the Hinckley tender to starboard.
Both the 43’ Hinckley tender and the 43’ Frers racing sailboat are stored on this deck level, outboard port and starboard with launching davits.
The boat deck salon is further aft and delightfully laid out with an L-shaped bar forward to port, mini grand piano, couches, chaise lounges and easy chairs.  This area was set up as a music recording studio in the website and brochure photos but has been reconfigured with chaise lounges and cabinetry in the 2021 refit.  Powered sliding doors allow the entire salon area to be open to the outside deck on this level. Fixed glass windows protect the exterior lounging deck from wind and inclement weather and enable the entire exterior and interior area to be used as one room.  There is a wrap-around curtain that allows this area to be secluded from the outside and also gives lighting protection to view the exterior cinema.
Forward on the main deck there are two outboard dressing rooms in the owner’s bathroom area, which is centerline forward and furnished with steam shower, bathtub, WC and bidet in a separate room, and two sinks in a large vanity.
The owner’s suite has a centerline bed with entertainment controls in a console on the side table. On the port side of the master stateroom there is a private work station/office that can be split from the room by a curtain; on the starboard side there is another private salon area, with easy chairs and a delightful place to relax looking out the full height windows.
Further aft, yet still a part of the owner’s apartment, are two guest suites, (or ideal children cabins) each with full height windows, one with a twin bed and one with a double bed, both with desks, easy chairs and couches and en suite bathrooms with showers and bathtubs.
Further aft on the starboard side is the beauty salon (previously a family day or game room), with full height windows, tables, chairs and settees and extensive storage.  This area could easily be reconfigured to a conference or meeting room. However, in the owner’s dedicated apartment area this room has adjacent access to the main deck lobby and state of the art cinema located centrally amidships in this area.
An audio visual technical room is located within the crew area adjacent to the cinema.
A lady’s day bathroom is adjacent the main deck lobby outboard and a men’s day bathroom is inboard at the centerline.
Pizza ovens, secondary to the main galley below, are on this deck level ahead of a large pantry that accesses the private dining room further aft. A steward’s office is adjacent which also includes the medical locker.
The main deck entrance lobby is to starboard amidships, accessing the elevator and central ships staircase.
The dining room has a table with 14 dining chairs slightly offset to port, with ample storage around. This dining room is private from the main passageway aft to the main salon.
The main deck salon is in a light and airy theme with couches, easy chairs, coffee and game tables and a fireplace and central entertainment center against the forward wall. A reception bar is in the aft starboard corner opposite the second staircase down to the guest staterooms. Proceed out through concertina sliding doors to the aft pool deck.
The outside pool deck is delightful with lounging activities concentrated around the 18’ x 12’ heated swimming pool with contra flow jets. Pool is approximately 6’ deep and has a floor that lifts to allow an entirely flush aft deck when the pool is not being used. The swimming pool is covered from the sun by the boat deck above. There are extensive lockers adjacent the pool and port side access down to the lazarette and dive room areas, as well as dual staircases accessing the swim platform directly from the pool deck.
Storage room forward and to port and crew gym opposite to starboard.
There are four single crew cabins, each with en suite bathroom, two twin cabins each with en suite bathroom, and two quad crew cabins aft in the crew area on this deck, each with en suite bathroom with WC, dual sinks and dual showers in each.
The ship’s laundry is to starboard with a crew lounge and TV room to port.
A massive crew mess is aft to starboard with crew service bar inside.
The ships main galley is opposite to port with chef’s office adjacent, and refrigerated garbage store, and garbage shredder in a separate room adjacent the shell door that opens at the waterline for crew tender access. The incinerator room is below, incorporated in the engine room.
Engine room and engine control room are amidships.
Going further aft there is another pantry (housekeeping pantry) to service the guest cabins on this deck
The ship’s elevator accesses the guest lobby at the forward end of the guest accommodation level, adjacent a wine cellar. The staircase accessing the guest area enters the lobby at the aft end of the guest accommodation area.
There are four king berth guest suites, all with en suite bathrooms, 2 with walk in showers and 2 with bathtubs, and two double berth twin guest suites, also with en suite bathrooms with tubs in the lower deck guest accommodation area. An interleading door connects two of the guest cabins on this deck.
A door from the aft lobby gives access to the beach club.
The swimming pool sides have windows and a whirlpool faces aft in the beach club through the transom area to the sea. There is a “marina” door folding down to the water on the starboard side, adjacent to a Nitrox compressor for diving. Aft of this is a full sauna and a separate shower and toilet. A dive lobby is further aft to starboard with a fold down shell door to the water. A full pantry and bar are on the port side of the beach club, complementing this entire area; one of the very best seen on a yacht of any size.
Large storage rooms, soft drink cool room, bonded storeroom and A/C room forward. Three quad crew cabins with WC, dual sinks and dual showers are further aft, with a lower deck crew mess between them.
Tankage and separate watertight divisions complete the lower deck areas, which also have approved gasoline and helicopter kerosene tanks built in the aft section, either side of the stern thruster inside the steering gear compartment.
2 x Deutz/MWM SBV16M628 main engines with Visco Masse rubber mounts and air start, Deutz pneumatic controls. Recommended Deutz service completed at 32,627 hours March 2021.
Reintjes WGF3355 Reverse Reduction Gears – 4.277:1 reduction
Maneuvering control stations located in wing stations and pilothouse center console station
Noris Monitoring System featuring:  180 analogue channels, 260 bin channels
Marelco cathodic protection system (an impressed current anti-fouling and corrosion protection system for sea water piping systems).       
Schottel STT 170 LK ELAST Bow Thruster – 350kW @ 1470 RPM
2 x PDL Frequency drives
Schottel STJ 132T ELAST Pump Jet type Stern Thruster – 500kW @ 1072 RPM
2 x PDL Frequency drives
Blohm & Voss, Simplex/Compact Stabilizers, underway only
Stabilizers in their own separate watertight rooms, port and starboard.  Fins are retractable, rotating forward into hull pockets.  Stabilizers fitted with hydraulic trim tabs. Fin size 3m2. Extension and retraction time – 90 seconds      
Hydraulic Steering by Hydro Control
4 x Steering Stations including joystick controls at bridge and wing stations
EMRI Autopilot and emergency station in aft steering area
Air Sep Ozone Generator
2 x HEM, reverse osmosis water makers with fresh water flushing – 31,680 LPD each
Hamman HLCONT plus 10 system fitted 2015
Blohm & Voss bilge water purifier/oil water separator
Two Stork Main Fire Pumps
Stork Emergency Fire Pump
Hatlapa Compressed Air System
Two units of compressed air storage tanks
Weger ducted air/chilled water air-conditioning 1005kW (approx.)
3 x seawater cooled condensers
3 x York Marine Systems chiller units
Teamtec-Golar 465kg incinerator
Uson stainless steel garbage chute to incinerator room
Commercial grade plastic/aluminum shredder
Hercules garbage compactor
Propane gas locker located on the main deck, port side amidship. 
 Fuel Oil (10) 457,000 L 120,000 USG
 Fresh Water (4) 137,000 L   36,000 USG
 Lube Oil Tank (4)   19,000 L     5,000 USG
 Sewage Tank (2)   21,600 L     5,700 USG
 Sludge     6,400 L     1,700 USG                   
 A/C Condensate     7,160 L     1,900 USG
 Gasoline (toys)     3,850 L     1,000 USG
 Kerosene (helicopter)     7,040 L     1,850 USG
Single non-integral stainless steel Gasoline (Toys) Tank – watertight with lighting and ventilation
Fueling location at port shell door fueling station
Single, non-integral, stainless steel Kerosene (Heli) Tank – watertight with lighting and ventilation
Fueling location on heli-deck in starboard side deck box
12.5 knots @ 730 rpm Range: 6,855nm
15 knots @ 840 rpm Range: 4,636nm
16 knots @ 965 rpm Range: 3,688nm
3 x Deutz MWM TBD620 – 750 KVA main generators. Recommended Deutz service completed at approx. 55,000 hours (each) March 2021. 
Each of the 3 x main generators has a Unikat catalytic convertor for clean exhaust gas out through the funnel stacks
1 x Deutz BF 6M1015 – 160kW emergency generator located on the bridge deck, approx. 132 hours March 2021
Main AC System – 400 volt 3-phase 50 cycle
Secondary AC System – 220 volt single phase 50 cycle
Other AC System – 110 volt AC 60 cycle via engine room frequency converter
DC System – 24 volt
The main AC power has the possibilities of being supplied by shore power, three (3) main Generators, emergency generator, and three (3) UPS’s
The primary generators are all fitted with load shedding and overload alarms
Shore power consists of (4) cords, 30 meters each, 600 amp stainless steel cord reel, reel divided into (4) sections
Shore power inlet box starboard aft lazarette fitted with volt meter and 600 amp motorized breaker with automatic phase sequencing
Main breaker 600 amp motorized breaker in control room
Riedewald shore power isolation transformer, rating 400 volt – 600 amp, 50/60 cycle, 415 KVA
UPS No. 1:  Eaton 9355 10kVA – 3 phase located upper funnel deck
UPS No. 2: 2 x Eaton 9155 10kVA in a parallel redundant setup located upper funnel deck
UPS No. 3:  2 x Riello MST 40kVA in a parallel redundant setup located lower deck UPS room
Helvar interior and exterior lighting system throughout
Underwater Lighting system
Teak decking on foredeck, main side decks and aft deck, boat deck, bridge deck and funnel deck
2 x Steen model 23-19 electric windlass (port and starboard)
2 x 2,295kg anchors
2 x 42mm diameter, 192m port, 220m starboard with Kenter links anchor chain
Steen model 01-21-3 aft windlass
806kg galvanized anchor aft
165m, U3 stud link 24mm diameter anchor chain aft
Steen electric aft capstans
On the boat deck there are (2) davit systems, (1) per side each with (2) davits.  Port side offloads the 42’6” sailboat.  Starboard side offloads the 43’ Hinckley.
Three Cramm hydraulic deck cranes, (1) forward and (2) aft on the upper funnel deck
Shell Doors:
Port side service shell door to crew area
Port and starboard shell doors with swimming ladders at lazarette
Port and starboard shell doors for bunkering
Lazarette/marina shell door
Stern swim steps from swim platform port side
Port and starboard midship bulwarks gates main deck
Port and starboard bulwarks gates upper aft deck
Port and starboard side accommodation ladders
Passarelle Details:
Cramm 7.26m passarelle
Cramm side boarding ladders
2 x ACR 406Mhz ERIRB
Guest accommodations emergency exit
4 x canistered life rafts with hydrostatic releases, 25 person (DSB)
50 x SOLAS approved immersion survival suits
2 x search and rescue transponder (SART) (also one on each tender and sailboat)
60 x inflatable lifejackets
First aid kit with oxygen bottle
Man overboard light/smoke signaling buoys
4 x line throwing apparatuses
4 x Safety harnesses
Proper lifelines and railings, made removable where necessary
MCA approved rescue boat and crane
12 x throw rings
3 x sets of firefighting suits with air bottles and masks in three (3) locations
Fire axes
62 x fire extinguishers
Individual smoke detectors in each cabin
International fire main connection
Fire and general alarm buttons located in various places throughout the yacht  
Fire blankets, (1) each store
General alarm button in wheelhouse
Hi-fog fire suppression system for the interior of the yacht
CO2 and fire suppression system for the galley exhausts ducts
CO2 and Hi-fog fire suppression system for the engine room, generator room and incinerator room, steering gear room, and bow thruster room
Emergency fuel shut-offs on deck and locally
Emergency shut down for the Alfa Laval and the fuel transfer pumps
Emergency electrical shut-down flaps
Emergency shut-offs for engine room fans
Fixed Foam firefighting system for heli-decks
Sea water firefighting outlets, with hoses and fire wall nozzles
Permanently mounted fire pump, with its own raw water sea chest, valve and sea strainer off the emergency generator      
Fire alarm panel in the wheelhouse and Engine control room, with smoke/heat sensors in the overhead throughout the yacht
1 x Searchlight
Ship's bell, sized to yacht rules
International code flags
International running lights
Aldis Morse code signaling light
Full set of hand wheelhouse rocket flares
Closed circuit TV security cameras with monitors
Air horns with inland light and timed foghorn feature (4-trumpet)
NUC (not under command) lights
Navigation light safety panel in the wheelhouse
Public address system
Anchor ball and associated navigational shapes
Current electronics package in compliance with class requirements, GMDSS, etc.
Rotating signaling lights in the engine room indicating fire, general, telephone and machinery/engine malfunction and in all required spaces
Transmitting C-Plath magnetic compass located in funnel deck visor above bridge
Raytheon autopilot and Anschutz rudder angle indicator
2 x Sperry FOG gyro sensors
Raytheon Integrated bridge system
Independent Electronic Charts with 8 Displays
One Raytheon X band 3cm RADAR
One Raytheon Sate of the Art S band RADAR
One Danelec Simplified Voyage Data Recorder
EMRI Joystick and auto station control system incorporating Bow Thruster, Pump jet and steering
Automatic Identification system
Sperry GMDSS alarm unit
Consilium electromagnetic speed log
Jotron aircraft radio
Sperry VHF model RT4822
Furuno CH36 echo sounder/sonar with transducers forward and portside amidships
Phone Tech intercom with (5) stations to bridge, engine control room, generator room, engine room, and steering flat
Noris alarm indication center for UMS operations
Safety and Security monitoring system
Ships general lockdown system
Electronic Charting Planning system
Gyro readout Control and Display unit
Sperry NAVITWIN heading control unit
Starboard Phone Tech communication intercom, 3-zones, (48) phones throughout
Aft clock and clinometer
Furuno D-fax weather facsimile
2 x BGF units for weather information
AGI barometer/temperature
AGI wind speed, wind direction (dual solid state sensors on mast)
1 x computer at desk and space for an additional 2 workstations
1 x large HP printer / scanner
2 x Furuno SATCOM C, GMDSS terminals with monitors
4 x UPS controllers
GMDSS radio panel with the following:
2 x handsets
Radio battery monitor
2 x Thrane and Thrane VHF DSC
Furuno MF/HF DSC and SSB
Vinit mar BSS for integrated safety systems and CCTV controller
3 x JRC SATcom B, with data terminals, with keyboards
2 x Sailor 500 broadband, with data terminals, with keyboards
Siemens, Simos MMC electronic clock (40 clocks aboard, all synchronized with this clock)
Computer terminals are as follows:
Radio room (3)
Captain’s Office
First officer’s cabin
Deck office (2)
Engineering office (2)
Interior office
Helicopter Reception
Engine control room
Most of the telephone lines throughout the yacht are CAT V and CAT VI and there is fiber optic cable throughout.
IP CCTV system throughout exterior and interir (engine room) of (31) deck heads, PTZ and bullet type cameras
All new 2021 with Cat 7 cabling in 2021 AV/IT refit
1 x Main Crew Mess – Quad view, any camera can be single viewed or in a group of 4
1 x Crew TV room - Quad view, any camera can be single viewed or in a group of 4
1 x Lower crew TV room - Quad view, any camera can be single viewed or in a group of 4
Televisions: (2) channels showing security cameras in a quad view of (4) cameras on each channel. No control or selection of cameras is possible and only viewing what is pre-selected.
Port lazarette
Lazarette pantry
Crew Mess
Crew lounge, upper
Crew lounge, lower
48 x Avaya handsets
115 x lines used aboard
2 x SATCOM lines
2 x HSD lines
2 x GSM cell phones
In the 2020/2021 refit the entire Audio visual and IT system and infrastructure was replaced. The entertainment system is now provided by YachtCloud on their Omniyon platform. Central entertainment control panels for all systems are via iPad. The Omniyon media platform is capable of 10,000 media files and unlimited audio files. Omniyon media platform allows ingestion of personal/private media content.
3 x CD changers with 100 CD’s each
10 x TV decoders
1 x 15 Sky UK receivers
1 x 15 DTVUS receivers
2 x FTA receivers
3 x receivers for the local television
12 TV channels can be viewed throughout the vessel although there is no control of TV receivers. Exceptions are in the master stateroom, cinema and forward observation lounge where TV receivers can be fully controlled.
Walk-in Lockers:
Dairy Room located lower deck, port side
Cold Room located lower deck, port side
Freezer Room located lower deck, starboard side
Defrost Room located lower deck, starboard side
Cold Drinks Room located lower deck, forward port side
Wine Room located lower deck, aft starboard side
Garbage Room located cabin deck aft, port side
Small walk in fridge in the main galley
Main Deck Pool:
Dimensions: The pool is 5 meters long, 4 meters wide and 1.8 meters deep.
Other features include the following:
4kW motor direct driving automotive gearbox/rack and pinion system driving worm gears in each corner of the pool.  Worm gear shafts are all fitted with seals and worm gears are all enclosed in stainless steel boxes with removable access ports.
The whirlpool, one level down from the main deck pool in the beach club also has a stainless steel body that is completely tiled.  It shares the same drip pan as the main pool and other features include:
Jet pump for water jets
0.3kW circulation pump
18kW electric heater
121kW bubble blower
12 meter (42’60”) Hinckley “Talaria” motor yacht, twin Yanmar 420Hp – 6Ly2-STE with Hamilton jet drives
12.4 meter (43’00) Frers sailing yacht “Julia” built by Composite Works, Yamaha outboard motor
8.5 meter (29’00) Rayglass Protector RIB, twin Mercury Verado 200Hp
7.4 meter (24’00) Safeboat aluminum V hull Launch, twin Yamaha 115Hp
7.0 meter   (21’ 00) Pascoe RibTec, Yanmar engine 230Hp with Hamilton jet drive
4.5m Rescue boat SOLAS approved
Bauer Dive Air Compressor – 440 m3 per minute at 225 bar
1 x fill station capable of filling (4) tanks simultaneously at the manifold located in the dive room aft on the port side.
Nitrox refilling station
NOISE LEVELS: (DBA) (at delivery)
TATOOSH is one of the quietest large yachts afloat.
800 RPM
Wheelhouse 57.6
Captain’s Cabin 40.9
Sun Lounge Aft 44.2
Observation Lounge 40.3
Galley 59.2
Dining Salon 40.4
Crew Mess 55.3
Aft Main Salon 44.5
Master Stateroom 38.1
Cinema 36.6
Port Forward Guest 42.9
Starboard Forward Guest 45.7
Port Mid Guest 40.4
Starboard Mid Guest 43.2
Port Mid Guest 40.4
Starboard Mid Guest 43.2
Port Aft Guest 39.8
Starboard Aft Guest 48.5
Engine Room 98.6
Control Room 60.2
Generally, the yacht carries no storm window covers as she was built with bulletproof 66cm triple laminate glass windows.  A few selected windows have aluminum storm covers
Emergency steering station below the lazarette with gyro repeater and intercom
3 x waterproof emergency handheld VHF radios
Emergency grab bags in assorted sizes
Panel in wheelhouse showing indication for yachts side doors and watertight integrity
24-volt emergency DC lighting
Windshield wipers and washers (9)
Emergency GMDSS batteries (top deck)
Exterior doors control lock system
High water alarms in all bilges and cofferdams
Bilge pickups manifolded to the main bilge pumping system
REFIT 2020/2021
A nearly 12 month refit, with completion expected about April 2021, was performed in Germany. Here are some highlights of the work due for completion at PetersWerft Shipyard, Wewelsfleth, Hamburg.
20-Year Lloyds Class Surveys
Full Repaint - Hull and Superstructure
Main Engines serviced
Gearboxes serviced
Rudders inspected for 20-Year class survey
Steering gear serviced
Bow thruster serviced
Stern thruster serviced
Generator engines serviced
Aft fresh water tanks sandblasted and recoated
Hot water boilers replaced
Engine room bilges cleaned and painted
All tanks cleaned and inspected
Main engines, gearboxes and generators painted
Main engine mounts replaced and engines aligned
Tanks, voids and cofferdams painted
Refurbished bridge wing control stations
Emergency switchboard breakers overhauled
Main switchboard breakers overhauled
Replaced security cameras
Overhauled Passarelle
Swim ladder serviced
Transom door hydraulic actuators and locking cylinders overhauled
Tender platforms and doors overhauled
Side shell doors serviced
Accommodation ladders overhauled
Telescopic hydraulic foremast overhauled
Deck cranes overhauled
Anchor windlasses serviced
Various windows repaired or replaced
Davits 5-Year tests and surveys
20 Year hull thickness measurements
Lower and Upper helideck overhaul
Upgraded emergency lighting
Fire alarm system serviced
Hull bottom anti-fouled
Stabilizers serviced
Propeller shaft and stern tube shaft repairs
Shell doors corrosion treatment and seals renewed
Crew area floors replaced
Crew area carpet replaced
Crew day heads and bathrooms refurbished
Laundry equipment installed
New Audio-Visual systems installed
Various carpentry jobs throughout
Tenders overhauled and re-painted
A detailed exclusion list will be provided pursuant to contract.
TATOOSH is simply the finest yacht of her class available in the world today.
All speeds, capacities, consumption, hours, measurements, etc. are approximate or estimated.  Specifications provided for information only as particulars herein obtained are from sources available but are not guaranteed.  Remarks and other statements may be personal opinions and may not be relied upon.  Interested parties should instruct his/her agent/supervisor to check all details for accuracy. 

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