2006
Year
PERSHING
Builder
90' (27.42m)
Length
4
Cabins

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Z2 - 2006 90' PERSHING 90'
Athens
€1,400,000 EUR


The 2006 90' PERSHING 90' Commercial Vessel Z2 is a yacht for sale located in Athens, Greece. A great opportunity to acquire a Pershing 90 at Auction. Closing on the 5th August 2020.  The Pershing 90 is one of the most popular yachts in its class The Pershing 90 is a hugely capable yacht, with stunning performance, great sea keeping, and comfort. The yacht is located in Greece. Contact the yacht broker to receive more information or schedule a showing of this yacht for sale in today!

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LENGTH 90' (27.42m)
BUILDER PERSHING
ASKING PRICE €1,400,000 EUR
BUILT (REFIT) 2006 (2017)
BEAM 20' 6" (6.23m)
DRAFT N/A
MX SPEED 40 Knots 46 MPH
CRUISING SPEED 34 Knots 39 MPH
CABINS 4
GROSS TONNAGE 149.82
DISPLACEMENT N/A
LOCATION Athens, Greece
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Detailed Description

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS
     
     
Type: MOTOR YACHT- Commercial  
Model: 90’  
Builder: PERSHING  
Exterior Designer: Fulvio De Simoni  
Construction Year: 2006  
Refit: 2017  
Length: 23.98 m  
LOA 27.42 m / 90’7”   
Beam   6.23 m / 20’5”  
Draft   1.65 m / 5’5”    
Material: GRP
Flag: Greece
Classification: Lloyd’s
Engines: MTU 16VM93 2435BHP
Engines Year Built: 2005
Maximum Speed: 34 knots
Cruising Speed: 40 knots
Gross Tonnage: 149.82
Net Tonnage: 94.32
   
   
CAPACITIES
     
     
Accommodation: 8 Guests in 4 cabins  
Crew: 4  
   

THE BELOW REMARKS ARE FROM THE SURVEY COMPLETED IN JUNE BY MR VASSILIS KAPODISTRIAS

OF Y.E.S LTD NAVAL ARCHITECTS, SURVEYORS AND VALUERS


 
ACCOMMODATIONS

     
     
The cabins below main deck and most specifically the master cabin, the VIP, the two guests’ port and starboard found in moderate to relatively good condition although some signs from superficial wear and tear and possibly lack of maintenance were also noted.
 
The WC/Showers in the cabins were found to moderate in relatively good condition without any obvious or major damages.
 
The saloon and the dining area on main deck appeared to be in relatively good condition, although, certain degree of wear and tear was noted on the furniture and the wooden floor.
 
The crew quarters and the crew cabins found to be in moderate condition showing lack of maintenance. The same applies for the WC/Showers. 
 
 
 
 
MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
 
 
The galley located below main deck aft next to crew quarters appeared to be in moderate condition in respect to maintenance and wear and tear.
 
The galley furniture and equipment revealed the same condition.
 
 
EXTERNAL DECK SPACES
     
     
The external deck spaces on main and upper deck appeared to be in poor or moderate condition with obvious signs of wear and tear and local damages on the wooden laid decks. 
 
     
HULL
     
     
The hull viewed from externally and to the extent possible did not reveal any obvious damages in respect to the hull skin structure which could be attributed to contacts or other incidents. 
 
The same applies for the transom and the swimming platform although signs of wear and tear were obvious mainly on the platform’s deck. 
 
     
SUPERSTRUCTURE
     
     
The superstructure’s walls appear to be free of any damages from contacts or other incidents whilst no obvious damages appeared to be present on the glass windows.
 
 
PAINT WORK
 
 
The overall paintwork for hull and superstructure to the extent inspection was possible appeared to be in relatively poor to
moderate condition taking, however, into consideration that the vessel had been laid up afloat without maintenance for a
number of years as reported. 
 
 
 
 
 
EXTERNAL FURNITURE
     
     
The external fixed furniture mainly of GRP structure to the extent inspection was held did not reveal any major damages other than normal wear and tear.
 
The cushions found stored in the VIP and the Master cabin below main deck.
 
 
EXTRENAL FIXED FUNRITURE
 
 
The external fixed furniture mainly of GRP structure to the extent inspection was held did not reveal any major damages other than normal wear and tear.
 
The cushions found stored in the VIP and the Master cabin below main deck.
 
 
WHEELHOUSE - STEERING POSITION
 
 
The wheel house – steering position is located forward of saloon on main deck in an “open plan” area and did not reveal any obvious damages or excessive wear and tear on the console of the instruments as well as the instruments of navigation and communication installed in the said area.
 
 
TENDER GARAGE
 
 
The tender garage located aft appeared to be in relatively good condition internally whilst the inflatable tender GENIUSS and her outboard Suzuki 40 hp appeared to be also in good condition, viewed only from externally.
 
The SEA-DOO RXP jet ski was also appeared to be in relatively good condition.
 
 
ENGINE ROOM
 
 
The engine room viewed superficially and did not reveal any obvious or major damages other than certain wear and tear in the installations of machinery and systems as well as small amounts of lubricants and water in the bilges.
 
It should be mentioned, however, that no water ingress was noted in any of the areas of the engine room bilges or from the through hulls, to the extent inspection was possible. 
 
 
MAIN ENGINES AND GEAR BOXES
 
 
The main engines viewed from externally and did not reveal any major or obvious damages or wear and tear other than local leakage of lubricants and water. 
 
Certain parts, however, of the engines revealed also superficial corrosion.
 
The same applies for the ZF gear boxes and the inboard part of shafts and couplings.
 
It should be emphatically noted that no records of engines’ maintenance were made available and the engines and gear boxes may be suspect to certain damages or wear and tear for the reason mentioned above.
 
 
ELECTRIC GENERATORS
 
 
The KHOLER and the ONAN generators were viewed only from externally and did not reveal any obvious damages or excessive wear and tear on the sound boxes.
 
 
MAIN ELECTRIC SWITCHBOARD
 
 
The main electric switchboard installed in the engine room appeared to be in moderate to relatively good condition without excessive wear and tear, whilst certain fuses and breakers tried in operation with successful results [on and off mode for lights and systems]. 
 
 
MACHINERY AND SYSTEMS IN ENGINE ROOM
 
 
The machinery and systems in engine room viewed from externally appeared to have signs of lack of maintenance with superficial corrosion, leakages of lubricants or hydraulic oil.
 
 
NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
 
 
The navigation and communication equipment such as VHF Navtex, monitoring system, GPS, Autopilot, Tridata Raymarine, Naviop system of Simrad, etc, installed in the steering position found free of obvious damages from externally, although did not try in operation or even in on and off mode.
 
 
 
 

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Fraser Yachts
12 Hay HillMayfairLondon, United Kingdom

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