HOW THIS YACHT CAME TO BE
Three years ago a dramatic new styling trend burst onto the global yachting scene with major production builders like Horizon, and Ocean Alexander leading the way. Created by top European design studios the yachts were dramatically higher and when combined with ultra-modern styling and creative use of interior spaces these new models attracted the attention of buyers and boating magazines around the world.
The owner who designed the 92’ Hargrave “G-G’ spent time carefully going through those first-generation models and it wasn’t exactly what he wanted and so when he came to Hargrave he brought his custom vision for what would prove to be Version 2.0 of this design trend. When we told him about the new shipyard in Antalya, Turkey that was currently building a 186' Hargrave superyacht called BABA's and showed him the range of design and construction capabilities at the yard to build in fiberglass, steel, and aluminum, he felt it was a good fit for his project and gave the go-ahead.
As always at Hargrave, our goal is not to be the first but to be the best.
This Hargrave owner made a number of significant refinements that you will recognize on your first visit. On the exterior alone you’ll quickly notice the shaping, styling, and paint styling are all a level above the competition. Working with Fort Lauderdale based Yacht Interiors by Shelley, they both took full advantage of the yard's skilled craftsmen and the level of detail in the fabrication, construction, hardware, cabinetry, and even the functional details like the arrangement plan, are all top-shelf custom construction examples. The yacht is also fully certified by the RINA Classification Society.
(We understand buyers today look at a listing online for 90 seconds or less and most just want to see the photos and videos ASAP. If you are interested in this yacht we have a full set of interior specifications showing all marble, granite, wood, fabric, as well as all the equipment installed onboard. It is available on request.)
Buying a custom yacht is the equivalent of owning an original artwork while buying a luxury production boat is more like a numbered copy. This special and totally custom yacht is a rare offering from Hargrave and we are excited to present it to you now.
Configuration - This is a three-deck sky lounge configured yacht built on a semi-displacement Jack Sarin hull form and carrying 5,000 gallons of fuel so you can really explore some new places with her 2,000-mile range.
Accommodations – There is a master suite on deck with his and her bath, while below there are three full guest suites – 2 have VIP queen berths and one is a twin berth cabin that can be converted to a VIP queen berth. In addition, there is a separate exercise room and a laundry center forward on the cabin deck level and two additional cabins aft that can be used as either crew or for guests if you are an owner-operator.
Key Equipment - The yacht is equipped with a full handling package from Naiad Dynamics of At Rest stabilizers with Datum Controls, as well as both bow and stern thrusters. She has a pair of Northern Lights 38 kW generators to handle all electrical loads, 5 blade Nibral performance propellers mounted on 4” Aquamet shafts, and all hooked up to ZF 2250 transmissions at 3:1 ratio, and a pair of MTU 1600 hp engines.
Tender - Zodiac Yachtline 490 Deluxe with Yamaha F90. The Zodiac 16' Yachtline 490 Deluxe is one of the finest yacht tenders available on the market. The sleek Euro styling and on-the-water performance will definitely turn heads in any marina you visit.
UPPER BRIDGE DECK
Access - You can access the upper bridge deck three ways – immediately upon boarding the aft deck there is a staircase on the port side leading up. When you are walking forward on the side decks there are staircases port and starboard leading up. There is a set of interior stairs leading to the sky lounge on the starboard side in the galley.
Exterior Layout – There is a large U-shaped lounge outdoor seating area forward of the helm station with cocktail tables as well as a nice sun pad area. There is a second outdoor seating area aft of the pilothouse as well as a stand-up bar with stools that includes a sink, wine cooler, icemaker, and storage.
Pilothouse - Includes a private head on the port side and a large sofa lounge on the starboard side. A custom owner's desk is forward on the port side, and forward of that is the helm station which is well laid out and includes three Stidd helm chairs. Complete details on electronics and audio-visual equipment are shown below in this listing.
MAIN DECK & AFT DECK
Master Cabin Suite – All the way forward is the master suite which includes a king-sized berth, his and her bath with shower, a seating area on the starboard side, and lots of storage space including 10’ of hanging locker space!
Galley – The galley is designed so it can either open to the salon for casual entertaining or closed for more formal service. There is a large double door refrigerator as well as extra refrigeration drawers, a full pantry, dishwasher. (Note - an additional full freezer is located on the bridge deck.)
Dining Area – Located directly aft of the galley it can easily handle eight guests for meals and be serviced from both the port and starboard side of the well-equipped galley.
Main Salon – A relaxed and comfortable ambiance was designed into this space with settees and lounge chairs, and lots of natural lighting from her oversized floor-to-ceiling windows. There is a head on the starboard side in the aft section and a full audio-visual entertainment center as well.
The Aft Deck – When you step out of the salon onto the aft deck you’ll find a unique and attractive seating area configured for today’s type of entertaining. When you look at the photos the bar is actually designed to have active interaction with guests in the seating area.
From the aft deck, you have boarding gates on the port and starboard side, there is a staircase leading up to the bridge deck as well as down to the crew area and engine room, and there is a staircase on the starboard side leading down to the oversized swim platform which can be lowered into the water.
LOWER CABIN DECK
VIP Berth Cabin – Located all the way forward with a king on the centerline and full bath, two hanging lockers, and plenty of storage and drawer space.
Fitness Center – The owner has included a separate cabin for a fitness center on the port side.
Laundry Center – There is a laundry center on the starboard side with sink and linen storage etc.
Port VIP Twin Berth Cabin – The twin bed cabin is on the port side and the bunks can slide together to make a queen berth with a full head, hanging locker, drawers.
Stb. VIP Queen Berth Cabin – Located on the starboard side with full head facilities, hanging locker, drawers.
The engine room is well laid out and designed for ease of service. All of the mechanical equipment and systems are detailed elsewhere in this presentation.
There is a twin berth cabin on the port side and a single cabin (with pilot berth above) on the starboard side along with the full head and shower.
BEACH CLUB & SWIM DECK
The large beach club features a half bath on the port side, a fully equipped stand-up bar with stools, and a u-shaped lounge on the starboard side. The beach club can be directly accessed from and become part of the crew area. This area also serves as a crew lounge at night and the settee converts to an additional berth. There is an access door plus the entire stern aft panel can be lifted into the air or there is an access door mounted in the center of the panel. The swim platform is hydraulic and can be lowered into the water.
Principle Dimensions (approximate):
LOA 91’ 10”
Beam 23’ 3”
Draft (half load) 5’ 7”
Height (Half load WL to top of arch) 31’ 10”
Displacement (half load) 209,440
Fuel 5,000 gal
Fresh Water 700 gallons
Engine Twin MTU 10V2000M96
Generator 38 kW Northern Lights
A. Hull and Main Structure
I .1.1 GRP Materials Specification
a) The resin is epoxy and approved by both the reinforcement fabric supplier and RINA.
b) The resin will be able to withstand temperatures of up to 60oC without distortion and resin migration.
c) The resin manufacturer’s requirements and instructions will be strictly adhered to.
d) The resin used for the construction of the yacht will be GURIT, which is RINA approved.
e) Hardeners used will be GURIT (slow hardening).
a) The Cores are cross-linked PVC (AIREX).
b) Closed-cell low-density polyurethane “flotation“ foam shapes can be used to shape all frames girders and stiffeners.
c) An exception is made for the engine foundations where, in order to provide sufficient mass for maximum absorption of engine vibration, the core material shall be a solid laminate of marine plywood or other material specified by the Architect and/or Structural Engineers.
d) High-density foam or Balsa shall be substituted in areas of high loading and in way of bolted-on hardware.
e) Cores to be stored in an area of controlled humidity.
f) Foam to be purchased with outgassing certificate and manufacturers processing instructions, particularly with regard to foam priming to be adhered to at all times.
g) The selection of the cores will be based on the particular application, and in part on the builder’s preference, with the approval of the Architect.
h) The selection of core bond mixture will be left to the Builder but will be approved by the Structural Engineers prior to construction.
a) All reinforcement fabrics will be supplied by a RINA-approved manufacturer and by the Builder and Architect. The primary reinforcement material will be E-glass.
b) Orthotropic E-glass laminates will have the following minimum properties:
· Tensile Strength 21,000 Psi
· Tensile Modulus 1.50 x 106 Psi
· Compressive Strength 21,000 Psi
· Compressive Modulus 1.50 x 106 Psi
· Expected glass contents are:
52% for vacuum bagged panels (decks and bulkheads)
50% for molded components (hull, superstructure girders, and beams)
48% for secondary bonding and stringers
a) The fibers will be E-Glass and Carbon fiber for re-enforcements.
I.1.1.4 Peel Ply
a) Nylon peel-ply fabrics shall be applied:
· to all surfaces which shall require secondary bonding;
· to all laminates when the period up to the application of the next layer will exceed 48 hours;
· to all exterior surfaces.
1 The resin is epoxy and will be approved by the reinforcement fabric supplier and RINA
2 The resin will be able to withstand temperatures up to 60 degrees C without distortion and resin migration.
3 The resin manufacturer’s requirements and instructions will be strictly adhered to.
4 The resin used for the construction of the yacht will be Type approved.
5 The Cores are cross-linked PVC
6 Closed-cell low-density polyurethane “flotation” foam shapes can be used to frames girders and stiffeners.
7 An exception is made for the engine foundations where, in order to provide sufficient mass for the maximum absorption of
engine vibration, the core material shall be a solid laminate of marine plywood or other material specified by the Architect
and/or Structural Engineers.
8 All reinforcement fabrics will be supplied by a mutually agreed upon manufacturer by the Builder and Architect. The
primary reinforcement material will be E-glass.
9 Orthotropic E-glass laminates will have the following minimum properties:
Tensile Strength 21,000 Psi
Tensile Modules 1.50x10⁶ Psi
Compressive Strength 21,000 Psi
Compressive Modulus 1.50 x10⁶ Psi
Expected glass contents are:
52% for vacuum bagged panels (decks and bulkheads)
50% for molded components (hull, superstructure girders, and beams)
48% for secondary bonding and stringers
10 The fibers will be E-Glass and eventually Carbon fiber for re-enforcements
11 Exterior paint Alwcraft
B. Exterior Deck and Equipment
1 Teak aft deck, teak swim platform and teak steps to swim platform and steps to the upper deck and side walkway Non-skid for the rest
2 FRP cap rail
3 Maxwell VWC3500 vertical hydraulic anchor winch (x2) w/local foot switches and remote and chain counter
4 285 ft high tensile ½’ anchor chain (x2)
5 100Kg S/S anchor (x2)
6 S/S rollers and chain stopper
7 Heavy duty 316 S/S Cleats and fairlead w/rollers
8 Aft deck corner hawser (x2) towing 12000lbs
9 Bulwarks w/flush mounted courtesy lights
10 Bulwark side doors (x4) at aft deck for boarding and midship
11 Freshwater/seawater anchor chain wash down the system by manual operation
12 2" handrail with 1-1/2” S/S stanchions and steel cable around the entire boat
13 S/S/ flag pole at the bow
14 Standard docking lines
15 Portuguese bridge with sofa seats and lounge tables as per layout
16 Foredeck sunbathing cushion w/drink holders
17 Frameless windows, clear tempered laminated Low-E glass for windshield
18 Frameless windows, tined tempered laminated glass for side windows
19 Stairs from the aft deck to swim platform with S/S gate doors and handrails
20 S/S Sliding saloon entrance door, self-locking auto door sky lounge and aft deck with a kick button
21 Deckhouse side entrance door (x2) one sliding door on the starboard side and one hinged door from the galley on the port
22 Aft dining table
23 Integrated stairs from the aft deck to the upper deck (one for port side)
24 Hydraulic Hi/Lo swim platform with function as tender lift up to max 2000 lbs removable chalks for swim platform tender
25 Two pop-up cleats on hi/lo swim platform.
27 Built-in shower with hot/cold water above the swim platform.
28 One extractable swim ladder
29 Rub rail around hull sides
30 Portholes are all glass
31 Exterior LED step lights
32 Removable corner rails on the swim platform
33 Sail track
35 Hydraulic door with pantograph door in the middle
36 Sofa seat w/table as per layout
37 Bar with S/S bar stools, sink, Isotherm 2 drawer refrigerator and cooktop
C. Skylounge and Boat Deck Skylounge
1 Helm station (as the main station)
2 Choice of marble/Corian/Teak for countertop
3 L-shaped seats w/table as per layout
4 Custom two-level bar, sink, refrigerator, and wine cooler
5 Sliding door to the boat deck with self-lock.
6 Hatch (x1) on hardtop with a (ship loose) retractable ladder
7 Sun awing aft of sky lounge with SS supports
8 Fwd umbrella
9 Non-skid upper deck
10 Boat deck furnishings
11 Sunbrella fabrics for exterior cushions
12 Sunbrella canvas covers for the upper deck furniture, aft deck seat, windshield, sun pad, and foredeck cushion, and seat
13 Countertop per designer
14 Integral S/S handrails around exterior FRP cabinet
15 One 30” fire magic barbecue in custom cabinet per layout no flip cover
16 Oversize drains with strainers on each corner of the upper deck and internal overboard drains
17 Radar arch w/antenna brackets
19 Kallenberg air horns on top of the radar arch
20 S/S flag pole at stern
22 LED blue lights for H logo on port & starboard side
D. Pilothouse and Instrument
1 Stidd pilot chair (x3, manual)
2 Integrated instrument panel on helm station, standard choices of wood and leather
3 layout per plan
4 Heavy-duty Speich S/S wipers w/wiper wash system
5 Variable speed control on each windshield wiper
6 Danforth or equivalent magnetic compass at helm
7 International LED navigation lights
8 Full set of engine gauges at helm
9 Electric fuel and water level gauges
10 Monitoring system for importation equipment (bilge pumps, blowers, navigation lights)
11 Surveillance camera system (PTZ cameras at aft deck and engine room)
12 DC12V receptacle
13 Chart storage if space allowed
E. Engine Propulsion and Steering System
1 Twin MTU 10V2000M96 engines (gauges manual in e/r and chrome mounts for cameras)
2 S/S shafts Aqualoy 22 HS or equivalent
3 High performance S class 5 blade propellers in NiAlBr
4 Main and intermediate bronze struts with backing plates
5 Shaft and rudder packing glands with Tides Marine dripless seals or equivalent
6 MTU engine controls at helm station
7 One remote handheld control plug-in type
8 Jastrom power steering system
9 S/S rudder w/zinc plates
10 S/S emergency steering wheel in rudder cabin
11 Custom steering wheel at helm station
12 Underwater exhaust system for engines w/bypass mufflers
13 NAIAD zero speed stabilizer
14 NAIAD hydraulic bow (45HP) and stern thrusters (65HP)
15 Humphries Interceptor trim system.
16 Anti-noise treatment to the exhaust system
17 Air handler in E/r
Engine room and Equipment:
1 Engine room clean designed with powder-coated decks
2 Heavy-duty insulated engine room door
3 S/S overhead grab rail on each side of the engine
4 Engine room LED ceiling lights
5 Engine compartment ventilation blowers
6 Delta T engine room de-misters
7 Engine load distributed through flexible mountings on S/S engine bed bonded to FRP hull girder
8 Engine alarm system as per engine standard
F. Electrical Systems
1 Color-coded wiring for easy identification
2 Main electric panel includes AC & DC circuit breakers
3 24 volt DC monitoring and main circuit breaker panel
4 Subpanel design in each zone for electrical distribution
5 Emergency power package & lighting system
6 AC volt receptacles located throughout including the engine room
7 GFI protection for all AC outlets in exterior, heads, galley, and engine room
8 Fiberglass water/exhaust separator for generator
9 Electrolysis bonding system
10 Cathodic protection with zinc anodes for shafts, struts, etc
11 Indirect lighting under valance in salon, staterooms, sky lounge, and galley
12 Dimmer system for LED-ceiling lights in the aft deck and sky lounge
13 Dimmer system for LED ceiling lights in the salon, master, and VIP staterooms
14 Italian Vimar switches for the lighting system
15 Underwater lights (x 8)
16 stern docking lights and flood light boat deck
AC/DC Main Power System:
17 Northern Lights generators (x2) 38 kW (60Hz) with sound shields
18 255 Ah AGM start batteries (x4) for engines/generators with battery chargers (x2)
19 210 Ah AGM batteries (x8) for ship’s DC 24v service power with combined inverter-chargers (x2)
20 210 Ah emergency batteries (x2) above main deck w/independent battery charger (x1)
21 All batteries enclosed with proper fixtures
22 Vapor proof battery switch
23 Power distribution system
Shore Power System:
25 4x Glendinning 100 Amp shore power Cablemasters each w/125’ power cable (2 Forward 2 aft)
26 Shore power connection w/100 Amp ISO boost transformers which will be wired as a polarization transformer
Navigation System: (Custom designed 5 screen display)
29 Garmin GPS
30 Furuno 72” 12kW 72nm open array radar system
31 Garmin 24” (x 5 units) multifunction displays screens
32 Garmin fish finder and chirp transducer
33 Garmin Autopilot system
34 Garmin wind/speed/depth/temp transducers
35 Garmin VHF (2)
36 Garmin AIS
37 (4) 22" Garmin 8622 mfd screens plus 5th screen ship service unit
38 Pepwave 5-G wifi
39 EPIRB (2)
41 (2) 12 man lift rafts
H. Mechanical Systems
Fuel Oil System:
1 Fuel tanks w/ sight & electric gauges and capacity specified in Principal Dimension above
2 Dual Racor 75/1000 MA fuel filters/water separator, each engine
3 Electric fuel transfer pumps (x2)
4 Racor 500 MA fuel filters (x2) one on each generator
5 Reverso oil change pump system for engines, gears, and generators
6 Reverso FPS210 fuel polishing system (x1)
Fresh Water System:
7 FRP water tank with a capacity specified in Principle Dimension above
8 Watermaker 2,000 GPD by Dometic
9 High volume Headhunter AC freshwater pressure pump 2 and one DC pump for back up
11 Freshwater hose for filling engine and generator expansion tank
12 PVC piping for freshwater system
13 40 gallon water heaters (x2)
14 Hot water circulation pump (x2)
15 Headhunter toilet system
16 600 gallon holding tank w/macerator pump and 500 gallon per day Headhunter waste
17 Y-Valve for holding tank with deck fitting for dockside pump-out
18 500 gallon sump tank
19 Sump pumps system for grey water tank
20 Electric level indicators for 600 holding tank
Bilge Water System:
21 Electric Rule bilge pump (x5)
22 110 volt bilge pumps (x2) crew area, 2 in the engine room and 1 in the forward VIP
23 High water level bilge alarm
25 All bilges dry and Awlgrip painted
25 Cruise Air chilled water air conditioning system and makeup air for lower deck
27 Air handlers throughout the boat
Fire Safety System:
29 Fire insulation in the engine room
30 Fire resistant treatment for pipe penetrations
31 Fixed fire extinguisher by NOVEC for engine room with remote control
32 Auto shutdown system
33 Automatic fire damper system
34 Portable fire extinguishers (x8) in recessed lockers
41 Integrated fire alarm system in the sky lounge with heat or smoke detector in each cabin
38 Undercounter ice maker, refrigerator per layout
39 Wine cooler per layout
40 S/S Sink per layout
41 Garbage disposal
42 Refrigerator (x2)
43 Induction cooktop with exhaust blower above
45 Microwave and oven or one microwave-oven
46 Trash compactor
47 stacked washer/dryer (x2)
48 all appliance to be Meili
Television Package and Stereo System
TV screens located in master suite, three guest suites, exercise room, crew cabins, beach club, aft deck, galley, and sky lounge.
49 TV antenna on top of the radar arch and dummy doom
50 WiFi booster system with wireless routers onboard
51 Skylounge 55” LED TV with Fusion Marine Stereo (x1) and speakers (x2)
52 Upper deck Fusion Marine Stereo Amplifier and speakers (x2) from sky lounge Fusion Stereo
53 Salon 55” LED TV with Bose lifestyle home entertainment system and separate Blu-Ray disc player and Apple TV
54 Aft deck Fusion Marine Stereo (x1) and speakers (x2)
55 Master stateroom 50” LED TV with Bose lifestyle home entertainment system and separate
Blu-Ray disc player and Apple TV
56 VIP stateroom 40” LED TV with Fusion Marine Stereo (x1) and SM speakers (x2)
57 Guest stateroom 32” LED TV with Fusion Marine System (x1) and SM speakers (x2)
58 Crew mess 32” LED TV with Fusion Marine Stereo (x1) and SM speakers (x2)
59 wireless intercom system
60 Exterior connector for shore power and cable tv
61 Aft deck TV 50"
2 aft deck capstans
**All specifications subject verification at the time of sale. (Certain changes were made during the build process.)**
** Priced reduced for an offer signed and accepted during the month of May and is $2.0 million less than the current replacement.
** EXCLUSIONS** The name "G-G" is reserved, the owner's personal artwork and certain personal effects are not included in the sale. A list will be supplied at the time of offer.