Further USD 300,000 price drop. Owner wants sold.
This classic Feadship is kept in excellent condition and is of typical Feadship quality - solid, silent and seakindly. The sun deck Jacuzzi, an enormous open main deck, a vast array of watersports equipment and a well-planned layout make the yacht ideal for parties of up to 12 with two double suites and four twin staterooms.
Lloyds Class 100A1 Yacht
Excellent charter history and refit work programme
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Engine Brand: 2 X 625.0 CaterpillarD-379TA, Diesel
Cruising Speed: 12
Maximum Speed: 13
Engine Hours: 1400
Fresh Water Tanks: 19700.0 Litres
Fuel Tanks: 53900.0 Litres
Sleeps 12 in owner's party, including 2 master staterooms. There are four double guest cabins each with private bath and shower. The Captain's cabin is behind the bridge and the roomy crew's quarters are forward with three double cabins and an engineer's cabin with twin bunks, each with individual head and shower. Interior design by Susan Puleo and Potter Stewart.
The MASTER STATEROOM is all the way forward on the main deck and is entered from the starboard side passageway. There is a centreline king size bed against the forward bulkhead with port and starboard bureaus and excellent storage space beneath the berth. On the aft bulkhead, there is a full entertainment centre with television, stereo, VCR etc. The stateroom is finished in a light coloured French maple accented with white marble countertops, and the forward bulkhead has bevel cut mirrors. The flooring is in white Edwards Fields wool carpet, and there are white silk wall coverings with matching custom drapes and custom matching bed spreads. The white silk theme is carried through to the master bathroom which is off the port side aft, with navy and white marble with white and gold hand painted tiles, double sinks with gold Lapis fixtures, and separate full tub and shower. There are built-in drawers, vanity and on the port side, a gold accented working desk and matching chair. On the inboard side of the passageway on the starboard side, is a large walk-in accordion door hanging locking allowing for a large amount of storage space in this stateroom. Other features include a private phone line, fax/printer and two safes.
Aft from the master stateroom on a fore and aft starboard passageway, is a full athwartship passageway with powder room which is beautifully furnished in marble and gold fixtures. Opposite is a special locker in the passageway which houses a wine rack plus special wine cooler with individually controlled shelf temperatures.
Off the passageway aft is the entrance to the on-deck GALLEY, which has a full Garland commercial type, stainless steel 6-burner electric range with grill and ovens, a microwave and full air evacuating system. There are two stainless steel refrigerators/freezers, a centre island with counter space, sinks and two dishwashers. Aft and adjacent to the galley is a full stewards pantry with access to the dining room. This pantry has an additional refrigerator and a plumbed -in industrial coffee maker, ice maker and trash compactor as well as stainless steel counters. From the athwartship back into the fore and aft passageway is an on-deck closet.
To starboard amidship is a stairway going down to the VIP STATEROOM which is completely different from the on-deck master suite. It features a centreline king size bed against the forward bulkhead with the after bulkhead having all closets, except for the access door and the entertainment centre. There is also a port and starboard bureau, vanity table and desk and the entertainment centre has a stereo, TV, VCR etc. The décor in this room is finished in metallic blue acrylic Mercedes paint over French maple. The closets are bevel -faced mirrors. The bed has a colourful matching bed cover and flooring is white short-nap carpet. There is a full black marble bath with nickel fixtures and sink, separate tub and vanity area.
On the main deck to starboard is a curved marble stairwell which accesses the wheelhouse, radio room an boat deck lounge. Aft of this stairwell is the entry to the dining saloon, which adjoins the main saloon. These are separated by a tasteful athwartship planter, which allows for visual contact through the main deck saloon when standing at the entrance to the dining salon. Walls of the main deck areas have been covered with over 3,000 ft² of saddle coloured leather. The floor covering is an Edward Fields 100% wool light beige pile carpet. The lighting is muted and indirect. Venetian blinds behind teak trim complete the window treatment in the dining/main saloon.
The DINING SALOON is large and functional with easy access to the steward's pantry through a swinging door on the forward port bulkhead. The dining table, which seats 12, is finished in high gloss off-white with three marble inserts, and has an Austrian microscope quality cut glass chandelier overhead.
Aft of the dining area is the MAIN SALOON. On the starboard side is a beautiful credenza, which houses crystal glassware etc. To port aft of the planter is an elongated L-shaped settee with occasional chairs, ottomans etc. Opposite this, two-thirds of the way back on the starboard side, is the entertainment centre which includes hidden television. Further aft on the same side is a lovely desk. On the port side is additional videotape storage. The cabinetry is hand-rubbed light French maple and accented with Byzantine gold acrylic paint.
Access to the four GUEST STATEROOMS is by a stairwell aft on the starboard side of the main saloon and concealed by the entertainment centre. The two forward staterooms have oversized single berths and a sizeable en-suite bathroom with a marble countertop, duel sinks, shower, toilet etc. Each of these staterooms is individually decorated with earth-tone colour patterns and have large bureaux, large hanging lockers and full entertainment centres with television, VCR, stereo and CD player. The two aft staterooms are slightly smaller and are decorated in earth tones with lively bed covers and décor accents. They also have television sets, VCR's, CD players and en-suite bathrooms with single sinks, marble countertops and tiled showers.
Access to the Wheelhouse and BOAT DECK LOUNGE is through the curved marble suspended stairwell in the starboard passageway. Up the stairs and aft is an attractive enclosed boat deck lounge decorated in French maple wood with safari patterned fabrics and black carpeting. Cabinetry under the starboard side window house the stereo, television and VCR units. Aft is a three panel sliding glass door which accesses the boat deck. The oversize lounge settee has been modified to carry two hidden spare propellers.
In the boat deck superstructure, forward of the boat deck lounge is a high tech NAVIGATION ROOM with all the best electronics. In this room the chart table is on the aft bulkhead with overhead console housing, navigation equipment, monitors, radios etc., computer keyboard and publications above. The navigation area is finished in teak and black leather.
The WHEELHOUSE sets the standard by which all others are measured. All equipment has been updated to the highest specifications. On the aft bulkhead is a settee to starboard with all ship's service manuals stored above. Also on the aft bulkhead is the circuit breaker cabinet and copy machine. To port is a console with additional library. Forward is the ship's manoeuvring and control console. Wheelhouse décor is identical to the navigation room, with black leather and teak wood. The decks in both rooms are varnished teak and holly beneath the carpeting. Outboard wing controls are located port and starboard. Both stations have full control of thruster, clutches, steering with rudder angle indicator and horn. On the port side is access to the Captain's cabin and a stairway to the crew area and galley.
Aft of the Wheelhouse on the port side is the CAPTAIN'S CABIN. It has a full double bed, settee, desk, hanging locker and full ensuite bath with shower. It is well equipped with a full entertainment centre and monitoring devices.
Access to the CREW'S QUARTERS is through a stairwell off the port passageway forward of the galley on the main deck. There are three roomy twin cabins with full baths. The Engineer has his own twin cabin with alarms and work desk. All the way forward in the fore and aft passageway of the crew's quarters is a small stairwell that accesses a large storage space for dry stores, spare parts etc. Aft there is a full crew's lounge on the starboard side. This seats nine people comfortably with a large teak and mica table, which has leaves that fold to the centre when not in use for dining. There is also a fridge And icemaker and glass and plate storage. A full entertainment centre is above with TV & VCR, stereo, computer, security monitors, pan and tilt controls for engine room camera, quad and freeze control for monitor, generators gauges, VHF radio and video tape storage.
Aft of the crew lounge on the port side is the LAUNDRY ROOM with a storage locker, two washers, two dryers, microwave oven, stainless steel sink and two extra walk-in fridge freezers. Like the rest of the yacht, the crew's quarters are sizeable and comfortable. Finish is Formica, vinyl and wood trim.
The ENGINE ROOM is located on the lower deck approximately amidships and has access through a stairwell from the main deck. The engine room itself is painted out in Sterling white, including bilge and engines. It has forced and natural ventilation as well as air-conditioning. Many of the fittings on the engines and generators have been chromed. In keeping with the rest of the yacht, the diamond plate flooring has been sandblasted and electro plated. The equipment is well placed and the wiring is all harnessed with easy access to all equipment for maintenance, etc. The engine room is an engineer's dream to work in.
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Number of Cabins: 6
Number of Heads: 12
Number of Berths: 12
Number of Crew Berths: 8
Access to the aft DECK LOUNGE is through a dual-action opening sliding door. This area is fully enclosed (and air conditioned) with sliding windows on each side, and wing doors and curtains aft. Outboard of the sliding glass doors is a full teak wet bar to port and glass and bottle storage to starboard. There is a centreline teak planter/end table. Over the bollards are small teak tables, which fold down to hide the mooring lines. Aft and athwarship is a full settee with twin tables which slide fore and aft, and storage under. Forward of the settee are six Maguire bamboo chairs covered with black and white striped fabric. The aft deck is teak with two flush hatches; one in an emergency escape and the other accesses the lazarette. There is access via the port transom gate to a teak grating and teak steps, which lead down to a teak covered swim platform/launch docking area. The Mediterranean gangway is lit by indirect lighting. This entire swim/docking area is well executed and highly functional.
The BOAT DECK has port and starboard cranes that have been upgraded with low profile, fully articulating 4000 lb telescopic cranes. The cradles are removable to fee the boat deck of obstructions for large parties or added space. An electric awning is incorporated in the overhead and can extend outward over the boat deck for 10 feet of added shade. Athwartships aft between the tenders is a large settee/lounge for sunning, with private stereo. To port, against the superstructure and outboard of the sliding doors to the lounge is a full wet bar. To starboard of the glass doors is a stair well up to the Sun Deck for the true sun worshipper.
The SUN DECK surrounds the mast for a 360º view from the yacht. This area is excellent for sunning, sightseeing, trap shooting as well as an ideal place to hide the water toys. Most notable is the recent addition of the 4 person, teak panelled, multi-jet Jacuzzi.
Galley & Laundry Equipment:
Garland commercial type, stainless steel 6-burner electric range with grill and ovens
Full air evacuating system
Two stainless steel refrigerators/freezers
Centre island with counter space, sinks and two dishwashers
Stewards pantry with additional fridge, Espresso / Cappuccino machine, ice maker and trash compactor as well as stainless steel counters
LAUNDRY ROOM has a storage locker, two washers, two dryers, microwave oven, stainless steel sink and two extra walk-in fridge freezers.
Maximum speed 13 knots at 1,200rpm, cruising 12 knots at 1,100rpm
Consumption: 265 Litres per hour at 13 knots, 190 litres per hour at 12 knots
Engine room is air-conditioned
Complete main engines overhaul completed 2002
Two 90kW Caterpillar 3304 generators each in sound shield (rebuilt 2001 / 2002)
110/208v AC electrical system
24v DC electrical system (3-phase split leg system)
Helionetic power converter
2 Toshiba frequency converters
Two 6,822 Litres per day
One 3,790 Litres per day
Schottel 26 KW
Full Onboard & Dock Systems
Nera Mini M World Phone
2 x GSM telephones for voice / fax / data comms
Raytheon 410 loud hailer
3 Motorola digital/analogue cellular phones (multi number)
Security system with closed circuit TV
Sanshin (ACR) 6,000,000 candlepower search light
3000 Dive compressor
Owner's Stateroom - Full entertainment centre with stereo, multi region VCR, Sat TV
VIP Stateroom - Full entertainment centre with stereo, multi region VCR, Sat TV
Main Saloon - Full entertainment centre and Sat TV
Aft Guest Staterooms - Full entertainment centre with multi region VCR, Sat TV, stereo and CD
Boat Deck Lounge - Full entertainment centre with stereo, TV & VCR
Sat TV to crew mess and Captains cabin
C-Plath Navipilot V autopilot
Decca Bridgemaster E full colour ATA radar
Furuno FR-810 radar
2 Furuno differential GP 30/35 GPS
Skanti DSC compatible VHF
Raytheon 201 VHF (starboard)
Standard Horizon Titan VHF (crew quarters)
King (aircraft) VHF radio
Decca speed and distance log
Furuno CH-14 colour 360 degree solar
Anschutz Gyrostar II
Panasonic KX-TD1232 PBX (new 1999)
Raymarine wind indicator
15" flat screen monitor in wheelhouse
Seatel 3294 gyro-stabilised self-tracking Satellite TV system with 40" dish (USA & European viewing)
Primary navigation computer: Pentium1 II 1 gig processor, 32 gig hard drive, 17" touch screen monitor (wheelhouse dash), 15" flat screen monitor (radio room), cordless keyboard and mouse
Backup computer. Pentium 133 MHz processor, 3.5GB hard drive
Digital PBX with call logging interface
Full GMDSS certified radio installation including:
Trimble Galaxy INMARSAT C system
Furuno 250 watt SSB with DSC controller
Skanti DSC VHF 1000
2 x Jotron SAART
Fully automatic Jotron EPIRB
Fully automatic Pains-Wessex EPIRB
2 Handheld emergency VHF radios
Four 10 man DBS 'SOLAS A' certified liferafts (2001)
Four full firefighting suits and 2 sets breathing apparatus
Tenders & Sports Equipment:
One 2-person waverunner
One 3 person Seadoo
Two Nova Fun kayaks
21' Pursuit Pursuit fishing boat Yamaha 225hp 2-storke with Yamaha 9.9hp 4-stroke trawling engine with Simrad fish/chart/depth plotter, VHF, two covers, new upholstery (2000), Scotty electronic downriggers and custom lifting eyes
20' Cobalt 200 with 365 BHP Volvo Penta duoprop inboard, controls renewed 2000, carpet renewed 1999 and custom pad eyes
12ft Zodiac rib with 15hp 4 stroke outboard
Large teak panelled Jacuzzi
History & Construction:
Built in1983 by de Vries, Holland.
Refitted in 1994 and 1998, repainted 2003
Interior design by Susan Puleo and Potter Stewart
MASQUERADE - A CARNIVAL WAITING TO HAPPEN!
This classic Feadship is kept in excellent condition and is of typical Feadship quality - solid, silent and seakindly. The sun deck Jacuzzi, an enormous open main deck, a vast array of watersports equipment and a well-planned layout make the yacht ideal for parties of up to 12 with two prestigious double suites and four twin staterooms.
Soon to be MCA Compliant
Surveyed and accepted into Lloyds Class 100A1 Yacht, 13 November 2002.
US Coast Guard Compliant
US Duty Paid
- Exclusions include all of Owner's personal effects -
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.