Builder: Abeking & Rasmussen
Designer: Tom Fexas
LOA: 139 ft 0 in
Beam: 23 ft 0 in
Maximum Draft: 7 ft 1 in
Engine Brand: MTU
Engine Model: 12V2000 M92 Common Rail
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 55
Engine Brand: MTU
Engine Model: 12V2000 M92 Common Rail
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 55
Total Power: 1635 Cruising Speed: 16 Max Speed: 21
Fuel: 9664 Fresh Water: 2300 Holding: 140
The owner’s stateroom with centerline king berth is below amidship with entertainment center aft, beautiful his and her onyx bathroom with centerline steam shower forward. Further aft to port is a queen berth stateroom with expansive desk area and ensuite bath with shower. There are two twin ensuite berth staterooms further aft, one with with shower, one with a Jacuzzi tub.
The forward crew area has a double cabin forward. A bathroom with stall shower is aft to port. Another upper and lower twin crew cabin is to starboard sharing the head to port. An additional crew cabin with upper and lower berths is aft to starboard with ensuite bathroom with stall shower. The crew mess is opposite and a crew entertainment center is inboard. The engineer’s cabin with single berth and ensuite with stall shower is aft of the engine room and the Captains cabin with queen berth, ensuite bath with stall shower and a desk is further aft.
The engine room is next aft. Behind the engine room is access up to the starboard side into the main salon or access to the separate engineers cabin to port, the Captains cabin further aft to port and the expansive laundry room all the way aft. On the port side is access to the lazarette with water sports storage and watertight door out to the swim platform.
The owner’s office is all the way forward with spectacular windows. There is extensive desk space against the aft bulkhead. A serving pantry is further aft with cross ship access to the crew corridor. The main galley with granite counters and commercial stainless steel appliances including 2 refrigerators, 2 freezers and alto-sham oven also has access to the crew corridor and then out to the port side deck. A day head is outboard to starboard.
The dining salon is open to the main salon and is aft of the galley, with extensive crystal and table service storage around. The main salon is further aft with entertainment center against the aft bulkhead, L- shaped couches to port around a coffee table and two club chairs opposite. The salon benefits from large windows and beautiful high gloss pear woodwork.
The main salon is further aft through two etched glass doors. This is a beautiful room, also finished in high gloss pear wood with couches to port and two game tables, each with four chairs opposite. There is access to the lower deck aft area from the starboard staircase or out to the open aft deck through two sliding glass doors.
The open aft deck has a teak table with seating for 8 to starboard, and a settee opposite to port. This deck is covered by the sun deck overhead. There is a spiral staircase to the boat deck and fly bridge on the port side. Access to the swim platform is down a central stairway and access to the passarelle is slightly offset to port. This entire aft area was added during her recent refit and the running gear was also moved aft. The lengthening, rebuild, repower and refit was completed at Delta Marine, Seattle under the supervision of Bill Langan.
Flybridge, Sun Deck and Wheelhouse:
The raised pilothouse houses state-of-the-art electronics, provides access to the flybridge and boatdeck from the aft staircase. On the flybridge there is a control station forward with seating both sides, a massive port side seating area with two hi-lo tables that join for dining 12 people, and sunloungers and easy chairs opposite to starboard. There is a bar with refrigerator and ice maker and a service area here. The tender is stored centerline aft. Room to store (2) Jet Skiis is aft of the tender. This deck is laid teak and the control station and dining area is covered by a custom polished stainless steel canvas covered hardtop with plenty of built in down lights.
Anchutz Pilot Star D autopilot, rudder, jog control Transas Navi-Sailor 3000 electronic chart system B&G Hydra 2000 instrument system, speed, wind and depth with 3 full function displays and 2 repeater dsiplays, one in the crew area and one in the Captain's quarters Twin Furuno radars, 96 mile, one with ARPA Furuno color depth sounder with Simrad IS15 repeater on Boat Deck Twin Standard Horizon VHF's (1 full function mic repeats in Capt. Cabin, 1 mic repeats in Crew Quarters) Datamarine SEA 7157 VHF Datamarine SEA 235 HF/SSB radio telephone with digital tuner Thrane & Thrane Track phone F77 Sat Com Twin Nera Mini M satellite phones Navtex NCR receiver installed Twin Northstar GPS – WASS– DGPS Twin ACR spotlights, model RCL-100 GSM cell phone Furuno AIS Nightwatch Alarm System and Monitor with control system Panasonic closed circuit TV screen with camera controls
Nautical Structures Davit / Crane, 2500 lb, 2008 Nautical Structures hydraulic swiveling passerelle, 2008 Marquipt hydraulic swiveling side accommodation ladder, stbd fwd side Ideal vertical windlass model V8C with 150 kg, stainless steel Bruce anchor with 550 ft 5/8” BBB hot galvanized chain (new 2008)
Engine Room and Mechanical Equipment
MTU 12V 2000 M92 Common Rail Engines, 1635 hp @ 2450 rpm (new 2008), 55 hours MTU Blue Line Controls with (2) cable control connections, 2008 Koopnautic 3050 Zero Speed stabilizers, installed in 2000 – 12 sq ft fins: Gearbox ZF model 2560 Marine Gear 3.3:1 (new 2008) (2) Bruton 5 blade props (new 2008) 1200mm with 1260 mean pitch HEM water maker 2800 gpd Aqua Air A/C 20-ton chilled water system and controls with submerged heating elements Aqua Air extensive air make up throughout the vessel Alfa Laval fuel separator Evac toilet, Head Hunter Tidal Wave MSD Treatment System Night Watch Alarm System Control Screen and Monitor Engine start batteries (new 2008) House batteries (new 2008) Generator start batteries (new 2008) Delta T Engine room ventilation (new 2008) Exhausts (new 2008) Silver Ion water purification (new 2008) MTU Diasys engine monitoring system, (new 2008)
12/24/110/220v systems, 60 Hz (2) Northern Lights generators, 99 kW, 208 Volt, 3 phase, 60HZ - approx. 5,000 hours as of 4/2010. Sound shields New wiring and controls for main switchboard 2000 New wiring runs and sub boards 2000 (2) ASEA seamless shore power converter units, Model AC75-3, 75kVa, each can be paralleled (new 2008)
NEC Plasma sync 3300 television Sony STR-DE535 Audio/Video control Panasonic NH-HD670 VHS player Sony DVP-C660 CD/DVD player DSS Satellite Receiver, US Crestron remote control
Denon DVD -1000 DVD player Toshiba V-W57 VHS player, Tot Vision 13.1’ LCD televisions DSS satellite receiver, US Logitech Universal Remote Control
NEC Plasma sync 42MP1 television Denon AVR-981 AV surround sound receiver Pioneer DF-F07 DVD exchanger (300 DVD’s) Pioneer PD-F27 CD exchanger (300 CD’s) DSS Satellite Receiver, US Crestron remote control
Cybertron touch screen computer HP All-in-One printer NEC Plasma sync 3300 television Toshiba Intergraded DVD receiver, Panasonic NH-HD670 VHS player DSS Satellite receiver, US Crestron remote control
Kenwood DVD / CD player Sharp TV DSS Satellite Receiver, US Night Watch Alarm System Monitor and Control Screen B&G Hydra repeater VHF Full Function mic, repeated from flybridge Cybertron touch screen computer Logitec universal remote control
Kenwood DVD / CD player Sharp TV DSS Satellite Receiver, US Night Watch Alarm System Monitor and Control System Logitec universal remote control MTU Diasys engine monitoring plug for Diasys engine information Dell mini laptop for recording
Kenwood DVD / CD player Sharp TV DSS Satellite Receiver, US B&G Hydra System repeater Panasonic Closed Circuit TV screen with camera controls Logitec universal remote control VHF Radio repeater Night Watch Alarm System monitor and control screen
Computer network 10/100 Mbps; 4 workstations; 9 wireless access points; 802.11b; 12 LAN ports throughout the vessel Panasonic Security System with 2 monitors and 4 cameras ( 2 fixed, 2 pan, tilt and zoom) Seatel model 3294 satellite TV receiver – LNB US
Tender and Toys
17 Boston Whaler Montauk with 90hp Mercury outboard 9’ Avon w/6hp outboard (crew) Water-skis Ocean Kayaks: (2) 13’ single person ocean kayaks 10-man Givens, Model 10P (E) 10-man Givens, Model 10P (Solas B)
I love this yacht! Upon taking command in 2007, it was instantly apparent during my first inspection that she had been built to high standards and her most recent owners had spared no expense to maintain and upgrade the many systems onboard. Jump forward 2 years, SOTAJ has completed an 18 month refit and we are underway in the San Juan Islands on the way to Nanaimo, British Columbia. SOTAJ looks, feels and runs like she is brand new, only now she is faster, more fuel efficient, more user friendly and dare I say…. prettier.
The refit provided the time and resources to go through every system onboard and carefully service or replace as required to meet or exceed present-day standards, while cosmetically giving the yacht a brand new “shine”. I could go into detail about how the refit successfully added a comfortable area for aft deck dining and easy water access from the main deck. I could go into detail about how pretty the fly bridge is with the Bimini lighting shining on the new seating and teak decks or the new longer boat deck has room and the strength required to carry two Jet Skis. I would rather talk about how the refit added waterline length, combined with new powerful main engines have made SOTAJ faster, more fuel efficient, solid and responsive while underway. With the drive line and rudders moved aft, SOTAJ is very easy to maneuver during docking procedures. While underway she has a very safe, sturdy and quiet feeling in her movements and she is quick to respond to the Captain’s request.
SOTAJ is a wonderful pedigree yacht that has been my pleasure to command.
A detailed inventory list of exclusions of Owner’s personal effects and artwork will be provided pursuant to a purchase agreement.
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.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 866-428-7005Tel: 954-522-3344