Main engines: 2 x MTU 2600 Hp - type 12V396TB94 12 Cylinder diesel engines
Port Engine Serial No. 5582183
Starboard Engine Serial No. 5582184
Port Engine Hours 2,005 – (4 Feb 2010)
Starboard Engine Hours 2,015 – (4 Feb 2010)
Rating 1815 kW at 2100 rpm
Engines mounted on anti vibration feet and steel seatings through bolted GRP girders. ZF reverse reduction, gearing model ZF BW 485 Serial No. Port 615 and Starboard 614, direct coupling to stainless steel propeller shaft, shaft gland. Main engines draw air from within the engine room with three filters to each engine, the main seawater intakes and mud boxes located on the centreline forward for each engine, the seawater feeds direct into main engines and discharges into water jacketed exhaust piping and then overboard, the exhaust is underwater with above water low RPM by - pass.
Each engine has: fresh water-cooling with electric preheat, three turbo-chargers with sequential pneumatic control system, intercooler, electric start and electric pre-lub system.
Bowthruster: Hydraulic 50 hp (new 2005) – 91 Hours
Steering System: Hydraulic
Engine Controls: Pneumatic Air
Generators: 2 x ONAN Admiral 35 kWH (New winter 2001/2002)
Port Engine Hours – 3,729 (4 Feb 2010)
Starboard Engine Hours – 3,738 (4 Feb 2010)
Bilge Pumps: 2 x Designated bilge pumps c/w automatic sensors which can be cross linked with both engines and fire pump.
Batteries: 14 x 12V battery bank located in the Lazerette
Air Conditioning: CONDARIA - Reverse cycle (New 2000) c/w 3 compressors
Central Heating: CONDARIA - Reverse cycle
Water Heating: Electric Immersion
Watermaker: TECNICOMAR 180 l/h
A feature throughout the yacht is its feeling of both space and light achieved by using limed teak throughout the accommodation. Down lighters with stainless steel fittings on Alcantara wrapped deck heads, provide a modern but inoffensive style. All lighting throughout the yacht is adjustable on dimmer switches allowing you to change the atmosphere to suit the mood.
Lower deck from forward:
The crew accommodation starts forward at the aft end of the chain locker bulkhead. Forward is a shared bathroom, aft to port is a single berth cabin, which shares the bathroom with the other twin cabin to port, each cabin with portholes, providing natural lighting. There is also ample stowage space. To starboard is located a further twin cabin hich leads down the centreline of the yacht from the galley and crew mess area.
Midships accommodation is accessed via a stairway leading down from the forward end of the dining room, the stairs bring you to a small curved lobby, here you will find the double VIP cabin located to port, complete with his and hers wardrobes, bedside cabinets either side with stainless steel pencil bedside lamps, individual climate control, stereo / cassette, two opening portholes. The ensuite bathroom is finished with a maroon surface and mirror surround, towel and toiletry storage is plentiful beneath the sink unit. Stainless steel bathroom fittings throughout provide a modern, clean feel to the yacht. To starboard of the VIP cabin is a single cabin ideal for nanny, bodyguard or children with the added flexibility of a pullman berth allowing accommodation for ten onboard. This cabin is again in the same colour style as the VIP. The cabin has a dressing table subtle lighting, large wardrobe with internal light, opening porthole and ensuite bathroom with shower, again finished with a maroon surface and mirror surround.
The Owners cabin is aft of these cabins, full width; with an off centre double bed. To port is a dressing table complete with vanitie unit, drawer and cabinet storage. To starboard is a sofa, access to the walk in wardrobe. The cabin is equipped with a 22” LCD TV SHARP. The ensuite bathroom features double sinks, a large corner Jacuzzi bath, complete with overhead shower and also a separate toilet and bidet is found to port, again plenty of storage beneath the sink area.
The aft cabins are accessed via the stairs to port at the aft of the saloon. Once down the stairs a false door can be opened and provide either emergency access in or out of the engine room via a watertight door. To port is located a spacious ensuite twin cabin in the same style as previous guest accommodation, however the bathroom is finished with a deep blue surface and mirror surround. To starboard is located a mirror twin cabin, the only difference being that there are two wardrobes and the bathroom features a bidet.
Main deck from forward:
The crew mess and galley are forward on the main deck where stairs lead down to the crew accommodation. A dry storage cupboard is found forward in the coachroof, to starboard is a laundry/freezer room where the washing and drying machines are located along with two tall IBERNA front opening freezers.
The crew mess area features an L-shaped sofa and granite table comfortably seating six. The crew area is equipped with satellite SONY TV/video and stereo. The galley is well equipped and is of ample size with the whole area benefiting from natural light, access can be gained to the starboard side deck, and to the dining saloon is reached through a door leading aft on the port side of the crew area.
The dining saloon is located amidships in the deckhouse; complete with fixed solid burr wood dining table easily seating 10, limed teak sideboards at either end with china, cutlery and glassware storage. To starboard is located the day head, and access door to the starboard side decks. To port a door can close off the dining room for privacy, aft of
this is a foyer where there is a further access door to the port side deck, in this foyer is located all the electronic switchboards and a new KARAMCO icemaker (May 2002). Stairs also lead to the wheelhouse.
The foyer takes you into the main saloon which features two large windows to both port and starboard. A large full-length teak sideboard to port is fitted with the drinks fridge and entertainment centre. Access to the aft deck is gained via two large sliding glass doors.
Located amidships in the deckhouse at ½ deck height above the main deck and with access from main port side entrance foyer and externally from the flybridge, good all-round visibility is provided by windows in stainless steel frames, with small opening quarter lights each side. The wheelhouse is panelled in limed oak with Alcantara wrapped deckhead panelling and black leatherette upholstery on the main console, stool and pilot chair. The main console has full engine and navigation instrumentation, the radio and CCTV Panel is located on the aft bulkhead and decent sized chart table with drawer is located starboard on the aft starboard side.
The open sundeck covers the aft 2/3rds of the deckhouse, access is gained either from a ladder up from the aft deck or from forward via the wheelhouse, ¾ height bulwark at the side rising to a full height console across the front of the sundeck with a vrap around tinted polycarbonate windscreen, the deck is teak (re-rubbered 2004) sheathed except for the aft boat deck area which has a white non-slip paint surface. The flybridge helm station is located on the starboard side forward and is equipped with full duplicate engine controls, helm seating is for three on an upholstered bench seat with aluminium foot rests, and with a bar unit on its rear face. This bar is fitted with a drinks fridge and a drinks/canapé service area.
The centre part of the sundeck is outfitted as a lounging area with a large fixed sun bed on the centreline, bench settees for two people to both port and starboard plus a fully upholstered four person settee fitted aft. The aft end of the sundeck is outfitted as a boat deck.
External Main Deck:
Surrounded by a ¾ height bulwark with aluminium guard rail all round teak deck (re-rubbered 2004) sheathing with fore and aft laid planks, centreline king plank, margins and covering boards, stainless steel fairleads and aluminium cleats, double boathook rack on the portside only. A seating area is also located at the forward end of the superstructure.
The aft deck has a Sanguinetti and Chiavari mooring capstan, stainless steel bollard, aluminium cleat and transom vrap around fairlead on both port and starboard.
A limed teak dining table, located on the centreline of the aft deck can seat ten. This table also has a variable height adjustment and can convert to a low coffee table. Evening lighting is provided by overhead down lighters, music can also be piped to this area from the saloon.
A deck locker to port contains the fire fighting equipment and deck locker to starboard contains hydraulic power pack for the sundeck crane plus fire hoses and jet nozzles.
The transom has a huge hydraulic opening swimming platform (built in 2003) and it is provided with a manual aluminium swimming ladder.
Access to the lazarette is gained via a flush hatch on the deck and via the swimming platform opened. The lazerette houses the watermaker, shore power inverter, battery charger and a bank of 14 12V batteries.
The emergency steering position is also located here. The lazarette is also fitted with a hot and cold fresh water shower.
NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION
Sat Comm: Mini M
Fax: OLIVETTI OFX 520
Radar (s): FURUNO 96 nm
Autopilot: NAUTIRADAR AP3002
Radio telepophone: SSB SAILOR AT2110 250W
VHF: SAILOR RT 2048
Log/Speed: SUMLOG HS
Echo Sounder: RAYTHEON GITIESSE V300
Compass: CASSENS & PLATH
Misc. Equipment: NAVTEX – NAV 4 NAVTEX Plus
Windspeed / direction
Plotter: NAVIONICS LCD 11 FLASH with GPS (2003)
NAVIONICS LCD 8 FLASH (2003)
SECURITY, FIRE FIGHTING & SAFETY EQUIPMENT
- 1 x 16 man RFD Liferaft
- Full Flare set
- Epirb (new 2003)
Fire Fighting Equipment:
- Remote control CO2 (new 2003)
- Portable fire extinguishers
- Individually controlled domestic smoke alarms
TENDERS AND WATERSPORTS EQUIPMENT
- BSC 4.6m (14’6”) centre console RIB complete with Yamaha 70hp o/b
- Wilson 2.8m centre console RIB powered by 90hp Weber turbo jet (new 2009)
- 2 x SC Anchor windlass c/w remote control and wheelhouse operation (Port rebuilt 2001)
- 2 x 145kg Anchors c/w 130m galvanised chain
- Anchor & chain wash
- Fresh water hose points on main deck and flybridge
- Remote controlled passerelle, stern bathing platform steps and deep bathing ladder
- Aft deck CCTV camera
- PIONEER stereo cassette in all cabins
- Satellite TV Reciever
- SONY video in saloon
- SONY stereo in saloon
- SHARP LCD TV in saloon (2004)
- SHARP LCD TV in owner’s cabin (2004)
- SHARP LCD TV in dining saloon (2004)
- SMEG oven (2003)
- BOSCH 4 Ring Electric hob
- MIELE Microwave
- MIELE Dishwasher
- 2 x IBERNA tall front opening Fridges
- Twin Stainless Steel sinks
- MIELE Novotronic W838 Washing Machine
- MIELE Novotronic T640 Dryer
WORKS DONE - 2004/2005
- New stern with hydraulic opening swimming platform
- Re-rubbered teak main deck and flyingbridge
- Vessel totally repainted
- New sofas and curtains in the saloon
- New six dining chairs
- New LCD 11” and 8” NAVIONICS Plotters sharing a GPS antenna
- New Smeg oven
- New three SHARP LCD TVs saloon, dining saloon and owner cabin
- New CO2 antifire equipment
- New Epirb
- New Hydraulic 50 Hp Bowthruster.
WORKS DONE - 2007/2008
- Hull & Superstructure fully stripped down and re-coated as new with awl-grip
- U/Water parts coated with anti-osmosis treatment
- Props removed and super polished and re-balanced
- Bowthruster opening built up to reduce drag
- Aft swim platform modified/updated and fitted with u/water lights
- Flybridge seating re-upholstered
- Kitchen seating re-upholstered
- New carpeting placed throughout all interior areas
- New speakers fitted for entertainment system
- New multi CD player fitted to entertainment system
- New echo sounder
- New security camera installed on aft deck
- New window rubber packing
- Fresh Water tanks fully stripped down and recoated
- New hot water boiler installed for owners cabin
- Double glass door between Saloon and aft deck converted to electric (push button operation)
- A/E’s overhauled
- M/E’s full service
A list of the Owners personal items not included in the sale is available on request.
ASTRO is a yacht of great pedigree, from a yard famous for its fast motor yachts. This Cantieri di Pisa is simply the best of its breed. In the hands of her current Owner she has only cruised privately in the Ionian and Aegean Seas as well as the Turkish coasts. He has ensured that yacht is maintained to the highest standards with her machinery having been meticulously cared for. She has always been crewed by a permanent professional crew providing round the year maintenance and attention. Cruising effortlessly in style, she offers great flexibility for either private or charter use and her superb GRP hull and fantastic layout make her a very attractive opportunity. Constructed to Lloyds Class and with her VAT is paid, she is ready to cruise!