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Originally built as ROXANA, under full ABS certification by a knowledgeable owner and built captain, OHANA today remains a large volume yacht with generous spaces, accommodations, and features commonly found on new builds. She has recently benefitted from new electronics, mechanical and electrical system upgrades. A fabulous understated new interior and exterior cushions has been updated. OHANA has enviable charter history and the best Sun Deck in the industry!
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Flag of Registry: Jamaica
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Originally built as ROXANA by a knowledgeable owner and built captain, OHANA today remains a large volume yacht with generous spaces, accommodations, and features commonly found on new builds. She has recently benefitted from new electronics, mechanical and electrical system upgrades. A fabulous understated new interior and exterior cushions has been updated. OHANA has enviable charter history and the best Sun Deck in the industry!
Sleeps 10 owners and guests in five double staterooms; 10 crew in four double crew cabins plus Captain’s cabin.
Her interior, designed by Don Starkey, in a gentle, comfortable mode, a contemporary classic style, with relaxing fabrics and décor. All recently updated.
OHANA has the best sundeck of any yacht of this size, and it is far superior to those found on yachts up to 185’. This sundeck you must see to believe!
All the way forward is a flybridge control station with bench seating behind. A dumb waiter from the main and bridge deck services the sun deck and exits forward to port.
A circular staircase is covered by a round hatch which hydraulically opens and closes, just aft of the flybridge seating. This access from the sundeck to interior of the ship is a feature found only on much larger yachts. The sundeck staircase accesses the entire ship, on all decks, all the way to the lower guest accommodations.
There are two u-shaped bars with a teak top and 12 bar chairs. There is an icemaker, sink and refrigeration. Both bars are protected from the sun by either the arch over, or electric awnings that extend both forward and aft from the arch.
A six person Jacuzzi is centered on the sundeck, aft of the bars. Sun lounging pads surround the Jacuzzi.
All the way aft on the centerline there is a BBQ grill, and either side of the grill are circular settees surrounding teak cocktail tables.
The Jacuzzi, sun pad and cocktail table area is entirely covered by a quickly removable “tent awning” supported by eurofoil fiberglass stanchions.
There is extensive locker storage on this immense sundeck, and access down to the bridge aft deck on the port side.
It is important to note that the staircases, bulwarks, etc. on OHANA give excellent protection for young children, and a feeling of security.
Again, this is a remarkable area not found on any other yacht.
A passageway gives access to the foredeck. There is an escape hatch for the crew and an additional escape hat from the owner’s statement.
Under the vertical bridge windows there is a seating area.
The bridge is well laid out with excellent visibility. A single helm chair faces forward. There is a u-shaped seating area with a table against the aft bulkhead for owners and guests.
The Captain’s cabin is to starboard with a queen berth with Pullman upper. There is ample hanging locker space, a desk and ensuite bathroom with a Jacuzzi tub and shower.
The ships office is to port, properly laid out with Sat Coms and other communication and office equipment.
A day head is further aft, ahead and inboard of the audio visual control racks that are correctly set up to roll out, giving walk-around access behind for service, in an air-conditioned space. Audio visual storage cabinets are against the aft bulkhead, dumb waiter access is adjacent and a door to the port side deck gives unobtrusive crew flow.
The central staircase arrives from either the sun deck above or the main deck below in this foyer area.
The main salon is further aft on the bridge deck level, giving excellent light, ventilation and space to the open main deck salon arrangement.
There is a wet bar against the forward starboard bulkhead, adjacent a four place game table. A couch and loveseat are opposite, surrounded by easy chairs and a coffee table.
Further aft to starboard are additional couches, side tables, coffee tables and easy chairs, arranged to easily view the large theater screen.
Double stainless steel doors access the owner’s dining deck, which is arranged with teak dining table with extension leaves and Tri Comfort dining chairs. Twelve chairs surround the table with more stored locally for additional seating. Table leaves are stored in a built-in cabinet. Storage cabinets forward serve as buffet servers. A C-shaped seating area is further aft. This entire deck is protected from the sun by the sun deck overhead, and there is an electric awning to cover the aft seating, if needed. It is possible to enclosed the sides of this dining deck with “see through” wind proof curtains, and it is air-conditioned to remove humidity. For relaxing there are four wicker lounge chairs and ottomans
The main deck has generous sized walk-around teak decks. Port and starboard are stairwells forward leading to the bridge deck where there is centerline access to the foredeck. There are Bosun lockers forward serving the anchor windlass area.
Entering the main deck owner’s entrance starboard, the entrance to the master stateroom is along a starboard side passageway.
The master stateroom is full width, with a custom king size bed centrally located in the port side sleeping area, facing forward toward an entertainment center.
Then his and her master bath is full width forward in the master stateroom area, with two sinks, two WC’s (hers with bidet), identical hanging lockers both sides, central shower and central Jacuzzi tub.
A semi-bulkhead with a sliding door separates the owners sitting lounge from the sleeping area. Easy chairs, a two-person settee, bookshelves, entertainment center and desk on the outboard side complete this relaxing room.
Aft of the master stateroom area, down the passageway, there is a day head inboard, just ahead of the double door foyer access to the side decks. The central guest staircase is off the foyer with access to the bridge and sun decks above, and the guest staterooms below.
The main deck galley is to port, with excellent crew passageways adjacent, great pantry storage, equipped with excellent commercial equipment, has a warm residential feel. A fully equipped serving pantry is aft of the galley with access to the dining room.
The dining room is further aft, arranged with two circular tables, each with six chairs and extensive storage in beautiful matching wood paneled cabinets. Spectacular water views from this area.
Aft of the dining room through double Bubinga doors is the “Veranda Deck”, paneled in matching Bubinga wood. Good storage areas are forward, with furniture arranged looking aft to the Veranda entertainment center. There is an excellent view out to the main aft deck through double glass doors. This is an ideal room for children and games, with easy access to the water sports areas.
The aft deck is large and well laid out with a 22’ Nautica RIB tender to starboard, and an 18’ Nautica RIB to port. Two wave runners and water toys are stored under the main deck in a hidden garage. The tender chocks remove and the storage boxes on the centerline convert to buffet servers for large gatherings. There is access up to the bridge deck dining area and further up to the sun deck, down to the swim platform on the starboard side, or to the hydraulic passarelle to port.
There are two identical crew cabins all the way forward, each with upper and lower berths, lockable cabinets for each crew member, hanging lockers and ensuite bathrooms with showers.
Futher aft are two more crew cabins, fitted out identically.
The crew mess is comfortable to starboard, and a large laundry is to port. There is a crew access door to the forward guest stateroom allowing private crew access to the guest staterooms for discreet servicing.
Crew can access the bridge deck directly via the main crew staircase, entirely separate and private.
There are four guest staterooms aft. All are equipped with their own safes, entertainment centers and computer network access
Forward to starboard is a twin berth cabin with ensuite marble bath with shower.
Opposite to port is a queen berth cabin with ensuite marble bath with shower.
The aft port guest stateroom is arranged with two twin berths that in stored mode enable this stateroom to become the sitting room or suite side of a full beam guest suite. The port side “suite” has a marble bath with bathtub and shower.
The starboard side stateroom is permanently set as a queen berth stateroom, with partitions that open to make it a full beam suite using the port side stateroom. This stateroom also has a marble bathroom with tub and shower.
The engine room is behind a water tight bulkhead. This engine room has benefitted significantly from a knowledgeable build captain and engineer. Everything is easy to see, access and service.
An engineer’s control room with Atlas shore converters is aft to starboard, with access from the “toy and dive room”.
There are refrigerators, freezers and dive compressors all hidden away behind sliding doors on the port side of the huge lazarette, a massive work area on the centerline, and a washer/dryer, shower and toilet opposite.
Access to the water is through a hinged-up door, to the swim platform. There is also a stern anchor in a pocket with windlass, and a towing bit for a towed tender on the swim platform.
GALLEY AND LAUNDRY
(3) Traulsen refrigerators
(1) Traulsen freezer
(1) Traulsen wine cooler
Viking 8 burner (4) convention, (4) thermal convention, 2-oven range
Gaylord exhaust hood
Emerson microwave oven
Miele Dishwasher, 28 min quick cycle
(2) Broan trash compactors
In-Sink-Erator garbage disposal
Hatco drawer food warmer
Cuisinart food processor
In-Sink-Erator hot water dispenser
Espresso & grinder machine
42” Digital flat panel television
Sat receiver and tuner
(2) Whirlpool washers
(2) Whirlpool dryers
Miele clothes press
Maytag stack type washer/dryer, front load
GE chest freezer
Sub-Zero bait freeze
An entirely separate and devoted theater system is in the upper main salon with a 60” Panasonic TV. Exceptional sound and video quality through Cello amps and speakers, controlled by a Crestron touch screen remote.
(10) Direct TV receivers
ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATIONAL EQUIPMENT
(3) 20” Sony Hi-Res screens
(2) 19” Furuno Hi-Res screens
(2) Furuno 126 mile 2120 radars: 1 x band with ARPA and 1S band with ARPA
Nobeltec chart plot system
Brookes and Gatehouse H3000 depth, wind and transom depth with indicators
Furuno Navtec NX-500
ICOM 802 SSB
Weems and Plath clock, barometer and temperature
Custom built computer for NAV software
(3) Northstar 952 GPS
Sperry Navigate XMK 2 digital gyro
Furuno FA-150 AIS
Sperry Navipilot 4000
(3) ICOM M602 VHF
Robertson VHF, crew area & flybridge
Central Litetouch system
US and GSM cell phones
HP 410 Office All-In-One scanner, copier
60” Dual LNB US & Caribbean with Seatel 5004 remote monitor
VSAT 24” SeaTel dish with 60” dummy dome wireless
Sea Hail 857 loud hailer
Toshiba PABX phone system
(2) ACR spotlights AR00
DECK AND HULL
(2) MUIR V 10000 Vertical Capstans
(6) MUIR V 7000 Vertical Mooring line capstans (3) port (3) starboard
Poole anchors #550 port and starboard, 600lbs each
Anchor Chain 1” stud link, 375’ and 375’, both port and starboard
Nautical Structures Hydraulic Passrelle
Hydraulic boarding stairs recessed on starboard side
Stern anchor systems with MUIR V 7000 vertical capstan and recessed anchor pocket and poole anchor
(2) Caterpillar 105 kw (1800 rpm) generators, 3-phase 208 volt AC 3-phase 60 Hz 120 volt AC – Hours: Port 32,568 and Stbd 10,242 as of 06/2013
(2) Atlas Shore Power Systems – 40 kw each, rebuilt
(4) 100 amp inlets
(2) 50 amp outlets for tender (1) Bank of (7) 24 volt DC general service batteries
(1) Bank of 24 volt DC Main Engine batteries
(1) Bank of 24 volt DC Generator batteries
(1) Bank of 24 & 12 volt DC Emergency batteries
All batteries long life non-gassing gel type
(2) 120 gal. continuous loop hot water system
(2) Watermakers Inc. 3,000 GPD each
Quincy compressed air system
Marine Air 55 ton seawater chilled air-con with fan coils
Fresh Air makeup system
Alfa Laval model 203 fuel centrifuge
Microphor Toilet systems for 13 heads
Headhunter treatment waste system (new 2011)
DMP Holland alarm system – standard engine room alarms, monitored in engine room, control room, wheelhouse, crew’s lounge.
Heat and smoke detectors throughout
Security cameras/monitor system with alarms
(3) Custom underwater transom lights
White Lighting Design, Inc. interior lighting
Local area network computer systems (wireless available throughout)
Lighting is computer controlled
MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT AND ENGINE ROOM
(2) Caterpillar 3512 B DI-TA 1650hp @ 1600 RPM – Hours: Port Main 9,502 and Stbd Main 9,532 as of 06/2013
“Sound Down” generator exhausts
Bird Johnson 56” Diameter – 5-blade props
5 W” Diameter Aquamet 19 shafts
Mako Dive Compressor
(4) NAIAD stabilizers Model No. 4 1 0 with 22 sq. feet fins (2 –port 2 stbd.
Engine Room Halon
The name OHANA is reserved.
Owner’s personal effects. All items not specifically listed on this listing sheet
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