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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Twin / diesel
- Located In:
- Dubai, United Arab Emirates
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 5,495,000
Newcastle Explorer is a superb example of a quality long range explorer yacht competitively priced. She is for sale as her owner is building a larger version of essentially the same design. The general arrangement plan provides 3 double staterooms with a 4th stateroom possible in the convertible sky lounge. This yacht has cruised to remote locations for several years, maintained by a full time crew she awaits her next adventure. Serious enquiries are invited.
Please contact Chuck MacMahon at 954-328-2330
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
LOA: 102 ft 0 in
Beam: 25 ft 0 in
Minimum Draft: 6 ft 3 in
Total Power: 400 HP
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 200 HP
Engine Brand: Caterpillar
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Power: 200 HP
Cruising Speed: 10 knots
Maximum Speed: 12 knots
Fresh Water Tanks: (3300 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (8210 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 2 (280 Gallons)
The accommodations provide 4 double staterooms for 8 persons in the owner’s party and berths for 5 crew, in 3 cabins. The interior is configured for comfort with an atmosphere exuding warmth and confidence. The yacht is adorned with rich warm woods, tasteful fixtures and uniquely high ceilings. Granite and marble refinements add a distinguished ambience.
The owners suite and twin guests suites are located on the lower deck with a grand staircase access. Below the stair is a hidden washer and dryer. The VIP suite is located on the bridge deck.
AFT DECK AND SWIM PLATFORM
The aft deck is sheltered by the upper deck but open on the sides and aft. This is a magnificent sheltered area that is ideal for alfresco dining.
Storage locker for dive tanks, BC’s and regulators
Bauer dive compressor (portable)
Curved stairway from the aft deck to the swim platform
The main salon has two entrances, one from the aft deck and the other starboard side deck entry. The floor is covered in wall to wall carpet. Aft to starboard is a full service wet bar with a granite counter top and bar stools. There is a large TV on a movable bracket for ease of viewing anywhere in the salon. Separate stairs lead to the upper deck and below to the accommodations. The interior is finished with warm Cherry paneling and trim. The counter tops are granite, Travertine and Sablestone. The headliners are vinyl and fabric combined with a tiered ceiling. Amidships there are two major decorations (floral arrangement and a dolphins sculpture) with further tasteful paintings are around the salon. There are two additional storage cupboards, one for soft furnishings and one for the wine store, the DVD and the reading collection.
The formal dining area is on the main deck forward of the salon on the port side. It is configured for 8 guests.
The primary galley is forward to port on the main deck. There is access both from the interior and port side deck. The island provides a perfect work area for the crew along with generous counter space. There is also a crew galley located forward adjacent to the crew lounge.
3 SubZero fridges
GE monogram compactor
2 GE Triton dishwashers
HEL wine chiller
Sharp carousel microwave oven
Stainless steel 4 burner electric range with oven
GE 4 burner stove with oven
GE refrigerator with freezer
GE clothes washer and dryer
2 Bosch washer and dryers
The full beam owner’s suite is located below the salon on the accommodations deck, aft. Centerline there is a king size bed with night stands on either side and extensive storage underneath. Aft are the fully appointed his and hers heads that are separated with a combination shower and tub. Forward are two large cedar lined walk-in wardrobes and outboard are vanities. The entertainment center is contained in a cleverly concealed cabinet.
TWIN GUEST STATEROOM
Located on the accommodations deck and forward to the owner’s suite are twin guest cabins each with a queen size berth. The cabinetry provides an abundance of storage and includes a full desk in each. Each has an en suite head with a full size shower. Each cabin also has a TV/DVD/Video player unit.
Located on the upper deck and aft of the bridge is the VIP suite. There is a queen size bed positioned so that it provides a magnificent view aft, through the full height glass door. On the starboard side is an L shaped cabinet offering ample storage and additional hanging storage at the entrance and fridge to Starboard. On the port side there is a full sized head with stall shower.
Aft is an electric glass door opening to the upper aft deck. This deck can be used as a private deck if desired or as additional dining area for 6 guests. The upper deck also provides a magnificent private terrace. There is a small table and chairs providing a quiet respite and when needed a sun awning affords shelter. From the upper deck, stairs lead to the Sundeck.
Accessed from the fore deck is the crew lounge and galley. The galley is well-appointed and small dinette provides separation for the crew and a place for relaxation. Included is a fridge, washer and dryer. Steps lead below to the two crew cabins each with upper and lower bunks and en suite heads with showers. The captain’s cabin is to port and aft of the bridge. It has a queen size berth and en suite head with stall shower. There are accommodations for 5 crew; 6 if the captain’s cabin is utilized by two persons.
The engine room is very large, exceptionally clean and well maintained with all key components very easy to access and work on. Access is gained from either the watertight transom door or the port side deck or via the internal stairwell from the main salon.
Behind the engine room is a large lazarette divided into two sections, one for storage and diving equipment and the other as the engineer’s workroom. A compressor and dive tanks are located here along with a large freezer for storage. Also, there is an additional washer/dryer.
The Pilot House affords excellent visibility and comfort. There are side deck access doors, the bridge deck has a walk around Portuguese bridge and there are wing stations on each side with full controls. The bridge offers extensive storage under the helm station and a well positioned helm seat. To Port is a navigation table which includes a computer/printer workstation.
There is a guest lounge behind the pilots’ helm seat. Above is the alarm and security panel.
Side deck access to the fore deck area is from either side of the main deck. Steps on either side of the crews quarters house lead up to the raised foredeck area. A water tight door on the port side provides crew quarters access.
The Sun deck area is completely surrounded with bulwarks affording privacy and shelter. Forward of the center line mast is a Jacuzzi style hot tub with sun pads on either side. Aft to starboard is a full service wet bar with Sablestone counter, sink, 4 bar stools, U-Line refrigerator with icemaker and stainless steel BBQ. The BBQ is a popular venue for the owner and guests to gather. Adjacent to the bar and on the port side is a built-in lounge that is ideal for alfresco dining or just enjoying an evening under the stars. Housed in the stack is an air-conditioned day head, fitted out with a Headhunter WC and a sink. Teak lounge chairs complement the deck. The Sundeck is a favorite gathering spot and a perfect counter balance for a rugged explorer yacht.
ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION
Gledenning engine and gear controls (3 stations)
Bow Thruster (3 stations)
Rudder angle indicator (3 stations)
JRC NCR 300A Navtex
Pro Video model MV-9 CCTV monitoring system with DVD recorder and 8 dedicated security cameras.
2 JRC 3811/6 Raster Scan radars
ELO Intuitive monitor
ACR RCL-100 spotlight
Commar Marine 2001 autopilot
Glendenning Marine engine and gear controls
KVH gyro compass
Ritchie magnetic compass
2 Janstrum rudder angle indicators
Raymarine C120 plotter
Wireless weather station
Maritron security system
B&G Networked: speed, wind and depth indicators
Ships clock and barometer
Onkyo CD player for bridge, sundeck and VIP stateroom
2 Icom IC-M127 VHF radios
Standard Intrepid VHF radio
Icom IC-M802 SSB radio
Sailor TT-3622B VHF radio
SEA 1635 auto antenna tuner
12 and 24 VDC electrical systems
208/220 60/50 Hz VAC system
2 Northern Lights MP445T 55kW generators 208-3 phase-60 Hz in sound attenuation boxes
Inverter/Converter FMS 55AD 220 – 24 inverter under the bridge console
Shore power is 220/500 VAC, single and 3-phase input
Glendenning Cable Master shore cord coiling system
Liebert 380 VAC transformer located in the lazarette
6 D-Cell type deep cycle batteries for the engines, generators and bridge emergency
2-Dolphin 12 vdc 30 amp battery chargers
2-C-Charger 5000 serive3 24 VDC 40 amp battery chargers
Vicron Energy 24 VDC 60 amp battery charger
Victron Energy 12 VDC 60 amp charger for bridge electronics
Main distribution panel in located in the lazarette
Distribution panels are located throughout the yacht
DECK AND HULL
Large wet bar
U-Line refrigerator with ice maker
Under counter storage
(4) bar stools
(2) Dining tables with built-in settees
Sablestone bar and table tops
Awlgrip non-skid deck
Teak lounge chairs with cushions
Sun pads both sides of the spa
Sablestone vanity top
Welded steel full displacement hull and an aluminum superstructure. The hull is painted dark blue with white boot stripe and the superstructure is painted white. The hull has a longitudinal centerline keel, bilge keels fore and aft of the stabilizer fins and a bulbous bow. Built-in swim platform that is teak planked. Teak decks are on the aft deck, weather deck and upper deck. Otherwise, the decks are painted white non-skid. Varnished teak cap rail bulwarks surround the decks. The open deck areas are perfect for casual entertaining or hosting large parties. Newcastle Explorer is comfortably rugged.
Twin Caterpillar 3406 main engines rated 400 hp each fitted with hydraulic pumps. The engines were overhauled early 2013, 5 hours as of 10/8/2013 (total time on blocks about 3365 hours)
ZF reduction gears model IRH325, 2:933:1
Nibral 41” X 35” 5-blade propellers
3” Aquamet 22 HS shafts
Jastram B2-300-9.2.35 hydraulic steering
Emergency manual steering pump and wheel
2 X Specta Nedwport 1000 MNK II water makers
Delta-T engine room ventilation system
Westmar RS 1200 hydraulic stabilizers
Westmar DPC 50 hp hydraulic bow thruster (wing station controls)
Marine Air chilled water air-conditioning
CO2 firefighting system
Fire pump, fire blankets
Tanks and related systems (indicated capacities are only approximate):
4 fuel tanks with an engine room distribution manifold and level indicators: Mid tank 3,772 gallons, aft mid tank 3,845 gallons and 2 day tanks each 342 gallons, total 8300 gallons
Fuel filtration: 2-75/900 Racor filters with vacuum gauges
2 X Racor 812 fuel – water separator filters
2 X RCI fuel purifiers
2 X General Dynamics magnetic fueL conditioners
2 X Water tanks: each 800 gallons. Water filters and Octo Marine water softener
Holding Tank: 280 gallons, Tank Sentry level indicator, Headhunter MSD waste treatment system
Grey water tank: 280 gallons
Water Heaters: 2
Onkey CD changer
Teular Phonecell – SX
SVL6 speaker controls
Samsung flat screen TV
LG6 Stereo and DVD players
Panasonic CD players
LG XD flat screen TV
2-Danforth type 200 lb bow anchors in hawse pipes
Approximately 100 meters of chain for each anchor
Chain locker with fore deck access
2 Ideal V7.5C vertical windlasses with chain gypsy’s and rope drums of the foredeck
2 Elliot 8-person SOLAS life rafts with hydrostatic releases
5 metre Zodiac center console RIB with 85 hp Yamaha
2-Yamaha wave runners
2-Ideal maneuvering windlasses
Quicklift QLP-2500 crane, center line on the fore deck, 6000 KG capacity
Tenders, toys on cradles
You have never been accused of being ordinary and when you set out on your own voyage of discovery it should be aboard a vessel that is anything but. The world is yours to explore and now is the time to make it happen.
Fuel consumption as advised by the captain is approximately 100 liters per hour at 10 knots.
Registered Gross Tonnage 232, Net tonnage 69
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.
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