Designed and engineered to cruise the world in safety, reliability and comfort this Inace 83 Expedition Explorer has huge volume thanks to her impressive beam which includes five en-suite double cabins. Her key points include an impressive master cabin on the upper deck, very large flybridge with Jacuzzi, conveniently located crew area on deck level forward, plus a superb 1000kg hydraulic crane for carrying a huge dinghy. Having sold this magnificent vessel to her current owner we can assure you that you would not be disappointed - she is a real head turner and is ready to go! **** Spanish flag / Bandera Española ****
Fresh Water Tanks: (14385 Liters)
Fuel Tanks: (32176 Liters)
Master stateroom The master stateroom is located behind the wheelhouse with full head, large shower, all in Italian marble. King size master bed has a stunning view out of the large windows on three sides. To starboard is a full desk with an excellent view. Against the aft bulkhead below the large window are additional drawers; in the starboard aft corner is one of two closets and the owner's entertainment area. The owner has direct access to his private aft deck. This is a feature usually only found on much larger vessels. The stateroom is extremely quiet while underway or at anchor. Sound levels are in the 53 Adba range with air conditioning running a 1/2 speed.
Wheelhouse Comfortable wheelhouse in true expedition style, raised 6' 6" settee with granite table can double as pilot berth. Excellent visibility in all conditions out of the reverse angle windows, the center section of the helm instrument area was lowered to assure a clear view when seated or standing. The wheelhouse is done in natural Brazilian Mahogany with 3/4" Mahogany and Marfine laid floor that run throughout the vessel. There is a full Portuguese bridge and side wing stations accessed via port and starboard side doors. When the engines are started it is necessary to check the rpm gauges to assure yourself that the engines are running.
Flybridge Internal stairs lead up to the large flybridge. There is a full helm station, sunning area, bar and BBQ, and further aft is a dining table. All the way aft is Jacuzzi and fresh water shower.
Main deck Internal stairs lead from the bridge foyer with its inlaid compass rose down to the starboard side main deck foyer. Just forward of the entrance door is the day head, the floor and counter top are done in Italian marble. To port are the stairs going down to the lower deck, and pantry storage area. Entering aft from the foyer is the large main saloon with L-shaped settees to starboard and port, where the dining area is also located. Forward to port on the center line is the entertainment center; further to port is the mirrored Italian marble breakfast bar and door to the fully equipped galley. Double opening watertight doors lead to the teak laid aft deck. There is a large curved settee with Brazilian granite table that seats ten.
Lower accommodations Solid Mahogany tread stairs lead from the foyer down to the lower accommodations were 4 double staterooms all with en-suite heads with separate showers, counter tops and floors are done in Italian marble. The first two staterooms to port and starboard have two full size lower twin beds with end table in between. The two forward staterooms are identical queen staterooms. All of these staterooms are large and comfortable with good closet and drawer space with additional storage under the beds. Sound levels under way and at anchor are surprisingly low.
Crews quarters There are two large separate crew cabins with double beds, separate heads and shared shower. The cabins are accessed directly from the boat deck.
The style throughout the boat is cherry stained Brazilian Mahogany built-ins with fabric and Margilite panels. There are hard wood floors throughout. The window surrounds are solid Mahogany and are removable for servicing of the windows. Great effort has been made to maximize storage areas and ease of service to equipment. Italian speaker Two Matsushita cameras Two micro cameras KPC-S230CWX Two cable multiplex for computer video VGA-201 Two phones HS-2721 Nokia cell Conswitch 22 PBX Central phone system Two Siemens Bakon phones Seven Siemens Euroset phones Siemens micro phone 4010 Siemens Comfort phone 4010 Three Raymarine megaphones Nera phone with base, antenna, and cable AM/FM 4351 TCS antenna SAT 550X TCS base for antenna TCS base for telephone SAT 550X Two Sony monitors A/C Aqua Air
Galley / Laundry
Door direct from the port side deck into the galley Galley counters in Italian marble MS 450 E Mach dishwasher Lotus electrical oven with steam feature Electrolux microwave Eurofrigo ice maker Whirlpool trash compactor Lotus BBQ Village Marine UV-filter Electrolux washer & dryer
Mechanical / Electrical Equipment
Bowthruster with two stations Inverter Mastervolt Dakar combi 3500 W with eight gel batteries and Link 2000 Eight external lights from Cantaluppi Sirio model in white Two Microset tension reducer Zetagi 24/12 V 15 A Three Volt transducers MT-V; MT-Ca; MT-FuP Hynautic steering system Rodriguez stabilizer with 16 sq ft fins, electronic, with spare pump Aqua Air 12 tons air conditioning with three compressors Royal Flush sanitary system from Head Hunter Tank sounding system Head Hunter with automatic and alarm Two Kenmore water heaters (115 litres each) High pressure 800 gpd Italian water maker Flow jet pumps in the bilge 4” shaft seal from tires marine exhaust system center for engines and generator with mufflers Fan coil in engine room Ventilation with variable frequency velocity and dumper 2hp Exhaust ventilator with dumper 1hp
The engine room is accessed via the aft deck through a watertight door. As you would expect in a vessel designed for world cruising, the engine room is extremely large and well laid out. There is full standing room throughout and easy access to all equipment with consideration given to the individual who will maintain the equipment. There is a centerline workbench with sink and over head cabinets. The main engines and generators are fed off a centerline day tank that will supply in excess of 16 hours running time, the first 12 hours of which provide a positive pressure to the main engines.
The fuel system is designed so that the Aqua Laval fuel cleaning systems can be run 24/7 with it, pulling from the two main tanks filling the day tank. As the day tank over fills, it will over flow back to the two main tanks, this not only assures that the fuel in all three tanks is clean, but also that the fuel in the day tank is cool. Should you only wish to transfer fuel at set intervals, the day tank is designed so that the two main tanks act as heat sinks to equalize the fuel temperature. There are three ways of transferring fuel, including a manual pump.
There are two sea chest pickups in the engine room with a cross over pipe that feed all of raw water systems. The pickups are designed so either one can run the entire systems when partially clogged. Each pickup can be separated from the system and are fitted with a compressed air blow down for quickly clearing them. The piping running from the cross over pipe is CiNi. Wherever possible pipe joints have welded flanged fitting and piping has been designed to be removable for servicing.
You will find that most key systems are backed up, this includes but is not limited to, fresh water, bilge and fire. There is an escape hatch from the engine room and also access to the lazarette and via the lazarette to the aft deck. The entire engine room is a steel box, there are manual shut downs for the variable speed reversing fans with air cut off flaps, fuel and engine shut offs. The A/C electrical system is backed up on key equipment by a 8, 8D battery powered inverter system, which allows you to go dead ship for up to eight hours and still maintain all refrigeration, freezers, fresh water and other systems.
Two Kilopack 31 kW/50 Hz generators, one with PTO (approx. 6.000 hrs 12/2011)
Aqua Signal navigation lights Complete B&G network system (depth, speed, and wind) with six displays Two Furuno GPS mod GP-31 with antenna Furuno colour LCD sounder Furuno radio telephone FM-2721 with antenna Furuno Navtex receiver NX-300 with antenna Furuno marine radar 1622 Raytheon radio hailer Ray-430 ICOM VHF IC-M401 Furuno marine radar RDP-123 Simrad autopilot AP-20 Simrad autopilot AP-35 Jabsco search light Navisystem satellite antenna MST-95 Two Simrad compasses RFC-35 Two Furuno transducers 525ST-MSD Denmark SSB radio RE2100 Sailor SSB radio
Ademco complete alarm system Five safes with capacity to store a laptop in each one Two Zodiac life rafts for eight persons
Complete paint system from International Perfection 709 Blue Ral 5004 Teak deck 14mm Burma First Quality in corridor, aft deck, aft deck table & teak chairs, flybridge, flybridge table, swim platform Two MUIR 4500 windlasses with devil's claws, chain stopper remote control with chain counter CQR anchor 180 kg Navy anchor 225 kg 90m galvanized 5/8” chain in each anchor with a Spanish swivel Two electrical capstans VC 3500 MUIR Seven flood lights Two Glendinning shore power Three Exalto windshield wipers 250BS Mor Saverio gangway with 5m in three extensions 180 rotation up and down Mor Saverio hydraulic crane Two chain transducers 286-412 All deck fills and vents are 316 stainless steel. Crane system can pickup and launch tenders from either side of the vessel.
The anchor system was specifically designed to hold two distinctly different anchors, the 440 pd plow on the centerline, the all around anchor, for sand, hard packed sand, grass and other solid bottoms. On the starboard side a 550 pd naval style Danforth for soft sand, mud and other bottoms were large surface areas increase holding. There are stainless steel strike pads integrated into the stem and stainless steel slap guards on the deck running from the windlass to the stainless steel chain pipe for the Danforth and stainless steel anchor pulpit for the plow.
The foreword mast with crows nest provides for a superb view for a spotter when navigating though reefs and supports spot lights and other equipment.
Tenders / Toys
Joker Boat Coaster 440 dinghy with Yamaha Outboard Jet Ski
Service History / Construction
The vessel has eight water tight compartments, starting forward, the collision bulkhead, fresh water tanks, bowthruster compartment, forward guest compartments, aft guest compartments, main fuel tanks, engine room and lazarette. In addition the centerline section of the vessel from the forward staterooms bulkhead to the main fuel tank bulkhead is double bottom. Please note that the tanks do not run full beam. The keel is a box structure that is not integral to the hull, capable of supporting the vessel; in event of damage it would not affect the hulls watertight integrity. Hull and bulwarks were sand blasted to bright white and zinc coated before fairing and painting. Great effort was made to make sure that wherever possible aluminium rails and fittings were only attached to aluminium and steel fitting to steel. Where this was not possible or where it was done to reduce the possibilities of corrosion, where practical bi-metallic joints were used.
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.