Vessel Walk Through
Getting aboard "Souvenir" is easy thanks to the extended swim platform. Note, she has (9) removable hand rail staples to add safety and flexibility when docking or playing with water equipment. On the transom there is a door that leads to the work shop and the engine compartment. There are stairs on each side of the transom leading up to the Aft Deck or California Deck area.
Walking up a few stairs is the aft main deck. This area benefits from being full beam and being completely covered overhead. Port and starboard entry gates are located on each end of aft deck area at the top of the stairs. Across the front of the aft deck are double entry sliding doors with full height glass windows that well integrate the aft deck with the salon. Both open up to provide for a comfortable wide entry into the main salon. There are disappearing Phantom bug screens located on the back of these doors for summer cruising. There are also half-height large glass windows port and starboard of the salon doors that also help to bring lots of light into the aft sections of the salon. Most of the salon windows and galley windows feature louvered Teak blinds for comfort. Located across the aft deck is a full sized built-in U-shaped bench seat with two varnished teak tables. The settee cushions were upgraded with new foam and upholstery in 2007. The tables are mounted on stainless steel bases and have swing up leaf sections to cleverly become one large table with seating for 10. There are two polished stainless steel support columns supporting the deck above. The overheads are white painted hard panels for ease of maintenance. The aft deck is also completely done in Teak decking. On either side of the aft deck seating port and starboard are Teak covered stairs to the swim platform with closing stainless steel gates at the top of the stairs. There are stainless steel safety handrails mounted for ease of access. In the far corners aft area are two built-in storage lockers. The port side locker has a small Danby refrigerator. The starboard side locker has a well hidden aft control station underneath a lift up hatch. The aft control station includes: Kobelt rudder angle indicator with main engine start/stop buttons, Mechanical engine throttle and clutch controls, Kobelt steering pump and wheel (Note: this is an emergency steering station), Robertson model #FU91 follow up steering jog lever, Kobelt throttle control panel, Naiad bow thruster control, Brooks & Gatehouse Hydra 2000 multifunction display, Chart light and a Kobelt throttle steering station control on 20-foot wandering lead.
The salon is very impressive and certainly one of the focal points of this fine yacht! The interior is finished with Cherry that has Wainscoting paneling throughout. The floors are covered with Cherry & Maple soles. The ceiling overhead has a traditional boxed beam effect that conveys both strength and elegance. There are on both sides of the salon lighted wall sconces with dimmer switches that provide a nice warm light to the area. On the forward bulkhead are various cabinets and a counter, with a hidden sliding pass-through hatch to the galley to assist in meal preparation and serving. The cabinets are fitted for glass and bottle storage areas and a U-Line wine cooler. The port side cabinet was redesigned with several drawers for silverware and plate storage. The starboard most cabinet in this area is devoted to Audio Video equipment. Located to port and flanked against a salon window is a wonderful study desk and chair. This desk provides an ideal work station or personal vista viewing the water or simply completing the daily ship log. This area is divided from the rest of the salon by a low counter in which is stored the large plasma TV on a high-low lift.
Moving across to starboard forward is a DAY HEAD. The day head features a sink, mirror and window. Just to starboard in the salon and amidships is a passageway down to the captain quarters and master stateroom. Each cabin has its own separate doorway.
The salon has large fixed and sliding windows port and starboard and aft with a double sliding door to the after deck. To starboard is a liquor locker. To port aft is a very comfortable L-shaped lounge with two convertible tables, three chairs and another easy chair. Located on the starboard side aft corner are two large easy chairs with an ottoman and lamp desk ideal for reading. The windows are mounted fairly low as to provide excellent visibility when seated anywhere in the lounge.
When "SOUVENIR" was built, reportedly over $100,000 was spent on the vessel's entertainment systems. In the salon, the entertainment center is comprised of the following: Pioneer model #PDP502MX plasma TV on a lift, Direct TV receiver, (3) Crestron model #ST-CS current sensors, Crestron model #CNX-PAD8, Sony model #SLV-M91HF VHS, Parasound model #T/DQ-1600 tuner, The Architect model #500 amplifier, Crestron model #CMMSX-AV audio video processor, Denon model #TU-1500RD tuner, Sony model #V444ES receiver, Toshiba 1080 HD DVD; Ipod player and hook up.
Moving forward from the salon is the galley area. The galley has the ability to be completely closed off from the salon and lower helm area via gorgeous solid wood hidden pocket sliding doors. The galley is just aft of the wheelhouse and accessed through a sliding pocket door as well. The galley is full width with fixed and sliding windows port and starboard. There are two portholes on the angled bulkhead forward that provide for unique slight lines and fresh air as the occasion demands. Located on the starboard side of the salon is a long dinette table with the main galley area to port. The galley is in general a large U-shaped area with an island in the center and has Corian countertops. A very attractive glass ceramic tile was placed directly behind the cooktop new 2007. The center island features abundant storage and a large Corian counter top which makes meal preparation easy as well. Hidden in a cabinet is another TV with remote for the galley settee. The galley has a custom water hook up for a commercial coffee maker. In the galley are the following items: Double molded sinks, Filtered water dispenser, Disposal, Thermodor 4-burner electric stove cook top with grill and griddle, KitchenAid vent hood discharge and light, (2) KitchenAid ovens, KitchenAid microwave oven, KitchenAid 2-door refrigerator/freezer with ice and water in the door, (2) additional custom Sub Zero refer drawers next to the refer new 2007, Broan Trash compactor new 2007, Security system remote, Culligan reverse osmosis filtered water system with 7-gallon tank that feeds drinking water outlets and icemakers, KitchenAid dishwasher, Pass through on the after bulkhead to the salon.
The wheelhouse has a five window windshield. The three center windows in the center have windshield washers and wipers. There is a single pedestal mount Stidd helm chair at the console with a large bench seat and table aft. There are side deck doors port and starboard, a door to the salon aft to starboard, stairs forward to starboard down to the living accommodations, and stairs port aft up to the flybridge. The stairs to the upper helm area actually have a hinge that allows for access underneath. Mounted on the after bulkhead of wheel house area is a graphic audible mimic alarm panel with alarms for: High bilge, Bilge pump running, Fire alarm, Port light ajar, CO2 discharge, Doors/windows open, Navigation lights. On the starboard side down low are three inverter panels with circuit breakers for the three individual inverters.
The master stateroom has the benefit that it can be accessed from either the aft or forward staircases. The spacious master is physically located in the widest part of the vessel and is full beam. It has two large opening stainless steel port lights port and starboard for a total of four. All opening ports feature storm shutters should the weather change. There is a king size berth mounted fore and aft against the aft bulkhead. It is flanked by nightstands port and starboard. There are large storage drawers built-in under the berth. Located to port is a small desk and built-in bank of double drawers. Aft and forward is a double door hanging locker. Built-in on the starboard side is a double bank of drawers and a sit-down vanity with lift up desktop. Forward to port are built-in bookshelves with entertainment equipment. Forward to starboard is a generous sized master head with single vanity, sink, faucet, and mirrored medicine cabinet. Forward in the head is a full size tub/shower combo by "Ultra" with built-in Jacuzzi whirlpool. There is a single Raritan toilet located inboard and a single opening stainless steel port light outboard.
The following entertainment equipment is located in the master cabin: (2) Panasonic telephones, B & G Hydra 2000 multifunction display, Sony flat panel Bravia TV, Sony Sat B55 satellite receiver, Sony model #DVP-NS400D DVD/CD player, Crestron handheld digital remote control with charger.
Captain or VIP Stateroom
Accessed via the aft main salon stairs to the lower aft foyer is access to the VIP cabin. This cabin has an athwartship queen size berth outboard to port with two stainless steel opening port lights above. The berth is flanked by a nightstand on both sides of the berth. Owner had this cabin redesigned in 2007. Added to this stateroom are two additional stacked berths ideally suited for children or any guest. Each berth has a draw curtain for privacy, its own Toshiba LCD DVD TV, reading lights and head phone jack hook up. Directly forward of the guest head there is a custom designed full length hanging locker. This cabin also has its own Toshiba Regza flat panel TV mounted on a bulkhead to starboard of the guest head. Located on the aft bulkhead is a double door system for access to the engine room via a quick acting watertight door with an additional Cherry wood overlay joinery door. In the aft starboard side of the cabin is an ensuite bathroom with full size shower, vanity, single sink, and faucet with mirrored medicine cabinet above. Aft is a single Raritan toilet. Inboard is a built-in entertainment center with hidden overlay doors.
The entertainment equipment in the VIP cabin includes: JVC 26" TV, Sony Sat B55 satellite receiver, Panasonic telephone, B & G Hydra 2000 multifunction display, Ship's alarm and security repeater panel, JVC model #HR-007506 VCR player recorder, Crestron handheld remote with charger.
Guest Stateroom, Port
Accessed via the forward lower companionway is the port forward guest cabin. It has a single queen size berth located outboard with single stainless steel opening port light above. Inboard is a three-drawer dresser with mirror above and retractable desk/writing panel. Forward is a suspended TV entertainment system. Forward of that is a full height hanging locker. Forward in the cabin is the ensuite bath with single vanity, sink, faucet, and mirrored medicine cabinet. Aft is a full height fiberglass shower enclosure with curtain and rod. Inboard is a single Raritan toilet. Entertainment equipment included in this cabin includes: a flat panel Toshiba TV/DVD, Sony Sat B55 satellite receiver, Panasonic cordless telephone.
Guest Stateroom Forward or Crew
Located forward on the lower deck and accessed via the stairs from the pilothouse is the forward most v-berth cabin, which functions equally well as a guest stateroom or crew's quarters. This cabin was redesigned and now features a large berth flanked on the starboard side of the stateroom and an upper and lower berth beds on the port. There is built-in storage below these berths and a pull out step up as well . Port and starboard are two stainless steel opening port lights. Forward is a watertight hatch to the chain locker with Cherry wood joinery overlay door. Aft to starboard is a highboy dresser with full height hanging locker. To port is the ensuite bath with single vanity sink, faucet, and mirrored medicine cabinet. There is a single opening stainless steel port light. Aft is a full size standup shower with fiberglass enclosure with curtain and rod. There is also a single Raritan toilet. The entertainment equipment included in this cabin consists of the following: Sony 23" TV/VHS, Sony Sat B55 satellite receiver, Panasonic cordless telephone.
Located off the forward lower companionway opposite the port guest cabin is the laundry room. The room has built-in storage both forward and outboard. There is a pullout ironing board located in the outboard cabinetry. In the laundry room is a Maytag Atlantis washer and dryer (both oversized capacity). This cabin is well lighted and fully air conditioned.
Control Room / Lazarette
Located aft of the engine room and accessed via a centerline quick acting watertight door on the swim platform is the full height / full width control room / lazarette area. The walls are white baton type boards. The decks are anodized aluminum removable deck plate on rubber strips. The ceiling is white acoustical tiles.
The following gear and equipment is located here:
Custom built stainless steel workbench with built-in storage below, bench grinder, vise, 5-lb. CO2 handheld fire extinguisher, 7-lb. Type ABC handheld fire extinguisher, (2) Toshiba variable frequency drives for steering pumps #1 and #2, model #VF-57, 230-volt, 3.7-kW, DMP junction box #2, DMP data collection module #2, (2) 24-volt DC bilge pumps (one with high water alarm), 4.5-hp shop vac - wall mount model, 18-liters, 24-volt bilge pump panel with spare breakers, 18" stainless steel sink and faucet, 24-volt house battery bank in fiberglass box, Air compressor control panel on/off/auto, 24-volt house battery charger, rotary isolation switch, and meter, Chemtron FM-200 engine room fire suppression system with sensors and manual pull, Notifier fire control panel, Panasonic telephone, Ship's alarm and security repeater panel, DMP model #1200 LCD display with wall mounted track ball, Marine Air lazarette air handler and control panel, Ship's main electrical panel manufactured by BN Design, serial #0042, boat #401, Emergency fire pull and emergency engine shutdown, Delta T engine room fan control panel model #T2-MCE with Toshiba variable frequency drive model #VF-57, CCTV camera, Stowage for stainless steel swim ladder, (7) Mastervolt 24/100 battery chargers, (3) Magnasine 3.0 24-volt DC to 110-volt AC inverters, 3,000 watts each with control pad, Lazarette FM200 fire suppression system, Port and starboard main engine bypass mufflers.
Kobelt steering system including the following:
Single tank reservoir, Dual 208-volt, three-phase motors, Temperature and sight glass, Pressure gauge, operating at 900 PSI, Inline filter
Centerline fuel tank of approximately 685 gallons, Kahlenberg belt driven air compressor with reservoir storage tank model #CME2004, Bennett trim tab controls port and starboard with reservoir and pump, Tech regulated 12.5-volt DC power supply, DMP model #RZ280 PLC with keyboard for vessel monitoring system, Fiber optic light generator for exterior courtesy lights.
"SOUVENIR" was built with safety as a priority, as is evidenced by the following: (2) 8-person DBC SOLAS "A" pack canistered life rafts on hydrostatic releases, (2) ACR strobe buoys with dye markers, Category I 406 EPIRB, First aid kit, Bell, Horn with automatic signal timer, (2) Remote searchlights, Flare kit, (2) AC electric manual bilge pumps, (10) DC automatic/manual submersible bilge pumps, 7-zone high water alarm, Full set of required navigation lights with fault indicator, Good ground tackle, Good electronics, DMP fully integrated monitoring system, Closed circuit television system, Security alarm system, (30) Adult Type II U. S. Coast Guard approved PFDs, Alarm monitoring system for port lights, doors, and latches, Automatic/manual FM200 fire suppression system in the engine room, Automatic/manual FM200 fire suppression system for the lazarette, Smoke, rate of rise, and monitored heat detectors throughout, Digital Selective Calling (DSC) emergency distress signal VHF, (2) Man overboard throw rings, Automatic DC emergency egress lighting, (15) Handheld fire extinguishers, Redundant steering, Emergency helm station, Backup main and gearbox controls.
When "SOUVENIR" was built, reportedly over $1 Million was spent just for the electronics alone! The idea was to create a state-of-the-art "glass cockpit" as is found on large modern jet aircraft, and the result is a modern sleek, yet user friendly system, which allows the skipper to control and monitor the vessel easily and completely. The wheelhouse electronics, controls, and navigation equipment are as follows:
Four Extron 18" Color display monitors for: Radar S Band, Radar X Band, Navigation Plotter, Color Depth Sounder, DMP vessel monitoring system, CCTV, and Direct TV.
· ICOM model #IC-M27 VHF radio
· Northstar model #951X GPS navigator/plotter
Thermal Vision night camera
· Robertson model #AP9 Mark III autopilot
· Brooks & Gatehouse Hydra 2000 multifunction instrument
· Brooks & Gatehouse 20/20 multifunction instrument
· King VHF aircraft monitor and transmitter
· Naiad 302 stabilizers & digital control with display
· ACR model #RCL100 spotlight control
· ACR model #600 remote spotlight control
· Naiad H-12 Bow thruster controls
· Kobelt rudder angle indicator
· Matched set clock and barometer
· S band black box radar with ARPA
· Automatic whistle timer
· Kobelt single lever engine controls
· Robertson model #F200 remote control mounted on helm chair
· Ship's alarm and security system by Maretron, which feeds the graphic display system and has sensors for: Deck pressure sensors at each door, Deck pressure sensors at the bottom of each stairs, Audible Open sensors for doors, windows, and portholes.
· Hewlett Packard ship's computer
. Interphase forward Scanning Sonar - New 2007
· (4)Extron flat flush mounted monitors
· Crestron for control of monitors
· Black box and keyboard for monitor control
· Panasonic CCTV System Controller model #WV-CU350 with (7) cameras for: (2) Engine room, (1) Port side deck, (1) Starboard side deck, (1) Control room, (1) Aft deck, (1) Mast. Note: All cameras feature remote fully articulated options.
· VCI Transis computer for navigation
· Nav Tex receiver
Wheel house electronics
The wheelhouse has a five window windshield. The three windows in the center have washers and wipers. There is a single pedestal mount Stidd helm chair at the console with a large bench seat and table aft. There are side deck doors port and starboard, a door to the salon aft to starboard, stairs forward to starboard down to the living accommodations, and stairs port aft up to the flybridge. Mounted on the after bulkhead is a graphic mimic alarm panel with alarms for: High bilge, Bilge pump running, Fire alarm, Port light ajar, CO2 discharge, Doors/windows open, Navigation lights. On the starboard side down low are three inverter panels with circuit breakers for the three individual inverters.
Enclosed bridge Electronics, Controls, and Navigation equipment
Four color monitors for: Radar X Band, Radar S Band, Plotter, Sounder, DMP, CCTV, Direct TV.
· ICOM model #IC-M59 VHF
· ICOM model #IC-M127 VHF
· ACR model #600 remote spotlight control
· ACR model #RCL100 remote spotlight control
· Naiad H12 Bow thruster control
· Kobelt rudder angle indicator
· Robertson model #AP9 Mark 3 autopilot
· Kobelt single lever engine controls
· Robertson model #F200 remote on helm chair
· Skipper compass
· Northstar model #951X GPS/plotter
· Brooks & Gatehouse 20/20 multifunction instrument
· Brooks & Gatehouse Hydra 2000 multifunction instrument
· Panasonic model #WCU-350
· Sony automotive radio with CD player
· Furuno black box control for X Band 360 mile radar
· Kobelt Wired remote engine and steering control
The electrical systems on board "SOUVENIR" are 120/240-volt AC, 24-volt DC house systems, and 12-volt DC for the navigation electronics.
The 120/240-volt AC shore power system is supplied via the shore power, generators, or inverter system. The shore power is supplied via a 240-volt 50-amp, 240-volt 30-amp, or 240-volt 100 amp shore cord. The 100-amp system is on a Glendenning shore cord retrieval system. All the shore power plugs and breakers are located in the engine room port and starboard. There is an Iso Boost shore power transformer located in the engine room. AC electric power is also provided via the 32-kW generators with automatic load sharing to the main board located in the lazarette. Starboard generator has 5,950 hours and the port has 6,600 hours. The generators are set up with an automatic start function and stop with standby generator in case of loss of shore power or selected generator operation.
Standby AC electrical power is provided via the inverter system. The inverter system consists of (2) 24-volt DC battery banks, each consisting of (4) 8D batteries located in the lazarette. Off these 24-volt banks are (3) separate MagnaSine 3,000-watt inverters located in the lazarette. All replaced new in 2007. These inverters provide power to three separate buses located in the pilothouse to starboard. The inverter system powers essential systems only.
The 24-volt DC house system is provided via (6) 240-volt AC, 24-volt Mastervolt converters or (2) 24-volt DC battery banks, all located in the lazarette. There is one emergency backup converter mounted in the lazarette. Engine start battery banks are charged via a 110-volt DC battery charger in the engine room or via main engine and generator alternators. The house bank is charged via a charger and 30-amp dedicated plug for the inverter system. There are battery isolators and selector switches provided.
Located on the stern of the vessel is a redesigned swim platform. As a matter of principal the current owner went to the original designer Tom Fexas in 2007 to maintain the pedigree of the vessel to design the new platform. The platform is now (3) feet longer and is now (7) feet in length and about (21) feet width. In the swim platform lazzarette are five water tight hatches; air compressor; huge amount of storage and flush mounted underwater lights. The owner also had a custom designed windlass fiberglass chain router incorporated into the swim platform to assist in stern anchoring. The water line of the vessel was extended under the swim platform and has proven to have increased the efficiency of the yacht underway. The additional three feet greatly adds to the functionality of the yacht. Construction was completed by Platinum Marine Services in Canada. The extension increased the overall length of the vessel to 89' 8 inches. The swim platform has U-shaped removable handrails across the back with large popup stainless steel cleats. The decks are teak with margin trim boards. Across the transom are five flush doors: Centerline, lazarette access quick acting watertight door, port and starboard spare propeller lockers with spare Brunton props. In the upper cabinets above the propeller lockers, the port side has a fuel hose filling station for the yacht tender. The starboard side has a hot and cold shower with freshwater washdown bib.
Hard Top Enclosure
Located on the upper bridge of this yacht is a custom hard top. The hard top again was designed for the owner by Tom Fexas as per his specification and built by Seaview North Boatyard. The forward window panels feature five windows. Three of which feature windshield wipers/washers. The port and starboard side of the hard top have removable canvas EZ2CU windows installed by Canvas Supply of Seattle, WA. At the aft end of the hard top there are drop down canvas enclosures which can be completely removed. When designing the area the owner had custom vent fume placed directly over the barbecue grill. The hard top was constructed with fiberglass closed cell foam to reduce weight and then painted with Awlgrip. The owner also had an additional refrigerator placed in the port side aft next to a freezer for additional refrigeration. All of the cushions for the settee have been replaced and new upholstery has been placed on them by Canvas Supply, Seattle WA.
The engine room is accessed via quick acting dogged and gasketed lockable doors with viewing ports forward and aft. The aft door leads to the lazarette, while the forward door leads to the VIP/captain's cabin. The engine room is well lit with AC and DC overhead fluorescent lighting. There is emergency egress lighting provided. This space is fully insulated behind painted perforated aluminum sheathing. The engine room is fully painted and finished with polished aluminum diamond plate deck plates on painted aluminum frames. There are polished removable stainless steel handrails surrounding each main engine. There are (3) Air Chillers and total of (13) Air Handlers for ship’s heat and air conditioning.
"SOUVENIR" is powered by a pair of Caterpillar 3412 freshwater cooled turbo charged marine diesel engines, each rated for 1,400-hp at 2300 RPM. They each have approximately 3250 hours. The reversing gears are by ZF. They are both model #BW255AP with a final ratio of 2.029:1. The main engine and gearboxes are close coupled and single isolation mounted. Each of the main engines is 24-volt DC start with battery banks located port and starboard in the engine room. Either main engine can start off of either battery bank with selector switches located in the engine room.
Consumption at an easy 10 knots is recorded to average around 10 gallons a side or 20 gallons total. Engine rpm at 10kts is only 1000 rpm.
Each main engine is fit with the following:
Coolant recovery tank, Walker Air Sep crankcase recovery systems, Remote mounted oil and fuel filters, PTO hydraulic pumps for the stabilizer system, Trolling valves, Fuel coolers, 110-volt AC block heaters, Triple bank of Racor 1000 fuel filter water separators, Fuel priming pumps, 24-volt DC, 60-amp belt driven alternators, Local start/stops and emergency stops. Each engine is monitored via a full engine room gauge package. This gauge package consists of the following: LCD tachometer, Oil pressure, Fuel pressure, Exhaust temperature, Jacket water temperature, Engine oil temperature, Gearbox oil pressure, Gearbox oil temperature. In addition, the main engines are monitored by the DMP central monitoring system. The main engine exhaust system is by Marine Exhaust Systems. It is fiberglass wrapped split stainless steel risers with stainless steel raw water injection rings to a fiberglass collector and a hull bottom exhaust with diverters and idle bypass out the port and starboard transom corners. The hose connectors are blue silicone with stainless steel T-bolt clamps. There are fiberglass waterlift type mufflers located in the lazarette. The main engines and gearboxes are serviced by a Reverso/Oberdorfer AC electric oil change system. The main engine controls are Kobelt with emergency cable controls located in the engine room for gearboxes, throttles, and trolling valves. Each gearbox is fit with a trolling valve system.
"SOUVENIR" is fit with a pair of Northern Light/Alaska Diesel 32 kW generators. The generators are rated for 32-kW, 60-hz, 1800 RPM, single phase, 240/120-volt AC, 133/267-amps. The generators are identical, located port and starboard athwartships aft in the engine room. The generators are single isolation mounted. The starboard has 5,950 hours, and the port has 6,650 hours.
The generator exhausts are water jacketed cast iron manifolds to water injected stainless steel elbows to fiberglass waterlift mufflers. The port generator is fit with a water separating unit with exhaust gas out the transom corner with the waterdrop on the port side hull side isolation inside the engine room. The starboard generator is straight waterlift to exhaust out the transom corner. Generator exhaust is fiberglass pipe sections with rubber hose connections and stainless steel hose clamps. The generator starts are 24-volt DC off the port and starboard engine room banks. Either generator can start from either battery bank. There are battery selector switches located in the engine room. Each generator belt drives a 24-volt DC alternator and is protected via a duplex bank of Racor model #500 fuel filter water separators with fire shields. There are PTO electric clutch driven hydraulic pumps for the bow thruster and windlass systems. Each generator is fit with a local start/stop and preheat panel with hour meter, water temperature, oil pressure, and voltmeters.
Deck & Equipment
Starting forward in the bow area is a single 80-kg stainless steel Bruce anchor on roller with chain stopper. The ground tackle is recessed below the main deck with opening hatches for access. Located inside is a freshwater bib, the up/down foot buttons, and plug for searchlight. The anchor is hauled by a single hydraulic Maxwell 4500 windlass. The current owner added additional chain to the locker by redesigning the storage area for the chain locker so now there is (600) feet in the locker. The bulwarks are low boxed bulwarks with two stainless recessed hawse eyes. There is a well varnished teak cap rail on top of the bulwarks. Extending out of the cap rail is a stainless steel handrail. Forward is a bow flagstaff and ship's bell engraved with the name "SOUVENIR". The decks are teak overlayed with attractive king plank and margins. Mounted on the foredeck are two 16" stainless steel cleats. Just outboard of the two lift up ground tackle doors, the Maxwell windlass protrudes slightly above the deck hatch. Just aft of the ground tackle is an emergency escape hatch from the forward vee berth cabin. There is a slight raised cabin trunk with molded bench seat on the forward end. The current owner added a sun pad lounge for the forward deck area. On both the port and starboard outer edges of the cabin trunk are two large deck lockers. Located in the center of the cabin trunk is a single large lift up locker door on stainless steel gas assist cylinders. Located at the aft end on the port and starboard side decks is a fuel and water filling station. There are also two flush deck mounted waste pump out fills.
Located on the stern of the vessel is a redesigned swim platform. As a matter of principal the current owner went to the original Designer Tom Fexas in 2007 to maintain the pedigree of the vessel to design the new platform. The platform is now (3) feet longer and measures (7) feet in length. In the swim platform lazzarette are (5) Freeman water tight hatches; air compressor; huge amount of storage and five flush mounted underwater lights. The owner also had a custom designed windlass fiberglass chain router incorporated into the swim platform to assist in stern anchoring. The water line of the vessel was extended under the swim platform and has proven to have increased the efficiency of the yacht underway. The additional three feet greatly adds to the functionality of the yacht. Construction was completed by Platinum Marine Services in Canada. The extension increased the overall length of the vessel to 89' 8 inches.
Hard Top Enclosure
Located on the upper bridge of this yacht is a custom hard top. The hard top again was designed for the owner by Tom Fexas as per his specification. She was constructed by Seaview North boat yard and painted in Awlgrip. The forward window panels feature five windows. Three of which feature windshield wipers/washers. The port and starboard side of the hard top have removable canvas EZ2CY windows designed by Canvas Supply of Seattle, WA. At the aft end of the hard top are drop down canvas enclosures which can be completely removed. When designing the area the owner had a custom vent fume placed directly over the barbecue grill. The hard top was constructed with fiberglass with closed cell foam to reduce weight and then painted with Awlgrip. The owner also had an additional Refrigerator placed in the port side aft next to a Freezer for additional refrigeration. Moving aft to port is a large jetted hot tub with full cover. Placed on either side of top boat deck are two Davit systems for launching or retrieving the Yacht Tender. The Tender is a 15’ Nautica with a new in 2007 (50hp) 4 stroke Yamaha.
Vessel carries 3,875 gallons of fuel. All fuel, water and holding tanks are fiberglass construction.
“Souvenir” is a real yacht that would be ideal for a large family or even corporate entertaining. Simply put, an elegant yacht that is ready for its next adventure!
Exclusions: All personal items and all art work throughout the vessel. Ships model is not included with sale of vessel.