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EUR 9,750,000 (US$ 13,524,225)
A true gentleman's yacht for world cruising, GRACE was built in Holland in 2004. With a 5300 mi. range at 10.5 knots and 13 knots top speed, she is steel hulled and classed B.V. Ice III.
A beautifully finished, traditional interior with master suite on the main deck and four double guest staterooms. Formal dining salon, main deck salon and upper deck lounge and office. Crew quarters for 9.
Dutch commercial ship registration in compliance with merchant Navy rules for unlimited deep sea navigation. Owner has completed his five year cruise and is a serious seller.
Please contact Craig Cadwalader for additional information at (954) 525-7637 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact Craig Cadwalader at 954-525-7637
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Sperday, Kooyman, Ventis, Holland
Designer: Koster Shipping, Monaco
Flag of Registry: Netherlands
LOA: 158 ft 10 in
Beam: 26 ft 11 in
LWL: 124 ft 1 in
Maximum Draft: 9 ft 2 in
Displacement: 786240 lbs
Engine Brand: Cummins
Engine Model: KTA-19-M3
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 3428
Engine(s) Total Power: 600 HP
Fresh Water Tanks: (3962 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: (10831 Gallons)
Number of single berths: 1
Number of twin berths: 4
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 5
Number of heads: 11
Commissioned in 2004 and newly built in Holland in the style of the early passenger vessels,the 48.35M (158’6”) Grace is a “gentleman’s yacht” in steel and aluminum. Her classic exterior lines, traditional deck detailing, solid teak decks and bronze railings, are skillfully combined with all the modern electronics, technical systems and safety equipment required for safe operation. As a commercial vessel under Dutch flag, Grace is thought to be first purpose built yacht to achieve classification for unlimited world commercial navigation by the Dutch Shipping Inspection and Bureau Veritas.
Careful attention has been accorded to the quality of the on board experience, including insulation, heating and air conditioning, floating floors, double glazing and a silent mooring and anchoring system, resulting in an exceptionally comfortable and first class experience.
Grace’s traditional paneling and period furniture throughout afford the luxury of a country house. Formal dining is available for up to 10 guests in the dining room or alternatively al fresco entertaining is offered on the aft deck, affording stunning panoramic viewing with removable windows. Further open air living, whether entertaining or sun bathing, can be provided for guests on the boat deck under a sun awning, or on the bridge deck furnished with traditional steamer chairs, Or simply enjoy the quiet life – unwinding in the library on the bridge deck.
Accommodation on board is provided for 10 guests in 5 cabins. The owner’s cabin with bathroom en suite is elegantly furnished with the same décor echoed throughout the remaining cabins; two double and two twin, all featuring shower rooms en suite. On the main deck, the spacious main saloon has large windows with low sills for excellent outside viewing while relaxing in comfort.
The ship is fitted with a system of ship’s batteries and inverters that enables totally silent mooring or anchoring at idyllic locations without disturbance. A certified sanitary treatment plant based on bacteriological activity and a bilge water cleaner with electronic controls prevent pollution of the environment.
Grace has Ice Class. Her strengthened hull, propellers and rudders allow certified operation through light to moderate ice.
With reference to the Specifications this is a description of some of the most important technical features of “Grace.” Some features are simply required because of her Commercial Ship (Merchant Navy) registration, some are installed for optimum comfort, ease of maintenance and reliability for world wide cruising.
REGISTRATION - Dutch Shipping inspection and Bureau Veritas have assured compliance with Merchant Navy rules. Dynamic Stability rules and International load line requirements as well as specifications for layout, materials, equipment and fireproofing are all much stricter than yacht standard.
GENERAL - All steel and aluminum constructions and fittings are built in Holland to the strictest quality standards. Ease of maintenance has been considered throughout. All pumps, valves, filters and other equipment are “commercial” grade, bronze and stainless steel and certified where necessary.
As part of its standard equipment “Grace” carries a complete set of medical equipment, stretchers etc. for world wide navigation (list A council directive 92/29EEC).
Documentation: All system descriptions and “as built” drawings are on board. Much attention has been given to ease of maintenance. The engine room is very spacious and all equipment is easily accessible. Most capping rails are painted, not varnished. The 2 component epoxy paint system is durable with egg shell gloss, that is easily repairable. All corners in bathrooms, galleys and laundry are rounded off for easy cleaning.
Hull and Super Structure
The hull and the main deck super structures are built in certified Grade A shipbuilding steel.
All exterior welding (deck beams, bulwarks) as well as all frames are continuously welded (not chain or staggered) for added strength and corrosion prevention. All edges on deck and bulwarks have stainless trimming. The very fair hull plating, frames and additional ice-frames (frame spacing 25cm) comply with Ice Class III criteria. All steel (In - & Exterior construction, tanks etc.) have been fully sandblasted and were thoroughly conserved with a full Hempel epoxy paint system. Almost no filler has been used. The aluminum bridge deck is continuously welded on Triclad strips.
Ballast tanks of 20 M3 are incorporated in the double bottom, but prove to be unnecessary even in heavy weather in light ship conditions. Large bilge keels (16 M X 40 cm) dampen rolling movement sufficiently to ensure a comfortable ride, also at anchor without stabilizers.
Instead of zinc anodes to prevent underwater electrolytic corrosion, an active impressed current system by MME has been installed.
The cathodic protection is achieved by a micro-processor controlled transmission of current around the hull through two anodes in the aft part of hull. Two reference electrodes forward measure the correct operation of the system.
International Load Line Rules
The strength of all doors and windows, the height of door sills, the number of door clamps, scupper pipes, drain openings all comply with strict commercial rules.
A double bottom with integral ballast tanks and tanks for drinking water, fuel and sludge runs the length of the ship and can be inspected through man holes.
There are 4 watertight bulkheads. Except for the aft peak watertight door, which serves as the engine room emergency exit and is normally closed at sea, there are no openings in these bulkheads.
There are no openable portholes in the hull and none at all in the engine room. All bronze portholes have steel blinds. All portholes and windows have double glazing. Except for 5 overboard valves in the engine room and 1 in the forepeak there are no openings anywhere in the hull.
Static, Dynamic and Damage Stability
Commercial vessels have to comply not only with static stability tests but also with rather complex dynamic criteria to show sufficient stability in quite extreme conditions of waves and wind from the beam. Grace complies with these criteria in all loading conditions.
Fire retardant materials are used in the interior. All doors are steel marine fire resistant B15 and A60 doors. The interior walls are TNF self-supporting bulkheads (steel sandwiched high density rockwool) instead of wooden framing.
These walls are the covered with Fipro (fire-proof mineral particle) boards with traditional paneling in selected plane tree veneer.
Walls and ceilings are placed on floating floors for optimum sound insulation resulting in extremely quiet cabins.
1 x Miele ceramic cooking range - type KM400
1 x Miele gas range - type KM 404
1 x Miele gas range - type KM 406
1 x Siemens oven - type HB 90054
1 x Quooker Pro 3 waterboiler 1.6 kw
1 x Miele refrigerator/freezer - type KD3524
1 x Miele refrigerator - type K622U (on bridge)
1 x Miele Steam oven - type DG 163
1 x Miele Professional dishwasher - type G 7856
2 x Miele Freezers - type F7561S
1 x Liebherr Biofresh refrigerator - type KSB3640
2 x Miele Professional washing machines type WS-5425
2 x Miele Professional dryers type T5205C
1 x Miele Roller Iron type B890
Audio and Visual Equipment
1 x Pioneer 42 inch plasma screen with hi-fi surround sound system
2 x 20 inch LCD televisions
4 x DVD players 1 x video player
400V 3-phase AC, 50Hz
230V 3-phase AC, 50Hz
3 x "Studer" inverters are electronically connected to deliver 3 phase 400V AC 50 Hz to essential consumers. At anchor, generators may be switched off for extended periods (12 hrs) for completely silent ship operation
1 x Cummins 105 kva - Port 627 hours (August 19, 2013)
1 x Cummins 61 kva - Starboard 7,446 hours (August 19, 2013)
The two generators and the coupled inverter set of 3 are standby of each other and will automatically start and come on line.
A preferential system (Automatic load reduction) prevents overload at all times. 5 AC Distribution boxes are fed by a generator and shore power cable as well as a UPS Inverter cable. Supply to small consumers (computers, entertainment system, alarm system, fridges, and freezers, oil fired heating) is never interrupted. 3 X “Studer” inverters are electronically connected to deliver 3 phase 400V AC 50 Hz to these essential consumers.
At anchor the generators may be switched off for extended periods (12 hours) for silent ship operation.
Heavy consumers (laundry, air conditioning, electric cooking, heavy pumps etc.) will not work in that mode. Adequate services are provided as all small consumers, lighting, central heating, the sanitary system etc. are powered by the inverters. In addition to electric cooking, there is propane cooking on a safe and approved range in the main galley.
2 x Furuno VHF radiotelephones type FW-8500
2 x SRH50 hand held VHF radiotelephones with SRH TC50 charging units
1 x Sailor VHF radiotelephone type C4951 WP situated on the Bridge Roof
Furuno SSB Transceiver type FS-1562-15
2 x Trimble Inmarsat C satellite receivers
UHF Radiotelephones: Furuno DSC Receiver type DSC-60
The installed GMDSS A3 equipment is approved for world wide operation. The “Transas” chart systems has two identical active screens on the bridge and repeaters in the main salon (“Pioneer 43” plasma screen) and the galley (Phillips 20” LCD).
Marine Air 4 stage chilled water air conditioning.
ACV/Elco 140 kw air and radiator heating throughout.
Bow Thruster: Franken Electric 400V/60Hz - 82kw/125A
Fuel Filtration: Double Racal fuel filters on tanks and main engines
Oil Filtration: Facet oily water separator
Aquamar Treatment Plant
11 x Jets toilets
Propellers: 2 x 7-bladed (Ice Class)
Steering System: Meyer system with 2 X load sensing pumps connected to the Main Engines.
Rudder Angle Indicator: 4 x Kobelt indicators situated on the Bridge Roof, Bridge Wings and on the Bridge.
An oily-water separator is fitted with a 15 ppm electronic shut off valve to prevent pollution.
The bilge system is fitted with (2) heavy duty bilge pumps and ejectors. Ejectors act like a jet pump and will actually pump compartments completely dry. Ordinary pumps will always leave some water as they are no longer effective as soon as they suck air.
The “Jets” vacuum system consists of 2 AC and 1 DC vacuum pumps, 11 toilets and 4 grey water tanks. The waste water is fed into a certified “Aquamar” sanitary treatment plant of 4 interconnected tanks were blown air stimulates bacterial activity. Only clear water is discharged. The system is completely automatic.
Magnetic Compass: Heath magnetic compass with Mk VII binnacle and repeater
Gyrocompass: C-Plath gyro compass type Navigat X MK1 MOD10 with repeaters
Automatic Pilot: C-Plath automatic pilot type Navipilot V
Log: Furuno doppler log type DS-80
Echo Sounder: Furuno echo sounder type FCV582L
Radar: Furuno FR1510 Mk 3 radar
GPS: Furuno GPS type Navigator GP-80
Chart Plotter: Transas electronic chart plotter displayed on 2 x AOC 21inch LCD
Office Equipment: Fujitsu/Siemens PC with Hewlett Packard Faxjet colour copier and fax, internet, email and Skype
Maneuvering and Sea Keeping
Two seven-blade handed propellers ahead of balanced rudders, together with the 75KW bow thruster give excellent maneuvering.
In trolling mode very fine maneuvering at slow speed is possible. There are 4 “Kobelt” control positions. The bow thruster is electric and powered by the 105 Kva variable speed generator (Volt per Hertz) field control.
A removable steel bar connects the rudders for independent steering in case of damage. Two engine mounted load sensing pumps power the steering system. In case of hydraulic or electric failure, hand steering takes over without having to reset any valves or switches.
There are 4 control positions: bridge, wings and top deck with full command of engines, steering and bow thruster.
Safety and Fire Protection
2 x 20 man DSB SOLAS approved life rafts (Pack A - deep water)
1 x Rescue Boat
1 x DSB RIB with Yanmar 27 hp diesel outboard engine and SOLAS emergency pack
Full complement of thermal suits and life vests (NSI approved)
Full complement of medical equipment (NSI approved)
TYCO FM200 System in Engine Room
2 x sets of breathing apparatus and fire suits
Portable powder and CO² extinguishers according to class throughout
Minerva Marine T1008 Fire alarm with smoke and heat sensors throughout
Marble MS 2080 Bridge Watch bilge and technical alarm system
4 x Orlaco CCTV Cameras / Quadra option
5 x Ship's Safes in guest cabins
1 x Ship's Safe in Captain's cabin
A “Thorn Minerva Marine” fire alarm system with location indication is installed. Temperature and smoke sensors are fitted throughout the ship.
A complete “Marble” alarm system with numerous contacts gives visual and audio (pre-) warnings to engine room, bridge, mess room and the selected cabin of the officer on watch.
1 x 20kN Maaskant hydraulic windlass with 2 bronze warping heads
1 x 20kN electric aft capstan with a bronze warping head
Anchors: 2 x 430kg HHP Pool type anchors
Chains: 5 shackles (450.00ft/137.15m) port and 6 shackles (540.00ft/164.58m) starboard of 20.5mm stud linked galvanised anchor chain type U2
1 x Global davit tender crane with a safe working load of 2500kg
1 x Global davit tender crane with a safe working load of 1200kg
1 x Telescopic store crane (foredeck) safe working load of 500kg
Port and starboard sides midships boat boom
1 x 4.10 meter Mediterranean style teak/stainless steel passerelle
Side Accommodation Ladder on Starboardside
1 x DSB 4.3 SR RIB rescue boat with 27 hp Yanmar diesel outboard engine
1 x Buster M 4.6m aluminium with 36 hp Yanmar diesel outboard engine
1 x Buster XL 5.6m aluminium with 115 hp Yanmar 4-stroke petrol outboard engine
2 x Walker Bay 10 ft sailing/rowing dinghy with inflatable hypalon tube
Heating and Air Conditioning
Because of careful insulation and ample capacity of her systems, Grace can be comfortably heated under arctic conditions by built-in radiators as well as warm air. Heating is by diesel oil fired boiler.
Cooling by a 4-compressor Marine Air chiller and 4 quiet Air Handling units (no fan coil units) has been well dimensioned. Warm water boxed in radiators are added for more comfortable, thermostat controlled heating and cooling.
The spacious engine room is certified for unmanned operation. There are bridge controls for starting and stopping engines and generators and for switching the electrical power supply. All important technical parameters are wired for alarm.
Double engine fuel and oil filters enable filter change with running engines. The oversized ZF 4.97:1 gear boxes are fitted with trolling valves for controlled slip of the propeller shafts for slow speed and delicate maneuvering.
The designer has opted for dry exhausts of generators and main engines with large sound dampers in sequence. “Grace” is very quiet and doesn’t suffer from the irritating fumes at waterline level nor from the danger of having seawater enter the engine or generator manifolds. Engine and generator cooling is through closed system heat exchangers in sea chests.
No mistakes can be made and not a drop of seawater can penetrate hull or machinery.
1 X Miele Classic steam oven - type DG163
1 X Siemens Oven - type HE25054
1 X Cooking range - type EK72054
1 X Quooker Pro 3 water boiler 1.6 kw
1 X Miele refrigerator - type K852 I
1 X Miele Professional dishwasher type G-7856
Specifications and details of this vessel are provided in good faith for informational purposes only. Data regarding the specifications, operating characteristics, and condition of the vessel was obtained from sources believed to be reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, capacities, consumptions and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agrees to instruct his agent or surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawl from market without notice.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 866-460-7791Tel: 954-525-7637