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Port Au Prince, Haiti
The M/Y LEONICK was specially built and designed for expedition and long stay in remote areas out of regular routes and at the same time have the comfort and finish quality of a yacht. In order to fulfill those requirements and be reliable the ship systems are built as per regulation for shipping vessel with back-up and redundancy. The ship was built in Canada, renowned for its rugged and durable shipbuilding practice. Built by the Chantier Maritime Pratt,Inc.
LEONICK is able to carry almost any task you could dream of in almost any location you wish. It’s a luxury yacht with the capacity for sport fishing, scuba diving, hosting reception for large groups, excursions in remote areas, etc. In any corner of the world LEONICK could be a house on the water because of its autonomy and comfort. Imagine, you run the generator a couple of hours per day (6 to 8) for the use of the kitchen and water maker, the solar panel with its battery pack take care of the power needed for the remaining time. You will consume around 5 to 6 GPD of fuel making your consumption for a year, around 2 000 gallons and you still have an autonomy of 3 000 nautical miles plus.
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Number of cabins: 5
Number of heads: 4
Layout & Accommodations
The layout had been designed to give easy access to all parts of the ship with ease for elderly people and offer big areas for receptions and parties. The ship had hosted many receptions with 50 to 75 persons comfortably. The inside joinery work has a traditional look with ample use of woodwork, flooring is teak and holy, joinery is in Canadian yellow birch, wheelhouse is bird eye maple.
Kitchen counter-top is full bodied granite, 2 x freezers, 1 refrigerator, micro-wave
Deck & Equipment
At the stern of the vessel each hull as a huge platform, 4 meters long, 2 meters wide, which are above sea level, allowing for more than 12 persons to bathe and use Transat chair. The height above sea permits swimmer and diver to have easy access and facilitate the docking of persons from dingy or other boats. The starboard platform has a door directly to the lazareth which is equipped with a diving compressor, rack for diving tanks, and storage for scuba gear and water toys. Two stairs give access from the platforms to the main deck. Along the port stair to platform is a full control station to maneuver the ship for stern docking or during sport fishing activities.
The aft section of main deck host the dining table and two 600 liters built-in cooler. Two large passage ways, port & starboard, allow access to the foredeck which house the 2 hatches to the forecastle, the center bow which is the housing for the two anchors and the two anchor winch and seating for 20 persons.
The Upper deck, houses from stern, the zodiac seating with its davit, the sun deck or dance floor, the bar, the wheelhouse, P & S control station, passage way in front of the wheelhouse and 5 storage cabinets.
The upper deck top is covered with solar panels and houses the mast and the survival life raft.
Each hull has the same arrangement from stern to bow; diving platform, lazareth compartment, engine room, cabin and crew quarter, forecastle and bulbous bow.
Electronics & Navigation
2 Raymarine C120 nagation computer 2 Radar scanner Raytheon integrated in nav computer 2 GPS antenna Raytheon hook to nav computer 1 depth sounder 500 watts with grapics in nav computer 2 RayMarine VHF radio with 9 db Sheakspeare One cellular phone antenna booster. One satellite TV antenna One auto-pilot RayMarine - 3 Ritchies 6" magnetic compass
Electrical, Power & Plumbing
The electrical system is arranged in 3 systems, the AC, the DC and the emergency systems. This in order to have an autonomous system able to minimize the power need and meet all the regulations for emergency lighting and communication.
The AC system is fed at 220/110 volts, 60 hertz by three sources; two generators (one in each engine room) of 22 Kw, Kubota diesel in soundproof housing and one shore power with a 15 KVA isolation transformer. The system feed power to the following apparatus: 6 x AC units, 2 x water heater, air compressor, fire pump, central vacuum, water maker, stove, cook-top, dishwasher, washer, dryer, bilge dryer, the two inverters and receptacle.
The DC system is 12 volts and is supplied from two batteries bank located in the wheelhouse back bench. Each of the batteries bank consist of six 12 volts AGM battery of 250 amp/hour each. The port bank is charged by the port 2 x 500 2500 watts Xantrex inverter, port engine 12 volts 130 amps alternator and the port solar panel bank(2 x 250 watt). 2 250 watts The starboard bank is charged by the 3 same starboard apparatus. The port battery bank feed the 12 volts starboard engine room panel which distributes the power. The starboard bank feed the 12 volts wheelhouse panel. When the AC is not available, the 2 inverters draw power from the batteries and feed 110 volts to two distribution panels to feed the following: 2 stern cooler, ice machine, 2 freezer, one refrigerator.
The port bank is charged by the port 2 500 watt Xantrex inverters, port engine 12 volts 130 amps alternator and the port solar panel bank(2 250 watt).
Engine & Mechanical
The ship is propelled by two diesel engines, Volvo D12 rated 375 HP continuously @ 1 800 RPM. The cruising speed is achieve at 1 250 RPM with a fuel consumption of 10 gallon per hours. The ZF IRM 350 gear transmit the power thru a 3 inch aquamet 21 shaft to the four blades NiBral, HiTorq propeller from Hawboldt.
For maneuvering the ship is equipped with two stainless steel, NACA profiled, semi-balanced rudders, which are driven by Kobelt steering ram and Kobelt interlink processor. The Hydraulic power is provided by two steering pump, one mounted on each engine. There is two hydraulic driven 300 mm diameter bow thruster located in the fore-castle.
Engines, steering and bow thrusters are controlled from either of the four control station, #1 wheelhouse console, #2 starboard wing upper deck, #3 port wing upper deck and #4 port stern main deck. These stations allow for clear visibility and supervision of the maneuver in any type of operation, docking P&S or stern, sport fishing, high sea navigation, shallow water and beach cruising.
The 2 engine rooms are insulated with class A-60 approved Rocwool insulation for fire containment
The hull is fabricated with marine grade aluminum and is of displacement type with bulbous bow for efficiency. For exploration means the mean draft has been taken to 1.2 M (48”), the bottom plate thickness raised to 10 mm (3/8”), the propellers are protected by a heavy skeg. Those features allow navigation in very shallow water with maximum safety. The hull is compartmented in such a way that the ship will not sink in case of hull breach. With a total of 400 square meter (4 260 sq.f) of decks area this ship has plenty of space for any type of activity and prevent being crowded in one space without any privacy.
The ergonomics of the deck had been look carefully so elderly people and kids could travel around the ship with ease and safety, the gunwale are plated to prevent going overboard or being wash by a wave, deck and stair way have effective non-skid surface, hand rail are provided in all area, stair have LED lights, etc. The wheelhouse control station is equipped with a screen displaying surveillance camera of the security area; 2 (P & S) stern stairway and platform, one of the forward deck and P & S bow and one in each engine room.
The vessel is equipped with the following apparatus and gears; One 12 persons pack A life raft, one 17 feet AirSolid RIB approved for 14 persons, flare kit as per regulation, 7 fire extinguisher, 2 halon system for engine room, 12 adult life vests, 10 kids life vests, 3 life rings, 2 remote operated search light, LED navigation light, high water bilge alarm system, fire detection system (smoke and heat), 2 fire hydrant 1 ½”, remote fuel shut-off valves, fog bell, air horn, etc.
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 desired validated. Photos may not properly reflect the current condition of the actual vessel offered for sale. In some cases stock photographs may have been used.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 888-209-6090Tel: 954-449-4611