HANUMAN is the modern recreation of Tommy Sopwith’s beautiful 41.3m/135.5’ "Super-J" class yacht, Endeavour II, from the renowned Royal Huisman shipyard.
Winner of the World Superyacht Awards 2010 as "SAILING YACHT OF THE YEAR" and joint winner as "BEST SAILING YACHT 30M-44M", HANUMAN is the excellent combination of beauty and extremely high quality of construction.
Naval architects Gerard Dijkstra & Partners have overseen the build of the HANUMAN’s hull in Alustar, with spars and rig in carbon composite to create a yacht that demonstrates the full potential of Charles E Nicholson’s original design. To further this ambition, Royal Huisman has worked with the naval architects, the independent Carew Group, master sailmakers North Sails and spar makers Rondal to create the optimum mast and sail configuration as, in effect, a single wing unit.
Below decks, by contrast, interior designer Pieter Beeldsnijder has drawn upon fine traditional materials such as hand-polished French Walnut and period design references to create all the warmth and ambience of a bygone era, sensitively fused with the high amenity standards of a modern superyacht.
She is race-prepared and ready to perform. Offering accommodation for 6 guests in 3 cabins, she is now for the first time on the market, exclusively for sale through Y.CO.
flag: Cayman Islands
yard number: 385 (Recreation of Endeavour II)
dimensions: Length O.A. 42.10m (138’11”)
Length W.L. 27.68m (90’80”)
Beam 6.60m (21’64”)
Draft 4.72m (15’48”)
tonnage: Displacement 183 tons
year built: 2009
builder: Royal Huisman Shipyard
designer: Dykstra & Partners Naval Architects
interior designer: Pieter Beeldsnijder Design
construction: “Alustar” Temper H321 (AA 5059-H321) aluminum for sheets and “Alustar” Temper H112 (AA5059-H112) for extrusions
paint system: Akzo Nobel Coatings / Sikkens Yachtpaints system
accommodation: 6 guests in 3 cabins
crew: 8 in 4 cabins
classification: Hull, deck and superstructure are certified according to the Lloyd’s Rules for Special Service Craft (SSC) X 100A1, SSC, YACHT, MONO, G6
main engine: Scania – DI 12 59M – 350hp
propulsion system: 1 x main engine Scania DI 12 59M - 259 kW • 350 HP @ 1800 rpm
reduction box: ZF W-350A; 2.636 : 1, angle down 7°
propeller installation: Hundested, VP 5 FR-HP feathering version, diameter approx. 900 mm, four blades with high skew
engine hours: 2318 hours (Hanuman log remotely accessed by Royal Huisman on April 24, 2012)
AUXILIARY MACHINERY & ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
generators: 2 x Kohler 40EFOZD 40 kW diesel-driven generators
generator hours: PS: 4104 hours; SB: 3565 hours (as of April 24, 2012)
electrical system: 230/400 VAC-50Hz parallel 3-phase system, Power Management System, 1 x Off-line UPS system, 2 x Starting battery banks, 1 x Radio battery bank, 1 x Shore converter
converter: 1 x static converter (Exendis, Marpower SPC II 30, Input voltage 208 – 500 VAC three-phase, Input frequency 40 to 70 Hz, Output 400 VAC three phase & neutral, 50 Hz, 36kVA), equipped with an auto-ranging input section. This converter is be capable of handling a wide range of input voltages and frequencies. The remote controls of the inverter are integrated in the Alarm and Monitoring system. 25m shore connection cable. Socket located in the lazarette.
fuel: 8,240 litres
water: 2,900 litres
black / grey water: 1,700 litres
hydraulic oil: 465 litres
steering system: Mechanically and hydraulically operated steering system, 1 x outside steering station, Autopilot: Segatron
bow thrusters: Hundested, FT 2 R hinged – 38 kW (~50 HP)
black water system: Hamann Mini Compact treatment unit
HVAC: Ventilation system with fan coils on deck and a recirculation system with fancoils in the cabins
watermaker: HEM 20/1200, capacity 4,500 liters / day
VHF: Icom IC-M603 en IC-M503
Iridium satellite telephone system: Sailor SC4000
fleet broad band: Sailor FB250
telephone exchange: Panasonic
mobile phones GSM: Sagem Telsat
satcom Vsat: 2406
navigation system: B&G H3000 WTP2
automation / computer system: Based on Schneider Electric PLC's and Beckhoff IO with on top of this network a PC based Alarm and Monitoring system.
On the Alarm and Monitoring system the complete ship’s automation can be monitored and controlled.
software: RHS Alarm and Monitoring system (A&M) based on Citect, RHS Yacht Administration System (YAS), MS Windows platform, Mac OS, ITunes
gyro compass: C. Plath, SR2100
radar / charts: Nobeltec Admiral
GPS / AIS: Furuno GP32 / FA150
Navtex receiver: Furuno NX700A
sailing instruments/log: Complete B&G Hydra 3000 WTP2 sail monitoring system, consisting of: 1 x WTP2 processor unit, 2 x NMEA FFDs, located out of sight at the navigation station, 11 x GFD repeaters; 7 x GFD’s on deck, 1 x GFD in one of the crew cabins, 1 x GFD in the mess, 2 x GFD’s at the navigation station. 4 x 40/40 displays, 1 x race tablet, race version 3000 with tactical software, 1 x analog repeater, 1 x analog clock 360º in the navigation station, 1 x mast head unit, vertical type, 1080mm, 1 x combined speed/seawater temperature sensor on the centerline, 2 x depth transducers; one on PS side, one on SB side, 1 x heel angle sensor, 1 x barometric air pressure sensor, 1 x air temperature sensor, 1 x gravity switch
The radar and sat dome and the applicable brackets in the mast can be removed for race mode.
Office equipment at navigation station in addition to navigation equipment:
3 x computers, Mini Pc, Quibus Q1. USB RF Keyboard, GKM-700. 2 x flat screen LCD display 17”, Eizo, FlexScan L560T-C. 2 x trackballs, Mulder Hardenberg.
Printer / Scanner, Business Officejet 6310 All-in-1. The printer is connected to the network. This means that it is possible to use this printer from every computer onboard. Laptops can also print by use of the wireless LAN connection on the printer. The printer can be used for printing, faxing, copying and scanning.
deck hardware: Custom by Rondal
hatches: Custom by Rondal
winches: Harken racing winches
insulation: Lightweight insulation package
anchors system: Steen 23-9 size 6 hydraulic driven anchor winch, 1 x 300 lbs Pool TW bow anchor stored in a deck locker, 1 x Fortress FX125 stern anchor
4 x Zodiac Extreme Slimpack life rafts for six persons, flat pack containers are stowed in a free-floating position, two on each side of the vessel completed with approved emergency package (SOLAS A pack). The life rafts are readily transferable to both sides of the yacht from the decklockers on the aft deck.
2 x waterproof Grab bag, in the lazarette, each containing the following:
One SART – radar transponder
One distress signal set
One waterproof handheld VHF and spare battery
Radar transponder (SART), ACR, type 2714
Distress signals, each set contains in one waterproof container: two orange smoke signals, six handheld red flares, four handheld rocket parachute red flares.
Waterproof handheld VHF, ACR, type 2727
Spare lithium battery (Class) , ACR, type 1066
1 x 406MHz EPIRB GlobalFix with GPS is installed on an easily accessible bracket on the back of the boom gallow in a fully enclosed polyethylene container bracket. To withstand extremely abusive environments and hydrostatic release. Will automatically deploy EPIRB if the yacht sinks. Is programmed with ship’s number “Maritime Mobile Service Identity” (MMSI). ACR, type 2742
2 x horseshoe lifebuoys complete with light, are mounted on the back of the boom gallow. Baltic (White), type 8560. Strobe light, Jotron, type F4
1 x Man Overboard Module is mounted PS on the railing. Jon Buoy, Recovery module Jon 1000
2 x line throwers are stored in a deck locker near the deckhouse. Comet, type 9160400
14 x lifejackets with harness, are fitted with a light and whistle, manual or hammer hydrostatic operation and are stowed in lockers on both sides of the deckhouse. Falcon SOLAS, type 275N with sprayhood.
14 x safety harnesses onboard. Wichard, type 9-7008
The fire fighting / deck wash system is integrated into the bilge system and consists of a shared general service pumps and a fire main with branches to the fire fighting connections. Connections will be equipped with a fire cock and a Storz coupling to connect the fire fighting hose. Two fire fighting/deck wash connections on deck and one fire fighting connection in the engine room.
Deck wash / Fire fighting pump, Azcue, type CA 50/3, capacity approx. 16 m3/hr at 2.8 bar
3 x high quality hoses (brand: Ajax), 10 bar pressure tested, all are provided with jet nozzles with spray pattern and “twist-to-start” operation.
Interior compartments are equipped with six fire extinguishers (brand: Ajax) at readily accessible and clearly marked positions.
Engine room, galley and lazarette to be equipped with one 5 kg CO² extinguisher each.
1 x fire blanket is handily placed close to the stove in the galley.
All medical equipment is part of the owner’s supplied items. One first aid kit is placed in the galley.
Novec 1230 fire fighting system for engine room. Portable fire extinguishers for accommodation and engine room.
AUDIOVISUAL & ENTERTAINMENT
HANUMAN is executed with a centralized server (LaCie, capacity 4x 6TB) with a iTunes library for streaming audio or video at the locations below.
owner’s cabin: Apple I-Pod & docking station, Amplifier, Parasound, Z-amp V.3, stereo, Two speakers, Monitor Audio, Pro-lc, Apple Mac Mini, Connections for LCD display 32” (Sharp, LC32X20E was not installed)
both guest cabins: Apple I-Pod & docking station, Amplifier, Parasound, Z-amp V.3, stereo, Two speakers, Monitor Audio, Pro-lc, Apple Mac Mini
salon: Apple I-Pod & docking station, Amplifier, Parasound, Z-amp V.3, stereo, Four speakers, Monitor Audio, Pro-lc, LCD display 42”, Sharp, LC42XL2E, Apple Mac Mini.
crew mess: Apple I-Pod & docking station, Amplifier, Parasound, Z-amp V.3, stereo, Two speakers, Monitor Audio, Pro-lc, Subwoofer, Monitor Audio, Radius R60, LCD display 32”, Sharp, LC32X20E, Apple Mac Mini.
deck cockpit: Two speakers, JBL, EON 15
deckhouse: Apple Mac Mini
On board the crew has to deal with a variety of critical data, which require a safe and automated control of all mechanical and electrical systems. To simplify operations and replace vulnerable hardwired circuits a centralized custom Royal Huisman "Alarm and Monitoring system” is installed using real-time analog and digital data acquisition. The system consists of a series of integrated networks: sail controls, navigation, communication and computerized mechanical controls for the engines, generators and internal environment. Via a master computer system, all data or graphics are displayed on-call on flat screen monitors. The presentation of this data and the sending of alarms in case of a fault will be performed by the Alarm and Monitoring system. The Alarm and Monitoring system makes information available on onboard computers with displays installed at the navigation station, in the crew mess, the engine room and at the steering station. Also the display at the outside steering station of Hanuman can be operated as touch screen as well as by trackball.
main galley: Cooking hob, gimballing, Miele KM 5732, Electric oven, gimballing, Miele H 4250 B, Fan hood, Gaggenau AH 198-170, Microwave combi, Miele H4020 BM, Dishwasher, Miele G7856 AE SST
Entering Hanuman through the deckhouse looks as if it may have been directly transplanted from the 1937 design to protect guests from the elements in comfort & style.
Internally the polished French walnut paneling and blue striped seat cushions are further reminders of the classic heritage as you descend the elegant staircase to stand on floors made from American walnut. A twin guest cabin to port and a starboard double cabin both contain marble en suite showers and are divided by a hallway that focus the eye towards the main salon.
To starboard the very comfortable satee provides seating for six with fluted column bookcases and an inlaid walnut burl coffee table, on the port side of the main salon is a matching dining table with six comfortable upholstered chairs. Each corner contains a curved and lit glass fronted cabinets which display wine glasses and tasteful silver service items.
Coming aft you reach the navigation station containing the vital communications and radio links, while remaining home to world code flags. Opening the door to a full beam master cabin with a cantilevering king bed creates an illusion of space far greater than the slender hull lines.
The starboard side contains a comfortable satee with a walnut burl top dresser on port, the master suite is completed with a marbled en suite shower and two large wardrobes. The interior accommodation is very impressive with off white deck heads throughout, antique mirrors, docks for ipod controls, and air conditioned.
Avon 410 Adventure with Yamaha four stroke outboard engine, 40HP.
Rondal Carbon fiber mast and slab reef boom.
I 41.66 m / 136.68 ft
P 48.18 m / 158.07 ft
E 18.80 m / 61.68 ft
J 16.42 m / 53.85 ft
Air draft 52.85 m / 173.39 ft (excl. arials)
CRUISING SAIL AREAS
Main sail 499 m²
Storm trysail 113 m²
Delivery main 271 m²
Yankee 230 m²
Cruising staysail 123 m²
Storm jib 51 m²
Mainsails (North Sails):
1 x 3DL Cruising Sail 2009
1 x 3DL Race Main 2010
1 x paneled Delivery Main
#3 Cruising jib for Furler 2011
Yankee (2009) & Staysail (2009) cruising sails for race headstay
#1 3DI 2012
#1 3DL 2009
#2 3DL 2009
#3 3DL 2009
Genoa Staysail 3DL 2010
Spinnaker Staysail 3DL on Furler 2012
2 x 4A 2009,2010
2 x 1A 2009,2010
1 x 3A 2009
1 x 2A 2009
1 x 2S 2012
1 storm Jib 2009
1 storm staysail 2009
standing rigging: EC 6 Carbon composite rigging and Kevlar backstays
running rigging: Vectran and Dyneema ropes
Full set up for Cruising
Full Race setup with spares for most
2 spin poles one two piece for shipment in container and second normal full length.
2 spin jockey poles
Rig pulled and all rigging sent back to Southern in 2011
owner: 1 Master cabin
guest cabins: 1 Double cabin, 1 Twin cabin
crew: 8 in 4 cabins
HANUMAN is the modern recreation of the 41.3m (135’5”) “Super-J” Class Endeavour II.
Hanuman: The Name. Hanuman, the mighty ape that aided Lord Rama in his expedition against evil forces, is one of the most popular idols in the Hindu pantheon. Believed to be an avatar of Lord Shiva, Hanuman is worshiped as a symbol of physical strength, perseverance and devotion. Hanuman in Hindu mythology jumped across the sea, and is descended from the wind god.
The World Superyacht Awards 2010: Winner “SAILING YACHT OF THE YEAR”. Judges' Comments: Chosen from among the three award winners in the sailing yacht classes, the judges felt that the combination of beauty and extremely high quality of construction concentrated in HANUMAN made her a worthy winner of the title Sailing Yacht of the Year.
The World Superyacht Awards 2010: Joint Winner “BEST SAILING YACHT 30M – 44M”. Judges' Comments: The finalists in this class were a diverse group of yachts: Chrisco, Indio and Liara representing the 'modern high-tech'; Bliss and Cinderella the heavier displacement world cruising yachts; while Hanuman and Jazz Jr. kept the elegant flag of classicism aloft. Discussion was intense, with the difficulties of making fair comparison continually highlighted. The resolution was by secret ballot in which six aspects of design and build were marked. The result was, surprisingly, a draw, with the Royal Huisman-built Hanuman, a modern recreation of Tom Sopwith's fast and elegant J-Class America's Cup contender, Endeavour II, sharing first place with Indio, a high-tech, lightweight and high-performance 100-foot sloop designed by German Frers and built by Wally Yachts. Two diametrically opposite designs recognised for their individual merits.
She is race-prepared and ready to perform
These particulars have been prepared by Y.CO from information provided by the seller’s and are intended as a general guide to the vessel. Y.CO cannot, however, be liable for any inaccuracy. It is up to the purchaser to confirm details of concern to him by survey, inspection and/or enquiry of the seller and to ensure that the purchase contract properly reflects his concern and specific details upon which he may rely. Y.CO always advises an independent survey.