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- Engine/Fuel Type:
- Single / diesel
- Located In:
- Nantucket, MA
- Hull Material:
- Current Price:
- US$ 3,900,000
The design brief for the Friendship 75, ISABEL, called for the largest yacht that can easily be handled by owners and guests without the need for professional crew. ISABEL fulfills all expectations in elegant style, with a classic profile that turns heads in every port, a powerful rig that serves up exhilarating performance and a sail-plan that is engineered to be fully managed from the helm. She has two equal Owner/VIP staterooms offering Superyacht amenities and complete privacy, plus a third stateroom for additional guests or children while voyaging or for crew when in charter mode. On deck and below, the detailing aboard ISABEL is sublime, with broad expanses of clear teak decks, accented with bright varnished teak trim and an ergonomic cockpit layout that offers absolute comfort, protection and ease of sail handling underway and sumptuous relaxation & dining in port.
For complete details please contact Central Agent Hank Halsted CPYB at Cell: 401 965 3256 Northrop and Johnson, Newport office, 401 848 5500. To receive more information by email: email@example.com
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Please contact Hank Halsted at 401-848-5500
Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Builder: Friendship Yachts
Designer: Fontaine Design Group
Flag of Registry: United States
LOA: 75 ft 0 in
Beam: 19 ft 1 in
Minimum Draft: 7 ft 1 in
Maximum Draft: 15 ft 5 in
Displacement: 108676 lbs
Total Power: 250 HP
Engine Brand: Lugger
Engine Model: L1066H
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine/Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Hours: 2200
Engine Power: 250 HP
Cruising Speed: 8 knots
Maximum Speed: 10 knots
Fuel Tanks: (540 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 2 (30 Gallons)
Number of twin berths: 1
Number of double berths: 2
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 3
Wind speed and direction
Electric bilge pump
Fresh water maker
Shore power inlet
A key element of ISABEL’s classic appeal is the clear and uncluttered broad expanse of her teak decks, with flush mounted hatches for accessing storage, anchoring and deck gear. Her low profile pilothouse protects the cockpit with a full dodger and bimini with removable panels for all sides, to accommodate all weather situations. Her raised coach roof follows the sheer line and creates the exceptional headroom in her cabins fore and aft, while housing eight large stainless steel hatches to conduct light and abundant ventilation below decks.
Aft in the cockpit, the full-width helm seat allows easy access to all sail handling controls and unrestricted visibility of the sail-plan and horizon. Forward of the helm, two ‘L’ shaped settees offer comfortable seating for 6-8 guests underway, and custom varnished teak tables for dining.
ISABEL’s interior layout is crafted of raised and fielded, varnished teak panels with Edwardian styled finish details, masterfully crafted to create a sense living within a fine furniture environment. The same elegant simplicity of ISABEL’s classic exterior lines is carried through the interior layout, reinforced by the discipline of refusing to overfill the spaces aboard. The perception of open space is accentuated in all cabin spaces, from the exceptional height in the main salon with the full width forward pilothouse windows above, to the sophisticated use of hull port lights throughout the yacht to enhance her already exceptional beam width.
Forward of the cockpit, the low profile PILOTHOUSE, provides unobstructed 360 degree visibility from the dining area to port, a complete office/navigation station to starboard and the wet bar area aft to starboard. This area is very much a social extension of the protected cockpit, only three steps up and aft.
The pilothouse adjoins the MAIN SALON four steps below, the visual effect of which is none short of expansive, because of the large pilothouse windows above the staircase. The formal dining table is to starboard with seating for six, china and glassware storage forward and bookshelves above. To port there is a full settee outboard, cocktail table, easy chair and 37” LCD Sony Bravia w/HD tuner on the forward bulkhead. Craftsmanship abounds, from the inlaid marquetry in both salon tables to the fluted columns, beveled glass cabinets, scalloped stainless drawer pulls and custom machined stainless ‘fiddles’ to secure the bookshelves.
The MASTER STATEROOM is aft and full width of the yacht, with a king size berth on centerline, settees outboard port and starboard and an abundance of stowage in drawers, lockers and hanging lockers. Four hull ports and three opening hatches to the deck above provide plenty of natural light and ventilation. The head and stall shower are in separate compartments on opposite sides at the forward end of the stateroom.
The VIP GUEST STATEROOM is forward, with a King size centerline berth, couches port and starboard, drawer, locker and hanging locker stowage, hull port lights and large opening hatch to the forward coachroof. The features of this stateroom are very close to those of the Master, including the separate shower and head compartments, each with an opening hatch above.
The THIRD GUEST or CREW STATEROOM is amidships to starboard with two comfortable single berths, drawer and locker stowage, two hull ports and an ensuite head and stall shower.
The GALLEY is aft of the salon to port, with Silestone countertops, custom built refrigeration and freezer with holdover plates, gimbal propane stove, oven and extractor hood. The galley is detailed with all equipment for professional cooking aboard, with an abundance of cabinet and counter space.
Four burnerTechimpex Propane Marine Range, gimbaled, with oven and broiler
GE Spacemaker II
Fisher Paykel DS605FD
Hull & Deck
Fiberglass composite hull and deck with Polyester & Vinylester resin over foam core, with ring frames, stringers and local reinforcement in high stress areas. The deck is covered in teak planking with black Sikaflex seaming.
Keel & Centerboard:
The fin keel and rudder skeg are molded with the hull and the lead ballast is encapsulated within the keel. The keel houses a retractable centerboard, fabricated of fiberglass over foam core with a carbon fiber spar for stiffness and leading edge of Kevlar. The centerboard pennant is located to the engine room and operated by manual winch.
Rudder & Steering:
The rudder has a 150mm carbon fiber stock and PVC foam core with Jefa upper and lower bearings and custom fabricated pintal. Manual drag-link steering system with torque tubes and link rod and tiller arm. Jefa steering wheel. The steering system was fully serviced, winter 2015.
(4) Fixed, laminated & chemically hardened, with UV coating
(10) by Manship, all with gas strut/risers
(13) by Stainless DownUnder
Imtra IML underwater
Lugger L1066H, 6 cylinder marine diesel, 250 hp @ 2200 RPM
2,200 hours 5/2016
Twin Disc MG 5075A, 2.53:1
Racor Duplex fuel/water
10 Knots cruising
Propeller(s) & Shaft:
Bruntons Varifold, 32”
Centik Lift Silencer & Water separator with excess cooling water exit through engine room & exhaust at transom
Delta T intake blower; 350 CFM
Delta T exhaust blower; 737 CFM
Major sound attenuation with 24mm subdue barrier ply, 80mm rockwool, 4mm barry foil, 25mm glass wool covered with 3mm sound alloy lining.
Fresh Water System:
(4) Hercules welded polypropylene tanks with total capacity 441 gallons w/inspection plates and Bep Marine Matrix gauges
Headhunter X-caliber, 24 VDC freshwater pump delivers 45 PSI.
Headhunter IS750 pre-strainer
Seagull IV water purifier at Galley sink
Seaward HF2200/50, 20 gallon water heater, powered by 220 VAC or heat exchanger
Gray water system:
(3) Gray water tanks for showers, basins and washing machine pump overboard or by deck fitting pump-out
Black water/holding Tank:
(2) Hercules welded polyethylene black water tanks, (30 & 32 gallons) with SeaLand 24 VDC discharge pump. SeaLand and Tank Watch 4 monitoring gauges
(2) Techma Silence Plus, fresh water electric
(1)Techma Silence Short, fresh water electric
(8) Self contained reverse cycle AC systems by Marine Air; Forward Cabin 16,000 BTU, Main salon (2) 10,000 BTU, Pilothouse 12,000 BTU, Crew Cabin 8,000 BTU, Galley 10,000 BTU, Aft Cabin (2) 10,000 BTU
Via Marine Air Reverse Cycle
All refrigeration is by Isotherm, Compact Magnum, with hold-over plates
Galley: (2) refrigerator and (1) freezer front loading SS compartments
Pilothouse: (1) Wine cooler box for 12 bottles
Cockpit: (2) under-seat cold storage drink boxes
Sea Recovery Ultra Whisper, Modular 600-1
(3) 10# Worthington aluminum propane bottles with LPG manifold system and remote solenoid switch in the galley.
(2) 24 VDC, 2000 GPH, 1-1/8” dia bilge pumps with Rule RU-12 Ultra Multi Channel Monitor: (1) Whale Gusher 10 MK III, 19 GPM manual bilge pump, cockpit mounted
(1) Oberdorfer OB 501J-05 Engine driven 62 GPM, manual clutch emergency bilge pump
Lewmar Commander 900 24 VDC powers the following:
Headsail furler, Anchor launcher, P & S Foredeck winches, Main Halyard winch, Boom furler and lock, Mainsheet winch.
Lewmar #300TTE 48 VDC, 20 hp tunnel thruster
Separate systems for main accessories, deck winches & windlasses, bow thruster, engine & generator starting and navigation electronics.
1250 Amp Hour House/Service Batteries at 24 Volts.
(12) 2 volt batteries for accessories; (4) 6 volt batteries plus (4) 6 volt batteries for winches, windlass & thruster, (2) 24 volt batteries engine/generator start, (1) 12 volt for electronics
Leese Neville 24 volt, 175 amp alternator, engine mounted
120/220 VAC, 60 Hz single phase
Northern Lights 20 KWH, #M 844LW, 1800 rpm generator 1,675 hours 5/2016
Shore Power System:
Mastervolt 24/4000/117 VAC, 60 Hz shore charger/inverter, via 50 amp Hubbell cord
Galvanic Isolator is connected to the Dynoplate mounted in bow thruster tunnel.
Copper lightning air terminal at masthead, (2) lightning spark plates at waterline and (1) Copper ground plates below waterline, all connected by heavy gauge copper.
Speed & Wind Instruments:
Brookes & Gatehouse Hydra 3000 wind, speed & depth sensors (8) B&G Hydra 3000 displays
ICOM IC M-504 in Pilothouse w/cockpit remote
Garmin 5212 Pilothouse & helm
Garmin 5212 Pilothouse & helm
Simrad AP 24 with AC 20 CPU, Pilothouse & helm
KVH Trac Phone FB 250
Furuno FA 150
Main Salon TV:
Sony Bravia w/HD tuner 37”
Master Stateroom TV:
Sony Bravia 32” w/HD tuner 32”
Guest Stateroom TV:
Sony Bravia w/HD tuner 26”
KVH Trac Vision M3
AT&T Peplink 3G
Yacht Spot WiFi
Mast, Rigging & Sail Handling
7/8 Carbon Sloop rig by Hall Spars Carbon spars by Southern/Hall spars with triple airfoil spreaders, Navtec stainless rod rigging to navtec tensioners with stainless steel covers. Southern/Hall spars in-boom furling system and in-boom hydraulic furling motor and lock. Reckmann hydraulic furling headstay, five halyards and topping lift. In Boom furling by Oceanfurl. All sail handling functions are controlled from the helm; all mainsail functions including captive reel halyard and main sheet, plus headsail deployment and furling. Genoa sheets are within arm’s reach. There is also a remote for the mainsail hoist/boom lock. 2016 Complete rig refit by Rig Pro; sheave boxes rebuilt, all components fully inspected and replaced as necessary with all new running rigging as well.
Hall Oceanfurl & Reckmann RF 90-3
Navtec cockpit panel for boomvang & backstay
(2)Lewmar #77 CCEST Primary Cockpit
(3)Lewmar #68 CCEST Secondary Cockpit
(2)Lewmar Hydraulic Captive, Main Sheet & Main Halyard
(2)Lewmar #66 CCEST Genoa & Spinnaker/Utility Halyards
Mast tracks & Cars:
Genoa Tracks & Cars:
All sails loft maintained annually
Mainsail, in boom furling
Passarelle & Boarding Equipment:
Custom GMT carbon fiber Passarelle & Side Boarding Ladder
Full cockpit cushions, with seat-backs secured with Sunbrella cushions and open pore foam to promote drainage. Various director chairs & folding deck chairs
Dodgers & Deck Canvas:
Cockpit dodger with zip window and wing extensions P&S. Full cockpit Bimini over SS frame with integral lighting. Removable side curtains and back create a complete enclosure.
Delta Stainless 110 lb anchor in roller/launcher
Fortress FX 85 secondary
Fortress FX 23 stern anchor
Chain & Rode:
100M of 13mm hi-tensile galvanized anchor chain
200’ anchor rode of 1” nylon, 3 strand, with 13mm chain
150’ anchor rode of 5/8” nylon 3 strand with 20’ galvanized chain
Custom stainless steel anchor platform & pulpit stows below deck, operates hydraulically and locks into position for anchor deployment
(2) Lewmar V6 w/1/2” chain gypsea
(6) Taylor Made 12”X34” fenders w/Maine Point covers
(6) Nylon docklines
13.5’ Zodiac soft bottom inflatable yacht tender
Yamaha 40hp 4 stroke outboard (2015)
Fresh water, Groco 7.0 GPM, foredeck locker &Lazarette shower
Salt water, Groco 7.0 GPM, foredeck locker
(2) Six man Solas B Liferafts stowed in purpose built lockers on aft deck with hydrostatic release.
(10) Manual 2-3/4# dry chemical fire extinguishers each aft
SeaFire Automatic/ engine room fire extinguisher with heat activated fire dampers to close ventilation in case of fire
MOM 8 inflatable MOB device
(12) Type I
(12) Inflatable safety harnesses w/jackline
USCG Safety Gear:
Fully in compliance
6 SOLAS handheld; 6 SOLAS rocket parachute; 6 Orange Smoke
Simply stated, ISABEL is a proper yacht in every sense of the term. Her elegant lines, bright varnish and teak decks, combined with her fine furniture interior, create a visual feast from all perspectives. Designed as an owner operated yacht, she delivers thoroughbred performance, effortlessly. She is equally well suited as a world voyaging family yacht, charter yacht or seasonal cruising yacht. Her 7’1” centerboard up draft allows her to visit ports unavailable to most yachts of her size. ISABEL has always been maintained by her build Captain, to the absolute highest yacht standards. She is available for inspection in southern New England, by appointment.
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.