This preliminary short specification sets forward the requirements of a performance sailing yacht,
capable of ocean voyages and extensive cruising on high seas. Welded aluminum hull and superstructure
construction. All exterior decks are covered with teak. The yacht will be built/ outfitted according to
Lloyd’s Classification and Large Yacht Code (LY2) requirements.
All mentioned data and equipment are subject to availability and final lay-out of the general arrangement
plan and are indicative only.
1.2 Main Dimensions
Length overall (L.O.A.) : 30.75 m. 100’ 9”
Beam (moulded) : 7.58 m. 24’ 9”
Draft full load : 3.50-5.10 m. 11’ 9” - 16’7”
Mainsail : 268 m2
Jib 102% : 220 m2
Gennaker : 511 m2
Storm jib : 22 m2
Try sail : 50 m2
Naval Architecture : Frers Naval Architects
Interior and Exterior styling : RhoadesYoung / Frers
Builder : Jongert Shipyard
Fuel : approx. 5.500 l. 1.453 Gal.
Fresh water : approx. 3.000 l. 0.793 Gal.
Wastewater : approx. 900 l. 238 Gal.
Hull speed : 13 knots.
Classification : Lloyd’s Register of Shipping
Notation : 100 A1, SSC, Yacht, Mono G3 hull certificate
Flag : Cayman Islands
Administration : LY2 (MCA short range)
Number of passengers : Maximum of 12 passengers (incl 4 crew)
1.6 Owner’s Supplies
Jongert Shipyard shall install, sea fasten and store in a suitable manner on board of the yacht at proper
time, the below specified. Suitable lockers, drawers or chocks and brackets to be provided.
The sea fastening and/ or installation of Owner’s Supplied items marked with an “(*)” are for the account
of the purchaser.
- (DW) Tender;
- (LW) Navigation charts and instruments and chart room items, pilots, almanacs, books, binoculars, chart table equipment and flags (*);
- (LW) Stationary and booklets (*);
- (DW) Tools and toolboxes excluding as supplied by manufacturers (*);
- (DW) Spares materials (except those which are required by classification (*);
- (DW) Workshop equipment, if not specified otherwise (*);
- (LW) Cleaning equipment and materials (*);
- (LW) Silverware, cutlery, glassware and china(*)
- (LW) Loose galley equipment, such as pots, pans, cooking tools (*);
- (LW) Galley portable items such as toasters, slicing machines, mixers, coffee machines and coffee makers etc. (*);
- (LW) Crockery (*);
- (LW) Custom hardware for the interior and / or exterior furniture where considered as works of art; (*);
- (LW) Interior design package;
- (LW) Table, bed linen (oriental) rugs, bedspreads, pillows, towels, linens (*);
- (LW) Works of art, decorative items and antiques, sculptures, table accessories and other decorative displays, ashtrays and vases etc. (*); (installation and sea fasting of custom made or integrated special works of art are excluded);
- (LW) Lamps, table lights, special floor lights, reading lights and chandeliers;
- Flag registration (*);
- (LW) Personal (Owner’s / staff) computers, fileserver, printers(*);
- (LW) I-pod’s, software and accessories (*);
- (LW) All (specialized) medical equipment, surgical equipment and supplies, except for those required by classification(*);
- (LW) Exterior loose furniture like tables, chairs, sun beds, parasols/awnings, etc. including covers(*);
- (LW) Interior loose furniture (*), only “heavy articles”;
- (DW) Consumables and stores at delivery of the yacht except consumables required for trials (*);
- (DW) CD’s, DVD’s, movie contents (*);
- (DW) Awnings;
- All subscriptions (e.g. television, internet, satellite communication providers, telephone providers etc. );
- (DW) Night vision equipment (*)
Items marked with (LW) are part of the light ship weight.
Items marked with (DW) are part of the dead weight of the yacht, a total of 3.500 kg is reserved for these
Tenders (Owner’s supply)
One guest tender on the foredeck, type “ Jet Tender 14 “ .
2 HULL, SUPERSTRUCTURE AND PAINTWORK
The hull will be an all welded aluminum construction. In general the hull will be build based on a
lightweight combined transverse and longitudinal framing system, according LRS SSC regulations, with
additional longitudinal stiffening in the forward slamming area where required.
The keel will be a “lift keel” hydraulic operated in order to reduce the draught.
The deck construction will be locally reinforced in way of bollards, mast collar etc.
The superstructure, will be a welded aluminum construction welded to the hull.
The paint system of the area under the waterline will be a paint system of Awl Grip® or equal.
All surfaces to be high gloss finish with exception of deck house ceilings which will have a matt finish.
The interior paint system shall be a system of Hasco, or equal.
3.1 Stern door, Windows and Portholes,
Stern door/ Swimming Platform
A folding stern platform will be installed. This platform will act as: a swim platform, as mooring area for tenders, and launching and retrieving for the tender.
The superstructure will have continuous windows along the side as reflected on the General Arrangement Plan. The windows will be glued flush in the superstructure and will be of gray tinted glass. Thickness of the glass will be according to the Classification Society.
Portholes will be fitted as shown on the General Arrangement Plan. Portholes will be not to open and glued in a recess in the hull. The bottom of this recess is angled down to prevent collecting of water.
4 DECK EQUIPMENT AND REMAINING OUTFIT
4.1 Steering Equipment
A mechanical system will be installed. Stainless steel wheels, including mechanical lock, with emergency steering in the lazarette.
Two (2) semi-balanced spade rudders.
A hydraulic operated pivoting bow thruster will be installed of approx 40 kW.
Make Hydromar or equal.
4.2 Anchor and Mooring Equipment
One hydraulic anchor winch with gipsy, chain roller and stopper will be installed below the foredeck. The
yacht will have an anchor manipulator which swings the anchor from below deck to the anchoring position .
One (1) CQR type bow anchor, weight according classification society with corresponding U2 galvanized anchor chain.
One (1) Fortres anchor stored in the fore peak.
The yacht will be provided with eight (8) stainless steel pop-up cleats.
4.4 Winches and Sheet System
The winches and sheet system will be installed according the sail and deck plan.
Make Harken or equal.
Mainsheet captive winch
Mainhalyard captive winch
Jipsheet captive winch
Gennakerscheet/mooring deck winch (H)
Jibhalyard deck winch (H)
Gennakerhalyard deck winch (H)
4.5 Mast and Rigging
Mast and Boom
On the yacht a carbon fiber mast and boom will be installed for a fully batten in-boom furling main sail.
The standing rigging will be executed in nitronic-rod, dimensions as per rigging plan.
All Dyneema halyards and sheets are spliced and ends finished with reaving eyes or whipping.
The yacht will be equipped with three Reckmann hydraulic furlers.
4.6 Deck Covering
All Exterior decks will be covered with teak. Teak deck with margin planks around the perimeter of the
superstructure. The thickness of the teak deck will be 12 mm.
As indicated on the General Arrangement Plan.
5.2 Galley Equipment.
The galley will be fully equipped for a full complement of both guests and crew.
Refrigerator and freezer, cooking appliances, dishwasher and was- and drying equipment will be provide.
6 ELECTRIC AND ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
6.1 Electricity and generator
In general the electrical installation will be divided in a 230V / 400V AC 50 Hz system and a 24V DC system
mainly for navigation lights and electronics.
The 230V / 400V AC distribution will be executed as a 3-phase or/or system.
The 24V-DC system will be a complete 2-pole floting system.
Maintenance free service battery set, 24V/1500 Ah
Maintenance free start battery set, 24V/265 Ah
A shore connection will be installed with a capacity of 35 KVA 3 phase 400V AC 50Hz 63A.
One (1) Kohler generator will be installed, 28 kW, 3 phase, to provide the 230/400V-AC system.
6.2 Communication, Navigation and Entertainment Systems
One (1) computer network will control the electronic system on board. The following network can be
Alarm Monitoring Control System
Alarm, monitoring and control, power management system, tank sounding, etc.
The owner’s cabins, main salon/dining and crew’s mess will be provided with Bose audio equipment and Sharp LCD screens.
2x VHF/DSC Sailor RT-6222 or equal
1x GSM Sagem / Dr.Heuhaus or equal
1x Fleet Fleet 33
1x PABX Panasonic PABX or equal
1x FAX HP Office jet 4215/NL
1x Computer A communication computer
1x Radar Furuno 1944 or equal
2x Compass Magnetic compass
1x Electric Compass Furuno PG500 or equal
1x Sailing Computer Furuno FI50 or equal
1x GPS Furuno GP-32 or equal
1x Computer A maritime industrial sailing computer
1x Navtex Furuno or equal
6.3 Alarm and Monitoring system
For controlling, monitoring and alarms of functions throughout the yacht, the yacht will be provided with
a PLC-based alarm- and monitoring system. The monitoring system will be operated by means of three (2)
One (1) MAN D2866LXE40-rated diesel engine, 279 kW at 1800 rpm.
Gearbox for Main Engine
One (1) ZF 325-1A.
One (1) “variable” Maxprop / Gori
The bilge system which will be installed on board consists of:
One (1) 400v-50 Hz, electric driven bilge pump.
One (1) bilge pump driven by the main engine.
One (1) reverse osmosis water maker will be installed in the engine room. Producing a total of 3000 liter/day. The membranes will be installed in a location outside the engine room. Make H.E.M. or equal, including a sand filter; charcoal filter and chlorifier.
Hot water system
Hot water will be supplied by one (1) 205 liter boiler with a separate "Elkassete" heating element and one (1) circulation pump.
A sewage treatment plant, make Hamann (Super Mini plus-frame) or equal.
9 VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING
Fresh Air supply
Fresh air will be taken in from the main mast and will be distributed by means of 2 ventilators and will be led to the air conditioning fan coil units in order to enter the interior.
Each cabin will be equipped with suitable Cruisair / MarineAir or equal, fan coils. All cabins, which are foreseen with fan coils, will be controlled with a digital control.
By means of chill chasers in fan coils.