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YATE A TERMINAR CONSTRUCCIÓN
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- EUR 1,340,000 (US$ 1,580,798)
46m/150ft aluminium motor sailor
BARCO A TERMINAR CONSTRUCCIÓN.
1) Estructura de aluminio tal cual esta PVP : 1.340.000e
2) Proyecto terminado y barco en el agua : CONSULTAR
NOTA : El PVP del punto ( 2 ) dependerá del país en que se termine y su calidad de acabados
Eslora total: 46 m
Eslora de casco: 45,145 m
Eslora de flotación: 38 m
Manga.: 9,515 m
Calado (Min&Máx): 3,4 - 6,4 m
Desplazamiento: 260 Tm
Motor: 2 x 725 Hp
Agua: 9400 lt
Fuel: 40000 lt
Superficie de vela: 880 m²
DATOS DE PROYECTO.
El aparejo de carbono ( cutter - Style rig) y la botavara enrollable portan 880 m² de vela y aseguran unas prestaciones excitantes a vela a pesar de su tamaño.
En el fly-bridge de 60' se colocan las consolas de mando, zonas de descanso, solarium y jacuzzi.
Bajo cubierta a proa se coloca un tender de 19' que se bota al agua , mediante grúa oculta para liberar el espacio en forma de piscina.
El espejo de popa se abre como plataforma de baño y aloja otro tender de 16'.
Una orza de operación neumática mantiene el calado bajo en puerto (3.4 m) y desciende para aumentar las prestaciones a vela en navegación (6.40 m) Toda la maniobra está automatizada.
La manga contenida asegura una buenas prestaciones tanto a vela como a motor con una velocidad de 14 nudos
mediante dos motores Caterpillar 725 Hp. en el proyecto y que se estima que con estos dos motores dara una velocidad de crucero de :
engines for a cruising speed of 14knots.
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Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
Beam: 9.50 m
Maximum Draft: 6.40 m
B. PROJECT ORGANIZATION
The following capitalized words shall have the following meanings throughout these Technical Specifications:
Acceptance.As defined in the Construction Agreement
Builder.The person or limited company designated as the Builder in the Construction Agreement:
Business Days.As defined in the Construction Agreement
Classification Certificate.See definition in Paragraph A.4 (Classification Requirements, Certificates and Booklets)
Classification Society.Registro Navale Italiano (RINA)
Classification Society Rules. The Special Service Craft Regulations, in the part applicable to motor yacht classification, as of the Effective Date
COLREGS.The convention on the International Regulations for preventing collisions at sea, 1972, as amended through the date the keel of the Yacht is laid
Construction Agreement.The Agreement between the Owner and the Builder dated _______________ to construct the Yacht, as such Agreement may be amended from time to time
Delivery Date.As defined in the Construction Agreement
Draft.As defined in the Classification Society Rules
Drawings.As defined in Paragraph B.3 & B.4
Effective Date.As defined in the Construction Agreement, currently ________________
Exterior Designer.Studio Scanu srl & Barracuda
Yacht Brand Name. North Wind Yachts MS/Y 45 mts
Flag Administration.The Maritime Regulatory Agency as recognized by the IMO for the Flag State
Flag State.As designated in Paragraph A.5 (Flag State), currently the United Kingdom as of the Effective Date
Full Load.100% of the maximum capacity of all tanks as determined when the Yacht has completed sea trials while carrying 1 metric ton of Owner’s kit and complement of crew, plus 21 persons
Half Load.50% of the maximum capacity of all tanks while carrying 1 metric ton of Owner’s kit and complement of crew, plus 21 persons
ICLL.International Convention on Load Lines, 1966, as amended, through the date the keel of the Yacht is laid
IMO.International Maritime Organization, 4 Albert Embankment, London, UK
Insurance.As defined in the Construction Agreement
Interior Designer.As defined in the Construction Agreement
Interior Drawings.As defined in Paragraph B.4
Interior Specifications.The specifications for the interior of the Yacht, the preliminary version of which are attached to the Construction Agreement as Appendix E.
Referrence photos: As attached to these specifications as the interior will be very similar in style to that of “Bushido”.
ITC. International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships 1969 and International Convention on Tonnage Measurement of Ships, as amended, through the date the keel of the Yacht is laid
Length Between Perpendiculars or LBP. As defined by Classification Society Rules
Length Overall or LOA.As defined by Classification Society Rules
MARPOL.The International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships 1973/1978, as amended through the date the keel of the Yacht is laid
Molded.Dimensions referring to the interior surface of the plating on the shell of the Yacht
Naval Architect.Studio Scanu srl and their representatives Barracuda yacht
Marine ProjectThe person or company in chart of the whole project North Wind Shipping.
Owner.The person or company designated as owner in the Construction Agreement with the Builder.
Owner’s Representative. Is the Marine Project (North Wind Shipping) and their representative designated under the Construction Agreement as the Owner’s Representative and their appointed representatives.
Owner’s Surveyor. Any persons appointed by North Wind Shipping and approved by the Owner to carry out surveying and inspection of the Yacht, during the construction of the Yacht, on behalf of the Owner.
Owner’s Supplies.As defined in Paragraph B.23 (Owner’s Supplies) and in the Interior Specifications
Project Manager.Any persons appointed by North Wind Shipping (NWS) and approved by the Owner as defined in the Construction Agreement
Shipyard.As defined in the Construction Agreement
SOLAS.The International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea [SOLAS 174], as amended, through the date the keel of the Yacht is laid
Technical Specifications:The specifications set forth in this set of technical specifications of the Yacht, as they may be amended from time to time pursuant to the Construction Agreement
Yacht.The vessel generally described in Section 1 (Description of the Yacht), which is being constructed by the Builder pursuant to the Construction Agreement
In the event of a conflict or discrepancy, the Construction Agreement has precedence over the Technical Specifications, the Drawings and the Interior Drawings.
In the event of a conflict or discrepancy, the requirements of the Classification Society Rules and MCA shall supersede these Technical Specifications, the Drawings, the Interior Specifications and the Interior Drawings.
The Technical Specifications have precedence over the Drawings.
The Technical Specifications have precedence over the Interior Specifications and the Interior Drawings for technical matters.
Interior Drawings signed by the Interior Designer and the Owner shall be deemed to override the Contractual Drawings in terms of final layout of the furniture.
B.3 DRAWINGS AND DESIGN DOCUMENTS
The Builder shall provide the Naval Architect with all information requested by the Naval Architect including information about co-ordination plans, service manuals, exploded drawings with indexes and parts lists, electrical and electronic drawings with parts lists of all the engineering, ship, domestic, and service components of the Yacht as far as available from the manufacturers and without excluding information related to the “as built” condition.
Numbering by the Naval Architect shall correspond with the computer file name, which consists of three digits and a set of letters. The three digits are the project number and the letters are both the identification of the computer file and of the drawing. Each revised drawing shall bear an additional capital letter, starting with A.
The Builder may add his own numbering system, but in correspondence with the Naval Architect he must use the identification used by the Naval Architect.
When Drawings are issued by any party, a sheet detailing the latest revisions is to accompany them. All parties are to be sure they are using the latest revision. In case of uncertainty, they should request the Naval Architect, Interior Designer or Builder to issue the latest information.
All parties are to issue all drawings printed on paper and as PDF (Acrobat Reader) or DWG (AutoCAD) computer files.
The Naval Architect shall deliver one copy of all the structural and technical drawings to the Builder by hand or by express courier.
On receiving the drawings the Builder shall have ten Business Days to respond in writing to the Naval Architect with any requests or objections. After this period, if no comments or requests have been received the Naval Architect shall assume that the Builder has accepted the drawings.
The Builder shall submit, by hand or by express courier, one copy of each detailed workshop joinery drawings to the Naval Architect and the Interior Designer for approval by each of them.
The Builder shall issue the Owner Representative, or, on his indication, the Naval Architect or the Owner Surveyor, copies of any detailed workshop construction drawings upon request.
Workshop Drawings issued by the Builder that have not been approved by the Owner Representative and, for the interior construction drawings, by the Interior Designer, due to outstanding comments and objections shall be deemed as not being approved by the Owner.
The Builder, Naval Architect and Interior Designer shall issue the Owner’s Representative and Owner’s Surveyor any drawing on request.
All electronically transmitted drawings generated by the Naval Architect or the Interior Designer and utilized by the Builder shall keep their original labelling and shall remain the property and copyright of the Naval Architect and the Interior Designer, respectively. See Paragraph B.26 (Copyright).
B.4 NAVAL ARCHITECT DRAWINGS
Drawings and other design documents and calculations supplied by the Naval Architect are as follows (“Drawings”):
General Design Work:
Layout of each deck in scale 1:50
Side view of the Yacht
Weight and center of gravity estimate
Tanks capacity plan
Preliminary stability calculations
Speed calculations, with a Velocity Prediction Program
Naval Architecture Package:
Equipment number calculations
Stability calculations in intact conditions, departure & arrival
Stability calculations in damaged conditions, departure & arrival
Tanks Capacity plan
Navigation lights plan
Hull Structure Package:
Hull construction longitudinals
Decks and double bottom construction
Oil tight and watertight bulkheads
Oil tight and watertight bulkheads
Engine room construction
Bow thruster structure
Propeller bracket structure
Rudders bearing structure
Hull structure, fitting out drawings.
Anchor windlass base
Garage door structure
Garage door hinges
3D hull shape in IGES format
Swimming platform fitting out
Port holes mounting
Hull windows mounting
Superstructure Construction Package:
Shapes of superstructure in 3D IGES format
Lofting plans for superstructures
Longitudinal structures of superstructure
Decks structures for superstructures
Structures, all sections, for superstructures
Structures, bulkheads, for superstructures
Sea water cooling system
Lubrication oil system
Hot and cold water system
Sewage and sanitary system
Bilge and fire system
Engine room ventilation system
Compressed air system
Diesel oil transfer
Diesel oil in engine room
Tank vent lines
Cathodic protection plan
Air conditioning system
Propulsion and Machinery:
Engine room layout
Main engine bolting down
Shafting line arrangement
Main engine exhaust system
Generator exhaust system
Typical machinery seats
Steering arrangement + emergency system
Bow thruster arrangement
Interior Fitting Out:
Technical general arrangement
Engine room ventilation ducting in superstructure
Engine room ventilation grills
Floating floor construction
Fire protection plan
Garage fitting out
Cradles for tenders
Details of fire protected bulkheads
Fan extraction system
Exterior Fitting Out:
Fixed sun shades plan
Teak deck plans
Life rafts arrangement
External ceiling panels
Cap rail details
External steering details
Tanks filling points
Built in external furniture
Navigation lights bases
Ladders and stairs
Plans for Yacht Delivery:
Instructions to the Ship Master
Tanks sounding plan
Interior Design Drawings
The Interior Designer shall:
supply the design for interior decoration at a standard of detail, accuracy and presentation at the minimum level of the current interior decoration work of the yacht Bushido;
select, with the Owner, the furniture, fixtures, and floor and window treatment for the entire Yacht;
oversee the construction of the Yacht to assure that the interiors are built pursuant to the Drawings, the Interior Designer Specifications;
B.5 “AS BUILT” DRAWINGS.
On Acceptance, the Builder shall supply the Owner with three copies of the following list of “as built” Drawings (one of which will go to the Naval Architect):
All drawings and documents supplied by the Naval Architect
All drawings and documents supplied by the Interior Designer
List of Suppliers and subcontractors with their addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers, contact persons, web sites and e-mail addresses
General Electrical Distribution Plan
Lighting Circuits Plan Lighting Panels
Dc Navigation and Emergency lighting arrangements
Shore Power Arrangement
B.6 COMPUTER FILE TRANSFER
Design information from the Naval Architect shall be available on PDF Acrobat Reader computer files or on DWG (AutoCAD) computer files.
When design information is sent electronically, the Naval Architect shall also send small-scale drawings to enable the Builder to verify that the transmission of the drawings has been properly carried out.
The Builder may request the Naval Architect to send the DWG files so that the Builder may extract dimension information from the computer files.
The Builder undertakes and represents that if the Builder edits the computer files or adds additional information, the Builder shall return to the Naval Architect the computer files containing the updated information, with the updated information clearly marked in the computer files, to enable the Naval Architect to identify the changed or additional information. All modified files must maintain the Naval Architect labels, together with the labels of the Shipyard.
B.7 BUILDING SHED
From the inception of the construction of the Yacht until no less than two months before the Delivery Date all phases of construction of the Yacht shall be carried out in fully closed sheds.
Furthermore the Yacht shall be fully covered by a permanent cover purpose built for fairing and painting. By means of an environmental control system, the Builder shall ensure that the specified temperatures, humidity and air quality are maintained within the permanent cover from the inception until completion of the application of the entire fairing and painting system. The specified temperatures, humidity and air quality limits shall be those as specified by the manufacturer of the 'top coat' paints.
The building shed shall be kept clean and free of debris.
B.8 WEIGHT MONITORING AND CONTROL
The Builder shall use appropriate diligence in the saving of weights and in the monitoring of the weights on the Yacht.
As soon as the superstructure is connected, in place, to the aluminium hull and before any machinery or equipment is placed on board, the Builder is to weigh the hull and superstructure makes a detailed estimate of the weight of the uncompleted portion of the hull and superstructure. Immediately after weighing the hull and superstructure, keel sights are to be taken and a table of sights prepared. The Owner Surveyor is to witness the weighing and keel sighting.
Within fifteen Business Days of weighing the hull and superstructure the Builder shall commence sending to the Naval Architect, by the end of each month, updated weight table reports. The weight table reports are to be sent to the Naval Architect as XLS Microsoft Excel computer files.
Six months before the contractual or, in case of delay in the construction, the revised Delivery Date and again on completion of the Yacht prior to removing the Yacht from the Building Shed, the Builder is to weigh the Yacht using load cells and make a detailed estimate of the weight of the uncompleted portion of the Yacht.
Within five Business Days of each weighing of the Yacht the Builder shall send to the Naval Architect the Builder’s estimate of the total weight and longitudinal centre of gravity of the Yacht together with the table of keel sights.
B.9 REMOVAL FROM THE BUILDING SHED AND LAUNCHING
The Yacht shall not be removed from the Building Shed until the construction, including all painting, has to the best knowledge of the Builder been completed and the Yacht is ready for official Commissioning Tests to commence.
The only construction and fitting out on the Yacht that is permissible to be carried out after removal from the Building Shed and prior to sea trials shall be:
Fitting on board of masts, antennas, lights, etc. that could not be fitted in the Building Shed
Fitting on board of exterior rails
Fitting on board of upholstery, curtains and carpets
Fitting on board of deck cushions, fabric covers and awnings
Fitting on board of interior and exterior loose furniture
Fitting on board the tenders
Immediately prior to removing the yacht from the Building Shed an official detailed underbody hull inspection is to be carried out by the Owner's Representative.
The Builder shall give two calendar months prior written notice to the Owner, Owner's Representative, Naval Architect and Owner's Surveyor of the planned date to remove the Yacht from the Building Shed and the planned date of launching.
The Yacht shall not be removed from the Building Shed or launched without the written agreement of the Owner’s Representative that the Yacht is ready for official Commissioning Tests to commence.
B.10 INCLINING EXPERIMENT, STABILITY AND BUOYANCY
To determine the “as built” displacement and center of gravity of the Yacht, the Builder shall carry out an Inclining Experiment in compliance with IMO.
The Builder shall arrange for the Inclining Experiment to be witnessed by the Classification Society's Surveyor, the Naval Architect and the Owner’s Representative.
Within ten Business Days of conducting the Inclining Experiment, the Builder shall prepare an Inclining Experiment booklet and provide the booklet to the Naval Architect for preparation of the Instructions to the Ship Master. The MCA stamped approved stability booklet shall be provided as set forth in Paragraph A.4 (Classification Requirements, Certificates and Booklets).
B.11 COMMISSIONING TESTS
Once the Yacht is launched, floating on its lines and safely moored official Commissioning Tests may commence.
All of the Yacht's equipment, systems, hardware and finishes are to be tested and inspected except for equipment, systems, hardware and finishes that necessitate testing and inspection whilst the Yacht is underway at sea or laying in an anchorage. No unreasonable request by the Owner's Representative to conduct particular tests or inspections, including requests to carry out repeat tests and inspections is to be refused
Copies of all commissioning reports and certificates issued to the Builder by equipment manufacturer's or equipment supplier's are to be delivered by hand or sent, within five Business Days of the date of each report or certificate, to the Naval Architect, Owner’s Representative and Owner's Surveyor.
All testing and inspection is to be done under the supervision of the Builder and on a date scheduled by the Builder. The Builder shall give ten Business Days prior written notice of each Official Commissioning Test.
Should the Builder wish to combine a test or inspection requested by the Classification Society Surveyor or MCA Surveyor with a test or inspection for the Owner's Representative then the Builder shall give the Owner's Representative ten Business Days prior written notice of the particular test or inspection.
B.12 SEA TRIALS
No sea trials whatsoever shall be held until the Yacht is fully completed with all the Yacht's equipment, systems, hardware and finishes having been tested and inspected during the Commissioning Tests except for equipment, systems, hardware and finishes that necessitate testing and inspection whilst the Yacht is underway at sea or laying in an anchorage, and having been accepted by the Owner's Representative as free of uncompleted works, free from defects, in a new condition and meeting the requirements of the specifications unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Owner's Representative to rectify particular outstanding works or defects at a later agreed date.
Sea trials shall be scheduled by the Builder. The Builder shall give two calendar weeks prior written notice to the Owner, Owner's Representative, Naval Architect and Owner's Surveyor of the planned dates of each sea trial.
Sea trials shall consist of Builder's sea trials, Classification Society and MCA sea trials, Sound and Vibration sea trials and Owner's sea trials. The Sound and Vibration sea trials and Owner's sea trials shall continue as long as necessary for all of the required tests and inspections to be carried out to the satisfaction of the Owner's Representative. Should tests and inspections reveal that particular equipment, systems, hardware and finishes are not free of uncompleted works, free from defects, in a new condition or meeting the requirements of the specifications, then after rectification works have been completed, sea trials are to be carried out to test and inspect the particular equipment, systems, hardware and finishes again, unless otherwise agreed in writing by the Owner's Representative to rectify particular outstanding works or defects at a later agreed date.
In the event of unfavourable weather on the date specified for the sea trials, the sea trials shall take place on the first available day thereafter that weather conditions permit. If, during the sea trials, a sudden change in the weather should occur which precludes the completion of the sea trials, then in such event the sea trials shall be discontinued and the date for the sea trials shall be postponed until the first available day thereafter that weather conditions permit.
The safety of the Yacht and of those aboard during sea trials shall be the responsibility of the Builder. All events and movements during sea trials will be carried out under the supervision of the Builder and the Ship's Master.
All interior work should be protected from damage, and all loose items shall be secured, especially in anticipation of a crash stop test and tight turns.
The Builder shall supply, all fuel, all lubricants, all safety equipment, all food, the crew, the Ship Master and all necessary, labour and equipment for the conduct of trials and collection of data. The Builder shall be responsible for and supply, at the Builders expense the necessary ballast (fresh water and other ballast as may be required) to bring the Yacht to the trial draft as specified in the Technical Specifications.
The Builder’s sea trials shall not be considered as official trials. However, the Owner's Representative, Naval Architect, Marine Project and Owner's Surveyor shall be entitled to be onboard during the Builder sea trial.
The Classification Society and MCA sea trials shall be organised by the Builder to enable the Classification Society and MCA to conduct accurate tests and inspections in order to establish if their Rules and Regulations have been complied with.
The Sound and Vibration sea trials shall be organised by the Builder to enable the Naval Architect and the Owner's noise and vibration specialists to conduct accurate noise and vibration measurements in order to establish if the technical specifications noise and vibration criteria and values are met. The Builder's noise and vibration specialists shall be entitled to be on board during this sea trial to take their own measurements.
The Owner's sea trials shall be organised by the Builder to enable the Owner's Representative, Naval Architect and Owner's Surveyor to carry out tests and inspections that necessitate the Yacht is underway at sea or laying in an anchorage, in order to establish that the equipment, systems, hardware and finishes are free of uncompleted works, free from defects, in a new condition and meeting the requirements of the specifications. No unreasonable request by the Owner's Representative to conduct particular tests or inspections, including requests to carry out repeat tests and inspections is to be refused.
During the Owner's sea trials technical representatives from the manufacturers or suppliers of all equipment, scheduled for testing, are to be onboard to supervise the testing of their equipment unless otherwise agreed with the Owner's Representative.
The Owner's sea trials shall be carried out whilst underway at sea and whilst laying in an anchorage and shall include the following tests, but not be limited to:
Anchoring and mooring
Electrical distribution system and generators
Performance tests of the air conditioning and ventilation systems
Performance test of all refrigeration and freezing equipment and stores
Wheelhouse and Bridge control system
Communication and navigation system
TV, video, entertainment, equipment
Grey water and sewage system
Stern and side gangway operation
Cranes and boat handling systems
Alarm and Monitoring systems
Other equipment as shall be directed
Main engines and generators exhaust backpressure
B.13 SPEED TEST
In order to enable the Owner's Representative and Naval Architect to establish whether the speed, over the ground and the range of the Yacht meets the requirements of the Construction Agreement and Technical Specifications the following speed and fuel consumption tests shall be made:
A sufficient number of (double) runs shall be made over the officially measured nautical mile in order to obtain an accurate engine speed / Yacht speed over the ground curve and an engine speed / fuel consumption curve. Each (double) run is to be increased by 200 rpm engine speed increments starting from the minimum cruising engine speed up to the maximum engine speed, as stated by the engine manufacturer.
At least three (double) runs shall be made at maximum continuous speed over the officially measured nautical mile in order to obtain an accurate Yacht speed over the ground.
At least three (double) runs shall be made at maximum speed over the officially measured nautical mile in order to obtain an accurate Yacht speed over the ground.
All runs are to be approved by the Owner's Representative. Runs not approved by the Owner's representative are to be excluded from the tests.
Prior to the Yacht leaving the dock for speed and fuel consumption tests the Builder shall assist the Naval Architect and Owner's Representative to verify that the Yacht is in the Half Load Condition including the manual sounding of fuel and water tanks and that it is floating evenly on its draught marks.
Speed tests shall be held under the following conditions:
The Yacht shall be at Half Load Condition with a clean bottom, and be trimmed to float evenly on its draught marks.
The test course shall be over an official measured nautical mile in water with a minimum depth of ten metres.
The maximum wind speed during testing shall be 10.0 knots at 1.5 metres above the sundeck.
If an official measured nautical mile does not exist in the vicinity of the sea trials, the Builder may determine the ground speed value based on the DGPS speed over the ground reading.
B.14 ENDURANCE TEST
In order to enable the Owner's Representative, Naval Architect and Owner's Surveyor to carry out tests and inspections that necessitate the Yacht is continuously underway at sea an Owner's endurance test shall be held to simulate a state of normal cruising.
The test is to be for a minimum of twelve hours and include running both engines continuously at their maximum speed for the maximum time allowed by the engine manufacturer, running both engines continuously at their economic speed for four hours, running on one engine continuously at maximum continuous speed for two hours and for the remainder of the time running both engines continuously at maximum continuous speed.
Any endurance test conducted by the Classification Society will not relieve the requirement of the Builder to carrying out the Owner's endurance test.
B.15 MANOEUVRING TEST
Any manoeuvring test conducted by the Classification Society will not relieve the requirement of the Builder to carrying out manoeuvring tests as requested by the Naval Architect or Owner's Representative.
Astern trials for maximum, half and slow astern shall be carried out.
B.16 EVALUATION MEETINGS AND REPORTS
At the conclusion of each day's sea trial a meeting shall be held on board to discuss the results and observations from the tests and inspections that were carried out. The meeting shall be attended by all persons, representing the Builder, who performed particular tests and inspections and all persons representing the Owner.
A sea trial report is to be made by the Builder that details all of the data recorded by persons who performed particular tests representing the Builder and it is to be delivered by hand or sent, within five Business Days of the date of the last sea trial, to the Naval Architect, Owner’s Representative and Owner's Surveyor.
Copies of all sea trial reports and certificates issued to the Builder by the Classification Society, equipment manufacturer's or equipment supplier's are to be delivered by hand or sent, to the Naval Architect, Owner’s Representative and Owner's Surveyor, prior to the Builder offering the Yacht for acceptance.
B.17 DRY DOCK VISIT
After the completion of sea trials, if deemed necessary by the Naval Architect, the Classification Society or the Owner's Surveyor, to inspect possible damage or defects, the Yacht shall be dry docked at the Builder's expense.
B.18 SERVICE MANUALS AND DOCUMENTATION
As manuals arrive in the Shipyard, the Builder shall make the manuals readily available to the Owner’s Representatives, if requested.
As a condition of Acceptance, the Builder shall provide the following manuals drawings, documents and lists, written in the English language, as well as copies in electronic format, if available:
Two operator's manuals, two maintenance manuals, two spare parts manuals and one recommended spare parts list for all primary equipment including the main engines, gearboxes, generators, air conditioning system, bow thruster, stabilizer system, steering system, water makers, fuel separator, oily water separator and sewage treatment system.
Two operator's manuals for all secondary equipment including all communication equipment, navigation equipment, domestic equipment, entertainment equipment and the spa pool.
Two spare parts manuals for all primary pumps.
A list of manufacturer's recommended lubricants for all equipment requiring lubrication with at least two choices of lubricant for each lubrication requirement.
A computer data base list, in XLS Microsoft Excel format, with the item name, company name, addresses and phone number, of all suppliers of all items of equipment weighing over 5 kilograms.
Electrical schematic drawings and documentation on the Yacht's entire electrical distribution system.
Brochures or documentation on all electrical components.
Two copies of the commissioning test and trial reports from the manufacturers’ representatives of all major machinery and equipment
Two copies of all the Builder's Trial reports.
Two sets of copies of stamped approved "as built" drawings
The warranty certificates of all equipment fitted on the Yacht.
The Builder shall provide appropriate stowage drawers and shelves for manuals, drawings and documents in a location on the Yacht in agreement with the Owner’s Representative. The documentation shall be properly bound, indexed and presented in the Builder's folders.
B.19 SPARES AND TOOLS
Only spares parts required by the Classification Society and shall be supplied and stowed aboard by the Builder prior to delivering the Yacht.
The Builder shall supply any special tools required for the dismantling of the propellers, the shafts, the shaft coupling, and the rudders.
The Builder shall supply any spare parts requested by the Owner, at cost, provided that the orders from the Owner for spare parts shall be received by the Builder and authorized four months before the Delivery Date.
See Construction Agreeme
Owner’s Representative will be North Wind Shipping who will introduce the Owner’s Surveyor and Project Manager to the owner for his acceptance.
All communication between the Builder, Project Manager, Naval Architect, Owner, Owner’s Representative and Owner’s Surveyor shall be conducted in the English language.
Communication between the Naval Architect and the Project Manager can be direct, but it will be copied to the Owner’s Representative and the Owner’s Surveyor.
The Builder shall keep the Owner’s Representative, Naval Architect and Owner’s Surveyor advised sufficiently in advance so that the Owner’s Representative, the Naval Architect and Owner’s Surveyor shall be able to attend all and any proposed tests and inspections.
The Builder shall also keep the Owner’s Representative, the Naval Architect and Owner’s Surveyor advised of all communications in relation to inspections, tests and trials by the Classification Society, MCA, Flag State and other regulatory bodies and, if such communications are in writing shall provide copies to each of them.
All dates and periods of time shall be construed in accordance with the Gregorian Calendar.
B.22 SHIPYARD OFFICE.
The Builder shall provide for the Owner’s Representative, the Naval Architect and the Owner’s Surveyor with furnished office accommodation at the Shipyard including facsimile machine, high speed internet service and a telephone from which local but not international calls may be made free of charge.
The Builder shall keep records of international use of the telephone and telefax to permit reimbursement by Owner at cost for international calls.
B.23 OWNER’S SUPPLIES
The Builder shall supply all materials and equipment necessary to construct the Yacht in accordance with the Technical Specifications and Interior Specifications, excluding items defined as “Owner’s Supplies” in the Technical Specifications such as:
- Navigation Electronics and entertainment equipment
- Loose furnishing sundries (ash-trays, vases, lamps etc.)
- Sculptures, paintings, etc.
- Bed and table linens and towels
- Kitchen pots and pans
- Table silver and china
- Loose household equipment
- Tools, excluding sets supplied with the engines.
- Binoculars and flags
- Charts and navigational private instruments
- Gymnastic equipment
- Tenders and other water sport equipment
- Beach gear
- Diving and fishing gear
- Computers, modems and peripherals
- Electric tools
- Individual diving air tanks and related diving equipment
- Flags and burgees
For any item of Owner’s Supplies which is not listed above and which has a weight of over 250 kilos, one year before the Delivery Date the Owner’s Representative shall notify the Builder of the type of item and the weight of the item.
The Owner shall deliver the Owner’s Supplies to the Shipyard in satisfactory condition and at the cost of the Owner, including import duties. The Builder shall give the Owner a time schedule for the delivery of the Owner’s Supplies to the Shipyard to permit the Builder to meet the building schedule of the Yacht. The Owner shall deliver the Owner’s Supplies to the Shipyard in accordance with this time schedule.
The Owner shall be liable for any expenses reasonably incurred by the Builder in repairing Owner’s Supplies as a result of defective material, poor workmanship or damage during transportation, after the Builder checks the damage and the Owner approves such a cost.
The Builder shall receive and be responsible for properly storing and handling the Owner’s Supplies, free of charge, with reasonable care after either delivery of the Owner’s Supplies to the Shipyard or the placing of such Owner’s Supplies under the control of the Builder.
The Builder shall be responsible for any damage to Owner’s Supplies which occur during storage and handling in the Shipyard.
The Owner’s Supplies shall be installed in the Yacht and be made operative at the expense of the Builder, provided such Owner’s Supplies are listed in the Technical Specifications or could, in the Builder’s reasonable opinion, be installed without significant cost to the Builder. In all other circumstances, the Builder, at the Owner’s expense, shall install the Owner’s Supplies.
The fixing, installing and storing of sculptures, paintings, pieces of art or antiques, etc., shall be done by the Builder at the Builder's expense up to a maximum amount of 25 items in the entire Yacht.
B.24 ALTERNATIVE EQUIPMENT
Any change in materials or equipment from those items listed in these Technical Specifications must be agreed, in writing, between the Builder and the Owner as provided in the Construction Agreement.
The Owner’s Representative has no authority to sign such modifications.
Failure to so comply shall make the Builder responsible for all costs related to reinstating the contractual standards.
B.25 ACCESS TO THE CONSTRUCTION
The Owner, the Naval Architect, the Owner’s Representative, the Interior Designer, the Owner’s Surveyor, their representatives and the representatives of the Classification Society, MCA and Flag State shall be given free and ready access to the Yacht, the engines, machinery and accessories, and any other place where work is being done or materials are being processed or stored in connection with the construction of the Yacht, including the yards, workshops, stores and offices of the Builder and any subcontractors of the Builder doing work or storing materials in connection with the construction of the Yacht.
The Owner, the Naval Architect, the Owner’s Representative, the Interior Designer, the Owner’s Surveyor, their representatives and the representatives of the Classification Society, MCA and Flag State shall be entitled throughout the construction of the Yacht through Acceptance:
() to inspect, test and approve all work on the Yacht and the quality and standard of material, equipment, machinery, fittings and accessories to be used and workmanship employed in connection with the Yacht (but not to order modifications to the Yacht since only the Owner may order modifications);
() to certify the satisfactory execution and completion of the appropriate portion of work on the Yacht prior to the delivery by the Owner of any instalment payment; and
() to have access for the above purposes during all working hours to the Shipyard, berths, workshops, stockyards, the premises of any Subcontractors or other premises used by the Builder, the suppliers to the Builder and Subcontractors and to receive from the Builder, its suppliers and authorized sub-contractors all such reasonable facilities and assistance as shall be necessary to enable the Owner’s Representative to carry out his functions under this Technical Specifications and the Construction Agreement.
The design, all drawings and information supplied by the Naval Architect are the copyright of the Naval Architect and cannot be used for the conceptualisation, design or build of any other vessel other than the vessel indicated in the Construction Agreement.
The design, all drawings and the information supplied by the Interior Designer are the copyright of the Interior Designer and cannot be used for the conceptualisation, design or build of any other vessel other than the vessel indicated in the Construction Agreement.
The Builder hereby acknowledges such ownerships.
The Builder shall mention the contribution to the construction of the Yacht by the Naval Architect and the Interior Designer in all press releases, brochures and advertising.
During the whole period of construction, the Yacht must be maintained in a clean state. The Builder shall arrange for a daily cleaning service of the building shed to be carried out.
While the Yacht must be kept clean during the daily work, at weekly intervals the entire Yacht shall be fully cleaned of all debris and waste in every corner and angle, top to bottom.
Special care shall to be taken to ensure that all soft furnishings, fabric surfaces, carpets, etc. are completely covered with plastic sheets as soon as these items are fitted on the Yacht.
Before Acceptance, the Yacht shall be completely cleaned, with no exceptions, and the Yacht shall be delivered to the Owner in a sparkling and immaculate condition in every detail.
No smoking shall be allowed on the Yacht any time.
Insurance coverage shall be as per the Construction Agreement.
B.29 CHANGE ORDERS
Change orders shall be regulated by the Construction Agreement and shall be explicitly accepted in writing by the person authorized by the Construction Contract to do so.
All materials and items of equipment installed in, or delivered with the yacht will be new and suitable for the purpose intended.
Equipment will be capable of withstanding local environment temperatures for long periods without affecting its efficiency.
The Builder will provide all items of material and equipment which are appropriate or necessary for the proper operation of the yacht, with the exception of those items specifically supplied by and at the expense of the Owner.
Where brand names are mentioned in the Specification they are not in all cases intended to be restrictive in furnishing the articles, but it shall mean that any items similarly equal in design, performance, material and suitability are not excluded; however, such changes or substitutes will be submitted for the Owner's written approval.
All workmanship will be in accordance with the best marine practice for a motor-sailor of this size and type. The work will be carried out by qualified and skilful workmen under regular and competent supervision.
Any defective workmanship found will be put right at the Builder's expense.
Machinery and other components subject to damage or deterioration from exposure to weather or excessive heat, cold or humidity, will be placed in suitable storage.
Particular attention will be given to manufacturer's installation instructions as to both procedure and consideration to weather conditions. Appropriate precautions will be taken, where necessary, to prevent damage, wear and corrosion or other deterioration, especially to unpainted, polished and moving parts..
C.2 MATERIAL HANDLING
The Builder will provide suitable facilities and exercise proper diligence in connection with the storage, handling and installation of both Builder-furnished and Owner-furnished materials and equipment going into the yacht.
The arrangements for the receiving and handling of materials are to be such that the materials suffer no contamination or degradation and bear adequate identification at all times. Storage is to be so arranged that materials are used, wherever possible, in order of receipt. Resin and chemical based materials are not to be used after the Manufacturer's date of expire.
C.3 STEEL MATERIALS
Unless high tensile naval steel according to plans and to Classification Society rules.
All plate and sections to be fully primed before use and priming touched up after welding.
All steel sections and plate to be identified and stored in a clean, dry environment away from other materials.
All welders to have appropriate certificates of competency.
C.4 BRASS AND BRONZE MATERIALS
All brass or bronze components to be of marine grade suitable for purpose intended; composition to be approved by Classification Society.
C.5 ALUMINIUM MATERIALS
The alloy used in the construction will be of a suitable marine grade equivalent to ASA 5083 (Al.Mg. 4.5) H321, H311, H 111 and 0 grade,and 6061 extrusions, as indicated by Naval Architect and approved by Classification Society.
All Aluminium Alloy Plate and sections to be identified and stored in a clean, dry environment away from other materials.
C.6 STAINLESS STEEL MATERIALS
Where, in the Technical Specifications, or the Drawings, stainless steel or “st/st” is written, AISI-316-L shall be meant unless otherwise noted.
When any stainless steel is in view, whether it is decorative, structural or an integral part, the Builder shall polish the stainless steel to a mirror gloss unless agreed with the Owner's Representative to be painted.
A partial list of stainless steel parts which shall be polished to a mirror gloss is as follows:
- Vertical flat bar on main deck separating the teak planking from the inside of the scuppers
- Cap rail in main deck area
- Freeing ports trim
- Mooring line bollards and fair leads
- Bulwark door locks and hinges. Stanchions.
- Any bolts and screws used in exposed decks and in deck machinery and other fittings
- Trays on the foredeck underneath the anchor windlasses, spurling pipes and chain stoppers
- Insert surrounding deck drains pipe penetration
- Chain locker bottom plate
- Deck plates serving as attachments for tenders and deck equipment.
All rigging and rigging fittings, bottle screws, etc.
- Frames in way of deck hatches.
Galvanizing will be carried out in a hot bath of at least 98% pure zinc, and according to B.S. 729.
In general, galvanizing to be carried out after cutting, bending and welding.
C.8 WOOD MATERIALS
All the wood used on board will be of excellent quality, and to Owner’s Representative acceptance.
All wood will be purchased and delivered to the Builder immediately after signing the construction contract, so as to allow extended time for wood seasoning.
The wood submitted for approval must be sound, dry and free from cracks, shakes, knots and other defects.
Deck planking will be selected on uniform colour and straight edge grain.
Where veneers are used, they will be glued for tropical condition.
All timber will be treated with anti-pest and anti-rot preservatives as necessary.
Any timber used in the machinery space and galley will be coated with fire retarding paint on completion.
All plywood, whether exterior or interior, to of superior marine grade.
Exterior plywood to be to DIN AW 100, (B.S. w.b.p.), or equivalent throughout, and to be treated so as to be fire resistant.
Thickness of the veneers to be not more than 3 mm.
C.10 RUBBER AND PLASTIC MATERIALS
All rubber materials to be suitable for purpose intended. Unaffected by U.V. or light, should not discolour and remain flexible with age.
Generally colour of plastic and rubber items should match/harmonise with surrounding finish in exterior applications.
D. HULL AND SUPERSTRUCTURE
The vessel will be in complete agreement with R.I.N.A. for this class of ships.
A collision bulkhead is fitted aft of the fore peak .
A watertight bulkhead separates engine room from living compartments.
Other structural non watertight bulkheads are fitted to contribute to hull strength. Fuel tanks, are located in the double bottom, forward of engine room, fresh water tanks are also integral with the hull, and are located under cabin sole.
Hull and superstructure are entirely built in aluminium alloy.
Suitable girders are to be used to maintain overall longitudinal strength of the vessel.
All tanks are to be integrated into the structure as a double bottom, suitable cofferdams are to be provided.
Tank tops are to be well protected, painted and self draining.
Tank top openings/manholes will be positioned for full access without dismantling any furniture whatsoever. Access to be assured by removable panels in cabin soles. As many manholes as possible to be mounted vertically with access from storage spaces.
Special care to be taken with tank arrangement so that maximum bilge stowage is available in way of Owner’s cabin and Guest cabin entrance lobbies, and under crew quarters.
The hull will be designed to have watertight bulkheads located according to Classification society requirements and constructed in accordance with the Classification Society Rules, and flooded stability requirements.
Particular care to be taken over provision of adequate limber and drainage holes in the internal stiffening.
Deck stowage lockers will be arranged and built into the superstructure where possible, and are to be provided with suitable watertight covers (with locks) and with appropriate drainage arrangements.
Where possible, double continuous welding to be used to Classification Society requirements.
Arrangement for examination, for access, and for cleaning and painting will be provided for all compartments in "pockets" in the vessel by means of permanent ladders, doors, manholes etc.
Battens and ceiling holds, storerooms and other spaces, and protective casings around pipes will be made readily removable for this purpose.
Large openings in way of sea inlets, rudders, etc. will be provided with heavier insert plates.
Insert plates on decks, and where possible in hull, will be flush with outside.
D.2 DECK HOUSE – SUPERSTRUCTURE XE "DECK HOUSE – SUPERSTRUCTURE"
The superstructure, above the windows line, shall be made of aluminium alloy and shall be of welded construction throughout.
Scantlings and the construction arrangement of the superstructure shall be in accordance with Classification Society Rules and Naval Architect indications.
Distortion from welding stress shall be limited as far as possible by appropriate construction techniques and shall be not more than 5 mm between transverse frames and not more than 2 mm between longitudinal stringers.
The lengths of stiffeners shall be as long as possible to prevent unnecessary joints.
Cut-outs for doors, windows, ventilation and other openings shall be suitably reinforced with angle or flat bar.
The wheelhouse front window area shall have narrow mullions, which shall be finished in metal, wood, etc. at the inside V shaped cover plates, as shall be directed by the Naval Architect. This shall give a panoramic view from inside (see the Drawings).
Welds shall be ground smooth as required for the paint/finishing system.
Panels shall be removable wherever access for cleaning and maintenance to spaces is necessary.
External window treatment/trim to be agreed with owner.
D.3 ENGINES EXTRACTION HATCH
An engine and generators extraction hatch will be located on main deck in way of the sun bathing area aft.
D.4 F DECORATIVE APPLICATIONS
Scroll work as shown in the profile drawing
D.5 WATERTIGHT BULKHEADS, TANKS
XE "205 WATERTIGHT BULKHEADS, TANKS"
Each tank to have manhole and baffles; where possible, the manholes will be mounted vertically, and be removable without disturbing bulkheads or furniture.
There is to be a day tank for fuel, and a separate tank for used lube oil.
D.6 CHAIN LOCKERS
XE "207 CHAIN LOCKERS"
Chain locker to be positively self stowing for an amount of chain as the class requirements.
Access to the chain-lockers to be provided through hatch on fore deck.
Chain locker to be lined in hard wood or GRP to reduce noise.
Chain locker to be suitably drained.
D.7 ANCHORS FITTING
XE "204 ANCHOR POCKETS"
Galvanized steel anchor fittings within the hull, as per Designer indication.
Also to include anchor washing facilities with three jets per anchor.
Large size single rudder, fitted on centreline and to be constructed of aluminium ensuring good steering capabilities at low speed, made of double plating with horizontal web, all welded.
Rudder to be filled with old oil.
The rudder trunk is adequately built into the hull framing structure and fitted with grease lubricated bronze lower bearings and with watertight glands.
Aft storage of as large capacity as practical, with access from a water tight hatch on the aft deck and from the transom door.
Transom door to be operated hydraulically, and to be fitted with locking devices per Class and MCA satisfaction.
60 tons of internal ballast in form of lead pigs and lead spheres appropriately connected to the structure will be allowed for and to be located as directed by the Naval Arcghitect.
Five extra ton for trimming purposes will be fitted after launching, on indications of the Naval Architect
Voids between ballast pigs will be filled with used lube oil.
It would be better if the builder can run molten lead into the lead ballast space.
Should the builder be able to do this, the top of the lead should be covered in used oil and then completely sealed.
The bulwarks on the main deck shall be executed in single plated construction type with stiffeners in view. The top of the bulwarks shall be as per the Drawings.
There is provision for a handrail to be fitted on the bulwarks, as per the Drawings.
D.12 TEAK DECK
Exterior main deck to be planked with rift sawn teak of 20 mm finished thickness and 60 mm overall width of strakes.
Width of covering board and king plank to be 150 mm minimum.
Whole plank lengths to be as long as possible, but not less than 5m.
Butts are to be random, but matching port and starboard.
Deck seams to be as narrow as possible, not to exceed 4/5mm, and careful attention to be paid that all deck planks and seams are consistent, without variation in “look”.
Design of the teak deck to be approved by the Owner.
Selection of the teak to be done by the Owner, or architect.
Teak to be purchased and delivered immediately after signing of construction contract.
Foredeck, forward of wave breaker, is not to be covered with teak. It will be coated in grease proof non slip product to be approved by owner.
D.13 TEAK CAP RAIL
XE "224 TEAK CAP RAIL"
A varnished teak cap rail of size and shape as indicated by designer will be fitted.
D.14 DORADE BOXES, DECK PRISMS, HATCHES
Each cabin will be fitted with a natural ventilation Dorade type box fitted with a large chromed cowl.
Where indicated by the Naval Architect deck prisms will be fitted to provide light in the cabins, bathrooms, passages and engine room.
All lower deck areas, with exception of the corridors, will be fitted with hatches for light and natural ventilation.
D.15 TRANSOM PLATFORM
The transom platform assembly shall be per Drawings.
It shall have hinges on the inboard side and shall be hydraulically activated. The platform shall have stainless steel hardware and trim.
D.16 PREVENTION OF GALVANIC CORROSION
Particular care will be taken to avoid conditions leading to galvanic corrosion of dissimilar metals which are not shown to be compatible and are not to be jointed directly but are to be electrically insulated by the fitting of joints, gaskets, washers, sleeves etc. of suitable material.
D.17 DAGGERBOARD AND RELATED CASING
The yacht will be fitted with a daggerboard as shown in the plans.
The daggerboard will be made of aluminium, of suitable NACA shape, as directed by the Naval Architect.
The daggerboard will be made so as to be positively buoyant, and to raise within its casing when filled with compressed air.
The casing will also be made of aluminium and it will be fitted with low friction strips to facilitate the movement of the board.
The casing will be fitted with watertight bolted manholes.
Insertion and removal of the daggerboard during construction and future maintenance will be made from underneath.
The system will be fitted with a locking device and with a manual emergency raising system.
E. OPENINGS XE "WATERTIGHT DOORS and HATCHES"
E.1 WINDOWS AND DOORS
One window on each side of the superstructure will be able to open.
Window glass to be thick enough that Storm Shutters are not requested, with exception of opening windows.
300X600 mm port holes will be fitted in cabins below decks, fixed lights and fitted with storm shutters.
A watertight hull opening (a small blind port hole 300 mm diameter) will be fitted in the engine room for passing shore cables.
All watertight doors and hatches shall be hinged and manually operated.
All hatches shall have stainless steel gas struts installed to facilitate opening and holding in an open position.
Watertight door shall be located as shown in the contractual plans.
All watertight doors shall be of aluminium construction and certified by the Classification Society.
Watertight doors shall be outfitted with six locking dogs and shall be sound insulated. The finish paint shall match the adjoining surfaces.
E.2 HATCHES TO FOREPEAK/CHAIN LOCKER.
On the foredeck there shall be two hatches, one to the chain locker and one to the forward storage
The hatches shall be manually operated and have coaming as per MCA requirements.
Two Speich windscreen wipers will be fitted, fitted with fresh water jet.
E.4 LOCKERS/CABINETS/SEATING - EXTERIOR DECKS
All external integral seating and the empty void spaces forming part of the structure shall be fitted out as lockers for stowage.
Where accesses to lockers are made, the openings shall have a waterway, with a drain either onto an outside deck or overboard, as directed by the Owner’s Representative.
Seat lockers shall drain to the front via a sloped gutter, as normally used in sailing yacht cockpits, rather than through pipes or drains located in the lockers.
Locker tops and locker seats shall be fitted with stainless steel gas struts to facilitate opening and holding in an open position.
All lockers shall be vented and fitted with drains at their lowest point.
All lockers and void spaces shall be provided with heavy-duty plastic gratings on the floor (Dry-Deck or similar) and with lighting which is locally operated.
E.5 DECK PRISMS
There should be a total of 13 plus 2 clear flush hatches over the E/R P & S. N.B. The main E/R access will be through a thirs clear flush hatch in the raised sun bed area.
The prisms will be:
Suitably positioned one each over all three crew cabins and crew mess (4).
In floor of crew cockpit P & S one each over guest cabin and galley (2).
One each P &S over owners cabin desk and dressing table (2).
One each P & S over cabin bed edges in outside seating area deck floor (2).
One on centre line between sun area and steering pedestal for E/R or aft peek (1).
One P & S each side of steering bench for aft peek (2).
These will go in final deck plan, and will need suitable blinds in cabin areas.
F. NOISE AND VIBRATION CONTROL
F.1 NOISE AND VIBRATION CONTROL
The maximum noise level on board, in all Owner’s and crew accommodations with the yacht motoring at 10 knots, one generator and the air conditioning running, will be 56 dBa.
The maximum noise level on deck under the same conditions will be 65 dBa.
The yard will hire the services of a specialized consultant to achieve such noise levels and follow his advice.
All reports from noise consultant will be copied to the Owner.
It is of paramount importance that the vessel is as quiet, rattle and vibration free as possible at rest or at any running speed or configuration.
The vessel's insulation is to be constructed as carefully as possible using the most efficient and up to date materials, technology and techniques available.
The principle stage in the noise and vibration suppression in the vessel is to reduce the noise and vibration at source.
All equipment involving vibrating, moving or rotating parts is to be properly tuned and balanced and mounted on proper foundations with the best possible flexible mounts and dampers.
Particular care should be made that the Engine and Generator Exhaust Silencers are mounted off the prime mover casing or from the Engine Seating and not directly from the overhead.
The Generators are to be located in a separate sound insulated box, fabricated so as to be easily removable in parts and flexibly mounted in the Engine Room to reduce the noise of the running generators.
All ducting, pipe-work, pumps, cable trays etc. are to be flexibly mounted and all bulkhead pipe glands are to be flexible both sides of the Engine Room/Accommodation
All fan and air ducting to have suitable internal sound deadening baffles for air entering or exiting from the Engine Room or other noisy space, including if necessary, a lead membrane within the rock-wool or similar insulation.
All spaces will be insulated that contain noisy equipment, compressors and pumps not in engine room, bow-thruster space, chain lockers, etc.
It is also necessary to insulate the spaces containing relatively low noise equipment or machinery that may become significant when stationary or at night - auto pilot sensors, fans, fridge or ice maker compressors, electric hydraulically operated devices - boat cranes - T.V. turntables, etc.
The Secondary Insulation involves the insulation of all the Passenger and Crew accommodation and service spaces.
All the soles, lining and ceilings of all internal accommodation spaces is to "float", mounted on suitable rubber strips or bushes to avoid ANY contact between the accommodation shell and the hard structure of the vessel.
Particular attention that this isolation is maintained is to be made around doors and windows and ceiling/wall and sole/wall corners.
Behind these "floating" shells, ample insulation is to be applied to all hull and superstructure sides, bulkheads, decks and tank tops.
Areas of high noise transmission will require additional insulation or dampening and reputable expert advice should be applied by the yard to reduce the possibility of noise transmission to a minimum (e.g. hull sides adjacent to engine room bulkheads, etc.)
Cabin soles in Passenger and Crew Areas are to be sound absorbing, and to be constructed in a manner that will satisfy the Owner Representative.
The carpet is to be laid directly on to this flat surface using a thick felt underlay and stretched between suitable gripper rods. All marble or tiled soles should be laid on a rigid and stable base.
Overheads are to be flexibly mounted panels of plywood, aluminium or other material to Interior Designer's specification.
Additional insulation is to be applied throughout the vessel in way of noisy air trunking or plumbing.
Particular care is to be taken that all internal doors latch securely and are completely rattle free when the vessel is underway.
This applies also to all cupboard doors.
Internal doors are to be solid wood in construction, or if sandwich type, to be filled with high density, efficient sound absorbing material.
Rubber draught/sound gasket strips may need to be applied around door frames.
All internal divisions are to be of sandwich construction with plywood outside and suitable density rock-wool inside.
All pillars are to be insulated from the bulkheads on rubber strips and bulkheads are to be "floating" around all edges on rubber strips connecting to soles, other bulkheads and ship side and overheads.
All rubber insulation strips throughout vessel, wherever used, are to be glued with no mechanical fastenings to transmit noise.
All pillars are to be fully insulated from the hard structure, both ends, by double thick rubber gaskets. All pillars are to be filled with sand.
All curtains are to be heavily lined.
The density of the carpet and soft furnishing contribute significantly to the reduction of sound levels within the accommodation spaces.
All sound insulation materials used are to be thoroughly fire proof and in accordance with the relevant regulations.
The engine room deckhead, bulkhead and hullsides above floors, will be entirely covered on the inside by sound absorbent heavy antidrum damping material, a layer of glasswool or rockwool, and flush or perforated aluminium plate, as will be specified.
The outside of the engine room fore- and aft bulkhead, the engine casing outside and the hull sides extending six (6) frames outside the engine room, the areas above the propellers, the rudders and the aftpeak bulkhead, are provided with sound absorbing (anti-drum) materials.
All compartments fore, aft and above the engine room and the compartments above the propeller area, will have sound insulation in the bulkheads and decks.
F.2 THERMAL INSULATION
Glasswool insulation is executed throughout the accommodation on all decks. All insulation material has to fit close and neat against the decks and superstructure. All sheeting material is clipped –on or glued to avoid sagging due to aging.
Decks and ceilings:
Insulation will be installed where decks are in connection with the outside, behind interior ceilings of the bridge deck, the main deck, including the engine room and excluding the peaks.
Hull and bulkheads:
Insulation is to be installed between the frames where these are in connection with the outside, against the hull side and the bulkheads in the accommodation quarters above the floor level and against the superstructure and deckhouse sides. The engine room bulkheads on the inside, the engine casing on the inside as well as the engine room hull side above floor level, will have thermal insulation as well as the sound insulation.
Special care will be taken to insulate heat under the sun deck, and to insulate noise from crew at Owner’s suite, and the overhead of the Owner’s area.
Thermal insulation of systems:
The insulation used for the piping and the ducts of the climate control system and the piping of the freshwater system, is detailed under the appropriate chapters of these systems in this specification.
Internal layout will be as per general arrangement plans attached to the present General Specification.
The interior decoration of the yacht will be built and fitted out at the yard under Yard responsibility for final outcome.
All materials to be used for interior decoration and lining will be according to the specification.
The interior decoration will aspire to a philosophy of understated elegance, combining a high level of quality in the detailing of the furniture with a style inspired to marine tradition.
The cabin walls will be tongue and grooved, mostly mat white lacquered on mahogany (sapele) panelling.
The doors to the hanging cupboards will be full length mirror on the back side.
There will be material behind each bed head, that will go from bed to ceiling (or mat paint as alternative).
Trim in natural Mogno mahogany will be French polished.
The bathroom basin tops will be of marble or wood.
The cabin floors throughout will be made of teak veneer with holly strips, and may be covered with carpet, to Owner’s option.
Where necessary the cabinets and cupboards will have appropriate fitted trays in wood or Perspex, to prevent dishes and tableware from moving around, rattling, or risking damage in a seaway.
Inlay work or marquetry are not included in the supply.
Sofas, chairs, etc. will be upholstered with fabric.
Metal accessories will be of brass, plated, stainless steel, or anodised aluminium (on owner’s or interior designer's indications).
Inside floorings may be covered with carpet in the cabins and salons and with rubber or linoleum in the galley and crew accommodation.
Floors in machinery space, forward and aft peak, will be of non skid aluminium alloy grating, easily removable for bilge inspection and maintenance.
Galley will be lined in stainless steel or Coreon, and it will include the following equipment:
Galley and Laundry Equipment
Franke Domino 92010025
Franke K24/600 7001708
Franke Trend 9498350
Franke Inox 9498350
Sink (N° 2)
Franke Pregresso 8582037
Franke Corniolla 737171
Bosch KT 1440
Electrolux ERE 3500X 335lt 0.48 kW/day
Electrolux EUF 2300X 229lt 0.81 kW/day
Kale KD 030-4000 15 kg/day
Elicent S.p.a. Serie Turbo, 3 speed
The galley will be completed with shelves, drawers and cupboards as per Designer indications.
The cooker will be fitted with robust and deep fiddles, made of stainless steel, to block the pots and pans when sailing.
The general standard will be that of Bushido.
XE "422 STORE ROOMS"
The laundry will have the general finish of the galley.
All storage areas will be optimised and properly lined inside.
Air extraction in laundry will be of same standard as air extraction in galley.
A folding down or removable ironing board will be fitted.
Equipment fitted on board:
Miele 6kg stainless steel
Miele 6kg stainless steel
Elicent S.p.a. Serie Turbo, 3 speed
G.4 STORE ROOMS
XE "422 STORE ROOMS"
Spaces where shown in plans to be fitted to contain all spare parts, food provisions, etc.
Trays and shelves to be arranged as directed by Designer and to be adjustable in height.
G.5 DEEP FREEZING EQUIPMENT
A 800 litres deep freezing locker (-20°C) will be fitted according to the indication of the Designer.
Refrigerated draws for bottles and cans to be fitted as shown on the drawings.
G.6 TOILET FITTING OUT
Toilets will be fitted with a built-in shower and sink, and will be complete with towel holder, soap holder, “colonial” style shower heads, telephone shower, and other accessories.
Faucets will be of brass,
Mirror will be illuminated.
Floor will be teak.
A small safe will be fitted in owner’s cabin and in the skipper cabin.
The following allowances are set for the purchase of materials and equipment as listed.
The sums indicated are meant for effective purchase cost, and, unless specified, are net of workmanship.
Maximum of 8 wall appliques in salons, and corridor, for a total cost of 2,000 Euro.
Movable table lamps in owner and guest cabins for a total cost of Euro 3,000.
N° 12 wall appliqués in owner/passengers cabins, at a cost of 180 Euro each.
N° 50 spotlights, for a total of Euro 4,000.
N° 10 reading lamps, for a total cost of Euro 3,500.
Curtains and blinds:
All fabrics to be of Turkish production of the same high standard as the yacht Bushido or similar to acean air.
The builder acknowledges that these allowances cover the Bushido quality of interior fittings.
H. DECK EQUIPMENT
Handrails will be fitted to all fore and aft walkways and on the top of the deckhouse, as per drawings.
Guard rails will be fitted to all areas where there is danger of personnel falling overboard or to a lower level.
Handrails will be of stainless steel, as indicated in designer’s drawings.
H.2 ANCHOR AND CABLE ARRANGEMENTS
The anchoring and mooring equipment will comply with the classification Society regulations for small craft and, as a minimum requirement, will consist of:
-Two hot dip galvanised high holding power anchors, stowed in anchor pockets port and starboard of the bow.
Swivel pieces will be fitted between chain and anchor.
Chain material to be U2 class galvanized steel.
The Classification Society will approve anchors and chains in to regards to weight, number, thickness, size etc.
Two electric windlass, manufactured by Muir or similar will be fitted forward.
The windlass will have two gypsies for chains and a bell shaped capstan for cables.
-Two mooring capstans, manufactured by Muir will be fitted in aft deck in order to facilitate mooring operation and will be controlled by two foot switches.
-Mooring ropes and towing lines will be fitted for mooring and towing operations according to rules.
-Stowage will be provided for all ropes.
- Two boat hooks will be supplied.
Eight rubber cylindrical fenders of 12" diameter will be supplied and arrangements to secure them will be provided.
H.3 BOLLARDS, FAIRLEADS
Four bollards will be fitted on the aft deck, and four equal bollards will be fitted on the foredeck.
One bollard, will be fitted on each side of the vessel at amidships..
Bollards and fairleads will be of stainless steel.
H.4 MOORING LINE
XE "307 MOORING LINES"
Length and diameter according to Classification Requirements, but not less than 30 mm diameter:
6 mooring lines, each with one eye.
4 heaving lines
All mooring lines should be made of Mylar, with braided cover.
H.5 STERN PASSERELLE
A hydraulically operated and self stowing stern passerelle will be fitted inside a stern recess. This will have a minimum length of 4.5m and be able to swivel both sideways and up and down.(Sanguinetti, Motomar or similar).
H.6 SIDE GANGWAY
XE "320 SIDE GANGWAY"
Hydraulic operated side gangway to be fitted on starboard side. integrated in to the hull. It will land on a removable lower platform of suitable length (about 1.5 metre long ) for use with the tender with a teak grating.
Make Motomar or equivalent.
H.7 SUN SHADES
A semi-permanent sun shade will be fitted over the dining area on the sun deck.
The sun shade will be of UV resistant fabric, laid over a strong stainless steel pipe-work.
Exterior lights will be fitted on the pipework in the area over the dining table.
An easily removable sunshade will also be provided for the forward crew recreation cockpit.
H.8 AIR HORN
XE "319 AIR HORN"
Chromed plated pneumatic horn fitted on the mast.
H.9 SERVICE BOATS
The yacht will be fitted with the following, Owner supplied, equipment:
N°1 hard bottom dinghy (RIB), with inboard engine, fitted on the foredeck.
N° 1 Dinghy with inboard (RIB) fitted aft on davits.
N° Yamaha jet
The forward dinghy will be fitted on appropriate cradles, and launched with help of hydraulic crone.
H.10 LIFE SAVING EQUIPMENT
The life saving arrangements will take into account that the final amount and type of equipment to be supplied will be in compliance with the rule of the port of registration for this class of yachts, for a vessel with 12 or less passengers.
Life Saving Equipment
Liferaft....Zodiac Solas A pack 16 person Flat Container---------2
Rope Gun.........Pains-Wessex Speedline 250------4
Life Jackets Adult.......Lalizas 70169--------18
Life Jackets Children.........Lalizas 70167------3
Life Buoy with smoke--------2
Automatic Life Jackets........Lalizas Omega 20104-------2
Parachute red rocket flares-----------6
Floating orange smoke flares----------2
Torch with signaL-------------2
H.11 LOOSE EQUIPMENT
The vessel is provided with the following loose equipment, additional to those already mentioned in the previous chapters:
-Flags, national, two.
-Buckets, mops, sponges.
-Pillows, wool type.
-Sun bathing mattresses, cotton sheathed, with waterproof cover.
- Vertical side ladder
I. FITTING OUT OF ENGINE ROOM AND TECHNICAL SPACES
XE "MAIN ENGINE(S) INSTALLATION"
The mechanical system as a whole must be designed to perform satisfactorily in:
Sea water temperature ranging from -2°C to 32°C
Air temperature ranging from –5°C to 45°C
Angle of transverse list up to 7°
Fore and aft trim variation up to 800 mm from level trim
The Builder shall install the propulsion system to meet the manufacturer's operational standards for combustion air, water cooling, fuel supply, exhaust backpressure and propeller loading, in order to receive the unlimited warranty from the manufacturer.
The installation drawings, including the exhaust system, provided by the Naval Architect and or by the Builder must be submitted to the main and auxiliary engine manufacturers for approval.
The Moonen yacht “Ars Vivendi” must be used as reference for finishing quality and details of the engine room.
I.2 ENGINE ROOM XE "ENGINE ROOM"
The engine room shall be located as per the Drawings.
The Builder shall install lifting eyes in the machinery space in overhead to facilitate the movement of heavy machinery as specified in the Drawings.
The engine room compartment will have access from aft side of the superstructure and will have an emergency exit.
It will contain the following main equipment:
-The main engine with all the relevant accessories.
-The two electric generators.
-The fire fighting pump.
-The bilge pumps.
-The batteries sets for starting main engines and generators.
-The service battery set.
-The main switchboard.
-The log bench with all engines controls.
-The fresh water pressure set for feeding all vessel's users.
-The fresh water maker system .
-Shore power installation.
-Shelves and boxes for engineer.
The engine room, and the sides, bulkheads and overheads of the engine room, shall be insulated with pre-finished Alucobond or similar perforated aluminium panelling. All seams in the panelling shall be aligned.
The Builder shall arrange the engine room to provide good access to all equipment for servicing.
The equipment shall be selected for its known suitability and reliability, and the materials shall be selected for their suitability for marine use.
The engine room escape shall be a flush deck Freeman hatch fitted on the port forward side of the engine room. The ceiling above the hatch shall be fitted with a lifting ring to enable the crew to rig a temporary block and tackle to remove heavy items from the engine room.
There shall be liberal use of polished stainless steel for trays, brackets, support structures, handrails, etc.
The sole of the compartment shall be made of aluminium diamond tread plating, fastened to an inverted angled steel frame with stainless steel quick disconnect clips and pins. There shall be hinged sections where necessary above valves and strainers, per the Drawings.
The other machinery spaces shall be dealt with in a similar manner to the engine room, with the machinery installed in a manner which will permit good access.
I.3 ENGINE ROOM COOLING AND COMBUSTION AIR
The combustion air necessary for the proper operation of main and auxiliary machinery and the air necessary for ventilating the engine room shall be supplied by two ducts of appropriate size, fitted with reversible, variable speed axial fans of a capacity as specified by the Naval Architect. The quantity and quality of the air available to the main engines and generators shall be in strict in accordance with the specified requirements of the main engine and generator manufacturers.
The supply ducts shall be fitted with spray filters and with an axial silencer.
Access hatches shall be provided in ducts and the superstructure to facilitate servicing or removal of axial fans and fire dampers.
All E/R vents to be under sun bed area.
Twin engine room access port & starboard, with transparent flush hatches.
I.4 GUARDS IN THE ENGINE ROOM
Easily removable guards shall be fitted wherever necessary to assure the safety of the personnel.
I.5 ENGINE ROOM HAND RAILS
Polished stainless steel handrails and grab rails shall be fitted in the engine room in the appropriate places to assure the safety of the personnel, per the Drawings.
The Builder shall include a 1 m2workbench, with an industrial multi-drawer toolbox underneath, in the design of the engine room for the engineer. Above the workbench shall be 380,220 and 24 volt electrical outlets, a compressed air outlet and built-in cupboards and drawers nearby for large tools and parts storage. A small drill press and bench grinder shall also be located in the Engine Room (all tools shall be Owner’s Supplies).
I.7 ENGINEER’S SINKS
The engine room shall be fitted out with a 60x45x30 cm stainless steel parts cleaning and a small hand washing sink.
Hot and cold water taps are to be provided and the parts cleaning sink shall be piped to discharge into both the bilge tank and waste oil tank via a three-way valve.
J.1 MAIN ENGINES
The yacht will fit two diesel engines of the type Caterpillar 3406E developing at standard metric horsepower rating conditions 600 hp at 2100 rpm in ISO 3046 specified standard conditions.
Rating conditions are intended for continuous service (C rating, 3000 to 5000 hours per year at full power).
Displacement of engine14.64 l.
Rated engine speed2100r.p.m.
Cooling systemHeat Exchanger
Oil pan fitted to be of the largest capacity available.
J.2 AUXILIARY GENERATOR
There will be two generating sets 50 Hz, EPA compliant (when requested).
Each generating set will be composed of one engine coupled to a Caterpillar generator of
1 X Caterpillar C4.4, 86 ekW at 1500 rpm, 50 Hz, 380volt, 3 Phase, electronic controlled, EPA approved.
Each generator will be complete with all standard fittings, alarms and controls supplied by the manufacturer.
Each generator group will be locked on a proper Caterpillar s sound shield, with a system of elastic shock absorbers between gen. set and its under frame .
J.3 CONTROLS FOR MAIN ENGINE & GENERATORS
Main engine controls will be performed from four different stations: engine room, wheelhouse and sun deck steering stations.
Generators commands and controls will be performed from two different stations: engine room and wheel-house.
Controls will be designed according to the engine manufacturer's philosophy.
Instrumentation in engine room will be as per engine manufacturer standard supply, and it will allow for maintenance to be carried out without referring to the main console.
XE "610 MAIN ENGINE CONTROL"
XE "611 ENGINE INSTRUMENTATION"
In general the wheelhouse and sun deck steering positions will both have:
- Horn control.
- Multi speed bow-thruster control lever.
- Very large steering wheel aft. Tiller and small wheel in wheelhouse.
- Engine and gearbox controls with ahead and astern indicators.
- Main engine RPM indicator. Main engine oil pressure and temperature.
- Main engine water temperature.
- Main engine alarms on oil and water.
- Rudder angle indicator.
- Emergency stop/push button.
- Digital echo sounder repeater.
- Radar screen.
- Electronic chart screen
- Wind and water related instruments.
- Genoa roller control.
- Main sheet control.
The wheelhouse will have all the generator instruments and any other machinery indicators and alarms.
Transmission and will be performed by Twin Disk MG5135 gearboxes directly connected to the main engines.
Reduction ratio 3:1 or modified to suit chosen propeller.
A Vulkan thrust bearing elastic coupling will be fitted between the gearbox and the shaft.
J.6 MAIN ENGINE EXHAUST PIPING SYSTEMS
The main engine exhaust piping system shall be designed to discharge the exhaust gases under the water line when underway, going ahead, and above the waterline when the engine speed is below a specified rpm or when going astern.
The exact locations of the exhaust outlets and the design detail of the outlets and automatic exhaust valve shall be specified by the Naval Architect.
The main engine exhaust piping system shall have stainless steel flanged bellows-type flexible connections between the hull outlets and the silencers as well as between the silencers and the engines and where indicated by the Naval Architect.
The floating sections of the exhaust pipes shall be supported by vibration isolation mounts and there shall be a large dry silencer above each engine supported by vibration isolation mounts on a polished stainless steel tubular foundation that is connected only to the lower hull structure.
The exhaust riser above the turbo charger shall be fitted with a suitable connection for backpressure measurement.
On exiting the silencer, the exhaust gases shall be cooled by sea water, via a spray ring and discharge either underwater, or through the above water outlet via automatically controlled, electric butterfly valves.
All of the exhaust piping exposed to seawater above the water line, including any hull cowls and surrounding fenders is to be made from 316L stainless steel. If requested by the Naval Architect the above water exhaust hull outlets are to be made in an oval section and incorporated in the boot top paint line.
The exhaust pipes are to be insulated sufficiently so that the external surface temperature of the sheet metal enclosure does not exceed 60 degrees Celsius when the engines are running at maximum continuous speed.
All of the exhaust pipe and silencer insulation is to be covered with a polished stainless steel sheet metal enclosure.
The silencers are to be fitted with condensation drain plugs.
J.7 GENERATORS EXHAUST PIPING SYSTEMS
The main generators' exhaust piping system shall discharge the exhaust gases through an exhaust gas washing and water separator system designed to minimize exhaust noise, visible exhaust smoke and result in the exhaust discharging from the hull side without any splashing of water.
The silencers shall be specified by the Naval Architect in consultation with the engine manufacturers. The silencers shall be made from corrosion resistant material or have an adequate protective coating to minimise corrosion. The exhaust gas washing and water separator system components shall be made from corrosion resistant materials.
Sea water shall be drained from the water separator through the hull under the water line. The exhaust piping and silencers shall be isolated from the hull and bulkheads through vibration isolation mounts and stainless steel flanged bellows-type flexible connections.
All of the exhaust piping exposed to seawater, including any hull cowls and surrounding fenders is to be made from 316L stainless steel or suitable type GRP. If requested by the Naval Architect the exhaust hull outlets are to be made in an oval section and incorporated in the boot top paint line.
J.7 STERN GEAR AND SHAFTING
XE "706 STERN GEAR AND SHAFTING"
Stainless steel AISI 316L shaft, water lubricated.
Stern tube of steel with seal.
Shaft diameter sized as per Classification Society, shaft deflexion and engine manufacturer’s requirements.
XE " 707PROPELLERS"
The propellers will be Brunton Varifold, four folding blades.
One rudder of appropriate size will be operated by hydraulic rams, with emergency steering via a hand held tiller operated from the deck.
J.10 BOW THRUSTER
The vessel will be provided with a tunnel bow thruster of 120 HP power make Hamman, Koopnautic, or equivalent, electric driven by the larger generator, with proportional controls located on three steering station.
K. SYSTEMS AND PIPING
K.1 PIPING, GENERAL
Each system shall be provided with sufficient valves and cocks to permit adequate control of flow and to provide satisfactory isolating for maintenance of equipment, piping components and instrumentation.
All valves shall be fully ported.
International 'standard shore connections' shall be provided for the discharge of sewage, bilge water and dirty oils.
Relief or safety valves shall be provided as necessary to protect the systems from damage due to excessive pressure.
Systems shall be designed so that pipe lengths and fittings can be removed with minimum disturbance to other equipment, systems or fittings.
All piping systems shall be designed to be free from stresses caused by expansion, contraction and movement due to the flexing of the Yacht's structure.
All piping shall be installed without stress.
Pipes, valves, cocks, joints, etc. which are to be fitted throughout the Yacht shall be in accordance with ISO Standards and good commercial practice subject to compliance with the Classification Society regarding proximity to electrical installations and the ignition source.
Particular care shall be taken to ensure cleanliness of the systems and that no foreign matter is allowed to contaminate the inside of piping.
Plugs and seals shall be used over open-ended pipes when not being worked upon and shall not be removed until just prior to installation.
All piping systems shall be planned at an early stage in order to provide the most efficient arrangement.
The coordination drawings provided by the Builder are to show the coordination of the piping in respect of the cable trays, ducting, equipment, interior compartment layout and exterior compartment layout.
No compartments whatsoever whether guest or crew living compartments, crew operation compartments, crew service compartments, cupboards or lockers shall be reduced in volume from that shown on any approved drawings by piping other than the technical compartments as designated on the Naval Architects drawings.
Pipes and pipe joints shall not be within and shall be at least 10mm away from any hull, bulkhead, part ion or deck insulation material. All pipes shall be installed as close as possible to the respective insulation material, structural member, bulkhead, partition or deck to which it is running parallel.
The Builder shall give attention at the design stage to ensure a streamlined flow in all systems.
The sewage and grey water piping shall have cleaning connections installed near the inlets of each branch line, in the main pipelines and at the outlet ends, as per the vacuum pump manufacturer's recommendations.
The sewage and grey water vacuum piping shall have readily accessible isolation valves installed on each branch pipe, where the pipe joins the main pipeline, as per the vacuum pump manufacturer's recommendations.
The Builder shall give special consideration to the positioning of the pipes and brackets in order to minimize vibration.
All pipe brackets are to be welded to the Yacht's structure and not to plating.
All exhaust silencers and floating exhaust pipes shall be mounted on vibration isolation mounts to reduce structure born noise.
Lubricating and hydraulic oil pipes shall be pickled, neutralized and washed.
All hydraulic pipes shall be secured in high performance plastic pipe isolation supports with inserts of vibration damping material.
Piping requiring galvanising shall be galvanised after completing of welding.
All insulated pipes shall be secured with Armstrong insulated inserts in stainless steel pipe clamps.
All pipes other than hydraulic pipes and insulated pipes shall be secured with air cushioned rubber inserts. in stainless steel pipe clamps unless otherwise specified.
All pipe brackets attached to the steel structure shall be of stainless steel. All pipes shall be individually supported by their own brackets and brackets shall not support any other item other than a single pipe. All pipe clamps shall be commercial saddle type clamps.
All piping, including all drain pipes, shall be pressure tested whether required by the Classification Society or not and the Builder shall keep a record, in table format, of all pipes tested available for inspection by the Owner's Representative. The vacuum piping shall be tested in accordance with the vacuum pump manufacturer's recommendation.
All pumps shall be of the same make unless otherwise specified.
All pumps other than circulation pumps shall be fitted with vacuum and pressure gauges.
All pumps shall be installed on vibration isolation mounts (silent blocks) with piping connected through flexible joints.
The diameter of piping shall be sized to keep the velocities of fluids in the pipes within Classification Society Rules, to reduce long-term erosion.
Fuel coolers on the main engines shall be fitted with valved bypasses on the port and starboard sides.
No intermediate pipe sections shall be welded inside the Yacht other than hull, deck and bulkhead penetrations. Tack welding will be allowed during prefabrication provided final welding is completed outside the Yacht in the workshop.
All welded piping connections of metal pipes shall have full weld penetration.
All valves and associated equipment shall be easily accessible for operation and maintenance, shall be arranged in neat arrangements, and shall be isolated from the hull with gaskets. Dissimilar metals in the piping system shall be isolated galvanically from each other and bolts that pass through the dissimilar metals shall be insulated with nylon bushes and washes.
The quality of the installation shall be subject to the approval of the Owner’s Representative.
Remote controls shall be provided where accessibility is limited.
All level switches in difficult-to-reach locations (bilge alarms, etc.) shall be fitted on retractable rods for ease of access.
All pipe work shall be laid out to provide for convenient access for servicing and maintenance of the equipment.
The foundations of all pumps are to incorporate a stainless steel drip tray with a valved scupper.
All pumps shall be connected to piping by isolating valves to facilitate pump removal.
Wherever necessary, piping shall be electrically bonded to limit electrolytic corrosion.
Should the ambient temperature in the Yacht for any reason fall below zero degrees Celsius then the Builder shall drain all fluids from all pipes, tanks and equipment.
Where pumps and equipment from Gianneschi & Ramacciotti (G&R) are specified, subject to Naval Architect approval the Builder can replace them with equivalent equipment manufactured by Bell & Gossett.
K.2 PIPE LABELING
All valves, cocks, filters, pumps, etc. shall be clearly identified in the English language by suitably engraved plates of black on white, or white on black plastic.
The operating positions of valves, switches etc., shall be labelled.
A standardized piping colour code system shall be used to show the pipe contents and the pipes shall be correspondingly marked with coloured adhesive arrows to show the pipe contents and the flow direction. A pipe colour chart shall be displayed on a notice board and fitted in the engine room on a wall in the vicinity of the main entrance, as directed by the Owner’s Representative.
K.3 PIPING MATERIAL
All Piping shall be made from the following materials:
Lubricating oilStainless Steel ASTM A240, Type 304L, SOC-WELD, ANSI B16.11
Lubricating oil hose:AeroquipFC-234.FireResistant USC/MMT.
Hose Fittings:Brass, reusable ends.
Fuel oilAll Inox 316
Hydraulic systemAll Inox 316
Low pressure airAll Inox 316
Oil control pipesAll Inox 316
Deck Scupper drain pipesAluminium
Sea water systemStainless Steel
Bilge systemStainless Steel
Fire main systemStainless Steel
Sewage andStainless steel 'press fit' in engine room
Grey WaterHigh density pvc DIN 86013 in all other areas
Fresh water – hot & coldAll Inox 316
Fresh water connectionsPVC-U (Fischer)
to end uses
Air conditioningPVC-U (Fischer)
chilled water circulating
Air conditioning and refrigerationCopper
Exhaust pipes, Stainless steel 316L where pipes are exposed to sea water and steel for all others
Steel piping shall have stainless steel valves.
Valves on fuel system: Ball type, 3 piece, full port, Stainless Steel ASTM A351, Grade CF8M, ANSI B16.34, threaded. Trim is Stainless Steel ASTM A182/A276, Type 304/316.
K.4 PIPING INSULATION
Pipe-work shall be insulated in accordance with the following schedule:
Grey water in accommodation areas
Deck scupper drain pipes
Cold fresh water service work
9 mm Armaflex NH
On copper pipe only
Hot fresh water service
13 mm ArmaflexNH
On copper pipe only
Hot fresh water service
9 mm Armaflex NH
On polyethilene pipe only
Air conditioning and refrigeration
13 mm ArmaflexNH
All refrigerant pipe
All low temperature air conditioning chilled water work
Main engines & generators dry exhaust
Ceramic fibers with white bandaging
Dry areas only
ll Armaflex insulation shall be installed per the Armaflex installation manual. All radiuses and bends shall be cut and glued per Armstrong
All joints in the insulation shall be covered with a glued flat section of Armaflex rubber.
All joints between insulation material sections shall be glued. All insulated piping shall be installed with sufficient clearance so that the external face of the insulation is not contacting any other item, and is not crushed, damaged or otherwise compromised. Once the system has been tested and balanced, the isolation valve handles shall be removed and secured adjacent to the valves and then the valves shall be completely covered with insulation.
K.5 PIPING CONNECTION
All flanges and joints shall be fitted in accordance with ISO Standards and subject to compliance with Classification Society Rules.
Bulkhead penetrations shall be of the flanged type where pipes pierce watertight bulkheads, tank tops or decks.
Bulkhead penetrations for all insulated pipes shall be constructed so that the insulated pipe passes through a larger diameter pipe penetration piece with the cavity filled in accordance with Classification Society's rules and regulations.
All connections between pipes and between other fittings on pipes with an outside diameter of more than 35mm shall be either slip-on flange type or Straub couplings unless otherwise requested by the Classification Society. Slip-on flanges shall be welded on both the inside and the outside of the flange.
Straub couplings shall not be used on the engine cooling system, on any pipe work subject to cyclical changes in temperature or on any sea water piping. All Straub couplings shall be the most ideal model type for the application and shall be only Straub brand. Single bolt couplings shall not be allowed.
All connections between pipes and between other fittings on pipes with an outside diameter of between 35mm and 12mm shall be either Straub, Byte or Ermeto brand unless otherwise requested by the Classification Society.
All connections between pipes and between other fittings on pipes with an outside diameter of less than 12mm shall be Byte brand unless otherwise requested by the Classification Society.
All pipes, other than welded penetration pieces shall be removable from the Yacht by means of mechanical pipe connections and no pipe shall be required to be cut to be removed.
The Builder shall take special care to align the pipes so that the flanges to be jointed are parallel before the joint is made and that no undue force is required to bring the two faces together.
All mating pipes and fittings shall be installed with concentric bores.
The Builder shall take special care to ensure any gasket fitted between the flanges shall not protrude into the bore and that the gasket is designed and approved for the intended service.
All fuel oil or oil hoses shall be equipped with factory assembled end fittings. All fuel oil or oil hoses shall be made of a material suitable for the fluids carried at the temperatures involved. All hoses shall be suitably sized and shaped to absorb the vibration of the generated vibration planes and directions where required. All fuel oil and oil hoses shall be fire resistant and shall have screw fittings on both ends. All fuel line hoses shall comply with the Classification Society Rules and MCA Code.
K.6 BENDING OF PIPING
Bending work on pipes shall be by cold bending, high frequency induction heating or by welded fabricated bends.
Pipes shall not be bent to a centre-line radius of less than 1.5 times the diameter of the pipe.
Small radius bending of pipes may be fabricated with welded elbows, having a radius approximately equivalent to the nominal diameter of the pipe. Use of 90 degree elbows shall be as minimal as possible and the Builder shall notify the Naval Architect and Owner's Surveyor of each 90 degree elbow.
Ninety degree elbows or bends shall not be used on the grey water gravity drain pipes, grey water vacuum pipes or sewage vacuum pipes. Bends and other changes in direction in all sewage and grey water vacuum piping shall be as per the vacuum pump manufacturer's recommendations.
The bending radius of copper pipe and aluminium alloy pipe shall be about three times the nominal diameter.
L.1 XE "FUEL OIL SERVICE SYSTEM" SEWAGE SYSTEM
The toilets shall befitted with a Tecma system and shall discharge into a centralized black water holding tank.
The system shall be fitted with two identical pumps connected so one is in 100% reserve of the other, each fitted with hour meters.
The holding tank shall have the possibility of discharging directly at sea, via a hull penetration located on the aft port side of the engine room or via the sewage treatment system, or discharging to a shore connection via a dedicated line and deck outlet located on the main deck aft.
The sewage treatment system shall be a Tecnicomar, 1.5 m3/h.
The sewage treatment system shall be connected directly to the black water holding tank and installed in accordance with manufacturer installation recommendations.
The treatment system and the capacity of the holding tank shall be compliant with all applicable regulations (MCA, IMO, United States Coast Guard, etc.).
The direct discharge pump and the sewage treatment plant shall be controlled by separate sets of Vega radar automatic level switches as well as by manual switches. When the direct discharge pump is started by its manual switch it is to be able to be stopped automatically by its low level switch or by its manual switch.
The black water holding tank shall be fitted with a manual sounding pipe as well as a Vega radar tank level sensor connected to the integrated monitoring system. The tank level sensor is to incorporate both a high level alarm and a very high level alarm.
The sewage treatment pump and the sewage tank discharge pump are to be fitted with an elapsed time running alarm connected to the monitoring system.
The Builder shall install the vent line from the black water holding tank to the highest point of the mast and shall fit the vent line with an in-line axial blower to maintain a slight negative pressure on the tank and an Heinen & Hoppman smell filter.
The sewage vent outlet is to have an anti-flash head.
Where requested by the Classification Society or MCA, remote electrically operated closing valves shall be fitted in the black water system piping at the watertight bulkhead penetrations per damage stability requirements.
L.2 GREY WATER SYSTEM
A number of grey water drains, as specified by the Naval Architect, shall drain through conventional "P" traps into the black water pipe work via scupper/tanks and discharge to the black water holding tank to dilute the sewage with the appropriate amount of fluid content.
The galley sink shall be fitted with an in-sink macerator, that drains through a strainer/grease trap before draining into the black water tank. The strainer/grease trap is to be installed in an easily accessible location.
All grey water pumps shall have a housing and an impeller of bronze with a stainless steel shaft. All discharge pumps are to be fitted with hour meters and located less than 2 metres from the tank.
L.3 BILGE SYSTEM XE "BILGE/FIRE SYSTEM"
The bilge system shall be according to Classification Society Rules and MCA Code.
There shall be a main bilge system and an emergency bilge system [see Paragraph 0 (Emergency Bilge System)].
The main bilge system shall consist of a number of independent pipes and suction points, as per the design and as specified by the Naval Architect, to service the entire Yacht, and shall be connected in the engine room to a bilge manifold fitted with bronze screw down valves.
The main bilge system will discharge into the the sea through a hull penetration located on the port side of the engine room.
A self-priming bilge pump, made by G&R, shall be connected to the manifold to allow for the system to be operated from the engine room.
A second, identical pump, serving the fire fighting system, shall be connected to the system to serve as back up to the bilge pump.
The engine room bilge system manifold shall also be fitted with a portable suction hose made of Armovin.
A basket type strainer shall be fitted, within the engine room, in the suction pipe between the manifold and the bilge pumps.
The location, specifications, and connections of the bilge pump shall permit the bilge pump to be interchangeable with the fire pump [see Paragraph L.5 (Sea Water Fire System)].
The forepeak bilge system shall be via an ejector system that operates off the fire main and shall discharge directly into the sea through a hull penetration located on the port side of the forepeak. Switches to start and stop the fire pump shall be located in the forepeak near the entrance hatch.
Bilge alarm panels shall be installed in the wheelhouse and in the engine room adjacent to the bilge manifold. On acceptance of the alarm from any panel the audible alarms will be turned off for the activated sensor and on cancelling the alarm from either panel the indicator lights will be turned off for the activated sensor until the sensor is reactivated.
A common bilge alarm panel will be installed in the crew's mess with a single indicator light and audible alarm with an alarm accepted button.
All bilge suctions shall be fitted with strum boxes, of stainless steel perforated sheet, that are readily accessible and removable.
Bilge wells or additional bilge suctions are to be installed in any areas where the design of the bilge does not allow all of the bilge water to be evacuated by the bilge suction.
L.4 EMERGENCY BILGE SYSTEM
The emergency bilge evacuation system shall be totally independent of the main bilge system and shall consist of suction points as per rules and regulations. Details of pipe work shall be as directed by the Naval Architect. The diesel driven emergency fire pump in this system would perform the function of the emergency bilge pump.
L.5 SEA WATER FIRE SYSTEM
A sea water fire main, running along the length of the hull side, shall supply eight hydrants located on each deck.
The fire main shall be fed by a self priming general service pump made by G&R fitted in the engine room, in parallel with the main bilge pump so that the pumps can serve as back up to each other or double up in both fire and bilge services. The capacity of the pumps shall be as directed by the Naval Architect, in accordance with Classification Society Rules and MCA Code. In an emergency the fire main can also be supplied by the diesel driven emergency fire pump.
An international shore connection fire main connection flange shall be fitted on deck, as per the Drawings.
L.6 DIESEL DRIVEN FIRE PUMP
A diesel driven, Gianneschi & Ramacciotti BMA40 Manual Start 3.7 kW, 03MPOOL, self-priming, emergency fire bilge pump shall be installed in the aft peak to supply water to the sea water fire main. The diesel powered pump shall be permanently installed and hard piped to the fire main/bilge system, as directed by the Naval Architect.
The pump shall have a pressure gauge on the discharge side of the pump.
The diesel tank capacity shall be per Classification Society requirements. The tank shall located where it can be easily filled by the tender diesel oil bunkering hose.
The capacity of pump shall be to Classification Society Rules and to Naval Architect requirements.
The pump shall be fed from an independent sea water hull penetration located in the vicinity of the pump and provided with a sea cock and strainer. The strainer cover is to be secured by a single butterfly nut and the minimum diameter of the strainer basket is to be 150mm.
The pump shall be used primarily for supplying the main fire line but shall be able to operate the emergency bilge system .
L.7 FIRE STATIONS XE "FIRE STATIONS - BILGE/FIRE SYSTEM"
The fire hydrants shall be located so that a stream of water from a fire hose can reach any area of the Yacht. The location and number of fire hydrants shall be as directed by the Naval Architect, in accordance with Classification Society Rules and MCA Code.
Unless otherwise specified by the Naval Architect each fire station shall consist of a clearly labelled dedicated locker containing a:
Fire Hydrant, with bronze valve.
Synthetic 40 mm diameter fire hose, with brass pin lugs.
Fog/stream type brass nozzle.
Hose coupling key.
The exterior fire station lockers shall be fabricated into the superstructure. The exterior locker doors shall be flush fitting with weathertight seals and blind hinges and shall not be lockable with a key. The interior fire stations are to be incorporated into the interior design.
L.8 FRESH WATER SYSTEM XE "FRESH WATER SYSTEM"
Two twin tanks, port & starboard, incorporated in the double bottom structure.
The tanks shall be fitted with a manual sounding pipe, and with electric gauges.
A media filter shall be fitted in the fresh water tank dock filling pipe.
The fresh water will be distributed via two pressure sets G&R Ecoinox 2
A branch from the circuit will be provided, controlled by a valve for sending water to windshield wipers.
The domestic fresh water system shall deliver hot and cold fresh water to outlets throughout the Yacht including the sun deck, swimming platform showers as per the Naval Architect's drawings.
An automatic chlorinator is to be installed on the domestic fresh water tank filling pipe from the watermaker and dock filling connections.
Stainless steel drip trays with valved scuppers shall be installed under all filters and pumps in the fresh water system.
On deck shower will be provided aft and on the sundeck .(Hot & cold water).
L.9 HOT WATER SUPPLY
There shall be two stainless steel 150 litre hot water boilers with internal heating elements and pilot lights, with the thermostat having sufficient differential (5 degrees C at least) in order to prevent frequent switching.
A low level sensing system shall switch off the heating elements before the boilers run dry.
Both boilers shall be connected by valves so that both boilers can supply the hot water system or if required either one can be isolated.
The Yacht shall be fitted with two Sea Recovery water makers connected to the auxiliary generators cooling water outlet, complete with all necessary gauges filters, which shall be installed in the engine room. Nominal Capacity each 200 l/h.
L.11 DECK FILLING AND DISCHARGE STATIONS
All filling and discharge stations shall be located as directed by the 70
There will be one fillind station dedicated to fuel and one filling station dedicated to fresh water.
The fuel will be filled via gravity.
The fresh water filling inlet shall be separated from the fuel oil bunkering station by a considerable distance, and the fresh water tank vents shall terminate inside the filling station box, which shall drain to the deck scuppers.
L.12 COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM XE "COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM"
The Yacht shall be fitted with one electric air compressor of rotary type for on board services.
Compressor G&R or similar, 3 kW.
L.13 FUEL SYSTEM
The yacht will be fitted with two double bottom fuel tanks, as directed by the Naval Architect.
The tanks will be provided with inspection hatches, level gauge and vent pipe, fitted with flame trap.
Fuel transfer can be executed by means of a dedicated capacity 2 tons per hour, and by means of an emergency hand pump.
Feeding of engine and generators will be performed from the aft tank, through proper double body water-fuel separators fitted in the circuit, type Racor of capacity 150% higher than maximum fuel consumption.
L.14 FUEL FILTERS
XE "802 FUEL FILTERS "
The engine to be fitted with one duplex fuel filter fitted, over and above the standard fuel filters supplied with the engine; make: Racor.
One Alpha Laval centrifugal self cleaning fuel filter set, Alfa Laval MMB 203 centrifugal separator (600 l/hour) to the fuel manifold and discharge of impurities in the sludge tank to be installed.
All filters to be fitted with suitable drip trays.
L.15 FUEL TANK GAUGES
XE "809 FUEL TANK GAUGES"
Tank gauges make Capacitive type or equivalent.
Dials to be arranged near fuel manifold or in engine room entrance, with a repeater in the wheel house.
Tank Gaugae System
80cm Capacitive Sensor----------Vela Yacht,---------2
80cm Inox Level Sensor------------Vela Yacht--------3
90cm Inox Level Sensor-------------Vela Yacht--------1
Turotest Tank Level Display---------Vela Yacht,-------6
L.16 LUBRICATION OIL SYSTEM
Clean lube oil will be kept in steel drums and integrated hull in the garage and held in place by suitable clamping, as directed by the Naval Architect.
Clean lube oil will be transferred from the drums to the engines sumps via a fixed electrical pump, located in the engine room, fitted with a flexible hose and with a quick fitting.
The engine room will be fitted with one integral tank, located in the area between the engine girders, capacity about 500 litres, for dirty lubrication oil, fitted with a portable hose and a pump to discharge the dirty oil from engine and generators.
The tank will discharge on main deck, by the transom.
L.17 FIXED FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM BY FM 200
Engine room will be fitted with a fixed inert gas fire fighting system, type FM 200 according to R.I.Na. requirements. Relevant equipment will be located in aft deck.
All controls will be protected by means of breakable glass.
L.18 SEA WATER FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM
The sea water fire fighting system will be according to relevant MCA and R.I.Na. regulations.
L.19 PORTABLE FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
Powder portable fire extinguishers will be fitted where necessary, according to Class rules.
Fire-extinguishers and fire hoses with nozzles will be provided as required by national regulations and Classification Society.
Fire axes and a fire blanket will be delivered and stored in a suitable place.
L.20 FORCED VENTILATION
The Yacht will be fitted with a permanently running, totally silent forced air extraction system from the bathrooms.
Each bathroom and the galley will be fitted with a Vetus Twin Line extractor.
The Galley will be fitted with a powerful and quiet hood extraction system.
Air Fan--------Dündar DTB-130, 220V-------4
Blower------------Vetus Twinline 12V----------5
Blower---------ITT Jabsco Compact 135 cfm 30480-0024---1
Engine room ventilation:
Blower-------Gianneschi & Ramacciotti VCR 352/A, 220V, 2.2 kW------1
Dumper Air Shutter----------Gianneschi & Ramacciotti 250x355 mm SS.----2
Pneumatic Hook--------Gianneschi & Ramacciotti 26SG------2
L.21 AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM
The system will be centralised, chilled water type, with internal heat exchanger cooled by sea water: it will cool (or heat) all the living areas whose temperature will be locally and independently controlled by means of thermostats. The main unit will be located in engines room and will feed the fan coils located in the accommodation.
Total BTU 200.000
Manufacturer Condaria or similar.
Air extraction will be via extractor fans located in toilets.
The following thermal conditions will be assured.
External: 5°C temp.;
Internal: 20°C temp.
External: 38°C temp.;
Internal: 22°C temp.
XE "820 HEATING "
The heating of the yacht is to be performed by the same system as the air conditioning using warm ducted air controlled by the same individual thermostats in the accommodation spaces as for cooling.
Thermostat controls to be digital with temperature indication.
M. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
All electric fittings, switches, cables, circuit breakers and their installation, will comply with the regulations for the electrical and electronic equipment of ships of the International Electrical Comity and Classification requirements.
The system will include all necessary fittings and protection devices, essential for the proper functioning.
All the electric system will be insulated from the hull whilst the frames of the electrical equipment will be grounded for safety. Tests will be performed to control the insulation of major equipment. All circuit breakers will have time delay thermal overload trip and instantaneous short circuit current trip.
Name plates in English will be provided for switchboard, distribution boxes and electrical circuits. Sockets for different voltage system will be clearly labelled, and with different pin size so that one system will not be plugged into the other.
Where cables will be protected by metal pipe conduits, the space factor of the pipe conduit will be in conformity with regulations in order to prevent bunching of wires and minimise earth faults, i.e. maximum space factor 40% All terminal points on switchboards will be connected with approved fittings. diagram of the complete electrical distribution will be mounted adjacent to the switchboard.
The Builder will supply to the Owner for his approval the electrical wiring diagram.
M.2 MAIN VOLTAGES
The following type of voltages will be used:
- 380 V, 50 HZ Three phase
- 220 V 50 Hz Single phase.
- 24 V D.C.; from A.C via a rectifier and from batteries sets .
M.3 POWER SOURCES
The main power sources will be:
Two A.C. generators, as defined in the relevant paragraph, will be fitted in engine room, port and starboard. They will be driven by electric started diesel engines and will be self excited, self-regulated, and ventilated type, of trip-proof design.
Shore power, frequency converter type Atlas or equivalent
A shore socket will be provided on aft deck. It will carry any kind of 50 Hz/380V three phase current and will be connected to the main switchboard, via an insulation transformer of 50 KVA. The socket will be provided with 12 metre shore cable.
M.4 STARTING BATTERIES.
Three sets of starting batteries will be provided: one set will be used for starting of main engines and will have a capacity according to the manufacturer recommendations.
The two remaining sets will be located near to the electric generators and will be used for starting of the generators.
M.5 SERVICE BATTERIES.
One more battery set will be provided to feed the electronics, the auxiliary circuits, the emergency lights, the navigation lights.
Gel Batteries emergency 24 -----------Exide 210 Ah-----2
Starter Batteries for Engines-----------Fiamm 225 Ah----4
Starter Batteries for Gen-Sets----------Fiamm 180 Ah---2
Gel Batteries Service 24 ----------------Exide 420 Ah----6
A main switchboard of metal construction with. adequate ventilation louvers will be fitted in an accessible and well ventilated position in engine room.
Switchboards will be designed to facilitate front servicing.
A secondary switchboard will be located in the wheelhouse, to operate navigation lights, alarms, etc.
This switchboard will have a profile of the yacht engraved, with alarm lights encased in the engraving.
M.7 BATTERY CHARGERS
XE "518 BATTERY CHARGERS"
Mastervolt supplied, permanently installed and linked to system for all ship’s batteries.
1 Battery Charger
Mastervolt Mass 24V/100A
1 Battery Charger
Mastervolt Mass 12V/30A
Mastervolt Dakar Sine 24V/1000W
There are battery charging alternators on each diesel engine, including gen-sets to supply starting batteries, with automatic regulation.
M.8 STARTING BATTERY CROSS-OVER BOX
XE "520STARTING BATTERY CROSS-OVER BOX"
To be positioned close to 24 V batteries and the main engine starter motors, containing two main battery switches and the coupling switch (make Bosch) plus the necessary NH (knife type) fuses.
The handles of the switches are removable.
To this box the 24 V starting motors, the starting batteries and the connections to the main switchboard to be routed.
M.9 24 V D.C. SECTION
A D.C. Section will be provided. Single pole circuit breaker will be provided and will include all the necessary instruments and protections for lines coming from A.C. section and going to users.
M.10 CABLES AND WIRING
XE "508 CABLES AND WIRING"
Cables will be of the multiple conductor for all AC circuits and meeting Classification rules and UNAV and CEI requirements (related certification to be delivered to the Owner’s Representative).
The main wire trays will be made of metal or self extinguishing PVC.
Wiring that may generate interference with electronic equipment will be appropriately screened.
All wiring passages through watertight bulkheads will be sealed with appropriate rubber glands.
All the wiring will have their marked colour in the switchboard, in junction boxes and everywhere is necessary for quick identification.
Each end of an individual cable will be numbered with identification tag - numbers shown on ship’s wiring - diagram produced by Ship Yard and fitted with compression terminals.
Wiring trays to be extra wide, so as to allow laying of cables in no more than four layers.
Wiring trays are to be run on over heads.
There will be one or more local distribution boards in each watertight section of the yacht .
M.11 ELECTRIC MOTORS
XE "505ELECTRIC MOTORS"
All motors above 2 KW to be of the three phase induction type, fractional horsepower types to be single phase capacitor start preferably without a centrifugal switch.
All motors to be of be totally enclosed type with tropicalized class E or F insulation, rated at 45 degr. C. ambient temperature, with a watertight terminal box.
M.12 DECK LIGHTING
XE "512DECK LIGHTING"
Sufficient lights will be provided for proper lighting of decks and interior passage way lighting, including boat area and Mediterranean gangway aft.
A number of watertight outlets will be provided in inside and outside passage ways.
Method of fixing and type will be approved by designer. Fixture will be watertight and mounted flush in ceilings.
Ten watertight 100 W lights will be fixed to cross member of the mast, on swivelling feet, switch on deck.
Twelve spotlights will be fitted in various areas of the sun deck, under the permanently shaded area.
Two watertight spot lights over aft gangway and side gangway for deck illumination.
1 Starboard ligh------Hella Classic Line
1 Port Light-----------Hella Classic Line
1 Aft Light-------------Hella Classic Line
1 Masthead Light-----Hella Classic Line
1 Anchor Light----------DHR55
1 Anchor Light---------Lalizas
4 Spreader Light------12V 35W
10 Spreader Light-----24V 50W
2 Projector----------ITT Jabsco SL 155 12V
M.13 BILGE AND ENGINE ROOM LIGHTING
The bilges, and in particular the bilge storage areas, will have adequate neon lights located in appropriate positions, and for complete bilge inspections; the engine room will have at least four lights suitably protected against damage.
N. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT
N.1 NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
All the navigation equipment and the related wiring and cabling will be supplied and commissioned by the Owner at his expenses.
The Builder will be requested to provide, at his own costs, to the physical installation of the equipment on board, to provide electrical power connections to the equipment and to lend skilled or semi-skilled labour for running cables, loading on board heavy equipment, etc.
So as to allow the Builder to estimate the cost of his services, the following indicative list of equipment to be fitted on board is supplied:
- 2 Radars
- Chart plotter
- GMDSS equipment as requested by MCA
- 2 Portable VHF
- Autopilot system
- Brooks & Gatehouse sailing instruments
- Depth meter
- Inmarsat Mini M
- TV antenna
- Telephone switchboard
- On board computer
- Printer/fax machine
- Computerized monitoring systems, other than those requested by MCA and Class and/or supplied as standard by engines and generators manufacturers.
- Instrument repeaters in steering stations.
Sailing instruments to be detailed, and their position for easy use, to be defined.
All guest cabins will have one small hand held VHF (Icom), which will be stowed in a suitable charger. .
N.2 NAUTICAL INVENTORY XE "602 NAUTICAL INVENTORY"
A wheel house clock and aneroid barometer and graphic barometer will be delivered and a flag locker be provided.
Ample chart and equipment stowage to be provided.
Hand bearing compass.
N.3 ENTERTAINMENT EQUIPMENT
All the entertainment equipment and the related wiring and cabling will be supplied and commissioned by the Owner at his expenses.
The Builder will be requested to provide, at his own costs, to the physical installation of the equipment on board, to provide electrical power connections to the equipment and to lend skilled or semi-skilled labour for running cables, loading on board heavy equipment, etc.
So as to allow the Builder to estimate the cost of his services, the following indicative list of equipment to be fitted on board is supplied:
The saloon and owner’s cabin will be fitted with a plasma TV, as large as practical but not exceeding 32 inches.
The crew's mess will be provided with one 18 “liquid crystal TV set and one video tape player/radio set, make Sony, similar to Bushido.
The guest cabins will be supplied with an 18” liquid crystal TV set at the end of each bed, fitted so that the viewer can listen with a headphone if required. Each TV set to have its own independent DVD player
The saloon will be supplied with a radio/compact disk/tape player with command for speakers in saloon and for waterproof speakers on aft deck, make Sony.
The wheel-house will be supplied with a radio/compact disk/tape player with command for waterproof speakers on aft deck, make Sony. .
The Guest cabins and crew's mess will be provided with a radio/tape player, make Sony.
1 TV ----------Sony PFM-32 Plasm
1 Video Scard-------Sony BKM-B10
1 Wall Aparatus--------Sony MB-32B
4 TV------------Sony KLV-17HR1 LCD
1 Wall Aparatus-------For LCD TV
1 Video----------Sony SLV-SE820D
4 DVD-----------Sony DVP-NS430/S
7 Radio-CD PlayeR---------Sony CDX-CA 680X
1 Mini Hi-FI---------Sony CMT-CPX1
1 Additional Loud Speaker--------For CMT-CPX1
7 Loud Speakers-----------Sony XS-P2020
2 Marine Loud Speake------Sony XS-MP61MK2
All of the products used for painting the Yacht shall correspond to the high standard of finishing suitable for a yacht of this type.
The Yacht’s hull topsides shall be painted dark blue, the superstructure shall be painted white, in a shade selected by the Owner from the standard samples provided by Boero or International Paint, to Builder choice, with the bootline of different colours.
See Appendix A for detailed Boero specification.
Final selection of external colours shall be made by the Owner within 12 months after the signing of the Construction Agreement. To assist with paint selection, the Builder shall provide samples of paint applied to polished surfaces of approximately 60 cm x 60 cm size.
The undercoats and fillers shall be manufactured by Boero or International paint and shall be guaranteed by the manufacturer as compatible with the topcoats.
The enclosed paint schedule is based on the Boero range of products; in case that International Paint is selected as paint supplier, the equivalent schedule will be adopted.
The paint manufacturers are to provide a paint specification specific to this yacht prior to any preparation work commencing. Deviation from the paint manufacturer's specifications for the Yacht will only be permissible where changes in writing from the manufacturer have been received and agreed by the Owner's Representative.
All paint and filler products shall be applied in strict application and under the strict supervision of a surveyor appointed by the paint manufacturer. The Builder shall record daily the dew point, surface temperature, ambient temperature and humidity in the area being painted.
The shed utilized for the paint application shall be thoroughly cleaned from dust and debris (including walls, ceilings, beams, etc.) before beginning the topcoat applications. The shed shall be kept clean at all times.
No grinding and sandblasting shall take place anywhere in the shed during application of fillers. No dust generating activities, such as wood cutting, etc., shall take place anywhere in the shed during application of the topcoats.
The Builder shall not paint over insulation material, stainless steel piping, plastic piping, flexible hoses, rubber or plastic pipe isolators, flexible machinery mountings, cable trays and wiring unless specifically authorised to paint certain items by the Owner's Representative.
Where needed, sandblasting shall be done to SA2,5 (SIS 055900; ISO 8501-1) standard.
Sweeping materials ASILIKOS (www.asikos.de), AFESIKOS (http://www.asikos.de/details/us_afesikos.html) or other equivalent non toxic sand blasting material.
O.3 PRE-TREATMENT OF ALUMINUM ALLOY PARTS
Where fairing and/or painting is to be applied to aluminum alloy parts, these parts shall be cleaned and degreased with solvents before sweeping or grinding. After sweeping or grinding, the surfaces shall be treated with the first coat of the paint system and sweeping materials. Areas which are closed, welding parts, and internal surfaces, shall have no preparation.
Any outside areas where the primer has been damaged due to welding or burned spots shall be ground. After grinding, all parts shall be treated with the first coat of the paint system, to the satisfaction of the Owner’s Representative.
Any inside areas where the primer has been damaged due to welding or burned spots shall be mechanically ground to ST2 standard (medium-hard tools). After grinding, all parts shall be treated with the first coat of the paint system, to the satisfaction of the Owner’s Representative.
Areas where fittings have been fixed during completion works shall be mechanically ground or brushed to ST3 standard (medium-hard tools) and subsequently treated locally with epoxy primer.
O.4 SURFACE TREATMENT OF VARIOUS PARTS
All stainless steel parts without a coating system shall have no preparation. All stainless steel parts subject to paint application shall be mechanically ground make the surface coarse.
The Builder shall be responsible for ensuring that all commercially fabricated parts have been appropriately preserved by the manufacturer and that these parts receive a final top coat in accordance with the general colour schemes and according to the indications of the Naval Architect.
O.5 QUALITY STANDARD OF FAIRING AND EXTERIOR PAINT
In order to eliminate the subjectivity associated with visual assessment of the standard of surface finish of exterior painted surfaces, the following procedure shall be followed to provide an objective and repeatable evaluation of the surface finish:
●The finish of painted surfaces subject to such analysis, namely the topsides and the superstructure, shall be presented to the Owner’s Representative for acceptance based on the attached procedure; and
●The two most conspicuous aspects of the surface finish shall be the brilliance (the “Gloss”) and an orange peel or haze effect (the “Look”).
The quality of the filler fairing shall be such that a straight edge approximately 3 meters long, located in the vicinity of the surface, shall reflect as a straight, continuous element without breaks or discontinuities in the reflected image.
O.5.3 Gloss and Look reading measurement positions
After a period of 20 days following the last application of top coat, both Gloss and Look readings shall be taken in the following positions:
Starting from a position 1 meter below the cap rail on the port transom corner, three separate readings shall be taken in the same general area at intervals of 3 m. all round, until returning to the port transom corner. This check shall be repeated, at vertical intervals of 1 meter, above and below the previous set of controls until the entire area is covered.
Due to the complexity of shape and surfaces, a drawing representing a density of reading positions equivalent to that of the topsides shall be presented by the Builder to the Owner’s Representative prior to effecting measurements of Gloss and Look.
(c) Gloss Measurement and Acceptance
The Gloss of the surface finishes shall be measured with a professional Glossmeter, in accordance with procedures detailed in ASTM D 532, ISO 2813, DIN 67 530, set for an angle of incidence of 60°, in all positions detailed in this Paragraph 0 (Quality Standard of Fairing and Exterior Paint).
Resulting Gloss values of less than 90 Gloss for either surface measured as detailed in this Paragraph 0 (Quality Standard of Fairing and Exterior Paint) shall be considered as unacceptable. (Allowable error of gloss meter : +- 2 gloss).
(d) Look Measurement and Acceptance
In order to simulate the visual evaluation of the orange peel or haze effect, an appropriate laser-emitting instrument, the “Wave-scan plus”, shall be used to optically scan the resulting wavy, light-dark patterns on the surface.
The average of each group of three readings per position, measured as detailed in this Paragraph 0 (Quality Standard of Fairing and Exterior Paint – Topsides), shall be plotted on a graph as per attachment on Exhibit B to the Technical Specifications (Boero Wave-Scan).
The elliptical boundary marked on the graph shall represent the current highest standards of the benchmark to be met.
The cylindrical boundary marked C on the graph shall represent a higher standard than the ellipse.
Owner shall not accept the surface unless at least 80% of the plotted average falls outside the areas marked A or B.
O.6 EXTERIOR WOOD AND BRIGHTWORK XE "EXTERIOR WOOD AND BRIGHTWORK"
Exterior varnishing using Epifanes clear gloss varnish shall be according to the following procedure:
Wood shall be wiped down with denatured alcohol or equivalent.
Wood shall be sanded with 60-80 grit dry abrasive sandpaper, with the grain.
Wood shall be finish sanded with 100-120 grit dry abrasive sandpaper, with the grain.
First coat: Thinned 50%, allowed to dry, sanded with 220 grit dry abrasive sandpaper.
Second coat: Thinned 25%, allowed to dry, sanded with 280 grit dry abrasive sandpaper.
Third coat: Thinned 15%, allowed to dry, sanded with 320 grit dry abrasive sandpaper.
Fourth through seventh coats:Thinned 0-5%, allowed to dry, sanded with 320-400 wet or dry sandpaper.
The above process shall provide a glossy, grain filled finish and shall be to the recommendations for tropical operations, according to the application manual issued by Epifanes. The Builder shall apply seven coats.
O.7 EXTERIOR LOCKERS AND CABINETS XE "EXTERIOR LOCKERS AND CABINETS"
Interiors of exterior lockers and cabinets, where visible, shall be cleaned and painted white.
The paint used shall be Boero two (2) component, white paint.
P. SAIL HANDLING GEAR
As a general guidance, all sail handling gear to be manufactured by Harken.
Where suitable Harken products are not available, the Naval Architect will indicate alternative suppliers.
Captive winches will be made by Rondal or equivalent
Furler to be manufactured by Bamar or equivalent, as directed by the Naval Architect, and to be fitted on fore sail.
The staysail will be self tacking.
The main sheet will be handled by a hydraulic ram housed within the main boom.
Winches size and location to be as per Naval Architect directions.
The following winches will be electrically driven:
- Main Halyard (captive winch)
- Foresails Halyards
- Genoa sheet (captive winch)
- Two reefing winches for main mast.
Hand operated winches will be fitted for the following services:
- Boom topping lifts
- Reefing system for main sail
- General service for main mast.
Quantity and location as per naval architect indications
All winches to be self tailing.
P.3 MPS SAIL
The builder will fit the deck equipment necessary for hoisting a MPS cruising sail.
P.3 MASTS AND RIGGING
The masts will be built of anodised aluminium alloy by a qualified professional mast builder.
The main mast will be keel stepped.
The Builder will send for approval to the Owner all working drawings needed for the construction of the mast.
The Naval Architect will deliver the sail plan with indicated all minimum sizes for the rigging and the minimum moment of inertia of the mast section, to be complied with.
The mast panels above the upper spreader will be tapered.
The rigging will be made of stainless steel spyroidal wire.
The rigging terminals will be Norseman.
In general, all mast equipment will be Harken, Bamar, Hood Yacht Systems, Antal, or custom made by specialized mechanical workshops, as directed by Naval Architect.
Main boom to provided with custom made main stowage system.
The spars will be painted white or black or brown, as directed by owner.
P.4 SAILS SPECIFICATION
Sail area as per contractual sail plan;
Sail Manufacturer Hood-USA or Doyle.
Main Sail :
3 reef, 4 full length Polyester battens, Radial Strip reinforcement
Leach rope with aluminum cleat + webbing protection
Outline depending of the mast & boom fitting
Sewing with a white UV resistant Thread
Draft visualization strip, Bag
Surface : 336 m²
Cloth : Dacron 1°choice
Weight :To sailmaker advice
Cut : Cross Cut
Furling Jib :
Radial Strip reinforcement
Leach rope with aluminum cleat + webbing protection, Foot rope
Head & tack in webbing for a better furling
Clew : Stainless steel press Rutgerson super-rings
Sewing with a white UV resistant Thread
Draft visualization strip, Furling mark, Bag
Acrylic UV protection on foot & leach
Colors : white
Surface : 320 m²
Cloth : Dacron 1°choice
Weight :To sailmaker advice
Cut : Cross
Staysail on Boom :
Radial Strip reinforcement
Leach rope with aluminum cleat + webbing protection, Foot rope
Head point in webbing, Tack point with Stainless steel ring
Clew : Stainless steel press Rutgerson super-rings
Sewing with a white UV resistant Thread
Draft visualization strip, Bag
Surface : 81m²
Cloth : Dacron 1°choice
Weight :To sailmaker advice
Cut : Cross
MPS Asymmetric spinnaker (owner supply) :
Radial Strip reinforcement
Stainless steel ring at the 3 point
Sewing with a white UV resistant Thread
Spectra rope in the luff
Surface : 550.00 m²
Cloth : Polyester (color : Blue, White, Red & cream)
Weight :To sailmaker advice
Cut : Tri radial
The following tenders will be fitted on board, supplied by Owner and fitted at Builder’s cost:
Castoldi Jet Tender 14 fitted with Yanmar 100 HP Diesel, fitted in the aft.
Castoldi Jet Tender 15, fitted with Yanmar 125 HP diesel engine suspended on the fore deck.
Tenders will be fitted with straps, lifting points, fixing points.
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