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EUR 57,500,000 (US$ 79,810,000)
Beautiful 75 meter under construction at the respected Proteksan-Turquoise shipyard. Andrew Winch design, 1900+ tons, changes still possible . Very attractive value, construction is well underway, delivery early 2014.
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PROTEKSAN TURQUOISE NB55
Designer: Andrew Winch Designs
Builder: PROTEKSAN – TURQUOISE CONSTRUCTION INC. Interior Designer: Andrew Winch Designs Hull: Steel Superstructure: Aluminum Decks: Teak Length overall: 75 m 246'2" Length waterline: 65.5m 214'8” Beam: 12.5m 41' Draft: 4m 13’01” Maximum speed: 17 knots Cruise speed: 15 knots Range @ 14 knots: 5,000 nautical ,iles Range @ 15 knots: 4,000 nautical miles Bow thruster: 190kW Stabilizers: Quantum Zero Speed (2 sets) Water makers: 2 x 20 tons/day Fuel: 200,000 liters 52,834 gallons Fresh water: 35,000 liters 9,246 gallons Holding tank: 31,000 liters 8,189 gallons Black water: 7,000 liters 1,849 gallons Grey water / ballast: 31,000 liters 8,189 gallons Clean / dirty oil: 4,300 liters 1,135 gallons Class: ABS Maltese Cross A1, Maltese Cross AMS, Commercial Yacht, ACCU, MCA LY2
As presently designed, and subject to Buyer’s modification, there is an Owner’s stateroom on the upper Owner’s deck, and seven guest suites on the main deck. There are 11 or 12 crew staterooms plus the Captains cabin.
BILGE DECK: Pump room forward followed aft by the laundry. Further aft are the dry store areas and refrigerator and freezer rooms. There is a crew office further aft with bathroom, desk, hanging locker and Pullman berth above a desk. There is an optional layout for an additional crew stateroom in this area. There is a full height crew passage between the tanks aft into the engine room.
LOWER DECK: There are eleven crew staterooms forward with 9 crew bathrooms. There is an optional layout for an additional crew cabin opposite the crew mess which is to port. There is access from the crew area into the beach club and spa, which also has various optional layouts. As presently designed the beach club opens to the water on the starboard side and has a steam room, plunge pool, shower, hair salon, massage room, day bathroom, bar and couches as well as access to the main deck via the beach club lobby or the elevator. The main galley is opposite to port. The engine room is further aft and the garage for storing 2 x 8.5m tenders and four wave runners is further aft. There is a secondary beach club further aft with dive store and day head and settees and tables ahead of a large staircase into the water. Stairs on both sides from the swimming platform access the main deck.
MAIN DECK: There are two 5m tenders stored sunken into the foredeck. There are six guest suites on the main deck all with either bathtubs with showers or generous showers. The forward two staterooms can be made into a full beam VIP stateroom with pocket doors. A seventh guest suite or staff stateroom is further aft on the main deck. The main deck lobby has elevator access from the lower deck to the sun deck and a central staircase services all deck levels. The dining room and main salon are further aft ahead of the open aft deck with dining and access to the aft beach club.
UPPER OWNER’S DECK: There is an outside Jacuzzi all the way forward with sun pads around. The master stateroom has vertical windows all around giving beautiful seaside vistas. There are his and her bathrooms, each with adjoining dressing rooms further aft. An owner’s office with adjoining bathroom is aft to starboard, ahead of the lobby. Further aft is the upper deck salon with outside dining further aft.
BRIDGE DECK: The bridge with vertical windows is forward with radio room, Captains cabin, Captains office and pantry further aft. The elevator and staircase service the lobby. There is a gym or cinema or additional deck salon further aft opening onto another open deck aft which can be laid out in many different arrangements as shown on the various optional drawings.
SUN DECK: There is a seating area looking forward with coffee table and expansive sun pads either side of a large Jacuzzi pool. The elevator exits under the shaded area which is also well laid out with a bar and day head. There are sun loungers further aft.
Please note that currently there are many optional layouts still available for the owners stateroom, guest suites and beach club etc.
Steel with aluminum superstructure and teak decks Stainless steel inserts for: Freeing ports and scuppers Anchor pockets and hull protection Under wooden cap rails Anchor hawse and spurling pipes Trays under water, fuel pumps Bulwark door hardware Trim around fairleads, feeing ports Crane and davit hardware Load line, freeboard and draught marks Tray, trim and base of anchor caps Anchor pocket stem Stanchions, handrails, grab-rails, sundeck windshield supports Deck locker and door hinges, locks and handles All hydraulic pipes and fittings Aluminum or composite mast Class: ABS Maltese Cross A1, Maltese Cross AMS, Commercial Yacht, ACCU, MCA LY2
Navigation, Communication and Electronics
Navigation equipment – the following will be installed in the wheelhouse, with antennas positioned on the radar arch, mast, structure or coach roof: 25 kw X-band marine radar with 7’ antenna, 21” display 10 kw X-band marine radar with 7’ antenna, 21” display Differential GPS interfaced to gyro compass, speed log, radar and chart plotter Speed log Automatic pilot with connection for gyro and magnetic compasses Gyro compass with gyro interface box Depth sounder, digital display Wind direction and speed indicator Chart plotter with built in GPS Navigation aids: 2 x remote control search lights (Sanshin) navigation lights according to COLREG air horn according to COLREG, Kahlenberg, triple trumpet bell with name, insignia and year of yacht 2 x collapsible anchoring black balls GMDSS Area A3 communication console will be installed in the radio room Simplex VHF DSC MF/HF receiver and transmitter SAT-C transceiver including GPS card Data terminal for SAT-C 2 x keyboards 2 x dot matrix printers Charger and power supply Other communication equipment: Fascimile 2.6m whip Navtex receiver module Satcom, complete with telephone, printer and VDU units connected to the central telephone system with the antennas on the radar arch 1 x Raytheon RAY 430 loud hailer Telephone system: Exchange built for 40 lines and 3 simultaneous speech and 4 incoming lines, Panasonic or equivalent Telephone interfaced with the shore telephone, the Satcom and the GSM Navigation instruments: Magnetic compass Barometer, thermometer, hygrometer and clock set Inclinometers Quartz clock Chronometer Binoculars Set of flags 18” x 24”
Computerized Monitoring and Control System
Group Schneider Premium series monitoring system with 128 incoming information signals, provides monitoring for main engines, generators, machinery systems, bilges and tanks High resolution color monitor in the engine control room Repeater panels in crew mess, engineer’s cabin, captain’s cabin and wheelhouse Computer will interface with all other electronic systems onboard to gather data for easy retrieval by the crew Level switches by Besta, Switzerland Level transmitters by IPH Automation, Denmark
Computer Terminals (Owner's Supply)
Installed by the Builder from Owner’s supply with terminals at owner’s office, captain’s cabin, radio room, and engine control room Network cables installed by builder Network connections (data sockets) in each guest cabin 2 x spare cable conduits to all guest areas and crew mess
2 x Caterpillar 3516B engines, rated at 2447 BHP (1825kW) at 1600 rpm Quantum zero-speed stabilizers with 2 x 7m2 fins. Active, non-retractable Reintjes or ZF gear boxes Kobelt, ZF or equivalent electronic control system Controls at wing stations will be IP56 rating enclosed in a weather-tight sealed and dogged covers (2) Alfa-Laval, model MAB-103 fuel separators For motors above 8kW, air conditioning chiller, ventilation fans, either soft starts or frequency drives Frequency converter for bow thruster 2 x water makers, Idromar or similar, producing approximately 5,283 gpd (20,000 lpd) at 25°C seawater temperature 3 x stainless steel 316 L hot water tanks of 106 gallons (400 liters) each, fitted with electric immersion heaters of 72 kW total, (3) 8kW heaters in each Vacuum toilet system by JETS with 2 pumps, pressure switches, vacuum gauges, electric control panel, silent type white vitreous china bulkhead mounted toilets Hamann Wassertechnick, Eco Marine or similar sewage treatment plant with 5400 l / day capacity Compressor and air system – 5 compressed air outlets positioned around the vessel 1 x air compressor with 200 liter tank Air conditioning and ventilation by Heinen & Hopman, by a multistage chilled water circulating plant serving thermostatically regulated fan coil units 190kw Schoettel or similar bow thruster
Generators and Electrical System
400/230VAC, 3 phases, 50 Hz 230VAC, single phase, 50 Hz 24VDC and 12VDC 4 x Caterpillar C9, 6 cylinder generators rated at 1500 rpm. They will be fitted with alternators to give an output of 400/230VAC, 50Hz with 200kW (250 kVA) and serve as main generators. All with sound enclosures, two in parallel will carry entire ships load. Shore control – 2 transformers, each 400V, 3 phase 2 x 100A shore cables of 50m each with sockets and plugs 1 x 120 kW emergency generator, Caterpillar, 3 phase, 50Hz
Audio and Visual Equipment
Standard color TV in the owner’s cabin, upper deck saloon and library and these three locations to have multi standard VCR units, separate from the television. 7 x multi-standard color televisions in the 5 guest cabins and in the crew mess room and captain’s cabin complete with integral multi-standard VCR’s and DVD’s Sony or equivalent household type hi-fi systems in the owner’s suite, lounge / library and boat deck saloon. Such systems to include CD, and AM/FM sterio AM/FM stereo systems (compact) in the 5 guest cabins, crew mess room, captain’s cabin and sun deck 7 x car-type radios/CD players in all crew cabins and galley Each TV unit will be connected to the central TV antenna system Music for boat deck will be arranged with water proof speakers via the music center of the nearby lounge Sun deck will have water proof speakers Chartplotter image will be piped to TV sets as a channel option. TV’s will be in the form of flat screens with VCR’s working as tuners Speakers by Sony or equivalent
Lighting fixtures by Cantaluppi or equivalent, 230 volt AC Lighting controlled by tumbler switches with dimmers 3 way switches to be provided where required for controlling lights from 2 locations Lighting in galley, pantry, workshop, control room, and engine room and aft peak are fluorescent fixtures Location and number of lights and receptacles will be based on a total of 1000 including those for ornamental table or desk lamps 14 underwater lights If Lutron or similar light control system is requested, it will be supplied by the Owner and installed by the Builder If fiber optic and / or LED lights are requested, they will be Owner’s Supply and installed by the builder Emergency lights will be arranged around the life rafts and embarkation areas
Heinan amd Hopman Summer conditions: Outside: 38°C, 90% relative humidity Inside: 22°C, 55% relative humidity Seawater temp. 32°C max. Winter Conditions: Seawater temp. 7°C min. Under winter conditions outside at 0°C, guest and crew spaces 20°C, wheelhouse, galley and pantry, 18°C.
2 x Data or similar vertical polished stainless steel electric windlasses 2 x anchors, stockless HHP “Pool N” finish Stud link chain, high strength steel (grade U2) Tow line (98 fathoms) long, 8 strand, white nylon size 5 (48 mm diameter) 6 x hawsers of 45m (25 fathoms) Polished stainless steel reversible capstans, Data or similar All bollards fabricated of AISI 316L stainless steel, polished to a glossy finish, 10 total Pop up cleats on the bathing platform 14 x fairleads of AISI 316L stainless steel 12 x Polyform or equivalent fenders Fender covers Set of international code flags Covers with fasteners for deck gear such as windlasses, searchlights, air horn and deck seats outside 1 x MCA approved custom built electric and hydraulic operated boat crane. Crane rated to lift 1000 kg while handling rescue boat from forward garage Main tenders in the tender garage will be handled by overhead cranes with one pair sliding davits at each side capable to lift 2 tons per side and synchronize Provisions for storage of (20) 20 liter petrol jerry cans Forward telescopic mast of GRP or aluminum, electrical or hydraulically driven. When stowed, not to be above the forward deck bulwark; when up self supporting. On bridge deck aft, sliding glass screens on the bulwark, recessed in the fashion plate Hinged, tempered glass doors in the side deck walkways Passarelle and Ladders: 8m passarelle by Nautical Structures, Van der Velden, Sanguineti, Motomar or similar with teak grating which hydraulically swings transversally and horizontally Removable U shaped stanchions on both sides of the passarelle Lights and call bell with a telephone box Passarelle in a water tight compartment Marquipt “Sea Stair” ladder with adjustable steps, removable stanchions, stored in aft peak All exterior stairs are aluminum constructed with 23mm teak steps with rubber inserts 1 x hydraulic flush fitting side board ladder by Van der Velden, Sanguineti, Motomar or similar with teak steps
Safety and Fire Protection
Alarm system integral with the monitoring system Complete integrated fire detection and alarm system Central monitoring panel in the wheelhouse with an audio alarm in the wheelhouse and crew mess Hi-Fog pressurized water mist fire suppression system, by Marioff OY, including engine room 4 x MCA approved inflatable liferafts with a 25 person capacity by RFD, Viking or similar with ocean packs and hydrostatic releases 8 x white SOLAS life buoys with lights and lines, 2 with smoke signals 1 x life jacket for each person on board plus and additional 10% Distress signals – rockets and flares 4 x rocket powered line throwing unit 3 x portable VHF 1 x GPS EPIRB (406MHz) ACR, McMurdo or equivalent 2 x SART Color TV security system with camera in engine room, each side deck showing side entrance, and one camera mounted facing aft on the aft deck Monitors in the wheelhouse, Captain’s cabin and crew mess Cameras will be with fixed lens
Galley and Laundry
3 level food lift with 3 stops and 3 doors, lifting capacity 50 kg Galley equipped according to the latest EEC regulations concerning hygiene. All equipment of type 304 stainless steel, Bosch, Electrolux or equivalent commercial grade Granite counters Electric griddle Electric cooker to have 6 induction heating elements under a flash top Dishwasher Electric salamander grill Extract canopy, brushed stainless steel Pressureless steam cooker Microwave Twin sink unit Food disposal unit 2 x air cooled refrigerators Garbage fridge in the lazarette or tender garage (approx. 500 liters) Book storage shelves and / or lockers Food / plate warming area Mini bars in VIP cabin and guest lobby Steward call as part of telephone system Pantry at galley: 1 x refrigerator 1 x food waste disposal unit 1 x ice maker, 70kg / day 1 x microwave 1 x coffee machine Worktop and storage cabinets Upper deck pantry: 1 x dishwasher 2 x icemakers, 35 kg/day each 1 x microwave 1 x refrigerator 1 x coffee machine Worktop and storage cabinets Sink Laundry: 3 x commercial washing machines 3 x commercial dryers 1 x ironing mangle 1 x sink 2 x domestic steam irons 1 x washer and dryer fitted near the vicinity of the engine room or lazarette Crew mess: 1 x microwave 1 x trash compactor 1 x dishwasher 1 x sink 1 x refrigerator Refrigerated drink cabinet Sun deck bar: Icemaker Under counter refrigerator Dishwasher Sink Storage cabinets Bridge deck aft buffets: Under counter refrigerator Storage cabinets Bilge deck: Walk-in fridge and freezer compartments
Tenders and Toys
3 x tenders and 1 x rescue boat will be supplied by the Owner, 2 tenders will be stowed in the tender garage. The MCA and crew tenders to be on the main deck. Hydraulic boat chocks for tenders with floor inserts to cover when boats are out 4 x pairs of whip sockets 4 x 2-person wave runners (Owner’s supply) in the garage with necessary tie-downs and chocks
The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.
A detailed inventory and a list of exclusions will be provided pursuant to a Purchase Agreement.
Interested in this boat?Toll-free: 866-420-9159Tel: 954 463 0600