| Year: || 1982 || Engine Type: || Twin Inboard/Outboard |
| Make: || 132' Superyacht with complete technical refit || Engine Make: || caterpillar |
| Model: || done in 2016 ! || Engine Model: || 3412 |
| Type: || Motoryacht || Primary Fuel Type: || Diesel |
| Length (feet): || 132 || Fuel Capacity: || Over 200 Gallons |
| Beam (feet): || 21.6 || Hull ID Number: || one off |
| Hull Material: || Steel || For Sale By: || Private Seller |
| Use: || Salt Water |
This superyacht was built and designed in Greece, ran as a luxury charter with several VIP's (got an endorsement written in its log from Robert Wagner !) in the Mediterranean sea always with the same owner. in 2012 the owner sadly passed away leaving the vessel to his US resident son who did not know anything about ships and sold it to me. as the owner was sick for a few years before he passed the boat had been dormant in the water for about two years so I had her hauled out of the water (bills and extensive photographs are available) and had a massive and very expensive refit done.
All steel was sounded, bulkheads, decks, hull, everything. any steel under water not up to par was cut out and replaced.
the bottom of the swimplatform was cut out and re-ribbed, then new steel was placed.
the shafts were pulled out, bearings replaced, shafts resurfaced, polished, you name it. outer cutlass bearings were replaced by a new system with Teflon bearings.
Rudders: same thing
all new zincs of course, underwater lights were placed, new transducer for the depth finder, 2 coats of primer, 5 coats of antifouling. automated daytank filling system installed, new fire pump (acts as second emergency bilgepump too)extra fuelcapacity brings her range up to 3500 Nauical miles at +/- 9 knots
Top speed 12 knots.
New Garmin 5012 with Radar and AIS overlay.
New Simrad autopilot
2v gel cell housebank, 3000+ Amphours at 24 volt, powering two inverters to always leave drinks cold and pizza's frozen. the power steering pump is also fed by this housebank so whilst underway neither of the two generators need to run.
24 solar panels on board. not installed yet, waiting for a new bimini structure to be made on second deck aft. solar panels meant to charge housebank to be fuel independent at anchor.Engines are 2 x Caterpillar 3412, 520 HP. Overhauled at 2200 hours. ran them since for about 300 hours. Boat is in Spain, will be brought over to caribbean in the next month. fuel for trip is already on board.
Generators are 2 x Caterpillar 3806, 57kW at 380v. converter for 220v to outlets.
Yacht also has 110v outlets and lights, that run off the 24v housebank over a 5000 watt nominal power inverter (10 thousand watt peak)
Since the battery bank is this big, additional inverters can be added if so desired. Housebank currently charged by 8 solar panels loosely installed on second deck aft, this keeps it up great already and generators are not needed. just in case a new 140 Amp 24v charger was installed already to power charge the housebank on either shorepower or off the generator.New starting banks for engines and generators were installed.Double racors for main engines and new single, separate racors for generators.All fuel pumps and injectors were cleaned and inspected, overhauled where necessary on both main engines and generators.Many bulbs already replaced with LED bulbs.The yacht has 4 staterooms below deck, all full beam, 2 with queen beds and two with separate single beds. each room with private bathroom with shower, toilet and bidet. Bathrooms are old fashioned in colors and tiles but can easily be refitted to modern standards and customer wishes.
One master bedroom forward on deck level, also full beam, private bathroom.Forward of Salon is a guest toilet.on second deck level theres a captains cabin with private bathroom, and a bedroom with two separate beds and again, private bathroom.The crewroom below forward deck behind the collision bulkhead and anchor chain locker, it's gutted to bare steel, repainted and ready to be fit out as new owner desires. it used to house 8 beds (2 x 4 stacked) and again, a separate bathroom. AC throughout the boat although in need of some repair and maintenance.all floors inside are new with a pvc click laminate, slip and water proof. for working areas and outside decks we've installed a vulcanized pvc tile that make a completely water impervious floor.I have so much more to tell that it wouldn't fit in this posting. at serious interest please contact me and i'll walk you through the whole thing. :-)