2016 Custom Vincent LeBailly Sloop

$7,730,635.00

VINCENT LEBAILLY CUSTOMDESIGN

Year:
2016
Length:
28m
Engine/Fuel Type:
/
Located In:
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Hull Material:
Aluminum
YW#:
79614-3724439
Current Price:
EUR  6,490,000 Tax Not Paid (£ 5,620,829) 

VINCENT LEBAILLY CUSTOM DESIGN

Her unique concept originates from the desire for unsurpassed freedom, love for the sea, and passion for sailing. An experienced sailor, the owner, had extraordinary yet precise requirements. A real challenge to all parties involved, project management was entrusted to Norbert Sedlacek, a world-renowned sailor whose experience from single-handed circumnavigation of the globe was invaluable to this project.
Performance oriented hull lines, powered by carbon rigging and advanced sails in combination with a lifting keel and the latest deck equipment, are the secret to Bellkara’s excellent naval characteristics. She is fast, agile, and responsive, yet a luxurious cruiser delivering the highest level of comfort to the owner and his guests.

Her wide beam delivers outstanding interior volume divided into two zones, giving crew and guests their private space. The aft part of the yacht accommodates a spacious garage for an almost 5-meter long luxurious tender. A powerful 355 hp engine, large fuel tanks, strong hull, and unlimited sailing range make Bellkara ready for long-range cruising on open seas in any weather.

You can also reach me on my cell 727-479-6530

Please contact me 7 AM to 5PM EST +1-727-479-6530 (GMT -5)

Please contact Patrick Dines at (954) 828-2242

Disclaimer:

Jupiter Marine Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by IYB Yachts.

Jupiter Marine Sales offers the details of this yacht in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of this boat for sale. A yacht buyer should instruct his yacht broker, or his boat surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This yacht for sale is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

Year: 2016
Length: 28m
Located In: Fort Lauderdale,, Florida,
Hull Material: Aluminum
Dimensions:
LOA: 28m
Beam: 28m

VINCENT LEBAILLY CUSTOMDESIGN

Year:
2016
Length:
28m
Engine/Fuel Type:
/
Located In:
Fort Lauderdale, FL
Hull Material:
Aluminum
YW#:
79614-3724439
Current Price:
EUR  6,490,000 Tax Not Paid (£ 5,620,829) 

VINCENT LEBAILLY CUSTOM DESIGN

Her unique concept originates from the desire for unsurpassed freedom, love for the sea, and passion for sailing. An experienced sailor, the owner, had extraordinary yet precise requirements. A real challenge to all parties involved, project management was entrusted to Norbert Sedlacek, a world-renowned sailor whose experience from single-handed circumnavigation of the globe was invaluable to this project.
Performance oriented hull lines, powered by carbon rigging and advanced sails in combination with a lifting keel and the latest deck equipment, are the secret to Bellkara’s excellent naval characteristics. She is fast, agile, and responsive, yet a luxurious cruiser delivering the highest level of comfort to the owner and his guests.

Her wide beam delivers outstanding interior volume divided into two zones, giving crew and guests their private space. The aft part of the yacht accommodates a spacious garage for an almost 5-meter long luxurious tender. A powerful 355 hp engine, large fuel tanks, strong hull, and unlimited sailing range make Bellkara ready for long-range cruising on open seas in any weather.

You can also reach me on my cell 727-479-6530

Please contact me 7 AM to 5PM EST +1-727-479-6530 (GMT -5)

Please contact Patrick Dines at (954) 828-2242

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Boat Name
BELLKARA

Dimensions
LOA: 91 ft 0 in
Beam: 24 ft 6 in

Engines
Cruising Speed: 11 knots
Maximum Speed: 13 knots

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 1 (3000 Litres)
Fuel Tanks: 1 (4000 Litres)

Accommodation
Number of cabins: 3
Number of heads: 6

Electronics
Depthsounder
Log-speedometer
Wind speed and direction
Repeater(s)
Navigation center
Plotter
Autopilot
Compass
GPS
VHF
Radar
Radar Detector
Computer
TV set
DVD player
Radio
CD player
Cockpit speakers

Sails
Fully battened mainsail
Battened mainsail
Furling mainsail
Genoa
Furling genoa
Storm jib
Spinnaker
Gennaker/Cruising spinnaker
Asymmetric spinnaker
Trisail

Rigging
Steering wheel
Tiller
Hydraulic winch
Electric winch
Spinnaker pole

Inside Equipment
Stern thruster
Bow thruster
Electric bilge pump
Manual bilge pump
Battery charger
Air compressor
Air conditioning
Heating
Hot water
Fresh water maker
Sea water pump
Dishwasher
Washing machine
Oven
Microwave oven
Marine head
Electric head
Chemical head
Refrigerator
Deep freezer

Electrical Equipment
Shore power inlet
Generator
Inverter

Outside Equipment/Extras
Teak cockpit
Teak sidedecks
Cockpit cushions
Cockpit table
Swimming ladder
Cockpit shower
Outboard engine brackets
Davits
Radar reflector
Tender
Liferaft

Covers
Mainsail cover
Cockpit cover
Genoa cover
Spray hood
Lazy bag
Lazyjacks

Main Characteristics

 

– Length overall: 27.93 m 

– Length at waterline: 26.40 m 

– Beam overall: 7.48 m 

– Draught: 2.23 / 4.63 m 

– Chainplates half width 3.252 m 

– Displacement light: 71.5t about 

– Displacement at full load: 79,9 t about 

– Weight of lead bulb: 11,6 t 

– Weight of fin: 3.810 t about 

– Generator n°1: 22.5 kW 

– Generator n°2: 22.5 kW 

– Engine power: 355 bhp 

– Max speed*: 13 kts 

– Cruising speed**: 11.5 kts 

– Fuel capacity: 4,000 lts 

– Range at 10 knots: 1,000 nm about 

– I 36.662 m 

– J 10.351 m 

– P 34.699 m 

– E 9.823 m 

– Mainsail 221 m² 

– Genoa 200 m² 

– Solent 90 m² 

– Storm jib 40 m² 

– Code 0 260 m² 

– Gennaker 310 m² 

– Asymmetrical spinnaker 500 m² 

– Spreaders angle 26° 

– Fresh water capacity: 3,000 lts 

– Water maker: 142 lts/h 

– Grey/black water capacity: 300 lts 

– Classification Society: BUREAU VERITAS 

– Class type: I MALTESE CROSS HULL (hull class only)*** 

– Flag: MALTA 

– Use: Private 

 

Mast Equipment

Masthead

– 1 Carbon box in HR T700

– 1 Closing plate In Tufnol for instruments fitting

– 1 Mainsail sheave Acetal Pick ring + stainless steel pin + ring

– 1 Stainless steel main fixed point pin + ring

– 1 Lift sheave Acetal Pick ring + stainless steel pin (this sheave can be used as a spare for the main)

– 2 steps + safety pad eyes

– 1 gent halyard sheave box on the side of the mast

– 1 x 316L stainless steel backstay pin + ring

 

Storm Jib hound

– Halyard 2/1

– Single carbon box + 2 sheaves, Pic rings

– 1 Fixed point, Dog Bone type built-in the mast + textile loop

– 1 single anti shaffing spectacle

 

Solent hound

– 1 Solent attachment for structural furler

– 1 Antal sheave box with built-in sheave

 

Genoa hound

– 1 Staysail attachment for structural furler

– 1 Antal sheave box with built-in sheave

 

Storm Jib Hound

– 1 Antal sheave box

– 1 Fixed point on Dog Bone built-in the mast + textile loop

 

Spreaders

– 4 Levels of spreaders with carbon tapered shaped tubes

– Fiber HR T700 for the carbon spreaders tubes

– Attachment for spreaders 1 – 2 – 3 – 4 with stainless steel crossing bar in 17.4 PH

– Attachments for diagonals for D1 – D2 – D3 – D4 built-into the bars

– Attachements D5 Micro Tang type

– 2 Courtesy flags dead eyes under Spreader 1 + block

 

Runners attachments and deflection checkstay

– 2 Runners attachments at Storm Jib level

– 2 Runners attachments at Solent level

– Dog Bone type attachments built-in the mast

Lazy jack

– 2 Flat blocks Harken Ø 80 mm

– 2 Lazy entries at 2/3 of the mast

– 2 Exits on lower part

– 2 Spinlock jammers

 

Gooseneck and Vang gooseneck attachments

– 2 Attachments in carbon HR T700

– 2 Stainless steel pins in 17,4 PH

– 4 Stainless steel rings at pin passage

– 1 Hollow pin at gooseneck level for Cunningham passage

 

Mainsail track

– Harken 1706.3.4m Mini-maxi ball bearing track, mainsail track, hydraulically adjustable car (system under deck)

– Mini-maxi custom car with 2 standup blocks Harken C9026

– 2 Mini-maxi simple track end stop

– 1 hydraulic cylinder for traveler HYCP055191000BNN

– 2 Harken pulleys C8624 at ends of track

– 2 Harken ref3011

– 1 Switch system for cars storage

– 1 Removable door for cars entry

– 1 Built-in insert for screwing track + watertight aluminium box for hydraulic cylinder fixation

– Polished A4 stainless steel screws + Redux epoxy bonding

– 1 Upper structural stop

– 1 Double attachment car on the Harken switch

– (hook optional)

 

Lower panels under spreader 1

– 8 halyards exits with rounded edges + stainless steel anti chafing plate + messenger

– 6 Harken 648 pad eyes, 3 on each side of the gooseneck for reefs

 

Mast foot

– 2 holes for bar passage + stainless steel protection

– 1 mast jack stainless steel bar

– 1 mast foot heel plug anodized black with two centering pins

– 2 exits for electrical, electronics, and hydraulics cables

– 1 base standard aluminum anodized black (excluding block to send back to deck)

 

Navigation Electronic Equipment

RADARS: 

– 1 radar FURUNO MFD12 

– 1 display TFT 12.1” FURUNO 

– 1 module AIS FURUNO FA 50 

 

NAVIGATION STATION: 

– 2 compact marin computer, with MAXSEA TIME ZERO ECS 

– 2 tactile display 17” XGA LCD 

– 2 displays B&G H3000 type GFD 

– 1 depth sounder B&G H3000 

– 1 GPS FURUNO GP33 

– 1 LOCH B&G H3000 

 

AUTO PILOT: 

– 1 Auto pilot B&G H3000 with ACP2 calculator 

– 1 fluxgate compass HALCYON 2000 

– 2 pilot indicator B&G H3000 type GPD

 

WIND STATION: 

– 1 B&G H3000 

 

VHF: 

– 1 VHF SAILOR 6248 

– 1 handset waterproof 

– 2 Handheld VHF SAILOR SP3520 

 

STANDARD C: 

– 1 Mini C “TT-3026E” GMDSS 

 

SATELLITE TELEPHONE: 

– 1 IRIDIUM SAILOR SC4000 

 

 

Engine & Generators

 

ENGINE

The main characteristics of the CUMMINS diesel engine are as follows:

– Model: QSB 5.9

– Number of cylinders: 6 in line

– Bore / stroke: 102 x 120 mm

– Displacement: 5.9 litres

– Power: 261 kW / 355 bhp

– RPM: 2800 rpm

– Weight Net dry: 612 kg

– Rating Intermittent (ID)

Intermittent (ID): Intended for intermittent use in variable load applications;, where full power is limited to six hours out of every twelve hours of operation. Also, reduced poer operation must be at or below cruise rpm, which is 200rpm belom the maximum rated speed. This rating is for applications operating less than 1 500 hours per year.

 

ENGINE CONSUMPTION:

Fuel consumption of the CUMMINS engine along a 2.7 fixed pitch propeller curve is of 68.1 l/h, at full load, with a fuel of 35° API gravity at 16°C (60°F) having an LHV of 42,780 kJ/kg when used at 29°C and weighing 838.9 g/liter.

Observed horsepower is certified within ±5% of rated horsepower.

 

GENERATORS

The characteristics of the main generator set are as follows: 

Make: CUMMINS-ONAN 

Type: 22.5QD MDKBT 

Continuous output: 22.5 kW 

Voltage: 230V 

RPM: 1500 rpm (50Hz) 

 

The characteristics of the second generator set are as follows: 

Make: CUMMINS-ONAN 

Type: 22.5QD MDKBT 

Continuous output: 22.5 kW 

Voltage: 230V 

RPM: 1500 rpm (50Hz) 

 

Generator sets features: 

– Advanced digital electronic control providing extensive diagnostic capability 

– Shutdown with diagnostic indicator light for: high engine coolant temperature, high exhaust temperature, low oil pressure, over speed/voltage, starter over crank, no raw water flow. 

– Start-run-stop switch with glow plug preheat and fuel pump priming modes for easy starting; run light and diagnostic indicator light. 

– Electronic governor. 

– Digital voltage regulator integral with control. 

– 12V DC electric system with battery charging, negative ground. 

– Electric fuel transfer pump. 

– DC control console mounted with insulation and DC protective circuit breakers. 

– Fresh water cooling system with heat exchanger, expansion tank and coolant recovery system. 

– Water cooled exhaust mixing elbow. 

– Gear-driven raw water pump. 

– AC mainline circuit breaker. 

– Running time meter. 

– Air intake silencer. 

– Full flow lube oil filter. 

– Electric fuel shut-off via electronic governing actuator. 

– Fuel filter. 

 

The generator sets are equipped with a rigid sound shield. 

Continuous operation of the generators is allowable with a maximum heeling angle of 10°. 

Intermittent operation of the generators is allowable with a maximum heeling angle of 22.5°. 

 

 

 

 

Tanks

 

Fuel oil tanks:  

Fuel oil is stored in two integrated tanks having a total capacity of 4,000 litres, in order to ensure a 1,000 nm range at 10 knots. 

Each tank is equipped with a manhole, easily accessible, for periodical inspection. Filling pipes and vent-holes (with anti-flame griddle) are manufactured with aluminium 5754 pipes. 

Two filling stations are located in the passage ways. These filling stations will be flush in bulwark. 

The suction pipe in each tank will terminate approximately 50 mm above tank bottom and will be fitted with a non-return valve to prevent loss of prime. An additional pipe is installed to the lowest point of each tank for sludge and water removal. This pipe may be connected to a portable wing scavenger pump. 

The fuel is drawn directly from any of the hull tanks via a manifold through pre-filters. 

The transfer between tanks is made via the filling manifold through a main 230/400 Vac self-priming 5.5 m³/h AZCUE type or equal electric pump. 

In line to all diesel engines, fuel supplies are equipped with Duplex RACOR water separator filters incorporating vacuum gauges and moisture sensors reported to an alarm panel, and ALGAE-X anti-bacterial filters. A remote control isolation valve is incorporated so that the fuel supply can be shut off to all machinery in the event of a fire. 

 

Fresh water tank:  

Fresh water is stored in two integrated tanks having a total capacity of 3 000 litres. The tanks are equipped with a manhole, easily accessible, for periodical inspections. Filling pipes and vent-holes are manufactured with aluminium 5754 pipes. The interior of the tanks are coated with approved potable water paint. 

The suction pipe in the tank will terminate approximately 50 mm above tank bottom and will be fitted with a non-return valve to prevent loss of prime. 

A cleanable mesh strainer is incorporated in the suction lines to protect the pumps. An automatic no-flow cut-out is fitted to prevent the pumps from running when the tanks are dry.  

Fresh water distribution throughout the yacht is produced by two CALPEDA NGX3 0.55kW type or equal pressure sets, installed in parallel (one in service, one in stand-by), equipped with a 60 litres pressure tank.

Water suction and distribution piping is manufactured in polyethylene pipes, PER or equal, using dismountable fittings. Pipe work to all taps and outlets will be fitted with an isolation valve to allow maintenance of the tap fitting.

Hot water is produced through two 100 litres GIANNESCHI VPO type or equivalent (horizontally mounted). Continuous circulation of hot water throughout the yacht is produced through two electrical pumps NSB 40-25S type or equal in order to guarantee instant hot water availability.

Fresh water is produced from one AQUAMATIC AQM 900-2 type or equal reverse osmosis water maker of 142 litres/hour output from salt water at 20°C. The high pressure pumps of the water maker are mounted on silent blocks. At the sea water inlet, a filtration is made by double pre-filters US FILTER type 30 and 5 microns. A filtration of the fresh water produced is made by carbon filters US FILTER type in order to eliminate all odour or taste traces. A sterilization of the fresh water produced is made by a UV sterilizer AW type or equivalent.

The water maker supplies fresh water to the tank.

A sufficient number of fresh water outlets, with GARDENA type quick connectors, are conveniently located outside on the deck, to allow washing down the yacht.

 

Grey/black water tank:

Two grey/black water tanks, 150 litres capacity each.

These are equipped with a manhole easily accessible for periodical inspections.

Both tanks are connected to the water treatment plant (2 entries possible). Dividing this tank into two volumes enables the positioning of the tanks near the sinks, showers and toilets and allows natural draining (no additional pump at sink outlet for most sinks.): one at the front of the vessel, another at the rear of the boat. Where natural draining seems not feasible in heeled condition, an additional wastewater pump must be installed behind sinks and showers.

Tanks collect water drained from the galley sinks, dishwashers, hand basins, showers, and toilets.

The galley sinks discharge through a grease trap easily accessible for cleaning. The drain from the galley sinks can be directed by means of a 3 way valve directly overboard or to the grey/black water tank.

Grey/black water tanks are vented to a point as high as possible in the mast to avoid odours on the deck.

The tank is equipped with a high level contact with alarm at the navigation office. Tank overboard discharge is by either auto or manual control. The grey/black water is treated before discharge overboard by a TECNICOMAR type ECOMAR 8 or equal treatment unit, 4000L/day.

 

Electricity & Electronics

POWER SUPPLY:

Main supply is done by two generator sets 22.5 kW, 230V-50Hz.

Electric consumption calculation shows a maximum consumption of 42kW at the same time when the different board systems are used together. In this calculation, the consumers have been splitted up in groups to show the electric consumption in different operation modes of the vessel. While sailing or during night, one generator set can supply power for all systems.

In case of an overload on the generator set on duty, the air conditioning system will be automatically disconnected. The re-connection, after the crew has started the second generator, will be manual.

Electric supply for each group can be chosen via a selector switch. The different supply options are the following:

– Generator set n°1

– Generator set n°2

– Shore supply n°1

– Shore supply n°2

– Frequency converter

A change-over from one supply to another or to shore line will create a few seconds black-out, electronic and sensitive equipment in the wheelhouse will be plugged to regulated outlets to prevent black-out on this equipment.

One 25kVA shore frequency converter ASEA type ASEA AC25-1or equal, will allow the shore power supply of the ship on the following shore power networks:

. Input 170-520VAC at 40-70Hz single or three phase, output 230V at 50Hz single phase.

The shore supply is made by two cables length 25 m 5g16 HO7 RNF type with admissible intensity of 63 A. One cable will allow the shore supply of the ship via the frequency converter. The other cable will be directly connected to the ship electrical network. The connections boxes are located in a locker at the aft transom of the vessel. Plugs and sockets are of a splash-proof industrial European type.

The different 24V DC supplies are realized by batteries as follows:

– 1 battery set 50 Ah OPTIMA type or equal for starting of the main engine.

– 1 battery set 50 Ah OPTIMA type or equal for starting of the generator sets.

– 2 battery sets of 1,000 Ah each gel type for service, emergency systems, and main engines remote control.

– 1 battery set 200 Ah gel type for radio electronic equipment.

The two sets of starting batteries will have mutual rescue

Starting batteries will be charged by two ways:

– automatic chargers 230/24V, self regulated floating, 60A, MASTERVOLT type CHARGEMASTER or equal.

– charging alternators of the main engine/gensets.

Service batteries will be charged by:

– Two automatic charger 230/24V, self regulated floating, 100A, MASTERVOLT type MASS.

Radio batteries will be charged by:

– GMDSS approved ENAG type or equal 30A charger with alarm

One 5,000 VA 24V/230V 50Hz converter will allow the 230V supply of the ship from the service battery set.

 

ELECTRICAL SWITCHBOARDS:

Main switchboard engine room:

The main AC switchboard is installed in the engine room and will have a split-bus configuration consisting of two (2) main bus-bars connected through a bus bar circuit breaker.

When connected, both bus bars may be power supplied by:

– Generator set n°1

– Generator set n°2

– Shore supply n°1

– Shore supply n°2

– Frequency converter

With this configuration all risks of wrong operations are eliminated, while keeping all power supply options possible:

– Both bus-bars supplied by the same source.

– Both bus-bars supplied by two different sources.

One steel cabinet with handrail and open door lock device including:

For both generator sets

– 1 main circuit breaker manually controlled with switch and low voltage coil

– 1 digital display for electrical parameters (I,U,F,KW)

– 1 pilot light « release »

– 1 pilot light « close »

– 1 pilot light « overload » with audible alarm

For each shore supply 400/230V III+N 50 cycles 63 A:

– 1 main circuit breaker manually controlled with switch and low voltage coil

– 1 digital display for electrical parameters (I,U,F)

– 1 pilot light « release »

– 1 pilot light « close »

– 1 phase order relay with “OK” pilot light

For the converter:

– 1 main circuit breaker manually controlled with switch and low voltage coil

– 1 digital display for electrical parameters (I,U,F)

– 1 pilot light « release »

For the various supplies control from the navigation office:

– 1 selector switch for bus bar “power” supply:

. “off – genset 1 – Shore”

– 1 selector switch for bus bar “night” supply:

. “off – genset 1 – genset 2 – Shore”

– 1 selector switch for bus bar “230V confort” supply:

. “off -converter – bus bar “power””

– 1 set of push button with pilot light to release/close bus bars

 

For the 230V distribution:

– 32 feeders on circuit breakers:

. Galley

. Lighting

. Batteries chargers

. Water pressure set

. Sockets

. Hydraulic power pack

. Capstan

. Sterilizer

. Washing machine and drying machine

. Fridge/freezer compressors

 

For the “230V “night” distribution:

– 20 feeders on circuit breakers:

. Water circulation pump

. Pressure set

. Batteries chargers

. Water Heaters (2)

. Hot water pump

. Air conditioning fans

 

For the “230V confort” distribution:

– 6 feeders on circuit breakers

 

For the 24V distribution under deck:

– 1 feeder on motor design circuit breakers, contactors operated by push buttons with pilot light in a local panel and remote emergency stop:

. Fuel oil transfer pump

– 1 feeder on fuses carrier, contactor and thermal relay operated by push button with pilot light in front of the switchboard and remote control in the navigation office:

. Steering gear pump

– 2 feeders on motor design circuit breaker, contactors operated by push buttons with pilot light in a local panel and remote control in the navigation office:

. Bilge pump

. Fire pump

– 25 feeders on bi-polar fuse carriers:

. Alarms

. Navigation lights

. 10 electronic equipments

. Electrical command

. Water maker

. Grey/Black water pumps

. Toilets

. 5 feeders UPS

– One labelled terminal block

 

Steering station control panel

At both steering stations, one aluminium desk panel with under frame construction including:

– One hydraulic equipments section with 10 commands.

– One various section with:

. 1 fog horn control

. 1 general alarm button

. 1 hydraulic powerpack control

. 1 compasses light control

. 7 navigation lights control

 

Navigation office control panel:

One aluminium desk panels with under frame construction including:

– One various section with:

. 1 fog horn control

. 1 general alarm button

. 1 compasses light control

. 7 navigation lights control

. 1 fuel oil system/fans emergency stop

One aluminium deck panel with under frame construction including:

– 1 programmable logical computer

– 1 sensitive colour graphic display 15”

– 1 default acknowledge push button

– 1 audible alarm acknowledge push button

– 1 audible alarm

For the following control:

– Bilge pump

– Fire pump

– Fuel oil transfer pump

– Water circulation pump

– Aspiration fans

– Extraction fan

– External

– Hydraulic powerpack

– 1 steering gear hydraulic pump

For the electrical sources control:

– Bus bar switch

– Sources switch

– Electrical parameters (U,I,P,F) generator N°1

– Electrical parameters (U,I,P,F) generator N°2

– Electrical parameters (U,I,P,F) Shore

– Electrical parameters (U,I) Bus Bar N°1

– Electrical parameters (U,I) Bus Bar N°2

– Electrical parameters (U,I) Service batteries

 

For the following analogical levels:

– Fuel tanks (2)

– Fresh water tanks (2)

– Grey/black water tank

 

For the following alarms:

– Main engine fault

– Port generator set fault

– Starboard generator set fault

– Insulation fault bus bar 400V n°1

– Insulation fault bus bar 400V n°2

– Insulation fault bus bar 230V n°1

– Insulation fault bus bar 230V n°2

– Insulation fault 24V

– Overload generator set n°1

– Overload generator set n°2

– Overload shore

– Overload trip

– Inert gas release

– Bilge levels (6)

– Osmosis fault

– Low level fuel oil tanks (2)

– High level fuel oil tanks (2)

– Low level fresh water tanks (2)

– High level grey/black water tank (1)

– Low voltage emergency batteries

– Exhaust water high temp

– Stern tubes low water flow

– Fire detection alarm

– Default fire detection

– High temp/ Low level hydraulic oil

– Steering gear pump fault

– Watertight bulkhead door open (1)

– Portholes open (3)

 

In case of no acknowledge on the fire unit after 3 minutes of fire detection alarm, a general alarm will occur.

 

A flash light in the engine room will be provided.

 

Shore switchboard:

One cabinet including:

– A 63A circuit breaker

– A connector socket for shore connection

– 1 phase inverter manual switch

– 1 phase controller

8-2-5) Engines and Generators Control panels:

Aluminium deck panels with under frame construction including:

– For the main engine:

. 1 push button start

. 1 push button stop

. 1 circuit breaker, pilot light, emergency operation

– For each generator:

. 1 digital panel indicating various parameters (U, F, load, etc…)

Deck Hardware

Fore deck area:

– 3 x foldable pad eyes WICHARD

Winches aluminium finish:

– 2 x primary hydraulic 3 speed winches HARKEN 1120STA HY type or equal

– 2 x secondary hydraulic 3 speed winches HARKEN 1120STA HY type or equal

– 2 x halyard hydraulic winches at mast foot base HARKEN 980.2STA HY type or equal

– 2 x halyard hydraulic winches in the cockpit HARKEN 980.2STA HY type or equal

Halyard blocks at mast foot base:

– 6 x halyard stand up blocks HARKEN 3022 type or equal

– 2 x halyard turning double foot blocks HARKEN 3033 type or equal

– 4 x halyard fairleads HARKEN C8154 type or equal

– 2 x halyard turning double foot blocks to winch HARKEN 3033 type or equal

 

Main sheet system:

– 1 x stand-up block on deck HARKEN HC8674 type or equal

Asymmetrical spinnaker system:

– 2 x stand up sheet blocks HARKEN HC8675 type or equal

– 2 x stand up sheet blocks HARKEN 3022 type or equal

– 1 x tack line stand up block on bow HARKEN 3022 type or equal

– 1 x tack line leading foot block HARKEN 3017 type or equal

Gennaker system:

– 2 x stand up sheet blocks HARKEN 3022 type or equal

– 2 x leading double foot blocks to winch HARKEN 3033 type or equal

Blade system:

– 1 x mini-maxi track with pin stop holes HARKEN 1706-1.5M type or equal

– 2 x mini-maxi slider jib lead car HARKEN C5900 type or equal

– 4 x mini-maxi end track HARKEN 1702 type or equal

– 2 x turning sheet foot blocks to winch HARKEN 3017 type or equal

– 2 x turning sheet double foot blocks to winch HARKEN 3003 type or equal

Self tacking staysail system:

– 1 x mini-maxi track with pin stop holes RADIUS TBC HARKEN 1706-3M type or equal

– 1 x mini-maxi self tacking jib car HARKEN C7152 type or equal

– 2 x staysail sheet stand up blocks on car HARKEN 3018 type or equal

– 2 x mini-maxi adjustable screw pin stop HARKEN 1708 type or equal

– 2 x mini-maxi end track HARKEN 1702 type or equal

– 2 x dead end pad eyes HARKEN 648 type or equal

– 2 x staysail turning foot block HARKEN 3017 type or equal

Backstay and runners:

– 2 x stand up runner blocks HARKEN 3022 type or equal

– 2 x stand up runner blocks HARKEN 3018 type or equal

On the side passageways:

– 2 x pad eyes – runner WICHARD

Thrusters

BOW THRUSTER / STERN THRUSTER:

One retracting hydraulic bow thruster LEWMAR 300VRTT type or equal, with the following characteristics:

Power: 22.5kW (30HP)

Tunnel: 300mm

Maximum thrust: 300kgf

Material: Aluminium

One vertically retracting hydraulic stern thruster LEWMAR300VRTT type or equal, with the following characteristics:

Power: 22.5kW (30HP)

Tunnel: 300mm

Maximum thrust: 300kgf

Material: Aluminium

Keel

The keel and the lift mechanism will be housed in a trunk. The upper structure of trunk will have provision for mounting of the lifting rams. Access to the trunk and to the internal keel lift mechanism will be through removable bolted top plate.

 

Lifting keel fin:

Welded fin in duplex 2205 stainless steel plates. The rough fin will be machine at the CNC milling machine to obtain the final shape. The fin will be sanded and finished with epoxy. Fin head will be work as well at the CNC milling machine.

 

Lifting keel cylinders:

The lift keel will be hydraulically driven by 2 lifting keel cylinders made in stainless steel with integrated linear sensor.

 

Sliding guides:

There will be guides in polizene and orkot to allow the fin to slide smoothly.

 

Locking pins:

There will be 2 upper and 4 lower locking pins to be able to block the fin in upper and lower position.

 

Bulb:

The lead bulb will be with approx 3% antimony lead alloy, and will be bolted to the foil. It will be machined at the CNC milling machine to obtain the required geometry.

Disclaimer
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.