A unique and spectacular displacement motor yacht, designed by René van der Velden, built by Moonen shipyards and delivered to her first owner in 2001.
Ten years later, in 2011, she was still in beautiful condition and was sold to an actual owner through Moonen shipyard and Nautamarine International Yachts Brokers. The new owner decided to make major refit at Moonen shipyard, including hull respray, interiors and electronics upgrade, engines and generator refurbish and etc.
One year later, in 2012, the boat started its journey in Northern Sea, through Scandinavias countries, down to England, and all the way south through Bay of Biscay, Northern Spain and Portugal, Cabo Verde, Madeira and Canary Islands, and now moving to Mediterranean.
Equipped with twin Caterpillar 205 bkW 3116CDI-TA engines and Koopnautic SEAROCQ fin stabiliser system, she comfortably cruises in any weather conditions at 9-10 knots with a 50 l/hr fuel consumption and a range of 1800 nautical miles.
If you are looking for a real Dutch yacht for confortable, relaxed and safe cruising, this is a definitely must-see boat.
Please see "full details page" for further information.
Anchor winches: Muir type Vrc4000
Deckcrane: Cramm NCDIOOO
Gangway: Besenzoni type Star 2000
Two life-rafts: RFD type Seasava Plus x 6
Stainless steel bollards
Miele Ceramic hot plate
Miele Oven with black front
Miele Washing machine
Navigation & communication equipment
1) IS20 instruments
Replacing the NKE instruments, for new a Simrad IS20 system and the read in from this instruments into the navigation system.
One (1) Simrad IS20 Comi instrument?
One (1) Simrad IS20 Graphic instrument?
One (1) Simrad IS20 Wind instrument?
One (1) Airmar DST800 speed/depth/temp transducer One (1) Simrad windtransducer?One (1) RZ NMEA combiner?
2) Simrad NSO radar/plotter system
A combined new Simrad system will be a network configuration for radar /plotter and fishfinder. Based on Black Box technics , complete with Navionics Embedded Charts. Operating 24VDc.
Three (3) Simrad NSO EMEA black box units Two (2) Simrad OP40 remote units?One (1) Simrad GS15 GPS antenna?
One (1) Simrad NEP 2
Three (3) Mermaid 19? screens One (1) Simrad BB sounder
One (1) P319 transducer?
One (1) Simrad TX06S-2 6kw 4ft radar antenna One (1) Simrad RC42 compass?One (1) DC/DC converter?
A Simrad repeating screen will be added at the flybridge,?
On this screen the complete functionality of the Simrad system is present. Operating: 24Vdc.
One (1) Simrad NSE 12 display?
One (1) Simrad NEP-2 network adaptor
4) Communication computer
For communication and office works a new computer installed, On the screen of this computer the camera?s are read in.
One (1) Martitime PC :
One (1) 230Vac/24Vdc converter?
One (1) Windows XP English version or latest operating system One (1) Thinity keyboard?One (1) DVD and USB panel?
One (1) DC/DC converter?
One (1) Mermaid ventura 19? dimmable screen DVi input?
6) Fleet Broad band System
For connecting to the internet and satellite telephone a Trane & Trane FBB 150 is used.
One (1) 25 cm radome antenna One (1) black box unit?One (1) handset
Connected to the communication PC a inmarsat_C system, for receiving EGC messages, the use of Easymail and nin Solas distress.?
One (1) Sailor TT-3026D
One (1) Distress alarm panel
One (1) Mounting pole?
One (1) easymail software All cabling
9) Camera system
New camera?s in the yacht with a read out in the screen of the Communication PC, this will included all camera?s including the FLIR. Switching between sources by a pushbutton.
Two (2) Raymarine Cam 50 reverse camera?s
One (1) Raymarine Cam 50 camera?
One (1) Raymarine Cam 100 reverse camera
One (1) Samsung SRD-830D video mixer
10) New TV system
Replacing the TV in the main salon.?
On this TV the Simrad NSO picture is to be seen. Operating 230Vac
One (1) VGA splitter?
One (1) ML vertical TV lift?
One (1) Samsung LED9000 46? TV
12) Replacement divers broken items (FLYBRIDGE) including labour. One (1) Simrad AP35 autopilot controlunit
11) Night VISION camera system FLIR M65L
Generators: Two ONAN, MDKAE 22 kW and MDKAL 7kW
Shore connection: I phase / 230V AC connection
Battery charger: Victron, type Skylla 24/75
Converter: Victron sine converter
Interior lights: 230V AC and 24 V DC
Deck lights: Savage Marine, Sikaflex
Navigation lights and searchlights
Fuel system: Kiibler
Cooling water system
Exhaust system: Rubber Design
Bilge system: Electrical pump and manual pump Rheinstrom
Fire extinguishing system
Fresh water system: Kiibler tank, Speck water pressure and GrUnbeck coarse filter
Sanitary flushing system: Electircal Rheinstrom 24V grey-water pump
Johnson black-water pump
Hydraulic system: Cramm
Ventilation, air conditioning and central heating heating system including heated floors.
Propulsion, manoeuvering and stabilisation:
Engines: Twin caterpillar type 3116CD1-TA each 205 bkW at 2600 rpm
Stabilizing system: Koopnautic SEAROCQ type 2030 with AV A control
Fuel incl. day tank : Approx. 9.750 litres (50 litres/hour)
4 structure integrated tanks+day tank with alfa-laval system for fuel purification/transfer.
Fresh water : Approx. 2.770 litres
Black water : Approx. 550 litres
Grey water : Approx. 650 litres
Material of hull plating: Shipbuilding steel A
Material of superstructure: Aluminium
Windows: Double glazed security windows, hardened and tinted
Hand railing: Stainless-steel polished
Classic 3 cabin layout:
- midship master cabin with en-suite bathroom and direct access to the engine room through a dressing room
- bow VIP cabin with double bed and ensuite bathroom
- starboard guest cabin with twin beds and a bathroom in front on the port side.
- crew zone at the aft, with direct access to both aft platform and engine room
Length overall: 22,10 m
Bem max: 5,80 m
Draught max: 1.70 m
Displacement full load: 80 metric tons
Maximum speed: approx. 11,0 knots at 10% load
Cruising speed: approx. 10,0 knots at 50% load
Range at economical speed: 1800 nautical miles at 9,0 knots