Auckland New Zealand
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This is a yacht made to be used. From the expansive saloon windows, to the aft superstructure designed to allow guests to cast for fish, the yacht has been created to emphasise a sense of connection with the sea, usability and, most of all, enjoyment for all who step on board her. This is not a yacht which has been designed to sit at the dock and look pretty - though custom exterior paint created to match the exact colour and lustre of a Tahitian pearl ensures she does just that - this is a vessel made to go places, see things and above all, bring joy to her owners.
She has cruised over 30,000 nm and crossed both Atlantic and Pacific oceans on her way back to New Zealand, where she’s recently completed a refit which included hull repaint and a complete check-up and servicing of the entire engineering systems. She has proven to be a very seaworthy and reliable yacht, which a happy owner and crew can attest to.
|Length over all:||31m|
Main engines: 2 x Caterpillar C18 ACERT (600 hp each)
Generators: 2 x Caterpillar C4.4 - 51 K
Performance: Cruise 11 knots, max 14 knots, consumption 81 lph at 10.5 knots, range 3000 nm at 9.5 knots.
Propulsion: Shaft drive, propellers 5-blade fixed pitch, NiBrAl.
Gearboxes: ZF 2150A.
Auxiliary equipment: Bow thruster: Trac 16”, 65 hp tunnel type, stern thruster: Lewmar swing down – 300 SAH, water maker: FCI – 6000 l/day, stabilizers: Trac 370 Zero-speed, fuel separator: Westfalia, Air-conditioning: Climma, toilet system: Tecma Evolution.
All aluminium construction with teak decks, this magnificent motor yacht was first launched in 2011, custom designed by LoMocean Design Group and built by Diverse Projects, New Zealand.
Tankages: Fuel: 27,000 litres, fresh water: 6,000 litres plus diesel, grey water: 1360 litres, black water: 1360 litres.
Accommodation: 10 guests in 4 staterooms and 4/5 crew in 3 cabins.
Owner stateroom: The roomy master cabin feels unusually large for a 30-metre yacht and is decorated in the same neutral vein seen throughout the yacht. A walk-in wardrobe converts to an office when required and a well-appointed ensuite completes the owner suite. Once again views have been allowed to surge to the fore with windows lining the full beam cabin and ensuite taking advantage of the changing tableau beyond the glass.
VIP Stateroom:Two identical VIP staterooms sit on opposite sides of a hallway fitted with inlaid original artworks. Both able to convert from twin to queen rooms, they each have a good sized ensuite as well as storage which makes clever use of the space.
Guest stateroom: Forward, a four bed stateroom is the ideal spot for children and adds a playful twist to the relaxed ethos of the yacht. Each bunk has an in-build iPod dock to keep young guests entertained as they nod off and the room has a split ensuite with WC on one side, and shower room on the other.
Crew: Crew accommodation for four to five crew is spread across three well designed cabins with good inbuilt storage. A single cabin sits next to the crew stairway providing accommodation for chef or stew. Behind that cabin, a double cabin with ensuite provides further crew berths before a good sized captain’s cabin with ensuite and office is reached at the stern of the vessel.
Deck arrangement: This vessel’s three decks are notable for the light which spills through each of them, and the sense of space the build team has been able to create within the parameters of each deck. Naval architects LoMocean designed the yacht to be a modern classic with a clean, less-is-more approach which gave plenty of scope to make the most of the liveable spaces on board. On her main deck, an extensive saloon stretches full beam, with a spacious aft deck seating area leading into it, while a well-appointed galley is positioned behind it. Forward of the galley lies the bridge with custom windows designed by Glasshape able to withstand a 12-metre wave, or 16t of pressure. Those large windows in the bridge overlook the sunny seating area on the forward deck, replete with plenty of space to lounge; the perfect spot to settle in with a good book and watch the world pass by. On her upper deck there’s ample space for a tender and two jet skis as well as a crane, while forward of that deck, an enclosed flybridge with a wealth of seating has proved a popular place for guests to breakfast, or to gather and talk over the day’s adventures. The lower deck is reached by a stairwell with sculptural handrails leading guests down to the staterooms. A four berth stateroom sits forward, in a clever use of space which makes this yacht an inviting family or group space. Two VIP staterooms lie amidships, followed by the master cabin. A door provides access to the crew quarters, and from there, the engine room, and then tender garage completes the lower deck.
Domestic: Refrigerator: Miele, freezer: Sub Zero, oven: Ilve, stove: induction hob, microwave: Panasonic inverter, icemaker: Hosazaki, dishwasher, washing machine and dryer all Miele.
Anchors & chain: 2 x Manson 150 kg, cranes: Nautical Structures, 2,000 kg,
windlass: 2 x Maxwell VWC 600, stern capstans: Maxwell 400.
Gyro compass: Furuno Sat Compass, log: Furuno, depth sounder: Furuno, autopilot: Furuno Navipilot 500, radar: Furuno 2127 and Nav Net black box 12kw, electronic chart system: Furuno Navnet 3D & MaxSea, GPS: Furuno.
230/410 V 50 Hz, shore power converter: 80 Kva, inverter: Mastervolt, Batteries: 1200 V/Ah.
Communication: Inmarsat: SatC – Furuno, navtex: Furuno, broadband internet: Sea Tel, SSB radio: Icom GMDSS, VHF: Icom GMDSS, telephone exchange: PABX, printer and fax.
Entertainment: TV/ DVD: Samsung 3D 55”, satellite system: KVH TracVision M9, music system: Niles.
Tender: diesel with Hamilton jet drive, toys: 2 x Yamaha 1800 FX – 3 seaters, dive equipment: Bauer compressor, 5 sets dive gear.
Note: Indicated location is approximate general area only.