The vessel described in this specification is a motor yacht with a full displacement hull, twin screw propellers and twin diesel engines, two spade rudder and one bow thruster. The hull will be built in GRP and the superstructure in aluminium alloy.
Classification and Certificates
The yacht will be built in accordance with the “ABS Guide for Building and Classing Motor Pleasure Yachts” and will be eligible for the following class notations:
- A1 Commercial Yachting Service
Flag State Authority will be within the “Red Ensign group” (to be confirmed within 60 days after contract signature).
Certificate of compliance by with the Large Commercial Yachts Code (LY2).
01. HULL AND SUPERSTRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION
Hull and Main Deck will be built in Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP), single skin type and sandwich type, depending on the zone. Single skin structures and sandwich skins will be made of E-glass, in an isophthalic polyester resin.
The superstructures will be built by means of AA5083 H321 light alloy (for plates) and 6082 T6 light alloy (for extruded stiffeners and large extrusions, if used, for decks, bulkheads and sides).
The connection between the light alloy superstructure and the GRP hull will be performed by means of bolts and with bonding compound
between the two flanges.
Anchor windlasses 2 × vertical windlasses, each having a wildcat gypsy and capstan driven by an electric motor (speed will be variable through proper inverter).
Anchors 2 × HHP (High Holding Power) anchors, made of galvanized steel, fully balanced, with swivel; weight in accordance with Classification
Chains 2 × U3 high tensile steel galvanized chains; size and length will be according to Classification Society requirements x U2 galvanized chains.
Capstans 2 × electric capstans on the aft area, arranged for dual rotation, due to be operated with deck-mounted push buttons.
Cranes An over head crane system to launch and recover the tenders, as per G.A. plan, having a S.W.L. suitable for handling the tender. One SOLAS approved crane.
Tenders and jet skis (Owner’s supply)
1 x tender 7,00 x 2,50 x 1,15 m, 2500 kg
1 x tender 4,00 x 2,00 x 1,00 m, 750 kg
2 x jet skis (each) 3,00 x 1,05 x 1,00 m, 325 kg
(In any case, no petrol will be stored inside the garage)
Gangway 1 × telescopic retractable, hydraulically operated stern gangway (made with painted aluminium structure), arranged to be part of the transom when closed
- max 5 m length when fully extended
- walkway width equal to 550 mm
Elevators 1 × “service dumbwaiter” from MD up to SD, max load 60 kg
03. AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM
The ship will be fitted with a summer/winter air conditioning system, based upon a water chilling unit, some air handling units, some fan coils and a series of exhausting/supplying fans.
The system will be sized on the basis of following features:
External air max 35 °C - max 95 °F - max 85% R.H.
Internal air 22 °C - 72 °F - R.H. 55%
Sea water temperature max 32 °C - max 90 °F
External air min 0 °C - min 32 °F
Internal air 22°C - 72°F - R.H. 50%
Each accommodation space will be equipped with a panel, including a thermostat: the panel will enable the user to adjust the desired room temperature.
04. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Main power system will be 400V AC 50Hz, 3 ph (with neutral) for main equipment, and 230V AC 50Hz, 1 ph for small users.
For shore connection, an isolating transformer will be provided (the vessel will be capable to receive shore power supply by means of two shore power 125 A (each) inlet sockets, one on transom and one at bow, and one shore semi automatic stowing 125 A system in the garage).
05. NAVIGATION, COMMUNICATION & ELECTRONICS
Radars 2 × X-band 12 kW radars, with gyro interface and ARPA functionalities
Echosounder 2 × echosounder systems (one at the bow, one at the stern), IMO approved with transducer
GPS 1 × GPS system, with antenna; 1 × GPS switching with NMEA interface
Chart plotter 1 × Transas cartography system (marine processor PC RS6 with software package NS 4000); nautical charts will be Owner’s supply
Wind speed & direction 1 × Wind NMEA system
Meteo receiver 1 × Furuno NX-700 B Navtex system
Gyro compass 1 × C-Plath Navigat X Mk. 2 gyro compass
Magnetic compass 1 × C-Plath Jupiter magnetic compass
Autopilot 1 × autopilot system Navis AP3000 (Wheelmark type)
EPIRB system 1 × Sailor 406 EPIRB system
Sat/Com system 1 × Sat/Com Sailor STD C (Inmarsat C), GMDSS compliant
Electronic safety equipment
- 2 × radar reflectors
- 1 × AIS system for integration with cartography system
- 1 × Sailor SSAS kit
- 1 × marine SSB system, 150 W with two antennas
- 1 × chromium plated pneumatic horn with 3-tone automatic signal unit
Navigation lights according to COLREG 72
Telephone Complete internal telephone system, connecting all the cabins and the living areas, integrated with BEST system to allow VoIP functionality and advanced services
- 1 × Telular SX-5 fixed GSM cwellphones with antennas
- 1 × fax machine (compatible with Sat and GSM systems)
- 25 × fixed slim line VoIP telephones
- 1 × door phones
LAN Wiring for LAN network will be provided, integrated with BEST system CCTV
- 2 × Panasonic fixed network cameras (Main Deck corridors)
- 3 × Panasonic remote controlled cameras (aft area, ER and garage)
Cameras will be connected and controlled by BEST system
The core of the entertainment / domotic is BEST (Benetti’s Exclusive SeaTechnology)
06. MAIN MACHINERY
Main engines 2 × Caterpillar C32 ACERT - 1,081 kW (2,300 rpm) each
Generators 2 ×125 ekW 400V AC, 50 Hz
Propellers 2 × Fixed pitch propellers, five bladed
Watermakers Two reverse osmosis watermakers 7,500 l/day each (15,000 l/day in total)
Bow thruster 1 × Electric motor driven, 90 ekW
Stabilizers Stabilizer system for underway and zero speed (at anchor) conditions
In general, materials and equipment will be purchased according to the present Specification and to the attached documents.
For selections by the Owner or the Interior Designer different or in addition to what specified or not named in the present specification,
Recommended Retail Prices will be compared with a series of allowances.
Guests interior: linings will be veneer or lacquered, covered with fabric or leather, according to the Interior Designer’s specification
Crew interior: linings will be covered with oak wood veneer
Galley: linings will be lacquered or wood veneer.
Guests interior: wood and vinyl floors will be fitted according to the relevant “Floor plan” and “Marble and stone plan” (refer to full tech.
specification); carpets will have underlay and will be stretched.
Crew interior: wood and vinyl floors will be fitted according to the relevant “Floor plan” (refer to full tech. specification).
Guests area: lacquered panels will be fitted in showers and baths walls, except where marble is specified in the relevant “Marble Plan” (refer to full tech. specification)
Guests interior: ceilings will be made of plywood panels fitted with Fit-Lock and will be removable where necessary; ceilings panels will be veneer, lacquered, or lined with fabric or leather
Crew interior: ceilings will be made of plywood panels fitted with screwed hidden plates or Fit-Lock and will be removable where
necessary; ceiling panels will be lined with synthetic leather or lacquered Doors Guests interior: doors will be made of double plywood sandwich panels (except for fire doors), and will be lacquered or veneered.