Sanlorenzo SD96 2021 €10,900,000 euros for sale

Sanlorenzo SD96 2021 €10,900,000 euros for sale

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-Latest SD96 Model

– 5 Cabin Version / 11 Guests

SD96 is built on three decks, but thanks to the carefully studied proportions and the great balance achieved between design and volume, it is not only exceptionally elegant, but also exactly as light and manageable as a two-deck yacht

THIS SANLORENZO SD96 IS LOCATED IN CYPRUS, CALL US AT 514-521-1221 FOR ALL DETAILS ABOUT THIS SANLORENZO SD96, OUR OFFICE IS LOCATED IN GREAT MONTREAL AREA. WE ARE SPECIALIZED WITH ALL THE STEPS OF A TAKEOVER IN EUROPE AND FOR EVENTUAL EXPORT TO NORTH AMERICA.

Technical Data:

Builder :  Sanlorenzo
Model:   SD 96
Year build:   2021
Length overall:   28.93 m or 94.91 ft
Beam:   7.60 m or 24.93 ft
Range @ Economical speed ( 10 – 11 Knots)   1756 nm
Accommodation:   11 Guests  /   5 Crew
Current Location:   Limassol Marina
Flag:   Maltese
Hull material:   GRP
Engines :  2 x MTU 10V2000M86 Engines power:   2 x 1380 HP, Hours : 730
Generators:   2 x Kohler  45KW each
Generators hours   1676 Prt & 1684 Stb
Fuel tank capacity:   15700 L   ( 11860 Main – 3640 Day )
Fresh water tank capacity:   2500 L

Black & Grey tank capacity:    1000 LA/C Total Power:  216.000 BTU/h

Category (CE CLASS)     A

List of extras and Upgrades

Engine room equipment Sewage treatment system Hammann HL CONT Compact 0125 Alfa laval (fuel cleaning system) – MIB 303 Separator Tender fuel filling system with manual pump Automatic Watermaker MC5 Duplex 500lt Ozone treatment for air conditioning system “puRO GRANDE” Reverse Osmosis Fresh water system 540 l/h Stabilizers and Thrusters CMC Electric Stabilizers –  under way and zero speed Side Power –  Hydraulic Stern and Bow thrusters Satellite and communication systems (TV Sat) Empty radome KVH TV8 (2 in total) Predisposition for Sat Tv antenna KVH TV8 (cables only) Satellite and communication systems (Com) Predisposition for KVH Track phone V7-HTS Meridian 5G  System  ( 100Km Offshore Coverage)  PABX (telephone switchboard) with phone in bridge areaCordless phones in master cabin, UD salon, MD salon, crew area (4 in total)

Alarms and controls Lights for anchors Open portholes alarm system CCTV IP Panasonic (with DVR): 2 fixed in cockpit +2 fixed in lateral passageways, 1 pan & tilt + 2 fixed in engine room Color monitor 17” for CCTV in crew area Additional touch screen monitor 12″ (ship monitoring system) Electronics Portable control station  MTU (no.1 connection point) – starboard cockpit Additional connection point for portable control station MTU – upper deck aft port Extra wind control station – upper starboard side  Electrical Equipment Cablemaster – Glendinning CM8 for shore socket 63A (instead of 100/125A as per Schedule 5) Inverter Mastervolt 24V 5000W – for sockets 220V Additional IP65 waterproof socket 220V in the Garage – in Engine room – in UD External Bar – in Bosom’s Locker –  in Chain Locker Additional IP65 waterproof sockets for exterior areas on aft cockpit sofa – on Custom Pool port Additional Shuko sockets 220V – in each Guest Cabins- in the Salon – in the Pantry – in the Master Cabin – in the Galley in the Sky lounge,  in the Wheelhouse) Additional USB sockets in each Guest Cabins – in the Salon – in the Master Cabin – the Sky lounge – in the Wheelhouse) TenderWilliams Diesel Jet D445

Audio and video equipment TV in upper deck salon 75″ TV in master cabin 55″ &  Mirror that hides TV TV in salon 55” Audio Video Silver Package  with the following Upgrades:
– UD External Aft: 4 Speakers – 1 additional Amplifier Hypex
– UD Skylounge: 4 Speakers – 1 additional Soundbar & Subwoofer
– UD Sun Bathing Area and Bow Area: 4 additional Speakers (2 in Sunbathing & 2 in Bow Area) –  additional SONOS Amp – additional Hypex
– MD Salon  5 Speaker B&W CCM362, & 1 Subwoofer)
– MD Cockpit: 4 Speakers &  GRP works for 2 additional Speakers & additional Amplifier Hypex Additional Cable CAT6 from A/V Rack to the Hard Top Wheelhouse Car Stereo with Bluetooth 4 Apple TVs in the Lower Deck Guest Cabins Additional TV LED Samsung 32″ for 5th Guest Cabin Internet Wi-Fi System 5G with harbor hot spot antennaAdditional Wi-Fi Access Point in Engine Room and  in Crew Mess

Household Appliances 2 Wine coolers 34 bottleseach  in salon & galley Ice maker (manual refill) in UD bar unit Teppan yaki on upper deckAdditional lower fridge with drawers in the galley

Cooking top in ceramic glass Miele Oven 90 cm MieleProfessional extraction hood

Complements for the exterior External inox shower column on upper deck Sun awning for the stern area of the Upper Deck Teak floor for upper deck including full beam area  &  bow area including the stairs step Skylounge side doors in lieu of standard fixed side glass Full beam canvas for sunbed (Portuguese deck) Boffi Bar unit model K4 with sliding top Dimmer package for exteriors  Exterior bar with sliding top mod. K4 by Boffi, on the flybridge Mosquito net for all Lower Deck Openable Portholes Disappearing Stern Shower Stainless steel bar for exercises on the flybridge Sun awning for bow area 12 Underwater lights led RGBW 4 aft &  4 on each side Additional chain length  of 27,5m Electric Sliding Door in main deck salon

General

General

Composite materials (GRP) will be used for the construction of the hull, decks and superstructure.

The vessel will be built with vinyl-ester resin (for the first three layers of the hull lamination) and polyester isophthalic resin for hull plating, structures and GRP accessories. The Gel coat is of Neopentilic type; reinforcement fibres are, depending on their use, mat, roving’s, multi-axial and unidirectional glass as indicated in the structural drawings approved by Classification Society.

The PVC of the sandwiched core will be of closed cell type, density between 50 and 90 Kg/m3.

The structure shape and the scantling will follow the most recent knowledge on design and construction for this type of GRP Vessel, in order to ensure maximum structural continuity and lowest possible levels of vibrations and noise. The hull bottom will be built in single skin of different thickness, the sides in sandwich with PVC core, in compliance with the Classification Society regulations, the structure is longitudinal type, with girders and transversal bulkheads as main structural elements. Two watertight bulkheads will divide the vessel into three

watertight compartments as follow:

– Engine room.

– Guest and crew accommodation.

– Technical locker at bow.

All openings for pipes and cables going through main bulkheads will be made watertight.

All bilges will be painted; in the engine room self-extinguishing paint will be used where necessary.

Exhaust gas pipes and ventilation ducts are GRP moulded and integrated into the structure; flame resistant gel

and self-extinguishing resins are used wherever necessary.

Special reinforcements will be placed in way of propulsion and manoeuvring machinery’s foundations,

generators, shaft line, brackets, rudders, and thrusters’ propellers.

The hull will be treated with anti-fouling paint. The material will be supplied by a recognized manufacturer.

Main deck

The main deck plating is sandwich type, with different thickness as per Classification Society Regulations. The

structure is longitudinal type, with transversal bulkheads as main structural elements.

A watertight hatch will be mounted in way of the engine room to allow the mounting and disassembly of the

Main Engine and other machinery.

Special reinforcements will be placed near all manoeuvring devices such as windlasses, capstans, hatch hinges,

cranes and gangway.

All openings for pipes and cables going through the Main Deck will be made watertight.

Superstructure

The fly deck plating is sandwich type, with different thickness as per Classification Society Regulations. The

reinforcement structure is of longitudinal type, with transversal stiffeners and bulkheads as main structures.

Pillars and longitudinal stiffeners as additional elements.

A watertight hatch will be mounted in way of the engine room to allow the mounting and disassembly of the main Engine and other machinery. Special reinforcements will be placed in way of the main stressed area like side doors and bases of the Hard Top.

Structural Bulkheads

Adequate structural bulkheads are provided in compliance with the General Arrangement Plans, two of these will be also watertight.The bulkheads will generally be made in marine plywood sandwich with polyethylene (“Laricross” or similar) or marine plywood core, with adequate thickness.

The escape hatches will be located in accordance with the Classification Society Regulations.

Tanks – Capacity plan

All the tanks on board are “structural” type, integrated into the hull in such a way to reduce the occupied space and optimize storage room. Tanks are built in GRP, laminated in monolithic and sandwich, laminated on board and then assembled on board. They are designed with enough internal reinforcements to provide the continuity of the hull stiffness.The daily fuel tanks are positioned longitudinally, on port and starboard side respectively, in engine room and

occupy the space between the bottom, the sides and the deck. On the tank will be installed an adequate flange for “gas free” treatment and for washing.

The main fuel, fresh, grey and black water collection tanks are laminated on the keel after having completed the hull bottom lamination.

For fresh water tanks will be foreseen a layer of non-toxic gelcoat.

Tanks are installed with an adequate distance from the bottom to prevent any damage and fluid leakage in case of tolerable collision of the hull. The tanks will be fitted with the necessary vents and fittings and they will be pressure tested as required by the Classification Society Regulations.

Insulation

The insulation is provided to guarantee maximum comfort and safety onboard the vessel in all circumstances.

The engine room noise and thermal insulation from the other vessel areas is as follows:

– Ceiling, walls and bulkhead insulation between the engine room and the accommodation areas inside the

engine room, will be realized with thermal insulation sandwich fixed by needles and finished with steel

plate fixed onto aluminium grid supports.

– Engine room/ accommodation area, accommodation side realized with thermal insulation sandwich fixed

with needles, integrated onto floating bulkhead on viscous-elastic elements.

– Insulation of extraction and ventilation trunks realized with insulation sandwich fixed with needles on

Engine room side.

– Insulation of gas exhaust piping realized with thermal insulation sandwich guaranteeing optimal thermal

insulation, flame resistant and self-extinguishing.

– Thermal/acoustic insulation on main deck floor, in correspondence of the engine room compartment,

realized with insulation material fixed by needles onto floating floor on viscous-elastic elements.

Accommodation areas insulation is realized as follows:

– Acoustic insulation of each cabin realized with insulation sandwich inserted into the bulkheads and the

flooring.

– Thermal/Acoustic insulation between the crew quarters and guest cabins realized with thermal insulation

sandwich fixed with needles, integrated onto floating bulkhead on viscous-elastic elements.

– Thermal/Acoustic insulation of the walls and exposed surfaces realized with thermal insulation sandwich

fixed with needles.

Teak deck

The main deck will be covered in high quality teak with planks 12mm thick glued directly onto the deck. Teak will cover also the steps leading to swimming platform.

Weathertight Doors, portholes and hatches

Weathertight side doors will be built in aluminium and GRP, with hand wheel closing systems, fitted with

stainless steel hinges and locks.

The weathertight deck hatches will be made of aluminium/reinforced polymer covered in teak or steel and

tempered glass with manual closing system and block system on opening position.

The watertight portholes will be in stainless steel AISI 316 and tempered glass.

Windows

Windows of main deck will have crystal panels with black border edges, designed with the width and

characteristics as required by the CE Rules.

The wheelhouse windows will be stratified and fitted with windscreen wipers.

All fixed windows of the hull and superstructures will be flush mounted glued directly to the GRP.

Standard Specs – Propulsion – Maneuvering – Stability Systems

Main engines

2 x MTU 10V2000M86

Gearboxes

2 X ZF 2000 V, R = 2.92:1

Propellers

In Class “S” NiBrAl Alloy, designed to optimize comfort and performance.

Shafts

Made of Aquamet 17 or equivalent, diam. 90 mm (tolerance ± 1mm); supported on bronze brackets and

stern tube. Mechanical seals on tube’s ends.

Rudders

In AISI 316 stainless steel, surface and stock to ensure excellent manoeuvring performance. Rudder holes

with steel tube and bronze flanges, stocks in AQ 17 or equivalent.

Steering System

Steer by wire system with signal sends by CANbus and 400/24V linear actuators.

Bow Thruster

Hydraulic 560Kgf thrust bow thruster in a 400mm GRP tunnel integrated into the hull, with remote control

lever in the wheelhouse and on wings station.

Intruder

A fixed intruder, made in stainless steel (AISI 316), will be installed on the transom. The intruder will be

painted with antifouling.

Anchor Windlasses & Capstans

N. 2 electric anchor windlasses 4000 W, 400V, reversible, will be installed.

Remotely and locally operated.

N. 2 electrical stern capstans 2200W, 400V will be installed.

Stabilizers

A couple of electrical fins stabilizers will be installed on the hull with dedicated touch screen control panel

placed in wheelhouse.

The system can work at the following conditions:

– zero Speed with the boat at anchor;

– under Way with the boat sailing.

and will have the following characteristics:

– digital Stabilizer;

– digital touch screen control panel in wheelhouse;

– actuators 400VAC/3ph/50Hz with a power of approx. 5 kW;

– fins in GRP material with a surface of approx. 1,4m2 each;

The hull structure where fins will be installed will be reinforced in accordance to the Class Rules.

The stabilizer fins will be painted with antifouling.

Standard Specs – Plumping – Piping – Fire System

General

All piping will be identified with labels indicating the type of plant as well as the flow direction. Colour

coding will be in accordance with the regulations in place.

All the sea cocks, valves, levers and pumps will be marked with identification labels in English.

Bilge System

Sistema c Centralized system with suction in each watertight compartment realized with IP 68 solenoid

valves remotely and locally operated. A portable suction device located in the engine room is linked to the

main manifold.

E/pump 400V, maximum capacity 200 l/min, with control stand at pump (reversible also for fire fighting

system).

24Vdc automatic bilge E/pumps, in each watertight compartment.

Emergency suction device located in the engine room linked to the main engines cooling system.

High level water sensors in each watertight compartment with relevant alarm in the wheelhouse.

Pipe material: CuNi/ approved fire-resistant flexible pipe.

Safety & Fire Fighting System

The onboard fire fighting systems is made up of the following components:

– Centralized Fire FightingFM200 for the engine room. The activation of this system is positioned on the

main deck aft cockpit.

– Saltwater Fire Fighting System consisting of one E/pump 400V (interchangeable with the bilge pump)

with maximum capacity 200 l/min, located in the engine room and connected to two fire hydrant on

main deck. The pump control command is on the wheelhouse touch screen, on engine room main

switch panel, and also next to the anchor windlasses. The pump can also be utilized for anchor chain

washing.

– Portable powder and CO2 fire extinguishers will be positioned as per CE Rule.

Pipe material: CuNi/Galvanized steel.

Fuel system

The Yacht fuel system total capacity is approx. 15.700 l, distributed between daily fuel tanks (circa 1.800

l/cad) and main storage tanks (aprox 7.500 l and 4.600 l respectively). Each tank will be fitted with vent

pipes.

Two electrical gauges will be installed: one for the main tanks and one for the daily fuel tanks.

Tank levels and relevant alarms are monitored on the wheelhouse touch screen and on the main engine

room switch board panel.

Fuel filling will be made by gravity through a dedicated filling locker located on each side of the vessel.

The fuel transfer is made by a 380V main pump, controlled by the main switch board panel and by the

wheelhouse touch screen monitor from which it would be possible to set the automatic transfer. In case of

damage, one 24V emergency electric pump and one emergency manual pump are installed.

The fuel supply (with fuel filters) to main engines and generators will be done by gravity from the daily fuel

tanks.

Pipe material: Stainless steel AISI 316/copper/approved fire-resistant flexible pipe.

Fresh Water System

The fresh water is supplied from a structural tank located in the aft engine room area, with a capacity of

approx. 2.500 l, or through a dock connection located inside the transom side hatch, provided with

pressure reduction valves. Fresh water tank levels are indicated on the wheelhouse touch screen monitor

and on the main electrical panel.

Fresh water system main components are:

– Fresh water pressure system group made up of two E/pumps: one 400V tri phase and one 24V

maximum capacity 80 l/min, positioned in the engine room, supplying water to the several boat users

such as sinks, showers, toilets, bidet, domestic appliances.

– N. 2 stainless steel 100 l boilers

Pipe material: Multilayer material.

The piping for hot water will be appropriately insulated.

Grey & Black Water Systems

Grey water system is made of a tank located in the engine room bilge with a capacity of approx. 1.000 l, for

run-off water collection from showers, sinks, bidets, dishwasher, washing machine and WC. Tank level is

displayed in the wheelhouse touch screen monitor and on the main electrical switchboard.

One 380 V tri phase E/pump, with maximum capacity of 50 l/min, is installed in the engine room for the

grey water tank discharge. It may be controlled manually from the wheelhouse touch screen monitor or

main electrical panel. In case of failure it will be possible to discharge directly overboard the run-off water

discharge from galley, washing machine and dishwasher.

For tank discharge by shore dock while moored, an international socket will be provided.

An emergency E/pump 380 V tri phase with a maximum capacity of 50 l/min is installed in by-pass.

Pipe material: Stainless steel AISI 316/PVC.

Sea Water System

Sea water system is made of following;

– N. 2 sea water intakes for: main engines, gearboxes, gas exhaust raiser, shaft seals, side exhaust

housing moulding cooling

– N. 2 sea water intake for each gen set cooling

– N. 1 sea water intake for fire fighting system

– N. 1 sea water intake for air conditioning pump system

If requested, connection to the sea water intakes will be also provided for: water-maker system and black

water treatment system.

All sea water intakes are fitted with filters and valves.

Pipe material: CuNi/Stainless steel AISI 316/Bronze.

Hydraulic System

An independent E/hydraulic unit for gangway, garage hatch and tender hauling/launching system with an

emergency hand pump.

Each hydraulic unit will be fitted with a dedicated oil collecting tank and with a separate circuit.

Main Engines & Main Generators Exhaust

– Discharge pipes AISI 316 and 304 covered with appropriate insulation, of adequate dimensions as

recommend by the main engine’s manufacturers.

– AISI 304 will be used for raiser piping “dry” areas, and AISI 316 will be used for the raiser piping “wet”areas cooled by sea water.

– AISI 316 will be used also for the low rpm by-pass exhaust pipes.

– Underwater discharge structural pipes in GRP, fairing sections to facilitate the gas release.

– GRP side exhaust housing moulding along the hull with stainless steel grids for the low rpm by-pass.

– Gen sets gas exhaust pipe system made in approved rubber housing, muffler and water/smoke

separator in GRP for noise reduction. The exhaust gas discharge will be realized by GRP carters on

both port and stbd side of the vessel.

Scuppers

Scuppers for rain and fresh water located on the main deck and on the flybridge will discharge directly

overboard.

Pipe material: Stainless steel AISI 316/CuNi/PVC.

Standard Specs – Ventilation – Air Conditioning

Engine Room Ventilation

– N. 2 reversible E/ventilators 400V tri phase with a total capacity of 15.000 m³/h installed for engine room

ventilation

– N. 1 E/circulator 400V tri phase installed for air circulation under the garage box.

Extraction System for accommodations

In the accommodation areas a forced 230V/380V E/Air extractor will be fitted.

Air extractor system works together to air treatment.

The air treatment will be fitted in the following areas: owner’s cabin in the main deck and Guest/Vip’s

cabins for lower deck.

AIR CONDITIONING

Conditioning & Heating

An air conditioning system will be installed, with a total capacity of approx. 180.000 BTU/h. The cooling

unit, sea water and circulation pumps will be in the aft engine room area.

Fan coils will be installed in each area in suitable numbers depending on the layout and system dimensions.

All fan coils will be installed with suitable drip trays that will discharge condensation water directly

overboard (by gravity or by dedicated electric pumps).

All ail be provided with insulated plastic houses with joints in press-fitting.

Standard Specs – Electrical

Main Characteristics

The onboard main voltages will be the following:

– 400 V tri phase, 50 Hz for main power circuits.

– 230 V mono phase, 50Hz, for lighting systems, domestic appliances and other users not feed by 400V

system.

– 24 V DC with negative to earth for small power circuits, visual signals, emergency lighting, electronics,

communication systems, propulsion system and main engine start up.

– 12 V DC for main gen set starting and VHF.

Electric cable dimensions are properly sized related to the maximum amperage involved and made from

certified material that avoid flame propagation; they are housed in metal trays or self-extinguishing PVC

closed type raceways.

The main switchboards are in:

– Engine room.

Distribution switchboards will be also located in strategic area so that they can be easily recognized,

reached and operated.

All on board equipment will be earthed through copper stripes earth bands of suitable dimensions.

The grounding system will be the following:

– metallic components, sea water intakes, sea cocks, etc. This system will consist of two copper stripes

laid throughout the yacht and connected to the aft zinc anodes;

– grounding system for electrical components. It will link all control panel grounds and electrical

equipment grounds; it will be connected to dedicated porous plate;

– grounding system for the navigation electronic equipments. It will be connected to dedicated porous

plate.

Power Sources

Gen sets

Two (2) gen sets one 45 kW each, 400 V tri phase, 50 Hz, located in the engine room and  mounted on silent blocks. The gen sets will be fitted with sound proof encasing, hour counter, switchboard

for start/stop and control. Gen sets starting control will also be located on the wheelhouse touch screen monitor

Shore Connections

One 400 V tri phase, 63A, 4 poles shore power connection located on the stern and connected with an

insulated transformer 400V/400V tri phase, 45kVA: connection is star point to provide 230 V.

Alternating current energy sources will be controlled by the main switchboard panel. On the switchboard

front door a voltmeter and a 400V frequency meter are installed. Power sources will be protected by

adequate power fuses or switch breakers and remote control switches are provided to managing them on

the yacht electric supply. Shore power system will be connected to a bar, protected by a thermo magnetic

switch, from which the power will be distributed to all yacht devices.

Batteries

Service Batteries: a 600Ah/24V gel accumulator battery bank will be fitted in the engine room, to supply

the following services:

– signalling;

– small power circuits;

– navigation lights and relevant switchboard;

– navigation electronics;

– monitoring.

MTU Elecronics Batteries: a 200 Ah/24V gel/AGM battery bank will be fitted in the engine room, to

supply the Main engines electronic equipment.

Main Engine Starting Batteries: 2 sets of gel/AGM batteries with a capacity of 240Ah @24 Vdc will be fitted

for the main engines starting, located in engine room. These batteries will be high capacity instant

discharging 1200A type.

Generator Starting Batteries: 2 sets of gel/AGM batteries, starting type, 140Ah@ 12V for each group for

gen set starting. These batteries will be high capacity instant discharge 800A type. Each battery will be

located in a dedicated space near the gen sets.

Battery charging system

Battery chargers are provided to recharge service batteries, VHF, emergency, Main engines starting and

electronics and gen sets starting battery banks:

– N. 2 automatic battery chargers 75A/24Vdc to recharge service batteries, located in the ER.

– N. 1 automatic battery charger 25A/24Vdc with switchboard to recharge main engine starting

batteries, and electronic batteries, located in the engine room.

– N. 1 automatic battery charger 25A/12Vdc, to recharge gen sets starting batteries, located in

the engine room.

– N. 1 automatic battery charger 10A/12Vdc, to recharge VHF batteries, located in the technical

space under the wheelhouse.

The battery chargers listed above will function automatically, with no-manual operation availability.

Battery charging system by alternator

Main engine starting batteries and service batteries will be also charged by main engines alternators, and

their charge is managed by a load charging dispatcher. Gen set alternators will charge their own stating

batteries. A thermo magnetic switch or fuse to protect 24V dc users lines connected to the main

switchboard is provided.

Lights & Sockets

Lighting of the engine room: 230/24V by means of ceiling led bars.

Lighting in the accommodation areas is generally by means of led spotlights.

Each cabin will be provided with the following devices:

– ceiling lights with controls close to entrance door and nightstand;

– reading light on behead with control close by;

– lights on bathroom ceiling with controls close to bathroom door;

– lights on bathroom mirror with controls close by;

– cabin sockets: 230V;

– bathroom sockets: 230V.

Lighting of the living areas, stairways and exits are made up of the following components:

– ceiling lights in the dining room and saloon with controls located in various places;

– ceiling lights with controls near to the exits;

– courtesy lights on stairs;

– 230 V sockets.

One dimmer circuits will be provided in the cockpit, saloon, dining room, Owner’s Cabin.

The exterior lighting will be by watertight led spotlights.

Alarms and Main Systems Controls

The following electrical control appliances will be installed:

– Voltmeter and ammeter to control 400V system, visible on both the wheelhouse touch screen monitor

and the main switch board.

– Illuminated push buttons for shore line power connection/disconnection on both wheelhouse touch

screen monitor and main electrical switch board.

– Gen set overload warning lights on wheelhouse touch screen control panel.

– Controls for generator start up and connection/disconnection on both the wheelhouse touch screen

monitor and the main switch board.

– Control for closing/opening of electrical systems sections on the main switchboard and on wheelhouse

touch screen monitor.

– Absorption Ammeter on wheelhouse touch screen monitor and main switchboard for battery charge.

– Ammeter on wheelhouse touch screen monitor and main switchboard for battery discharge.

The following alarms will be installed:

– Engine and gearbox alarm repeaters in the wheelhouse.

– Fuel high/low level alarm on wheelhouse touch screen monitor.

– Fresh water high/low level alarm on wheelhouse touch screen monitor.

– Grey and Black water high level alarm on wheelhouse touch screen monitor.

– Bilge water high level alarm on wheelhouse touch screen monitor and main switchboard.

– Smoke detection alarm for all inside areas of the vessel on wheelhouse touch screen monitor.

– Alarm for the opening of the garage hatch.

Standard Specs – Navigation – Electronics – Communication – Audio Visual

Wheelhouse Control Station

– N. 3 x 16” multi-function colour display.

– N. 1 speed, depth, wind and temperature indicator.

– N. 1 rudder angle indicator.

– N. 1 autopilot.

– N. 1 VHF.

Hard Top

– N. 1 GPS antenna.

– N. 1 radar open array antenna 4”.

– N. 1 VHF antenna.

– N. 1 Air signalling horns.

– N. 1 search light with controls located in wheelhouse and cockpit helm station.

– N. 1 Wind transducer.

Audio/Video System

The following equipment will be installed on board:

Salon

– N. 1 “smart TV” LED 50”.

– N. 1 Multi area amplifier with AIR play, kit home theatre with subwoofer connected to the aft cockpit

and fly deck with 5 speakers.

– N. 1 IPAD Mini for centralized control with Docking station

Owner’s cabin

– N. 1 “smart TV” LED 43’’.

– N. 1 Amplifier with AIR play, kit home theatre with subwoofer and 2 speakers.

– N. 1 IPAD Mini for centralized control with Docking station

Vip cabin

– N. 1 “smart TV” LED 32’’.

– N. 1 amplifier with 2 speakers.

– N. 1 infrared repeater

Guest’s Cabins, port and stbd

– N. 1 “smart TV” LED 32’’.

– N. 1 amplifier with 2 speakers.

– N. 1 infrared repeater.

Crew mess

– N. 1 TV LED 24”.

– N. 1 wireless hifi amplifier with 2 speakers.

– N. 1 infrared repeater.

Captain cabin

– N. 1 Jbl Bluetooth portable speaker

Cockpit, main deck

– N. 2 couples of speakers in the ceiling with connection from Salon

– Mini IPAD control of Salon

Upper deck, aft area

– Speakers predisposition.

Sky lounge

– TV Prearrangement.

– N. 1 Amplifier with AIR play with 2 speakers.

Timoneria

– N. 1 Sonos amplifier with two (2) speakers

Standard Specs – Exteriors

Hull

– Porthole in stainless steel AISI 316 with tempered glass and frame in stainless steel

– Fender bar in stainless steel and rubber on each side of the vessel

– Anchor pocket in stainless steel recessed into the hull

Main deck

– Teak decking on main deck with 12mm thickness planks, in cockpit and sideways

– Teak on stair leading up to the fly-bridge from the cockpit.

– Teak decking on stairs leading down to the lift swimming platform.

– Teak grating 20mm thickness on the lift swimming platform from the cockpit.

– Handrail in stainless steel on stairway leading down to the lift swimming platform.

– Handrail in stainless steel on stairway leading up to fly-bridge.

– Tempered glass windows of approved thickness.

– Lift swimming platform with electro-hydraulic power system.

– Electro hydraulic gangway with teak grating and frame in stainless steel, retractable inside the upper

step of the port stair case.

– Manual Swimming ladder.

– Control panel for gangway and garage hatch manoeuvring.

– Electrical sockets for shore line in a dedicated stern hatch.

– Shore fresh water filling station, shore water connection and hot/cold mixer for shower located inside a

dedicated stern hatch.

– External deck lighting by watertight led lights.

– Shore connection for black water discharge in a dedicated stern hatch.

– Fresh water filling station.

Fairleads and Bollards:

– N. 4 fairleads in stainless steel at bow, two for each side;

– N. 3 bollards in stainless steel for each side (one astern, one at bow and last one at midship);

– N. 2 up and down bollards situated on the bathing platform;

– N. 2 foldable sunpad on each side.

10.2.1 External passageways and aft cockpit

– Gates in stainless steel to access the lift swimming platform.

– Saloon sliding door in tempered glass

– N. 2 side doors in GRP, one on each side, for side mooring boarding.

– Glass door for flybridge access from the cockpit on stbd side.

– Structural stairs to access the fly-bridge from the aft cockpit, stbd side.

– Structural stairs to access the fly-bridge from port sidewalk.

– GRP integrated sofa.

– N. 1 coffee table.

– N. 2 armchairs.

– N. 2 electric windlasses with integrated capstan 400V, 2200W tri phase.

– Fire fighting hose with shore.

– Brackets for boat hooks recessed inside a dedicated space on the internal bulwark.

– Fuel filling station on starboard side.

– N. 2 doors on starboard side to access the side passageways of the main deck.

– External cushions (See Materials and Furnishings).

– Protection covers for all exterior furniture.

– GRP door to access the engine room from the port side.

– Engine room emergency hatch in aluminum covered with teak.

– Audio/Video system as indicated previously in Par.9.3.

Bow area

– Antiskid deck finishing.

– N. 2 GRP side sofas.

– N. 1 technical storage, with an access from dedicated hatch on the deck, for store deck equipment and

windlass electrical panel.

– Stainless steel handrail.

– Chain locker provided with suitable drainage system.

– N. 2 anchor windlasses with integrated capstan, reversible, 400V 4000W.

– N. 4 drainage scuppers.

– Local control of windlass by means of portable device.

– N. 2 high-holding power galvanized steel anchor, 136Kg each.

– N. 2 Chains 14mm, length 110m each (2 x 4 lengths).

– Chain locker provided with suitable drainage system.

– Chain locker provided with suitable drainage system.

– Fire fighting hose with shore.

– Fresh water for deck washing.

– External cushions (See Materials and Furnishings).

– Protection covers for all outdoor furniture.

– N. 2 drainage scuppers.

10.3 Fly Bridge

The fly bridge may be reached through an external staircase coming up from the cockpit, from the

wheelhouse/Sky lounge or through an external central stairway to the bow area.

The main areas of the fly bridge will be equipped as follows:

Aft sun pad area

– Antiskid deck finishing.

– N. 4 chaise longues.

– N. 1 sofas.

– N. 1 coffee table.

– Bar area with fridge and sink.

– N. 4 drainage scuppers.

– N. 2 self-inflatable life-rafts for 8 people each laid in dedicated superstructure flash room provided with hydrostatic launching system.

– Handrail in stainless steel on the stairs leading down to the cockpit.

– Handrail in stainless steel-teak-tempered glass on the aft pulpit.

– External cushions (See Materials and Furnishings).

– Covers for all outdoor furniture.

– Fresh water for deck washing.

– Audio/Video set-up as indicated in Par.9.3.

Hard Top area/ Sky Lounge

– GRP hard top with navigation lights, antennas, acoustic alarm, search light and fly bridge lighting.

– Parquet floor.

– Table for 8/10 people and chairs.

– Cabinets to hold plates, glasses, and crockery on each side.

– Accessory for crockery inside cabinets.

– Door with folding elements in tempered glass.

– Door to wheelhouse access, on stbd side.

– Electrical curtain for sky-light

– Manual curtains.

– Audio/Video set-up as indicated in Par.9.3.

Wheelhouse

– Leather covered dashboard with navigation instruments.

– Sofa.

– Nautical chart area.

– Cabinet.

– Ceiling covered in wood or leather

– Parquet floor.

– Access door on stbd side aft bulkheads, to skylounge.

– Access GRP/Aluminum door for external passageway to stbd side.

– Stairs leading down to the starboard foyer covered in carpet or wood with non-slip finish.

– Helm station supplied with:

– Main Engine throttles with synchronizer.

– Main Engines and gearboxes instruments

– Navigation instruments indicate in Par. 9.1.

– Bow thruster controls.

– Electric control panel for repeat alarms and controls already on the touch screen.

– Touch screen Monitor 12” to control the main onboard systems including: 230V/400V and 24V

electrical circuits, horn commands, navigation lights, E/pump fuel transfer, anchor windlass, E/fire

fighting pump, alarm for high level water in bilge and controls for automatic bilge pumps, tank level

indicators, smoke detector indicators.

– Sub switchboard 230/400V and 24V.

– Synoptic navigation lights with manual control.

– Synoptic alarms and bilge pumps.

– Manual controls for windscreen wipers, horn, E/pump wheelhouse and autopilot.

Full Beam Area

– External passageways, o stbd side, with GRP stair covered with teak.

– Antiskid deck finishing.

– 2 Armchairs.

– N. 1 coffee table.

– N. 1 storage cabinet.

– External cushions (See Materials and Furnishings).

– Protection covers for all outdoor furniture.

– N. 2 drainage scuppers.

Classification and certificates

The Yacht including all onboard machinery and equipment, will be built according to Dir. 2013/53/EU, with
RINA surveying, in according to the following rules:

ISO 10087 Craft identification – Coding system
ISO 14945 Builder’s plate
ISO 11192 Graphical symbols
ISO 15085 Man-overboard prevention and recovery
ISO 11591 Field of vision from hel position
ISO 10240 Owner’s manual

RINA Rules Dimension and Construction of Hull

ISO 9093 – ISO 12216 Openings of hull, decks and superstructure
ISO 11812 Watertight cockpits and quick-draining cockpits
ISO 12217 Stability and buoyancy assessment and categorization
ISO 15083 Bilge-pumping systems
ISO 14946 Maximum load capacity
ISO 9094 Fire protection
ISO 15084 Anchoring, mooring and towing
ISO 7840 Fire resistant fuel hoses
ISO 10088 Permanently installed fuel systems
ISO 10133 Electrical system – Extra low voltage d.c. installations
ISO 11105 Ventilation of petrol engine and/or petrol tank compartments
ISO 13297 Electrical system – Alternating current installation
ISO 10592 Hydraulic steering system
ISO 8099 Machinery and systems

DISCLAIMER

Ita Yachts Canada Inc. 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. This boat may be a centrally/exclusive listing from another yacht broker open to co brokerage.

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