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1970 95 (ft.) FEADSHIP Feadship Style Dutch Built

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General Information

Listing# 111380

Price
$1,699,000.00
Location
Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States
Manufacturer
FEADSHIP
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
1970
Category
Motor Yachts
Model
Feadship Style Dutch Built
Status
Used
Length
95 (ft.)
Beam
21.67
LOA
95
Hull Material
Steel
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
D343
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Hours
2690

General Details

ZaZu is one of the finest examples of a classic canoe stern motoryacht.  Having been extensively restored and upgraded by her present owners who have addressed structural, mechanical and cosmetic issues, this charming yacht has the best of all worlds:  reliability, seaworthiness, fuel economy, and the eye appeal of her renown Dutch pedigree, combined with the flair of a new Art Deco interior and a vast array of contemporary amenities.  Fully outfitted for luxury charters, ZaZu will please anyone looking for a vessel that can help earn her keep or for anyone wanting a yacht they can be proud to call their own. Motivated two boat owner!

Specifications

Introduction
ZaZu underwent a major refit/restoration after the present owners purchased her in November 2003.  She has been continuously maintained and upgraded since then.
Accommodations
ZaZu  can accommodate six owners and guests in three staterooms, all with en suite baths. There are six crew berths available forward with two heads and showers. The captain's cabin with double berth can be utilized as a 4th guest stateroom if one chooses to run the yacht with 2 or 3 crew.     The crew quarters are forward with a forward cabin with double berth to port and single berth starboard and en suite head/shower. Moving aft is a crew lounge. To port is a single private crew cabin which was retrofitted in 2004.    Aft to port and adjacent to the crew quarters but separate is an optional fourth guest or captain's stateroom with double bed, large hanging locker, TV, and en suite head/shower. Opposite is a curved stairway leading from the crew's quarters, starboard side, up to the main deck.  (New commercial floor covering on steps and companionway leading to engine room - Spring '08). Just aft of the stairway to starboard is a work / storage room with workbench, vice and shelves for spare parts.  On the other side of the companionway is a fold down work bench.  Next aft is a watertight door which leads to the full width, stand-up engine room.     All the way forward on the main deck is the pilothouse.  The pilothouse is complete with custom cabinets for electronics and a separate chart table with five drawers for chart storage.  Additional shelves were added in 2004 as well as a teak and holly sole.  Two new Stidd helm chairs finished in soft light cream leather were installed in the Spring of '08.      Moving aft to starboard is the large galley completely refitted in 1999 with new appliances, stainless steel counter tops and teak cupboards. Additional shelves were added after 2003 as well as a new refrigerator / freezer.  Outboard of the galley on the port side is a companionway which leads from the pilothouse to the dining room/main salon. A small office with desk, chair and telephone is located here in an alcove.  Just aft of the office is an on-deck day head/powder room.  Teak and holly soles were added here as well in 2004.
Salon and Aft Deck
Just aft of the dining area is the main salon which features authentic art deco furniture and accessories that have been acquired by the present owners.  In the port aft corner is an antique radio cabinet and a faux bookcase which houses the components for the entertainment system.  Mounted overhead in a teak custom built cabinet is a 42" NEC flat screen TV which drops down for easy viewing.  Underneath this cabinet is the companionway with a remodeled teak and black balustrade which leads to the master and guest accommodations below.  In the opposite corner of the salon against the aft bulkhead is a player piano.  In the middle of the aft end of the salon between full length windows is a teak and glass door which leads to the spacious, open and covered aft deck. Across the canoe stern of the aft deck, there is built-in cushioned seating. In front of this is a teak dining table. Outboard to starboard is a teak cabinet with icemaker and drawers for bar accessories and drinks.  The teak deck here is varnished - all of which make this area a lovely spot for outdoor dining.  In addition, there is a canvas extension to the aft overhead. On the port forward side of the aft deck is a ladder which leads up to the boat deck and flybridge.
Dining
During an 18 month restoration beginning in 2004, the interior teak paneling on the main deck level was refinished in high gloss varnish.  Black accent moldings on teak valances were added above the windows to port and starboard as well as Deco wall sconces to give both the dining salon and main salon an Art Deco finish.  The dining salon now has a beautiful Brazilian Rosewood dining table with six upholstered chairs and a matching Rosewood sideboard with storage for wine and crystal.  Across the forward bulkhead are cabinets which have been reconfigured to store stemware as well as china.  A display alcove between the cabinets has been faced in Onyx.  To starboard is a teak wet bar with brass sink, granite countertop, bottle storage, new icemaker and refrigerator for beer, wine, & soft drinks.  Two of four windows on each side of the dining and main salons are the original "Kerfort" type and can be opened.
Galley
The galley is on the starboard side of the main deck just aft of the pilothouse.  In 1999 the entire galley was removed and all new appliances were installed.  New teak shelves were added after 2004.  Equipment includes: Bosch dishwasher Kitchen Aide 4-burner cook top with an electric grill in the center (2) Kitchen Aide Superba side-by-side ovens with Easy Convect Conversion Kitchen Aide trash compactor New Kenmore Pro stainless steel refrigerator and freezer with icemaker and water dispensers GE microwave Large stainless steel sink with garbage disposal
Master Stateroom
A stairwell from the port side of the main salon leads below to a large full beam master stateroom aft.  It has a king size bed with drawers underneath. Outboard to port and starboard of the bed are built-in cabinets with onyx countertops.  Forward of the cabinets on both sides of the stateroom are large, louvered, double door closets.  Over the head of the bed is an antique art deco mirror.  Above the foot of the bed, mounted on the overhead in a custom varnished teak cabinet, is a 42" flat screen TV that lowers.  Next to the starboard side of the bed is a control box for the Night Vision, Low Light and Color Surveillance system.  This system has 5 on board cameras, hence  someone in the master stateroom can see anyone boarding or disembarking, can scan the horizon for 350 degrees, look astern of the yacht, or check on what's happening in various areas of the engine room.  In addition, the master stateroom TV can be used as a monitor for the plotter.  In the starboard forward corner of the master stateroom is an en suite head with beautiful onyx flooring, countertop, and newly redesigned shower.  Custom built in 2004 in place of the original tub / shower, the commodious new shower has a built-in seat.  On the forward port bulkhead of the master is a varnished teak cabinet which can accomodate a full size massage table.  In addition, this stateroom has two large opening ports to port and starboard.
Guest Staterooms
Two identical guest staterooms are located forward of the master.  Each stateroom has two lower berths with drawers underneath, a 3 drawer bureau between the berths with an antique Art Deco mirror above it, a Sharp flat screen TV and Sony DVD player, a cedar lined hanging locker, as well as two opening ports.  Both staterooms have en suite heads which were refurbished in 2004.  Heads have beautiful onyx counter tops, floors, fixtures, and large showers with teak grates.
Crew Quarters / Lounge
Below and forward is the crew cabin with: double berth to port with drawers / cabinets underneath it and a flat screen TV above; single berth to starboard with drawers and cabinets underneath it; a large opening hatch overhead as well as opening portlights to port and to starboard.  Forward of the cabin is an en suite head with separate shower.  Just aft on the port side is a private single berth cabin.  Opposite of this is the crew lounge which now has a table with stools, a new stainless steel Magic Chef refrigerator / freezer, a Panasonic TV, a long built-in settee with back rest (starboard side) and new carpeting (Spring '08). Immediately aft of the crew lounge to port and separated by a door is the private captain's cabin with en suite head and shower.
Foredeck
The teak deck was refit in 2006 at the Bennett Brothers Yard in North Carolina.  At this time, most of the steel subdeck was replaced as were many of the deck frames.  The new teak deck on the foredeck has a varnished king plank.  A Bosuns locker across the forward part of the house has been redesigned to have two large top loading doors on gas rams for easy access.  When set up with teak deck furniture, this area is an excellent spot for sunbathing, relaxing, or fishing while at anchor.
Boat Deck
The aft end of the boat deck has a raised, semicircular bulwark.  Around the front of the bulwark are removable, light weight waterproof seats which fit together to make a semi-circular settee.  In front of the "settee" is a portable hot tub. Forward of the hot tub and mounted on the centerline is a heavy duty MarQuipt davit.  To port of the davit on chocks is the Novurania 18' tender.  Ahead of the davit is the yacht's dry stack with exhaust pipes for the main engines and generators.  On the deck to port and starboard are frigibar refrigerator / freezers.  Outboard to port and starboard are the liferafts.  All the way forward is the flybridge helm station with a pedestal seat and wheel steering.
Electronics
Inspiron 530S computer with Nobeltec plotting software H.P. Pavillon a 1720 computer Furuno GPS Navigator Furuno GPS / WAAS Furuno GBRD-30 GPS Furuno Navnet 72-mile radar Furuno 48-mile radar (2) Nauticomp screens Brookes & Gatehouse HS2000 information systems (2) Datamarine depth gauges (wheelhouse and flybridge Standard Infinity hailer 2) KVH digital compasses Simrad Lever steering Sea-Tel satellite television system Night Vision Technologies Surveillance System Standard Infinity VHF (2 wheelhouse, 1 on bridge) new 2012 Datamarine wind indicator Robertson AP9 - MK3 autopilot Panasonic digital phone system with integrated cellular and satellite service Alpine CD receiver
Electrical System
(2) Northern Lights 32 kW 110/220V AC generators in sound shields (new 2001), hours - port 6,413 and 1,270 starboard since rebuild Fall 2010;  Port injection side rebuilt Fall 2010. 220/110V AC 60-cycle single phase 32/12V DC New electrical panel in engine room in 2003 Majority of engine room rewired in 2003 (2) 32V DC banks (2) 12V DC batteries (2) LaMarche battery chargers (32V DC & 12V DC) wired for 220V AC dockside(2) 50-amp shore power cords, isolation transformer and galvanic isolation system (2) 100-amp shore cords new 2011 (1) Smart Y box
Deck Equipment
Ideal 220V AC electric anchor windlass (completely rebuilt Winter '08) Second anchor is Fortress FX-125 Danforth with chain and 300' nylon rode Ideal warping winch, model "A" on foredeck Anchor chain wash down system (2) Carlisle-Finch remote controlled search lights MarQuipt 5-ton hydraulic crane fitted on centerline (rebuilt 2012) MarQuipt aluminum accommodations stair MarQuipt boarding stair and swim ladder (6) Large stainless steel bollards (2 aft, 4 forward) Ample docklines and fenders Novurania 530 18' (1998) with 90 hp Honda 4-cycle motor.  Both overhauled in Winter '08 (2) Frigibar refrigerators/freezers (approx. 5 cu. Ft. each) located port and starboard on the boat deck (renewed 2011) Full control flybridge station with complete instrumentation and thruster control Teak deck furniture - foredeck Teak decks & trim, new teak decks, steel subdecks and frames 2006 Fresh water wash down system
Mechanical Equipment
(2) Caterpillar D343, 460 hp turbo charged, after cooled diesel engines with twin 3:1 reduction gear; fresh water cooling system; hours - 2,545 starboard and 2,690 port since major overhaul in 2003. 2,000 nm range at 9.5 knots cruising speed Consumption at cruise = 20 gal/per hour with one generator (3) Marine Air 30,000 BTU water chilled air conditioning systems (new 2012) Cruiseair 36,000 BTU reverse cycle air conditioning unit in crew quarters (new 2012) Cruiseair AC units in galley and pilothouse New air handler for main salon Bradford 15 hp electric bow thruster Naiad stabilizers 4' X 6', Series 301, new cooling pump and hydraulics and gyro '08 Rheem 50-gallon hot water heater 250 gallon (estimated) holding tank Bilge blower Automatic sump pump for gray water tank Microphor Vacu Flush heads Mechanical gauges on all generators Double Racor filters for engines and generators Alfa Laval fuel centrifuge Fill-Rite fuel transfer pump Kidde 75# CO2 fire extinguishing system Filtrations Concepts 1800 gal/day watermaker Flybridge controls and instrumentation Tenfjord hydraulic steering Heavy duty storage racks built above each engine in 2003
Lazarette
During the 2007 / 2008 yard refit at Derecktor Yacht Yard, new plumbing and new bilge pumps were installed in the lazarette.  The steering ram was rebuilt, the light was replaced, new shelves were added and a new ladder was made.  The entire area was cleaned and painted.
Safety and Fire Protection
(18) life jackets (2) Life rings Kidde CO2 fire extinguishing system Extinguishers for all major compartments (2) 406 EPIRB's
Hull
General: Steel hull, aluminum superstructure designed by Telford and built by DeVries Lentsch in 1970.   Hull Construction: Built of steel on 67 frames on approximate 16" centers.  Four full bulkheads: frame number 6 - collision bulkhead, frame 27 - forward engine room, frame 38 - aft engine room, and frame 63 - lazarette.  Reported original bottom plating thickness 6mm.
Paint
Hull and house painted with white Awlgrip. Top deck ws painted non-skid gray. Bulwarks Awlgripped inside and out, bottom painted with 2 coats of Micron 66, props and shafts painted with Prop Speed, all renewed 2011
Continuous Upgrades 2004 - Present
Structural & Mechanical:   Complete engine rebuild, new engine mounts, and transmissions Hull and keel repaired and painted - regular audio gauging - steel plating and supports replaced when needed, wherever needed (latest 2011) Bow thruster serviced and aligned New bearings and seals (2009) Rudders and running gear repaired or replaced, bilge pumps added, new circuitry, shelves and access ladder for rudder room Steering ram rebuilt plus 2 new angle indicators installed (2010) Stabilizers serviced, added cooling pump, replaced hydraulics and gyro Electrical systems / wiring repaired or replaced Plumbing and toilets repaired or replaced throughout Replaced black water pump, serviced fresh water system Added night camera, auto plotter, color cameras, daylight monitors, compass, Sat-TV system, Panasonic phone system, sonar, computers and printers Water tanks renewed (2012) Novurania completely overhauled. Major generator service/starboard rebuild (2010), port injection side rebuilt (2010) Replaced 3-phase electrics for bow thruster and crane A/C ducting replaced throughout, new unit added to salon Pilothouse, office and galley windows rebedded and remounted (2011) Teak cap rail lifted, stainless steel flatbar welded underneath, cap rail replaced Stabilizers serviced (2009) Steel pipe for fresh water system replaced w/schedule 80 PVC(2009) Sea chest gate valves replaced w/new bronze valves (2009) New main shaft cutlass bearings (2009) Props removed and reconditioned (2010) Tail shafts drawn and reconditioned (2010) New cutlass bearings installed (2010) Foredeck hatches removed, lexan renewed, hatches painted and trim reconstructed (2010) Windless removed and painted (2010) Rebuilt black water tanks, new high tech coating (2011) Clean and paint inside water tanks (2011) Remove and renew warping capstan on foredeck (2011) Teak decks completely replaced to include sub-deck and steel supports in 2006    Cosmetic: Engine room overhead replaced New helm chairs New teak chairs for foredeck New cushions for aft deck seating Cedar installed in all stateroom lockers and closets Added private crew berth, shelves and table to crew quarters Replaced carpet in office and wheelhouse with wood floor to match in galley Salon railings replaced and valances added Shelves added in galley and wheelhouse  Replaced stateroom headliners and ceilings in heads Added cabinetry for new salon A/C unit for massage table storage in master stateroom Helm trim replaced New bedding, draperies, wall coverings and carpet throughout New flatscreen TV with satellite receiver and DVD player in all staterooms and salon Completely refurnished salon and dining area including antiques and piano Antique mirrors added to staterooms Onyx flooring and countertops installed in 3 staterooms, onyx shower added in master Replaced headliners in salon and study in 2008  
Summer Refit 2011
New Exterior Awlgrip paint – Topsides, Boat Deck (all hardware removed, deck, stack, flybridge console, davit, painted).  Forward part of house painted Bottom painted with 3 coats of Hempel high grade bottom paint Pilothouse windows removed – Curved corner windows replaced with new Lexan.  All windows rebedded – window frames sanded down & painted Black water tank removed.  New, integral, steel tank fabricated by Jack Downs of J.P. Downs & Co. High tech coating applied Gray water tank removed, bilge sandblasted underneath and coated, tank painted, new plumbing and new pumps installed Water tanks emptied, cleaned & recoated where needed Plating done under Anchor striker plate – port & starboard bow New SS striker plate Plating work in Lazarette just below cap rail 3 New A/C compressors Ideal Windlass sent back to factory, rebuilt and reinstalled Captain’s cabin – Shower bottom rebuilt.  New teak covering board on bottom of bulkhead between captain’s cabin and en suite head 18’ Novurania tender – thoroughly detailed, electronics repaired and outboard motor serviced Engine room bilges thoroughly cleaned and coated (in progress) Props and shafts painted with Prop Speed
Exclusions
Erte bronze sculpture
Remarks
ZaZu  is one of the finest examples of a Classic Feadship Style Canoe Stern Motoryacht.  Having been extensively restored and upgraded by her present owners who have addressed structural, mechanical and cosmetic issues, this charming yacht has the best of all worlds:  reliability, seaworthiness, fuel economy, and the eye appeal of her renown Dutch pedigree, combined with the flair of a new Art Deco interior and a vast array of contemporary amenities. Z aZu  will please anyone wanting a yacht they can be proud to call their own. Motivated two boat owner! Photography by Jim Raycroft.    
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.
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