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Listing# 115977

21 900 000,00 €
Savona, Italy
Mondo Marine
Boat Type
Model Year
Motor Yachts
54 (M.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
CAT 3516B
Number of Engines
Engine Type

General Details




This is an excellent opportunity to take delivery of a NEW 54 meter full displacement motor yacht
in half of the delivery time typically required for a build of this size (ONLY 16 MONTHS) and at a major discounted price (21.9M EURO).


To give you an idea of value, the 2010 'Sister Ship' to M54 is currently for sale on the market
today for 27m Euro, so at 28m Euro this is very low price.

This is Hull #7 in a successful line of 54 meter yachts.Hull, superstructure, and engine room are complete.

Mondo Marine Shipyard is waiting for a Buyer in order to customize the interior decor & finishing touches on the exterior.

At 800 tons, this yacht has a massive volume with large tender garage, expansive interior &
exterior deck spaces, 6 cabins, gymnasium, commercial galley, and huge upper sundeck.

NEW PICTURES FROM JANUARY 2014 are available of both the interior & exterior, engine room, running gear & hull of the vessel so that you can get an idea of her volume and condition.

Stored inside a protected shed, this project can be completed in 16 months from the time
contracts are finalized.





The Mondo Marine M54 is a new construction project that is 75% completed and only requires 16 months to finish construction. The hull, hull faring, superstructure, interior decks, machine spaces & engine room, tender garage are completed. We are waiting for a specific buyer to purchase the project so that we can completely customize the interior decor & general arrangement of the floor plan. Included on this brochure are renderings by Italian Laura Pomponi of Luxury Projects and renderings of the completed project by naval architect Luca Dini. Currently located at the Mondo Marine Shipyard in Savona, Italy within the build shed where she is easily viewed by potential Buyers & Brokers at anytime. Large volume coming in over 820 Gross Tons and providing a range of over 4,000nm this steel hull/aluminum superstructure displacement yacht is a true global explorer. Excellent opportunity both in price & reduced build time.
Project Designers
T H E  D E S I G N E R S Laura Pomponi LUXURY  PROJECTS After significance experience in the Mega Yacht business, in 2008 Laura Pomponi founded Luxury Projects Design Studio and Atelier, headquartered in Ancona (Italy). The overall philosophy of the LP Team is to enter into the emotional mindset of Clients so as to be able to create a new emotion for them, with a continuous exciting challenge in terms of professional skills, a unique opportunity to discover new concepts and learn about new “savoir-fairs”. The worldwide research of innovative materials is matched with the knowledge of expert craftsmen, mainly based in the Luxury Projects HQ area. These are the secrets in creating custom made “turn-key” projects for unique environments and atmospheres to be shared and lived in, where it is evident the mix of art and technology and the obsessive attention to the detail.   Luca Dini LUCA DINI DESIGN   Born in Florence in 1967, Luca Dini has been involved with the yacht design world for over 20 years. Specializing in styling mega-yacht interiors and exteriors, he founded Luca Dini Design in 1996. The company has grown and now has various outposts devoted to general architecture, interiors, design objects, and, of late , residential and automobile design (most notably a recent collaboration with Lancia on the Lancia Delta Yacht Design Concept). Luca Dini has even inspired private jets. Over the last few years, he has experimented heavily with material forms, revisiting evocative images and trends from the past, to highly futuristic effects.  
Luxury Projects Studio
In the full design process from scratch of this M54, the major focus of Luxury Projects Studio has been in two key aspects: S P A C E   The space. In the last few years a great importance has been given to space and to the related functionality. One important change in architecture and interior design has been the focus on creating non “crowded” spaces with the introduction of few important high-end design pieces. Space still means luxury and luxury means the possibility to enjoy big spa es: this is what we tried to achieve without the dominance of structural furniture and rather with the introduction, where possible, of free standing pieces, giving a more homely feeling but at the same time a great added value allowing a lot of flexibility in any possible future change of the yacht interiors. THE "TIME-LESS" STYLE   Starting with the idea of creating a time-less style for this yacht, the major attention has been in giving character to the interiors, where the introduction of new materials as the back-lit alabaster is merged with a new design concept of burl woods. Proposing again woods that are really part of the tradition of the yachts interiors is a step forward to retain the value of these materials, with Luxury Projects always personalized and “Taylor-made” design approach  
Naval Architecture: Mondo Marine Engineering General Data Exterior Design: Luca Dini Design Interior Design: Luca Dini Design Lloyd's Class Register: 100 A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6 [] LMC MCA Compliant LY2 Hull Material: Steel Superstructure Material: Aluminium Technical Data Length Overall: 54.00M - 177.16FT Beam Overall: 10.60M - 34.78FT Draft (Max): 3.20M - 10.5FT Maximum Speed: 17 knots Cruising Speed: 15 knots Range at 12 knots: 4,000nm Fuel Capacity: 93,000 L Fresh Water Tanks: 23,000 L Main Engines: CAT 3516B Maximum Power: 2 X 2,682 HP at 1,600 RPM International Gross Tonnage: 800+ GRT  
Mondo Marine - SYBAss Announcement
Mondo Marine is pleased to announce its appointment as a new member of SYBAss (Superyacht Builder Association) founded in 2007 to represent the world’s leading builders of large yachts who, over the last 10 years, have successfully delivered a minimum of 3 custom or semi-custom motor or sailing yachts measuring over 40 metres in length .   Mondo Marine designs, engineers and builds its vessels at the Savona production center. The yard covers a seafront area of 35,500 square metres, with 9,500 square metres under cover. The facilities include 100 metres of jetty space for motoryacht mooring, an 820-ton travel lift, one of the largest on the Med, and a 300 ton trolley. As many as 61 are the yachts built so far, most of them for celebrity clients. Among them, there’s the stellar ‘Tribù’, the first yacht to be awarded Green Star certification by RINA, showing the owner’s environmental commitment through a series of technical criteria. Mondo Marine, offering a totally full-cycle production right from the cutting of the hull sheets, has exported worldwide its commitment to excellence through its yachts embodying Italian skill and talent in everyone of their details.                                                                                     This Savona shipyard, with an increasingly visible presence in global markets, has just placed its name side by side with that one of other 24 members such as the German Lürssen, the Dutch Heesen Yachts, Oceanco and Amels and the American Trinity Yachts.
Shipyard Overview
Mondo Marine designs, constructs and carries out the engineering to its yachts at its production site at Savona. The yard is positioned on the sea front and stretches over 35,000 square metres, 9,500 of which are covered. There are wharves stretching over 100 metres in length to accommodate maxi yachts. There is a 820-ton travel lift, one of the largest in the Mediterranean, and a 300-ton cradle. We are currently constructing new warehouses and will soon begin restructuring our offices.
FULL PRODUCTION CYCLE Mondo Marine produces every element of its yachts, starting with the cut of the metal of the hull. Every detail of the yachts showcases the excellence of production and the pure Italian style. The yard exports worldwide. The workings on the aluminium and steel are done internally.   QUALITY AND SAFETY The work is carried out to extremely high standards, in line with ABS, Lloyd's Register and RINA. This guarantees precision and perfect linearity of construction as well as controls over the standards and ensures delivery on time.   TECHNOLOGY The MONDO MARINE ENGINEERING division carries out the installation of the most technologically advanced onboard systems as well as conducting naval engineering research into water lines and hydrodynamics. This makes it possible for Mondo Marine to create extraordinary powerful yachts that are fast and silent, making navigation extremely safe and comfortable.   ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY Some 62 yachts have rolled off the slips to date. Among these is the famous Tribù, the first yacht to be awarded the Green Star certificate of environmental standards by RINA. This allows the owner to document his respect for the environment by fulfilling a series of rigorous technical criteria.
The vessel dealt within this specification is a motor yacht with a displacement hull, twin screw propellers and twin diesel engines. The vessel will have steel hull and aluminium superstructure. The yacht is designed for both offshore cruising and world wide cruising and will have in this respect the appropriate stability, sea keeping, manoeuvrability and general handling requisites. The design and construction shall generally be in accordance with the following specifications.
Change Orders
Any modification of the design, the construction, the interior, the equipment, etc. which might imply a correction on price, weight, speed, range, noise levels, delivery time or whatever other feature as depicted in this document, shall only be carried out after such modifications have been agreed in writing between Owner and Builder. The Builder will be entitled to refuse any requests in the last six months before vessel delivery date.
Classification & Certificates
The vessel will be built in accordance to the Lloyd’s Register of Shipping regulations. Class notation will be 100 A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6 LMC. Upon delivery of the vessel, a Provisional Certificate of Class will be issued. The Cayman Islands Shipping Registry (Flag) shall conduct surveys and plan appraisals for compliance with Large Commercial Yacht Code 2 (LY2). The Class, on behalf of the Flag, will issue the following certificates: • International Load Line 1966 • Marpol Annex I (Oil) • Marpol Annex IV (Sewage) • Marpol Annex VI (Air pollution) • Safety Construction • Safety Equipment • Cargo Ship Safety Radio • International Tonnage 1969
Trials & Tests
Before delivery, the Builder shall arrange dock trials. Notice will be given two weeks before the scheduled commencement date. At that time, the Builder shall provide a list and a schedule of trials which will be updated day by day during the trials. Eventual program changes will be notified during course of the trials at least 18 hours before the new scheduled date. All official test and trials shall be documented.
Project Management & Logistics
A Project Manager will be involved by the yard as the primary interface with the Owner.
II Hull & Superstructure
HULL CONSTRUCTION Hull and decks are entirely built under Classification Society control and survey. The hull is divided in 6 watertight compartments designed according to Classification Society rules. The hull will have a partial double bottom with integral tanks for fuel, lubricant oil, fresh water and wastewater. The bow thruster is fitted in a separate watertight compartment. The structure consists in transversal and longitudinal stiffeners, such to achieve maximum strength and minimum weight. DOUBLE BOTTOM TANKS The sides and swash plates of the double bottom tanks are continuations of the longitudinal girders and transverse frames and are executed in such a way that the contents will run freely to the deepest point. The tanks are fully accessible through manholes and lightening holes in the internal swash plates. The manholes as well as all tank fittings and connections shall be readily accessible at all times. Tanks shall be fitted with ventilation pipes, connection for supply/return lines, sounding system and alarms (Grey waters, diesel oil overflow, sludge, bilge, black waters). The day tanks will have visual sounding system. All welds in water, grey and black tanks to be 100% on both sides of all stiffeners, baffles, longitudinals, t-bars etc. ENGINE FOUNDATIONS The main engines girders are continued in both the fore and aft direction, thus becoming an integral part of the girder system. The structural arrangements are laid out in a manner allowing good access for tools and hands to perform the necessary installation, maintenance and cleaning work. ENGINE ROOM FLAT & FLOORING Steel angle bar support for steel or aluminium flooring will be provided in Engine Room for engineer walking. Angle bars serving as a rim around floor perimeter. The floor is divided in easy removable sections to access the bilges and the equipments underneath. AFT COMPARTMENT The astern compartment accommodates the Owner’s tender and technical spaces for the power packs of the steering system, for the crane, for the hydraulic bathing platform etc, and a bathroom as described in the GA. The garage will be closed by an upward opening hinged door as described in GA. BATHING PLATFORM AND TRANSOM DOOR The transom door will be hydraulically operated and upward opening. When in the closed position, hydraulic securing pins will lock the door in position.  The bathing platform is to be teak decked with margin boards as per the Exterior Designer’s directions. SHAFT BRACKETS Shaft brackets are provided of "L" type. The shape and thickness keep in consideration the number of propeller blades and propeller revolutions to avoid structural resonance. Shaft brackets are constructed of steel and welded to the hull and skeg construction. Shaft brackets scantling will be in accordance with Class rules. SCUPPER BOXES Scupper boxes will be provided in number and position to assure complete water drainage and discharge from all weather decks. On the scupper box there will be a removable stainless steel screen to prevent debris from SUPER STRUCTURE CONSTRUCTION Superstructuers of the 1st tier aft of the wide body zone, and the upper zones, are made of aluminium alloys (AA). The structure is of longitudinal type, with longitudinal stiffeners spaced abt 300 mm for decks and 350 mm for the sides. Transversal frames are spaced identically to the hull. The thickness of the decks and superstructure side is 5 mm or 4 mm, with local thickness reinforcement in correspondence of deck openings (stairs etc). The internal division bulkheads have a thickness of 5 mm and vertical stiffeners spaced abt 300 mm. All the welding of AA superstructure will be performed using MIG process, according to the Classification Society requirements. The connection between the superstructure and the main deck will be obtained by a bimetallic joint of a type approved by the Classification Society. The houseside/deck plate joining are all to be double butt welded. The same bi-metallic joint is used to connect the steel to aluminium for all stiffeners, framing, deck beams, t-bars, webs, girders etc. Opening in superstructure stiffeners for pipe, duct and cable-ways will be properly reinforced by collars according to the Classification Society Rules. The collars shall be lined to prevent wear or damage to pipe & ducting insulation and wire & cable coverings. CASINGS Engine Room ventilation casings will be provided, properly reinforced and insulated to achieve the minimum noise transmission to the adjacent accommodations. STAIRCASES All staircases below the main deck shall be fully constructed of the same steel as the hull, for the purpose of safety and noise reduction. The staircases above the main deck will be of aluminium and welded integrally with the superstructure. External steps will be teak covered. Deck openings will be protected at sides with stainless steel hand railing on stainless steel stanchions, diameter of railing and stanchions 40 mm, intermediate rails 25 mm. Position and size as shown on General Arrangement. OUTFITTING RECESSES Into the superstructure suitable recessed boxes will be built, for: fire hydrants, life-rings with light-buoy and rope, deck washing-down plugs. MASTS Aluminium alloy main mast will be provided as shown on the External Profile. The main mast design will include platforms and other adequate supports for navigation and communication antennas and radomes, masthead wind unit, navigation, anchor and signaling lights etc. The definitive drawing including the positioning of all the communication, navigation and TV antennas and radomes will be approved by the electronics supplier and consultants. Mast and platforms to be fitted with the required number of flush access hatches for the servicing of equipment or the eventual passage of extra cables.
III Propulsion & Manoeuvering
GENERAL The Yacht is conceived as an extremely soft riding, seaworthy vessel. All machinery is selected and installed accordingly with elastic mounting of all rotating machinery where appropriate. Special care is taken in ordere to make the systems operate quietly, to achieve low noise levels. The layout and execution of the machinery, accessories and installations will be for shipboard use. MAIN ENGINES Two turbo charged after cooled four stroke diesel engines to be installed on flexible mountings. Engine Type: CATERPILLAR 3516B-HD DITA SCAC (series II) Power: C rating (max cont rating) 2000 kW (2682 HP) at 1600 rpm Each engine is elastic mounted on RD214 mounts (45 shore) in order to absorb vibrations. The main engines shall have an electronic controlled automatic synchronisation system. The design and installation of all piping relative to the main engines shall be in accordance to the engines manufacturer installation specifications. The engines will be equipped with all necessary manufacturer's supplied accessories, such as heat exchangers, sea-water pumps, duplex fuel filters, fuel injection pump. The jacket water piping system shall be fitted with a sediment filter with bypass to allow filter replacement whilst in operation. Electric starting system provided for main engines as per manufacturer recommendations and Class rules. Electronic engine controls, according to engine manufacturer. Local control in Engine Room, main station in wheelhouse, manoeuvring stations at the side wings (port and starboard). RUDDER AND STEERING GEAR Two balanced spade rudders are fitted. Rudder fin is made of steel, stock material is AISI 316L. Zinc anodes to be provided. Rudder stock diameter is in accordance to class requirements. Bearing material is Thordon XL or equivalent. Steering gear system maker OPEM Sistemi is fitted. Hydraulic power pack is provided with two electric pumps (one in stby) 3 kW each. Two hydraulic actuators synchronized by means of a steel rod transmit necessary torque to rudder stocks through tillers. Steering gear tillers are provided with mechanical stoppers limiting the rudder angle to 35° (stb and prt). Rudder angle indicators are provided in wheelhouse, wing stations and emergency steering position. The power pack is fitted in the aft technical spaces and supplies pressurised oil to the system; it consists in two electric pumps and an oil tank equipped with filters, solenoid valves, relief valve, oil pressure and level gauges and a tank low level alarm. The power pack tank is divided into two sections, each section supplying a separate pump. There are shut off valves to isolate either pump for maintenance. All valves are installed on a well organised, neatly piped, manifold. Each valve shall be accurately marked. The piping from power pack to cylinders shall be suitably supported and mounted in a straight and uniform manner. All flexible hose lengths shall be double braided, rubber jacketed stainless steel Aeroquip or similar. The hoses shall be laid & mounted in a straight & uniform manner. Emergency steering system consists in a hydraulic manual pump fitted in the aft garage. Nearby emergency steering position a gyro repeater, intercom and magnetophone shall be installed (see relevant chapters). Piping and hose to the emergency steering system will be independent of the normal working system, isolated with three way valves directly connected to each steering actuator BOW THRUSTER Bow thruster ABT TRAC maker, electric driven by abt. 110 kW motor, two propellers, tunnel diameter abt 800mm. The bow thruster will be fed directly by the main electrical switchboard. Bow thruster controls will allow operating thrust direction and revolutions from wheelhouse and wing stations. Hull at bow thruster tunnel insertion shall be properly faired to minimize drag and proper guard grid shall protect thruster’s propellers. The bow thruster compartment is a watertight space with a watertight access hatch from lower deck crew area. It will be fitted with ventilation. The ventilation ducting shall have a shut off valve on both the supply and return easily accessible where it exits the compartment. All electrical cables passing through the compartment shall pass through suitable watertight fittings. The compartment shall be fitted with lighting, bilge alarm and suction. There shall be a removable access ladder inside the compartment to facilitate access. STABILIZERS A pair of non-retractable fin stabilizers is installed, maker Vosper-Naiad, with anchor and under-way stabilizing capability. Fins dimension is 3.49 m2, actuator model 620. Two electrically driven indipendent hydraulic pumps will be fitted on a power pack located in a dedicated compartment of the under-lower deck forward of the Engine Room. Each pump can operate the system at full performance under way, while both pumps work sequentially when stabilizing at anchor. Hydraulic power pack is cooled by two cooling pumps, one in service the other standby. Stabilizers actuators are fitted in watertight compartments accessible from under-lower deck tunnel. The watertight compartment will have watertight hatch for access and inspection. The compartment shall be fitted with lighting, bilge suction and level alarm. All electrical wiring into the compartment shall pass through suitable fittings.
IV Piping Systems & Related Machinery
BILGE SYSTEM Watertight compartments (except forward of collision bkd) have dedicated bilge suction and lines leading to the engine room central manifold and connected to it through electrically actuated valves. The manifold is served by an electric self-priming pump (G&R ACM 651BT or equivalent) in parallel with the main fire pump. Each bilge well is fitted with dedicated bilge alarm. Aft lazarette is provided with 4 indipendent bilge suctions leading to an intermediate manifold connected to the engine room main manifold. In addition independent bilge system is provided by mean of dedicated bilge pump. Bosun store and chain locker bilge suctions are connected to dedicated electric pump (G&R CP40S or equivalent) and to emergency manual pump. One emergency bilge (and fire) electric self-priming pump is fitted outside of Engine Room in the sprinkler compartment G&R ACM 651BT or equivalent). This pump will be supplied by the Emergency Diesel Generator through the Emergency Switchboard. Pumps will be fitted with vacuum/pressure gauges as per system drawing. Emergency bilge suction for Engine Room through main engines is provided. A bilge water separator is also fitted in engine room, in compliance with applicable MARPOL regulations, type DVZ-150 FSU. The unit will be completed with bilge oil content alarm monitor. The separator will take oily water from bilge tank and after separation, clean water is discharged over board and residuals are sent to the sludge tank. Sludge tank can be discharged by dedicated pump (G&R CP32 or equivalent) through international shore connection as per applicable MARPOL regulations. All bilge suctions will be fitted with a foot valve and strainer. Bilge system piping shall be CuNi 90/10, valves material bronze. FIRE SYSTEM The system is driven by a main fire pump (G&R ACM 651BT or equivalent) in parallel with the main bilge pump. The main pump is installed in engine room and is connected to the fire main manifold; proper valve as per regulation is provided in order to isolate engine room fire main manifold section. The emergency fire (and bilge) pump has dedicated sea chest and it is supplied by the Emergency Diesel Generator through emergency switchboard. Pumps will be fitted with vacuum/pressure gauges as per system drawing. International flanged connection is to be provided. Fire main manifold will suplly water to fire hydrants onboard as per regulation; the following hydrants will be installed: BALLAST SYSTEM The ballast system serves the fore peak tank (bulb). Suction from tank is made by the bosun store bilge pumps (see.IV.1), while delivery is connected to the fire system with appropriate isolation valve. Ballast pipes in CuNi 90/10. Valves in bronze or stainless steel. Fore peak tank can also be used as fresh water reserve tank for the pool. Appropriate system for pool filling and emptying is provided. FUEL FILLING, TRANSFER, SERVICE AND OVERFLOW SYSTEM The transfer and filling system includes the low-pressure piping required for filling the tanks and for the transfer of fuel from one storage tank to the day service tanks for immediate use or another storage tank when necessary for trimming the ship. Two hidden filling stations (on the main deck port and starboard) with DN 65 piping will be built with drains and hard connection quick release fittings for quicker fuelling. Gravity filling pipes lead to the transfer main valve box manifold. Frome the main valve box manifold it is possible to deliver to or to suct from each fuel tank by mean of the transfer pumps. Two electrical pumps (G&R ACM 401BT) and one manual pump are provided. The diesel oil carried in the storage tanks can also be transferred through a centrifugal purifier to the day service tanks or to another storage tank or returned to the same tank (Make: Alpha Laval). From the day service tank crossover pipe, fuel is deliverd to the engines and generators through appropriate filters. Diesel tender fuelling system supplied by the day-tanks will be fitted in the tender garage. A line for filling the emergency diesel generator dedicated tank is provided. Each diesel oil storage tank is connected to the overflow pipe which leads to the overflow tank. Service tanks have dedicated overflow pipes to the overflow tank. From the overflow tank it is possible then to suct fuel by mean of the transfer pumps. Fuel system piping is carbon steel ASTM 106 grade B, valves material steel. MAIN ENGINES EXHAUST SYSTEM Main engines exhaust gas is discharged overboard through appropriate silencers. Connection between engine and silencer and between silencer and following exhaust line is done by mean of flanged compensators in order to absorb thermal elongations of the line. Before to be discharged overboard, exhaust gas is water cooled into an appropriate stainless steel cooling chamber. Then it flows below the waterline into a submersed exhaust chamber and into a bypass exhaust slightly above the waterline. Since submersed exhaust will work mostly at high speeds the bypass exhaust is provided for the low rpm cruising speeds. An electrically actuated valve is installed for the purpose of closing the bypass exhaust. As per Class requirement a manual valve is installed on the main exhaust underwater branch. The support of the main engine exhaust system shall be elastic. Connection of cooling water pipes is done with flexible hoses. All hot exhaust gas piping shall be appropriately insulated. The system will be designed in order to mantain back-pressures within the limit noted by the main engine manufacturer. Dry exhaust piping material is carbon steel. DIESEL GENERATORS EXHAUST SYSTEM The generators exhaust lines are fitted with silencers, watermisting devices (raisers) in stainless steel, water lifts and water separator boxes, then exhaust gas and cooling water are separately discharged overboard FRESH WATER SYSTEM Fresh water storage tanks can be filled through the filling station on main deck aft. On the filling station line a chlorinization device is installed. A watermaker with dedicated seachest is also installed (Type IDROMAR MC8 duplex, 15000 lt/day) with delivery line to fresh water storage tanks. Two pumps with electronic control of pressure head and flow, 380 V, 50 Hz (G&R ACM402BT or equivalent), deliver cold water to the system, through ultra-violet filter. Also a direct pressure plug connection from ashore is provided. The hot water system is based on a recirculating principle (two blowers WILO Z30 TOP are provided). Hot water cecirculating ring pipe rise till below upper deck in proximity of the upper deck users. 4 Boilers 250 litres (6+6 kW) each are provided. Cold and hot water lines will be executed outside of the engine room with polypropylene or C-PVC or equivalent. Piping in engine room will be in stainless steel.  A cold water washdown system, connected with the main fresh water system, will be supplied. The following plug will be provided: • Three on main deck (aft portside, starboard nearby side ladder, forward on forecastle) • Two on upper deck (forward, aft) • One on sun deck • One in tender garage • One in Engine Room Additionally hot and cold water facility is provided for the swimming platform. SEWAGE AND SANITARY SYSTEM A Jets or similar vacuum toilet system will be fitted. Toilets will discharge directly into the vacuum main manifold, while grey waters will be collected before by jets collecting tanks. The vacuum system will be maintained by two independent vacuum pumps (type Vacuumarator Jets), delivering to the black water tank. Also grey water tank is provided for collecting waste water from washing machines and galley discharges with dedicated pump for discharge. Galley will discharge through macerator and grease trap. A sewage treatment system by Hamann (capacity 24 m3/day) is provided. Shore discharge is provided by same Jets pumps through international flange. Piping will be in Geberit or equivalent in the accommodation areas. Stainless steel will be used in the engine room. FIXED FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM A fixed fire extinguishing system is installed in order to fulfil regulation in matter of protection of both accomodation spaces and Engine Room. System is of High-Pressure Water-Fog sprinkler type (maker Ultrafog or equivalent). Accomodation spaces protection system is divided in four sections (typical) and includes a suitable nuber of glass bulb activated nozzles (system starts automatically if bulb temperature raises above 57°C). Also galley hood is protected by the same system Total flooding for protection of machinery space is provided by suitable number of open head nozzles and bilge nozzles. Bilge nozzles will blow a mixture of foam and water. Also aft lazarette is protected with open nozzles on a separate dedicated section. Each section can be manually activated by means of push buttons in fire station, wheelhouse and another suitable position (i.e. crew mess).
V Electrical System & Electronics
GENERAL The vessel electrical system will be designed according to the selected Classification Society Rules for Charter Yachts, and it shall also comply with the following standards or equivalent national ones, even if not limited to them: IEC Publications 60092 – Electrical Installations on Ships IEC Publication 363 – Short Circuit Currents Evaluation IEC Publications 439 – Low Voltage Switch Gear and Control Gear Assemblies IEE Regulations for the Electrical and Electronic Equipment of Ships (sixth editions with related amendments ) In particular all the above mentioned Rules apply to the components of electrical installations for services essential to the propulsion, steering and safety of the yacht and services for habitability. The design, construction and installation of all electrical equipment will be suitable for marine service conditions. The electrical power distribution on board will be 400 V, threee phases, 50 Hz, distribuited by a 4 wires system with insulated neutral, to allow the single phase 230 V, 50 Hz, equipments to work using one phase and the neutral. 24Vdc users will be fed by suitable 230V/24V converters or dedicated service battery banks. A main switchboard, designed with a split bus system with bus-tie automatic circuit breaker, and which is fed by the main generators and/or by the shore supply (below described in details), will supply all the main services, via individual automatic circuit breakers, while all the minor users will be fed by suitable sub-distribution switchboards and panels, also equipped with automatic circuit breakers, and connected to the main switchgear. The yacht power generation and distribution will be managed by a proper Power Management system (PMS) All automatic circuit breakers protecting the single electrical services, sub distribution panels and final users will be chosen in compliance with relevant Class requirements and following short-circuit calculations. All electrical devices, and their connection/junction boxes, will be installed in easily reachable positions for maintenance purpose and duly protected against any electrical, electrostatic and mechanical possible damages, as well as against contact with water, oil, fuel or heat sources. All the electrical devices exposed to weather will be watertight type, with a protection degree at least IP65, or higher according to the place of installation. All cable penetrations through bulkheads or decks will comply at least with their watertighteness and/or fire division requirements. All the metal enclosures containing electrical equipments will be duly connected to ground. All equipment cover plates will have high quality labelling that clearly identifies the purpose of the corresponding device. ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION The electrical system will be fed by three main diesel generators type CAT C9 DITA, 150 kW (188 kVA) 400 V 50 Hz, capable of running continuously in parallel operation. The main generators will feed the two 400V, 50HZ,3ph+neutral bus-bars of the main switchgear. The parallel operation of the generators can be performed both manually and automatically, with automatic active and reactive load sharing. A shore power converter, with rated power 100kW (0,8 p.f.) at 400V,50HZ, 3phase + neutral will be provided. The shore power converter will consist of one or more modules, capable to be fed at a voltage in the range from 170V to 520Vac, 40/70HZ, 3phase, and with the above said output, acting in this way also as galvanic insulator from the ashore electrical system; the output shore supply cables will feed one of the two bus-bars sections of the main switchgear, via an automatic circuit breaker, with seamless operation in respect of the main In case of failure of the PMS, or by operator choice, a manual management of the three generators start/stop, connection to the net and parallel operation will be anyway possible. A 24Vdc system will also be installed. The system will be supplied by suitable 400Vac/24Vdc converters or by Gel type battery banks, kept in charge by steady state battery chargers with automatic voltage and current controls. For the 12Vdc users, when necessary, individual 24Vdc/12Vdc converters of proper power will be installed. EMERGENCY SOURCE OF POWER The emergency source of power is supplied by a 68KW (abt) Emergency Diesel Generator (E/G). The emergency generator will start automatically (within the time limits set by the applicable Rules) as a black-out occurs and will automatically connect to the emergency switchgear, which in normal operation is connected to the main one. The emergency switchgear services will be those clearly stated by the Rules, and anyway will be at least the following: Emergency bilge/fire pump Water mist fire fighting system Emergency/service batteries 24Vdc distribution system power converter Engine room fire fighting system During the transition between black-out and E/G starting, transitional power for emergency lighting will be supplied by dedicated battery packs. YACHT MONITORING SYSTEM An YMS system, consisting of a dedicated automation processor, and a set of 3 interfaces, are installed on the vessel. The purpose of the YMS is that of monitoring the entire vessel, in a simple and streamlined way, giving to the crew in charge all the essential information for an efficient and safe ship management. All the equipment used for the YMS system will be manufactured by first class Makers. The visual control of the different functions will be done through 3 dedicated 15” LCD displays, from where all the operations allowed by the software can be performed. Control screen locations will be as follows: • Wheelhouse • Engine control room • Crew mess (or alternative location) The monitors will give both acoustic and luminous warning of all the individual alarm that could occur (according to the approved functions list), but only the acoustic alarm can be stopped, while the flashing signalisations of critical alarms can only be acknowledged and converted to steady light. The turning off of the alarm requires the reset of the fault condition by the crew in charge. The list of the standard functions integrated into the YMS system is the following: Watretight and weathertight doors and hatches, monitorin and alarms, Bilge alarms, Navigation lights, monitoring and alarms, Tanks, level monitoring and alarms, Generators, monitoring and alarms, Main Engines alarms Steering system fault Power Management System, monitoring of loads and control of power sources (diesel generators and shore power converter) LIGHTING SYSTEM GENERAL The lighting system will be designed to give a high quality lighting level, as required by the class of the vessel. In principle four areas will be distinguished for number, type and features of the lighting system: • Guest accommodation (VIP and guest cabins, salons, Owner’s cabin, lobbies, stairs, dayheads, wheelhouse) • Crew quarters (Captain and crew cabins, galley and pantries, crew lounge, laundry) • Exteriors • Machinery and technical spaces (E/R, garage, technical rooms, bosun store etc) During the normal operation the power supply of the lighting system shall be done at 220Vac,50Hz, locally stepped down to 12/24Vdc where required. In all areas a suitable number of lights shall work in emergency conditions: the emergency lighting system shall be fed from the emergency switchgear, as previously described. The choice of the lighting fixtures, control switches, dimmers and sockets to be done according to the Interior Designer specification, and within, but not limited to, the specified allowances. Anyway the lighting fixtures will be selected in such a way that the internal wiring location temperatures do not exceed the temperature rating of the cable. ELECTRONICS GENERAL The vessel shall be fitted with the following: Navigation equipments, • GMDSS communication antenna and equipments • An automatic telephone system • An interphone system • A magnetic telephone system, • A closed circuit TV system • A service bell system • A data network system. The systems will be chosen, designed and installed in conformity to the following criteria: • Compliance with applicable Class and/or Flag requirements • Within the allowances set for each system (see following chapters) • After approval of the system suppliers • In compliance, where applicable, with relevant Interior Designer drawings • In consultation and in agreement with Owner’s Representatives. The layout of the wheelhouse will account for separation of the piloting and charting area from the radio communication area, for the maximum efficiency of the different operations when the yacht is underway. The wheelhouse arrangement will incorporate modular integrated consoles with the following advantages : rational splitting of he various functions; ergonomic operations; collection of navigation and communication equipment in dedicated areas; easy maintenance and better access to segregated or built-in functions; easy replacement or intervention on the power supply on the antennas interfaces, or on fuses and other protections. The joinery work and decor design of the wheelhouse will incorporate the various equipments and it will conform to ergonomic design criteria.The location, the accessibility of control panels and switchboards, and the visibility of displays, will be carefully evaluated. In general the following further criteria will be adopted: Most equipment, and mainly those playing a major role in the ship’s reliability and safety, will have an emergency power supply and will be served by suitable UPS (Uninterrupted Powering Systems); The internal lighting will be designed to allow good visibility of the equipment and charting table, avoiding reflection on front windows at night; The antenna cables and wires will be laid on separate railings, in order to avoid ,or anyway limit, magnetic interferences; proper filters will be installed in case that interferences with the power distribution system will be found. NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT An allowance of Euros 180.000,00 is set aside, but not limited to, for navigation instrument supply and installation. The final equipment listing and installation is to be previously approved by the Owners Representative and chosen at a later date. The concept is that of getting a large integration of information to be addressed both to the screens of a Safe Navigator System and to the radars displays. As reference the following equipment have been foreseen to be installed on board : Radar n° 1, consisting of Furuno XN-12AF antenna unit, Furuno RPU-013 Processor unit Furuno RCU-014 control unit Furuno ARPA board 19” monitor unit, Interfaces with NMEA distr., Speedlog, AIS, Gyrocompass, avigation PC (Transas)   Radar n° 2, consisting of: Furuno XN-12AF antenna unit, Furuno RPU-013 Processor unit Furuno RCU-014 control unit Furuno ARPA board 19” monitor unit, Interfaces with NMEA distr., Speedlog, AIS, Gyrocompass, avigation PC (Transas)   Gyrocompass system, consisting of: Simrad GC85 gyrocompass, Simrad GC85 Control Unit, 1 Gyro repeater in wheelhouse 1 digital display in Emergency Steering Gear Interfaces with NMEA distr., with autopilot and radars Connection to UPS   Autopilot system, consisting of: Robertson J50 processor Unit, interfaced with NMEA distr. gyrocompass and steering system Robertson AP 50 Control Unit Robertson RF35 Flux gate in wheelhouse 2 x Robertson FU50 follow-ups on the wing stations   GPS system n° 1, consisting of: Furuno antenna unit Furuno GP-150 display unit Interafces with NMEA distr. systems   GPS system n° 2, consisting of: Furuno antenna unit Furuno GP-150 display unit Interafces with NMEA distr. systems Furuno MD-550 NMEA Buffer   Transas system, consisting of: Navigation PC with Navichart 3000 ECS Trackball and cordless keyboard 19” monitor unit   Transas Naviconning system, consisting of: Naviagtion PC with naviconning 3000 Trackball,cordless keyboard and 19” monitor unit in wheelhouse   AIS system, consisting of: Furuno GPS and VHF antenna Furuno FA-150 display unit Furuno FA-150 transponder unit Echosounder system FE-700, co nsisting of: Furuno FE-701 control unit Furuno FE-502 distribution box, with interfaces with NMEA distr. Furuno 50/200 kHz transduces at hull   Speedlog system, consisting of: Furuno DS800 control and display unit Furuno DS 801 terminal board, with interfaces to radar system, gyro, NMEA distr., AIS   Ewather station, consisting of: Furuno PB-150 weather station Digital display RD 30 multidata   The navigation system shall be also provided of a VGA converter, with input from navichart PC and output to AV equipments, to show the nav. data on the entertainment system. COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT An allowance of Euros 100.000,00 is set aside, but not limited to, for communication instrument supply and installation; the final equipment listing and installation is to be previously approved by the Owners Representative and chosen at a later date. GMDSS rules shall be used as a guidance for the communication system installation. Spare coaxial cables and regular electrical cables shall be installed in order to allow a future easy GMDSS system upgrade. Here below the equipment to be installed are listed: VHF system n°1, consisting of: 1 Banten DC/MLL VHF antenna RX 1 Banten DC/MLL VHF antenna TX/RX Furuno FM8800 control unit   VHF system n°2, consisting of: 1 Banten DC/MLL VHF antenna RX 1 Banten DC/MLL VHF antenna TX/RX Furuno FM8800 control unit   VHF system n°3, consisting of: 1 Banten DC/MLL VHF antenna Icom ICM421 control unit   SSB system, consisting of: Banten AT7 antenna Banten AT7 load antenna RTX, with furuno antenna tuner Furuno FS 1570 T transceiver unit Furuno FS1570T control unit External loudspeaker   Navtex system, consisting of: Furuno NX-7H antenna Furuno NX-7001 receiver unit Furuno NX-700 display unit   Inmarsat C n° 1 system, consisting of: Furuno Felcom 15 antenna Furuno Felcom 15 control unit Furuno Felcom 15 printer unit 1 distress alarm unit 1 distress alert control unit 2 x SSAS IC-307 alert unit (one in Captain’s cabin)   Inmarsat C n° 1 system, consisting of: Furuno Felcom 15 antenna Furuno Felcom 15 control unit Furuno Felcom 15 printer unit 1 distress alarm unit 1 distress alert control unit   Safety system consisting of 2 handheld VHF GMDSS radio 1 EPIRB 1 SART   The wingstations, the crew mess and the Captain’s cabin shall be fitted with digital data repeaters Further to the above mentioned equipments, and included in the above mentioned allowance, a VSAT Seatel 4006 antenna will be supplied and installed for satellite internet communications. AUTOMATIC TELEPHONES SYSTEM (PABX) A PANASONIC automatic telephone system will be installed on the vessel, covering both cabins and public spaces. The system will consist of the following: PABX exchange, Panasonic KX-TDA30NE, with up to 52 internal extensions and following features: • Possibility to establish Incoming Call Distribution Groups • Possibilty to forward your calls to a voice processing system and let calling parties leave messages in your mailbox • Support for optional portable stations • Record of print out call information: date, time, extension etc... 1 digital telephone unit for each cabin and public space, (type KX-DT321SP for reference) An allowance of Euros 10.000,00 is set aside, but not limited to, for the telephone system supply and installation. ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM An allowance of Euros 350.000,00 is set aside, but not limited to, for entertainment system engineering, equipment and cabling supply and installation, crew explanation, travel expenses, programming and commissioning. The final equipment listing and installation is to be previously approved by the Owners Representative and be decided at a later stage. As guidance it is given, here below, a preliminary description of entertainment system: The system will be of a centralized antenna type, with satellite receiving by a SeaTel 4004 antenna and terrestrial receiving by a Naval MK20 antenna The system shall be fitted with a central server for audio/video-on demand, with capacity abt 4 Tbyte, with 25 audio and 8 video streams running, and A/V players in main deck and upper deck salons, Owner’s stateroom and VIP and guest cabins. The salons and the Owner’s stateroom will be fitted with a complete 5+1 home theatre audio system, with docking station for I-pod, Blue-Ray player (one region). In these three zones, 60” LCD tv are foreseen. The VIP cabins shall be fitted with a complete 3+1 home theatre system, docking station for I-Pod, Blue-Ray player The Guest cabins shall be fitted with a complete 2+1 home theatre system, docking station for I-Pod, Blue-Ray player All Owner’s, VIP and guest cabin bathrooms shall be fitted with stereo speakers. The Crew lounge and Captain’s Cabin are fitted with a complete stereo audio system, docking station for I-Pod, Blue-Ray player The Crew cabins and wheelhouse shall be fitted with a complete stereo audio system, docking station for I-Pod, CD player The main and upper deck cockpits will be fitted with a stereo audio system playing the same music of the corresponding salons. The audio sources shall be the music played in the salon, the audio-on-demand and, upon request, a “party” mode (same music playing in external areas and salons) The fly deck area shall be fitted with stereo system playing same music but with adjustable volume. Audi sources shall be the Party mode, I-pod dock station and audio-on-demand The television monitors shall be chosen in compliance with the following criteria: Compliance with the above mentioned allowance Best technology for contrast and colour ranges Diagonal dimension in compliance with priciples of ergonomy and good practice, with reference to the shape, layout and dimension of the zone to be installed in, Aesthetic and design as far as mounted in a non-recessed mode, otherwise in function of the thickness MAIN ENGINES AND STEERING CONTROLS Control stations will be in the wheelhouse and bridge wings. As guide line the following controls will be fitted into each control station: WHEELHOUSE MAIN STATION Steering wheel and joy stick steering lever Bow thruster control lever (speed and direction) Air horn control Main engines throttles, electronically controlled and connected to the bridge wings controls Main engines monitoring panels, with instrumentation recommended by the Manufacturer Command transfer/receive to/from the bridge wings Engines emergency stop push button Safety remote stops main panel Rudder angle indicator Shafts rotation indicators and main engines r.p.m. Main generators remote control panel Communication systems as stated in relevant chapter As previously stated some indications and control functions will be concentrated into the touch screen displays of the YMS system. SIDE WINGS CONTROLS Bow thruster control lever (speed and direction) Air horn control push button Main engines throttles, electronically controlled and connected to the main controls of position 1 (the wing stations shall accommodate the throttles without keeping them folded down when not in use) Rudder tiller Engines emergency stop push button Rudder angle indicator Shafts rotation indicators Main engines r.p.m. indicators Wind speed and direction Communication systems as stated in relevant chapter
IV Outfitting
TEAK DECKS COVERING Exterior decks to be planked with best grade of teak, of 12 mm finished thickness staves. The staves arrangement is carried out making the levelling of decks, tween-decks and platform with auto-levelling compound. Subsequent laying of marine plywood sheets type Okoumè of 8/10. Gluing of staves in teak on the plywood floor. Sealing of seams with black rubber. They shall have a width of 3-4 mm and a depth of 8 mm. This layout ensures the maximum stability of staves to temperature variations, and the best watertight. All the external stairways will have the steps covered with teak to the full width from wall to wall & forward to the riser TENDER GARAGES A garage will be arranged on the stern, to store one main tender (6.5 m L x 1.1m H x 2.2m W, max weight 2500 Kg), Shipyard supply. RESCUE BOAT Further to main tender, an emergency rescue boat (Yard Supply) to class rules stored on the bow deck, will be fitted with necessary crane. JET SKY Two jet skis, at shipyard’s charge, will be supplied, to be stored in a suitable position. TENDER CRANE AND DAVIT Electric/hydraulic, heavy duty, double armed boat crane to allow the safe operations of a tender with a full diesel oil tank. The tender crane has a total safe working load of 1250 kg per arm, and a single arm use safe working load of 400 kg. The crane will be installed overhead in the compartment and will be equipped with all the necessary fittings to allow launching and hauling the tenders through the yacht's stern door. The fore SOLAS rescue boat crane must have the capabilities to travel fore and aft, port and starboard. Both ends of the fore crane shall be fitted with waterproof lamps. The lifting cable of the fore crane shall be a stainless steel cable and there shall be a lead filled stainless steel weight attached to the end of the cable. SWL to be 1200 kg. SWIMMING PLATFORM ARRANGEMENT It will be covered with teak planks 12 mm thick. The platform will have two bollards to secure the tender when floating. Stairs to both sides will guarantee the access to the platform from the main deck. A hydraulically operated bathing platform will be fitted in central position, so that in open position 3 steps will lead to the platform, while in closed position its upper side will be flush to the surrounding fixed bathing platform.
VII Noise & Vibration
GENERAL The final acoustic vessel performance is taken under primary consideration during all the design/cronstuction stages. Shipyard best experiences will be adopted with regard to sound insulation and every effort for further improvement will be spent. If any suggestion from Owner’s side will be presented, it will be evaluated in terms of feasibility and costs with regard to the final consequent positive result ENGINE ROOM AND MACHINERY State-of-the-art techniques will be applied throughout the vessel to achieve the acoustic requirements utilising minimum weight material. All pumps, generators, ventilation blowers, compressors, air conditioning units, hydraulic power pack and other noise emitting machinery will be elastically mounted as appropriate to isolate their characteristic structure-borne noise. For such mountings, the vessel's foundations will be of suitable stiffness to achieve greatest effectiveness. Isolation mounts shall be effective down to the lowest excitation frequency at which a machine is likely to produce disturbing noise or vibration. Rubber elements shall be oil and seawater resistant. Pipe connections to elastic mounted equipment shall be flexible to a degree matching that of the mounts. As much as possible, rubber flex hose shall have a length equal to or greater than four pipe diameters of rubber flex hose in an unsupported span between the connected Diesel engine exhaust supports require special design, due to their high structureborne noise levels. Soft elastic mountings are required, on the entire system. The design of the exhaust suspension system can be submitted upon request to the owner's vibration consultant. Electric cables, connecting elastic mounted equipment shall have sufficient slack to accommodate the motion of the machinery on the mounts, without transmitting vibration along the cable, into the structure. In certain instances, elastic isolation of cable clamps may be required. Pillars in the machinery spaces may havevibration isolating attachments at their ends. Pumps will where possible be selected for quiet operation. Gear pumps will be avoided where possible, and centrifugal or helical screw pumps used. Hydraulic pumps will be selected for low noise, when there are options. Attention to this point will be given in the selection of the stabilizing system. Acoustic insulation materials will be selected to achieve the acoustic limits. If foam materials are used they must be lightweight and highly fire resistant and non smoke and toxic fume emitting - such as polyamide foam of 10 kg/m3 density. Mass layers will be of lead or mass impregnated plastic. Provision will be made for vibration-damping treatments for the engine room ceiling and forward bulkhead.
VIII Air Conditioning & E.R. Ventilation
AIR CONDITIONING DESIGN The yacht will be air-conditioned with individual temperature control in all accommodation spaces and with air changes provided by treated air from the atmosphere. The system will be based on circulated chilled water from several chillers located in the engine room or in the garage. The internal air change is provided by a suitable number of UTA and extractors. The system will be designed and built based on the yard previous experience with similar vessels.
IX Interior
GENERAL INTENT The Interior Designer (to be defined) shall be selected appointed and remunerated according Contract. The drawings, plans and specifications will be supplied to the yard, with a schedule to be agreed between Owner and Builder. Any upgrading of the present specification contained in the Interior Designer's  specification and drawings shall be quoted accordingly. Any delay after the above dates will result in corresponding delay of the agreed delivery date of the yacht. The accommodation layout will be according to the General Arrangement (G. A.) drawing, which will be part of the building specification. All decor materials, loose furniture, fittings, accessories, hardware etc. will be selected from the Interior Designer appointed by the Owner. Any upgrading or modification to the General Arrangement included in the Interior Designer specification and drawings will be quoted accordingly. Antique pieces of furniture, paintings and art-works shall be Owner's supplies. Particular care will be taken in the design, construction and installation of the furniture for the maximum weight saving, although in respect of the noise and vibrations reduction needs. The installation and the fasteners should avoid any cause of noise and should be of anti corrosive material (stainless steel, brass or bronze). Furniture and appliances must be secured to the vessel structures to remain fixed in case of rough sea. Appliances, TV & stereo equipment, air conditioning and ventilation equipment, light fittings, alarm and fire detection sensors, electrical panels, fixtures and fittings in general shall be integrated in the interiors design. Structural and engineering drawings will be supplied to the Interior Designer who shall strictly follow the Yard Technical Dept. instructions within the strict limits of the contractual General Arrangement. The method of securing the appliances shall be reviewed and approved by the owner's representative prior to installation. The internal finishes are to be of the highest marine quality whilst providing durable surfaces and easily preserved. They shall provide luxurious environment to the Owner as well as his Guest. The finishes shall nevertheless be also functional as far as this can be brought in accordance with the luxury requirement.  
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.