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2000 147 (ft.) TRIDENT Tri-Deck Motor Yacht

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General Information

Listing# 125897

Ft. Lauderdale, FL, United States
Boat Type
Model Year
Motor Yachts
Sergio Cutolo
Tri-Deck Motor Yacht
147 (ft.)
Hull Material
Fuel Type
Engine Model
Number of Engines
Engine Type

General Details

Refit in 2011 under the direction of Claudette Bonville Associates, Inc. The boat now evokes a fresh, contemporary feel starting with the exterior.  Not only were all the built in seating areas reupholstered, all loose furniture was replaced and a new hot tub now sits under the mast adjacent to the exterior shower.  The flybridge lends itself to worship the sun with a huge sun pad, and lots of oversized throw pillows for ultimate comfort.

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2012 Refit
New zincs and Bottom Paint January 2012
Interior Refit May 2011
M/Y EASY recently went through a refit under the direction of Claudette Bonville Associates, Inc. The boat now evokes a fresh, contemporary feel starting with the exterior.  Not only were all the built in seating areas reupholstered, all loose furniture was replaced and a new hot tub now sits under the mast adjacent to the exterior shower.  The flybridge lends itself to worship the sun with a huge sun pad, and lots of oversized throw pillows for ultimate comfort.  The elegant embroidered fluffy beach towels add to the elegance.   The interior woodwork was brought back to its original luster and looks as if it was just installed.  Extensive changes were made to update the millwork look, starting with the replacement of the entry doors throughout.  New doors now include an understated inlay of maple burl.   Hard surface floors were modified or changed.  Now, only elegant botticino marble tile is in the main deck entrance/companion way, Brazilian mahogany was installed in the lower guest foyer floor as was white Thasos marble in the master head area.  Queen cabin guest head vanities were replaced with slabs of beautiful blue quarts stone.  Remaining marble tops, vanities and floors throughout the boat were re- grouted, polished, sealed and returned to bright, shiny surfaces.   Just about every material was changed and replaced on the boat throughout the guest areas, entertainment areas, galley, as well as the crew’s quarters.  Materials chosen are thick carpets, textural sofa fabrics, buttery leathers and unique designer fabrics adding just the right amount of color within the calm, comfortable entertainment areas.     Every entertainment area features new motorized window treatments, repainted overhead panels, new overhead fabrics and all wall panels were either changed to contemporary linens or marine friendly leather like materials. New mattresses, furnishings and other features of the boat were also replaced.   The aft entrance of the main salon includes a round dining table for 10, flanked by soft hued, blue walls that seem to bring the outside sky and ocean into the space.  Two magnificent 5’ contemporary pieces of art complete the space.  Moving forward into the main saloon guest will enjoy a bar with a new front face, surrounded by five sleek vanilla color leather bar stools.  New appliances were added to enhance this service area.    Day heads on main deck and the 01 deck, feature new fixtures, new toilet (main), new wall coverings, window treatments, overheads and accessories.  Stone floors and counter tops have been polished and new accessories added for a whole new look.   Interior colors on floors, walls, ceilings and larger furniture pieces were selected in various textures in  shades of off-whites so the contemporary art work placed throughout the interior could pop in dramatic color where needed.  The effect is sleek, fresh and very up to date.  Guests will enjoy gallery quality art and sculpture throughout the yachts interior, most of which were commissioned for the project.    The forward space is a dining room that seats 10 people comfortably. Again, all materials are new and the furniture selected for this space is a custom made dining table made of polished stainless steel and a thick glass top that seems to float in the room.  Softening the dining area are magenta velvet covered Italian chairs and unique coordinating velvet upholstered oversized seats at both ends.  A Swarovski covered pillow adds unexpected elegance.   Art work in this space is a commissioned piece that is over 7’ wide.   Servicing the dining area and all other services, the galley has been updated with new overhead, new cabinet panels and repairs that have added to the function and aesthetics of this full service galley.    Going down to the crew area, a new settee in their commissary as well as new overheads, carpets, wall coverings and beddings have freshened this crew space completely.   To add to guest’s dining experience, new silver banded Wedgewood china, crystal and flatware have been brought on board.  A multitude of unique and elegant placemats, napkins, napkin rings and other table linens were selected to coordinate with all dining areas on the boat not only in the formal dining room and main saloon dining area, but all exterior dining experiences as well.   En suite guest cabins have been refurbished with new overheads, reupholstered linen wall panels, window treatments, TV surrounds featuring baseball stitched ultra leather, commissioned art work and contemporary lighting.  All beds are outfitted in the most luxurious down duvets, pillows and embroidered 700 thread count sheets.  During the day, beds are dressed in spa style decorative bedding with banding individually colored to coordinate differently in each cabin.  Heads were updated with new overheads, mirrors, wall panels and in some cases, new marble vanities.  To complete the comfort of the guest, new bath accessories, fluffy robes and bath linens were added.   The master cabin is a respite featuring large his and her en suite heads on each side of a central, oversized shower.  A bench seated shower includes full body sprays for an ultimate, spa-like experience. The highly polished stone is a rare Lapis Lazuli marble that is enhanced by a new white Thasos marble floor.  The master stateroom features both port and starboard desk areas that can be used either as a vanity dressing area or a perfect place to keep individual lap tops.  Two comfortable chairs sit in front of these desks.  Finishing off new carpets, window treatments, wall upholstery, bed linens, bath linens, accessories and custom art work is the custom made, formal bedding using European fabrics to complete the design.   On the 01 deck, the pilot house has the comfort of a newly upholstered settee, covered in buttery black leather and two helm chairs in leather ostrich skin embossed leather.  New overheads and doors complete the space.   Last, but not least is the sky lounge.  This space is the ultimate entertainment area spilling out to an exterior deck that features a new sun shade under which sits a large teak table and new dining chairs for 10, adding yet another dining experience to the boat.  The sky lounge also features a full service bar and new, pull-up bar stools.  In front of large seating areas that run all along the port side and are newly upholstered in a luxurious fabric, sits three leather ottomans that can be used  to hold trays of drinks and nibbles or simply as foot stools to comfortably watch the bar front TV.  A corner glass topped card table and 4 arm chairs add to the conversation area or allows guests to play a game of cards or enjoy intimate dining for 4.   MECHANICAL AND EQUIPMENT REFIT MAY 2011 - All survey items completed    1) Entire engine room and lazarette detailed and painted 2) Entire teak decks redone 3) Extensive painting in exterior and interior lockers as well as all bilges. 4) All mechanical and electrical equipment has been serviced. 5) Numerous light fixtures replaced. 6) All pumps onboard have been serviced or repaired. 7) All safety equipment requiring re-certification have been re-certified, including the engine room fire-fighting system. 8) The Jacuzzi was replaced 9) All marine electronics have been inspected and proven. 10) The chart plotting system's charts have been up-dated. 11) Capstans have been serviced; new solenoids were installed. 12) Water makers were serviced. 13) Atlas System serviced and new shore cord selector systems were installed. 14) New awnings on skylounge deck 15) New bottom paint 16) New zincs 17) All aft deck teak tables have been re-varnished. 18) Un-varnished teak table on the skylounge deck has been sanded    
2008 Refit
New rudder seals and bearing (June 2008) All sea-cocks and sea-chests rebuilt in 2008 All new exterior paint (June 2008) New shaft bearing and seals (July 2008) Bowthruster removed and rebuilt (June 2008) Stabilizers removed, refurbished, and re-installed. Both shafts removed, checked for wear and alignment and replaced. Both propellers removed, refurbished and balanced. Both engines rebuilt (MTU W-6) Both transmissions rebuilt. Both main generators rebuilt. Both anchors replaced with new ones. All tanks emptied and inspected. Both swim-platform hatches removed and replaced. Both secondary, main-engine turbos replaced 2 new transmission oil coolers installed New Atlas System Inverter. Replaced 3 Air Conditioning chillers and 5 air-handlers. Rebuilt both anchor windlasses. Installed WiFi router and GSM cell phone system to improve internet access. New TV in Skylounge
Main Engines Engine Type: (2) MTU 16V396, @ 3,000 Hp each Engine Hours: Since W-6 and as of 14 Oct. 2013: Port 7,795 / Stb 7,865 Main Engine Gearboxes: ZFModel # BW 755S Drive: Propellers   Generators & Electricity Output: 110-208V / 60 Hz Generators: (2) Northern Light 99kW (1) Northern Light 45 kW Generator Hours: Since rebuild as of 14 Oct. 2013: Port 8,541 / Stb. 8,103 3rd (Night) 11,183 hrs Gen Fuel Consumption: 99 KW’s = 6.5 GPH; 45 KW = 4 GPH Shore Power: Atlas 75 KVA Shore Power Conversion System   Air Conditioning: Type: (3) Cruise Air MTC 120 DC Chillers (3) Chillers replaced; rest of AC system rebuilt, 2008   Other Machinery Watermakers: (2) Watermaker Inc @ 5,000 USG/day (18,928 liters/day) Rebuilt and reconfigured in 2008 Trim Tabs/Stabilizers: Naiad (removed & rebuilt in 2008) Bow Thruster: American Bow Thruster (removed & rebuilt in June 2008) Steering System: Wagner/Jastrom (rebuilt in 2008) Fuel Separator & Filtration: Alfa Laval 104B24 Sapar 2000 fuel transfer filter Sewage System: Haman Orca II-12 Lube Oil Capacity 132 US Gallons (500 liters) Waste Oil Capacity 132 US Gallons (500 liters)  
Navigation Systems
Radar: (1) Furuno 21-10 S-Band (1) Furuno21-10 X-Band with ARPA Gyrocompass: (1) C-Plath Navigat 10 Magnetic Compass: (1) 7” Ritchie Auto Pilot: (1) C-Plath Navipilot V Depth Sounder: (2) B&G Hydra 2000 GPS: (1) Furuno GPS/WAAS Ship’s Computer: (1) Hewlett Packard Navigation Computer: (1) Nauticomp Ship’s Printers: (1) Furuno PP 510 GMDSS Printer (2) HP 6500 All-In-One Chart Plotter: (1) Nobeltec Chart Plotting System (with AIS) AIS: (1) McMurdo M-2 AIS Wind/Speed Log: (2) B&G Hydra 2000 Navtex: (1) Furuno NX 500 Monitor: (3) 21” Syncmaster for Nobeltec & Wifi System Other: (1) Barometer (1) Chronometer  
Communications Systems
SATcom: (1) Inmarsat C (1) Nera Mini-M Telephone System: (1) Panasonic D1232 SSB: (1) Furuno FS-1562-15 VHF: (2) Furuno FM 8500 (1) Standard Horizon Eclipse MF/HF: (1) Furuno AA 50 DSC Receiver (1) Furuno DSC-6 Terminal Cellular Phone System: (1) Telular SX7T GSM Cell Phone Wireless Internet Router: (1) Wave-Wifi AC HP  
Deck Equipment
Anchor Windlass: (2) Maxwell VWC 8000 Aft Warping Capstans: (2) Maxwell VC3500 Tall Drum capstans Anchors: (2) new anchors with 400’ (each) of chain Boat Crane and Davits: (1) Nautical Structures (rebuilt in June 2009) Passerelle: (1) Marquipt 6-step Sea Stairs (new in 2008) Swimming Platform: (1) Teak, with 2 fuel tanks and 2 storage areas  
Security Fire & Safety Equipment
Security Equipment:   CCTV System: Elbex Cameras: (5) Elbex PTZ cameras Monitors: (2) monitors (1 in bridge & 1 in mess)   Fire Fighting Equipment:   Fire Control System: Fire Lite 9200-C Fire Extinguishers: CO2 Fire System for engineering spaces (3) twenty lb. foam extinguishers in E.R. (1) twenty-lb. CO2 in engine room (1) twenty-lb. H20 in engine room (1) five-lb. dry chemical in Fidley (1) fifteen lb. foam extinguisher in galley (23) five-lb. Dry Chemical Extinguishers Fire Hoses: (5) Fire-fighting stations with hoses Alarms: (1) Fire Alarm (with light) in Mess, Guest foyer, and engine-room    Safety Equipment:   Safety System: Global Maritime Distress & Safety System Life Rafts: (2) Switlik 25-man life rafts Life Rings: (3) White painted life rings bearing name of vessel EPIRBS: (2) ACR 406 EPIRBs SARTS: (1) McMurdo Flares: (2) Full USCG flare kits Medical Equipment: (1) Full MCA Marine Medical kits  
Galley & Laundry Equipment
Main Galley Equipment: Convection Oven: (2) Large Miele convection ovens (new in ’08) Cooktop: (1) 4-burner GE glass-top range with grill (new in ’08) Exhaust: (1) Broan exhaust hood & fan above range Microwave: (1) Large, stainless Kitchen Aid Architect II Freezer: (1) Sub Zero 601-F Freezer Refrigerator: (1) Sub Zero 601-R Refrigerator Icemaker: (1) Manitowac Model # QD0422A (rebuilt in ’08) Dishwasher: (2) Miele Coffee Machine: (1) Saeco Royal Coffee Bar   Crew Galley/Mess Equipment: Refrigeration/Freezer: (1) Avanti Apartment size refrigerator/freezer Toaster: (1) Krups Toaster Kettle: (1) Krups Kettle Flatware: (1) Set of Oneida flatware Other: (1) Collection of mugs and glassware   Additional Galley Equipment: Cooking Equipment: (1) Ducane gas grill built into Boat Deck Bar   Skylounge: Refrigerator: (1) Magic Chef Refrigerator Icemaker (1) U-line Icemaker   Main Salon: Refrigerator: (1) Magic Chef Refrigerator Icemaker (1) U-line Icemaker   Sun Deck: Refrigerator: (1) Magic Chef Refrigerator Icemaker (1) U-line Icemaker Other: Icebox   Other: Icebox (1) each on Aft Deck and Boat Deck   Main Laundry Equipment : Washing Machines: (2) Miele PW6065 Washing Machines Dryers: (2) Miele PT 7136 Tumble Dryers Irons: (1) Miele Roller Iron (2) T-Fal Electric Hand Irons (1) Rowenta Electric Steam Iron Other: (1) Ironing Board  
Entertainment System
Video Equipment - SatTV: Seatel 4094   Main Salon: (1) 42” Sylvania digital LCD Flat Screen TV (1) Toshiba DVD Player (1) CD Player (1) Satellite TV Receiver   Skylounge: (1) 46” Samsung LCD TV (1) DVD Player (1) Satellite TV Receiver   Master Stateroom: (1) 40” NEC LDD 4000 Flat Screen TV (1) Sony DVD/CD laser disc player (1) Sony VCR (1) Satellite TV receiver   Guest Staterooms (4): (1) each 23” Samsung LN-T2354H LCD TV (1) each JVC KD DV 7300 CD/DVD Player   Captain’s Cabin: (1) 20” Sharp LCD Flat Screen TV (1) Sony DVD Player (1) Satellite TV Receiver   Crew Lounge: (1) 26” Sony LCD KDL V26XBR TV (1) CD/DVD Player (1) DVD Player (1) IPOD Connection Satellite TV Receiver   Crew Cabins (4): (1) each 13” Sharp LC-13EIU TV (1) each Coby DVD Player     Audio Equipment: Main Salon: (1) Bose SA-3 Stereo System + Pioneer Ipod Dock Skylounge: (1) Bose SA-3 Surround Sound System with Ipod Dock Sundeck: (1) Jensen MSR 3007 CD Player with Fusion Ipod Dock Master Stateroom: (1) Sony CD Player & Pioneer iPod Dock Guest Staterooms (4): (1) each Pioneer iPod Dock Pilothouse: (1) JVC KD DV 7300 CD/DVD Player (1) Pioneer iPod Dock Laundry: (1) portable stereo with iPod Dock Crew Lounge: (1) Sony CDX-GT 21 CD Player with Ipod Connection  
Tenders & Toys
Tenders: (1) 21’ Nautica Inflatable w/225 hp 4-stroke Yamaha outboard Water Toys (2) Kawasaki Jetskis
Owner's personal effects.  A full list of exclusions will be provided at time of fully executed Purchase Agreement.  
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.
Contact Joint Central Agents Frank Grzeszczak / Cell 954.494.7096 / Frank Grzeszczak, Jr. / Cell 954.830.4867 /