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2005 95 (ft.) INACE Expedition Yacht with Helipad

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General Information

Listing# 127426

Price
$2,900,000.00
Location
Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States
Manufacturer
INACE
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2005
Category
Motor Yachts
Model
Expedition Yacht with Helipad
Status
Used
Length
95 (ft.)
Beam
23.5
LOA
95
Hull Material
Steel
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
3406
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Inboard

General Details

This vessel is foreign flagged without U.S. Duty paid, therefore, it cannot be shown to U.S. residents while in U.S waters. Any brokers viewing the boat must be viewing the boat on behalf of a non-resident client.

Helipad has a Safe Working Load of 2,340 kilograms and is rated for Full Underway usage.  The yacht has traveled with a Robinson R44 helicopter.

Specifications

NOTE:
NOT FOR SALE TO U.S. RESIDENTS WHILE IN U.S. WATERS!
Features
On-deck Master with separate sauna (4) Additional staterooms below decks; (2) twin bed cabins forward and (2) Queen cabins amidships. Crew Quarters consist of captain's cabin and (2) twin cabins On-deck and upper deck salons Helipad has a Safe Working Load of 2,340 kilograms and is rated for Full Underway usage.  The yacht has traveled with a Robinson R44 helicopter. Complete overhaul STP Shipyard, Mallorca (2) Watermakers were revamped with brand new membranes in August 2011 (2) Persons sauna with rare African Wood that is the most impermeable and resistant to water Extra closet space built-in the second master bath Tons of spare parts for engines and generators, piping, attachments for all size piping including from US to European and vice versa.  Lots more of all kinds of spare parts in double, triple, and quadruple.  Including new engine gear box in case of long Pacific crossing. Zodiac 28,000 Euros Tender with GPS and sonar.  Redesigned tender base to facilitate brining the tender in and out with only one person.  Anchors for rock and sand. (2) Extra tenders, (1) Zodiac medium for crew, with new base for attachment, one small for crew, with 2009 Yamaha engines that have hardly been used. (2) Jet skis (lightly used) Redesign of Black and Grey system, giant bronze and inox parts pump at bilge level making it impossible for it not to have suction.  One submersible pump in each tank pumps directly from the source.  They are most perfect and you will never have the common Black and Grey problems that most ships have.  All PVC and elbows replaced by flexible piping and new one way valves of the highest grade, valve system all stainless and all PVC removed. New larger and more powerful pumps in all bilges Siphons taken to ceiling level, making it impossible for ship to sink if return valves fail due to stainless steel spring corrosion in valves. Extra closet for delicate parts that can be stored in the engine room in the locked forepeak. US $900,000 Helipad able to attach a helicopter and sail in the worst seas.  This is not a touch pad where people are just loaded and unloaded, it is a liveaboard helicopter pad.  Done in Europe with the highest of standards of workmanship with the highest grade stainless steel and aluminum, perfect welding job. Submersible handheld radios New crew galley with oven and large refrigerator Many rooms equipped with 220V for Europe (3) Freezers, (1) large, (1) medium (for owners and guests), and (1) medium for the crew Extra closet for expensive parts in the forepeak (so they are not vulnerable in the engine room or lazarette). Crew galley complete with oven and large refrigerator and freezer All tanks sounders redone with the latest sensors and computer screen in engine room and pilothouse. B&O large TV monitor in Master Stateroom with large B&O speaker.  Additional tower speakers in Sky Lounge Additional speakers in the Master Stateroom Curtain in Sky Salon to separate from stairway Curtains to separate the laundry room from the crew area Curtains in Salon Electric shades in Master Stateroom and Salon (August 2011), top to bottom, with multi-remote and switches Replaced many outlets with 30-amps Extra locks on drawers and closets (2) Extra passerelles (Gang Bang Way), (1) short and (1) long All batteries new, charter was re-calibrated, and alternators (September 2011) (2) Extra heavy duty stainless steel and bronze pumps on side of each VIP bilge to empty bilge ASAP (April 2011) Flood alarms in every bathroom and laundry room New large bilge pumps in main transom Main bilge large stainless steel pump, with its own activation switch and possibly for auto operation (flex tubing to overboard discharge line out) Bilge alarms in every bilge and transom Port anchor devil's claw attachment reinforced Bosch dishwasher in main galley (super quiet) Microphone in smoke detector in pilothouse with output in Master Stateroom I-pod connections in every stereo, including Flybridge BBQ and Europe gas tank hook ups New pillows in every room, 2 sets of sheets for Captain's cabin Bookshelves added to Master Stateroom Robo Vac behind main Galley entry door Added glass enclosure doors on Salon bookshelves Sanding wheel and professional standing drill added to engine room tools Shelves added in Laundry room, Crew area, and Captain's area New batteries for both jet skis August 2011 Ethernet connections in Master Stateroom, Salon, and Sky Lounge (with long and short cables) (2) Water skis with rope Under the seat in the Sky Lounge is a radio for the tender New back-up battery for Flybridge computer April 2011 New phone in Pilothouse August 2011 New hose for wet vacuum in Lazarette AB switch box added in Salon and Sky Lounge to switch speakers inside to outside, or both (2) Tower speakers added in Sky Lounge 220V multiple outlet in Master Stateroom behind the fake port speaker cover Multiple 220V outlets in Pantry Double long extension line 220V outlet with breaker box in Laundry room Entire breaker box for Crew galley next to other breakers above crew mess stereo (2) Portable heaters Changed all locks for outside doors and Engine Room and cleaning tool door (port) opposite the Engine Room with Magnetic pick and fail proof multi-lock.  Many spares. Fuel tanks with electric pump for new heli fuel under seats Flybridge Maintenance and safety logs established by Aviation Expert turned Ship Expert (Flybridge) Retaining net in Forepeak Fold-away table in Sky Lounge Many spares in Flybridge storage area under controls, extra large roll of flex tubing, etc. with retaining net (2) Extra copies of ship's diagram New spare gear box Remote bell to call people from the outside (2) Spare extensions for shore power Kohler Inox bathroom fixtures Second anchor winch controller Spare parts for water heater Spare parts for refrigerator Ultra violet spare parts (4) Spare stainless and bronze black and grey pumps (4) pumps for Northern Lights generators Icemaker Dozens of filters for engine, generators in boxes in Lazarette, water maker, and extra oil in Forepeak and Lazarette Tons of braided, high quality black ropes, 10 and 15 meters
Mechanical
(2) Northern Lights 32 kW generators, model PX332 K1 Filtration Concepts, Inc. watermaker
Default 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.