- 100' Carbon Sailboat
- 100 (ft.)
- Hull Material
- Fuel Type
- Number of Engines
"WILLING TO TAKE YOUR VESSEL IN TRADE"
100 Carbon strictly follows the 72 carbon strategy. The equipment and building approach of the 100 Carbon is same. The Difference is that 100 offers an especially glamorous size.
In addition to the difference in size, we provide a more semi-custom approach for the 100. Semi-custom yachts like 100 combine the cost and time efficiencies of production models with many of the same optional features and design characteristics of custom yachts. We will let you change the number of cabins, the configuration of the cabins, on-deck features and other configurations as long as you don't change the hull design, key systems or critical bulkheads.
LOA (hull): 30.48 m
LWL: 27.60 m
BWL: 5.40 m
Ballast appr.: 16600 kg
Engine: 300 HP
Sail area: 490 m2
100 is high-tech yacht that includes the latest innovations such as: carbon fiber hull, hydraulic lifting keel, retractable carbon bow prod, flush carbon hatches, hydraulic system controls and much more... All of these features are included in the standard version of each yacht.
- Carbon fiber hull: yacht hulls are based on selected SP systems laminating materials combined with a foam sandwich to ensure the highest structural integrity, where most furniture and fittings double as structure, minimizing redundancy and weight, thus enhancing dynamic responses and making the yachts safer.
- Hydraulic lifting keel: The modern lift keel system helps give the yacht increased stability when sailing, while the minimum lift up draft allows for easy access to harbors and anchorages.
- Flush Carbon Hatches: Flush Carbon Hatches provide more than a fully modern look: they have double seals for ultimate waterproofing and offer protection from corrosion (constructed from carbon fiber).
- Foldaway Anchor System: The anchoring system stows below the deck and aft of the bow. As a practical convenience, the anchor may be manually or hydraulically swung into position.
- Retractable carbon bow prod: The retractable gennaker pole enables yacht crews to fly a gennaker in the most optimum manner with minimal crew. The carbon bow prod may be retracted and made invisible.
- Advanced hydraulic system: The complex and modern hydraulic system controls every aspect of navigation.
- Ecology/FREE fuel: On top of everything, we are proud to announce that this is the first yacht in its range to implement Hybrid (Electric/Diesel) and Solar Hybrid Solar/Electric/Diesel) technology.
This model has two versions:
- 100 Carbon Deck Saloon
- 100 Carbon Deck Saloon Hard Top: practical hard top (available with solar version only)
Three different engine power versions:
- Hybid (Electric/Diesel)
- Solar Hybrid (Solar/Electric/Diesel).
The builder brings together its own associate shipyards worldwide (Australia, Netherlands, Poland, Croatia). The builder works with world-class shipbuilding experts. They currently specialize in building yachts from 60' to 200'. The builder has worldwide network of competent, experienced shipbuilders are professionals that guarantee professional delivery and high quality service.
The builder is not focused like many others which create one hull from one material at every 10 or 15 feet for similar models. Their product lines usually have one smaller and one bigger yacht inside a single product line; they have paletes of 3 different hull material types: carbon, aluminum, and glass-epoxy-composite. They can build both yachts and catamarans.
Finally, remember why we are the most popular and proud:
The builder is the first HYBRID PROPULSION and SOLAR SYSTEM of yachts used in SERIALIZED PRODUCTION worldwide!
All vessels are built in collaboration with their own network of reputable shipyards. Their associated shipyards are authorized and specialized in building their vessels. They closely cooperate with the builder head office naval architects team.
Five authorized shipyards: Australia, Poland, Netherlands, Croatia( two areas )
The builder can summarize their vision into 3 concise points. Every old or new yacht follows these simple but valuable rules.
1. Cost-effectiveness and an extraordinary price-performance ratio: You will always find that our yachts are one step cheaper from more popular yacht brands, but at same time, price-performance is the same or better.
2. Latest yacht building technologies: They use carbon hull building, new hybrid engines and other high-tech solutions.
3. Ecology: Every yacht has available a hybrid (diesel/electrical power) solution. They also offer an additional option in which every one of their yachts may be equipped with full solar power
The builder recognizes that each owner has an ideal yacht in mind, and they can build these custom yachts. The builder is specialized in high tech carbon yacht building, but can also build traditional aluminum and glass-epoxy-composite custom yachts too.
We invite you to schedule a meeting. The builder’s in-house design and engineering team listen to your needs to create new and better yacht forms and interior arrangements which meet all the unique requirements of our customers. The builder also offers a 30%-50% instant leasing program for custom yacht buildings.
- Max Draft: 3m/4.57m Displacement: 43 tons
- Total Power: 300
- General, Construction and Structure
- 1.1. General The idea is to create a modern performance cruising yacht, which will be used mainly in the Med and warmer climates. To ensure good performance, careful attention to weight saving should be made wherever possible. With its reasonably high sail area displacement ratio there should be good all round performance. The idea is to create a unique and innovative yacht with modern clean styling, without losing any feeling of comfort. 1.2. Classification (Still to be decided) The yacht will be classed and shall comply with the British D.O.Ts “The Safety Of Small Commercial Sailing Vessels - A Code of Practice” regulations, for which a certificate will be applied for or the EU ISO Rules. 2. Construction 2.1. General This yacht is to be constructed using an carbon and epoxy resin composite laminate over a honeycomb core using a vacuum bagged hand lay-up and post cured. The yacht will be designed and built to comply with the ABS “Guide for Offshore Racing Yachts”. General construction practices will be built in conformance with ABS standards and guidelines and accepted modern boat building methods. The yacht shall be built in a permanent building with adequate ventilation, insulation and light. The building shall have proper equipment to control humidity, regulate temperature and to remove dust. 2.4. Materials A recognized supplier SP Systems or equal, as agreed by the Builder and Architect will supply all reinforcement fabrics. The primary reinforcement material is carbon fiber. The resin is to be epoxy, SP Systems or equal, and approved by the reinforcement fabric supplier and the Architect. The resin must be able to withstand temperatures of up to 140°F without distortion. The resin manufacturer's requirements and instructions shall be strictly adhered to. Hull and deck are to be post cured per resin manufacturers instructions. All hull and deck core materials are to be Corecell or equal. Core bond to be approved by core manufacturer. To keep track of materials, each batch of resin and catalyst, as well as all types of cloth, shall have the lot number, date of manufacture, date of delivery and date of use recorded. The hull is to be built over a skinned and faired male plug. The deck is to built over skinned female plug. Vacuum bag techniques are preferred in the construction of the hull, deck and bulkheads. The vacuum bag shall be capable of 1 bar of pressure throughout the curing process or as recommended by the resin supplier. Elevated temperature cure shall be employed in the construction of the hull, deck and bulkheads in accordance with resin manufacturer’s recommendations. In general laminate fiber contents, mechanical properties and test samples to be decided by Structural Engineers and or Naval Architect. Stainless steel shall be 316 or 316L, depending on application, except where otherwise specified. All stainless steel welding of exposed parts and of all fittings shall be finished to a high polish. Stainless steel weldments to be passivated after welding and polishing. All wood, if used in construction, shall be sound, clear and free from large knots, checks, shakes or saps, well seasoned and of a kind and quality well suited for the use intended. All lumber is to be dressed on all sides and edges, and the dimensions given are for the finished sizes. Wood shall be of the following kinds: Mahogany: Honduras or equivalent Cherry: American Spruce: Sitka or equivalent Cedar: Red or equivalent Teak: Burma or equivalent Fir: Douglas or equivalent Substitutions for the above specified woods must be approved, as an equivalent, by the Architect. Equivalent woods may be used if an increase in weight will not result, and if approved by the Architect and Owner. Plywood shall be marine type, waterproof, phenolic resin bonded, sound on both sides. Where finished bright externally, it shall be fir plywood faced with owner selected material. Where painted, in quarters plywood shall be teak, poplar, hard-faced Kimpreg or equal. Elsewhere, Douglas Fir plywood may be used. The minimum number of plys shall be 3 for thicknesses up to 10mm, and 5 for thicknesses of 12mm to 19mm. Veneers throughout to be a minimum thickness of 0.6mm except in areas exposed to weather, as well as surfaces exposed to severe wear such as door faces and veneered counter tops, where the thickness is to be no less than 1.2mm (0.048”) unless otherwise agreed. Exterior teak veneers to be a minimum 3mm thick (.125”). All lumber is to be dressed on all sides and edges. All gluing is to be with a waterproof resorcinol type. Epoxy type glues can be used if approved by the Architect. 2.5. Fastenings Stainless steel fasteners shall be used throughout. Any substitutions shall be subject to the Architect’s approval. All fasteners to aluminum structure shall be properly insulated and where threaded into vital aluminum members shall be in conjunction with stainless steel Heli-Coil inserts. Clips for attachment of insulation shall, where required, be of plastic cemented type. 2.6. Zincs Builder is to provide one (1) zinc, properly sized, to fit around the propeller shaft. 3. Structure 3.1. General Laminate materials are to be supplied by SP Systems Technologies or other approved manufacturer as mutually agreed between Builder and the Architect. The following laminate schedule shows typical total number of layers, sequence of plies and core material. 3.2. Internal Structure The laminated internal hull and deck structure includes girders, floors, longitudinals and deck beams. Stiffeners are to be made of carbon fiber over foam core formers. Carbon fiber laminates will be combinations of unidirectional tapes and biaxial fabrics. Particular attention is to be paid where joiner members are tabbed to hull and deck and are considered structural members. Details of the attachment will be per Engineer’s instructions. 3.3. Watertight and Structural Bulkheads The forepeak and lazarette bulkheads are watertight. Particular attention is to be paid to ensuring that all pipe and wiring penetrations are sealed and that watertight integrity is maintained. Watertight and structural bulkheads are to be made of Nonex or equal honeycomb cored composite panels. Watertight and structural bulkheads are to be fully tabbed to hull, both sides, using +45°/-45° tapes. Proper fillets to be formed using a low density filler mix. 3.4. Non-Structural Bulkheads Bulkheads are to be Carbon/Corecell composites with wood veneers or faired and painted lacquer finish above soles. 3.7. Teak Decks Side decks, cockpit sole and seat bottoms to be laid with 50mm wide by 8mm thick teak planks. The teak shall be entirely knot free and the decking shall be laid parallel to the deck edge, nibbed into a teak king plank, with teak margin pieces at all edges and at all hatches. Teak decking shall be bonded in epoxy glue or other adhesive by a method to be approved by the Architect. No mechanical fasteners shall be used. Deck seams to be filled with Sika-Flex deck seam compound, including all accelerators and primers. All adhesive compounds to be applied in strict accordance with the manufacturer's latest instructions. 3.8. Lifting Ballast Keel To be a cast steel fin with a bolted on lead ballast bulb. The steel fin is a one piece casting with integral hydraulic ram for lifting, material to be ASTM A536-84 Grade 80-55-06 (Min Yield Str. = 360 Mpa. A bolted on lead ballast bulb of approximately 8650 kgs with internal stainless steel cage to be attached with stainless steel bolts per Architect’s plans. No trimming ballast will be accounted for. 3.9. Rudder Rudder blade to be fabricated of carbon fiber over high-density foam with shape and size as shown on construction plans. Trailing edge of rudder to be finished off sharp as per Architects detail. The rudderstock and internal rudder framing shall be carbon fiber with construction as per Engineer’s plans. 3.10. Emergency Steering Head of rudderstock shall be detailed to take an emergency tiller. A small flush hatch shall be installed on deck over stock to permit fitting of tiller. Emergency tiller to have stainless steel head fitted into aluminum tube. Suitable eyes and tackles to be provided for mechanical advantage. 3.11. Transom Platform/Wet Deck Aft deck and transom to swing out, on lightweight struts controlled by two hydraulic rams, to become the swim/boarding platform, dinghy will then be launched from this platform. 3.12. Dodger Storage Full width dodger required, to be stowed in rebated storage trench on main coachroof deck with lightweight flush cover for when dodger is in stowed position.
- 4.1. General The exterior hull and deck and the exposed portions of the hull and deck interior shall be faired and painted using U.S. Paint’s "Awlgrip" products. The application of the fairing and paint system shall be in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s specifications. A record of temperature and humidity shall be kept during paint application. The hull topsides are to be painted in (white?) Awlgrip and the boot top to be painted (navy blue?), as selected by the Owner. All painted surfaces will receive a minimum of three coats of paint. The bottom paint shall be Interlux Micron 66 or equal antifouling paint, sprayed on. The application shall be in strict accordance with the manufacturer's specifications. The deck and cabin top, where exposed, will be painted in (white?) Awlgrip. Non-skid will be applied to all flat accessible surfaces or where specified. Non-skid type to be as selected by owner. Non-skid to be patterned around all deck fittings as directed. 4.2. Hull Fairing Every effort should be made by the Builder to keep the hull fair throughout the construction process in order to minimize the amount of fairing compound required. Hull shall be sanded before applying primers and micro-balloon fairing compound. Care shall be taken to avoid sanding through to laminate after application. 4.3. Finishing All paints and varnish to be rubbed between coats, and particular care shall be taken while painting that all workmen are clear of boat; also, that it is clean and free of chips, sawdust and rubbish before final coats are applied. Final coat shall be smooth, show no sanding marks, and be free of dust. All finishing colors to be selected by Owner. 4.4. Preservative Treatment Backs of ceilings and grounds for other woodwork as required to be given at least three generous coats of approved sealer, such as Wood-Life, Chemi-seal or equal. Where possible, treatment shall be applied to finished lumber before installation. 4.5. Boot Top and Cove Stripe To be painted between sheered lines above the D.W.L. as per plans, using similar system as topsides. Final location of boot top, and cove stripe to be approved by Architect before painting. Cove stripe to be applied to hull, without recess. Cove stripe to be painted in Awlgrip, color selected by owner. 4.6. Name and Hailing Port Name and hailing port to be painted on stern in Awlgrip or done with a vinyl transfer, color and font style to be selected by owner. Name to be in letters of height and design as directed and approved by the Registering Authority and Owner. 4.7. Exterior Brightwork All exterior wood except teak decks, cockpit seats and soles to be finished bright. All varnished wood trim to be finished with ten (10) coats of Epifanes Clear Varnish. 4.8. Interior Brightwork Where finish to be clear, varnish with satin finish, using Epifanes Rubbed Effect Varnish, 6 coats minimum, rubbed between coats. Where painted, lacquer finish, done with Interlux semi-gloss paint, color as directed by Owner, 2 coats minimum. Floorboards to be varnished.
- 5.1. General All joiner work is to be installed in accordance with the best yacht practice. The interior style and finish is to be decided by the builder but in general is to be either lacquered finish on faired composite panels or selected wood veneers on composite panels. Veneered interior means fully veneered bulkheads, cabinets and locker doors. All surfaces to be trimmed in wood. Corner posts, fiddles, and all other trim and fashion pieces will be solid wood and matched as closely as possible to the surrounding woodwork. Doors shall be of flat panel construction. Overhead to be ultra-suede or fabric covered panels. Fiddles are to be installed on all working surfaces. Convenient and well-rounded hand holds or grips to be provided throughout cabin areas and heads, on overheads and bulkheads as needed, to facilitate safe movement below deck. Toe spaces are to be used on all built in furniture. Where particular sizes are not called out, material shall be as light in weight as consistent with good practice. All surfaces that may be exposed during normal use such as the inside of drawer faces, locker doors, etc., shall match surrounding joiner work. Corners of cockpit wells, hatches, furniture, lockers, etc., to be well rounded. All projecting corners of partitions to be fitted with neatly rounded corner posts. All fastening pieces, rails, doorsills, drawers, etc. to be screw fastened. Particular care shall be given to eliminating rattles in all joiner work. This includes doors, locker doors and floorboards. Provision is also to be made for removable or hinged panels to insure access to all equipment, steering cables, electrical junction boxes, tanks, etc. Owner supplied equipment will be given specific storage locations. Proper dedicated foundations, divisions and mountings will be provided for all Owner supplied items. 5.2. Partition Bulkheads To be honeycomb core with E-Glass or thin plywood faces as called up by Architect. 5.3. Hull Ceilings To be painted satin/matte white or upholstered (Alcantara) lightweight plywood panels where hull is exposed to the interior, otherwise to be bare hull. Backs of hanging lockers to have cedar battens. 5.4. Doors To be of the flat panel type with veneer/finish to match surrounding brightwork. Locker doors to be veneered flat panel per plans. All doors to be honeycomb cored to prevent warping. All passage doors must have maximum height permitted by deck structure. Styling details to be coordinated between Architect and Builder. 5.5. Lockers Hanging lockers to be finished inside. Hanging lockers to be fitted with shelves, rods and hooks as directed. Shelves to have fixed fiddles. All hanging lockers to have provisions for ventilation thru louvered doors. Wet locker to be finished inside with Formica and provided with a fixed rod, rack for drying boots. Wet locker door to have louvers. Sole to be grated and drain to bilge. 5.6. Countertops Galley countertop height to be 920mm, head and vanity countertop heights to be 870mm. Galley countertop to be Corian as selected by Owner with aluminum honeycomb backing and 50mm high lip at back splash. Galley sink to be undermounted to Corian worktop. Head countertops with integral basins to be Corian as per Architect detail, colour as selected by builder. To have fixed integral Corian fiddles as directed. 5.7. Drawers and Dish Cabinets All drawers to be on stainless steel Mepla (or equal) type runners that are self closing and with stops to prevent pulling out and latches to fix in the closed position. Drawer faces to be cutout from primary panel. Cutlery drawers, dish cabinets, and glass racks to be fitted with partitions, depressions, guides and lift-out trays as required to suit individual pieces. Glass and dish racks to have fixed felt-covered guides. 5.8. Storage Spaces All storage spaces including forepeak and lazarette to be fitted with shelves, bins, hooks as per plans or as directed. 5.9. Ladders Main companionway ladder to be built of teak or equal laminated sides and treads, with raised rubber non-skid. Forepeak ladder to be aluminum with aluminum rungs or tubular composite construction. 5.10. Built-In Furniture All upholstery material for berths, settees and seats will be supplied by the Builder. Builder will be responsible for supplying the mattress and cushion material and will be responsible for fitting the upholstery with zippers and tufting as required. All berths to be fitted with lightweight drawers and/or lockers under, as per plans and with removable bunk bottoms for access. Bunk bottoms to be foam or honeycomb cored. Berths to have fiddles, high enough to retain mattress, but in no case to have tops of fiddles higher than 50mm below top of mattress. Owner's and guest berth mattresses shall be 150mm thick foam, crew berth mattreses to be 100mm thick. All mattresses to have covers of upholstery material supplied by the Builder. All mattresses to have full-length nylon zippers of best quality, on at least two sides. Berths to be fitted with Dacron lee-cloths with padeyes in overhead and lightweight tackles for tensioning or lee boards as selected by the Owner. The Builder shall install settees and seats as shown. Cushions to be 120mm thick with built up lip. Counter tops and shelves to be fitted with fixed fiddles as directed. No fiddles required on saloon table. 5.11. Curtains Curtains to be provided for the windows, as directed and approved by the builder, with material as supplied by the Builder. Blinds to be provided for coachroof windows, as approved by the Builder. Curtain hangers to be approved by the Builder. 5.12. Portlights and Windows Interior window detailing to be cohesive with adjoining joinerwork. 5.13. Deckhead/Overhead Panels to be of lightweight construction. Generally, 4mm plywood panels upholstered with Alcantara or Majilte fabric, as approved by the Builder. Panels to be mounted with velcro and fitted so as to permit easy access to the underside of the deck. 5.14. Hatches Custom main companionway hatch to have lightweight composite panel with lexan window insert, on stainless steel sliders and composite or lexan washboards. If the arrangement allows, the washboards will drop into cockpit well. Interior finish of deck hatches to be of molded composite trim that is finished to match cabin. Molding to have integral rebate to house the OceanAir sky screen. 5.15. Cabin Sole Cabin soles throughout, are to be 2mm thick wood (TBD) veneer on 15mm balsa core with 4mm plywood faces. Care to be taken when laminating floorboards to avoid warping. All edges to be back-beveled at 5° to prevent binding as per drawings. All sole panels are to be edged with solid teak or other suitable matched hardwood. Skirting trim, as per drawings, to be fitted around all edges of vertical joiner pieces. All cabin soles to have 2mm thick rubber gaskets on the under side to minimize noise transmission. Insulation to be used in way of equipment mounted under sole panels. Every effort is to be made to make sole panels as sound tight as practical. Floorboards to be lifted with suction cup handles (as used in the glass window trade). Attention must be paid to providing access to all portions of the bilge and all items of equipment. Specific panels will be designated as under sole storage areas. 5.16. Shower Pans Shower pans to be fabricated from custom GRP moldings with perimeter drains, not gratings. 5.17. Mirrors Best grade 3mm glass mirrors, with frames and sized as per plans or as directed, located over Owner’s and guest head wash basins. A full-length Plexiglas mirror to be provided on the back of stateroom hanging locker doors in the sleeping cabins. 5.19. Compartment Description Chain Locker Locker to be positioned in the fore peak, as far aft as practical, and shall be sized to fit 100m of 11.1mm chain. Locker sides to be hull sides, lockers ends to be fabricated and located to suit chain capacity. Locker/bin sides to be lined with 12mm thick high density closed cell foam rubber. Locker to be designed for self-stowage of the chain. Pad eye to be fitted for chain bitter end. Floor to be positioned above waterline and angled down aft to facilitate drainage from two 20mm drain holes located in the bootstripe. Crew Cabin Upper and lower bunks on port side with drawers under lower bunk. Hanging locker and lockers with shelf to starboard. Crew Heads Head and is on port side with lockers outboard and basin is on starboard side with lockers outboard. Shower in space between, shower curtain to be provided for at sides and forward end. Head and shower stall soles to have integral GRP sump trays with corner drains provided for. Master Cabin Double berth located on centerline forward. Shelves with lockers outboard at hull sides with hanging locker immediately aft, port and starboard. On the cabins aft bulkhead between the head and the forward end of the keel trunk is the cabin entrance door. On the port side is the desk with the vanity immediately forward of this and the port side hanging locker forward of the vanity. The AC outlet grille is located above hanging locker door on the port side. Master Cabin Heads On the starboard aft side of the master cabin is the head compartment with separate stall shower. The head is at the forward end of the compartment facing aft, basin with countertop are located outboard of this with the separate shower stall aft of this. Head and shower stall soles to have integral GRP sump trays with corner drains provided for. Saloon The aft facing U-Shaped settee and dining table to port has lockers and shelves outboard and a countertop with drawers under immediately aft. On the starboard side is an L-Shaped settee and coffee table with lockers and shelves outboard and countertop with drawers under immediately aft, this countertop and locker will be dedicated as the bar area. Storage is to be located behind the settee backs. AC units are located port and starboard under countertop units aft of settees with outlet grilles above outboard lockers. Galley Galley is located on port side aft of saloon, galley is U-Shaped and facing forward. On the outboard side is a counter top with locker and trash compactor under and a custom fridge box on top, the stove is aft of this with the freezer box aft of this, also located on the countertop, with the sinks adjacent to this between the engine box, over the engine box on the inboard side is the micro-wave and counter top space. These items are to be installed in a manner that is consistent with the surrounding joinery and with reasonable access for service and maintenance. Builder is to insure proper ventilation, venting, drains and installation according to the manufacturers instructions. All the above standard household equipment is to be modified so that it is acceptable for an offshore yacht of this type which is subject to heeling, pitching, and rolling. Builder shall install all necessary locks, catches, shelves, fiddles and rails. Stove recess to be lined with stainless steel with insulation behind. Stove top to be supplied with sea rails and pot holders. A stainless steel crash rail to be installed in front of stove. Engine Room The engine room is to be fitted out in a proper manner in perforated aluminum sheet, finished in Awlgrip, over the specified sound insulation. Inside of hull to be finished in flow-coat to facilitate cleaning. Shelves and bins to be fitted as allowed by space restrictions. All equipment, piping, wiring and valves to be clearly labeled. Chart Table The chart table is located on the starboard side aft of the saloon and is facing forward with flush mount instrument console forward and outboard. The chart table is equipped fixed bench seat with cushion. Immediately aft of the chart table is countertop with the washer dryer unit under. On the counter and outboard is a locker with the electric panel mounted on the inboard face with space in the locker behind the panel available for electric switch boxes. Aft Guest Cabin Heads These ensuite head compartments are used for showering as well with the addition of shower curtains. The head is at the forward end of the compartment facing aft, basin with countertop are located outboard of this. Head soles to have integral GRP sump trays with corner drains provided for. Both heads are the same with the exception that the starboard head has a two doors, the one door allowing access from the passage and thereby allowing the head compartment to function as a day head. Aft Guest Cabins Port and starboard cabins are mirrored. There is a hanging locker with drawers under and two single berths aft of this, the AC outlet grille is located above the hanging locker door. There is storage under the berths. Both cabins are the same with the exception that the port cabin has more floor space. Tender Bay/Wet Deck The tender and outboard stowage locker is located adjacent to the transom platform. It shall provide storage for the tender, inflated, the outboard motor and gasoline. Chocks and tie-downs to be provided. Locker shall vent and drain directly overboard. Storage To be in accordance with plans and as requested by the Owner. All storage spaces including fore peak, lazarette, engine room and bilge's are to be fitted with shelves and bins, hooks, etc., as directed, of construction appropriate for the intended use. 5.20. Interior Hardware General Stainless steel hardware to be used where possible and chrome where necessary. All hardware shall be approved by the Builder and the Architect. Cabin Door Hardware Door handles to be D-Line or equal. Locks and latch sets to be Schiavetti or equal. Catches and bumpers to installed to control the openings of doors throughout. Suitable catches shall be installed to hold the head and stateroom doors fully open. Door hinges to be Sugatsune R_Series concealed hinges, three hinges shall be fitted on each door. Locker and Cabinet Door Hardware Door latches/handles to be Sugatsune type PLK push latch or equal. Door hinges to be Sugatsune H220 Series concealed hinges, two hinges shall be fitted on each door. Stowage access areas, seat backs, etc, to have suitable small butt hinges and be properly secured when closed. Drawer Hardware Drawers latches/handles to be Sugatsune type PLK push latch or equal. Drawers to be mounted on self closing Mepla or Sugatsune runners. Handrails Handrails to be provided to allow safe movement about the cabins at all times. To be built as understood between Architect and Builder. Refrigerator Hardware Refrigerator and freezer door hardware to be stainless steel, heavy-duty hinges and latches with over center catch. Refrigerator and freezer doors to have hold-open and stop mechanisms. Stove Safety Bar A stainless steel crash bar is to be installed across the front of the stove just below counter height. Miscellaneous Kick plates on steps, stainless steel chafing pieces on companionway and other sills, and similar fittings as required, shall be provided. 5.21. Galley Equipment Stove To be Alpes-Inox Mod. C50x50/4GFG four (4) burner with oven, stainless steel finish. Oven thermostat and thermocouple shut-off to be installed. Stove to be installed on gimballing mount. Provision to be made to secure the stove from gimballing while in port. Counter cut out to be properly insulated with stainless steel lining. Exhaust Hood An Alpes-Inox Mod. CFE/60-1 hood with evacuator and light to be installed over the stove. Microwave. To be a Miele Mod. M625-1EG or equal 220VAC, 1,000 Watt input power, to be selected by Owner. To be mounted in galley as per plans. Refrigeration Compartments Shall be built in as per plans and supplied and built by fridge systems supplier.See Ship Systems section. Trash Compactor A trash compactor is to be installed per plans in the galley. Trash compactor to be Broan-Nutone Mod. 1052. Washer/Dryer There is to be a washer/dryer installed in the locker behind the chart table seat. Washer/dryer to be Miele Mod. WT945. Washer/dryer to drain to sump tank. 5.22. Plumbing Fixtures Sinks Galley sink to be a double bowl stainless steel unit with a size of 780x450, and to have combined strainer and stopper and shall drain through a Y-valve and discharge overboard or to the grey water tank.. Heads to have 410x330 oval Corian basins integral with work top. Head basins to drain to grey water tanks. Faucets & Showers All sink, basin and shower faucet sets to have single lever controls and to have hot and cold water. Showers to have remote telephone style head. There shall be an outside shower, telephone type with hot/cold faucet located in the aft cockpit near helmsman's seat in a recess with a light closure door. Toilets Toilets to be from Tecma and flushed with fresh water with the provision made to flush with raw water in case of emergency. The forward two toilets and the two aft toilets to be on separate black water tanks. Toilets to be mounted on GRP plinth with access panels to service the toilet. Miscellaneous Fittings All bathrooms to be equipped with soap dishes, glass holders, towel bars, clothing hooks, toilet paper holders, garbage bins and other items as selected by the Owner. Plumbing Fixtures Required: 1 Galley Sink Faucet, HansGrohe Model: Allegra Variarc. 4 Head Basin Faucets, HansGrohe Model: Talis S. 4 Head Shower Sets, HansGrohe Model: Talis S #32675,-000 and Croma 1jet/Porter E shower head. 22 1 Deck Shower Set, (Grohe Model: Dual Handle with Extractable Hose and Spray Spout. 1 Galley Sink, Alpes-Inox 4578/2V. 4 Oval Corian Head Basins, Model 810A/S. 4 Toilets, Tecma Silence Standard).
- Insulation as listed below is for acoustic and thermal purposes. Materials quoted are Maritex from Halyard Marine, equivalent products may be substituted. The Builder must give careful consideration to the noise requirements listed below and may increase the amount of insulation if required to meet those limits. However, attention must be paid to minimizing the total weight of the insulation materials. Thermal and acoustic insulation fitted inside the engine space is to be of non-combustible material, and also insulation is to be protected against impregnation by flammable vapors and liquids. Special attention should be given to acoustic insulation and vibration damping to reduce noise levels in accommodation area, and in particular in staterooms, and in accommodation spaces in way of propeller. The following tables are target sound levels which the Builder should make every reasonable effort to achieve. Underway: Main engine in operation at its continuous rating and the generator in operation Galley 70 decibels Salon 65 Guest Cabins 65 Captain/Crew Cabins 65 Dockside: Main engine shut down, generator running and air-conditioning in operation Galley 60 decibels Salon 55 Guest Cabins 55 Captain/Crew Cabins 60 Insulation Engine Room Sides and Overhead – Two layers of 32mm Maritex with 1.6mm perforated aluminum cover sheet painted with Awlgrip white or anodized silver. Engine Access Hatches Doors - To be double sealed and contain no less insulation than the rest of the engine compartment. Bulkhead Between Guest/Captain Cabins & Lazarette – No insulation required. Cabin Soles - 32mm Maritex bonded to the underside of the specified finish sole between the sole bearers in way of propellor and P-Bracket. Also in compartments where pumps are mounted under the sole. Hot Water Ring - To be insulated with armaflex, all joints to be glued. Chilled Water Ring - Supply and return to be insulated with armaflex, all joints to be glued. Vent Ducting – 12mm Maritex in engine room air inlet and outlet vent ducting for sound absorption. Machinery Mounting - The following machinery to be mounted on soft rubber mounts: Fridge and freezer compressors. Water maker pumps. Hydraulic power unit. Generator. Air conditioning compressor and air handlers. Domestic water pressure pump. Washing Machine.
- 7.1. Main Engine Main engine shall be a Yanmar 4LHA-HTP four (4) cylinder, four (4) stroke, marine turbocharged diesel. Maximum engine rating is 160 hp @ 3300 rpm. It shall be the responsibility of the Builder to confirm with engine manufacturer and Architect engine selection prior to ordering engine. Engine to be equipped with standard equipment including fresh water cooling, thermostatically controlled engine mounted fresh and raw water pumps, engine oil and gearbox coolers, high capacity lube pump and filters, fuel filters and pump, and other items listed in manufacturer’s data sheets. Optional Equipment to include: 1. 24 Volt 100 Amp Bosch/Mastervolt alternator 2. New “C” type panel (cockpit) Main engine and genset shall have there own sea water intake. Seawater strainer to be Vetus type 525 in stainless steel with stainless filter element and clear top. Engine to be resiliently mounted as recommended by the manufacturer using extra-silent mounts. 7.2. Gearbox Gearbox to be Yanmar ZF45A 8° down-angle transmission with a 2.43:1 reduction gear. 7.3. Flexible Shaft Coupling To be R&D Mod. 910-009 or Drivesaver Mod. 504 (from Globe Rubber Works). 7.4. Propeller Shaft Aquamet 22, 40mm shaft with standard metric tapers and locked coupling. 7.5. Stern Tube Stern tube to be custom GRP fabrication, see detail drawing, no cutlass bearing required in sterntube. 7.6. Shaft Seal The stuffing box is to be a John Crane Manecraft “Deep Sea Seal”, type EM, water lubricated shaft seal, set number 7. 7.7. Shaft Strut Strut to be custom 316L stainless steel with dimensions, as shown on plans. To have strut extended thru hull and supported by internal structure, optional composite strut to be investigated. Strut bearing to be a standard water lubricated rubber bearing with non-metallic shell. 7.8. Propeller To be a Max Prop three (3)-bladed feathering propeller of 635mm (25”) diameter with hub to suit shaft diameter, pitch to be 330mm (13”). After trials, pitch may need to be adjusted to optimize engine load and cruising speed. It shall be the responsibility of the Builder to confirm with engine manufacturer and Architect engine selection prior to ordering engine. 7.9. Generator One Fischer Panda Model “PMS 14000NE” 12 kW single phase generator, 230VAC, 50 Hz at 3000 rpm to be installed to provide standard single phase 230VAC, 50 Hz service. Accessories to include sound shield, remote instrument and control panels, shore power switch, strainer, coolant recovery tank, exhaust elbows, flexible rubber exhaust line, and waterlift muffler. Main control panel will be bulkhead mounted adjacent to the generator. A second smaller panel with start/stop will be located in the navigation area. Starter is to be 12 volt. Optional equipment to include: TBD 7.10. Main Engine and Generator Exhaust Systems The main engine exhaust is to be a traditional waterlift system. Components of the system include an engine manufacturers supplied exhaust elbow with siphon break, mounted high above the datum water line, water injection ring, waterlift muffler supplied by Centek (Vernalift 4” Inline Mod. 1500098) and flexible exhaust hose. Exhaust hose to be by Trident Marine, Blue VHT type or equal. The generator exhaust is to be a waterlift system. To consist of an engine manufacturers supplied exhaust elbow with siphon break, mounted high above the datum water line, water injection ring, waterlift muffler supplied by Centek (Vernalift ?” Inline Mod. ?) and flexible exhaust hose run to transom. Exhaust hose to be by Trident Marine, Blue VHT type. 7.11. Controls The throttle and gearbox control shall be a single-lever system. To be Morse Type MV single lever control system. Control head to be mounted on the cockpit side adjacent to the starboard steering wheel. 7.12. Bow Thruster A Max Power model “Retract Series 300 (Mod. 315)” vertical retracting hydraulic thruster to be fitted under forward end of crew cabin berth. Controls located at the panel where the engine controls are located. 7.13. Power Take-Off at Main Engine The bracket requirements will need careful attention to ensure clear passage in front of the engine. The power take-off unit will drive the 100 amp alternator and the engine driven bilge pump. 7.14. Drip Pan Main engine and generator foundations to have built-in sumps to act as drip pans, ie these compartments must be sealed off from the rest of the bilge areas.
- Ship's Systems
- 8.1. Air Conditioning & Ventilation Air Conditioning/Heating The air conditioning system shall be supplied by Frigomar. This supplier shall be responsible to the Builder for furnishing all drawings and diagrams showing proper installation and detailing the sizes for refrigerant piping as well as electrical and control circuits. The Builder shall be responsible for final balancing of the system and obtaining specified air quantities at the outlets as well as minimizing noise transmission from the air handlers and air noise in the ducts. The air conditioning system shall be chilled water type and shall have provision for heating. Total cooling capacity of the compressor shall be 39000 BTU. It shall take suction from the engine room common sea chest and shall have a common overboard discharge with a non-return check valve and stop valve. The salt water pumps shall be resilient mounted and easily accessed for service. Chilled water from the compressor units shall be piped to and from the air handlers using insulated reinforced marine grade hose or equal. Service valves should be installed between the air handlers and chilled water lines. It is critical that the insulation on the supply and return lines be unbroken for it's entire length without break at the supporting clips. Check air handler pans have drains in each corner to facilitate drainage when heeled. Grills for air conditioning, where exposed, are to be in keeping with the interior styling. Each unit shall have its own thermostat/controller switch for heating or cooling. All ducts shall be 127mm (5”) round/wire and mylar fabric shell with 12mm (1/2”) insulation or built in insulated plywood ducts where space is at a premium. Care shall be taken to provide for quiet operation. Units Required: 1 Frigomar Chilled Water Condensing Unit Model 603 (39000 BTU). 2 Frigomar Air Handlers Model 742 Type S (Total Cap 9000 BTU) for Fwd/Owners Cabin. 2 Frigomar Air Handlers Model 742 Type S (Total Cap 18000 BTU) for Saloon. 2 Frigomar Air Handlers Model 742 Type S (4800 BTU for each cabin) Aft Guest Cabins. 5 Bulkhead Mount Digital Controllers for Air Handlers. Mechanical Ventilation The mechanical supply and exhaust ventilation shall be through properly baffled grilles in the cabin house with water traps as designed by the Architect. Each ventilation outlet shall have portable storm closures with stand-offs. All ducts shall be sized for velocity not to exceed 1500 feet per minutes. All blowers shall be resilient mounted and noise shall be minimised. In the galley is an extractor hood that shall exhaust through a custom grill and baffle box in the coachroof coaming. The engine room shall have one exhaust fan, Par flange mount 24V dc. Engine room supply and exhaust air shall be ducted through grills, water traps, baffles and trunks as designed by the Architect. Exhaust air will vent P/S through grills in the coach roof side. Special care shall be taken to minimize noise transmission. Additional blowers as necessary for ventilation purposes, such as electronics enclosures shall be fitted by the Builder. Quantity and Type: 1 off Jabsco Heavy Duty Flangemount 4” Blower 7.1m3/min, 24 Volt. 8.2. Refrigeration System The refrigeration system shall be supplied by Frigomar Refrigeration. The freezer is to be maintained at -18 degrees C and the chill box at 4 degrees C with an ambient air temperature of 38 degrees C and sea water temperature of 26 degrees C under normal usage. Each box shall have its own temperature gauge located nearby. The refrigerator and freezer boxes are custom made and shall be constructed with stainless steel liners and insulation according to the refrigeration suppliers plans and specifications. Insulation thickness to be a minimum of 75mm (3”) for the freezer and 50mm (2”) for the fridge. The boxes will incorporate drains to a sump/bottle, and slide out bins/baskets with stops. The doors will lever style handles and suitable heavy-duty hinges. The freezer/refrigeration system shall operate using combination AC/DC driven compressors. They shall take suction from the engine room common sea chest and shall have a common overboard discharge with a non-return check valve and stop valve on each unit. The salt-water cooling circulation pumps shall be the continuous duty type and be resilient mounted and easily accessed for service. Refrigerant from the compressor units shall be piped to and from the evaporator plates using insulated copper pipe. It is critical that the insulation of the copper be unbroken for it's entire length without break at the supporting clips. A Frigomar icemaker will also be supplied and installed in the starboard aft saloon locker. Units Required: 2 Frigomar Mod. 505 S Compressors for Fridge and Freezer. 1 Evaporator Plate for Freezer. 1 Evaporator Plate for Fridge. 1 Raw Water Circulation Pump. 2 Bulkhead Mount Thermostat Controls (1 for each box). 2 Exterior/Remote Mounted Temp Gauges. 1 Custom Fridge Box. 1 Custom Freezer Box. * Pump & Condenser Hardware Specified by Supplier. 1 Frigomar IceMaker Mod. 3006 8.3. Hydraulic System The vessel will be fitted with two hydraulic systems. A Lewmar Commander system or equal for driving the primary services. A manual Navtec system or equal for driving the rig hydraulics. Main Hydraulic System. Lewmar Commander 400 or equal power pack located in the engine room for the following functions: 1. Furler (Reckman RF90-3). 2. Windlass (Lewmar Concept 3 Hyd, Flow 10-40 l/min, Max Pressure 175 bar). 3. Self Stowing Anchor Arm (Rotary Actuator for 64 kg.m). 4. Bow Thruster (Max-Power Mod. 315, Flow 28-35 l/min, Pressure 220-260 bar). 5. 2 Primary Winches (Lewmar 111/3AHST). 6. 2 Halyard Winches (Lewmar 66/3 AHST). 7. 1 Main Sheet Drum Winch (Lewmar LMS600, Flow 50 l/min, Max Pressure 140 bar). 8. 1 Main Halyard Drum Winch (Lewmar LMS600, Flow 50 l/min, Max Pressure 140 bar), (Subject to review with Sparmaker). 9. Lifting Keel Ram (To lift plus/minus 8.75 tons, Stroke 1.6m). 10. Transom Door ( 2 x –12FE Cylinders). Manual Hydraulic System. Navtec or equal, two speed hand pump for rig hydraulics with the following functions: 1. Backstays (2 x –22LE Cylinders). 2. Outhaul (-17FE Cylinder). 3. Vang (-40 Series 85A). 4. Genoa Halyard (-17LE Cylinder). Mast Jack Mast step jack (for mast load of 15000 kgs) to be Enerpac system or equal, to be pumped using separate hand pump. The system shall be engineered and supplied by the Hydraulics Supplier. The Builder shall be responsible for installation of the system, including piping. There is a power pack, a fluid reservoir, plus distribution manifolds with solenoid operated valves. Hydraulic motors for the winches, Leisure Furl boom and windlass shall be as supplied by those manufacturers. There will be a control panel in the aft cockpit for adjustment of these rigging functions. All hydraulic piping is to be neatly laid out with the maximum use of continuous, straight runs and support at regular intervals. All fittings shall be stainless steel as described in the Piping Systems Table. 8.4. Rudder & Steering Gear Custom composite steering pedestals to be installed for the cockpit steering position. Steering wheels to be carbon composite destroyer style or as approved by the Owner. To be covered with leather or rubber gripping as selected by the Owner. Wheel diameter is 1200mm (47”). Each pedestal to have one Richtie Globemaster FB500 flush mount compass. The steering shall consist of a rudder and a vectran rope system using vectran rope over a drum leading thru angled and articulated sheaves to the quadrant. Sheaves for cables to be Lewmar, or equal, and shall have a score diameter of not less than 8 times the diameter of the rope. Sheave foundations to be worked out in conjunction with the Architect. The steering quadrant shall be 450mm radius carbon composite fabrication clamped to a square section of the rudderstock. Quadrant shall have strong cushioned stops limiting the helm angle to 35° each side of center. There shall be no interferences in the steering system and it shall operate without noise at all times. Steering gear in general, and especially within 2m of the compass, shall consist solely of non-magnetic materials with guards at tangent points of all sheaves and elsewhere as required to prevent vectran line from becoming jammed. All wiring within the 2m radius shall be twisted to reduce any possible electro-magnetic influence on the compass. Special attention shall be given to lubrication of bearings and sheaves so that the entire assembly will operate freely. Details of bearing housings, stuffing box, etc. to be worked out in conjunction with the Architect. The rudderstock shall be supported by JP3 rudder bearings. Hull port rudder bearing housings to have suitable brackets to distribute the load. Stuffing box to be a double lip seal. The autopilot will be hydraulic and when activated will effect steering by a single hydraulic ram connected to an integral socket on the quadrant. 8.5. Fire Extinguishing Engine Room There shall be one automatic 1.5 kg FE-36 fire extinguisher for the engine room and one automatic 1.5 kg FE-36 fire extinguisher for the machinery room. A smoke alarm and heat sensor to be installed in the engine room and machinery room. These sensors are to be connected to the main alarm system as detailed. Accommodation There will be 4 portable 1.5 kg fire extinguishers. Extinguishers, in general to be located near exits. -Aft End of Owners Cabin. -Chart Table -Galley -Foyer of Guest Cabins Aft Fire Pump A suitable power driven pump doubles up as anchor/deck wash, installed outside the engine space, with sea and hose connections capable of delivering one jet of water to any part of the vessel through supplied hose and nozzle. See Bilge, Fire/Anchor Wash Section for details. Fire Bucket At least two fire buckets, may be metal, plastic or canvas. Fire Blanket One fire blanket in galley to BS 6575 - Light duty. Items Required: 2 Automatic Fire Extinguisher Firemaster Model GTFE1500 for Engine Room and Machinery Room. 4 Portable Fire Extinguishers Firemaster Model 1000PR for Accommodation. 1 Fire Blanket, Simpson Lawrence No. 3523400 or Equiv. Note: Equivalents may be used. 8.6. Stove Gas System The stove uses propane gas. Provision is to be made for two 5kg (10lb) propane bottles in gas tight locker with flush hatch and proper drainage. The propane bottles, regulator and solenoid valve to be as specified There will be a pressure regulator and remote operated solenoid shutoff valve located in the deck locker. Piping shall be solid drawn copper or stainless steel tube with the appropriate compression or screwed fittings recommended for general use in LPG installations, tube to be pushed thru a plastic conduit pipe to protect it from damage and shall be well supported by clips. Piping shall be continuous from the regulator to a short, flexible connection at the stove, this flexible pipe should conform to an appropriate standard. The solenoid valve should be activated from a control panel in the galley area, and shall have a light to indicate that the valve is open, and shall be located a safe distance from the stove. Two gas detectors to be fitted one in the lazzarette and one in the locker under the stove or under the galley sole. The gas detectors should be of the type which will be actuated promptly and automatically by the presence of a gas concentration in air not greater than 0.5 percent. All gas appliances should, where practicable, be fitted with flame failure devices. For further information on notices for emergency action see the ISO Small Boat Rules. Items Required: 2 x 5kg (10lb) Trident Marine Allum Gas Bottles. 1 Trident Marine Gas Control, Detector and Solenoid Unit Trident Marine Gas Detector Transducer
- Plumbing and Associated Systems
- 9.1. General Unless otherwise specified, piping, valves, fittings, etc. are to be in accordance with the Piping Systems Table given below. All piping must be clean at the time of installation and shall be pressure tested to an operating pressure of 1.5 times greater than normal pressure. Special care shall be taken in lying out and routing piping so that it is neat and orderly with valves, drains and connections readily accessible. Piping must not interfere with bilge access. Hose and plastic piping will be used to the greatest extent possible, as described below. Joints in CPVC piping, where not made with unions, shall be made with compression type fittings. Unions in polypropylene are to be made with manufacturer supplied welding system. Where hose is used for water and exhaust lines, connections shall be by double hose clamps with barbed ends, Aeroquip unions, or equal. Connections to moving machinery shall be flexible and as close to the moving part as practical. Watertight and engine room bulkhead penetrations to use NMP ROX cable and piping transit system fittings to maintain watertight integrity and sound insulation properties. Seacocks to be Forespar Marelon, fiberglass reinforced plastic, flush closing. Efforts will be taken to minimize the number of through-hull fittings by combining functions. Emergency plugs to be attached at each through-hull fitting. Through hulls are to be labeled showing function and a clear diagram provided showing precise location throughout the boat. Basket strainers and strainer plates on suction sea chests are to have net area of at least 2.5 times that of the suction pipe. Valves to be stainless steel or ABS approved plastic valves. Maximum use of ball valves shall be made where practical. Valves shall be labeled showing system, function and indicating normally open or normally closed. Check valves shall be of the ball type or spring type depending on application. Vented loops shall be fitted on all pump raw water/bilge overboard discharge lines with an open circuit (where able to siphon back into the bilge or piece of hardware, eg engines and bilge lines) to prevent siphoning. All piping shall be run in a tidy manner with due consideration given to service and access. All black and gray water lines to have end caps on straight runs for clean-out. All pipes are to be fully supported at regular intervals with proper pipe clamps and hangers. All hydraulic piping shall be isolated from the hull to minimize noise transmission. The following are suggested manufacturers for piping materials. The intent of this list is to establish a minimum standard for piping, fittings and valves. Alternative manufacturers complying to similar standards can be considered. Plastic piping - Nibco Chemtrol Plastic valves - Asahi, George Fischer, or Nibco Chemtrol Hydraulic hose - Aeroquip or Parker Hydraulic valves and fittings - Aeroquip or Parker Fuel and lube oil hose - Aeroquip Fuel and lube oil valves & fittings - Aeroquip or Worcester Pipe clamps and handers - Stauff (stainless steel) 9.2. Piping Piping Systems Table Salt Water - Pipe - Polypropylene or CPVC (schedule 80) - Joints - Heat welded polypropylene or solvent welded CPVC - Connections - Aluminum/plastic flanged, plastic/plastic unions - Sea Cocks - Valves Scupper Drains - Pipe - Joints - Fittings - Connections - Sea Cocks Black and Grey Water - Pipe - Joints - Connections - Sea Cocks- Valves Fresh Water (hot and cold) - Pipe - Joints - Connections - Valves Fire and Bilge - Pipe - Joints - Connections - Valves - Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) or Reinforced Polypropylene - Polypropylene or CPVC, true union ball type. GRP tube to 300mm above Dwl then marine grade hose Stainless steel hose connections N/A Short, double clamped neoprene hose at deck connection) N/A. - Polypropylene or CPVC (schedule 80) - Heat welded polypropylene or solvent welded CPVC - Plastic/plastic unions Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) or Reinforced Polypropylene - Polypropylene or CPVC, true union ball type. Whale or SeaTech quick connect system, (Insulated as necessary) - Quick Connects - Quick Connects - Polypropylene or CPVC, true union ball type. - Polypropylene or CPVC (schedule 80) - Heat welded polypropylene or solvent welded CPVC - Plastic/plastic unions - Polypropylene or CPVC or cerebrated stainless steel, true union ball type Hydraulic - Pipe Joints Fittings Valves - Seamless stainless steel tubing or marine grade hose,sized for system pressure - Socket welded for stainless steel or stainless steel hose connections - Stainless steel - Ball type. Diesel Oil and Lube Oil - Pipe - Joints - Fittings - Valves -Marine grade hose - Stainless steel hose connections - Stainless steel - Ball type. 9.3. Tank Gauges Water and fuel tanks to be equipped with Tank Tender pneumatic gauges. Gauges to be located at navigation area adjacent to the electrical panels or as directed. 9.4. Bilge, Fire & Anchor Wash The bilge system is to include one hand pump and one powered pump. In addition, there will be two dedicated automatic platform mounted pumps for the main bilge and the engine bilge. All pumps to be as specified in this section. All pumps shall discharge overboard through vented loops 300mm above full load waterline to obviate the need for seacocks. All suctions to have strainer boxes. The fore peak, lazarette, engine and main bilge compartment suctions shall be plumbed to a bilge manifold that is connected to the manual hand and mechanical powered pumps. The above mentioned bilge compartments shall have high level alarms. The engine room bilge will be separated from the main bilge, and oil drip pans shall be provided under the main engine and generator. The automatic platform mounted pumps for the main bilge and engine room bilge shall discharge directly overboard and shall have level switches for automatic operation and also a manual over ride switch. For the fire and anchor wash system, there shall be a powered pump located outside the engine room, this pump also serves as the backup for the fresh water system. There shall be hose connections inside the anchor locker hatch and inside a recess (also used for deck shower) with cover in the aft port cockpit side. Hose connections shall be plastic or stainless steel quick connect type with valves. Fire hose to be at least 19mm diameter and 21 metres long with suitable spray nozzle, deck wash hose of similar proportions may be used as fire hose. Hose to be stowed in lazarette. Items Required: 1 Manual Bilge Pump, Whale Gusher 30. 1 24 Volt Primary Bilge Pump, Gianneschi & Ramacciotti Model: CP 25. 2 Automatic Electric Bilge Pumps 1 for Main Bilge and 1 for Engine Bilge, Jabsco Par-Max 4 (24 Volt). 1 Electric Fire/Deckwash (Fresh Water Backup), Gianneschi & Ramacciotti Model: EcoJet 1 (24 Volt). 6 Whale Top Entry Strum Boxes with Integral Non-Return 4 High Level Alarms, Jabsco Hydro Air II Switch 2 Level Switches (for Auto Bilge Pumps),Jabsco Hydro Air II Switch, 9.5. Fresh Water System Tanks There shall be two 460 liter fresh water tanks for a total of 920 liters. The tanks are located under the saloon settees port and starboard. The tanks shall fill from 40mm (l-l/2'') recessed deck plates on main deck and shall have 25mm (1") diameter overflow goosenecks high under main deck which drain to bilge. Each tank shall have a 20mm (3/4") suction with shut-off valve on a manifold leading to the supply pump. Pumps The fresh water system shall have one 24 volt pressure pump with an accumulator tank. This primary pump shall be backed up by the Fire/Deckwash pump by means of three way valves. Both pumps to be fitted with pressure switches. The fresh water system shall supply all interior sinks, basins, showers, toilets, ice maker plus a deck shower located in the aft cockpit port side panel. System to operate off of the ship’s 24 volt DC battery system, with separate breakers on the main panel. There shall be a charcoal water filter in the system to filter all domestic water whether from tanks or shore hookup. Plumbing To be as called up in the General section and the Whale or SeaTech Quick Connect system using 22mm OD pipe. Hot water pipes to be insulated. Calorifier One 76 liter hot water heater fitted under aft galley counter. To be provided with 220 volt electric heating element and also fitted with a main engine jacket water heat exchanger. Pressure relief valve to be plumbed into nearest bilge bay. Water Maker A reverse osmosis desalinator will be supplied. Water supply for the desalinator is taken from the main salt water manifold. A fresh water flush for the membranes will be provided. Watermaker to be piped to fresh water manifold for distribution to water tanks. Misc. For connection to dockside pressure water, there shall be a fresh water shore connection leading below deck to a pressure reducing valve, Sen-Dure or equal, 3 bar. Connection shall be in the lazarette. There shall be fresh water hose connections (cold only) inside the fore peak hatch and inside the lazarette hatch, for fresh water wash down. These hose connections also serve as the fire main by setting the three way valves. Hose connections shall be plastic or stainless steel quick connect type with valves. Items Required: 1 Primary Water Pump, Gianneschi & Ramacciotti Ecojet 1 (With Tank)(24 Volt). 1 Calorifier, Atwood Mod. EH20-220. 1 Desalinator, HEM Series 20/1200 with a capacity of 4500 liters/day. 9.6. Black Water System Tanks The two black water tanks of 100 litres each shall be of stainless steel as per plan. Each tank shall have a 25mm (1") diameter vent that is led to the bootstripe via a loop. The forward tank will be dedicated to the owners and crew heads and the aft tank will be dedicated to the guest cabin heads. Pumps Each tank to have its own dedicated pump plumbed to a common manifold which then discharges directly overboard below the waterline through vented loops or to a deck plate for shore pump out through a Y-valve. The tanks shall be fitted with two diaphragm actuated high and low level switches which will actuate indicator lights and an audio alarm, (no automatic pump out). The pumps will be manually controlled. Plumbing The toilet system is to be supplied by Tecma. All piping is to be neatly laid out using hose supplied by the manufacturer or equal. It is important that the Builder insure that there is reasonable access to all components of the system to allow easy servicing. Items Required: 2 Black Water Pump, Gianneschi & Ramacciotti Model Eco 44-MV (24 Volt). 2 High Level Alarms, Head Hunter Sentry Fluid Level Monitors. 9.7. Grey Water System Tanks The two grey water tanks of 75 litres each shall be of stainless steel construction as per plan. Each tank shall have a 25mm (1") diameter vent that is led to the bootstripe via a loop. The forward tank will be dedicated to the owners and crew heads and the aft tank will be dedicated to the guest cabin heads and galley. Pumps Each tank shall have its own dedicated pump fitted with a diaphragm actuated high and low level switch to control the sump pump and a high level alarm switch for the panel. Operation to be automatic, with an over ride switch to permit manual operation. Grey water pumps are to discharge directly overboard below the waterline through vented loops. Plumbing Basins and showers in the Owner, Guest and Crew heads shall have suitable water traps and shall drain to the sump tanks via a fine mesh hair filter installed between the tanks and a drain manifold. Where showers cannot naturally drain to a sump tank, a sump with transfer pump is to be provided at the shower pan with an automatic float switch. Access to the pump and switch should be provided. Air conditioning condensate and refrigerator condensate pans from chill and freeze boxes shall drain to the sump tanks via traps, if height permits. The galley sink shall discharge to the sump tank or directly overboard through a Y-valve. Items Required: 2 Grey Water Pumps, Gianneschi & Ramacciotti Model CP 20 (24 Volt). 2 High Level Alarms, Head Hunter Sentry Fluid Level Monitors. 2 Level Switches, Head Hunter Sentry Fluid Level Monitors. 9.8. Fuel Oil System Tanks There shall be two 445 liter fresh diesel tanks for a total of 890 liters. The tanks are located under the aft guest cabin centerline bunks. To have suitable baffle plates, manhole plates, fill pipes, vents, and fuel line all to the approval of the Architect. Sufficient manhole access plates shall be installed for proper cleanout of tanks, particularly at low points in way of suctions. Lightening holes in baffles to be arranged to allow all points of tanks to be reached for cleaning. Tanks to be equipped with Tank Tender pneumatic gauges. Gauges to be located at navigation area adjacent to the electrical panels or as directed. Fuel Oil Piping Fuel selector valves on the fuel oil manifold to be installed to allow selection of port or starboard tank. Fuel return line to go to both tanks via manifold. Fuel line from the tank manifold will incorporate a check valve and a solenoid valve with a manual by-pass valve for emergency shut-off. Fuel manifold is to be of stainless steel construction. Fuel valves to be of stainless steel ball valves for supply and return. Piping between fuel manifold and engine and fuel manifold and generator, including returns, are to be of stainless steel with a short section of flexible hose, Flexonics RW81 or equal. End fittings to mate exactly with those on the main engine, generator and strainers. The tanks shall fill through deck fills, one on the port side and one on the starboard side. Fills are to be ID51mm hose filling directly into tanks, located as shown on the plans. Label plates marked "DIESEL FUEL" to be installed at each fill or shall be integral with the deck fill. The ID25mm vents shall run from the highest point of the tank to the overflow discharge fittings located in the bootstripe. Suction lines are to be ID13mm with separate shut-off at tank with reach to accessible location if required. Fuel return hoses to be ID10mm. Fuel Filters Racor duplex fuel filters, model number 75/900MAV to be fitted between fuel tank selection manifold and motors. System to be fitted with bypass valves to allow the replacement of cartridges while underway. 9.9. Deck Drains & Scuppers Forward cockpit scuppers to consist of two pipes, 50mm diameter reinforced rubber tube draining overboard through glassed in grp spigots. Aft cockpit to drain directly overboard thru transom. Cockpit scuppers to have stainless steel deck fittings set flush in to the teak decking with below deck grp spigots with double clamped neoprene hose. Additional, small drains and/or scuppers shall be installed as necessary to drain the cockpit seats, the flush deck hatch gutters, the propane locker and the built-in vent boxes. The cockpit seat scuppers shall drain to the cockpit sole.
- 10.1. General This electrical specification forms part of the total vessel specification and is to be read in conjunction with all other relevant sections and drawings. The intent of this section of specification is to ensure that the completed electrical installation meets the minimum standard consistent with the expectation for a high quality yacht of this type. The installation will be convenient to operate, easy to maintain and provide a high degree of reliability. The vessel is intended for extended private cruising with the ability to provide safety and comfort for 6 guests and 2 crew. Electrical systems to be installed on board are: 24 volt DC Services, two wire insulated return. 12 volt DC Services, two wire insulated return. 220 volt AC, 1 phase, 50Hz, 3 wire with neutral earthed but non-hull return. All cables, switch gear and ancillary equipment supplied and installed as part of the electrical installation should, wherever practical, have a marine "Type Approval". The DC electrical system s