Little Princess Isabella of Denmark
75' Specification and Standard Equipment List
Welcome please, our shipyard located at the Black sea Feodosia, Crimea, Ukraine
The company is shipyard that specializes in production of high-speed dynamically supported vessels (hydrofoils, hovercrafts, vessels with air-cavities) planning boats, pleasure yachts and boats with hull made of aluminum-magnesium alloy. The company is the biggest in the Ukraine in its field.
The considerable part of its production is warships: patrol boat "Grif" and antisubmarine hydrofoil crafts "Antares" and "Sokol", and multi-purpose hovercrafts, including small amphibious landing craft "Zubr" that doesn't have analogues in the world.
? From our building berths came down such well-known passenger hydrofoils as "Raketa", "Kometa", "Voskhod", "Cyclone" and "Olympia". Their total amount composes 40% of vessels built in the world.
? The hydrofoils "Kometa", built at the end of the 60s - the beginning of the 70s, are still in operation in Greece, Cuba.
The company possesses technical and manufacturing potential that ensures the most difficult tasks solution in creating high-speed vessels and ships applying the newest technologies such as:
? Mathematical designing methods and transparent loftsman-techological preproduction with the application of CAD/CAM systems;
? mechanized methods of forming polysurfaces;
? the finishing plasma arc cutting;
? laser control and centering methods in mechanic-assembling manufacture;
? one-sided methods of constructions welding in all space positions with deep melting-through.
Design calculation I am create according Germanisher Lloyd Register, using "Maxsurf" Naval Architecture integrated software.
Length L.O.A 22.85 m (75.00’)
Length W.L. 19.77 m (64.87’)
Beam 5.70 m (18.70’)
Draft 2.75 m (9.00’)
Displacement: 43,000 kg (94,800 lbs.)
Ballast: 15,700 kg (34,610 lbs.)
Sertification CE regulations Category “A - Ocean”.
Year Built: Delivery 2011
Builder: PS Design
Designer: Pavel shaposhnikov
Construction calculation: Germanisher lloyd
The hull is aluminium made.
The hull structure shall be constructed of aluminium. In general, the following
types shall be used for aluminium Structural shapes.
In general there shall be no sharp edges left on any metal structure.
The hull construction specified by the Designer and Structural Engineers is designed to meet or exceed full CE regulations Category “A - Ocean”.
Welding shall be to LLOYD’S and MCA standards, using the Builder's latest
techniques and practices.
The vessel's framing shall be of the transverse and longitudinal system throughout. The
structure shall consist of plating and shapes as required to meet LLOYD’S design
requirements for vessels of this type.
The hull bulkheads shall be arranged as shown on the contract drawings. All
bulkheads shall have properly sized stiffeners to comply with LLOYD’S & MCA
All penetrations through watertight bulkheads shall be installed strictly in
accordance with LLOYD’S requirements.
The hull shall incorporate integral tanks for Fuel, Water and other tanks as
specified. Where required by the LLOYD’S & MCA rules, the Builder shall fabricate and
install cofferdams between tanks holding Fresh water and other types of liquids.
The girders for the main engines shall be designed to be a structural member of the
hull with sufficient strength and rigidity.
The vessel will be painted in accordance with good marine practice with coatings
provided by an internationally recognized paint manufacturer, such as Hempel, Jotun, and
All windows are constructed of toughened safety glass - The main saloon windows are double glazed to give extra insulation and to minimise condensation.
All hull and deck surfaces are lined to provide some comfort. All bilge areas are flowcoated in grey or white for cleanliness and all cabin sole areas are accessible via access panels. All hatches are edge sealed and varnished or painted on both sides. All wood surfaces are varnished, lacquered, or painted as appropriate to best boat building practices.
Guest Areas: Glossy varnished teak raised panels and glass paneled
Interior Floors: Glossy varnished teak with holly seam lines and perimeter.
Heads: Painted wall panels and cabinet doors with the vanity base
cabinet and wall cabinets finished in glossy varnished teak.
Silestone head counter and backsplash.
Galley: Silestone counter tops with painted cabinet doors and
varnished teak faces and carcasses. Glossy varnished teak
refrigerator and freezer boxes.
Decks: Natural teak with black Sikaflex seams.
Hull: Painted Awlgrip Black with the cabin house painted
Mainsail: 110.0 sq. m (1180 sq. ft.)
100% Forw. Triangle : 113.3 sq. m (1220 sq. ft.)
Asymmetrical: 343.0 sq. m (3700 sq. ft.)
SPARS, RIGGING & SAIL HANDLING
Mast and Boom: Aluminium mast and carbon fiber boom
in-boom furling system (Option*)
Furler: Reckman RF 90-3
Deck Gear: Antal / Lewmar
Winches: 4 Lewmar two speed electric winches (primary / secondary)
2 Lewmar two speed hydraulic winches (foredeck / mast)
2 Lewmar two speed hydraulic captive winches (main sheet
and main halyard)
Main Engine: 1 x 250 HP Volvo diesel engine type D4-225 Prop.shaft
Propellers: Volvo 4-blade, 32”
Rudder, STEERING GEAR
The leather covered stainless steel wheel controls a solid rod steering system providing direct steering to the rudder quadrant. The rudder is semi-balanced and protected by a substantial half skeg. This gives light yet positive steering, whilst providing protection for the rudder itself. The rudder blade is GRP, with Kevlar reinforcement. It is bonded to a solid shaft, with top and bottom bearings. An emergency tiller fits directly onto the top of the rudder shaft, which is accessed via a stainless deckplate. There is a friction brake on the wheel.
AUXILLIARY MACHINERY & ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Generators: Northern Lights 20 kW M 844 LW 2
Electricity: 120 / 240 VAC single phase, 60hz
Batteries: 2500 Amp Hr 24VDC
TANK CAPACITIES (approximate)
Fuel: 2384 liters (542 gals)
Water: 1673 liters (442 gals)
Hot water: 88 liters (20 gals)
Black and gray water: 176 liters (80 gals)
All stainless steel fabrications are in finest marine 316-grade stainless steel, mirror polished. The stainless steel pulpit rail is the “Swedish” style opening (with safety chain)
Steering System: Jefa transmission steering system
Bow Thruster: Lewmar15KW (20 hp)
Fuel Filters: Racor
Bilge Pump: Rule / Whale / Oberdorfer
Anchor Wash Pump: Groco 7.0 GPM
Waste Pump: SeaLand T Pump Sani Pump
Heads: Tecma Silent Plus Short / Tecma Silence Short Cut
Air Conditioning: Marine Air
Eight (8) reverse cycle units – 14,000 to 7,000 BTU capacities
Watermaker Sea Recovery Ultra Whisper Modular 600-1 (*Option)
SAFETY & SECURITY EQUIPMENT
Fire Fighting: FirePro 2KG mounted in engine room compartment
Watertight Bulkheads: Water tight bulkheads are located engine room, forepeak,lazarette
VHF: Icom IC-M504 with HM0162 B/SW remote control
GPS: Garmin 5208
Chart Plotter: 4 x Garmin 5212 radar plotters, 2 mounted in PH nav.
station and 2 mounted on steering pedestal
Autopilot: Simrad AP 26 with two control heads, located at nav.
station and starboard of the helm pedestal
Radar: (Option*) Garmin GMR 24 HD radome mounted on mast at first set
Digital Sounder: Garmin GSR 22
Weather Receiver: (Option*) Garmin Marine Network system interfaced with Garmin
GDL 30/30A XM WX / stereo receiver.
Wind Instruments: B&G Hydra Cruise pack
Anchor Windlass: 2 x Lewmar Sprint 3000 windlasses with hydraulic rotating actuator.
Ground Tackle: 1 x Delta 110 lbs.
1 x Fortress FX 85
1 x Fortress FX 23
350’ 1/2” hi-tensile link, galvanized link chain
30’1/2” hi-tensile link, galvanized link chain with 200’ nylon braid
20’ 3/8” high tensile link galvanized chain with 150’ nylon braid
WATER & DOCK ACCESS
Swim Ladder: Custom folding stainless steel ladder
Galley: 1 x GE Profile Spacemaker II microwave
1 x Techimpex Marine Range (4 burner)
1 x Broan SS range hood
1 x Broan trash compactor
1 x Fisher Paykel dishwasher
Refrigeration: Custom insulated refrigerator and freezer boxes with cold
plate system in galley
Laundry: Miele washer and condensing dryer
Bar: Custom 12 bottle wine cooler with cold plate system in pilothouse
TENDER Garage (Option*)
LAYOUT & ACCOMODATION
Aft Cabin: Features a centerline berth with port and starboard settees,
custom hanging lockers, bureaus and storage, with a desk
located starboard and a mounted flat screen TV to port.
There is a private head with separate shower.
Forward Cabin: Features a centerline berth with port and starboard settees,
hanging lockers, bureaus and storage. There is a centerline
overhead mounted hinged flat screen television and a
private head and separate shower.
Crew Cabin: Features upper and lower single berths and private head
with shower. There is also watertight door access to the engine room.
Galley: Located aft of the main salon to port.
Saloon: Forward of pilothouse and located down a flight of stairs,
the saloon features a lounge to port and a dining area to
starboard. Flush mounted flat screen forward to port.
Pilothouse: On deck level, the pilothouse has a dining area to port and
navigation to starboard. There is a bar area located aft of
the navigation station.
- 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.