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2011 105 (ft.) CNP Naumachos Naumachos 105

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General Information

Listing# 38993

Price
9 500 000,00 €
Location
Unknown, Italy
Manufacturer
CNP Naumachos
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2011
Category
Motor Yachts
Designer
Sergio Cutolo of HydroTec Creative Naval Architect
Model
Naumachos 105
Status
New
Length
105 (ft.)
Beam
25.92
LOA
106
Hull Material
Steel
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
C18
Number of Engines
2

General Details

55+ years of modern shipbuilding experience has allowed Cantiere Navale di Pesaro, S.p.A to develope their successful Naumachos line of long range explorer yachts. Featured in this online brochure is the Naumachos 105' long range explorer.

Currently we have a Naumachos 105' that is 75% completed and can be successfully delivered in 9 months from the time a client commits to the project. The reason it will take 9 months is due to the fact the interior layout can still be decided in 4 or 5 cabin layouts, and the custom decor installed after the client meets with the in house design team.

A small ship disguised as a yacht, the Naumachos line of yachts excell with their large cruising range of 6,000-10,00nm combined with Italian interior design style. A full displacement steel hull equipped with zero speed stablization,an optional diesel electric hybrid propulsion system, and a 'go anywhere mentality' - the Naumachos 105' has been constructed with the intention of having a minimal impact on the environment while travelling in comfort with luxury accomodations.

CNP is unique in that each yacht's interior is completely customized specifically for the individual buyer. With over 7 successfully delivered projects in the Naumachos line of yachts, we have produced a variety of interior decors from contemporary & modern, to classical. Crew quarters are finished in the same quality that's found in the guest accomodations, assuring that the captain and crew also travel in comfort during extensive passages.

Large exterior decks can be configured to include lounge spaces, dining areas, an entertainment deck with full bar/BBQ/jacuzzi, while leaving plenty of room for up to a 21' tender, 2 jet skis, + additional toys. The extremely large beam allows for an interior volume typically found on yachts with a much larger length overall and the same goes for the vast sundeck.

Only the best technology & navigational equipment is found in the wheelhouse which offers great visibility. Top of the line audio visual systems such as Crestron are found throughout the interior, and commercial grade galley equipment finalize the Naumachos 105' as a leader in global cruising.

Note: Additional GA's, brochures and interior & exterior pictures of completed projects are available upon request. Perspective buyers: please let me know what interior decor style appeals to you and I would be happy to supply you with high resolution, professional photographs.

Specifications

Dimensions
Displacement: 226 tons
Engines
Total Power: 456
Tanks
Fuel: 16,907 gallons Fresh Water: 3,170 gallons Holding: 1,281 gallons
Main Systems & Propulsion
Engine 2 x Caterpillar C18 Continous Duty 339kW(456 hp) @1800 rpm Gear Box 2 x ZFW 350 Generator 2 x Kohler 70EFOZD 70kW Fuel system separator Alfa Laval (600 l/h) Desalination plant 2 x Idromar MC3J max daily capacity ab 8,600l - 2,271 gal US Black water treatment system Hamann Mini L frame Bilge Separator DVZ 150 FSU Construction Steel / aluminium Stabilisation Quantum Stabilizers, ZeroSpeed (Stability at anchor) Bow Thruster Electrical bow thruster 50 kW Air conditioning system Enafroid 310,000 BTU
Performance
Maximum continuous speed 12 knots Cruising speed 11 knots Maximum Range 10.000 nm @ 9 knots
Deck Equipment
Vertical Windlass Maxwell model VWC8000 electrical Capstan Maxwell model VC6000 electrical Tender (and rescue boat) 1 jet-tender Castoldi 21’ Second tender 1 jet-tender Castoldi 14’ Toys 2 x SEA-DOO GTX 4TEC Crane Electro-hydraulic crane maximum load capacity 1850 kg
Accomodations
Master cabin n° 1 Vip cabin n° 1 Guest cabin/bed n° 2/6 Crew cabin/bed n° 2/5 Captain cabin/bed n° 1/1
Classification
RINA or Lloyd’s Register and MCA compliance The Yacht will be built in accordance with the SSC Rules of Lloyd’s Register of Shippping and in compliance with the MCA LY2 Code (UK) “Short Range”current at the time of signing of the Agreement and will be suitable for short range navigation with following class notation: ô€€¿100 A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6 MCH It should be noted that even in the absence of specific description or elaboration in this preliminary document, it is incumbent upon the Builder to ensure compliance with the above notation.
Communication Systems
VHF FM-8800 S RADIOTELEPHONE SSB FS-1570 DSC NAVTEX NX-700 INMARSAT FLEET 55 FELCOM 50 LOUD HAILER FURUNO LH-3000 EPIRB MC MURDO E5 SMARTFIND PHONECELL MODULO GSM / GPRS TV SAT SEA-TEL MOD. C24
Phone System
CENTRAL TDA 100 EQ. 0/0 TDA0180 EXTERNAL ANALOGICAL LINES TDA0174 INTERNAL CARD FOR 16 ANALOGAL TELEPHONES (SLC16)
Entertainment
Saloon • N. 1 TV LCD 42” • N. 1 Doldy surround Bose or equivalent • N. 1 Tuner AM/FM • N. 1 amplifier for dolby system included No 2 couple external marine speakers • N. 1 Decoder SAT (no pay TV) • N. 1 DVD player Sky lounge • N. 1 TV Lcd 42” • N. 1 Dolby surround bose • N. 1 amplifier • N. 1 Decoder SAT (no Pay TV) • N. 1 DVD player Sun Deck • N. 1 Car Audio (waterproof) • N. 3 couple of external marine speakers WheelHouse • N. 1 Car audio • N. 2 Speakers Vip Cabin • N. 1 TV LCD 32” • N. 1 DVD pleayer • N. 1 Decoder (no Pay TV) Guest Cabin (No 2) For each cabin • N. 1 TV LCD 20” • N. 1 DVD player • N. 1 Decoder (no Pay TV) Owner Cabin • N. 1 TV LCD 32” • N. 1 DVD Player • N. 1 Decoder (no Pay TV) Capitan Cabin • N. 1 TV LCD 20” • N. 1 DVD player • N. 1 Decoder (no Pay TV) Dinette • N. 1 TV LCD 20” • N. 1 Decoder (No Pay TV) • N. 1 DVD player • N. 1 CCTV monitor Galley • N. 1 TV LCD 20” • N. 1 Decoder (No Pay TV) • N. 1 DVD player • N. 1 CCTV monitor
Navigational Devices
Radar 1 • RADAR CHART PLOTTER FURUNO M1954C B.B • MONITOR 17’ • ARPA AUTOPLOTTER ARP-11 Radar 2 • RADAR CHART PLOTTER FURUNO M1944C B. • MONITOR 17’ Navigation Software • PERSONAL COMPUTER per SW NavNet MaxSea • UPS per PERSONAL COMPUTER • MONITOR 17’ • SOFTWARE NAVNET MAXSEA COMMANDER • MOBILE MODULE (ARPA, AIS, Boe GPS) GPS • GPS FURUNO GP 150 Network Fishfinder • NETWORK SOUNDER DFF1 • TRANSDUCER THRU HULL BRONZE Compass • SATELLITE COMPASS SC-50 Autopilot and Accessories • AUTOPILOT C-PLATH 4000 • FEEDBACK • LEVER LINKAGE FOR FEEDBACK • RUDDER INDICATOR WHEELHOUSE • FU MINI WHEEL FOR WINGS
Boat Monitoring System
A monitoring system, selected by the ownership and in compliance with the shipyard by the maximum limit of established amount, type Allen Bradley or equivalent, with touch screen display are installed into the bridge front and shows the following main features: Check every area for bilge water; Check tanks and double storage for oil level; Check tanks for drinkable water level; Check for black liquid level; Smoke detector alarm; Check storage tank for grey water and black liquid level; Fire detection signalled by manually controlled alarms; Ignition position of the start-up lights with microlights; Low emergency battery life alarm; Detailed information on hull and propelling system services to monitor all the boat hull systems; Main stop for all the extractors and fans; Bilge/fire motor-driven pump start and stop Power main generators Check opening port-holes
Summary of Console Instrumentation
Main engine controls The diesel engines throttle shall be electronic as supplied by engine manufacturer. Control stations shall be: in the wheelhouse, the wing steering stations The engine room monitoring panel and the instruments for the engines shall be as supplied by engine manufacturer. Wheelohouse instrument panel The wheelhouse instrument panel shall contain instruments for: control panels window wipers operator workstations monitoring system propulsion controls emergency order telegraph duty / bridge alarm panel rudder angle indicators control panel bow thruster control panel and hand wheel steering gear operating panel stabiliser system VHF radiotelephone with handset remote control panel search light echo-sounder and changeover switch master station one way communication system telephone gyro compass repeater auto-pilot speed log indicators anemometer system push button for tyfon emergency stop for supply fans, accommodation fans and fuel pumps integrated in the safety station emergency stop for main engines, bow thrusters, general alarm panel and remote control for fire pumps (chain washing) shall be installed in separate racks in the wheelhouse switch panel for outside lighting ventilation system access panel for servicing the equipment Wing station control panels The Bridge Wing consoles (port and starboard close to Wheelhouse) shall be installed with: control levers propulsion systems remote control for the bow thruster (direction) rudder control (tiller) rudder angle indicator control panels are illuminated. Engine revolution indicator Emergency stop push button for main engines Access panels will be built into the units for servicing of the equipment. Emergency steering position The Lazarette Emergency Steering Position shall have: Rudder Angle indicator Intercom with headset Sound powered telephone connected to wheelhouse Measurement transmitter Each tank is fitted with a tank level transmitter. Certain tanks where appropriate to operation (eg DS tanks) will have two level alarms. Transmitters to be able to supply digital informations to monitoring system.
Miscellaneous Equipment
The following equipments are also included: a full set of signal flags; 2 axes; 3 washing hoses; 1 set of rescue flares; A full set of interior spring mattresses; Lateral side ladder starboard external to the hull The standard selection of spare parts, if provided by the producers of the installed facilities
Generators
N.2 diesel generating sets to be installed with the following power: - 2 x KOHLER 70EFOZD 70 kW @ 1500 rpm, 50 Hz, power factor 0,8, normal duty - 1 x KOHLER 23EFOZD 23KW Final size shall be determined after completion of electric load analysis In general, the generators shall supply the necessary electric power to the network as follows: - normal sea going 1 diesel generating sets - manoeuvring 2 diesel generating sets - at anchor-port 1 diesel generating sets
Diesel Propulsion
The propulsion system consists of two (2) non-reversible Diesel engines four stroke, turbo charged, after cooled main engines driving two (2) fixed pitch propellers through two (2) independent gearboxes Each engine is to be resiliently mounted. A flexible coupling is to be provided between each engine and gearbox. The engine are to include suitable flexible elements in all connecting piping. The main engines are suitable to burn fuel oil type DMA as per ISO 8217. Main Diesel engines to meet IMO regulations on NOx emissions (Regulation 13 of Annex VI of MARPOL 73/78) The main Diesel engines are to be equipped with: - Fresh water cooling system with engine driven pump thermostat and fresh water/sea water heat exchanger - Seawater cooling system with engine driven pump - lubricating oil system with engine driven pump, built-on lubricating oil cooler, duplex lube oil filter and prelubricating oil pump. - Fuel oil system with engine driven pump, fuel cooler, duplex fuel filter - Electric start. - Standard instrument panel The lubricating oil coolers are to be cooled by the engine fresh water system. Each engine is to be fitted with hand barring gear as appropriate. Engine Characteristics: Caterpillar 3406E or equivalent Max rated power 336 kW @ 1800 rpm Cooling fresh water/sea water Starting electric The power of engines is to be referred to the following engine room conditions • Barometric pressure: 0,1 MPa • Relative humidity: 60% • Ambient air temperature: 45 °C • Sea water temperature: 32°C ISO 3046 will be applied. In addition to the above mentioned description the following equipment will be provided according to Manufacturer standard for luxury type yacht application: Digital instrument panel Second analog instrument panel for Engine Room Alternator mounted on the engine Diesel transfer pump Water separation filter Elastic mounting The output of the main engines shall be tested at the engine makers test bench according to Classification requirements. Operating time of the main propulsion engine at loads above the maximum continuous rating power is subjected to time restriction according to Manufacturer’s prescription in order to guarantee the TBO established by the Manufacturer. Main propulsion Diesel engine instrumentation as per Classification requirements.
Reduction Gears
Two (2) reduction gearboxes type ZF W-350-1 are to be installed. The gearboxes are to be single input, single output configuration. Gear elements are to be single helical, hardened and ground. Adequate inspection openings are to be provided to allow inspection of all gearing. Gearboxes and their services are to be suitable for operation in trailing mode, i.e. with only one engine and propeller driving. Electrically driven standby gearbox lubricating oil pumps are to be provided. The gearing is to incorporate the following per set: • Integral wet oil sump • Directly driven oil pump • Oil cooler • Duplex oil filters with magnetic inserts • Oil operated Friction clutch The clutch is to be provided with local and remote control. Suitable interlocks are to be provided to prevent inadvertent operation of the clutch. The clutch is to disengage automatically on low pressure of the operating fluid. If necessary to meet noise criteria the gearbox will be flexibly mounted. The reduction ratio shall be established in order to attain a propeller speed that will be defined after the propeller design optimisation. Gearboxes instrumentation as per Classification requirements. According to the type of foundation chosen for the main engine and the reduction gear, the thrust bearing shall be independent or built in the reduction gear.
Survival Craft
Two life rafts, provided with a hydrostatic hook, are supplied and installed on the upper deck in compliance with what foreseen by the Classification Society Life jackets, for a total of 18 people, are stowed in special compartments. Four life belts, two of them provided with light ropes and buoys. Everything is in compliance with the regulations indicated by the Flag Authority.
Certificates
In accordance with the foregoing, the Builder shall deliver the following certification: • Builder’s Certificate • Certificate of Class • Certificates and Documents specifically required for this type of Vessel by Flag Authorities, except for what concerns Owner’s supplies. • Certificates of materials and equipment used in construction and fit-out, as may be requested by Class and Flag, except items of Owner’s supply • Statement of compliance to ‘The Large Commercial Large Yacht Code (LY2)’ issued by Lloyd’s Register of Shipping or MCA • International Tonnage Certificate (ITC 69) • International Load Line Certificate (ILLC 66/88), as amended by the Code of Flag Administration • International Safety Radio Certificate + GMDSS (A1+A2+A3); A relevant authorization for the radio communications according the provision of art. 29 of the Italian Law n° 271 of 18 July 2005 should issued for the registration as pleasure vessel in private use • International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate (incl. SOPEP) (MARPOL 73 + 78 Protocol + Amend) • Compass deviation cards • Certificates of nautical instruments including: lantern certificates,compass certificates • Certificates of fire fighting equipment • Test certificates for all items of equipment indicating SWL’s (safe working load) • Certificates of anchors, chains, windlasses and warping winches • Navigation lights Certification The Builder may request derogation for any of the above-listed certificates.
Rules & Regulations Complying With
The Vessel shall be registered as Pleasure vessel in private use under: U.K.flag The Yacht shall additionally comply with the following rules, regulations and codes, together with any amendments, annexes and resolutions thereto which have been published for ratification on or before the date of signing of the Agreement: • United Kingdom’s Maritime and Coastguard Agency (M.C.A.): ‘The Large Commercial Yacht Code (LY2)’.(Short Range) • ICLL / International Convention on Load Lines 1966 and 1988 Protocol, as amended, and as amended by the relevant Flag Administration Code. • USCG Regulations for Foreign Vessels only as regards Pollution Prevention and Sanitation Device regulations (ref. CFR Sect. 33) without certificates and inspections and with the exception of any requirement conflicting with the GAP. • GMDSS / Global Maritime Distress and Safety Systems regulations (A1+A2+A3) as applicable. • MARPOL 73-78 / International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, (Annex I (IOPP); Annex IV (sewage); Annex V (garbage); • COLREG / International Regulations for Preventing Collision at Sea – 1972, as amended • International Tonnage Measurements of Ships, 1969 Above rules and regulations are intended to be applied as far as requested by the Flag Administration and by Class for this particular type of vessel.
Noise Limits
Noise targets The Builder has to achieve the following noise targets. The values stated below have to be intended in dB(A) and measured following the procedures stated in the IMO Code on Noise Levels on Board. Two different operating conditions will be measured: • Transit condition o Motor Yacht cruising in quiet sea (sea state less than 2) and calm wind (wind force less then Beaufort 3) o Design draught o Speed: 10 knots o unrestricted deep sea waters o straight course, limited rudder angle (max. 2 degrees to each side) o fully furnished o exterior doors shut o air conditioning in cabins in normal operating conditions o bow thruster not in operation o excluding human activity • Harbour conditions o Yacht at rest with calm sea and no wind o 1 sound enclosed Generating Set running o air conditioning in cabins in normal operating conditions, engine room ventilation in harbor mode o At anchor roll stabilizers switched off o Doors and windows closed o No manoeuvring and human activities NOISE LIMITS IN DIFFERENT YACHT’S OPERATING CONDITIONS – dB(A) TRANSIT HARBOUR Owner’s cabin 65 dB (A) 50 dB (A) Guest and VIP cabins 65 dB (A) 55 dB (A) Crew cabins 70 dB (A) 55 dB (A) Saloon/Dining 70 dB (A) 55 dB (A) Sky Lounge 70 dB (A) 55 dB (A) Bridge Wheelhouse 70 dB (A) 55 dB (A) Engine Room 110 dB (A) 105 dB (A) Outside Seating Areas (Aft deck) 80 dB (A) 70 dB (A) Seating Areas (Fly) 70 dB (A) 60 dB (A) Captain’s Cabin 70 dB (A) 55 dB (A) Crew Mess 70 dB (A) 55 dB (A) The noise level in all the sanitary spaces and dressing rooms located in or adjacent to the above mentioned areas shall not be more of than 3 dB above the stated level of the corresponding area. The noise levels in all the spaces not mentioned above shall be in accordance with IMO Code 468 (XII) under the same conditions as set out above. The noise level in the above-written scheme should have a tollerance of ± 3dB
Performance
Speed The Yacht, at the Standard Displacement, is to have a maximum speed of 12.0 knots, with the propulsion motors developing abt. 100% of the max rated power under the following conditions: o clean hull o unrestricted deep sea waters with a temperature of 20°C o calm sea and wind not exceeding Beaufort 2 o active stabilisers switched off o ISO 3046-1 standard is applied as for Prime Movers of the following performances: - Maximum continuous speed 12,5 knots - Cruising speed at 1600 rpm 11,0 knots Range The Yacht’s calculated cruising range, with 3% fuel capacity remaining (inclusive of storage and service tanks), to be: - at cruising speed about 6.000 miles - at 10 knots about 9.500 miles - at 9 knots about 10.000 miles under the following conditions: • clean hull • unrestricted deep sea waters with a temperature of 20°C • calm sea and wind not exceeding Beaufort 2 • active stabilisers switched off • ISO 3046-1 standard is applied as for Prime Movers The reference draught for the range calculation will be the half load draught. The above characteristics shall be regarded as preliminary and liable of minor alterations, to the decision by the Builder, whenever the Builder deems them necessary to meet the provisions on speed and stability
Company Mission Statement
The Naumachos is the result of a great love for the sea. A love that leaves everything else behind, in the wake of long sailing trips where it is possible to see the world from a different perspective. The sea can offer sensations that can never be truly felt on land; a voyage at sea is an experience that makes people grow, offering them the chance to discover a world that has remained unchanged for thousands of years. And it is this spirit, dedicated to discovery, that is behind the development of the Naumachos line of Exploration Yachts that are truly one of a kind: solid and able to withstand any weather conditions, with great autonomy and able to offer luxurious on-board accommodation with every comfort. These boats are devised to travel around the world, for living at sea while respecting the environment, in total freedom and complete safety. The philosophy behind this design is the idea of creating a comfortable floating home that will stand up to extreme conditions at sea. Every yacht can be customised as far as the choices of furnishing lines and materials, equipment, motors, electronics and hull color are concerned. The Naumachos 105 allows even the less experienced sailor to enjoy the pleasure of navigation, and to savour it to the fullest. It is in strong winds and with a choppy sea that this boat is best appreciated, thanks to excellent weight distribution and a wide beam that not only means stability, but also allows particularly accommodating interiors with large volumes. Moreover, the Naumachos 105 has two anti-rolling fins along the bottom to assure a smooth ride even in the worst coditios. The shipyard offers two basic versions: the Cruiser and the Charter. Just a short sailing trip is all you need to fully understand the ethos of this yacht. A displacement boat with great autonomy, able to cross the Pacific or Atlantic Oceans and deal with any sea conditions, guaranteeing excellent comfort to the guests on board. A design that reflects a great passion for travel and for life at sea enabled by the CNP’s fifty years old ship building experience.
Additional Information
The sea is everything. It covers seven tenths of the terrestrial globe. Its breath is pure and healty. It is an immense desert, where man is never lonely, for he feels life stirring on all sides. (Jules Verne)
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.