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2009 130 (ft.) WESTPORT Tri-Deck Motoryacht

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General Information

Listing# 92992

Price
$15,995,000.00
Location
Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States
HIN
US-WPS04001B809
Manufacturer
WESTPORT
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2009
Category
Motor Yachts
Designer
William Garden
Model
Tri-Deck Motoryacht
Status
Used
Length
130 (ft.)
Beam
26
LOA
130
Hull Material
Fiberglass
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
12V4000
Number of Engines
2
Engine Type
Inboard
Engine Hours
1700

General Details

“Miss Michelle” accommodations offer five en-suite luxurious staterooms for up to eleven guests.  The crew’s quarters consist of four staterooms, all with private en-suite heads with separate showers. The maximum number of crew is eight with four single and two double berths.

Specifications

Preliminary Specifications
This 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.
Accommodations
“Miss Michelle” accommodations offer five en-suite luxurious staterooms for up to eleven guests.  The crew’s quarters consist of four staterooms, all with private en-suite heads with separate showers. The maximum number of crew is eight with four single and two double berths.
Vessel Walkthrough
Welcome aboard “Miss Michelle”! Access to the main deck is thru the port or starboard forward entrance bulwark gates via a “state-of-the-art” light weight carbon fiber step ladder or via the recessed fully hydraulic Passerelle aft. The exterior main deck and above “boat deck” are fully teak covered and offer complete “walk-around” capability on both levels as well as a unique terrace forward of the pilothouse with a built-in U-shaped settee and cocktail table. One of the many features of this 40 Meter is the enormous covered full beam aft deck with seating for 12 to 18 guests. Fully equipped walk-behind wet bar to port with bar stools and large screen fold down flat screen TV; this area is perfect for cocktails and/or “al-fresco” dining.  Upon entering the main salon thru the automated stainless steel framed double glass doors, one immediately recognized the subtle and sophisticated design concepts selected by the owners. The main salon features a formal dining area all the way forward for 10 guests. China, crystal and silverware storage buffets are outboard with custom stone tops.  A raised panel mahogany low profile buffet, housing twin wine coolers separates the dining area from the formal salon. There is a grouping of furniture, including sofas, ottomans, several occasional chairs and coffee tables. The extra-large windows all the way around makes for spectacular views! Forward of the formal salon/dining area is the starboard side main entrance foyer, the galley to port and day head slightly forward. The professional stainless steel fully equipped galley features a large walk-around island, a butler’s access door to the dining area and a portside deck entrance for the crew. The most forward interior section of the main deck is the “owner’s suite” with a starboard side study with built-in desk aft of the master stateroom offering a king size berth at centerline forward; his and hers walk-ins and a gorgeous onyx finished head to port. The additional four guest staterooms are located down below, at mid-ship, via an “open stairwell” to all three interior decks. The two VIP guest staterooms aft have king size berths and the forward staterooms offer a queen size berth to port side and three twin berths to starboard. A separate air conditioned large closet off the lower foyer houses the complete A/V (Kaleidescape) for all areas of the yacht. From the main entrance foyer up the open stairwell is the popular “skylounge”. Most guests describe this upper lounge as their favorite room while underway. The large windows, fireplace, “nap-worthy” sofas and lounge chairs combined with a fully equipped oversized bar with beautiful stone top and bar stools as well as a small library and day head makes for a sought after experience looking at the scenery from this perspective in a totally climate controlled saloon above all the exterior surroundings. Aft of the “skylounge” is the boat deck location via another set of stainless framed double glass automated doors. The toys, tender and wave runners are aft with the crane to port. Another fully equipped bar is to port with refrigerated drawers and a loose seating with sofa, chairs and cocktail table is center forward. A large flat screen TV is concealed in the overhead. Forward of the “skylounge” is the state-of-the-art “glass cockpit-style” pilothouse with a raised settee for owners and guests to observe the operation of the vessel while underway and a great area to enjoy fresh coffee in the morning with forward panoramic open views of the surroundings. Wing stations to operate the yacht in close proximity and dockage procedure situations are located just outside (port and starboard) of the pilothouse. Forward of the pilothouse is the “owner’s/guests terrace” with a large U-shaped upholstered settee and cocktail table. At centerline forward are the stairs to the main deck and lower observation settee and table. From the “boat deck” aft is a stairwell going up to the flybridge as well as another stairwell to go down to the main aft deck area. The flybridge on “Miss Michelle” is incredibly large and open. A set of “mirror image” cabinets are outboard housing a “pop up” flat screen TV and storage to starboard yet another full wet bar with refrigerated drawers to port. A six to eight person Jacuzzi tub is centerline forward and a dining area is at center of the deck. This completely loose dining furniture is removable to allow for dancing under the stars in a completely open and covered space! The extended aft area is open to the sky for sunbathing and there are three matching sunbathing long chaises with coordinated cushions. The crew quarters consist of four en-suite staterooms.  Three cabins are forward; the captain’s cabin features a double berth and upper and lower berths are all the way forward.  A large lounging area is to starboard with a kitchenette and laundry facilities.  The access to the galley above is thru a stairwell at centerline and there is a concealed access from the laundry area to service the four guest staterooms at midship. An additional double berth cabin is all the way aft, under the aft deck area.  Additional refrigeration, dive equipment, tools and work bench are also under the aft deck area with a centerline access thru a watertight door to what is best described as an engineer’s dream engine room compartment.
Aft Deck
Description: Comfortable and well-appointed exterior area for outdoor entertaining with a full service bar, generously sized cushioned aft settee with convertible cocktail/dining teak table, four dining chairs (loose), and A/V equipment. Teak Decking: Furniture: (2) Gloss finish teak dining table (fixed pedestal with leaf insert) (4) Large bucket chairs (4) Small bucket chairs (4) Armless dining chairs (2) Foot stools with cushion (2) Side tables Forward facing settee Bar stools   Bar Area: Traditional full service bar: Stone countertops Refrigerator Ice bin Sink Bottle storage Barware storage TV Lighting control for the aft deck Entertainment system controls Wing doors: Plexiglas with sea locks for open position Stainless Rails: Mirror polished stainless steel, 1 ½” round top rails with 1 ¼” round stanchions
Foredeck
Teak decking Hose bib: For wash-downs Flag staff: For pennant flag Ship’s bell: chrome, with bell hoop Deck lighting Anchor windlasses: Two Hatch: (Flush on CL) Chain locker access and fender storage Settee: White business pedestal table (fixed) Fore deck seat: Storage below for windlass control pendants and chain wash-down controls
Flybridge
Teak deck Mast: FRP with Alex Seal Westport white paint Hose bibs: For wash-downs   Loose furniture: (2) Gloss finish teak dining table (6) Woven dining chairs with cushions (3) Dedon small tables (3) Dedon woven chaise lounges with cushions (2) Dedon arm chairs with cushions Sun Pad surround for Jacuzzi Anchor light Deck lighting Air Horn: Kahlenberg Model F3 with light Hot Tub: Custom fabricated with multi-zone jets Hard top: Integrated with mast Hand Rails: Stainless steel continuous handrail with ¼” laminated glass, clear or smoked panels between stanchions (fore and aft only). Life rafts (4): with embarkation lights, in cradles, with hydrostatic release Courtesy flag halyards: Port and starboard on mast
Forward Observation Deck
Description: View area forward of the Pilot House and accessed by the Side Decks and the stairs from the Fore Deck area.   Teak decking Built-in seating, table/bunny pad Hand Rails: Stainless steel continuous handrail with ¼” laminated glass, clear or smoked panels between stanchions
Boat Deck
Dedon deck furniture (loose): Woven full sofa with cushions (2) Woven arm chair with cushion Teak cocktail table (2) Extra dining chairs for extra setting at dining tables or on the dock (12 dining chairs total onboard) Deck Surfaces: Teak forward Hose bibs: For wash-downs Flagstaff: Stern flagstaff for 5’x 8’ ensign Mast: Composite Chocks (Universal Mounting System): Tender Jet Ski Chocks Space for owner-supplied water toys Davit: 3000 lb. Full hydraulic proportional control Back up from reserve back up power pack Hand Rails: Mirror polished stainless steel, 1 ½” round top rails with 1 ¼” round stanchion
Swim Platform
Teak Decking Hose Bibs: For wash-downs Sockets: For swim ladder Pop up cleats: Four at the swim step guard Hatch: Gasoline filling and service station Swim Ladder: Folding handle - Stainless steel Steps to Main Deck: with handrails, port and starboard Capstans (2): 1 port and 1 starboard Mooring Bitts (2): 1 port and 1 starboard Access Door to Utility Room Underwater Lights: Six Stainless Rails: Railings to be mirror polished stainless steel, 1 ½” round top rails with 1 ¼” round stanchions. Staple Rails: 2” diameter removable. Shower: Handheld shower head with temperature control Hose Bibs: for wash-downs
Interior Decor Items
Description: “Miss Michelle” benefits from the experience of several yachts built thus far with this owner(s) working in harmony with the Westport Interior Décor Team to create an inviting, comfortable and soothing earth tones interior.  Wall Coverings: Wallpaper & Wall Fabrics Stone: Marble, Granite and Onyx Settee: Fabric per interior designer/owner selected Fabrics: Headboards and furniture throughout. Carpet: Fabrica Stainmaster stain resistant Headliner: Majilite Formal Dining: Sixteen, five-piece china place settings, sixteen soup/pasta bowls, one serving platter, one serving bowl, one creamer and sugar servers, sixteen, five-piece formal silverware and one formal serving fork and formal serving spoon. Fifteen red wineglasses,  sixteen white wineglasses, ten martini glasses, sixteen water goblets, and fourteen champagne flutes, storage provided for sixteen each, and table linens. Casual Dining: Sixteen, five-piece place settings, sixteen soup/cereal bowls, one serving bowl and platter, one sugar and creamer servers, Sixteen tall glasses, sixteen, five-piece stainless flatware and table linens (x10). Barware: Eleven highball glasses and sixteen double old-fashioned glasses. Storage provided for sixteen each. Cookware: Spring USA professional cookware, Henkel cutlery, Kitchen Aid mixer, food processor, toaster, blender, espresso machine, coffee maker and accessories. Furniture (typical): Main Salon: Dining table with ten dining chairs, four occasional chairs, one sofa, one cocktail table, two end tables. Skylounge: One sofa sectional, one game table, two game chairs. Master Stateroom: Vanity chair. Master Office: Desk chair. Pilothouse: Desk chair. Exterior: Four aft deck dining chairs, three aft deck barstools, two aft deck end tables, four aft large bucket, four aft small bucket, two aft foot stools with cushions, one boat deck sofa, two boat deck occasional chairs, one boat deck cocktail table, two Flybridge occasional chairs, six Flybridge dining chairs, three Flybridge chase lounge chairs and three Flybridge end tables. Linens: Guest Linens (bed and bath) includes pillows, two sets of sheets per stateroom, blankets, custom-made bedspreads, bathrobes, bath towels, hand towels and face cloths. Master Linens (bed and bath) includes two king pillows, two sets of king sheets (flat and fitted), king pillow cases, one king blanket, one custom made bedspread and eight each of the following: Bath towels, hand towels and face cloths. Crew Linens (bed and bath) include pillows, two sets of sheets per berth, blankets, bedspreads and towels. Household Linens include the following: Galley towels and dishcloths. Crew Galley dishcloths, housekeeping towels and dust cloths.
Main Salon
Description: This is an elegantly comfortable area to enjoy the 50” wide screen plasma TV that rises out of the starboard aft corner cabinet, to entertaining, or just to relax. Aft entry door is stainless steel framed, glass, counter-pull, open/close sliding mechanism with pneumatic seal. Flooring and wall coverings: as per owner’s selection TV: 50” Plasma Fixed Cabinetry Loose Furniture: as per owner’s selection (1) Sofa centerline Cocktail table (4) Occasional chairs (2) End tables Piano
Dining Salon
Description: Forward from the main salon is the formal dining area. Servers have easy access from the galley via a dual hinged access door. Formal Dining Table: Pommele Sapele table with Mahogany accents accommodates ten guests. Loose Furniture: per owner’s selection (10) Formal Dining Chairs Overhead Detail: Headliner material and design per owner’s selection, with distinctive overhead feature over the dining area. Buffet/Storage: Buffets to port, starboard, and aft provide storage for twelve 5-piece place settings of china, formal flatware, and stemware, two wine chillers and A/V units.
Main Deck Day Head
Stone vanity top Vessel sink Faucet Lightweight stone flooring Coordinated bath accessories Toilet
Master Stateroom
Description: The stateroom features a king sized berth with leather wrapped rails and upholstered headboard, built in dressers, and an entertainment system and A/V equipment complimented by Crestron control, office area with desk, make up desk, dressers and His & Hers cedar-lined walk-in closets. Master Stateroom: King sized berth with Beauty-Rest innerspring mattress Entertainment center with A/V equipment storage Dressers Nightstands Make up table/desk and chair Master Office: Desk with chair Lighting: Halogen down lights Lighted make-up mirror (1) safe Loose furniture: per owner’s selection Wall treatment and flooring: per owner’s selection   Master His/hers Dressing Room: Dressers and hanging rods each side Accent lighting: as specified by owner   Master Head: Vanity - countertop is stone, two vitreous china sinks, fixtures, and accessories Flooring – Onyx selected by owners Mirrors above vanities in his and her heads Headhunter Royal Flush Hydro Vac toilet / Gold Kohler Bidet, (one) with fixture set as specified by owners Shower with frameless tempered glass door, marble surround Accessories and fixtures per owner’s selection Marble threshold
VIP Stateroom
Description: All VIP staterooms provide built in dressers and nightstands, including wardrobes. The staterooms feature king sized berths with leather wrapped rails and upholstered headboards, and drawers in the base. Wall treatments and carpeting are specified by the interior designer and owner selected. Each Guest Stateroom has built in entertainment systems and A/V equipment complemented by Crestron control. (See AV Schedule under ‘ Audio Video Electronics’ ) Port VIP Stateroom: king sized berth with drawer base, wardrobe, dresser/entertainment center and two nightstands. Starboard VIP Stateroom: king sized berth with drawer base, wardrobe, dresser/entertainment center and two nightstands. VIP Heads: Vanity - Pommele Sapele with Mahogany accents, lightweight stone countertop, one vitreous china sink, fixtures & accessories Glass - Fixed, oval port light with removable stainless deadlight cover Flooring - Lightweight stone as per designer Toilet - Headhunter Royal Flush Hydro Vac / Gold Bidet- Kohler with fixtures by Westport Design/ owner’s selection Shower with frameless tempered glass doors Thermostat Fixtures Accessories Marble threshold
Guest Staterooms
Description: All Guest staterooms provide built in dressers and nightstands, including wardrobes. The staterooms feature sound insulation in the forward bulkheads and stair enclosure, queen berth in the port, and three twin berths in the starboard, with leather wrapped rails and upholstered headboards. Wall treatments and carpeting are specified by the interior designer in collaboration with the owners of “Miss Michelle”. Each Guest Stateroom has built in entertainment systems and A/V equipment complemented by Crestron control. Port Guest Stateroom: Recently converted from queen berth to twin bunks, two nightstands, and dresser/entertainment center. Starboard Guest Stateroom: Three twin bunk berths, wardrobe and dresser/entertainment center. Guest Heads: Vanity - Pommele Sapele with Mahogany accents, lightweight stone countertop, one vitreous china sink, fixtures & accessories Glass - Fixed, oval port light with removable stainless deadlight cover Flooring - Lightweight stone as specified by designer with owner’s selection Toilet - Headhunter Royal Flush Hydro Vac / Gold Shower with frameless tempered glass doors Thermostat Fixtures & Accessories Marble threshold
Audio Video Locker
Description: Locker is located to starboard in the foyer between VIP and Guest Staterooms and contains equipment racks for the yacht’s A/V System. Locker is cooled by a dedicated air handler.
Upper Lounge
Description: This is the upper entertaining area located just aft of the Pilothouse with sliding glass doors to the Boat Deck. Upper Lounge: Full bar Game table Full Sofa sectional   Upper Lounge Day Head: Vanity Mirror Toilet Flooring: as per designer Wall treatment: as per designer
Galley & Stores
Description: Galley is provided with stone (owner selected) counter space with ample room for food preparation, pantry with dry storage shelves for extended cruising, and various appliances. Main Galley Pantry: Storage Cabinets with shelving (full length of port forward bulkhead) Main Galley: Appliances:  Refrigerator-48” Trash Compactor Ovens: One conventional, One Convection/Steam Cook Top: Five induction burners Dishwasher Microwave: Stainless Hot Water Dispenser Overhead extraction fan
Pilothouse
Description: The Pilothouse bridge contains the most current and convenient equipment available today. The expansive settee is raised to provide excellent sightlines of the panoramic view. Bridge console- Leather-covered dash panels, Pommele Sapele panels with solid Mahogany edge Traditional wooden helm wheel: Pommele Sapele with Mahogany trim Chart table: To port side of main helm Settee: Covered in leather or fabric as per designer, side panels trimmed in Pommele Sapele. Settee Table: Pommele Sapele panel with solid Mahogany edge Helm Chair: Two STIDD, 500XL Helm Chairs with fabric or leather to match the settee as per designer.   Loose Furniture & Equipment: Log Book Wall Treatments: Mahogany and fabric panels Lighting - Halogen down-lights Built-in desk Floor covering and wall treatments Loose desk chair
Navigation Electronics
The vessel is equipped with modern navigation and communications equipment suitable for worldwide voyages. This equipment includes satellite based position and speed information, gyroscopic and magnetic heading data, radar, electronic charting and depth finding. Communications equipment spans numerous transmission technologies in compliance with safety regulations and to maximize contact with shore side and marine stations, enhancing one’s ability to communicate from any location. Equipment installed allows chartering under CISR flag. (GMDSS compatibility)
Pilothouse Navigational Aids
Bridge Switching Systems (BSS): Five (5) 26” widescreen Nauticomp displays Chart plotter: NAV 1-Transas Navisailor 3000 ECS with display in Pilothouse and Wireless Keyboard & Mouse. System includes interfaces from: ARPA, GPS, AIS, Depth, Speed and wind. Input from GPS and output to Autopilot is provided. Chart coverage from Seattle, Washington to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida is included. NAV 2- MaxSea Display on BSS and wireless Keyboard/Mouse. Output to Autopilot is provided. All NOAA raster US Charts Included. NAV 3 – Nobeltec Pro GPS: Two Furuno Commercial grade WAAS/GPS units in pilothouse. AIS: Furuno FA-150 interfaced to Radar and Electronic Chart with Pilot Plug. Radar: Two Furuno FAR-2117 X-Band Radars. One with 8.0 ft. Open Array and one with 6.5 ft. Open Array; 96 N.M. range. Radars are heading stabilized with speed input for ARPA input to both radars.   Wing Stations: Outside pilothouse, port and stbd. Molded composite covers Electronic engine controls Main engines start and stop Jog steering Rudder angle indicator Bow thruster Horn controls
Communications
SHIP TO SHIP / SHORE VHF: (2) DSC Furuno FM-8800 in Pilothouse with Emergency battery back-up. (1) Furuno FM-3000 in the Crew Lounge (2) Handheld GMDSS VHF radios w/desktop chargers supplied SSB: Furuno FS1570 with DSC capability G.P.I.R.B. McMurdo SAT Find 406 MHz GPIRB S.A.R.T. McMurdo Class A SART Navtex: Furuno NX700 Paperless Navtex Receiver   SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (SATCOM) COMPONENTS: Description: Fleet Broadband FB500 for Voice, and Internet Access. Voice connected through Phone System. VSat Sea Tel Wave Call 4006. Internet/Data connectivity service and (2) VOIP lines.   Satcom “C”: Furuno Felcom15 Inmarsat SatCom C Furuno PP510 Printer Furuno Felcom 15 SSAS Upgrade kit Furuno GPS Module kit Sat Phone: Iridium 9505 with Marine mounting kit   TELEPHONE SYSTEM Description: Panasonic Digital telephone system with 20 stations and 20 phone units. 2 phone stations have LCD displays and 5 stations are cordless. Cordless phones are located in Master Stateroom, Sky Lounge, Pilothouse, and 2 in Salon (one intended for Aft Deck). Telephone system is connected to Satcom, Cell Phone, two VOIP and Shore Phone voice line. Includes a single 100’ Telephone/Cable TV combination shore cord.   Telephone System Components: Panasonic PBX TDA 100 24 button LCD Display phone (2) 24 button speaker phone (13) Cordless system phone (5) Gangway intercom with sockets at Passerelle. APC 1000VA 670W Smart UPS Shore Phone: Weatherproof phone connection at starboard bustle locker. Cellular Telephone: 2 Telular SX7e GSM Quad Band GSM Cellular Phone. WIFI: Marina Hotspot Amplifier, GeoSat ECHP
Steering
Gyrocompass: Simrad GC-85 Compact System interfaced for display on Autopilot, Radars and Electronic Chart Magnetic Compass: Ritchie F600 G-5 mounted centerline at pilothouse helm station. Compass is compensated during normal sea-trials. Vessel is delivered with Deviation Card from that date. Halcyon fluxgate compass interfaced with Brooks and Gatehouse (B & G) Weather Instruments Autopilot: Simrad AP50 with Gyro input and back-up Fluxgate Rate Compass A dedicated RFU to the steering shelf is added for direct feed to the autopilot Depth - Speed – Wind: B & G Hydra 3000 Graphic Function Display includes air temperature, barometric pressure. Graphic Function displays in Pilothouse, Crew Lounge Color Sounder: Furuno FCV-1200 BB color video sounder with display on BSS. Doppler Log: Furuno DS80 Doppler Speed Log APC 1000VA 670W Smart UPS, full load runtime 6 minutes Satellite Television: Sea Tel 4004 TV-At-Sea Gyro stabilized receive antenna with USA and Latin America LNB.
Cameras
Seven PTZ color cameras: (2) in the Engine Room, (1) exterior aft deck port side, (1) exterior aft deck stb. side; (1) starboard side deck, (1) port side deck and (1) on mast are displayed on the CCTV system. Monitoring Station (With display on BSS) Closed Circuit Television Night Vision Camera: NVTI 3500 Quad split screen color display: System controlled by Crestron Controller
Signals & Lights
Ship’s Whistle Ship’s bell Air powered horn (with automated signal timer): Kahlenberg, F-2 five trumpet Kahlenberg, M511-A signal timer Search Light: One (1) Carlisle & Finch, 200 watt xenon, 15 million candlepower; remote controlled
Captain/Crew Quarters
Description: In addition to the accommodation for two in the captain’s quarters, crew quarters below decks forward for four in two cabins, each with private head and shower. Crew service access leads up and aft through the Galley area, allowing crew to efficiently perform housekeeping duties. Flooring and wall coverings as determined by designer. Captain’s Quarters: Double berth TV-A/V equipment Hanging Locker   Captain’s Head: Vanity with sink with mirror above Shower with glass door Toilet   Engineer’s Quarter’s: Access is from the Utility Room and is provided with a Double Berth, A/V entertainment area, and drawers in berth base. Engineer’s Head: Vanity with sink and mirror above Shower with glass door Toilet   Crew Galley: Dining settee with table/cabinet (2 sets) Washer/Dryer with above locker Refrigerator Microwave TV-A/V equipment Counter with sink/cabinet storage   Crew’s Quarters: Port and Stbd (2) Twin berths Hanging locker Dresser TV-A/V Equipment   Crew Heads: Port and Stbd Shower with glass door Toilet Vanity with sink Mirrored Medicine cabinet
Miscellaneous Equipment
Boarding Stair: One 8-step carbon fiber with handrails on both sides, brackets at port and starboard boarding gates, stowed in a recess on the starboard house side. Boat Hook: One 1 ½” X 8’ with chrome plated hook end. Covers: Sunbrella padded covers for tables and loose deck furniture. Unpadded covers provided for exterior settee cushions and shore boat. A black-mesh windshield cover is provided for the Pilothouse forward-facing windows. Cushions: Aft Deck settee, bow settee, and bow sun pad. Sunbrella fabrics with dry fast foam fill. Flybridge sun pad.
Provisions
Description: The Westport 40M is delivered with all of the following provisions:   Wheel Puller: Built to pull vessel’s propellers. Swim Ladder: Four step swim ladder. Flagstaffs: Stern flagstaff rigged with 1/8” nylon line, bow jack staff rigged with 1/8” nylon line (both rigged per standard yacht practice.) Courtesy flag halyards on mast
Safety Equipment
Description: The vessel is to be equipped with all safety equipment required for charter service under Cayman Islands Shipping Registry of up to 12 passengers.   Life Raft: Four 10-man Solas approved life rafts mounted on flybridge rails. Life Preservers: Twenty Four Coast Guard-approved adult life preservers with water lights, and five Coast Guard-approved child life preservers with water lights. Ring Buoys: Four 30” diameter buoys secured on exterior of vessel. Flares: Flare kit included. Bell: Perko Fire Extinguishers: Dry chemical type to be installed in suitable locations, nine-10lb, nine-5lb, and one-3lb. Carbon Dioxide type to be installed in suitable locations, ten-10lb. Medical Kit: MCA compliant coastwise and offshore medical kit and supplies, plus one year subscription to shore-side 24/7 medical assistance service provider.
Time on Machinery
Port Main Engines: 1700 approx. hours Starboard Main Engines: 1700 approx. hours Port Generator: 8000 approx. hours Starboard Generator: 8000 approx. hours
General Construction
CONSTRUCTION AND EXTERIOR FINISH Description: The hull is fiberglass mat and roving with vinylester resin and PVC linear cores. Structural framing is laid up using a combination of fiberglass and carbon fiber reinforcement. House and deck structures are cored composite construction. Core material and density varies throughout to optimize engineered structures. LAMINATION: Sprayed exterior gelcoat is followed by fiberglass mat and roving with vinylester resin for the outer skins, vacuum bagged foam core (high density in appropriate areas), and fiberglass mat and roving with vinylester resin for the inner skins. The keel pad, strut palms and stabilizer pads are resin infused using vinylester resin. HULL STRUCTURE: Hull stringers, webs and stiffeners are fiberglass mat and roving and/or carbon fiber with vinylester resin over foam forms. All soles and structural bulkheads are of fiberglass and foam composite construction infused with vinylester resin. STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS: Superstructure Main Deck Pilot House Flybridge   PAINT Topsides: Alex Seal high gloss polyurethane: Hull and house color is Westport white. Boot stripe is acrylic high gloss black. Bottom Paint: Two coats of black bottom paint over Interprotect epoxy barrier coat.
Systems
FUEL SYSTEM Description: Total capacity (diesel): Approx. 9,965 gal (US) in six (6) tanks. Fueling process is via either of two deck fill locations amidships, port and starboard side. All tanks are vented to atmosphere on the stbd side. Fill/transfer system includes a centrifuge, pumps, meter and distribution manifold. All diesel consumers draw from the day tank. Engines and Generators are supplied via priming pumps and filters. During normal operations fuel is transferred to the day tank via the centrifuge. Tank level monitoring is via electronic sensor and display on Vessel Monitoring System with high/low level alarms. All tanks are vented to one ‘vent tank’ which is monitored for liquid indicating an overflow of any of the attached fuel tanks. Tanks are all aluminum, welded construction with internal baffles. Inspection access ports to be manufactured by Freeman Marine. TANKS Fuel Tanks (Diesel): #1 Center Tank: approx. 713 gallons #2 Center Tank: approx. 790 gallons, #3 Center (Day Tank): approx. 2134 gallons, #3 Port and Stbd Tanks: approx. 2934 gallons, each #4 Center Tank: approx. 460 gallons Fuel Tank (Gasoline): approx. 100 gallons, accessible via hatch in swim step FILL/TRANSFER/USE Port & Starboard deck fill; threaded, SS, stamped DIESEL Y Strainer: 316 SS, self-cleaning Centrifuge: Alpha Laval, 198 GPH (Gallons/Hour); diesel/oil separator Primary Pump: AC, 50 GPM Secondary Pump: DC positive displacement back-up/priming pump Filters: DDC SeaPro 600 Meter: Electronic turbine with numerical display and automatic pump shut off Transfer manifold by Westport Shipyard Main Engines Priming Pump: Jabsco, 24VDC, 558 GPH Filter: SeaPro 600, Dual Generators Priming Pump: Carter, 24VDC, 35 GPH Secondary Pump: DC positive displacement back-up/priming pump Filter: Racor, 500 Duplex Turbine Series FRESH WATER SYSTEM Description: The Fresh Water System is comprised of a single, divided and baffled, fresh water tank, two AC supply pumps, suction supply, service, and distribution manifolds, two reverse osmosis water makers, and associated valves, filters, expansion tanks, regulators, and gauges. Freshwater wash-downs are located on all external decks.   Fresh Water Tank (Divided): Stainless steel, approx. 1726 total gallons Purification: Silver ion electrolytic water sterilization system UV filters: Two for disinfection of potable water, 29 GPM each. Water Softener: Yacht Mate DM1000 system, with Swim Platform water connection, plumbed directly to the fresh water tanks, located in the equipment room. Deck fills: Two stainless steel, 1 ½” round with threaded caps. One quick connect fitting, located on the swim step bustle is plumbed to supply the water softener. Water makers: (2) Sea Recovery Aqua-Whisper 1800. Reverse osmosis type, for a total capacity of 3600 gallons per day Water Heater: Dual element (for fast recovery) water heater, 120 gallon capacity. Dual particle filters: For removal of sediment, dissolved solids and contaminants to 5 microns plumbed in parallel. Stainless steel canister with replaceable filter cartridges Pressure tank: FRP construction located at remote ends of piping system Pumps: (2) centrifugal pressure pumps, 30 gpm each, plumbed in parallel for high flow capability   LUBE OIL SYSTEM Description: The vessels main engines and generators can be serviced utilizing an onboard lube oil change system. A new oil tank and a used oil tank are fitted within the engine room. New oil can be filled via 1 ½” deck fitting amidships on starboard side while used oil can be offloaded with quick-connect hose. Two air-powered diaphragm pumps are used to transfer to/from locations via hose reels.   Lube Oil Tanks: 450 gallon total oil capacity in a divided tank, located in the Engine Room bilge area. Tank is made from 5086-H32 Aluminum Lube Oil - New: 185 gallons Lube Oil - Used: 265 gallons Pump: Two (2) air diaphragm pumps. Fittings: All stainless quick connect fittings. Deck Plate: Located with midship fuel fill on starboard side.   WASTE WATER SYSTEM Description: Black and gray water is routed to an FRP tank. A certified Marine Sanitation Device (MSD) is installed for treatment of all wastewater. Tank level monitoring is via electronic sensor and display Vessel Monitoring System with level alarms and all tanks are vented at boot stripe. Discharge is via MSD or direct overboard via diaphragm pump. Also, a dockside pump out connection is located port aft on the swim platform.   Pumps: High capacity solids handling AC diaphragm pump. MSD: Certified to meet MARPOL regulations as well as USCG Type II MSD. (Includes chlorine generator) Black Water Tank: FRP construction with internal baffles, approx. 1685 gal. Gray water collection/movement: Three sumps (crew, guest and engineers) for transfer to black water tank or directly overboard via Y-valve. Westport construction, include primary AC pump and DC back-up pump with strainer, inspection port and alarm on DC pump. A lift station for the galley also acts as a sump pump, but only has an AC pump.   COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM Description: The vessel will have a compressed air system for powering the ship’s whistle, gasoline dispensing pump and oil dispensing pump, as well as for use in the machinery spaces for air powered tools. The system consists of compressor, piping system, quick connect fittings, and (3) accumulator tanks.   Quick Connect Fittings: Located; FWD escape hatch, Port Swim Step, Exterior Bar (port side) on Pilothouse deck and Flybridge Mast Leg (stbd) in storage locker. Accumulator tanks: 3 -10 gallon units, 2 in the Engine Room and 1in the stbd. Flybridge mast leg storage locker. Hose/Reel: Reel Craft - Hose ½” x 35’ Compressor: Kaeser 5hp SX-6   BILGE SYSTEM Description: The bilge system consists of five (5) float switches for all of its watertight compartments, two AC electric bilge pumps, valve manifold, and piping with fixed strainers from each watertight compartment. Float switches will send signals to the Monitoring System when water accumulates in any of the bilge areas. The manifold allows cross over to the fire pump or diesel powered pump for back up.   Pump, Primary: Centrifugal, 100gpm@10 psi Pump, Back-up: See fire main back up pump (Shared on common manifold)   DECK DRAIN SYSTEM Description: All exterior decks are fitted with freeing ports and/or drains with a plumbed piping system. Deck drains are molded portions of the deck and fitted with polished stainless steel grates. All drain piping is of ABS approved materials, PVC – DWV and are led to laminated thru hulls located at the boot stripe with check valves and ball valves.   FIRE HYDRANT SYSTEM Description: The fire main system consists of four (4) fire stations distributed around the vessel, supply piping and two pumps. Each station contains a hose, angle valve and high/low volume nozzle. The electric fire pump (primary) can be started from any fire station or locally.   Hoses (7): 1 ½” x 50’ FM listed lay flat type, NPSH thread ABS Approved Fire Nozzles: ABS Approved, one at each of (4) hydrant stations Pump, Primary: Centrifugal, flooded suction, 66gpm@40psi Pump, Back-up: Diesel powered portable, flooded suction centrifugal Strainer: Sea suction strainer for fire/bilge manifold, Bronze 2” Y strainer or equivalent Seawater intake: Bronze with stainless steel grate. Westport design and supply Hose Rack: FRP construction, with rolled hose storage in fire station   FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM Description: The accommodation space is protected by a sprinkler system that uses vessel’s fresh water supply until it is depleted, then automatically, if necessary, switches to seawater. The engine room is protected by a gas smothering FM200 system.   Sprinkler system: The system is a pre-charged type, automatic fire suppression system. The piping is to be copper/nickel (CuNi) tube with Seapress (Viega), crimp fittings. The pump unit consists of two pumps, operating individually or in tandem depending on the demand for water as determined by the number of heat sensitive nozzles that have been triggered. A small pressure tank maintains the stand-by pressure in the system. A local control panel is located in the engine room and a mimic display is located in the pilothouse.   ENGINE ROOM FIRE SYSTEM Description: The engine room and ventilation ducts are to be insulated against thermal conductivity meeting the A-30 rating and also to provide effective sound damping.   Insulation: The bulkheads and duct work leading to the engine room are lined with a thermal barrier of insulation. FM200, Gas smothering system: For engine room protection, manual operation (with 20 second delay) includes discharge of gas and automated shutdown of fuel pumps, intake fans, and exhaust dampers.   GALLEY HOOD FIRE SYSTEM Description: Independent, fixed system is located in the main Galley in the hood above the stove.   SOUND ATTENUATION Description: Westport Shipyard and J&A Enterprises developed a ‘whole Ship’ sound reduction plan. Together we developed details and insulation schedules that would maximize noise/vibration reduction. Sound transmission throughout the vessel is controlled in several ways throughout the Westport 40 Meter.   Engine room: The engine room sound package consists of reflective barriers and absorptive insulation in addition to vibration/isolation mounting of equipment, piping and wiring that may transmit noise and noise attenuating/watertight doors. Watertight doors: Pacific Coast Marine  Absorptive insulation: Sound Down Reflective material: 1/8” to 3/16” aluminum Isolation mounts: Various per equipment manufacturer specs. HVAC SYSTEMS - AIR CONDITIONING Description: The interior of the vessel is kept at a constant temperature through the use of a seawater cooled/heated reverse cycle, treated water HVAC system. The capacity is 30 tons and is distributed throughout the vessel via individual room air handlers of various sizes and BTU ratings. There is one controller for the three air handlers that serve the Master Stateroom and Master Office, one for the two air handlers that serve the formal dining area of the forward Salon, two for the four air handlers that serve the remainder of the Salon, one controller for the four air handlers in the Upper Lounge and one for the two air handlers in the Pilothouse. All other air handlers are each controlled by a separate controller. A portion of the HVAC system provides fresh air make up and provides a clean and healthy atmosphere.   Marine Air HVAC system: Model # MCWLT-240W (Four compressors). Independent seawater intake Chillers: 208volt/3phase/60cycle, 30 ton. Air Handlers: 208volt/1phase/60cycle, various BTU as required by volume being treated, utilizing variable speed hi static DC blowers. Make up Air: For cycling air through vessel interior   CENTRAL HYDRAULIC SYSTEM Description: The central hydraulic system provides power to the bow and stern thrusters, capstans, anchor winches, and crane/davit. Power is provided to the system from generator driven hydraulic pumps with electric clutches. The system is provided with equal size pumps on both the port and starboard gensets allowing either, or both generators to power the system.   Gauge package: Includes pressure gauges for each valve manifold Bow thruster: 16” dual prop with ‘in-hull’ hydraulic motor - producing 65hp Stern thruster: 16” dual prop with ‘in-hull’ hydraulic motor and external tube, 55hp Davit: Telescope mast with fixed length boom, 3,000# capacity, hydraulic. Nautical Structures, MCA certified with DC powered back-up hydraulic pump Passerelle: Double telescoping, rotating hydraulic with handrail and wireless control for Med-style mooring extending 6’-7 ½” past the transom including the following options: Self-supporting Self-contained hydraulic power pack unit and controls   STEERING SYSTEM Description: Digital hydraulic power steering via engine driven hydraulic pumps on each main engine and manual helm pump located in machinery space. The main steering station in the pilothouse includes full follow-up helm wheel and non-follow up ‘jog’ lever. The wing stations are provided with non-follow-up levers.   DIGITAL HELM Jog Levers: Non- follow up type Rudders: Welded stainless steel construction Seals: Dripless type - PYI, PSS type STABILIZER SYSTEM Description: Stabilization while underway is provided by a pair of fins located approximately amidships and powered hydraulically by an engine driven hydraulic pump. Control is by modern digital ‘fly-by-wire’ system located in the pilothouse.   At rest stabilization: Zero speed stabilization is accomplished by the stabilizer fins; which are powered by the central hydraulic system in this mode. Fins: Model Naiad 525 Stabilizer system with 22 square foot fins, one station DATUM control, with oil level warning, unloading valve kits and dual pumps with gauges.
Mooring & Anchoring
Description: Vessel mooring system utilizes a combination of bitts, hawse eyes and winches. The fore deck has two hawse eyes per side, two bitts per side and a pair of mooring winches incorporated with the anchor windlasses. The side decks and aft deck have two hawse eyes per side with two bitts on each side. Additionally there are two mooring capstans and bitts on the swim step for med-style mooring. Vessel anchoring is accomplished through a set of anchor windlasses, anchor chain, Poole style anchors and fairleads (hawse pipe, spill pipe, etc.).   Windlass/winch combination- The foredeck utilizes a combined windlass for anchoring and winch for mooring. The system is mirrored starboard and port and is hydraulically driven, yielding 6000# pull. Anchor windlass: (2) Maxwell Combination tensioner/roller/stopper Controls: (2) Maxwell Anchor wash-down is via fixed nozzles located in hawse pipes, solenoid controlled valves for port and starboard sides and is supplied with pressurized seawater from the fire main. Hawse Rings, bulwark: Mirror polished closed oval type (12). Hawse Rings, bustle: Mirror polished closed type fit around corner of bustle and bulwark at corners of aft deck (2). Capstans: Maxwell VC3500 (hydraulic), Located in bustle at swim step Mooring lines: 1 1/4” x 60’ double-braided type abrasion resistant with single 36” eye splice, (4) Samson XLS yacht braid, black,  Bitts: 19” stainless steel, twelve on main deck and two on Swim Step Bustle inset. Fenders: (2) for Tender (about 2 ft.), (2) for Jet Skis (1.25 ft.), (4) White with nylon Rope (5 ft.), (2) White hard Rubber balls Fender Cuffs: (6) for cap rail, (2) for fashion boards, (6) for bow cap Heaving Lines: ¼” x 75’ with removable monkey’s fist (1) Anchor chain: 5/8” stud link galvanized steel, 400’ stbd / 300’ port, ABS certified. Anchors: Davis Anchor Talon HHP-500 stainless steel, 530# (2) Hawse pipe/Anchor plate: Stainless steel, mirror polished anchor plates for protection of hull, includes stem plate.
Main Engines/Drive Line
Description: Two (2) MTU/DDC 12v4000 engines; 2735 HP each, 1600 Hrs. as of 10/31/13. They are connected to propellers via 5” Aquamet 22 HS Stainless shafts and remote down angle gearbox. Primary exhaust is underwater at chine while a silenced bypass exits at transom corners. Seawater cooling water is supplied via dual 5” lugged type butterfly valves, bronze Y-strainers and molded FRP scoops with Stainless steel grates. Main engines: Two (2) MTU/DDC 12v4000 engines; 12 cylinders V-type. Includes seawater pump, heat exchanger, dual starters and battery charging alternators. Controls: Electronic with throttle synchronizing and LCD data display. DDC/Sturdy throttles and EDM for each engine. Fuel Filters: DDC Sea Pro-600 Marine Gear: Close coupled, 8° down angle, ratio 3.040:1 with trailing pump. - ZF, Mod 4650A Main Exhaust: Stainless steel collector with hard thermal insulation, integral spray ring for 18” main underwater FRP exhaust piping and flanged connections Underwater Exhaust outlet: Molded FRP design with chine exit. Westport Shipyard fabrication By-pass exhaust: 10” FRP piping Silencer: Soundown Propellers: Custom 5 Blade Nibral cast - CNC machined - S Class
Electrical - Source & Power
GENERATOR Description: There are two, 80KW electrical generators rated at 1800 rpm, providing AC power at 120-208volt/3phase/60 cycle Hz. The generators are located port/starboard in the engine room. Water temperature, oil pressure and hour meters are installed in the distribution panel. Both generators have remote start/stop in pilothouse. Power Take Off (PTO) and hydraulic pump are installed on both generators for full redundancy. Seamless Power Transfer is standard when switching to/from Generators to Shore power and when switching loads from one generator to the other generator.   Generators: Northern Lights, M1064 Series Phase and power factor: Three phase-0.8 power factor. Compound mounts Sound shield ’In-Sep’ water separation/mufflers Generators are cooled with raw sea water. Oil capacity with filter – quarts: 14.3   SHORE POWER Description: Shore power is provided through electrical conditioners that allow a large variety of power forms; single phase, three phase, combination, high voltage, or low frequency to be converted to ship power.   Shore Power Converters: Two (2), 37 KVA, 40-70 cycle. 170 to 520 VAC input. (A/Sea) Shore Power Cords: (2) 100 amp, 3 wire with ground, 3 phase, Anixter  Shore Cord reels: Motorized shore power reels with local control at transom (Cable Master, Glendinning) Adapters: (4) two for 240V to 480V and two for 208V to 480V). TV and phone connections: located at starboard bustle ELECTRICAL - AC DISTRIBUTION Description: AC service is provided from two independent sources; Shore power and Generators. All sources of electrical power are routed through a main electrical switchboard located in the control room, then on to sub-panels located throughout the vessel. All circuits are protected by coordinated breakers. The main electrical system is 4 wire, 3 phase 208 volts with 120 volt single phase branch circuits where required. 50Hz outlets located throughout vessel are powered by a 10KVA converter. DC distribution is described below.   Wiring: Single and multiple conductors, ABS Type or Class Approved Main switchboard: Extruded aluminum construction with powder coat finish. Unit is built to IP20 level of protection. Included is control and monitoring electronics. Forced draft cooling Full gauge package for all sources, volts/amps of each line, phase, power, power factor and frequency   Generator gauge package: Northern Lights (ADE)   ELECTRICAL - DC DISTRIBUTION Description: 24v DC power is provided by numerous accumulator batteries and charger/power supplies. Power is distributed around the vessel from the main switchboard located in the control room to locally operated sub-panels except dedicated emergency DC power which is distributed independently of the main distribution network throughout the vessel. The emergency lighting system consists of a dedicated light in all cabins as well as common areas and stairwells (interior/exterior) for egress in the event of an emergency.   Batteries: All batteries Absorbed Gas Mat (AGM) type batteries Two banks (total of 4 batteries) of 8-D, 225 amp hour batteries, wired in series—parallel for starting the main engines Two (2) Group 31 (105 amp/hour) batteries for generator starting Two banks (total of 4 batteries) of 8-D, 225 amp hour batteries, wired in series—parallel for the 24V DC Ship’s System power. Two (2) 225 amp/hour batteries wired in series for 24VDC Emergency Power Two (2) 105 amp/hour (Group 31) batteries wired in series for 24 VDC Reserve Power   Battery Chargers: (1) Newmar 95 amp/24V DC battery charger: 24V DC Ship’s System. (1) Newmar 20 amp/24V DC battery charger: main engine starting battery banks. (1) Newmar 20 amp/24V DC battery charger: generator starting battery bank. (1) Newmar 95 amp/24VDC battery charger for emergency bank. (1) Newmar 20 amp/24VDC battery charger for reserve bank   Vessel Alarms & Monitoring Description: Based on a 24-volt redundant, fail-safe architecture composed of ABS-classed hardware, and including a dedicated network of HMI (Human-Machine Interface) touch-screens for access. Features: A single-point Alarm Management screen in the pilot house and 4 remote touch screens HMI’s, designed to aid the crew in efficient alarm recognition. Instant trending and comparison capabilities for monitored points. Extensive Engine monitoring and tracking Monitoring and alarming of electrical system , including condition of on-board and shore power systems. Tank monitoring, alarming and trending for fresh water, fuel, hydraulics, new / used oil, and black water All areas capable of generating CO (carbon monoxide) are monitored and alarmed Flood condition monitoring , including monitoring, alarming and trending for all bilge and sump pumps. Integrated and intuitive Weather tools , including local conditions, as reported by an on-board weather sensor, with reported weather delivered via satellite. Local weather is enhanced by on demand trend information, as well as tide tracking. Reported weather includes extensive weather chart overlays on a dynamically generated ENC position chart. Anchoring safety monitoring and alarms , including chain deployment and automatic calculation of scope, swing radius and drag alarms. Also integrated is a dynamically generated ENC position chart and display of local conditions for wind and tide A real-time, intuitive display and tracking of local Sea State , including g-force data for heave, surge and sway, pitch and roll, and reported wind and swell data. All local Sea State information is delivered by an InteliSea-designed industrial inertial sensor pack A zone based Security system , with vessel-specific monitored points, user defined security levels and zone makeup. Conflict and condition alarm for essential Navigation Lights. Access and analysis of the complete historical record of the vessel ’s systems and sensors. Ability to internationalize the entire system , at the user level, with multi-language, multi-character set ability, and system-wide propagation. International settings are tied to user login, providing instant system switching between language environments.
Audio Visual Electronics
Description: Each accommodation space is equipped with audio/video entertainment equipment which provides for a variety of entertainment choices, satellite based radio and television, dockside cable service as well as on board sources including DVD, CD, iPod and central movie server.   Central Equipment Kaleidescape System: (1) Movie server and (10) movie/music players includes the Movie and Music License and a Lifetime Music Guide and Software Update Service. There are (3) dedicated players (Master Stateroom, Skylounge & Salon), and the remaining (7) are shared to all other locations. The entire AV system is supported by a power conditioner and UPS backup power supply.   Kaleidescape Movie/Music Server Kaleidescape Four-zone Music Player Direct TV Satellite Receivers Crestron iPod docking station Crestron XM and FM tuner AV PACKAGE SCHEDULE (PER LOCATION): Galley/Dinette: TV 22” LCD 1 pair of speakers Crestron control Master Stateroom: TV 42”Runco High Definition Plasma Kaleidescape Player Satellite Receiver DVD/CD Player Surround Sound Receiver Surround Sound Speaker System w/powered sub Crestron Wireless 2 way control Master Stateroom Head: (1) Pair of speakers Crestron Touch Panel Salon: TV 50”Runco High Definition Plasma CD/DVD Player Surround Sound speaker system with 2 powered sub woofers Crestron Wireless 2 way control Satellite Receiver Kaleidescape player Surround sound receiver Aft Deck: TV 42” Flip-down LCD daylight viewable Satellite Receiver (2) Pair of speakers Crestron Wireless 2 way control Sundeck: 42” flip-down TV daylight viewable Satellite Receiver Kaleidescape player (2) Pair of speakers Crestron Wireless 2 way control Fore Deck: (2) Pair of speakers Crestron waterproof handheld remote VIP Port Guest Stateroom: TV 32” Runco High Definition LCD Satellite Receiver DVD/CD Player Crestron Wireless 2 way control iPod docking station VIP Starboard Guest Stateroom: TV 32” Runco High Definition LCD Satellite Receiver DVD/CD Player Crestron Wireless 2 way control iPod docking station Port Guest Stateroom: TV 26” Runco High Definition LCD Satellite Receiver DVD/CD Player Crestron Wireless 2 way control iPod docking station Starboard Guest Stateroom: TV 26” Runco High Definition LCD Satellite Receiver DVD/CD Player Crestron Wireless 2 way control iPod docking station Skylounge: TV 50” Runco High Definition Plasma Satellite Receiver Kaleidescape Movie Player DVD/CD Player Surround Sound Receiver Surround Sound Speaker System w/ 1 powered sub woofers Crestron Wireless 2 way control Boat Deck: TV 37” flip-down daylight viewable Satellite Receiver Kaleidescape Movie Player (1) Pair of Speakers Crestron Wireless 2 way control Pilothouse: (1) Pair of Speakers Crestron touch panel – Wireless iPod docking station Crew Lounge: TV 22” LCD Satellite Receiver DVD/CD Player Crestron Wireless 2 way control Captain’s Cabin: TV 22” LCD DVD/CD Player Satellite Receiver Crestron Wireless 2 way control Crew Quarters Port: TV 22” LCD DVD/CD Player Satellite Receiver Crestron Wireless 2 way control Crew Quarters Starboard: TV 22” LCD DVD/CD Player Satellite Receiver Crestron Wireless 2 way control Engineer’s Quarters: TV 22” LCD DVD/CD Player Satellite Receiver Crestron Wireless 2 way control Exterior TV has an anti-glare feature added for quality outside viewing. Ship’s computer (in pilothouse): For conducting ship’s business Printer, printer/fax/scanner (multi-function device) also located in pilothouse.
Remarks
“MISS MICHELLE” represents the ultimate in the 40 Meter class of U.S. composite built yachts… She offers very spacious and luxurious interior accommodations and delivers an unmatched range of high speeds as well as fuel efficient long range capabilities.  The reliability and predictability of the “semi-custom” series built yachts by Westport combined with over 50 years of proven design and engineering, as well as unequalled support system for owners and their crew are just a few of the benefits you will enjoy with your family and friends. Perhaps a testament of these special and unique owners/shipyard relationships is the fact that the owners of “MISS MICHELLE” have been cruising for about two decades on three different Westport built hulls!!
Exclusions
Exclusions to include but are not limited to owner’s and crew’s personal items. A complete and detailed list of items to be removed from “Miss Michelle” will be provided at time of sale upon request.    The "Vessel’s Name" is a registered name and does not convey.
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.
customContactInformation
For additional information, contact Central Agents, Alex Rogers at 954-401-9988 or arogers@westportyachtsales.com Claude Racine at 954-648-9498 or cracine@westportyachtsales.com .