2006 147 (ft.) IZAR OF SPAIN Motoryacht

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General Information

Listing# 93034

Price
$24,950,000.00
Location
Ft. Lauderdale, FL, United States
HIN
42231
Manufacturer
IZAR OF SPAIN
Boat Type
Powerboat
Model Year
2006
Category
Mega Yachts
Designer
REYMOND LANGTON DESIGN
Model
Motoryacht
Status
Used
Length
147 (ft.)
Beam
29.5
LOA
147
Hull Material
Steel
Fuel Type
Diesel
Engine Model
3512 B
Number of Engines
2

General Details

Sleeps 12 guests in 6 staterooms plus crew accommodations for up to 9 in 5 cabins.

Specifications

Accommodations
Main Deck: The vast Owner's suite is full beam all the way forward on the main deck. It comprises of a large full beam bathroom with separates his and hers walk in closets. Large tub as well as a walk in shower. The suite boats big floor to ceiling port lights ensuring great light and visibility. The Owner's office from port of the suite. Aft is a day head just off the impressive main foyer. The main saloon and dining area are open plan giving this area a great open feel. A bar is located on the starboard side of the main saloon. The pantry is to port and leads to the galley and crew access stairway, which are to port. Lower Deck: The guest accommodation is all on the lower deck. Forward is the VIP suite with its large bathroom and walk in closet. Aft of this suite are the two twin bedded guest cabins both having separate bathrooms on suite. Two more generous double-bedded suites are located aft both of which have generous bathrooms and ample closet space. Bridge Deck: A well laid out wheelhouse offers great visibility as well as easy circulation. The captain's cabin is to starboard, whilst the radio room is on the Port side. Aft of this is the service pantry that provides easy service for the skylounge bar also on the Port side. The skylounge is full beam and benefits from floor to ceiling windows optimizing the views whether underway or at anchor. A small multi function room is forward of the skylounge, this can be used as a manager room or a gym. Aft of the sky lounge is the very pleasant shaded deck with dining table and relaxing areas. The sundeck is easily reached via a comfortable staircase. This sundeck is a tremendous area for outdoor living. All the way forward is a Jacuzzi with beds built around it. Aft of this is a relaxed seating area with shade being provided by an extendable awning. Just Aft is the wet bar with all facilities. This still leaves plenty of space Aft of this for a great expanse of open deck area idea for sun lounges that will offer fantastic panoramic views. Crew accommodation: Forward are three bunk bedded cabins with ensuite facilities. There is a separate engineers cabin with ensuite. Each member of the crew has their own DirecTV or Sky TV box for their own TVs; and all crew have access to Wi-Fi broadband internet. Aft of the cabins is the crew mess with a Large flat screen TV with a separate laundry. A door way leads into the guest accommodation acting as an emergency exit as well as a service passage.
MACHINERY
Main Engines: Engine Type (2) Caterpillar 3512B @ 2,250 Hp each Engine Hours As of 28 Jan, 2013: Port 4,029 / Stb 4,006 Gearboxes for Main Engines Reintjes WVS 930L MK21   Consumption :   Speed Consump/hr Range RPM Maximum 14-16 105 USG/398 l 2200 1700-1800 Cruising 11-12 60 USG/227 l 3200 1250-1300 Economical 8-9 25 USG/95 l 5000 900   Generators & Electricity: Output 440v / 3-phase / 60Hz Generators (2) Northern Lights 130kW @ 1800 RPM w/ 2009 upgrades Generator Hours As of 28 Jan, 2013: Port 11,571 / Stb 11,563 Shore Power Master & Slave A-Sea AC63SV-IWA 3407 Batteries: 440V / 3-phase/ 60Hz: Large load equip in ER & utility room 208V / 3-phase / 60Hz: galley, pantry & laundry services 208V / 1-phase / 60Hz : E.U. outlets & equip svcs throughout Air Conditioning: Type: Aqua Air 35 Ton; Max 420000 BTU; (3) Chillers       Other Machinery: Watermakers (2) Matrix 5,000 USG/day (19,000 liters/day) Trim Tabs/Stabilizers Zero Speed QC1500 with ARC 3001 Controls Bow Thruster (1) Rexroth 120 hp Steering System (2) Electric hydraulic pumps Fuel Separator & Filtration Alfa Laval Model MMPX Sewage System Headhunter Fresh Water System Octo-Marine Water Softener System Bilge Water Filtration Coffin Heli Sepp Automated Oil Water Separator  
Engine / Mechanical Equipment
ENGINES: 2 x Caterpillar 3512 B Series 1650HP 1800rpm continuous rating with DEEP sump oil pans. Oil changes only necessary every 1000 hours or per oil CAT SOS oil analysis. It also is fitted with a separate CAT EC1 coolant system just for the air boost cooler. GEARBOXES: Reintjes WVS 930L MK21 input CCW port output CCW starboard output CW Ratio of 3.542:1 Input speed 1800rpm Output speed: 508rpm GENERATORS: 2 x Northern lights M1066A1/130KW with recently installed 2008/2009 upgrades 440v at 60Hz (1800rpm) with paralleling instrumentation. One generator will comfortably handle shipʼs full load. SHORE POWER: Master and Slave A/sea converters type AC63SV- IWA: 3407 A Wide range of International Input: Voltage 170-520 VAC, Current 400 amps MAX, Power 126 KVA, Frequency 40-70 Hz Out put of: 440 VAC, 166 amps, 126 KVA 106 KW at 60Hz, Form 3 0, 3W and ground ELECTRIC Distribution: 440V 3ph at 60Hz: for all large load equipment in engine room and utility room Two Step Down transformers, one always left as a back-up for: 208V 3phs at 60 hz: for galley, pantry and laundry services 208V 1phs at 60Hz: for E.U. outlets and equipment services through out entire ship 120V 1phs at 60 hz for USA outlets and equipment services through out entire ship UPS backup power supply for All sensitive equipment such as Computers, PBX switchboad, Internet and TV Satelite tracking equipment and navigation equipment 24 VDC Distribution: Sealed Batteries, maintenance free, with typical 5 year service life: Four Banks all have paralleling capabilities for: Main Engines and Generators Two banks for House services having paralleling capabilities: One on the Bridge and the other In the Engine Room Emergency lighting.. Capacity of Battery bank and charger as required by MCA Emergency GMDSS. Capacity of Battery bank and charger as required by MCA Emergency Rescue tender Crane: Capacity of Battery bank and charger as required by MCA STEERING: Two electric-hydraulic pumps able to operate individually or in parallel. Back up Manual Hydraulic steering pump. Quantum Hydraulic Pack QM04-0101 QIS 160 Integrated Powered by: Two Engine driven PTO coupled to transmission each 180cc pumps Two AC Weg VFD driven Rexroth each 45cc pumps Consumers: ZERO SPEED stabilizers QC 1500 with ARC 3001 controls One Rexroth 120Hp bowthruster Two 11000 Muir Windlasses One Passarell Vander velden Type 550NB One Structor stern door and crane for the Garage AIR CONDITIONING: Aqua Air PLC Control system Version EZT31-1 Remote controls: TWSV-01 99601015 REV 02 Max 48.9amps 3ph 39Kw Max 420000BTU 35ton with Three VFD chillers set at rotating stages.. Fresh Water System Power free Octo-Marine water softner system capable of a product far less than 100ppm of hardness MCA required and approved Silver Angel Silver Ion water sterilizer, with Anode of 10 year service life. Sophisticated Head Hunter Hydropaq VFD water pumps. Two Matrix water makers with a capacity of 19000 litters a day fed through the Silver Angel. Bilge water System Fitted with a Bilge water tank of 1400 litters and Sludge tank of 735 litters for MARPOL special areas For ocean going crossings a robust Coffin Heli Sepp Oil water separator fully automated and compliant.
Other Machinery and Systems
Large Hoesch Colorodo Hot Tub on the sundeck, with an excellent system that maintains a new batch of hot sterilized water underneath the garage that with a push of a button will re-fill the Hot Tub within minutes when needed. Cathalco system: with DP179 Anodes that are dual purpose; Iron as sacrificial anodic ions and Copper ions for antifouling Pneumatic System: with two separate manifolds of 15 bar and 6 bar, with an Atlas Air dryer. Black water system: Jets toilet system with Hamman Type II sewage treatment plant. Grey water system: fitted with Macerator and Ozone Gas generating treatment Fuel System: Alpha Laval Model MMPX 403 SGP-11. Fit for a Merchant ship with a self cleaning bowl and fully automated Alpha laval PLC controller. With cascading day tanks to their respective Settle tanks. Variable speed wipers for bridge Aqua Air fan. Defog. 2 x ACR remote spotlight MCA required 24VDC Opac crane for the emergency tender on the Bow
Communication Equipment
  VSAT Linkscape Telephone System Panasonic KXTD 1232-5 SKU; 8 lines; 32 connections, (2) VOIP Lines SSB Sailor System 4000 GMDSS MF/HF DSC 250W Transceiver Sailor HF SSB 250W PEP Sailor Satellite H2095C Sailor SP 3100 Receivers VHF (2) VHF-DSC Radio telephone, Sailor RT 4822 Intercom Emergency 24-VDC WiFi Throughout entire yacht
Navigational Equipment
  Radar: (2) Furuno (SART), Rescuer Serpe IE6M (1) Shipborne Radar and ARPA (1) Furuno AIS FA/100 Gyrocompass and Magnetic Compass Simrad AP50 Auto Pilot Robertson or C-Plath, integrated to Transas Depth Sounder B&G Hydra 2000 Multi Function & Simrad EQ44 color depth sounder GPS (2) Simrad GN33 Weather FAX Furuno DFAX 207 Ships Computer Rugged classed Navantia proprietary Computer Laser Plotter (2) Transas Flexscan LA887 chartplotter system Wind/Speed Log B&G Hydra 2000 Multi function Navtex Furuno Navtex Receiver NX-500; Capsay TT-3064A Satellite Monitors (2) Flexscan 557
Galley / Laundry Equipment
Galley/ Pantry Miele dishwasher Monograme microwave oven (2) True industrial fridges Miele steam oven Bar Area Drinks fridge Scotsman icemaker Sun Deck Dacor barbecue Scotsman ice maker Drinks fridge (2) Miele convection ovens Miele ceran-6 ring cooking range Miele extractor Kitchenaid trash compacter Sub Zero freezers Miele espresso / cappuccino machine Pantry Kitchenaid trash compactor Fisher & Paykel dishwasher Dumbwaiter Skylounge Pantry Sub Zero wine cooler Fisher & Paykel dishwasher Drinks fridge Scotsman ice maker Dumbwaiter Crew Mess: Sharp microwave Miele dishwasher (2) fridges Kitchenaid trash compactor Laundry: (2) Miele Dryers (2) Miele washing machines
Deck Equipment
Sun Deck: Jacuzzi Sunbathing area Aft sunbathing area with Dedon sun lounges 2 coffee tables with Dedon furniture Bar area Upper Deck: Large dining table (seating for 12) Aft coffee table all with Dedon furniture Aft Deck: Bench seats with 2 coffee tables Marquipt 11-step side boarding ladder 2 x Maxwell 6000 cap sterns Deck Equipment: 2 x Maxwell 8000 Cap Sterns Extendable Crane in garage
Safety and Security
Navantia Alarm system & UMS (unmanned machinery space) Lloyds approved Monitoring Bridge centralized system; with Captain Cabin, Engineers cabin, Engine room and crew mess slave touch screen monitors. Bosh security cameras with monitors in Crew mess and Bridge; Port; STB; Side Decks; Aft Deck; and 4 in the Engine room. Consilium Fire detection System DVR speco technologies 4CE 4 x Surviva 16 pers solas liferafts
Toys & Tenders
 TENDERS (1)    28 ft / 8.53m Intrepid/2x250hp(4 stroke) (1)     19 ft / 5.79 m Novurania / 120 hp.   TOYS: (2) 3-person Waverunners, Kneeboard (3) Wakeboards – 2 Adults, 1 Kid’s (1) 2-person kayak (1) 1-person kayak, (1) Banana (2) 3-person tow toys,   Ample snorkel gear, ski tubes, 1 x adult water skis, 2 x windsurfers (can be used as a paddle board or for surfing), beach chairs/umbrellas.   SCUBA: (6)Sets/compressor   FISHING EQUIPMENT: (4) Deep sea fishing rigs with pole & reel, fighting belts   GYM: Treadmill Foldaway bench press, Free weights/bands Yoga mats Exercise bike  
REFIT COMPELTED 2013
All new soft goods & stones throughout along with massive interior changes and the following itemized list. REFIT ITEMS ENGINEERING 1.Replace sprinkler tank pressure gauge 2.Replace fuel transfer timer switch 3.E/R bilges, clean, drill limber holes, paint 4.Harmonic isolation for VFD's (Safety Improvements) 5.A/C - Replaced Wheelhouse units for ducting improvements 6.A/C - Replaced crew cabin units, improved cabinetry 7.A/C - Replaced guest cabin units, improved cabinetry 8.A/C - Replaced Master units, reorganized for storage 9.Open all fuel & water tanks and clean (Annual Maintenance) 10.Painted steering compartment (Annual Maintenance) 11.Installed new retractable air lines 12.Watermaker LP pumps, removed & rebuilt (Annual Maintenance) 13.Sewage system DRP pipework redone in Cu-Ni 14.Water softener pipework done in Schedule 80 PVC 15.Master Cabin, Main Salon remounted chilled water lines away from frame 16.Detail/paint around M/E exhausts 17.Clean Lube oil pump, removed & painted 18.Flush mount lights in Lazarette 19.Crew Mess signal converter 20.Gyro repaired, was losing power when deadship 21.Sky Lounge fan coils replumbed, CHILLED WATER LOOP 22.Sky Lounge Fan Coils enclosed in cabinetry 23.Painted drip-tray under Alfa Laval 24.Laundry dryer extraction, required filter NAVIGATION 25.Radar repaired, had not been acquiring targets 26.Navtext repaired, was not receiving 27.Sat C floppy drive repaired, had failure 28.Sat phone SIM 29.B&G gauges repaired, had not been illuminating 30. Calibrated auto pilot and adjusted vessel turn speed DECK 31.BBQ repairs, igniter – To Be Scheduled 32.Replaced sun deck BBQ with new, added gas detection cut off valves and 2 new non corrosive LPG tanks 33.Installed Sundeck grill vents 34.VFH antenna repaired, previously broken on the mast 35.Replaced all locker doors to stop water entry 36.Foredeck cap rail wastage, audio gauge, repaired 37.Varnished overhead trim BDA 38.Teak deck repairs completed for table bases 39.Varnished Portuguese table, new cover fabricated 40.Straightened bent anchor, repainted or galvanized 41.End for end chains, repainted shackle markers 42.Investigated drainage on wing stations 43.Investigated Foredeck drainage, installed scuppers 44.Investigated BDA drainage, installed scuppers 45.Petrol storage locker requires redesigning 46.Modified hawse pipe 47.Investigate crack water entry into mast 48.Modified air & water fittings/lines inside deck lockers; relocated to outside of lockers 49.Fabricated DELRONblock for rescue tender engine 50.Polished anchor pockets 51.Paint repairs on Garage Door 52.Life Rafts serviced 53.Annual Survey 54.Replaced all exterior stone countertops 55.Refinished varnish exterior ceiling trim and borders 56.Cut down and lowered sun deck bar tops by 4 inches. Repainted sundeck 57.Replaced all exterior loose furniture, cushions, and covers 58.Polished exterior painted surfaces 59.Re-seamed and sanded all exterior decks 60.Removed teak decks from foredeck, painted nonskid, and repainted internal bulwarks 61.Moved main deck bar outboard 1.5 feet 62.Replaced main deck bar top with LED backlit white Onyx 63. Replaced Jacuzzi pumps and blowers GALLEY 64.Replaced galley cooktop with induction 65.Insinkerator plumbing investigated & proven; was not draining effectively   INTERIOR 66.Replaced all interior loose furniture, carpets, drapes, blinds 67.Replaced all main salon countertops with white Onyx 68.Refinished floors and walls, removing nicks and dings 69.Replaced main foyer door with beveled glass panels 70.Replaced master entry door mirrors, 16 panes 71.Rebuilt forward dining room bulkhead 72.Removed mirrors from ceiling in main salon 73.Re-wired all bath extractor fans to operate with local light switch. (Previously all 16 exhaust fans were hardwired to constant power. This was causing a 2,136CFM negative pressure inside, pulling in humidity and heat every time doors were opened. We now maintain a 675CFM interior positive pressure, with the galley 50CFM negative. This contains food odors.) 74.Replaced air handlers throughout the boat. 75.Replaced make up air handler 400CFM main deck. 76.Replaced 200CFM with 275CFM make up air handler for lower deck.   MECHANICAL 77.Replaced Quantum hydraulic hoses 78.Opened access to all 16 tanks, pressure cleaned and inspected all tanks, resealed with new tank hatch gaskets 79.Painted tender garage bilges 80.Painted engine room bilges 81.Replaced Alpha Laval MMPX fuel separator with new MAB 103 82.Replaced generator electric end oil seals 83.Repaired gearbox oil leaks 84.Replaced hydraulic stabilizer PTO pumps 85.Replaced stabilizer rams 86.Repacked main shaft packing glands 87.Rebuilt both windlasses 88.Modified chain pipes to drop chain in center of bins, previously required 2 crew members to operate windlass, now 1 crew member can pull anchors 89.Serviced main engines and generators 90.Completed 70 plumbing jobs, some were leak repairs, some were improvements to design   MISC 91.Completed Lloyds Classification survey and signed off all recommendations, including fully automatic water tight door actuation without having to remove decorative trim pieces. 92.Completed Cayman Flag state survey and signed off all recommendations. 93.Completed Bahamas charter inspections and renewal of annual charter license.  
Remarks
NOT OFFERED FOR SALE TO U.S. RESIDENTS WHILE IN U.S. WATERS
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.
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Contact Central Agents: Frank Grzeszczak / Cell: 954-494-7096 / Email: fg@iyc.com Mark Elliott / Cell: 305-794-1167 / Email: mark@iyc.com NOT FOR SALE OR CHARTER TO US RESIDENTS WHILE IN US WATERS