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Beautiful around the world yacht!
- ACCOMMODATIONS AND INTERIOR
- STATEROOM CONFIGURATIONS Owner 1 x Full beam Owner’s California King Stateroom with his and her bathrooms en suite Guests 1 x VIP California King Stateroom with bathroom en suite 2 x Queen Staterooms with bathroom en suite 2 x Queen/Twin Staterooms with bathroom en suite Crew 1 x Captain’s cabin with bathroom en suite 1 x 4 berth cabin with bathroom en suite (separate shower/toilet rooms) 1 x 2 berth cabin with bathroom en suite 2 x 2 berth cabin with shared bathroom The main deck features a large and comfortable main salon containing a bar with 4 armed chairs, a large couch, a round reversible (game/formal) table with 4 large arm chairs, an all regions 50” pop up TV,DVDs, SAT receivers, iPod dock, and accesses the central movie, music, and photo distribution system. The room has an excellent home theater listening experience. All surfaces are covered with exotic stones. Aft port there is a staircase leading down to a foyer around which four guest cabins are located. At the aft of the main salon there are double doors which lead to the aft deck. The aft deck may be fully enclosed, open to the fresh air, or closed with AC. This area is furnished with a large teak round table with a lazy susan, 8 upholstered teak dining chairs. For cocktails, there are 4 arm chairs, a curved couch and tables. There is a 37” LCD connected to the SAT TV system to the central movie, music, and photo distribution system. There is a staircase going up to the boat-deck from the port side. Foward of the main salon is the elegant formal dining salon containing a large inlaid table with 12 chairs, large fossils, storage cabinets for china, and silverware and a serving door into the pantry and galley. Music from multiple sources can be played in this room. The galley is well equipped with commercial grade equipment and suitable for extensive catering. There are 2 doors to the side decks for crew entrance and the loading of supplies so as not to interfere with the owner’s access on the other side of the yacht. A staircase from the forward end of the galley leads down to the crew cabins and crew salon. Forward on the main accommodation deck is the yacht's formal entrance with an inlaid stone floor. This door provides egress out to the side decks and side boarding ladder. Further forward is one of the Owner’s cabins. It is furnished with a king size bed, an Italian leather couch, an Italian leather recliner, a dresser with wood inlay, a large 42” Plasma TV with an all region DVD player, iPod dock, and access to the central movie, music, and photo distribution system. This room as an excellent home theater listening experience. This cabin has its own large, private shower and toilet. There is ample wardrobe space. Aft of this cabin and off the passage-way on the starboard side is a doorway into the galley, an entrance to the dining salon, a staircase leading up to the wheelhouse, and a staircase down to the other owners cabin. The lower accommodation deck contains the second owners’ cabin where the full beam of the ship is really felt. This room has a king size bed, two armchairs and a small table with inlay. At the end of the bed a all regions 42” LCD drops down from the ceiling. Connected to it is an all regions DVD player, SAT TV receiver, iPod dock, and it accesses the central movie, music, photo distribution system. This is another home theater listening system. There are two bathrooms, one with bath-tub with shower and the other with a shower. Both have toilets and wash basins. This cabin has four wardrobes and two built in wall dressers. All surfaces covered with exotic stone. The 4 guest cabins are located aft of the main salon on the lower accommodation deck and are around a central foyer which contains linen storage cupboards. The 2 aft cabins have queen beds and the two forward cabins each have a queen bed and a single bed. These are large cabins. All have a private bathroom with tub, shower, toilet and wash basin. Each room is equipped with all regions LCD TV’s, DVD players, SAT receivers, iPod docks, and access the central movie, music, photo distribution system. The boat deck is accessed from either the Sky Lounge or from the aft deck. On this deck there is large teak inlaid tabled with 10 cushioned seats for outside dining. Normal running configuration has one tender on this deck while the other tender and jet skis are stored on the forward deck. With the one tender removed this is an expansive deck space often used for; a sunning area (teak cushioned chairs used at the table convert to sunning chairs), an exercise area where guests use the treadmill or Elliptical Trainer, and at night guest enjoy outstanding panoramas while dinning. The top deck which is accessed by a staircase from the upper port-side deck encompasses the complete upper deck. Forward on this deck is a Jacuzzi tub, large sun pads, seating areas, a full bar, a full back bar (both covered in exotic stone), a large BBQ, 4 chase lounge chairs, and aft there is an expansive sunning pad. Above the bar is a water proof 42” TV Plasma TV that accesses an all-region DVD player, iPod dock, and the central movie, music, and photo distribution system. This quality home theater listening experienced has prompted night guests to turn this area from a sunning area into a dance area. The Sky Lounge is accessed from the boat deck or through the bridge area. It is equipped with two couches, a day head, a service bar, an all regions 60” TV, DVD’s, iPod dock, SAT receiver, and accesses the central movie, music, and photo distribution system. This is a quality home theater listening experience. The wheel-house is carpeted and contains a helm chair, settee, chart table and navigation/radio equipment. The captain’s cabin, which has a double bed, head and shower, is directly behind the wheel-house on the port side. The ship’s office, equipped with computer and worldwide communication equipment is directly behind the wheel-house along the starboard side. Passing through the ship’s office takes you to a passageway which has the wine cellar to the left and a large walk-in refrigerator/freezer to the right.
- REFIT 2009
- In 2009, an extensive refit was completed. Most of the interior areas including the Master Stateroom, Guest Staterooms, Main Salon, Dining Salon, Sky Lounge, Captains Stateroom, Crew Quarters, and all Heads were completely renovated. All carpeting, wall paper, ceiling treatments, light fixtures, marble surfaces, tile, window treatments, and fabrics were replaced. Low voltage, voice and data wire were added, wiring and plumbing upgrades and repairs were completed, and a complete new interior was installed. New features include custom Italian designed marquetry furniture, exotic stone work, fossil art and collectables, all new audio/video electronics, iPod docks throughout, and a centralized Movie/Music/Photo storage system. In addition, a wireless internet was installed resulting in a worldwide audio, video, voice, and data capabilities that benefits all guest and crew areas. Deck modifications and additions include adding a foredeck crane. This allows crew tender and toys to be stowed away from guest areas. For rough weather safe option, tender and toys can still be stored aft. The large tender can be stowed either across the beam aft providing more room for guests or forward/aft. The sun deck, new sun pad, and hot tub configuration were added. In addition, a bar, back bar, Sunbright TV, and large full beam un pad located aft were added. Ships electronics were upgraded to accommodate worldwide travel. New teak deck furniture, upholstery, and canvas were also installed throughout the entire vessel.
- REFIT 2011
- Golden Compass benefited from the installation of an ASEA model AC90V Shore Power Converter and a ASEA Seamless Transfer Switch. Modifications were made to the Lazzerette to accommode additional storage and the new ASEA Shore Air Power unit. In addition, all lower teak decks, swim step, swim deck stairs, and gangway teak were replaced. The entire hull was stripped and repainted with Awlgrip paint. Significant portions of the house and bow paint were repainted with Awlgrip paint. All exterior cushions and lounge pads were replaced with new Sunbrella fabric. New artwork from around the world was installed, and several interior stone surfaces were added. Other miscellaneous improvements include a new Ocean Breeze 40KW Load Bank, shafts, rebuilt stabilizers, crane, capsan, and bow thruster. In addition to the Air Mar weather station, a Furuno FI5001 Weather station was added. Also, a depth finder was upgraded, a new NavimeteoSat with bi-directional satellite transponder was installed. This tracks and broadcasts Golden Compass position by satellite and provides weather reports and weather warnings. An automated Sea Water Dosing Station was installed to eliminate sea growth in seawater piping. All main and generator maintenance required by hours including the 10,000 hour service on the Port main was completed.
- Main Engines 2 x 900hp Caterpillar freshwater cooler marine diesel engines (D398) Gear Boxes 2 x Caterpillar 7251 - reverse reduction gear boxes Propellers Twin 4 x blade brass propellers Speeds and Fuel Consumption Cruising speed about 12 knots (@1,100 RPM) with an approx fuel consumption of 62 US gallons (234 liters) per hour. Economical speed about 10 knots (@850 RPM) with approx fuel consumption of 34 US gallons (128 liters) per hour Maximum speed about 13 knots (@1,250 RPM) with approx fuel consumption of 92 US gallons (348 liters) per hour Range 3,800 nautical miles (approx) at economical speed Auxiliary Machinery & Electrical System Generators 2x 130KW (each) Caterpillar 3306 (one rebuilt in 2008 and the other in 2010) Ocean Breeze 40KW Load Bank Electricity 208V, 3 phase AC, 60Hz 110V, single phase AC, 60Hz Shore Power 480/220V, 3 phase, 200 amps, 60Hz ASEA model AC90V Shore Power Converter and ASEA Seamless Transfer Switch Batteries 2 x main engine 24v, each bank consists of 4 Gel batteries, 2 x generator start banks, each with 2 gel batteries, 2 sets of batteries to separately power emergency navigation and communication (8 gel batteries in total) Tank Capacities (approx) Fuel 64,453 liters (16,500 US gallons) Water 21,953 liters (5,800 US gallons) Lube Oil & Waste Tank 2 x 1,514 liters (400 US gallons), one for oil and one for waste Ancillary Equipment Steering System Willis – Ridley Hydraulic Rudder Angle Indicator 1 x Robertson RI 45 Engine Controls Micro-Commander with Glendenning synchronizer Bow Thruster 1 x Lips BV Drunen, 55KW, Variable Speed with Soft Start Stabilizer 2 x Vosper stabilizer with Koop Nautique Controls Fuel Separator and Filters 1 x Alfa Laval Fuel Purifier model #MAB103B-24-4205 with Racor filters Tank Monitoring Systems Headhunter LED light tank level indicating panel for fuel and storage tanks, recalibrated and serviced 2009 Headhunter model #TS3004 LED light level indicator for freshwater tanks 2 x Hart Systems Inc tank tender level indicators for all fuel and freshwater tanks Headhunter LED light level indicator for gray and black water tank levels as well as sewage treatment tank Watermaker 2 x Filtration Concepts Inc. model # D1626E-3 water makers producing a total of 6,056 liters (1,600 US gallons) per day EACH, rebuilt 2009 Atlantic Ultraviolet Light Corporation model #550B potable water system ultraviolet light sterilization unit Sewage Treatment System 1 x Headhunter Royal Flush sewage treatment system-re-certified in 2009 Air Compressors Dayton Model #3Z174C 1 Hp AC Electric two stage piston driven compressors Bilge Oil/Water Separator 1 x Village Marine Tech OWS2.2 re-certified 2009 Air Conditioning 5 Compressors totaling 35 tons using chilled water loop 31 x Air handling units with thermostats Special Lighting 4 x Underwater Lighting by Aqua Lights Model# AL 175WS “Golden Compass” lighted custom signage by Yachtsign; Port, Starboard and Stern
- SAFETY, FIRE AND SECURITY EQUIPMENT
- Safety 2 x Viking 20 person life rafts with hydrostatic releases re-certified 2009 2 x Viking 4 person life rafts with hydrostatic releases (2009) 6 x Liferings (2 with strobe lights and 2 with strobe light and smoke signal) (2009) 20 adult and 2 children Solas approved lifejackets 1 x ACR 121.5 Mhz EPIRBs (2009) 1 x McMurdo SART (2009) SOLAS approved marine medical equipment CAT”A” (2009) 2 x ICOM, IC-GM1500 Emergency VHF’s 20 Immersion Suits (2009) 20 Thermal Aids Covers (2009) Firefighting (new in 2009) 3 x Seawater firefighting stations – survey says 5 1 x 79.4-kg Halon 1301Fixed Fire Suppression system Engine Room flooding system and a 2x 39.7kg bottles activated with a remote pull system 1 x Fixed CO2 Galley Hood Flooding System 2 x Firefighting suits with breathing apparatus 38 x Fire Extinguishers 1 FM 200 Automatic Extinguisher located in the Bosun locker 1 x Diesel Yonmar 3.3kw model# L48V6MF1F1AA engine attached to model #2P5XYR 4.7HP pump used for portable high pressure emergency fire pump Alarm System Honeywell “Notifier” system - smoke and heat detector alarm system with sensors throughout the yacht (2009) 6 x High water bilge alarm monitoring system with horn Security 8 x CCTV cameras of which 3 are pan/zoom with split screen displays on Bridge, Crew Mess with a video recorder with 8 Channel H.264 1 TB Real Time CCTV Security DVR System (2009)
- Satcom 1 Furuno Inmarsat Sat-C 1 x F77 Nera 1 HP 1040 fax connected to F77 1 x Furuno IC307 Ships Security Alert System Radios 1 x ICOM VHF – ICM127 1 x ICOM VHF – IC-M125 2 x WPHF VHF handheld emergency radios with DSC 1 x Furuno VHF/DSC - FM8800D 1 x Furuno SSB Transceiver FS1503 8 x ICOM handheld VHF radios Cellular System 1 x Tellular GSM four band (worldwide capable) receiver interfaced into the PBX (2009) Broadband Internet and VOIP telephone lines (2009) KVH V-7 Worldwide Broadband internet with 2 telephone lines 1 Brother 9440CN Laser Printer/Scanner/Fax/Copier Telephone Exchange(2009) AT&T Partner System PBX, reworked and upgraded 2009 Intercom facility throughout the yacht Marine cell phone line interfaced Internet and satellite phone line interfaced
- NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
- Magnetic Compass C-Plath Jupiter Gyro Compass 1 x Maretron Fluxgate SSC-200 1 x Furuno THD Satellite Compass SC-50 Automatic Pilot Robertson AP9-MK2 with MK3 Software Echo Sounder 1 x Raymarine SP60 1 x Interphase Iscan 180 - Sonar Rudder Indicator Robertson R145 Steering Model FU91 steering lever Radar 2 x Furuno FAR-21X7 BB series 72 nautical mile with ARPA and AIS integrated Whistle Control Kahlenberg M51 CD Automatic Whistle Control GPS 1 x LEICA 420AIS 1 x Magnavox MX300 DGPS Navigator Chart Plotter 1 x Nobeltec Max Pro chartplotter with global charts loaded plus full back up on separate computer (most of the world charts are loaded) Weather Station Airmar – networked in the radio room and bridge (2009) Furuno FI5001 Weather Station Navtex Furuno NX500 Navtex receiver
- DECK EQUIPMENT
- Anchor Windlass 1 x Steen 2 speed hydraulic anchor windlass with remote control Anchors 2 x Stockless 750 lbs (approx) Chains – 5 shackles (450.00 ft/155m) both port & stbd AFT Warping Capstans 2 x Warping drums on anchor windlass 2 x Stern Warping drums Boat Crane & Davits 2 x Custom Hydraulic Cranes with a working load of 2000kg re-certified 2009 1 x UMT YDRR-1000 foredeck crane with a working load of 1000 lbs (2009) Passerelle 1 x Marquipt Tide-Ride Side Ladder 1 x Stern passerelle with teak inlay Swimming Platform Custom built wide teak platform with stern boarding ladder & shower
- AUDIO / VISUAL ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEMS
- Each guest cabin and virtually all guest areas throughout the vessel have the benefit of a common package of entertainment equipment typically including: A centralized movie, music and photo storage and distribution system by Escient. This system is loaded with 250 current video titles and 1,000 songs All region Plasma or LCD TV’s to accommodate global travel All region Pioneer DVD players for global travel Apple iPod docks (over 12 throughout the vessel) Customized but ”easy to use” remote controls by Universal and Logitech KVH M-9 Global Satellite TV- wired to each room In all of the main entertaining areas, the master stateroom, and the VIP stateroom Marantz AV Surround Receiver SR5003 7.1 have been utilized. Advanced ships network have been installed providing access to the internet through wireless access points located throughout the boat. The latest global high speed internet system was recently installed
- GALLEY AND LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT
- 2 x Commercial custom made freezer units in galley 1 x Large walk-in refer/freezer on boat deck area 2 x Mareno refer units in pantry 1 x Haier minibar fridge on the bridge (2009) 1 x Haier small fridge Crew Mess (2009) 1 x Uline Small fridge in Main Salon (2009) 1 x Uline small fridge in the Sky Lounge (2009) 1 x Summit Commercial refer/wine cooler – Sun Deck (2009) 2 x ULines – 1 x on the Sun Deck and 1x in the Sky Lounge (2009) 1 x Iceomatic – pantry (2009) 1 x Kitchen Aid – pantry 1 x wine cooler Vino vault (2009) 1 x Garland 6 Burner, Deep Fryer, Salamander and Grill 2 x Garland Ovens 1 x Miele Dishwasher 1 x Sharp Microwave Galley 1 x Haier Microwave Crew Mess (2009) 2 x Miele Washers 2 x Miele Dryers (1 x 2009)
- TENDERS AND TOYS
- 1 x 19’ Nautica Widebody with Yamaha 150HP four stroke with all extras (highlights – limo seating, removable door for entry from water, bimini top, bow dodger, built in ice chest, Garmin GPS, iPod CD Stereo, water ski-wake board rope bar (2009) 1 x 12’ Nautica with Yamaha 40HP Four Stroke Outboard (2009) 2 x Bombadier SEA DOO’s, 1x 2008 SEA DOO GTX4 Tech and 1 x SEA DOO RXT255 Personal Water Craft (100 hours 2009) 1 x water skies (beginner and advanced) 1 x wake board 1 x knee board 12 x snorkeling gear (fins, mask snorkel) 2 x donuts (2009) 2 x Kayaks
- ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT
- Jacuzzi (2009) Elliptical Trainer (2009) Treadmill (2009) Barbeque (2009)
- Noell Vawter 954-391-3550 Noell@WorthAvenueYachts.com Jim Eden 954-258-3434 JIm@WorthAvenueYachts.com http://www.goldencompass.biz/