|Inace Yachts 111’ Long Range Motor Yacht|
The new INACE YACHTS 111’ LONG RANGE MOTOR YACHT has the heart and soul of the proven INACE YACHTS EXPLORER VESSELS. Essentially she is a world cruising ship dressed in Yacht Attire. She is designed to have a “yacht” feel with the efficiencies and reliability of the aft house explorer vessels. Exploring, Sudami Style.
Developed for one of my clients, we have incorporated a number of features usually only found in much larger yachts. As an example a full beam owner’s suite with separate foyer that includes not only a coffee station but an owner’s washer and dryer. There is a five guest cabin layout plus convertible owner’s office that create a sixth cabin. This includes 4 cabins on the lower deck, 2 queen cabins and 2 with double single lower berths, all include generous ensuite heads with large showers. Another large yacht feature, there is a direct service corridor from the lower crew’s quarters to the guest cabins and from the upper crew area to the master cabin, allowing for full service of guest and owners cabins without intruding into areas that are in use.
The vessel has been designed to maximize the use of out door entertainment and relaxing spaces. There is a generous boat deck that can carry up to a 24’ tender plus additional water toys. The walk down transom provides easy water and tender access and is deep enough to be fitted out with a fighting chair. There is direct access from the swim platform to the Lazarette. The swim steps lead up to the aft deck dinning area which incorporates a table for 10 guests and has steps that lead up to the boat deck and then up to the flybridge deck. The flybridge is a true entertaining/lounging deck with another large dinning table for 10, full bar, optional Jacuzzi and space for deck chairs.
The heart and sole of the vessel is the engine room, where there has been no compromise in keeping the vessel to her heritage. All equipment is selected for reliability and ease of service, the arrangement and structure being pulled directly from the proven world cruising vessels that INACE YACHTS has built.
Below is a brief specifications listing some key elements, please contact me for full details and equipment and layout options available.
BASE PRICE FOR A WELL EQUIPED VESSEL INCLUDING ABS Certifications, MCA is available as an additional option- USD$11,995,000.00. Please Inquire or call.
Dimension and Tolerances
A bulbous bow shall be incorporated into the structure. Plating to be heavy steel.
The shell plating shall have flush welded buffs and seams using two sided welds. Hull plating welds shall be ground flush on the outside as much as allowed by ABS. Distortion of bare steel plating after being fully welded shall not exceed 4mm in any direction between frames by using a three (3) meter batten.
IN GENERAL, the following sizes and thickness shall be used in the hull construction:
BULKHEADS – WATERTIGHT COMPARTMENTS
Watertight, oil-tight and structural bulkheads are to be welded and of scantlings as indicated.
2. Fresh Water Tanks
3. Bow thruster Compartment
4. Guest Stateroom Compartment
5. Master stateroom Compartment
6. Fuel Oil Tanks
7. Engine Room
8. Steering Gear Compartment
Two (2) NORTHERN LIGHTS
Engine controls shall be ZF MATHERS controls with console mounted control heads installed in the Wheelhouse, Fly bridge and at the boat deck station.
Hydraulic power Steering shall be KOBELT and is to have three stations
Per Item # 16 - Bow Thruster shall be a 16” AMERICAN BOW THRUSTER - 65 HP and it is to be driven off the main engine
GROUND TACKLE EQUIPMENT – WINDLASS / CAPSTAIN
The windlass and ground tackle shall have two Maxwell or Muir 6000 Lbs windlasses with 450’ of 5/8” High tensile chain on each side ( port and starboard) and 240 Kgs Navy type anchor to be stored in two polished stainless steel anchor pocket located at port and starboard bow sides
Aqua air Chilled water consisting of three compressors with a 20 ton capacity.
Air conditioning condensate shall drain to the gray water tank,through a separate common drain pipe with appropriate water traps.
AMERICAN BOW THRUSTER stabilizer model 370 with 20 sqft fins or similar.
FUEL OIL PURIFIER
ALFA LAVAL fuel system model MIB 303 plus RACOR filters on all supply lines.
LUBE OIL SYSTEM
Two (2) storage tanks shall be installed, one for clean lube oil, the other for waste oil.
SEAWATER SYSTEM AND MACHINERY COOLING
The Builder shall furnish and install (2) two sea chests in the engine room using 6” pipe, with cross over pipe.
All piping to be CuNi, sea chests to be fitted with removable tops. The sea chest arrangement shall be fitted with a vent valve which will be configured in such a way that compressed air can be attached to clear the system.
The engine room shall have two fans (one supply and one exhaust). Fans to be variable speed and separately switched. Variable frequency drive (VFDs) shall be included for engine room fans. Engine room supply and exhaust air shall be ducted through grills, water traps, baffles.
FRESH WATER SYSTEM
The two pressure pumps on fresh water system shall be piped in parallel with automatic pressure switches to control them, set at slightly different pressures.
Black Water System
The black water tank shall be of steel construction, integral with the hull, The tank shall be fitted with two (2) diaphragm pumps actuated by a high and low level switches which will also actuate an indicator lights and an audio alarm.
Toilets to be HEADHUNTER water jet system.
Gray Water System
The two gray water tanks shall be of steel construction, integral with the hull, The tank shall have a diaphragm pump and shall be fitted with two (2) level switches (high and low) to control the sump pump. Operation to be automatic, with an override switch to permit manual operation.
Sinks and showers shall have individual water traps and shall drain to the gray water tanks.
FIRE, BILGE AND ANCHOR WASH
The bilge system is to include two large bilge pumps, one (I) direct engine driven pump located in the E/R and one (1) 220 VAC electric pump located in the E/R, connected to the bilge manifold. In addition, there will be seven (7) submersible pumps, one in each compartment. There shall be a 5Omm hand bilge pump, mounted in the engine room as well.
In addition, there shall be one (I) portable diesel driven self-priming emergency fire and bilge pump that is compliant with ABS.
Under normal conditions, the fire main shall be pressurized by the electric bilge/fire main pump, located in the E/R, which then draws from a the main sea chest in the E/R. There shall also be a crossover pipe from the pump to the E/R bilge manifold.
The fire main runs outside the engine room and feeds the four (4) fire stations located throughout the vessel and the forward located anchor wash.
The builder shall supply and install a 2000 Lbs MARQUIPT hydraulic boom crane.
The base price includes allowances for the following items: Electronics
Optional 115' Explorer Profile
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