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This Boat is Off Market

  • Off Market
  • Power / Motor Yachts
  • Delta / Tri-Deck
  • 1998 / Used
  • 124' / 25'10"
  • Detroit Diesel 16V92TA
  • Detroit Diesel 16V92TA
  • 1450 hp
  • 180 hrs
  • Diesel

Motor Yachts 1998 Delta Tri-Deck

Off Market since May 19th 2016

To see full description of this boat from the seller click on the Seller Description tab above.

The 124' Delta motor yacht was an upgrade and evolution to the 122' Delta. With a higher bow and more fuel capacity, these yachts have proven to be capable ocean cruising vessels.

LOOSE ENDS, built as Scot Free, is the second vessel in the successful 124' series.

Having crossed the Atlantic six different times (with the aid of bladder tanks), she is a testament to the quality and stout build of a Delta motor yacht. LOOSE ENDS is equally at home in the Med as she is in the shoal waters of the Bahamas. Equipped with a hydraulic telescoping stern passerelle, shore power conversion unit, walk-around decks and plenty of outdoor space, she makes for an ideal cruising boat. The current owners enjoy the yacht with family and friends and also offer the yacht for charter.

Layout

LOOSE ENDS sleeps 8 owners and guests in 4 staterooms. Crew accommodations include 6 berths and 3 heads with a crew mess forward.

Upon entering the salon from the aft deck, or owners entrance starboard main deck, there is a large, bright interior, 7'2" headroom, large picture windows, and honey colored steamed beech woodwork with maple burl inlays. A formal bar is located aft starboard of the salon and a comfortable seating area to port and forward. A pop-up 42' television is starboard.

Forward and divided by a large storage banquette featuring graceful wooden columns, is the formal dining salon which features comfortable seating for 8, with additional space afforded by a leaf in the dining table. Easy access to the on-deck, eat-in galley is to port forward, with access to the day head and VIP stateroom to starboard forward.

The attractive open tread staircase amidship leads up to the sky lounge and down to the lower guest foyer. The foyer on the lower level leads to the full-beam king master forward with a full beam his and her head including a Jacuzzi tub and shower with magnificent Rojo Allicante marble walls, floor, and countertops.

Two identical guest staterooms are located aft, each with a queen berth and en-suite cashew rose and crema marfil marble heads, new entertainment systems, and spacious cedar closets.

A guest laundry is located in a closet in the foyer with a separate fire extinguishing system. On the main level is a VIP stateroom with a king berth. The VIP features an en-suite head with a marble lined stall shower.

Main Salon

Upon entering the main salon from the aft deck, there is an L-shaped bar with six chairs to starboard with an L-shaped seating area just forward and opposite. The bar has an icemaker, wine cooler, and refrigerator. There are two sofas and a recliner and 7'2" headroom throughout the vessel. The dining area is forward of the salon and provides ample seating for eight.

Dining table chairs; new 2015

Carpet throughout boat; new 2015

Occasional chair in salon recovered

Sofa cushions re-stuffed; 2015

Bar stools re-cushioned; 2015

42" Samsung pop-up plasma television with custom cabinetry; 2015

DVD player; new

Iomage hard drive with 1000 movies connected in salon

Icemaker; new

Master Stateroom & Head

The full-beam master stateroom is forward amidship and offers a host of amenities, including a king berth, large walk-in closets, a settee and a complete entertainment system. The luxurious marble his and her heads are joined by a large Jacuzzi tub and shower. There is an escape hatch into the forward crew quarters behind a mirror on the port side of the master head.

New bedding; 2015

All new A/V; 2015

VIP Stateroom & Head

On-deck VIP stateroom

Queen berth

New bedding; 2015

Walk-in closet

En-suite head with stall shower

Refrigerator

All new A/V; 2015

Guest Staterooms & Heads

2) Island queen guest staterooms

The guest staterooms are mirror images, each comfortably appointed with steamed b eech woodwork with maple burl inlays and accents

New bedding; 2015

(2) Nightstands

Desk and credenza with entertainment system

(2) Large, opening portlights

Walk-in cedar-lined closets

En-suite marble-lined heads with stall showers

Galley

L-shaped seating

Upholstery on dinette; new 2015

Miele dishwasher; new 2011

(2) Sub-zero freezer drawers

(2) Miele ovens; new 209

(2) Elkay stainless steel sinks

5-Burner range top; new 2015

(2) InSinkErator garbage disposals

Amana microwave

Custom cabinets added; new 2010

Exhaust hood and fan

Small stew refrigerator; new 2009

24" Samsung flat screen television; new 2009

Miele dishwasher in crew quarters

GE refrigerator/freezer in crew quarters

Sharp microwave oven in crew quarters

Flybridge

Cushions; new 2015

(2) New - Boat deck varnished dining tables

Sub-zero refrigerator and icemaker

Low profile deck freezer

Skylounge

The skylounge is accessed via the central staircase from the main salon. With teak paneling and teak and holly sole, the skylounge features large picture windows, perfect for relaxing and watching the views. There is an adjacent day head that services the skylounge.

The pilothouse is accessed forward from the skylounge and features a dinette area, ideal for underway cruising.

The outdoor dining area is located through aft double doors and guests can enjoy dining under a sun shade. There is a grill, 5-person hot tub, flybridge access, and access to the aft boat deck aft. The stairwell from the boat deck down to the aft deck makes crew movement between decks unobtrusive.

All new A/V equipment; 2015

Floor revarnished; 2009

Refrigerator

Ice maker

Bow & Stern

The foredeck is accessed via the teamed walk-around side decks, port and starboard. The foredeck features a built-in seating area, steps with safety rails onto the trunk-cabin, with a sun pad, and bosuns storage locker. Dual Anchors.

The transom features an integral teamed swim platform, with hot and cold shower, swim ladder, stainless steel cleats for tender, watertight transom door to the lazarette, and port and starboard stairwells up to the aft deck.

Aft Deck

The aft deck is accessed from the centerline stern passerelle or via the built-in steps to port and starboard from the integral swim platform. The covered aft deck, with teak decking, comfortably seats 8 to 10 for dining.

There is access to the side decks, port and starboard, and engine room via the hatch and ladder, for use while underway (keeping the transom watertight door closed). There is access to the boat deck via a circular stairwell and access to the main salon through double doors.

Deck Equipment

2) Anchor windlass Muir V5000 ; rebuilt 2015

(2) 550# anchors with automatic fresh water wash; (2) 600 ft 16mm chain

(2) Muir VC4000, 24v DC warping capstans aft deck

Bauer Utilus 10 SCUBA compressor; 225 bar 3300 psi

Nautical Structures telescoping crane EZ-2500 EX (2,500#)

Marquipt R2 telescoping stern passerelle; new teak 2015

Marquipt side boarding tide ride ladder with extension and 4 teak handrails

Delta swim ladder

Kahlenberg air horn

Stainless steel outdoor grill

18ft Novurania dinghy with 08' 115 hp Yamaha; approximately 100 hours

ACR remote RCL-600A search light

Sea-Doo wave runner

14' Sunfish sailboat

5-Person Jacuzzi on bridge deck

Sun pads on bow; new 2015

Mast and side deck CCTV camera security system

Transom door; rebuilt 2015

Crew Quarters

3) Crew cabins

(3) Crew heads

Television; new 2009

VHF; new 2008

Television in captain's quarters; new

CCTV in captain's quarters; new

Laundry

Clothes dryer; new

Clothes washer; new

Asko washing machine in crew quarters; new

Asko dryer in crew quarters; new

Engine & Mechanical

Engine Hours

Port engine: 1080 hours SMOH

Starboard engine: 180 hours SMOH

Fuel Burn

1320 RPM 10 Kts 40 GPH total

1500 RPM 10.7 Kts 48 GPH total

1700 RPM 12.5 Kts 68 GPH total

1900 RPM 14 Kts 94 GPH total

Engines have a custom designed (Joe Smullen) mounting system for the engines achieving extraordinary quiet and vibration-free operation.

All alternators replaced; 2015

Water tank: 1,100 USG plus (2) 1,200 GPD water makers; new 2015

Lube oil: 60 USG

Dirty lube oil: 60 USG

Gray Water: 390 USG

Black water: 720 USG (plus MSD system)

(2) 65Kw Northern Lights generators (upgraded) both in sound shields and double shock mounted; rebuilt 2015

(5) New 5-ton Rich Beers A/C and Marine Air handling system; updated and upgraded 2015

Naiad stabilizers Model 404; updated and upgraded 2010 with Koop Nautic roll compensation control head; 16' fins; pulled and reset 2015

Alfa Laval MAB 203 fuel oil centrifuge; essential for long distance cruising

Van air compressor

Servo Watch alarm system; upgraded 2005

Water heater double capacity; 2009

Water softener added 2009; helps tremendously on exterior window cleaning

Engine room tool chest; 2010

PTO's off both engines with crossover American 80 hp bow thruster, control stations pilothouse, and flybridge; rebuilt 2015

Oil transfer system

ZF 1950 transmission 2.448:1 reduction

(4) Automatic bilge pumps

10 Kohler fresh water flush WC's

All water and hydraulic lines and pumps replaced or rebuilt 2015

Power steering and rams rebuilt

Hull monitoring system

D'Angelo exhaust system

CO2 system for engine room and lazarette

Electronics & Navigational Equipment

Simrad AP70 auto-pilot (complete system); new

C-Plath Navigat X mod X gyro compass linked to C-Plath NaviPilot V autopilot

Simrad 714 color X-band radar 120 mile

Furuno S-Band radar with repeater on flybridge

Electronic chart plotter connected to (2) plotters

(1) Northstar 952X GPS in pilothouse

(1) Garmin 741XS GPS map

ICOM IC-M802 SSB radio

Furuno color depth sounder

(2) Standard spectrum VHF radios; (1) Furuno FM 3000 VHF; (2) ICOM GM1600 survival VHF(GMDSS)

Standard Horizon VHFon flybridge; JMC VHF in crew mess

Computer with scanner and printer

Autohelm GPS

Servo watch monitoring system with Headhunter tank monitoring

Raymarine ST60 wind anemometer with ST80 wind and depth repeaters

MiFi with itnernal WiFi system

Intelian S80HD television satellite dish; new 2015

Panasonic EXT7885 12-line 900 MHz telephone system

(12) Panasonic KXT 7130 speaker phones

(4) Panasonic KXT 7135 12-line speaker phones with caller ID

SART rescue beacon

Intelian VSAT system; new 2015

VIE 17" monitor for S Band radar

Nauticomp 12" electronic charts monitor

Depth and wind repeaters

Gyro repeater and autopilot

Sea Hail - hailing system

New anti-glare film applied to windshield, 2015

Electrical System

208v, 3-phase, 60 cycle AC electrical system (US spec)

24v DC emergency back-up systems

(2) 65Kw Northern Lights generators with sound shields; both rebuilt 2015

Atlas shore power converter system with smart box

(4) Sentry battery chargers

Marine batteries; new 2013

Vessel is capable of plugging into shore power worldwide. A 3-cycle vessel is more efficient to run on shore power.

Safety & Fire Protection

2) 2005 Revere Solas 8-man life rafts

2006 Revere 8-man Coastal MKIII portable life raft

(6) Life rings

Exterior life jackets; 14 adult; 7 child

Interior guest life jackets; 8 (2 in each cabin); 6 crew life jackets (2 in each cabin)

(6) CO2 inflatable life jackets; 3 adult life jackets; in tender

SART rescue beacon

(2) Pains Wessex man overboard 360 lifebuoy marker; attached to life rings

ACR - EPIRB

(7) Drager Parat-C smoke hoods

(4) Drager Quick Air-10 emergency breathing devices (EEBD)

Interior Safety Lock

4) Pains Wessex rocket propelled heaving lines

Drager self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA)

Drager Parac-C smoke hood

(2) Oxygen cylinders, radar reflector, medical kit, grab bag

15 hour ACR buoy rescue light

Fire fighting

Ansul fixed Co2 system (5 bottles, 200 cu ft per bottle)

(6) 3kg ABC portable fire extinguishers

(11) 6kg AC portable fire extinguishers

(5) 9L, AB (foam) portable fire extinguishers

Fire pump in engine room with various fire hose outlets on deck

Alarms

Servo Watch System

(4) RAID Unit Monitoring panels at pilothouse, crew mess, engine room, and flybridge

Security

Panasonic WV-CU 254 system controller with 15' tri-view CCTV monitor in pilothouse

CCTV Panasonic cameras, port and starboard decks and aft deck

Panasonic WV-CW964 masthead camera

Panasonic CCTV camera in engine room

Additional CCTB monitors in crew mess and captain's cabin

Remarks

LOOSE ENDS is superbly designed for comfortable, relaxed cruising whether it's Alaska, the Caribbean, or the Med. LOOSE ENDS has made six trans-Atlantic crossings.

LOOSE ENDS went through a major refit in 2015

New dcor; 2015

Just completed five year St. Vincent's commercial renewal survey

Hull and superstructure repainted; 2006

Portions of the superstructure and all inner bulwarks and flybridge hand-roll painted; 2008 and 2015

Displacement: 178 long tons (half load)

Range: 2,200 nautical miles at 10 knots

Replacement / Repair List April 5, 2015 Forward

Rebuilt both generators

Installed (2) new water makers; 1200 GPD

Installed new waste treatment system

Completely replaced and upgraded all A/V equipment

Replaced and upgraded the satellite television system

Installed new VSAT antenna and electronics

Replaced and upgraded autopilot system

Installed new Furuno AIS and Furuno gyro compass

Installed and upgraded new Panasonic telephone system

Replaced and upgraded guest washer and dryer

Installed new headliners throughout yacht

Repaired icemaker on the flybridge

Partial upgrade to NIA stabilizer system; all electronics were replaced with new; electronics are ready for zero-speed upgrade

Purchased and installed new wireless printer in pilothouse

Purchased new radar monitor screen

New interior - all new furniture, carpet, window treatments throughout

Upgraded and installed (2) new galley sink faucets

Replaced (2) galley refrigerator door seals

Upgraded and repaired/replaced two fresh water pumps for ships' water supply.

Upgraded the pressure switches and two pressure tank; new

Replaced and upgraded main shore power circuit breakers

Rebuilt both port/starboard/anchor windlasses.

Re-plated both windlasses and ship's bell

Rebuilt both the port/starboard Detroit throttle/clutch assemblies

Installed (3) new rudder angle indicators on the flybridge port/center/starboard pilot stations

Installed wireless LAN access points throughout, including outside areas

Replaced the jog steering component for the wing stations on the flybridge

Purchased and replaced the flybridge DDEC display panels with newer displays

Completely rebuilt and/or replaced the bow thruster hydraulic assembly

Replaced or rebuilt all A/C compressors and air handlers

Replaced all extractor fans in the interior

Compounded and waxed entire vessel; May, 2015

Serviced Novurania tender Yamaha motor

Serviced Sea-Doo jet ski

Re-fiberglassed and painted both port and starboard rub rails

Repainted entire transom door area

Replaced flybridge window bra with new

Built and installed new paddle board brackets on the starboard bow

Serviced and/or upgraded all safety equipment

Upgraded and replaced MSD system with new

Replaced tank sensors for the black/gray tanks

Inspected and cleaned both the black and gray water tanks for service

Inspected and cleaned fuel tanks

Replaced entire master bedroom floor

Installed new GPS/VHF stereo on the tender

Reupholstered crew settee

Rebuilt all pumps in the engine room and lazarette

Completely cleaned and organized bilge area

Made new harness to lift tender

Purchased new snorkel gear

Repaired pilothouse windscreen washers

Replaced pilothouse console GPS with new Garmin

Rebuilt all pumps and alternators on main engines

Rebuilt all pumps and alternators on both gen-sets

Cleaned and reorganized all ship's files

Made and installed all new cabinet face plates for A/V equipment

Replaced both water makers and piping with new

Installed (2) new make-up air systems under the flybridge helm

Serviced passerelle on transom

Serviced the Alpha Laval centerfuge

Serviced all A/C equipment in the engine room

Serviced the A/C shore power converter

Repaired miscellaneous areas on the teak deck

Serviced davit

Serviced hot water tanks

Replaced sink fixtures on the flybridge and boat deck

Cut hole in the icemaker cabinet on the flybridge for better air cooling/circulation

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