Motor Yachts 1970 Feadship listed by Denison Yacht Sales (Off Market)
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USA DUTY PAID
ORIGINALLY BUILT FOR USA OWNER SO WIRED 220V 60HTZ
TOTAL OF 12 TRANS-ATLANTIC CROSSINGS – 3 BY HER CURRENT OWNER
FULLY SERVICED AND READY CRUISE IMMEDIATELY
WORLDWIDE SHORE POWER COMPATIBLE
THIS FEADSHIP IS SPOTLESS WITH NO PLATTING WORK TO BE DONE
COMPLETE LOG BOOKS OF ALL SERVICE
EXTERIOR PAINT AND TEAK DECKS IN EXCELLENT CONDITION
NEW FURUNO ELECTRONICS INSTALLED IN 2015
VOSPER THORNYCROFT FIN STABILIZATION FOR COMFORT WHILE UNDERWAY
MODERNIZED FLYBRIDGE WITH HART TOP AND HOT TUB
METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED WITH AN OPEN CHECKBOOK!
TO MANY DETAILS TO NOTE
AN INCREDIBLE OPPORTUNITY FOR A CLASSIC FEADSHIP THAT COULD BE IN YOUR MARINA THIS SUMMER!
Yard: Feadship - C. Van Lent, Kaag, Holland
Designer : HW De Voogt Zoon
Build Year: 1970 - Yard No. 714 (Launch name Pakeha)
Type: Canoe Stern Displacement Motor Yacht, Steel Hull, Aluminum Superstructure
Speed: Cruising - 10 knots, Maximum - 14 knots (Approx.)
Range: 8000 NM @ 8.5 knots
Length: 33 m – 108’ 4”
Height: 6.7 m – 22’
Beam: 9.68 m – 22’ 6”
Draft: 2.3 m – 6’ 7”
Displacement: 171 tonnes
Port of Registry: George Town, Cayman Islands
Range Performance Data
Top speed is around 13 knots with a clean bottom.
Typical Cruising Speed is a “fast idle” at around 1050 RPM. This produces 8.5 – 9 knots and an incredible approximate 8000NM range. The ability to the Atlantic 2 times on her 40,390 liters fuel.
Incredible economy, no other motor yacht of her size can beat the efficiency of this yacht.
Refit Service Highlights
Refits: 1989, 2003, 2013/2014
As reported by the owner:
After the various refits, she is easily run and maintained by a minimum crew. Completely free of rust and standing water, this Feadship is kept Spotless. Both Main Engines were rebuilt in 2003 (Current Owner) and both were done again in Portugal 2014 because it was found that during the last 2 rebuilds (one was done in Fort Lauderdale by the previous owner and the rebuild by the current owner in 2003) they had not bothered to change the main bearing. They were still the original main bearings from 1970 but had been charged for in every rebuild since then. The Current owner made sure this was done in the 2014 rebuild which was a huge job because the engine room the engine must be stripped and the engines turned upside down by winches on A-frames. Now both engines are perfect
A total refit of the bridge in 2014 2015 with all new navionics from Furuno. The study converted into a double cabin with 2 wardrobes. The cabin is located at the guest day head with shower. Sandblasting and re-fairing wherever needed and repainting all exterior surfaces. All, even only slightly, corroded parts have been replaced with thicker than new plating. The entire bow to 1.8 meters height was replaced with a new with stronger plating Old concrete ballast was replaced with lead / enclosed in stainless steel with voids filled with Dinitrol. All corroded tank top areas were cut out and replaced. Full underwater was sandblasted and coatings renewed with total 4 coats of 3 different epoxy primers and then 4 coats of antifouling. Ultrasound measure of hull carried out and the hull is completely free from corrosion. Zinc anodes have been doubled in number – now totaling around 40 pieces. Anode protection meter is fitted. All seacocks overhauled All pumps overhauled/replaced as required. New sewage treatment plant from Ecomar installed in 2015. Freshwater flushing from a separate day tank installed catering for all 6 WCs in the ship. Now no seawater intake or pipe anywhere in the ship – outside of engine room. Still – new bilge water pumps and moisture alarms installed in all bilges, coffer dams and anchor chain locker. All valves have been serviced, rebuilt and replaced, as required. Propeller shafts replaced with new s/s 316 and cutlass bearings renewed. Rudder and stabilizer stocks pulled and bearings changed Hydraulic motor for bow thruster replaced with new powerful and propellers changed. Curtains, blackouts were replaced. Carpeting was redone. During last winter, deck caulking, as required was replaced. Cabin/salon air handlers replaced for the ACs. Wherever applicable, interior hull areas have been re-coated and hull insulation replaced. Any and all exposed rusted parts and many other sections of mild steel (based on recommendations from Feadship) replaced with stainless steel. Tons of new stainless steel has been used to replace corroded areas. Examples: The top 1 ft. part of hull all around the foreship, including base plate for teak railing cap Top of “wave breaker” Bases of frames on deck Bases of superstructure supports Large plating around bulls eyes. Scupper flaps. A lot of piping throughout Many hundreds of bolts and nuts
Added new Isenglass / Strataglass enclosure around the aft deck. CCTV system with 7 new cameras covering deck, stern and engine room, installed All doors to side deck replaced with 5 new strong weatherproof doors. New music system installed, with sun deck and aft deck serviced by a common system with 6 new speakers. Intellian Sat TV antennae installed. New LG 40” smart TV added December 2015. Old Kilopak marine genset replaced with new 24 EOZD Kohler marine generator in Nov 2015. The transformer for shore power (from 2002) was replaced by 2 new with starting current limiters. Now shore power with different breakers i.e. even in small marinas can be used.
ACCOMMODATION AND LAYOUT:
The yacht LADY ANDREA provides luxurious accommodation for six owners and guests in three large staterooms each with private adjoining baths en-suite. There is also a beautiful on deck study room across from which is a large full bath with a large stall shower. The study is today furnished with a double berth making up the fourth stateroom to sleep eight.
Crew quarters are forward and completely separate from the rest of the accommodation. The crew mess has a large built-in “U” shaped settee and entertainment center. This area is very nice and sleeps six crew in three comfortable double cabins (one with a private bath and two sharing a bath).
The master stateroom is full width at the widest area of the yacht with the least sound and motion - benefiting from the aft engine room configuration. This large stateroom features a center-line king-size “island” bed, 7’ headroom. Wardrobes and drawers on both sides. The décor is magnificent original Feadship woodwork, stained mahogany with rich inlaid burl wood panels. There are four beautiful oil paintings on canvas panels and a pair of hand-painted porcelain lamps on the bedside tables completes the décor in this magnificent master stateroom. The en-suite bath is also very large and features all Onyx countertops and floor. Also new fixtures and shower room.
The twin guest staterooms are next aft (on port and starboard sides) and each have one double and one single berth and adjoining full en-suite baths, with granite floors and counter tops, with large stall showers. These staterooms are finished to the same extremely high standard with matching woodwork, built-in storage, separate air conditioning controls, direct and indirect lighting.
Forward of the main Galley on the port side (through a beautiful hallway, again covered in the green Tinos marble which passes the galley and the entrance to the accommodation) is the on-deck study. The elegance of the décor continues in these areas with magnificent walnut paneling, custom-fitted floor to ceiling walnut desk and bookcase (circa 1880 by H. Halverson of Chicago), the bookcases with mirror doors now hide two wardrobes and a custom-built double mahogany berth with drawer storage. The study also contains further book shelves and an antique office cabinet with printer/copier/fax. There is two Japanese fruit wood lacquered occasional chairs. This area is perfect for a private business meeting or relaxing and is also used as a fourth double stateroom. Opposite the study, is a large ‘day’ head with a full stall shower, which is all finished in Onyx, counter and floor and golden fixtures. Adjacent to the head (in the passageway,) is an open displayed wine rack.
Aft Deck ‘Lounge’ :
The aft deck on the “LADY ANDREA” is truly a magnificent area to relax or dine alfresco. There is a custom icemaker and sink and a wet bar cabinet. The entire area is covered overhead from the sundeck and can be fully enclosed with the isinglass. The aft deck can then be cooled by the air handlers in the salon. Highly finished vertical varnished teak boards line the bulwarks and there are matching varnished wing doors to walk around decks, which are all solid teak. The area features a built-in curved settee and a custom round glass and brass table in the centre with cane and rattan chairs with upholstered seats. There is a folding service area which is ideal for bar and buffet service. The teak deck is new. A curved stairwell on port side forward of the wing door leads up to the sundeck.
Main Salon :
Opening from the Aft Lounge through double fold-back teak framed glass doors, one enters the luxurious main salon. This is one of the most popular and striking areas of the yacht as it has lavish Tinos green Greek marble (wall to wall) floors and rich mahogany wood with inlaid burl wood panels. There are large picture windows, direct and indirect lighting and classical furnishings such as solid hand-carved rosewood figure-head table, circa 1875 by A. Roux of New York, an antique Russian picture frame coffee table, mirrored brass walls scene, carved mahogany Corinthian column table, 18th Century French urn rams head lamp (of granite and bronze) steel and brass chairs. A beautiful white sofa and overstuffed pillows all working perfectly to complete this very comfortable and continental area.
The Main Salon and Dining Salon are subtly divided by highly finished and rich custom woodwork, but their joining gives an expanse of space that is most appealing. The dining table was built in Italy with a sculptured base, Louis XVI style chairs covered in museum quality Medici Palace fabric. Three beautiful carved, antique North Vietnamese wall screens on the forward bulkhead, beautiful china with matching crystal service set the tone for rich, elegant dining.
Perfectly positioned just forward of the dining salon and exactly in the amidships area of the yacht (in the area of least movement) is the truly beautiful galley which is of the highest standard. All cabinets are custom solid mahogany with chrome trim inlay and the countertops are solid rare Azul-Aran granite from Spain. The flooring is in new hardwood and all galley equipment are complete for a full-service facility.
Galley and ship household equipment includes refrigerator/freezer, electric stove with oven, range hood with microwave, 4 deep freezers, refrigerators, two ice makers, two washing machines and dryer, dishwasher, garbage compactor.
Up three steps through a private locking door one enters the full-width wheelhouse which is paneled in teak, very spacious and comfortable with two Norsap Captain’s chairs in black leather. There is excellent visibility forward and sides. Aft on the starboard is a complete Navigation station. Guests can observe the ship’s operation by relaxing on a large raised observation sofa which is covered in diamond tufted forest green leather. Just aft of this seating is a new custom, solid teak, gun locker/bookcase that perfectly match the existing woodwork. Twin wing doors provide easy access to walk around decks with a “Portuguese bridge”, observation area forward. On the starboard side is the stairway down to the crew’s quarters forward
Rarely does an upper deck offer so many uses and functions as does the magnificent upper deck of the yacht “LADY ANDREA”. This area is extremely spacious and well thought out. Features include a large 4 person heated Jacuzzi with teak trim, a custom beautifully finished matching drink preparation area all built-in with thick varnished teak top (matching the Jacuzzi area and all custom designed). The new “mast” houses the radar and other antennas. Storage in the base for diving and fishing gear and a large crane (which joins at the base) to service the ship's tenders.
An extremely unique feature is the upper deck dining area which is designed for comfortable and private dining. There are 2 teak and stainless steel tables with a huge “U” shaped sofa and chaise lounge chairs. Forward of this to port is a large, new angular sofa in artificial rattan with a round teak table and teak chairs.
All the way forward up a few steps is a flybridge with controls and a two helmsman’s chairs, two sofas under a new custom hardtop. Aft of the flybridge, also protected by the hardtop are: on port side a barbeque area with a large gas-fired, all stainless steel BBQ. To starboard side is a new all teak wet bar with two bar stools, worktop with ample stowage/cabinetry and one ice maker.
The vast sundeck also houses the main dinghy, a (2016) Zodiac Yachtline RIB with a Mercury 90 HP outboard, a crew dinghy, with outboard, a Laser Pico Plus, 2 persons sailing dinghy and one Hobie 2 persons kayak.
The crew quarters are completely separate, private and located forward and below the wheelhouse. This section houses the freezers and large storage areas for supplies for extended cruising as well as two commercial washers and one dryer. There is a full crew’s galley equipped with a stove. The crew mess has a large “U” shaped dinette. There are three separate cabins: a double Captain’s cabin with a private head and shower, a cabin with upper / lower berths, the steward’s cabin with upper / lower berths and another head.
Access to the engine room is just forward of the starboard wing door (aft via a separate entrance). The aft arrangement makes the ship quieter and more spacious. The main engines are forward in the very spacious and well laid out engine room. All machinery are extremely easy to inspect and of the highest quality and condition.
Twin Caterpillar D343 Turbocharged diesel engines, 460HP each, twin disc MG514 transmission. Main engines completely rebuilt in 2003 and 2014. Both received new turbos in 2005.
The main engines and 3 of the 4 generators have just undergone total refits or major tune-ups. One generator has been replaced in November 2015 with a new 24 KW Kohler marine genset. All service and maintenance records are available onboard.
The yacht features “endless” storage space. Of note are the forepeak, the “under crew area” is cavernous, the owner's storage space adjacent to the starboard guest stateroom, a spacious lazarette with a diving compressor from where the air is piped up to the filling station at the Jacuzzi on the sun deck.
STORES / SPARES:
Spares are kept for every eventuality. The ship is well prepared for a Trans-Atlantic or around the world trip. Spare pumps, spare turbos, a multitude of spare parts and consumables are kept in stock.
All cap rails and handrails are highly varnished teak and the vessel is painted in white Awlgrip with gold leaf teak name boards. The steel hull of 6 and 7mm, with the bottom of 10mm plate. Basically all underwater steel plating has been renewed and a 2013 ultrasound survey shows plating now thicker than when she was built.
Engines Generators and Controls
2 x Caterpillar, D343W, 460 HP, both rebuilt in 04/15
Serial No. Stbd Engine: 033B03102 - Port Engine: 033B03103
Arrangement No. Port Engine: 1H1063 - Stbd Engine: 1N5853
As reported by the owner:
The (2) Caterpillar 65KWs don't get much use. We use one with a power takeoff for the hydraulic bow thruster when maneuvering in port. The Onan was installed new 2003 and is used mainly at anchor or as a night generator. The 23KW Kohler was installed new 2014 and is suitable to cater for all the ship’s needs during sailing.
(2) x 65KW 60 htz -Caterpillar-Model 3304-Sl.No. 83Z09866,74HP,1800/1500 RPM-1 No (1) x 24KW 60 htz - Kohler - Model 24EOZD - 3PH-SL-SGM32DDVZ - Engine - Yanmar - 4TNV84T-GKMR. SL. 61903. 1800 RPM / 23.4 KW / 12 V DC Motor – INSTALLED NEW IN 2014
(1) x 10KW 60 htz - Onan- 9.5MDKAA-130, Sl.No. C000072703. Engine Kubota.
Twin Disc - Model 514
Drystack (for Main Engines Caterpillar Generators)
Stbd Propeller - NR 100393 LP16657
Port Propeller - NR 100393 LP16657 Bronze - 4 blades - Dia 107 cm - 2 spare propellers on board Propeller Shaft dia 89 mm (2013)
Rolls Royce Tenfjord (Norway) - Type H-76-ESG/S35P
Engine Control System
Teleflex Morse KE4 Electronic Engine Control System. 1 set on bridge, 1 set on flybridge, 1 remote control set for wing stations.
Vosper Thornycraft Model MK3
Sleipner Hydraulic - SP550 with 1 control on bridge, 1 control on fly bridge + 1 wireless control.
Thomas Reid - Model R-2046
Electric Crane 2600
Tankage, Pumps Water Treatment
Fuel: 10,670 Gallons (40,390 Litres)
Water: 2,150 Gallons (8,136 Litres)
Grey Water: Approximately 528 gallons (2,000 Litres )
Black Water: 211 Gallons (800 Litres) Fresh Water Pumps: (2) Pumps – (1) - 220V and (1) - 24V with auto switch over.
Toilet System: Headhunters - Royal Flush - 6 nos.
Sewage Treatment Plant: ECOMAR 8 - Tecnicomar, Italy
Water Softener: SPF10, 10 L, Horizontal. Tecnicomar, Italy
UV Filtration Unit: UV1 - CBC - UV Sterilizer - C/W Carbon Filter Unit, Tecnicomar, Italy
Electrical Air Conditioning
Shore Power: 400V, 380V or 220V / 3 phase
Ship: 110V / 1 phase or 220V/3 phase
Main Engine Start Batteries : 2 banks 36V, 2 x 3 batteries x 12V
65 KW Generator Start Batteries : 2 banks 24V, 2 x 2 batteries x 12V
24 KW 10 KW Generator Start Batteries: 12V
Navigation Batteries: 2banks24V.2x2batteriesx12V + 2x2batteriesx12V
Cruisair: - (3) 5 tons, Model - MPC60GC, Sl. No.G1-C04338.
Note: Running one of the 3 compressors is normally sufficient for the ship.
Circulating Pump: Dayton Pool Pump - Model 9K614, Hayward Pool Pump - Power Flo - Model S48H83A04
Navigation and Communication
Furuno FR-1510D - 72 Miles
Furuno FR-8100D - 72 Miles
C-Plath Navipilot V Furuno NAVpilot-500
Anschutz Gyro Compass Decca Arkos Magnetic Compass
Furuno SC-50 Compass
Furuno PG-500 Compass sensor
EPIRB Satellite2 406
Radio Equipment ICOM IC-M700 HF Transceiver ICOM IC-M735 SSB Transceiver Standard CMP 347B
Standard CX 2400S AA ICOM PMR Radio 4088SR - 3 units with remote mic. ICOM Handheld VHF Entel VHF HT-640 Furuno FM-4721 H NASA DSC VHF NASA Clipper Navtex NASA Clipper Wind with repeater
Furuno GP-31 GPS Furuno GP-70 GPS
Echo Sounder Furuno FCV-600L Fish Finder Furuno FCV-585 Fish Finder Furnuo BBDS-1
Chart Plotter Furuno NavNet TZT9 MaxSea TimeZero Explorer
Satellite Communication NERA Fleet 33 Satellite Communication System
Weatherfax Furuno FAX-30 Furuno DFAX
Satellite TV Intellian i6 TVRO
AIS Transponder Furuno FA-50
Navtex Furuno NX-300D
Display Olorin 22" x 2, Olorin 15" x 1
Flybridge Navigational and Communication
ICOM - VHF Teleflex Morse KE4 Electronic Engine Control System
Sleipner Hydraulic Control Rolls Royce Steering Control Furuno Autopilot
(2) Zodiac 8 persons Liferaft
4 life rings and around 40 life vests
Fire Fighting Equipment
CO2 System for Engine Room and Workshop.
Awlgrip - Snow White (Hull Structure) – Complete Paint Job 2013
Awlgrip - Moon Dust (Sundeck) – Updated April 2019 Under water hull - New Paint April 2019
Maytag Dryer - (P)MLE 2000 AYW - S37856969 ZM
Maytag Washing Machine - (P)MHS 2000 AWW - S69820328 ZM
Selectro W1152KVA 220V
TV: Various models in all the rooms
Music: Various models in all the rooms
Jacuzzi: Sundance Spa Sentry 505 Dive Compressor: Bauer (PURUS-E3) MAKO Key Number - R7240001, Electric, 3 phase, 3.0 CFM
Zodiac Yachtline YL-470 Deluxe (2015) with Mercury 90 HP Outboard Engine
Suzumar with Mercury 5 HP Outboard Engine - Crew dinghy Laser Pico Plus sailing dinghy for 2 persons Hobbie Cat 2 persons Kayak
Incredible Opportunity To Own One Of The Most Iconic Feadship Motor Yachts! "Lady Andrea" has been Meticulously Maintained and Upgraded by a very experienced yachtsman. Without Question, This is the Most Pristine 108' Classic Feadship you will find and is ready to start a Round The World journey at a moment's notice.
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Owner's personal effects. A complete list will be provided upon signed Agreement.
Engine hours are a representation of what the listing broker has been supplied by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to verify engine hours, major overhauls and all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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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