SHAHA is a beautifully kept, “classic” style motor yacht. Often we call it “gentleman’s yacht”, but she is really ideal for families and for adults as well. Having owned her for over 12 years, the present owner has done a wealth of upgrades and of course maintenance.
Of major and recent work can be mentioned full external repaint in 2011/12, which included stripping her hull back to the bare steel, replacing some steel plates etc, upgrading to zero speed stabilization (which also meant installing larger area fins) and all electrical systems renewed (incl new boards, of course).
Otherwise her winter work list is extensive, as always, and nothing is left to chance wrt keeping up with engine makers, registry and class demands, as well as “creature comfort” and aesthetics. This winter this includes new teak on the raised foredeck, a recent motor moved outside of the tender crane base (to avoid any humidity), a hydraulically operated tv dome base (to avoid any viewing “shade”), etc.
You will be particularly pleased with the general upkeep of SHAHA and rightly feel that here is a classic yacht of good capacity and wonderful atmosphere which has been respectfully looked after over a long period. This is no hurried sale of a recently refitted yacht, but a considered disposal of a continuously cared for “family member”.
SHAHA is ready to go – from the current owner and into a new ownership - whilst always being readily maintained to serve the present owner and the discerning charterer, as well.
The whole of the accommodation is kept in a classic and maritime style, with ample use of wood panels and many original features, whilst every floor is carpeted.
Saloon and dining room
The saloon and dining room is in one, wonderfully open space which fully witness also to the generous beam of the yacht. Near the double door to the aft deck there is a bar.
All soft furniture was recently re-upholstered and the dining table seats 12 in comfort.
Other Living Areas
There is a visitor’s sofa on the bridge.
The upper (sun) deck is vast, as the tenders are carried forward, with both loose and fixed furniture, both for dining and for sun bathing. There is a fly bridge steering position, but the deck is really for owners and friends to relax on.
Wonderfully proportioned stairs link this deck with the main aft deck, where there are two tables, linkable with a plate, fixed benches and loose chairs, for dining or relaxing.
There is not really a dedicated “master cabin”, since the yacht instead carries up to 12 guests in 6 cabins. The forward 2 of the 4 aft cabins can even now be combined and if someone really wanted a larger cabin, then these two would make a spacious, permanent or flexibly convertible space.
There are 2 twin cabins forward.
Aft there are a total of 4 more cabins, 1 of which are permanent double and 3 are convertible doubles or twins.
Forward on the lower deck there are 2 double cabins (one “boys” and one “girls”) and 1 single cabin for the Chief (which can be changed/rebuilt to a double, too), 2 toilets & showers.
The Captains cabin is separate and situated aft of the bridge, with a big double bed, toilet & shower.
Generators: 2 x 80 kW Kohler + 1 x 35 kW emergency
Steering: Electro Hydraulic Twin Rudders, Model SEIMI
Propellers: Twin, Dia. 125 cm, fixed pitch
Gearbox: Twin Disc, Model MG514
Bow thruster: Naiad, Model VT60
Water maker: 2x Maritimsan, Model WM150 Lit.
Stabilizers: Naiad, zero speed (2 x 2.5m2 fins), Model 520
Fuel separator:Racor, Model 75/1000FGX Diesel fuel filter/water separator
Air-conditioning: Condaria, Model PCWM/FCL EFF: 140000 BTU
Waste water treatment: Hamann, Model HL-CONT, 24,000 l pd
Toilet system: Self flushing
Boilers:2 x Diko, Models DSSY-T-300-380-3V and 3H
Voltage: 24, 240, 400 V
Frequency: 50 Hz
Shore power transformer: Palmeri-Robin, Model TTSCCA
Batteries: 24 V / 230 Ah emergency/ 2 x sets 24V /225 Ah starting
Magnetic compass: Ritchie, Model Power Damp 5”
Depth sounder: Raymarine, Model ST40
Autopilot: Robertson, Model AT45
Radar 1: Furuno, Model FR1510DA
Radar 2: Raymarine, Model E120
Electronic Chart System:Raymarine, Model E120
GPS: Raymarine, Model RS130 and Furuno, Model GP30
Instrumentation system (wind speed & direction): Raymarine, Model ST40
Navtex: Furuno, Model NX500
VHF: Furuno, Model 8800D
VHF hand held radio: 3 x Icom, Model IC-1600E
Printer / fax: HP 6700 Office Premium
TV/ DVD: TV Panasonic, Model TH42PX70EA with Harman Kardon DVD, Model DVD25
Satellite: KVH, Model Track Vision M7
Music system: Harman Kardon, Model AVR 1550
Refrigerator: LG, Model GCB399BNQV /Mercury, Model ECO FRESH
Freezer: SMEG, Model CV250AV/ Blomberg, Model FWT 9672
Oven: 2 x SMEG, Model SA506X
Stove: 2 x SMEG, Model SE2662TC1
Microwave: 1 x Sharp, Model 1000W/R-21ATP/1 x Sharp, Model 1900W/R -24AT
Icemaker: Simag, Model SDN25
Dishwasher: Miele, Model G5500SC
Washing machine: 1 x Miele, Model W1914/1 x Miele, Model W1614
Dryer: 1 x Miele, Model T284/1 x Zoppas, Model PTE227A
Anchors & chain: 2 anchors on 120 m chains DIN766 18MM
Cranes: Nautical Structure, Model EURO100 K
Passarelle: Pincraft 4,5m , Model 24GP3
Bimini top: Fixed birmini on sun deck
Stern capstans:Yes, electrical
Tenders: 1 x Osprey 5.25 m rib w/100 hp outboard (2004)/ 1 x Lomac 4.25 m rib w/40 hp outboard (2006)
Toys: Skis, banana, doughnut, wake-board, snorkeling and fishing, 2 inflatable kayaks, double trouble, sofa
Dive equipment: For crew/ inspection & work
EPIRB:GME, Model MT403FG
Life raft: 2 x RFD, Models RFD SURVIVA MK IV TO
Life jackets: Plasticel, Model PANAMA-1
Fire–fighting equipment: FM 200
Ship alarms: Thorn Security, Model MINERVA T 2000
BILGE PUMP: Wauger Guinard, Model M2 A2525
EMERGENCY BILGE PUMP: Caffine Cipriano, Model TRASHLIP-3” SWR
FIRE PUMP: Wauger Guinard, Model NE 3x20
EMERGENCY FIRE PUMP: Saer, Model IRX32-200/NB
Security cameras: Everest DCR + 3 x Solid State CCD Cameras
Ships safes: Yes, one