Drettmann Yachts Explorer 27m
Price shown is base retail price
I.1 MAIN PARTICULARS OF PROJECT
The Vessel shall be a custom-developed, deep-sea, full displacement, long-range steel hull with aluminium superstructure explorer yacht built to operate for private use and for public charter in the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas accordance with the design of Focus Yacht Design and the engineering of Brilliant Boats, Ltd., and in compliance with the rules and regulations published in the regulations of the Classification Society and with the Marine and Coastguard Agency Code of Practice.
The Vessel’s characteristics shall provide generous and luxurious accommodation spaces for the Owner’s party, with good recreational deck areas, while maintaining a good level of sea keeping.
With reference to the level of finish and workmanship, the standard to be observed shall be the standard applied in good European yacht building.
The crew’s accommodation and working areas shall give the crew good comfort and will enable them to operate the Vessel effectively without unnecessarily disturbing the Owner’s party.
The machinery concept is to achieve reliability by utilizing proven machinery and equipment from known manufacturers and utilizing industry standard modern materials and construction techniques to assure that future maintenance is obtainable in remote areas within reasonable levels.
This Specification is just an preliminary one and will change after final engineering.
a) All fees and taxes associated to the registration of the Vessel shall be paid by the Owner.
The construction shipyard for this project is:
Arberger Hafendamm 22, 28309 Bremen, Germany
Sunrise Yachting Yatcilik Sanayi ve Ticaret, Ltd.
Antalya Free Zone, Antalya, Turkey
referred to as the 'Builder'.
I.4 NAVAL ARCHITECTS & DESIGNERS
I.4.1 Naval Architecture
referred to as the 'Architect'.
I.4.2 Engineering & Classification Coordination
referred to as the 'Engineer'.
I.4.3 Exterior and Interior Design & Styling
referred to as the 'Designer'.
I.5 CLASSIFICATION & CERTIFICATES
a) The vessel is to be built under the survey of and in full accordance with the Bureau Veritas Regulations for the Classification of Special Service Craft and including all Amendments and Notices issued up until the date of signing of the Vessel Construction Agreement.
b) The class notation shall be:
YACHT, MACH Charter Yacht, Motor, S – Unrestricted Navigation, UMS
I.5.2 MCA Certification
a) This vessel will comply with all of the requirements of LY2 - The Large Commercial Yacht Code Large for vessels 24 metres and over in load line length and the Code of Practice that applies to yachts which are in commercial use for sport or pleasure, do not carry cargo and do not carry more than 12 passengers.
I.5.3 Safety & Pollution Requirements
a) Construction will comply with all relevant COLREG and IMO regulations.
b) At completion, a MARPOL pollution and sewage certificate will be delivered.
a) The following certificates shall also be enforced and/or supplied:
I.5.5 Country of Registry Regulations (Owner’s charge)
a) The following rules shall also be considered, if required:
II.1.1 Construction - General
a) The components shall be built in accordance with high standards for steel/aluminium ship construction.
b) All parts of the hull shall be accessible for survey and maintenance.
c) Workshop conditions shall be in accordance with the requirements of the Classification Society.
d) The Builder shall also maintain a detailed log of the entire building process.
e) Materials shall be stored under conditions suitable to the Classification Society
III.1 MAIN ENGINES
III.1.1 Main Engines Particulars
a) There shall be fitted with two four-stroke diesel engines of the following model:
III.1.2 Wheelhouse Instrument Panels
a) The wheelhouse room shall be equipped with electronic monitoring and control system.
a) The gearboxes are directly mounted to the engines.
III.3 CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTATION
III.3.1 Engine Controls
a) The engines and gearboxes shall be controlled by electronic controls
b) There will be four stations:
a) The main electric power is supplied by two diesel-driven, water-cooled generator sets.
b) A standby generator, located in the garage/garage shall provide emergency/auxiliary power.
c) For the electrical part of this system: see Chapter X, ‘Electrical System’.
d) The power of generators to be checked with the final electrical load analysis.
III.4.2 Generator Sets
a) All diesel generator sets shall be flexible mounted on a double set of hydraulic mounts.
b) All diesel engine driven generators to have hard-faced sound enclosures.
c) All generators to have a 24 V DC start system and an isolated ground.
d) Main Generator sets (2):
IV.1.1 Main Steering Gear
a) The rudders shall be actuated by means of a DATA HYD® or BCS® Class type-approved hydraulic steering system.
IV.2 BOWTHRUSTER & STERNTHRUSTER
a) The bowthruster shall be hydraulic, running off the gearboxes’ P.T.O., with a control box in the ER compartment.
IV.2.2 Bowthruster & Sternthruster
a) The Builder shall install an hydraulic bow- and sternthruster, rated power 65 HP (50 kW) each, with joystick controls at all four control stations.
a) The Builder shall install an electro-hydraulic gyro-controlled non-retractable zerospeed fin stabilizer system
a) All pumps, where possible or otherwise specified, shall be from known suppliers
V.2 ANCHOR & MOORING SYSTEM
V.2.1 Anchor Windlasses
a) Two electrical vertical windlasses with 3,000 kg pull.
b) Gypsy kit for diameter 16 mm stud-link calibrated galvanised chain.
a) 2 x 160 kg galvanised steel anchors “Pool-TW”-type high holding power, (size to be Class approved) shall be provided and installed.
V.2.3 Anchor Chains
a) 2 x 137.5 m 14 mm diameter calibrated galvanized U2 stud-linked chain, to be located in chain locker.
V.2.4 Chain Compressors
a) Two polished 316L stainless steel chain compressors to be mounted on base-plate on main deck.
a) Two hydraulic vertical capstans of 1,000 kg pull each will be installed.
V.2.6 Mooring Equipment
a) Four mooring lines of 30 m each. 3 x 8 strand, 30 mm black square-braid Polyester.
b) Two mooring lines of 10 m each. 3 x 8 strand, 30 mm black square-braid Polyester with stainless thimble/eye splice and a 2 m loop of 14 mm galvanised chain.
c) One 100 m sea towing rope of diameter specified by Class.
a) Ten fenders, approx. 1000 x 400 mm, each with lines and fender covers (10 total).
b) Two fender-boards, each with lines.
V.3 FUEL SYSTEM
V.3.1 Fuel Transfer System
a) Fuel can be transferred via the following pumps:
b) An volume counter calibrated in litres with totalizer to be inserted in the discharge side of the fuel transfer system.
V.3.2 Fuel Separator
a) A centrifugal fuel separator ALFA-LAVAL®model MIB 303 or equal, 400 volt, 3 phase, 50 Hz. with a pump capacity of 760 l/h (3.35 GPM).
V.4 WASTEWATER SYSTEM
V.4.1 Toilet System
a) JETS® vacuum toilet system, with fresh water flushing and HAMANN™ treatment plant.
b) The system shall be U.S. Coast Guard certified MSD type II.
V.4.2 Treatment Plant
a) Located in the engine room, a HAMANN® sewage treatment system will be installed in the engine room.
a) 9 toilets, JETS® model, for all bathrooms.
b) 1 matching bidet for the bath in the Master Suite
V.5 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
a) The main hydraulic system will be for:
V.5.2 Main Hydraulic Power Pack
a) The main hydraulic system shall run all hydraulic equipment, including the stabilisers through a preferential valve.
b) The electro-hydraulic power-pack shall be driven by two 11 kW, 400 VAC, 3-phase, 50 Hz electric motors and a dedicated control box.
V.5.3 P.T.O. Pumps
a) The PTO hydraulic pumps shall principally run the bow- and sternthruster and the stabilisers under way.
V.6 CLIMATE CONTROL
V.6.1 Air Conditioning System
a) The compressor units shall be WEBASTO/CLD®.
b) There shall be a four-compressor units sequence operating to provide tempered water for a chilled water line to the individual evaporators in each cabin.
c) The compressor units shall be Scroll-type 400 VAC, 3-phase, 50/60 Hz with a total cooling capacity of 180,000 BTU.
V.6.1.2 Fan Coils
a) Two fresh air makers shall insure the distribution all over the vessel of dry and precooled fresh air coming from outside the vessel.
b) The fan coils repartition shall be as follow (to be confirmed by the air conditioning supplier):
V.7 FRESHWATER SYSTEM
V.7.1 Hydrophore Pumps
a) There will be two G&R®, 400 VAC, 1 HP, water pressure pumps. A quiet operation will be assured.
b) One pressure accumulator tanks of about 100 l. (air chamber/diaphragm type), working/ test pressure 4/7 bar, will be mounted to keep the system pressurised.
V.7.2 Hot Water System
a) The system to be fitted with two 220 l., 7Kw duplex steel hot water boilers, connected in series.
V.7.3 Water makers
a) One HP® SC 140 water maker, with an total capacity of 3,360 litres per day, will be installed.
V.7.4 Consumer Water Treatment System
a) Prior to being distributed to the consumers, the water shall pass through a freshwater treatment system, suitable for a fresh water flow of 2 m3 per hour.
b) The system shall consist of:
V.8 BILGE / FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM
a) There will be three pumps installed in the vessel to run the bilge and fire system:
V.8.2 Water-Mist Fire Extinguishing System
a) An automatic water mist extinguishing system with pressure pump and copper piping NOVENCO® XFLOW shall be installed throughout the accommodation of the vessel.
V.9 PNEUMATIC SYSTEMS
V.9.1 Low-Pressure Air System
a) One air compressors shall be installed in the engine room, pressure oil lubricated, air cooled. The working pressure is to be set at 10 bar to cut-in/out at (+-)5%
V.9.2 High-Pressure Air System
a) The vessel will be fitted with an 400 VAC, 3-phase, 50-60 Hz, electrically-driven BAUER® dive compressor. (OPTION)
V.10 LUBE OIL SYSTEM
V.10.1 Oil Transfer Pumps
a) Oil change system for both main engines and generators with two reversible pumps such as an G&R® or equal 1/2 HP, 230 VAC and manifold and all necessary plumbing.
V.11 DOMESTIC APPLIANCE SYSTEMS
V.11.1 Crew Galley Appliances
a) One under-counter fridge.
b) One microwave oven.
c) Simple coffee maker
d) Proper secure stowage provisions shall be provided for all equipment items not permanently installed.
V.11.2 Main Galley Appliances
e) One LIEBHERR® stainless-steel refrigerator/freezers, stand-alone type.
f) One four-burner GAGGENAU® electric induction cooking range.
g) One custom stainless steel exhaust canopy with fire extinguishing system.
h) One GAGGENAU® or similar cooking oven.
i) One GAGGENAU® or similar microwave oven.
j) One MIELE® or similar professional dishwasher.
V.11.3 Upper Deck Pantry Appliances
a) One FOSTER® or similar ice cube maker.
b) One LIEBHERR® or similar under-counter wine refrigerator with optional glass door.
V.11.4 Sun Deck Appliances
a) One FOSTER® or similar icemaker.
b) One LIEBHERR® or similar under-counter fridge.
c) One Double Grill BBQ, JENN AIR® or similar.
V.11.5 Beach Club Appliances
d) One FOSTER® or similar icemaker.
e) One LIEBHERR® or similar under-counter fridge.
V.11.6 Pilothouse Appliances
a) One ULINE® or similar fridge in the pilot house
V.11.7 Laundry Appliances in sep area
a) One MIELE® or similar commercial washing machines;
b) One MIELE® or similar commercial dryers;
a) The Vessel’s main power supply shall be a 240/400 Volt, 50 Hertz three-phase fourwire system with neutral grounded, based on a split-bus distribution circuit.
b) The vessel will be control and monitored by a Yacht Control & Management (YCM) system.
VI.2 SHORE POWER SYSTEM
a) Shore power cables shall be provided P/S aft in the garage. They will be accessible from outside with powered reels for extraction and retracted the cables.
b) Care will be taken to ensure that all cables are routed from the shore so as avoid obstruction on deck or to the gangway.
c) These cables will be connected to a 50 kVA shore power converter that will act as a galvanic isolation transformer as well as a frequency converter.
d) Controller unit shall be installed in a clean, dry space.
VI.2.2 Frequency Converter
a) The frequency converter shall be an double-input with a maximum output to a single bus of 50 kVA, 400 VAC, 3-phase, 50 Hz.
VI.2.3 Shore Power Cable
a) Two (2) 100-foot (30 m) HUBBELL® type / 125 Amp./ 125 -250 V, 4-wire Ship to Shore cord.
b) Plugs receptacles and adapters, to accommodate 125 Amp. single (1) or three (3) phase power.
VI.3 POWER CONVERSION EQUIPMENT
VI.3.1 Battery Chargers
a) There are three 50 Amp battery chargers, MASTERVOLT® Mass 24-100 or equal, with a manual change-over system for changing wires. This will enable charging of all battery banks to take place with backup in the event one of one of the charger is failing. Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS)
a) Local UPS will power the following units :
b) These UPS to be powered off the ship's main power.
VI.4 YACHT CONTROL & MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
a) A YCM system consisting of two dedicated automation processors, working in mirror, and a set of required interfaces all linked together by a data bus is installed on the vessel.
b) The purpose of this YCM system is to control and monitor the entire vessel.
c) All the equipment used for the YCM system is Class Approved and manufactured by the SCHNEIDER GROUP®.
VI.5 ALARM, SAFETY ANDWARNING SYSTEMS
VI.5.1 Systems Central Alarm
a) The YCM system will be the central unit of the alarm system on board.
VI.5.2 Burglar Alarm
a) A burglar alarm shall be fitted and is included in the electronics package.
VII.1.1 SSB Transceiver
a) One SAILOR® MF/HF 5000 SSB, 150W, GMDSS approved, automatic antenna tuning unit fitted with automatic and manual grounding system.
VII.1.2 VHF Transceiver
a) Two SAILOR® VHF RT 5022 with DSC Class A, one remote in the crew mess and the other at the chart table, Wheelmark approved.
VII.1.3 Cellular Phones
a) Two ERICSSON®, or equal GSM base station phones with their own 24VDC/12VDC power reducer. They will be connected to the vessel’s PABX system.
VII.1.4 Handheld VHF
a) Three SIMRAD®, Axis 50, handheld GMDSS VHF waterproof made and fitted with a multi desk quick charger.
VII.1.5 Fleet Broadband Station
a) One SAILOR® 250 Inmarsat Fleet Broadband station with a dedicated fax , a emergency push button, connected to a GPS NMEA output, providing a connection to the telephone distribution and allowing data transmission.
VII.1.6 SAT TV – Internet
a) One SEATEL® 2004 TV-at-Sea satellite receiver with European LNB.
VII.1.7 Inmarsat-C Station
a) One SAILOR® TT-3000EB Mini-C with GPS-option GMDSS Inmarsat C station with H-1252 dedicated printer.
a) One SAILOR® SSAS add-on kit with Alert & Test buttons.
VII.1.9 Safety Transponders
See Chapter: XII.1.3 EPIRB & SART
VII.1.10 Telephone Distribution
a) One PANASONIC® or LG® PABX connected to the Fleet Broadband, the VSAT, cell phone units and shore connection when available.
VII.2 NAVIGATION ELECTRONICS
VII.2.1 Differential GPS
a) One SIMRAD® MX500 DGPS receiver with differential facilities connected to the NMEA interface.
a) One ICS® NAV-7 Navtex receiver with active antenna.
VII.2.3 AIS Transceiver
a) One SIMRAD® AI80 AIS station transceiver connected to the NMEA interface.
VII.2.4 Navigation Computer/Plotter
a) SIMRAD® GB40 Glass Bridge navigation system to be as follow:
VII.2.5 Navigation Instruments
VII.2.6 Echo sounder
a) One echo sounder SIMRAD® EB60 interface.
a) One SIMRAD® TX12K Radar, 12 kW, 72 Nm fitted with 6ft. scanner unit shall be connected to the gyro compass and GPS Nmea output via chart plotter GB40.
a) Included in Navigation Computer.
a) One SIMRAD® AP50 IMO/Wheelmark automatic pilot connected to the gyro compass and NMEA interface.
b) A NMEA switch by software or hardware shall be provided for using either GPS NMEA output or marine navigation software NMEA output.
c) The output signal will drive the main steering system.
a) Regular SIMRAD® GC80 gyrocompass with sin/cos, Cif and step by step interfaces.
b) A rudder feedback unit and a remote control display shall be provided.
VII.2.11 Navigation Software
a) One SIMRAD® GB40 navigation software with NMEA and radar overlay interfaces.
VII.2.12 Rudder Angle
a) An IMO-approved SIMRAD® AR78 independent steering repeater system shall be installed on the main rudder tiller.
b) Indicators at each steering station.
VII.2.13 Antennae Requirements
a) Antenna layout arrangement to be defined as per supplier’s specifications.
VII.3 NAVIGATION, NON ELECTRONIC
a) One (1) RIEKER® Instrument RIE-2055 inclinometer.
b) One CASSENS & PLATH® or equal magnetic compass to be fitted in navigation area according to Classification Society rules.
VII.4.1 Central Rack & A/V Server
VII.4.2 Crew Quarters
VII.4.3 Owner’s Accommodation
VII.4.4 Guest’s Accommodation
VII.4.5 Main Deck Salon
VII.4.6 Aft Main Deck
VII.4.7 Upper Deck Salon
VII.4.8 Aft Upper Deck
VII.4.9 Sun Deck
VII.4.10 Bridge and Foredeck Area
VII.4.12 Computer Network
VII.4.13 Shore Connection
a) The following shore connections to be provided:
VIII.1 WOOD JOINERY EXTERIOR
VIII.1.1 Teak Decks
a) Teak deck planking 12mm x 50mm finished dimensions, glued to deck with SIKAFLEX® or equal.
VIII.2 DECK EQUIPMENT
VIII.2.1 Windscreen Wipers
a) Three GALLINEA® or equal windscreen wipers, two-speed, 24 VDC with 40” wiper blades shall be fitted to the forward windows of the wheelhouse.
VIII.2.2 Riviera Gangway
a) A 5 m long electro-hydraulic gangway (minimum width 700 mm), in the same style as the accommodation ladder, exiting through a flush door in the transom.
VIII.2.3 Boarding Ladder
a) A MARQUIPT® or equal EZ Stair boarding ladder shall be provided.
VIII.2.4 Swimming ladder
a) The swimming ladder shall extend approximately one meter down into the water and have comfortable 600 mm wide teak steps.
VIII.2.5 Flag Pole
a) On centreline, a 316 L stainless steel flag pole 3 m-long of sufficient diameter in a support integral with the aft side of the bridge deck bulwark.
VIII.3 TENDER & JETSKI GARAGE
a) The tender garage at the bow will accommodate one tender
b) The jetski garage at the stern next to the beach club will accommodate one jetski
VIII.4.1 Deck Equipment
a) The Builder shall include provisions for storage, hoisting or deployment of the following Owner Supplied Items:
X.1 PAINT SYSTEM
a) The entire painting system shall be HEMPEL® PRO SYSTEM.or equal
XI.1.1 Life Rafts & Equipment
a) Four (4) SWITLIK®, DPS®, VIKING® or equal life rafts to be supplied by the Builder as per Class and SOLAS regulations for a vessel of this size.
b) Four ring buoys stored in recesses with vessel identification as required by SOLAS.
XI.1.2 EPIRB & SART (Owner’s Supply)
a) One SIMRAD® EG50 Type I EPIRB with hydrostatic release and deck mount casing;
b) One SIMRAD® EG50 Type II EPIRB, bracket-mounted in the wheelhouse;
c) One SIMRAD® SA50 Search and Rescue Transponder.
a) The following equipment is to be supplied with the Vessel in accordance with governing authorities:
XI.1.4 Fog Horn
a) One chrome plated KAHLENBERG marine air horn system, D2 model with M511A fog signal timer, according to Classification Society and Flag Registry rules.
a) Two ACR® or SANSHIN® Xenon searchlights, model RCL 100 mounted on the mast with remote control at the helm in wheelhouse.
XI.1.6 First Aid Kit
a) A first aid kit, suitable for a world-wide cruising motor yacht of this size, according to SOLAS and Lloyd's is to be supplied.
XI.1.7 Life Vests and Harnesses
a) 24 life vests, with radar and light reflectors, will be supplied with the vessel in accordance with SOLAS, Class and U.S Coast-guards regulations.
b) A whistle and stroboscopic light will be delivered for each life vest.
XI.1.8 Fire Alarm System
a) A general fire alarm system fully in accordance with the statutory- and class and requirements shall be installed.
b) The system shall incorporate:
XI.1.9 Accommodation Fire Prevention
a) A NOVENCO® XFlow™ or equal automatic water mist extinguishing system shall be installed on the vessel.
XI.1.10 Fire hoses
a) Five fire hoses shall be housed in deck lockers in the direct vicinity of the STORZ® valves, connected to the fire main:
Eeach hose shall be fitted with a dual purpose nozzle and shall be stored in a non-corrosive rack.
XI.1.11 Misc. Fire fighting Items
14707 S. Dixie Highway
Palmetto Bay, FL 33176