CFB Marine Group
New design from Pat Bray, Naval Architect for Bray Yacht Design and Research Ltd. of Vancouver, BC.
Designed as a home afloat, this vessel has loads of features tailored to the life style of an urbanite.
Private space and entertaining room are on separate decks with plenty of glass and easy access to the
outdoors. The top deck is entirely given over to the Owner with a large apartment, skylounge, and
outside deck. Sliding glass doors port and starboard let in the light as well as fresh air. Forward of this is
and half a deck down is the bridge. Down another half a flight is the main salon, dining room, and galley
with a pass-through to the main aft deck for alfresco dining and outdoor entertaining. Sliding glass doors
on the port side and aft make this area bright and airy. Forward are two large guest staterooms each
with their own head. The lower deck has two additional guest staterooms as well as two crew cabins.
Don’t worry about the stairs, there is an elevator as well.
Forward is all mechanical space accessible from the crew compartment. There are also large electrical
cabinets port and starboard amidships to house the batteries and hybrid propulsion monitoring systems.
The aft engine room is spacious with a garage just off the swim platform, for a compact electric car.
The large swim platform is fitted with a transformer capable of lifting the catamaran landing craft into the
water or carry the car to the pier. The landing craft can also be used to take the car ashore for
excursions. The main deck house is offset increasing the already spacious interior. A walk along the
port side forward will lead you up to the raised fore deck with sun lounging pads. There is also access to
the bridge. A walk around to the starboard side will bring you to steps up to the master deck.
A hybrid propulsion system is planned. Silent electric power will move the vessel along at 6 knots for
harbor and river cruising, with the twin diesels able to take the vessel up to 16 knots for extended
cruises. Solar cells cover the entire top deck to extend the time between generator runs.
The super fuel-efficient, semi-displacement hull form that has been thoroughly tank tested with our latest
hull technology to ensure superior powering characteristics and seakeeping. The aluminium hull is a
conically projected, double chined form with wide spray knocker, flared bow, and a transom stern. It is
longitudinally framed with wide spaced transverse frames for maximum strength.
PRINCIPAL DIMENSIONS (approx.)
Length Overall 30.5m (100'-0")
Length Waterline 30.0m (98’-6")
Beam 7.5m (24'-6")
Draft 1.37m (4'-6")
Displacement (S.W.) 111 Tonnes (245,000 lbs.)
Hull and Superstructure Aluminium
Class Lloyd’s Register
Fuel Capacity 13,250 L (3,500 US gal.)
Fresh Water Capacity 3,785 L (1,000 US gal.)
Grey & Waste Water Capacity 1,900 L (500 US gal. each)
New & Used lube oil storage 375 L (100 US gal. each)
Main Engines 2 x 625 HP Intermittent rating
Gensets (diesels) 2 x 60 kw (50 Hz)
Watermakers (reverse osmosis) 2 x 1,000 US gal. per day
POWERING PREDICTIONS (estimated)
6 knots: 2 x 50 HP electric power range = 400 knt. miles
10 knots: 1 x 120 HP fuel consumption 6 gal/hr range = 5950 knt. miles
12 knots: 2 x 125 HP fuel consumption 11 gal/hr range = 3750 knt. miles
14 knots: 2 x 300 HP fuel consumption 26.5 gal/hr range = 1840 knt. miles
16 knots: 2 x 625 HP fuel consumption 54.8 gal/hr range = 1020 knt. miles
STABILITY (half loaded, intact, estimated)
Positive righting arm past 160 degrees
Downflooding point past 60 degrees
GM = 4.0 ft.
2 x 625 hp diesels with underwater exhaust.
SHAFTS AND PROPS
2 x standard shafted 4 blade high performance props.
A Racor filter and fuel management system shall be installed.
3 watertight bulkheads make for 4 watertight compartments.
All seawater entering the boat comes in through 2 large Seachests with removable tops fitted
above the waterline that may be opened when afloat to remove obstructions.
A waste treatment plant shall be installed to latest regulations.
A 1” thick heavy grounding shoe runs the full length of the keel bottom
A stabilization system shall be installed utilizing a Key Power hydraulic system. Shipyard to
fabricate the fins to a Bray Yacht design.
Electric thruster to be fitted in the bow.
BOW ANCHOR WINDLASS
Muir windlass with power up and down switches
The transom door shall hinge up to reveal a garage for a compact electric car. A section of the
swim platform (transformer) shall also lowered into the water (Opacmare).
2 x Northern Lights diesel 60 kw 50 cycle genset with sound shield
9 zone air-conditioning system fitted with chill chasers.
9 air changes per hour for all Accommodation areas.
Arranged into systems of priority. One system for starting the main engines, one for the gensets,
and one system for house power.
A quality yacht interior shall be fitted but without the need for the use of marble or gold fixtures.
Interior cabinetry shall be American Walnut. Light cream carpets fitted throughout. Leather
seating on all furniture.
House and hull to be faired and painted above the waterline. Teak decks to be installed.
All the tanks are integral under the lower sole.
PRESSURE WATER SYSTEM
Providing 40 – 60 p.s.i. continuous pressure.
The entire hull is designed without any compound curves eliminating the need for any stretch
forming of plates. The double chined hull is conically projected so that large sheets may be
applied without any need for forming or machine bending. The transverse frames are flanged
plate with close spaced longitudinals sprung into place. There is approx. 29,500 kg (65,000 lbs.)
of aluminium in the vessel’s superstructure.
Maximum sound levels shall not exceed the following levels (dB A weighted) at 12 knots cruise speed:
Owner’s Accommodation - 55
Guest Accommodation - 60
Public rooms - 60
Recreational decks - 65
Crew cabins - 60
Crew day room - 65
Bridge - 65
ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
This information, all associated materials and their contents are the physical and intellectual property of
BRAY YACHT DESIGN AND RESEARCH LTD
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.
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed.
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told 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 and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.