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|Tilbudt af||Northrop and Johnson - Northrop & Johnson Yachts-Ships LLC|
SARABETH was designed to comfortably accommodate up to 10 guests in 5 suites. She is also capable of carrying up to 7 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience. SARABETH has been maintained to excellent standards since her launch in 2013.
SARABETH, a stunning 130 Westport yacht, has been maintained to excellent standards since her launch in 2013. Her interior design is both spacious and timeless, offering multiple areas for guests to relax, partake in games and savor meals at the formal dining table. Abundant natural light streams in through the numerous windows, accentuating the light-colored carpet that complements the furnishings. The galley is generously spacious and ideal for preparing meals while onboard. A day head is conveniently located on the main deck. Her skylounge is an additional space to gather and hang out and entertain.
Accommodations aboard SARABETH consist of five guest staterooms for up to 10 guests, each designed to provide the utmost comfort. The master stateroom boasts a king-sized berth an entertainment center, dressers, nightstands and a dedicated makeup table and chair. The master office is a welcoming space with a desk and chair. His and her walk-in closets come complete with dressers and hanging rods. The master bathroom features stone countertops, vitreous China sinks, designer lightweight marble tile flooring and beautiful fixtures. The VIP guest staterooms are equally luxurious, with king-sized berths, wardrobes, dressers/entertainment centers, and en-suite bathrooms boasting lightweight stone countertops and more. The port and starboard guest staterooms offer two twin berths each, along with wardrobes, nightstands, and dresser/entertainment centers. SARABETH welcomes up to seven crewmembers.
SARABETH's exterior styling features a sleek design that marries form and function. The hull is constructed with fiberglass mat and roving, vinylester resin and PVC linear cores, ensuring durability and performance. The lamination process incorporates various materials, such as foam core and high-density areas, resulting in a robust structure. The deck spaces are equally impressive. The aft deck boasts a full-service bar, cushioned seating, a teak dining table and loose dining chairs. The foredeck features teak decking, a flagstaff and comfortable seating with storage underneath. SARABETH’s flybridge is a fantastic entertainment space with a hot tub, dining area and lounges, all under a stylish hardtop. The yacht’s forward observation deck offers a serene spot at the bow with teak decking and lounge chairs.
The boat deck features more teak decking, a cocktail table, love seat and armchairs, providing an ideal vantage point for taking in the surroundings. A hydraulic davit and life rafts add practicality, while a mirror-polished stainless steel handrail ensures safety.
The hull is fiberglass mat and roving with vinylester resin and PVC linear cores. Structural framing is a combination of fiberglass and carbon fiber reinforcement. House and deck structures are cored composite construction. Core material and density varies throughout to optimize engineered structures.
Sprayed exterior gelcoat is followed by fiberglass mat and roving with vinylester resin for the outer skins, vacuum bagged foam core (high density in appropriate areas), and fiberglass mat and roving with vinylester resin for the inner skins. The keel pad, strut palms and stabilizer pads are resin infused using vinylester resin.
Hull stringers, webs and stiffeners are fiberglass mat and roving and/or carbon fiber with vinylester resin over foam forms. All soles and structural bulkheads are of fiberglass and foam composite construction infused with vinylester resin.
DIESEL FUEL SYSTEM:
Total capacity: Approx. 9,900 gallons (US) in 5 tanks. Fill locations are on the port and starboard aft Main Deck house sides. Fill/transfer system includes centrifuge, pumps, meter and distribution manifold. Diesel engines draw from the day tank.
Engines and Generators are fueled via priming pumps and filters. Fuel is transferred to and from the day tank via fuel transfer pumps. Fuel is also transferred by virtue of the work of the centrifuge. Tank levels are monitored by electronic sensor, with high/low level alarms, and displayed on a vessel monitoring system display. Fuel tanks ventilate thru a "vent tank" which is monitored for overflow from tanks. Tanks are welded aluminum.
Fuel Tanks (Diesel):
GASOLINE FUEL SYSTEM:
Hose/ nozzle located in Swim Step locker powered by compressed air, approximately 100 gallons. A vapor detector is located in the Lazarette.
FRESH WATER SYSTEM
Single, divided/ baffled, fresh water tank, two AC supply pumps, suction supply, service, and distribution manifolds, two reverse osmosis watermakers, and associated valves, filters, expansion tanks, regulators, and gauges. Freshwater washdowns are located on all external decks.
LUBE OIL SYSTEM
Spare oil for the Main and generator engines can be carried onboard. Tanks for fresh and spent oil are mounted in the Engine Room. The new oil tank is replenished from the 1 ½" deck fitting amidships on starboard side. The refuse oil is offloaded with quick-connect hose at the stern. Two air-powered diaphragm pumps are used to transfer to/from locations via hose reels.
WASTE WATER SYSTEM
Black Water (toilets) is routed to the Black Water tank prior to emptying via shore side pump out. When permitted, black water can be treated by the onboard Marine Sanitation Device (MSD) for overboard evacuation or the tank contents can be delivered directly overboard. The dockside pump out connection is located on the swim platform. Gray Water (sinks, showers, etc.) is sent directly overboard or when required, routed to the black water tank. Tanks are vented at the boot stripe, carry level alarms and are monitored on the Vessel Monitoring System.
COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM
A 5hp Kaeser air compressor powers the ship‘s whistle, gasoline and oil transfer pumps, the fuel valves, (as an element of the fire safety system) and the pneumatic tools.
The five watertight bilge compartments carry alarms for the presence of water and are monitored electronically. In the Engine Room are two 100 GPM, AC bilge pumps. The water pumping Diesel engine, mounted in the utility room bilge, (part of the fire fighting system) can also be engaged for extreme bilge pumping capability.
DECK DRAIN SYSTEM
All exterior decks are fitted with freeing ports and/or drains with a plumbed piping system. Deck drains are molded portions of the deck and fitted with polished stainless steel grates. All drain piping is of ABS approved materials, PVC – DWV and are led to laminated thru hulls located at the boot stripe with check valves and ball valves.
FIRE HYDRANT SYSTEM
Four fire stations, two pumps. Each station contains a hose, angle valve and high/low volume nozzle. The primary electric fire pump can be started from any fire station or locally.
FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM
The interior of the ship is protected by sprinklers which draw from the ship‘s fresh water supply. In the event the water supply is depleted, and without interruption, the system would revert to seawater use. The Engine Room is protected by a gas smothering FM200 system.
ENGINE ROOM FIRE SYSTEM
Instigated manually, the FM 200 Fire protection system is designed by Alexander Gow for Engine Room protection. Activation (with 34 second delay and alarm) includes discharge of gas (hepta-fluoro propane) and automatic shutdown of fuel pumps, intake fans, and exhaust dampers. The Engine Room and ventilation ducts are insulated against thermal conductivity; meeting the A-30 rating and also to provide effective sound damping.
Noise and vibration reduction concept developed by Westport Shipyard and J&A Enterprises.
HVAC SYSTEMS - AIR CONDITIONING
The interior temperature of the vessel is maintained by a 30 ton capacity seawater cooled/heated reverse cycle, treated water HVAC system. Air handlers of various BTU ratings are mounted behind cabinets and bulkheads throughout the vessel. The HVAC system also provides fresh air make up to create a ventilated atmosphere with strategically placed heating units.
CENTRAL HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Powered by pumps on port and starboard generators- either or both generators power the system. The central hydraulic system operates the thrusters, capstans, anchor winches, and crane/davit.
Stabilization while underway is provided by a pair of fins located approximately amidships and powered hydraulically by a main engine driven hydraulic pump. Control is by modern digital "fly-by-wire" system located in the Pilothouse.
Anchoring /docking is accomplished with bitts, hawse eyes, capstans and winches. The fore deck has two hawse eyes per side, two bitts per side and a pair of mooring winches incorporated with the anchor windlasses. The side decks and Aft Deck have two hawse eyes per side with two bitts on each side. The two Aft Deck mooring capstans and bitts at the Swim Step with the proper use of the anchors are an asset in med-style mooring.
On board power conditioners accept a variety of voltages: 50/60 hertz, single phase, three phase, high/low voltage and make it available for ship‘s use.
ELECTRICAL - AC DISTRIBUTION
AC service from shore power and generators is routed to a breakered main electrical panel in the control room, then to sub-panels located throughout the vessel. 50Hz outlets located throughout vessel are powered by a 10KVA converter.
ELECTRICAL - DC DISTRIBUTION
24VDC power from fourteen Absorbed Gas Mat (AGM) batteries is distributed from the main switchboard in the control room to sub-panels. Emergency lighting consists of dedicated lights in staterooms, common areas and stairwells- interior/exterior.
Based on a 24-volt redundant, architecture. Composed of ABS-classed hardware, and including a dedicated network of HMI (Human-Machine Interface) touch-screens for access. The system can be "internationalized" with multi-language, multi-character ability, and system-wide propagation. International settings are tied to user login, providing instant system switching between language environments.
Each accommodation space is equipped with audio/video entertainment equipment which provides for a variety of entertainment choices, satellite based radio and television as well as on board sources including DVD, CD, iPod and central movie server.
The vessel is equipped with modern navigation and communications equipment suitable for worldwide voyages. This equipment includes satellite based position and speed information, gyroscopic and magnetic heading data, radar, electronic charting and depth finding. Communications equipment spans numerous transmission technologies in compliance with safety regulations and to maximize contact with shore side and marine stations, enhancing one‘s ability to communicate from any location. Equipment installed allows chartering under CISR flag. (GMDSS compatibility)
PILOTHOUSE NAVIGATIONAL AIDS
SHIP TO SHIP / SHORE
SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS (SATCOM) COMPONENTS
Westport Shipyard‘s attends to every detail, from bathrobes to formal china in the creation of a comfortable, inviting, functional atmosphere.
Wall Coverings: Westport Interior Design specified.
The stateroom features a king sized berth with fabric or leather wrapped rails and upholstered headboard, built in dressers, and an entertainment system and A/V equipment complimented by Crestron control, office area with desk, make up desk and private his and her dressing rooms with ample storage, dresser and hanging space. Designer accent lighting.
MAIN DECK DAY HEAD
VIP GUEST STATEROOMS
Built in dressers, nightstands, wardrobes, king sized berths, leather or fabric wrapped rails and upholstered headboards, and drawers in the base. Wall treatments and carpeting. Built in A/V equipment complemented by Crestron control.
Built in dressers, nightstands, wardrobes. Twin berths in port stateroom with leather or fabric wrapped rails, upholstered headboards. Two twin berths in starboard stateroom. Sound insulation in the forward bulkheads and stair enclosure. Wall treatments and carpeting. Built in A/V equipment is controlled by Crestron.
Expansive and Elegant area: TV rises out of aft corner cabinet. Aft entry door is stainless steel framed, glass, counterpull, open/close sliding mechanism with pneumatic seal.
Forward of the Salon is the formal dining area. Servers have easy access from the galley via a dual hinged access door.
Entertaining area located aft of the Pilothouse, sliding glass doors to the Boat Deck.
Designer stone counter space with generous food prep area, pantry with dry storage and shelves for extended cruising. Finely executed galley sink by Westport
FORWARD OBSERVATION DECK
The included tender is a 2013, 17’ Custom Aquascan w/ 115hp Yamaha
Safety equipment required for charter service under Cayman Islands Shipping Registry of up to 12 passengers:
The following items are excluded from the Vessel's inventory:
Specifications and details of this vessel are provided in good faith for informational purposes only. Data regarding the specifications, operating characteristics and condition of the vessel was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, capacities, consumptions and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agrees to instruct his agent or surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawal from market without notice.
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker has been told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot and does not guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise, and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
|Samlet effekt||2896 hk|
|Samlet effekt||2896 hk|
|1 tankfuld rækker til||3000nm|
|Ferskvandstank||1 x 6738.03 l (Rustfrit stål)|
|Brændstoftank||1 x 36074.96 l (Rustfrit stål)|
|Spildevandstank||1 x ()|