Dinner/Charter Yacht

Dinner/Charter Yacht

Business Package

Assistance in setting up the tour vessel operation in terms of marketing promotions, marketing materials, operations manual, employee manual, charter guide, formats for operation reports, etc.

Printing of marketing materials including charter agreements, communication records, sales contact reports, weekly activity reports, reservation log, gift certificates with envelopes, boarding passes, server cards, table reservation cards, complimentary drink certificates, letterhead, envelopes and business cards. We will also assist you in the development of a corporate logo

Addendum 1

The bar kit includes the following: (9” x 6”) cutting board, 2 can and bottle openers, 1 (8”) wooden muddler, 6 (14”) grip tight trays, salt and sugar rimmer, 24 slow pourers with poly cork, 12 (32 ounce) plastic containers, 6 corkscrews, 2 (64 ounce) Post Road pitchers, 3 two prong stainless steel bar strainers, 2 (28 ounce) stainless steel bar shakers, 2 (11”) stainless steel bar spoons, 12 (60 ounce) clear pitchers, 2 bar caddies, 1 (6” ) Wearever slicer, 1 Hamilton Beach mixer, 4 clear plastic scoops, 1 slim jim waste basket

General Specifications

Regulatory File Insert Official Number 1126556 in the Vessel Number box and click “search”

Drawing – Profile & Deck Arrangements

Name DINNER / CHARTER YACHT
Style Yacht
Length Overall (LOA) 85’0”
Breadth Over Guards 19’11”
Hull Depth Molded 9’0”
Propulsion Engines Twin Detroit Diesel 671 NA (426 C.I.D./230 BHP-intermittent rating @ 2,100 RPM)
Generator Detroit Diesel 50 kW generator
Propeller and Shafting Two 26”, 4 blade, nibral, Hall and Stavert
HyTorque (or equal) propellers with 2” Armco Aquamet 17 stainless steel shafts
Rudder
Stainless steel wedge style
HVAC 14 ton (168,000 BTU) water-cooled reverse cycle heat pump system
Passenger Capacity 149 passenger plus 5 crew members
Regulatory Tonnage Under 100 gross tons
Certification/Documentation United States Coast Guard

Custom Interior Decor

  • Interior review with interior designer
  • Excellent grade carpeting for the interior salons and pilothouse
  • Durable vinyl decking for the beverage bar, galley and heads
  • Custom headliner with easy overhead access
  • Decorative valence with indirect lighting
  • 11 (72” x 22”), 5 (54 x 22”) and 2 (36” x 22”) laminated dining tables with fixed stanchions
  • 126 padded stacking chairs
  • 40 plastic stacking chairs
  • 4 (32” diameter) plastic tables

Beverage Bar and Galley

  • Custom laminated beverage bar including a three partition stainless steel sink, an ice bin, two keg cooler, one refrigerator unit, one freezer unit, stainless steel speed rail, cash register and a bar kit (see addendum 1)
  • Galley including one refrigerator unit, one freezer unit, two cook and hold units, one two burner cook top, one warming drawer, a microwave oven and one stainless steel sink.

Hull, Cabin and Superstructure

  • Six watertight lighted compartments, with ladders to each, formed by five (1/4”) transverse bulkheads
  • Cofferdams and dedicated bilge pumps (12 VDC) for each stuffing box sump
  • 3/8” bottom shell plating,1/2” in way of propellers, rudders and seachests, ¼” side shell plating, 5086 H116 or H117 alloy marine grade aluminum hull built in accordance with American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) proposed “Guide for Building and Classing High Speed Craft”
  • 3/16” cabin plating, 6061 H116 or H117 alloy marine grade aluminum deckhouse built in accordance with American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) proposed “Guide for Building and Classing High Speed Craft”
  • Limber holes utilized throughout the interior framing of the hull
  • Lifting eyes designed into the transom, bow and pilothouse
  • Bolted softpatches over the two engines, with lifting eyes in the overhead deck girders for engine removal
  • Three main deck (36” wide) boarding gates, two foreward and one aft of midship
  • Two 6” bitts on the foredeck with hawse pipes and eight 4” single bitts
  • Two passenger stairways, one enclosed, between the main and upper (01) deck
  • 6” D section rubber rail fitted around the entire vessel
  • ¼” dark tint safety plate glass windows throughout the vessel
  • Thermal insulation utilized in the main cabin and pilothouse
  • Engine room acoustic insulation

Pilothouse

  • Extensive propulsion and generator engine gauge arrangement with audible alarms (i.e., Engine temperature, engine oil, gear temperature, gear oil pressure, hydraulic oil level, fuel oil level, Murphy pneumatic bilge water sensors for the forepeak, voids 1and 3, engine room, void 5 and lazarette)
  • Hynautic model PSO 2200 (or equal) hydraulic steering system
  • Mathers Micro Commander (MMC) electronic (12 VDC) throttle and clutch controls
  • Rudder angle indicator
  • ICOM model M125 (or equal) VHF/FM marine radio with antenna
  • Datamarine model 3000 (or equal) depth sounder
  • 5” Ritchie model R5C (or equal) compass with anti glare binnacle and red light
  • 12” ITT (or equal) (12 VDC) remote controlled searchlight
  • Raytheon (or equal) five station loud hailer system including a headset in the engine room
  • Kahlenberg twin trumpet air horn
  • 8” bronze fog horn
  • Three windshield wipers with panographic arms
  • Wired for a cellular telephone system and antenna
  • Upholstered helm seat
  • Aiphone amplifier (or equal), Sony (or equal) tuner, compact disc player, cassette tape player and 14 speakers

Mechanical System

  • Engine service points aligned inboard of main engines
  • ACE (or equal) resilient mount system for the engines
  • Racor dual 1000 series turbine fuel filters with manifold valves
  • Walker Airsep filtration system
  • Engine mounted gauges to include oil pressure, tachometer, engine hours, lube oil pressure, engine cooling water temperature and gear oil pressure
  • Two Vernay Super II (or equal) muffler systems
  • Stainless steel fully water jacketed injection elbows and risers
  • Twin Disc model MG507A-1 2.5:1 marine gears, close coupled with torsional dampers
  • Kahlenberg (or equal) (12 VDC) air compressor with ½ hp 8” diameter x 26” long integral tank
  • Lube oil change pump (12 VDC)
  • ¾ HP Hartzell series 38 WG4 (or equal) 24” diameter direct drive duct fan for the engine room mechanical exhaust fan rated @ 5150 CFM @ ½” static pressure
  • 450 gallon fuel oil capacity including clean-out access and 1 ½” fill

Electrical System

  • A Detroit Diesel model 471 (120/208 volt, single phase) 50 kW 1,200 RPM generator with intake silencer and dual Racor 500 series turbine fuel filter with a manifold valve
  • One 200 amp/100 amp shore power switch for operating systems
  • One 50’ 100 amp shore power cord
  • Four heavy duty batteries with enclosures
  • Two 90 amp consta-volt charging systems
  • Electrical lighting (115 VAC/12 VDC) throughout the vessel
  • 115 VAC electrical panel
  • 12 VDC electrical panel
  • Running lights per international rules (i.e., white bow, white stern, red side, green side, white anchor)

Waste System

  • One Male and one Female head
  • Each head contains, one SeaLand Traveler model 510 (or equal) marine toilet, a sink with an automatic shutoff faucet, a mirror with perimeter lighting, waste receptacle, hand towel dispenser, an exhaust fan (115 VAC), and a custom mini blind
  • One urinal in the men’s head
  • American with Disabilities Act specified assist railing in one head
  • 400 gallon waste capacity with clean-out access with a 1 ½” pump out connection on port and starboard

Plumbing System

  • Valve hand wheels and actuators are color coated and piping is labeled with arrows denoting flow direction
  • 40 gallon water heater
  • Fire and wash-down pump system to include a 2” x 1 ½” electrically driven self priming pump with a minimum capacity of 50 gpm @ 60 psi engaged at the pilothouse and engine room
  • Bilge (auxiliary fire) pump system to include a 2” x 1 ½” belt driven via a 24 VDC clutch self priming pump with a minimum capacity of 50 gpm @ 60 psi engaged at the pilothouse and engine room
  • 5 gpm manual water pump with hose and appropriate fittings
  • ¾” potable water pump (12 VDC) with accumulator tank
  • 300 gallon potable water tank with clean-out access with a ½” fill

Coating System

  • The hull and deckhouse will be abrasive blasted to aid in the coating adhesion to the metal surfaces
  • Valspar brand urethane coatings applied per the manufacturers specifications
  • Polyurethane non-skid coating applied to the exterior decks
  • Draft marks, name and port of registry marked on the vessel per the regulatory agency
  • Aluminum or Zinc anodes depending upon the water salinity of the service area

Safety Equipment

  • 155 adult size type III and 16 child size type III personal floatation devices (PFD’s) with the ship’s name labeled
  • Three 22” life rings with the ship’s name labeled upon, life lines and one self activating light
  • Three fire extinguishers
  • One fire ax
  • An engine room fire damper pull
  • Pyrotechnic distress signals
  • One Danforth (or equal) 150 pound hot dip galvanized anchor with 6’ of chain and 30 fathoms of ¾ inch line
  • One recovery ladder