Bowthruster with two stations
Inverter Mastervolt Dakar combi 3500 W with eight gel batteries and Link 2000
Eight external lights from Cantaluppi Sirio model in white
Two Microset tension reducer Zetagi 24/12 V 15 A
Three Volt transducers MT-V; MT-Ca; MT-FuP
Hynautic steering system
Rodriguez stabilizer with 16 sq ft fins, electronic, with spare pump
Aqua Air 12 tons air conditioning with three compressors
Royal Flush sanitary system from Head Hunter
Tank sounding system Head Hunter with automatic and alarm
Two Kenmore water heaters (115 litres each)
High pressure 800 gpd Italian water maker
Flow jet pumps in the bilge
4” shaft seal from tires marine exhaust system center for engines and generator with mufflers
Fan coil in engine room
Ventilation with variable frequency velocity and dumper 2hp
Exhaust ventilator with dumper 1hp
The engine room is accessed via the aft deck through a watertight door. As you would expect in a vessel designed for world cruising, the engine room is extremely large and well laid out. There is full standing room throughout and easy access to all equipment with consideration given to the individual who will maintain the equipment. There is a centerline workbench with sink and over head cabinets. The main engines and generators are fed off a centerline day tank that will supply in excess of 16 hours running time, the first 12 hours of which provide a positive pressure to the main engines.
The fuel system is designed so that the Aqua Laval fuel cleaning systems can be run 24/7 with it, pulling from the two main tanks filling the day tank. As the day tank over fills, it will over flow back to the two main tanks, this not only assures that the fuel in all three tanks is clean, but also that the fuel in the day tank is cool. Should you only wish to transfer fuel at set intervals, the day tank is designed so that the two main tanks act as heat sinks to equalize the fuel temperature. There are three ways of transferring fuel, including a manual pump.
There are two sea chest pickups in the engine room with a cross over pipe that feed all of raw water systems. The pickups are designed so either one can run the entire systems when partially clogged. Each pickup can be separated from the system and are fitted with a compressed air blow down for quickly clearing them. The piping running from the cross over pipe is CiNi. Wherever possible pipe joints have welded flanged fitting and piping has been designed to be removable for servicing.
You will find that most key systems are backed up, this includes but is not limited to, fresh water, bilge and fire.
There is an escape hatch from the engine room and also access to the lazarette and via the lazarette to the aft deck. The entire engine room is a steel box, there are manual shut downs for the variable speed reversing fans with air cut off flaps, fuel and engine shut offs. The A/C electrical system is backed up on key equipment by a 8, 8D battery powered inverter system, which allows you to go dead ship for up to eight hours and still maintain all refrigeration, freezers, fresh water and other systems.