Allied Marine - Miami
  Miami Beach Marina
  Miami Beach, FL
  United States
  Contact Information
  Fax: 305-634-9071
  Please ask for Jorge Luis Del Rosal
Arsenal Do Alfeite Custom
Year 1968
Length 164 ft
Price US$4,250,000
Located in Unknown, Malta
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Boat Details
Fuel DieselHull Material Steel 
Engine Make MTU/Mercedes BenzEngine Model R-493 
Length Overall 164 ftNumber of Engines 2 


1968 164' classic steel mega motor yacht "THEA". Beautiful classic style and luxury can be yours in this highly appointed yacht designed in the style of the best luxury hotel. Natural oak with custom furniture and finishings are the norm. Formally named "Donapila II", "Myrna", "Yanka", "Derama" and "Rama." "Thea" returned to the builder's yard, Arsenal Do Alfeite (Portugal), in 1999 for a refit where several electrical and mechanical components were modernized. Recently, she has also received new bottom inspections and coatings and will be R.I.N.A. certified.
On board are vast libraries of engineering drawings, specification books, fuel consumption graphs and yard bills that document special history. "Thea" boasts many redundant systems and toughened naval type construction hidden beneath her sumptuous appearance. Configured for comfortable cruising with 11 master and guest berths, all with en suite head facilities, and crew accommodations for 11, “Thea” is a palatial treat on the sea.


A few years ago Thea also had a major bottom overhaul (S.A.2.5 blast on the 9 mm warship steel hull which is galvanized), tail shafts were pulled and blood inspected, changed A frame Thordon bearings on the tail shafts, the hull below the waterline was fully ultrasonically tested, etc. etc. This was done in the Manoel Island Yacht Yard (which is owned by the Malta Dockyards).


The seller will consider all reasonable offers. Please call or email for the complete brochure.

Beam: 7.45M 24.05���?
Max Draft: 3.79M 12.05���?
Displacement: 280 tons

Total Power: 1350 HP

Fuel: 11,889 US gallons

Engines: MTU/Mercedes Benz R-493 @1350HP
Engine Controls: WABCO/Westinghouse
Reduction Gear: ZF (Vee drive) BW800 H20
Steering: Tenfjord hydraulic type 115T (rudders) H-2-2FSG steering box
Fuel Polishing: Westfalia ON616 centrifuge separator
Generators: Caterpillar 3304 55KW 50Hz (X3)
Water Maker: Aqua-Set 85 liters per hour
Air Conditioners/Heating: Condaria water chilled reverse cycle
Shore Power: 300 amp 220V/50Hz

Sailor RT 144 VHF.
Skanti VHF 100 DSC.
Garmin Chart Plotter/GPS 120XL (with radar interface).
Simrad R-45 Auto Pilot.
Furuno FR711 Radar.
JRC NRC-200 Navtex.
Dell Computer linked to GPS.
Several handheld VHF radios and a 12VDC and 24VDC power supplies (housed in a separate cabinet)

Deck Cranes: Dunbar/Tico knuckle-boom
Tenders: Zodiac Yacht-Line 18? 600RL w-Yamaha 115HP outboard
Zodiac Med-Line 15.6? w- Evenrude 75HP outboard
Riva Olympic 22? 350 c.u. GM engine (being restored)
Water Craft: Yamaha XL 700 Wave Runner Jet Ski

Vessel Walkthrough: Main Deck/ Guest Cabins

Master Stateroom:
This is a grand master suite and offers a magnificent morning and evening views of any harbor, island or coastal scenery! The head (master bath) is equally luxurious and features a cast iron porcelain corner tub (no fiberglass/ acrylic materials used on this yacht) and the counter tops are a beautiful pink/ beige marble. All toilets are home style and have adjacent bidet faucets and all plumbing fixtures work 100%. This cabin can be used as a VIP guest stateroom, meeting room or even a gymnasium or day spa by removing the bed.

Junior Guest Suite:
Continuing moving aft?a few steps outside the master vestibule are a set of steps (port side) that lead to the crew quarters alternative entry (hidden behind a curved flush fitting door) and terminate at a small foyer to a small guest stateroom. The dimensions: 8.16? long X 8.83? wide (72 sq?). This stateroom was used by previous owners as an office, a nanny?s, personal assistant, guest chef?s stateroom and a nursery. This stateroom features a built-in desk, moderate size en-suite head/shower room and ample hanging and drawer cabinets. There is good natural lighting from the large ports in both cabin and bath.

Dining Room/ Butler's Pantry:
Continuing aft on the main deck, the formal dining room is large 18? wide X 15.2? long (244 sq?) with a ceiling height of 7.08?. There are several built-in cabinets that house the glass/china/silver service. The ceilings are coffered and mirrored. There are several bronze lost wax cast sconces on all four corners and recessed lighting. The antique dining table is massive (seating 10-14) with finely veneered features. The dining chairs have been restored and upholstered in an elegant matching period fabric. Included in the sale is a large oil painting depicting a Mediterranean family feast. There are several large windows on both sides to the room and guest can enjoy the scenery.

Butler's Pantry:
The butler?s pantry is to the forward/port side of the dining room. It is finished in a light sycamore veneer and features a dumb waiter, a Miele dishwasher, double sink, medium size refrigerator/freezer, espresso maker and storage for breakfast service and provisions. This is a perfect light breakfast, lunch or midnight snack prep galley. There is a watertight deck door and aft or upper deck food service can be assessed without salon walk through by crew.

Salon/ Drawing/ Games/ Media Rooms:
Continuing aft, the salon/drawing room is massive. Measured from dining room to aft deck entry it is over 40? long X 18? wide! There are two sets of pocket doors that allow the dining room to be closed off and the second set allowing the sitting room adjacent to the dining to be separated from the aft sa

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.


For more information, please contact Jorge Del Rosal (786)395-1284 or email him at