|| 82 ft
|Hull Material ||Steel||Hull Shape ||Deep Vee|| |
|Beam ||21 ft 3 in||Dry Weight ||194007 lb|| |
|Fuel Capacity ||3271 gal||Length at Waterline ||73 ft 5 in|| |
|Length Overall ||81 ft 8 in||Freeboard ||3 ft 6 in|| |
|Water Capacity ||1191 gal|| || || |
|Inspired by former tug boats, designed exclusively for Conrad Shipyard by famous Polish designer
Juliusz Starwinski, Conrad Classic 80 continues the series of Conrads classic motor yachts.
With her 25-metre steel hull she is the largest and the most luxurious of the Conrad Classic series.
Rich and top quality equipment and kept traditional in design interiors providing discreet touch of
comfort onboard make Conrad Classic 80 luxurious yacht for a true gentleman. Fully air-conditioned
interior offers plenty of living space one double ensuite master cabin, two double guest cabins, openspace
galley adjacent to spacious saloon and comfortable wheelhouse with day-head and large corner
sofa. Crew quarters located behind master cabin have a separate entrance from the wheelhouse. Aft
bimini on the main deck provides shaded place where one can seat and relax on the benches or a set of
loose furniture, while the fly deck is reserved for large sun-bed, table for ten persons and small
cooking spot with barbecue, sink and a fridge. Wing stations on both sides of the fly bridge in
connection with twin engines and bow-thruster make the boat easy to handle even in crowded
|Interior Equipment and Furniture
- Fully air-conditioned interior offers plenty of living space - one double ensuite master cabin, two double guest cabins, open-space galley adjacent to spacious saloon and comfortable wheelhouse with day-head and large corner sofa.
- Crew quarters located behind master cabin have a separate entrance from the wheelhouse.
- Two cabins, bathroom and small mess accommodates up to three crew
- Finest quality teak/mahogany satin furniture in connection with gloss trimmings and groove ceiling
panels has truly noble and elegant feel.
- Despite her classic yet sensible layout, Conrad Classic 80 carries plenty of modern TV/audio and navigation equipment onboard, for your comfort and safety.
- The electrical installation generally is 24 V DC.
- Besides that each cabin, main saloon, navigation area galley area and main engine-room are equipped with 230V AC sockets.
- Main energy source for 24 V
DC are two battery bunks 330 Ah 24V DC each.
- The batteries can be recharged by battery charger
supplied by generator or shore connection.
- The separate starting batteries are charged directly from
alternators hanged up on the engines.
- 230 V AC circuits are supplied alternatively by the generator, or shore connection
- Twin Main Engines Volvo-Penta D7A TA (237 hp each) are installed aft (optionally D9-500 500hp).
- The engines are connected to ZF (Vee-drive) reverse gearboxes and placed on elastic mounts.
- Propeller shaft transmission trains water lubricated dia 70 mm from Amertech, equipped with elastic thrust bearing and CV shaft Python Drive.
- Stainless steel (austenitic) propeller shaft and five blade
blade bronze propellers with rope cutters.
- Water cooled wet exhaust separator provides silent and cool exhausts.
- Engine controls electronic for
dual stations (wheelhouse and fly-bridge)
- The fuel system consists of two integral tanks; two main tanks supplying the main engines are placed just in front of the main engine-room.
- All the installation is built in steel piping.
- The engines supply is provided with fuel filters.
- Semi-displacement shallow draft hull with dumb prow and classic aft overhang.
- Hard chine in aft part forms a lift platform below aft overhang.
- Nicely concave sheer-line and a rounded stern for a classic look.
- The hull lines have been tank tested.
- Relatively beamy hull for better stability and rolling
- The hull is fully welded of shipbuilding grade mild steel.
- Mixed construction system with transverse frames and longitudinals.
- Single bottom with integral tanks in the bilges.
- Main engine-room is placed
aft and is completely watertight.
- The engine-room provides space for gensets, pumps and air
- Behind the engineroom there is a watertight afterpeak containg hydraulic passarella and rudder arrangement.
- The stem is built of a square steel profile.
- For a classic look the profile is protruding out of the shell.
- The profile is continued along the bottom of the hull supported with docking keel.
- That way the yacht has no central girder providing clean and easily accessible bilge.
- Longitudinal stiffness is provided by system of side girders integral with tanks construction.
- Deck construction built entirely of marine grade mild steel, welded.
- Beams are placed every frame,
supported at aft deck with a system of stringers.
- The beams support deck longitudinals.
- Places where heavy loaded equipment is mounted are appropriately fastened and additionally framed.
- Stainless steel is used in all places where dangerous corrosion could occur.
Hatches, windows, companionway, outside doors
- The superstructure vertical walls are built of aluminum.
- The roof is faired with epoxy filler and painted with anti-slip paint.
- The wheelhouse is built of aluminum, with teak trimming.
- The wheelhouse is equipped with two sliding doors ? one each side, weathertight for deck mounting, and a companionway sliding hatch aft
leading to the flybridge.
Bulwark , stormrail, handgrips
- The yacht is equipped with teak traditional skylights where the opening flap is Toplicht brass
chromed hatch .
- Big windows are built of thermo-glass double layer with 6 mm gap between the panes.
- The glass is Sikaflex glued into a recess in the construction and finished with teak varnished frames.
- Front wheelhouse windows are equipped with electric wipers with water splash system.
- Bathrooms and front cabin are equipped with stainless steel oval portlights.
- Aft of superstructure there is the main companionway with teak hinged doors and a sliding hatch.
- Wheelhouse can be entered from both sides by splash-proof aluminum sliding doors laid with teak
veneer at least 2 mm thick, tracks and rollers in stainless steel, locks and handles stainless.
Teak deck, gratings
- The deck is surrounded with a steel bulwark which is raised fore and aft.
- The bulwark is capped with
a varnished teak rail-cap, traditional storm-rail stanchions in stainless steel with a teak rail-cap on top.
- Middle lines stainless steel wire.
- Both sides in the aft part of the yacht opening parts to access bathing ladder and tender.
- Both sides, along the edge of superstructure top a chromed brass pipe handgrip is installed on low
chromed brass supports.
Deck tables, benches
- Main deck and fly bridge is fully covered with teak planks 14 mm glued by Sikaflex system.
- The roof of the superstructure is covered with a thin layer of glass on epoxy and painted.
Mast , funnel, tender crane
- All deck benches are built in teak, verticals and trimming is varnished, the seats unpainted.
- Benches aft and fore are hinged and can be flapped up to provide access for mooring.
- The benches at flybridge contain lockers under the seats.
- The bench behind the aft wall of superstructure can be also
flapped up to provide access to the engine-room.
Bimini, camels & passarella
- The funnel is built of fiberglass because of the radar antenna which is installed inside.
- For traditional look there are stainless steel decoration fittings.
- Behind the funnel and attached to it there is stainless steel pipe mast.
- The mast serves for other antennas installation, for navigation lights, signal flags etc.
- The tender is handled with hydraulic crane.
- Teak cradle for tender is mounted on the superstructure roof with stainless steel fittings and deck-plates for tender lashing.
- The entire area of the aft deck is covered with a bimini installed between two camels.
- The camels are
built of stainless steel pipes and stainless steel fittings.
- The top of camels is in varnished mahogany.