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|Model||83 Expedition Explorer|
|Type||Motorjachten en Motorkruisers|
|Aangeboden door||Northrop and Johnson San Diego, CA|
AMARELLLA F has crossed the Atlantic ocean several times, cruised in the Mediterranean and Caribbean Seas, passed through the Panama Canal and hosted many scuba diving and fishing expeditions in Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Mexico including to the Cocos Island and Revillagigedo (Socorro) Islands. AMARELLLA F has also made several fishing expeditions to Alaska sailing through the Inside Passage including through Hole in the Wall rapids
The anchor system was specifically designed to hold two distinctly different anchors, the 440 pd plow on the centerline, the all-around anchor, for sand, hard packed sand, grass and other solid bottoms. On the starboard side a 550 pd naval style Danforth for soft sand, mud and other bottoms were large surface areas increase holding. There are stainless steel strike pads integrated into the stem and stainless-steel slap guards on the deck running from the windlass to the stainless-steel chain pipe for the Danforth and stainless-steel anchor pulpit for the plow.
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 overhead cabinets. The main engines and generators are fed off a centerline day tank that will supply in excess of 24 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 overflow 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 all main pipelines are made of stainless steel. 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 shutdowns 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 (8) 8D battery’s powered inverter system, which allows you to go dead ship for up to 10 hours and still maintain all refrigeration, freezers, fresh water and other systems.
It is possible to use only one Main Engine on crossings.
The vessel has a large set of spare parts and filters for Main Engines and Diesel Generators.
Designed and engineered to cruise the world in safety, reliability and comfort this Inace 83 Expedition Explorer has huge volume thanks to her impressive beam which includes five en-suite double cabins. Her key points include an impressive master cabin on the upper deck, exceptionally large flybridge with Jacuzzi, conveniently located crew area on deck level forward, plus a superb 2000kg hydraulic crane for carrying a big fishing boat or tender.
The style throughout the boat is cherry-stained Brazilian Mahogany built-ins with fabric and Magilite panels. There are hard wood floors throughout. The window surrounds are solid Mahogany and are removable for servicing the windows. Great effort has been made to maximize storage areas and ease of service to equipment.
Solid Mahogany tread stairs lead from the foyer down to the lower accommodations were 4 double staterooms all with en-suite heads with separate showers, counter tops and floors are done in Italian marble.
The first two staterooms to port and starboard have two full size lower twin beds with end table in between. The two forward staterooms are identical queen staterooms. All of these staterooms are large and comfortable with good closet and drawer space with additional storage under the beds.
Sound levels under way and at anchor are pleasantly low.
There are two large separate crew cabins starboard side with double beds and port side with queen size bed, separate heads and shared shower.
The cabins are accessed directly and from the boat deck. In the cabin on the port side is the entrance to the forepeak of the vessel there is also a safe for storing large items.
Comfortable wheelhouse in true expedition style, raised 6' 6" settee with granite table can double as pilot berth.
Excellent visibility in all conditions out of the reverse angle windows, the center section of the helm instrument area was lowered to assure a clear view when seated or standing.
The wheelhouse is done in natural Brazilian Mahogany with 3/4" Mahogany and Marfine laid floor that run throughout the vessel.
There is a full Portuguese bridge and side wing stations accessed via port and starboard side doors. Sound levels in the pilothouse are extremely quiet, when the engines are started it is necessary to check the rpm gauges to assure yourself that the engines are running.
Internal stairs lead up to the large flybridge. There is a full helm station, sunning area with large storage areas below, granite top bar and Lava Rock BBQ, further aft is a beautiful Brazilian Mahogany dinning table that seats eight. All the way aft is Jacuzzi, freshwater shower and stern Davit.
Over $1.2 millions was spent on refit and upgrades in 2014-2019, including but not limited to the following:
Whitehall Tango 17 Double Slide Seat Sculling Ocean Rowboat (new 2016)
Scuba Gear and Dive Equipment:
AMARELLLA F has crossed the Atlantic ocean several times, cruised in the Mediterranean and Caribbean Seas, passed through the Panama Canal and hosted many scuba diving and fishing expeditions in Panama, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Mexico including to the Cocos Island and Revillagigedo (Socorro) Islands. AMARELLLA F has also made several fishing expeditions to Alaska sailing through the Inside Passage including through Hole in the Wall rapids.
Optional toys and equipment:
Potential purchasers should assume that items on the vessel at the time of viewing, but not specifically listed on this sheet, are not included with the sale of the yacht. These specifications are believed to be true and correct but cannot be guaranteed.
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.
|Windsnelheid en -richting||✓|
|Teak in kuip||✓|
|Drinkwatertank||14384.56 l ()|
|Brandstoftank||28587.42 l ()|
|Kooien met twee matrassen||4|