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121' DRETTMANN Explorer

Reference Number
RF129301
Title
121' DRETTMANN Explorer
Condition
Used
Model
121' DRETTMANN Explorer
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Description


121' DRETTMANN Explorer
•Year: 2013
•Call for Price
•Located in Miami, FL
•Hull Material: Steel
•Engine/Fuel Type: Twin diesel
•YW# 77276-2404904

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:
 
Dimensions
 LOA: 38.0 m
 Beam: 880.0 m
 Maximum Draft: 23.0 m
Engines
 Engine Brand: MAN
 Engine Model: D2842 LE 410
 Engine Type: Inboard
 Cruising Speed: 14 knots
 Range: 4000 nm
 Year Built: 2012
Tanks
 Fresh Water Tanks: (6000 Liters)
 Fuel Tanks: (45000 Liters)
 
Disclaimer
 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.
General Conditions
 
I.1.1 General
The Vessel shall be a custom-developed, deep-sea, full displacement, long-range steel hull with aluminium superstructure explorer yacht built to operate for private use and for public charter in the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas accordance with the design of Focus Yacht Design and the engineering of Brilliant Boats, Ltd., and in compliance with the rules and regulations published in the regulations of the Classification Society and with the Marine and Coastguard Agency Code of Practice.
The Vessel’s characteristics shall provide generous and luxurious accommodation spaces for the Owner’s party, with good recreational deck areas, while maintaining a good level of sea keeping.
With reference to the level of finish and workmanship, the standard to be observed shall be the standard applied in good European yacht building.
The crew’s accommodation and working areas shall give the crew good comfort and will enable them to operate the Vessel effectively without unnecessarily disturbing the Owner’s party.
The machinery concept is to achieve reliability by utilizing proven machinery and equipment from known manufacturers and utilizing industry standard modern materials and construction techniques to assure that future maintenance is obtainable in remote areas within reasonable levels.
This Specification is just an preliminary one and will change after final engineering.
 
I.1.4 Performance
Max speed at half load displacement: 14 knots
Range at economical cruising speed at half load displacement using two 4,000 miles engines and one generator:
I.2 REGISTRATION
a) All fees and taxes associated to the registration of the Vessel shall be paid by the Owner.
I.3 BUILDER
The construction shipyard for this project is:
• Drettmann Yachts
           Arberger Hafendamm 22, 28309 Bremen, Germany
           and
           Sunrise Yachting Yatcilik Sanayi ve Ticaret, Ltd.
           Antalya Free Zone, Antalya, Turkey
referred to as the 'Builder'.
I.4 NAVAL ARCHITECTS & DESIGNERS
I.4.1 Naval Architecture
•Sunrise Yachting
       referred to as the 'Architect'.
I.4.2 Engineering & Classification Coordination
•Özgün Yacht Design
      referred to as the 'Engineer'.
I.4.3 Exterior and Interior Design & Styling
•Focus Yacht Design & Drettmann Yachts
       referred to as the 'Designer'.
I.5 CLASSIFICATION & CERTIFICATES
I.5.1 Classification
a) The vessel is to be built under the survey of and in full accordance with the Bureau Veritas Regulations for the Classification of Special Service Craft and including all Amendments and Notices issued up until the date of signing of the Vessel Construction Agreement.
b) The class notation shall be:
YACHT, MACH Charter Yacht, Motor, S – Unrestricted Navigation, UMS
I.5.2 MCA Certification
a) This vessel will comply with all of the requirements of LY2 - The Large Commercial Yacht Code Large for vessels 24 metres and over in load line length and the Code of Practice that applies to yachts which are in commercial use for sport or pleasure, do not carry cargo and do not carry more than 12 passengers.
I.5.3 Safety & Pollution Requirements
a) Construction will comply with all relevant COLREG and IMO regulations.
 
b) At completion, a MARPOL pollution and sewage certificate will be delivered.
 
I.5.4 Certificates
a) The following certificates shall also be enforced and/or supplied:
•Builder’s Certificate;
•Class Certificate (Temporary);
•Certificate of MCA-Compliance;
•Safety Radio Certificate;
•Safety Equipment Certificate;
•The 1966 International Convention on Load Lines;
•An International Tonnage Certificate in the form required by Tonnage Convention ITC 69 and United Kingdom Regulations SI 841/1982.
•International Convention for the Prevention of Collisions at Sea, 1972 and amendments.
•International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, 1973 and 1978 Protocol and all subsequent amendments (MARPOL).
•International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea, 1974 and 1978 Protocol and all subsequent Amendments (SOLAS) in as far as specifically mentioned in this Specification.
•International Convention on Telecommunications and Radio Regulations, 1974 and all subsequent amendments.
I.5.5 Country of Registry Regulations (Owner’s charge)
a) The following rules shall also be considered, if required:
•United States Coast Guard Pollution Regulations for Foreign Vessels.
•Flag Registration regulations.
 
Hull & Deck Construction
 
II.1 GENERAL
II.1.1 Construction - General
a) The components shall be built in accordance with high standards for steel/aluminium ship construction.
b) All parts of the hull shall be accessible for survey and maintenance.
c) Workshop conditions shall be in accordance with the requirements of the Classification Society.
d) The Builder shall also maintain a detailed log of the entire building process.
e) Materials shall be stored under conditions suitable to the Classification Society.
 
Propulsion
 
III.1 MAIN ENGINES
III.1.1 Main Engines Particulars
a) There shall be fitted with two four-stroke diesel engines of the following model:
•Make: MAN®
•Type: D2842 LE 410
•Rating: 2 x 809 kW (1,150 mhp) @ 2,100 rpm
III.1.2 Wheelhouse Instrument Panels
a) The wheelhouse room shall be equipped with electronic monitoring and control system.
III.2 GEARBOXES
a) The gearboxes are directly mounted to the engines.
Make: ZF MARINE®
•Type: ZF 3000
•Reduction: 4:1 (to be confirmed)
III.3 CONTROLS AND INSTRUMENTATION
III.3.1 Engine Controls
a) The engines and gearboxes shall be controlled by electronic controls
b) There will be four stations:
•The main station in the wheelhouse;
•Two wing stations: one on each side of the wheelhouse.
•The station at the aft deck
III.4 GENERATORS
III.4.1 General
a) The main electric power is supplied by two diesel-driven, water-cooled generator sets.
b) A standby generator, located in the garage/garage shall provide emergency/auxiliary power.
c) For the electrical part of this system: see Chapter X, ‘Electrical System’.
d) The power of generators to be checked with the final electrical load analysis.
III.4.2 Generator Sets
a) All diesel generator sets shall be flexible mounted on a double set of hydraulic mounts.
b) All diesel engine driven generators to have hard-faced sound enclosures.
c) All generators to have a 24 V DC start system and an isolated ground.
d) Main Generator sets (2):
•Make: KOHLER®, or equal
•Type: 70-EFOZD
•Rating : 87,5 kVA, 50 Hz, 400/230 VAC, 3-phase, 24 VDC starting.
•Engine: 6-cylinder, 1500 rpm, heat exchanger-cooled.
 


The new Drettmann Explorer line has been designed for those who not only appreciate cruising and urbane lifestyle at select ports, but also relish the adventurous aspects of sailing. With her classically compact exterior but extraordinarily spacious interior, this tardis of a yacht is ideal for skippers who wish to indulge their sporting inclinations to the full.
A guaranteed highlight for guests is the large, pleasant dining and lounge area with built-in barbecue at the stern, which affords a fabulous view over the water. This yacht also boasts yet another fascinating first for the DEY class: a spacious beach club with a further bar, lounge area, sauna and steam bath, or optionally with gym zone.
DEY also sets new standards in terms of functionality, such as strictly separate crew and guest areas, a light and open main saloon and an exclusive owner‘s area with office and separate dressing room – to name just a few of many impressive examples.

Location
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Miami, FL
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