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ADELIA Yacht for Sale

Length
108' (33m)
Builder
CUSTOM LINE
Build
2021
Cabins
5

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Amenities

  • Beach Club
  • Jacuzzi
  • Personal Watercraft
  • Underwater lights
  • Wi-Fi
  • Wine Cellar

Specifications

Builder CUSTOM LINE
Model Navetta 33
Length (LOA) 108' (33m)
Year 2021
Gross Tonn. 262
Draft 8' (2.18m)
Beam 24' (7.52m)
Range 1,200 NM
Location Turkey

Accommodations

Staterooms 5

Dimensions & Capacity

LOA 108' (33m)
Max Draft 8' (2.18m)
Fuel Tank 4,940 g (18,700 L)
Fresh Water 819 g (3,100 L)
Holding Tank 634 g (2,400 L)
Gross Tonn. 262

Construction

Hull Material GRP
Ext. Designer Zuccon International Project.
Int. Designer Zuccon International Project.
Cruising Speed 12 Knots
Range 1,200 NM
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PROPULSION & STEERING

  • A reduction gear box ZF 3050 will be provided for each engine. Reduction ratio determined on relation to the propeller design and propulsion.
  • Two skewed propellers, 6 blades, diameter about 1.3m, designed to obtain high efficiency and low noise will be provided.
  • They will be made by nickel- aluminium-bronze (NiBrAl).
  • Each propeller will be statically and dynamically balanced.
  • Manufacturing tolerances will be according to ISO 484/2

CLASS S.

  • Two spade rudders with drive by wire steering control will be provided. The blade size will be determined to ensure good manoeuvring capabilities; the rudder will be properly transversally of-set from shaft line axis in order to remove the screw shaft without dismounting the blade. The rudders construction material will be AISI 316L. Rudder holes will be in stainless steel, rudder stock will be made of Marinox 17 or equivalent, welded to the rudder blade and sized according to the Classifcation Rules.

STEERING

  • The steering system will be of electrohydraulic type. A drive by wire steering wheel will be fitted in the wheelhouse, while one joystick will be installed on each side wing. On the dashboard a control panel will show the main info (mode, alarm status, rudder angle) of the steering system. The hydraulic system will be made of one power pack (oil reservoir with a 400Vac/50Hz/3ph pump) and 2 hydraulic cylinders (one for each rudder).

BOW THRUSTER

  • A bow thruster unit hydraulically driven (85hp) will be installed in a dedicated space.
  • The propeller will have fxed blades and will be ftted in a 20in tunnel. The installation will be executed strictly according to Manufacturer instructions and specifcations. Grids on bow thruster tunnel will not be provided in order to maximize the thrust performance.
  • Control Joystick will be installed on the main helm station in wheelhouse and on the wing control stations.

INTERCEPTORS

  • Two units, one for each side, will be installed on the transom edge actuated by servo units connected with control units. The system will be governed by a control panel placed in the wheelhouse.

MECHANICAL

  • Ship systems will be designed, supplied and installed by the Builder as per the Builder standard in accordance with Classifcation Rules.
  • Bulkhead penetrations will be carried out in accordance with provision of the Regulatory Bodies.
  • Piping connections will be basically defned on each paragraph dedicated to the single system; diferent connection methods will be used but anyhow in compliance with the Classifcation Rules.
  • Drip trays in plastic material or stainless steel will be provided as optional for pumps and other machinery; they will be equipped with sleeve and plug.
  • Valves selection will be proper for the physical properties of the piping system such as pressure, temperature and fuid viscosity. Valves will be manually operated if not otherwise stated. Quick closing valves will be locally and remotely controlled from the emergency control position.
  • Operation profle will be up to 1000 hours per year at a maximum of 20% of time at full load, average load <50%. Exhaust emissions are in compliance with EPA TIER III regulations.
  • Colour will be white with RAL according to Maker's standard.

COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM

  • One electric driven compressor unit having a power requirement of about 2kW will be installed in the engine room; air will be delivered at a maximum pressure of 7 bar, together with a reservoir of approximately 8 litres. Drip tray will be installed as optional.
  • The system will supply compressed air to the horn and through a pressure reducing valve to the connection in engine room.

SCUPPERS AND DRAINAGE SYSTEM

  • Scuppers and drainage system will be provided to collect and discharge outboard the wash down and rain waters from external decks. They will be equipped with removable grids in stainless steel. Above freeboard deck, pipes will be made of PVC and flexible hoses. Below freeboard deck scupper lines will be in ISO 13363 flexible rubber hoses.
  • The aft garage will be drained through one automatic 24Vdc pump connected overboard.
  • A second 24Vdc self priming pump sucting from a stainless steel collecting tank (fitted with vent and level switch safe for petrol) will allow to discharge overboard or to the Marpol fange by acting on a three way manual valve.

SEA WATER COOLING PIPING

  • Sea water will be used for cooling both the main engines, the gearboxes and the exhaust gases; there will be two independent systems, one for each side. One manual three way valve mounted on each propulsion cooling system will allow to supply sea water to the opposite gearbox with one main engine running.
  • Shaft seals will be provided by an independent cooling piping system, one on each side; a second cooling line will be provided by a branch connected to the gearbox outlet.
  • Piping will be ISO 15540-15541 corrugated rubber hoses for main engines, gearboxes, shaft seals, and bow thruster cooling system, while ISO 13363 corrugated rubber hoses will be used for main engine gas cooling system. Connections to the engines will be fexible and in accordance with the manufacturer installation instructions.
  • Generators sea water piping will be ISO 13363 corrugated rubber hoses; each unit will be feed by its own circuit.

Sea chests will be in bronze and installed with the related sea chest strainers; in the engine room there will be:

  • n.2 sea chests for main engines
  • n.2 sea chests for diesel generators
  • n.1 sea chest for fre pump
  • n.1 sea chest for air conditioning system
  • n.1 sea chest for bow thruster hydraulic oil cooling system
  • n.2 sea chests for the shaft seals
  • Two electric pumps, arranged in parallel, will supply sea water to the heat exchanger for cooling the bow thruster hydraulic oil.
  • The exhaust gas of each engine will be led mainly underwater and above waterline level through a GRP pipe installed into each sponson. Metallic compensators will be provided at the engines gas outlets; from there the gas will be ducted to the silencer unit installed over the main engine and then it will be cooled down by sea water and then brought overboard.
  • The silencer will be installed on a white painted steel frame while a polished stainless steel pillar will be provided to support the gas exhaust ducts. The equipment will be resiliently mounted in order to minimise noise and vibration. Elastic resilients will be of the low frequency type and protected against the high temperatures in order to avoid any rubber modifcation which would lessen the resilient damping properties.
  • The duct will be made of stainless steel AISI 304 for the dry part and in AISI 316L stainless steel for the wet part. Sea water pipes will be made by ISO 13363 flexible hoses

BATTERIES

  • The following groups of batteries will be installed:
  • Two groups 24Vdc (one per unit) for the start of the main engines; fed by a battery charger
  • Two groups 12Vdc (one per unit) for the start of the diesel generators; fed by a battery charger
  • One group for the 24Vdc emergency supply; fed by a battery charger
  • One group 24Vdc for the radio station; fed by a battery charger
  • One group for the 24Vdc users (services); fed by a battery charger
  • Sealed gel batteries will be used mainly. The capacity of the batteries will be sufcient to comply with the requirements of the Regulatory Bodies and to the Technical Specifcation of the engine/ motor manufacturers.
  • The start batteries will be recharged by the alternators installed on the related engine and a dedicated battery charger.
  • The start batteries for the main engines and the diesel generators can be swapped in case of emergency.

Galley & Laundry Equipment

  • The galley will be ICON model by Ernestomeda, a product customized for the net space of the yacht, with integrated appliances installed, matt lacquered fnishing and quartzresin top. Colour and materials as per the Builder décor book.
  • Domestic equipment will be supplied in accordance with the standard appliances Plan.

Main salon:

  • n°1 drawer fridge

Galley:

  • n°1 electric glass/ceramic 5 burner cooking top
  • n°1 hood
  • n°1 oven
  • n°1 dishwasher
  • n°1 fridge - freezer
  • n°1 fridge side by side
  • n°1 trash compactor

Pantry main deck:

  • n°1 microwave oven

Communication Equipment

  • The radio installation to be of the approved (wheel marked) type where and according to the requirements of the Regulatory Bodies as applicable and to the GMDSS specifcations, areas A1, A2 and A3. The following equipment will be installed as standard:
  • 1 VHF radiotelephones with DSC GMDSS class A
  • 1 VHF radiotelephones with DSC GMDSS class D with 3 handsets in Wheelhouse,
  • Captain’s Cabin, Crew Dinette.
  • 2 portable VHF GMDSS apparatus.
  • 1 radiotelephone SSB GMDSS – DSC
  • 1 NAVTEX receiver
  • 1 EPIRB 406MHz, GMDSS, with hydrostatic release.
  • 1 radar transponder, GMDSS (SART)

Navigation Equipment

  • The following navigation equipment will be supplied and installed:
  • 1 autopilot system, micro-processor controlled, with feedback system
  • 1 echo-sounder
  • 1 wind station
  • 1 multifunctional transducer (Depth, Speed, Temperature)

Navigation sensors including:

  • n.1 radar, 6kW Furuno, open array, X-Class antenna
  • n.3 GPS
  • n.1 Flux gate system
  • n.1 magnetic compass
  • n.1 Weather station
  • Charting plotter system including:
  • n.2 independent processor black box

NAVIGATION LIGHTS
The navigation lights will be according to COLREG 72 regulations. As reference, the following approved lights will be installed:

  • n.1 white, masthead, navigation light
  • n.1 white, stern lights
  • n.1 red, port navigation light
  • n.1 green, stbd navigation light
  • n.1 white, anchor light
  • n.4 red, not under command lights.
  • The navigation lights will be controlled by a panel installed on the wheelhouse. Audible and visual alarm to be provided to indicate failure of any navigation light.

9.1.3 HORN

  • One (1) air horn will be installed.
  • Air pressure type with solenoid valve connected to the main air pressure system with local air receiver complete with control panel with fog signal timer installed on the bridge.

MONITORING SYSTEM

  • The Alarm and Monitoring System (AMS) will display a few yacht data by means of monitors positioned as follows:
  • n.1 integrated in the dashboard in wheelhouse (15”)
  • n.1 touch screen in the crew mess (15”): only the AMS pages will be shown
  • n.1 in the engine control room (15”): only the AMS pages will be shown
  • The system’s general architecture is based on one or more electronic I/O modules that are connected to the onboard devices, a network cable that connects them, one or more main processors (CPU), and one or more LCD displays or PCs with touch screen.

Entertainment Equipment

  • Crew call on all decks (master, main deck saloon, upper deck saloon, aft deck cocktail, upper deck cockpit, sundeck, foredeck)
  • Audio system Apple air play connected in 5 zones (upper deck saloon, main deck saloon, main deck aft cockpit, aft upper deck cockpit, sun deck)
  • Guest cabins: TV, DVD, satellite TV Canal +/Canal Sat and Bluetooth sound system
  • Master cabin: TV Dolby 55', DVD, Canal +/Canal Sat TV Bluetooth sound system
  • Sun deck: 180 degrees rotation TV 49', DVD, Canal +/Canal Sat, Air play music
  • Main deck saloon: TV, DVD, Canal +/Canal Sat, Air play music, Playstation 4 with games
  • Upper deck saloon: TV 55', DVD, Canal +/Canal Sat, Air play music, Playstation 4 with games
  • Beach Club: music system
  • 9.7.1 TV AND HI-FI
  • A TV-Sat antenna will be ftted on the hard top, with an empty dome for symmetry.
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MAIN SALON

  • n°1 TV 55’’LED with electric ceiling system
  • Home Theatre system with amplifer tuner (5+1) connected to central server unit
  • Apple-TV
  • I-pad mini control system for entertainment
  • TV SAT receiver common interface
  • HDMI Aux input

OWNER’S CABIN

  • • n°1 TV 49’’LED smart tv
  • • Home Theatre system with amplifer tuner (2+1), connection to central server unit
  • and Apple-TV
  • • I-pad mini control system for entertainment
  • • TV SAT receiver common interface
  • • HDMI Aux input

GALLEY:

  • n°1 Mini Hi-Fi USB/BT system with tuner
  • n°2 loudspeakers

MAIN DECK EXTERNAL AFT:

  • n°4 waterproof loudspeaker connected to main deck salon, airplay, party mode and volume control

VIP AND GUEST CABINS:

  • n°1 TV LED 43''for VIP cabins and portside guest cabin, 32''for starboardside cabin
  • n°2 loudspeakers
  • Media server system with Apple TV connected to central unit
  • HDMI Aux input

CREW MESS:

  • n°1 TV 24’’LED
  • n°2 loudspeakers
  • Mini Hi-Fi USB/BTsystem with tuner
  • HDMI Aux input

CREW CABINS:

  • n°1 Mini Hi-Fi USB/BT sytem with tuner
  • n°2 loudspeakers

UPPER DECK SALON

  • n°1 TV 49’’LED with electric ceiling system
  • Home Theatre system with amplifer tuner (5+1), connected to central server unit
  • Apple-TV
  • TV SAT receiver common interface
  • HDMI Aux input

WHEELHOUSE:

  • n°2 loudspeakers connected to the Captain's Cabin mini Hi-Fi

CAPTAIN CABIN (upper deck):

  • n°2 loudspeakers
  • Mini Hi-Fi DVD/USB/I-POD with tuner
  • HDMI Aux input

WHEELHOUSE:

  • n°2 loudspeakers connected to the Captain's Cabin mini Hi-Fi

IT SYSTEM:

  • n°4 access point Wi-Fi
  • Network switches system
  • 4 G/LTE Modem
  • Wi-FI bridge
  • TV SAT

Tenders & Toys

  • Tender: BRIG 6.5M 1x300 HP
  • 1 x SeaDoo 2 seater SPARK
  • 1 x adult Seabobs F5
  • 3 x adult aluminium foldable bicycles B-Twin
  • 2 x Paddle boards
  • Snorkelling gear
  • Fishing gear

Note: Subject to change and/or negotiation during the buying process.
DIVING

  • RDV diving only, no diving gear on board

Deck Equipment

  • Tropicalized air conditioning system fresh air intake ventilation
  • Jacuzzi up to 4 pax with lighting, fast flling/emptying system, must be empty underway
  • Balcony 1mx2m on main deck opening out from saloon with seating
  • Wine cellar on upper deck and one on the main deck in the pantry. 3 Icemakers total.
  • Electric plancha on sundeck
  • Shaded sitting area with table on foredeck and sun pad area
  • Beach club on garage platform
  • Sun pads around Jacuzzi on sun deck and two circular sun loungers

ANCHOR AND MOORING EQUIPMENT

  • Two High Holding Power type anchors in galvanised steel will be ftted in stainless steel anchor pockets. Each unit will weigh about 140kg and will be connected to the hull through a chain 14mm in diameter made in galvanized steel, with stud link and having a length of 125m each (5 lenghts). Chain is painted in white/red for length visual check. Kenter joining shackles are provided. The system will be sized according to the Classifcation rules.

MOORING BOLLARDS
Polished stainless steel AISI 316L bollards will be fitted as follows:

  • n. 4 on the forward manoeuvring area mounted onto the deck (2 for each side)
  • n. 4 on the aft raised mooring areas in the main deck cockpit (2 for each side)
  • n. 4 horn type integrated in the fairleads, fitted on the main deck side bulwark (2 for each side)
  • n. 2 on the aft platform (1 for each side)
  • n. 4 horn type integrated in the fairleads, fitted on the main deck side bulwark (2 for each side)
  • n. 2 on the aft platform (1 for each side)

FAIRLEADS
Polished stainless steel AISI 316L fairleads will be fitted in the main deck bulwark as follows:

  • n. 2 on the forward manoeuvring area (1 for each side), with roller
  • n. 2 with integrated bollard, fitted on the side bulwark (1 for each side)
  • n. 4 on the aft raised mooring areas in the main deck cockpit (2 for each side)

WINDLASSES

  • Two electrical windlasses vertical type (4kW, 400Vac/50Hz/3ph) dual rotation at single speed, will be fitted on the foredeck, bolted to the deck and locally controlled by means of a hand wired controller. Each windlass will be equipped by a stainless steel gypsy, one stainless steel drum and mounted close to a chain roller mounted on top of each hawse pipe and equipped with a devil's claw. A polished stainless steel plate will be fitted below the windlasses to protect the gelcoat and facilitate the removal of dirt.
  • The system will fulfll the requirements of the Classifcation rules.

CAPSTANS

  • Two foot switch electric operated vertical capstans (about 2,2kW, 400Vac/50Hz/3ph) will be fitted on the raised mooring area built on each side of the main deck cockpit.
  • Each unit will be dual rotation at single speed type.

Safety & Security Equipment

BILGE AND FIRE SYSTEM

  • Each watertight compartment will have a separate bilge suction, with foot valve, connected through the main bilge manifold to the bilge pump.
  • Water from the bilge will be discharged overboard through an overboard connection located in the engine room. Main engines cooling pumps can be used to draw water from the engine room bilge in case of emergency.
  • A second bilge suction will be installed on each watertight compartment, with foot valve, connected through the emergency bilge manifold, to the emergency bilge/fire pump and discharging overboard through a three way valve. The emergency bilge manifold will be installed out of the engine room. Where drainage is not necessary, the arrangements may be omitted provided that yacht safety will not be impaired.
  • The chain locker will be self draining, additionally one bilge suction connected to a dedicated hand pump will be provided. A bilge alarm system, connected to the alarm and monitoring system, will be installed in all compartments served by the bilge system. The bilge pumps can be started and stopped from the control panel.
  • Bilge lines will be flexible hoses fire resistance (ISO 7840) inside machinery spaces while fire resistant (ISO-13363) hoses outside machinery spaces; the manifolds will be made in AISI 316 stainless steel.
  • The fire fighting system will have its own pump placed in engine room, and will be connected to the bilge system through the main manifold in such a way that the bilge and
  • fire-fighting pumps may serve as bilge pumps and vice-versa. The emergency bilge/fire manifold placed out of the engine room will allow to use the diesel motor pump for feeding the fire fighting system too, by suctioning from a dedicated sea chest.
  • Fire hydrant valves, with fire hoses and nozzles will be fitted.

BILGE PUMP

  • One electric self-priming centrifugal pump 400Vac/50Hz 3ph 4kW will be installed in the engine room for main bilge system. The pump can be by-passed with the electric fire pump.

FIRE PUMP

  • One electric self-priming centrifugal pump 400Vac/50Hz 3ph 4kW will be installed in the engine room for feeding the fire extinguishing system. The pump can be by-passed with the electric bilge pump.

EMERGENCY DIESEL MOTOR PUMP

  • One diesel motor pump will be installed, in the port side of beach area technical space, for servicing the bilge and fre system.

ENGINE ROOM EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM

  • A fixed gas fire fighting system (FM200 or equivalent, to the Builder choice) will be installed in the engine room. A sound and visual alarm will be provided in the engine room operating automatically when fre alarm is activated.

AFT GARAGE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM

  • The aft garage will be equipped with a fre fghting sprinkler system fed by sea water (see fre fghting system).
  • The Yacht will be delivered with life saving and fre appliances, as per Italian Bodies Requirements.

The yacht will be equipped with the following life saving appliances:

  • Housed life buoys (2), one with rope and 30 mt light buoy
  • 2 Life rafts for 10 people each (total 20 people)
  • 20 Life jackets
  • 2 Child life jackets
  • 1 First aid medical kit
  • 1 SART Transponder
  • 1 EPIRB

The yacht will be equipped with the following firefghting appliances:

  • Foam extinguishers
  • Powder extinguishers
  • CO2 extinguishers
  • Fire blanket
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