$ 5,700,000

MAVERICK Yacht for Sale

95' (28.95m)
Asking Price
$ 5,700,000

Not for sale or charter to U.S. residents while in U.S. waters.


  • Fishing Equipment
  • Passarelle
  • Personal Watercraft


Length (LOA) 95' (28.95m)
Year 2002
Gross Tonn. 179
Beam 23' (7.16m)
Range 6,500 NM
Location Fiji


Staterooms 3
Sleeps 6
Heads 7
Crew Cabins 3
Crew Sleeps 3
Capt. Quarters Yes

Dimensions & Capacity

LOA 95' (28.95m)
LWL 87' (26.39m)
Min Draft 7' (2m)
Fuel Tank 11,471 g (11,471 L)
Fresh Water 2,335 g (2,335 L)
Holding Tank 3,200 g (12,113 L)
Gross Tonn. 179
Displacement 240


Hull Material Steel
Cruising Speed 9 Knots
Range 6,500 NM
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Other Machinery

  • Watermaker: The vessel has one Matrix with low-pressure pump, sand media filter, and high-pressure pump set. There is an Atlantic ultraviolet sterilizer light. All of the water maker equipment is located in the starboard aft engine room and is supplied seawater by its own dedicated through-hull. The low-pressure pump supplies 50-Psi to the sand media filter. There is a 30-micron filter, and a charcoal filter. The system is fit with automatic back flush. A second water maker was recently added Sea Recovery 33 gallons/hr.
  • Sea Recovery Aqua Whisper 120LPH  1308hrs
  • Sea Recovery Aqua Whisper 250LPH  35hrs  
  • Note: new controller replace which included hr meter
  • Potable water system: The potable water system consists of 3 separate zones. The pumps are located in the cofferdam between frames 32 and 34. They are mounted outboard on the starboard side. There are two Sihi pumps. One is 230/240 volt and one is 24 volt. The pumps take suction directly from the water tanks just aft of frame 32.
  • he circulating water in the system can be heated by four additional immersion heaters located under the passarelle power pack in the engine room with a master rotary switch and four individual rotary switches for each heater element. This system can be controlled through DMP control panel whereby the water is diverted through to the immersion heaters through an electronically operated three-way valve.
  • The chilled water is circulated throughout the vessel via a Rotor 230 volt, .075 kW, 50 Hz, single phase circulating pump located aft of the compressor unit. The cooling water is provided to the system by a closed fresh water plate heat exchanger located forward of the port main engine. This heat exchanger is cooled by a Rotor 230 volt, .75 kW, 50Hz pump located directly beneath and draws water from the portside sea chest. This cooling system also provides seawater temperature air to two engine room recirculation fans located port and starboard. The closed fresh water cooling water is circulated by a Rotor 230 volt, .75 kW, 50 Hz pump located adjacent to the raw water cooling pump. 
  • The fan coils throughout the vessel are by Marine Air with individual screens located at each fan coil unit. The units are fitted with three way valve thereby bypassing the water system to the fan coil unit once the desired temperature has been reached. The fan coil control temperature and fan speed are by Heinman & Hopman and are digital controls with each having frequency drive to control fan speed.
  • The vessel also has two Heinman and Hopman make up air units type SA, with one unit located in the crew bow compartment to service the forward section of the vessel and the other unit located in the midsection coffer dam to service the aft section of the vessel. These units draw outside air that is then chilled and ducted to various parts of the vessel to make up for lost air from ventilation fans, ECT. And create a slight positive pressure within the vessel in the air conditioning.

Galley & Laundry Equipment

  • Bosh Series 8 Washing Machine & Miele Dryer T240
  • Liebher upright freezer
  • U-shaped countertop with stainless grab rail and granite countertops
  • Under counter cabinets for plenty of storage
  • Oversized sink with separate purified drinking water faucet
  • Liebherr Fridge/Freezer
  • U-Line Icemaker
  • Fisher/Paykel Ceramic Induction Hob
  • Discharge vent above cook top
  • Fisher/Paykel Under Bench Oven
  • Miele microwave oven
  • Fisher/Paykel Twin stainless steel Dish Drawers
  • Boan trash compactor
  • Fixed small settee with table and storage under drop down doors
  • Large port and starboard electric opening windows
  • Double circular pocket door to saloon V-line bin type icemaker
  • Built-in settee with large, fixed dining table
  • Dry storage beneath settee
  • Corian countertops and stainless-steel sink in galley area with over-the-counter cupboards
  • Microwave/oven
  • Induction cook top with (2) areas
  • Full-height cabinet with built-in TV
  • Miele W5741 Washing Machine & Miele T240 Dryer
  • 2 x Liebherr Upright Freezers
  • 1 x Liebherr Upright Fridge
  • Bilge under crew lounge is fully floored with storage shelving and secured, removable storage boxes, cupboards
  • Passage stairs to the wheelhouse

Navigation Equipment

  • DMP Control System with integrated panels at the helm station, port and starboard wing station, and flybridge
  • Navi Sailor 3000 Transas
  • Mac Sea *0
  • Maxi Ship monitoring system with 40 analog inputs and 64 digital inputs
  • (6) Pentium III computers model #RZ28 1, rack mounted for DMP system. (Three are main computers, three are backups all replaced in 2015)
  • (3) 15” TFT displays on main bridge
  • (2)12.1” TFT displays on flybridge
  • 12.1” TFT display in engine room
  • (2) Remote alarm panels (one in owner’s stateroom and one in crew mess)
  • Knot meter, log, and water temperature in ship’s monitoring system
  • Furuno model #FR2115B black box radar with 6-foot scanner (96 mile range)
  • Furuno model #FR2115B black box radar with 4-foot scanner (95 mile range)
  • Full ARPA on both radars
  • Transas charting system, Navi-sailor 3000 ECS-I
  • 2008 World chart folio
  • Current monthly professional care to keep charts up to date
  • Auto identification system on Furuno radar and integrated with Transas System Complete Worldwide
  • Transas Chart folio
  • Transas Charts video signals to TV system
  • Backup Transas Charting System on standalone Compaq laptop
  • Radar overlay on Transas charting
  • Nav Tech messages reception on Transas Charting screen
  • Anschutz Gyro model #GYROST AR 2 (serviced 9/08)
  • Fluxgate compass model #RZ347
  • Garmin Version 12 chart plotter
  • Eco 510 Sea Pilot
  • Naiad Koopnautic stabilizer fins model #MK302
  • Eco 120 echo sounder with two transducers
  • Nero Fleet-it
  • Sailor Inmarsat C Model #I622G DGPS
  • Sailor Irridium radio model #SC4000
  • ICOM model #802 single side band with Sail Mail Pactor modem
  • Inmarsat D, Purple finder
  • Simrad AIS  Inmarsut Epird MK4
  • Fleet 77
  • Ericsson Tri-Band GMS phone
  • Panasonic model #KXTD8I6 PBX
  • Iridium Phone System via pabx with 5 phones throughout ship
  • Tip Tell answering machine
  • RZ marinized computer (server) Pentium III, 800 megahertz, 128-ram, 8-megabytes, video ram, 20.4 GB hard drive, AGPS3 Savage 4 VGA Casr, (2) USB, (1) parallel, (2) 100 MBS LAN card, analog 56. K6 modem
  • Hewlett Packard model #K-80 printer/fax/copier/scanner
  • (3) New servers (2007)
  • (2) Wireless systems throughout yacht; (1) for internet/printing access anywhere onboard and (1) for wireless DMP and Transas access via laptop anywhere aboard
  • Intellian  T80W Satellite System
  • 2 x E-Perts
  • Sailor 500/250 Fleet broadband
  • Navigat MK2 digital gyrocompass
  • New television system, INTELLIAN T80W 2016

Entertainment Equipment

  • Sony PlayStation
  • DVR satellite access and local TV through either cable and/or air
  • Entertainment center with Sharp LCD TV, CD/cassette/FM stereo system
  • NEC Plasma TV on a lift,
  • Sony component system model #MHC-37A
  • Dual cassette,CD/DVD, and stereo
  • Samsung VHS model #SV-7000W Worldwide video
  • New Marantz Worldwide zoning DVD player
  • Philips DVD player
  • Sharp flat LCD screen TV
  • DVR and Satellite TV
  • AM/FM radio with CD player
  • 42’ Sony Plasma TV on lift, in cabinet at the foot of the bed

Tenders & Toys

  • Jet ski Sea-Doo RXP
  • Jet ski Sea-Doo RXT
  • Tender 16ft Nautica with 60hp Yamaha outboard motor (Garmin chart plotter)
  • Tender 25ft Nautica with drop down nose powered by 160hp Volvo diesel with stern drive (Garmin chart plotter)
  • 2x Sea Kayaks
  • The Nautica features:
  • Full cover
  • Separate helm cover
  • Aluminum framed Bimini top
  • Lowrance digital depth finder
  • Standard Horizon Eclipse VHF radio
  • Leaning bench
  • Running lights
  • Compass
  • Depth gauge
  • Full set of engine gauges
  • Speedometer
  • Bimini top
  • Ground tackle
  • (2) fuel tanks
  • Gel cell battery
  • GPS

Deck Equipment

  • Construction: Her hull is all electric welded steel construction. Her house is all marine grade aluminum, using all 5mm and 6mm plate. The hull to deck joint is a fully welded tri-clad strip with the steel side welded to the deck and the aluminum side welded to the house.
  • Fairly complete set of CAD on board in a CD format.
  • Teak in excellent condition - swim platform steps to the aft deck has had teak replaced
  • Port anchor is a stockless 150kg with 110 meters of chain
  • Starboard anchor is a stockless 180kg with 150 meters of chain
  • Anchor windlasses are mounted on a raised, guttered platform
  • 37” Circular watertight flush hatch into forepeak area
  • Stainless steel bell stand with bronze bell
  • (2) Muir hydraulic windlasses, vertical with capstans and gypsies, each with footswitch and wired remote (Also remote windlass controls on the wheelhouse and flybridge)
  • Anchors are 150 kilo stainless steel Poole N stockless, fitted with approximate 15mm open link chain, stopwaters are foam balls, chains are reported to be 80 fathoms on the port side and 44 fathoms on the starboard side
  • Flush Plexiglass hatch into the crew area
  • Aft port and starboard are welded seats in front of the weatherbreak, Glendinning shore power comes out through one of the seats
  • Centerline is a door through the weatherbreak to the Portuguese bridge
  • Weatherbreak is full welded box aluminum with a varnished teak cap
  • Hatches leading into general storage
  • Port and Starboard wing stations with start/stop switches, engine controls, steering, and bow thruster controls
  • Custom aluminum low profile extending crane with all hydraulic lift, jib, and Kevlar cable. (It booms up, down, hydraulically rotates, and hydraulically telescopes. The mainframe of the crane is approximately 11 feet long, reported to be rated a 5,000 lb. capacity at full extension.)
  • Hull was painted March 2019   Superstructure was 2017 with regular paint maintenance done

Safety & Security Equipment

  • Safety Gear and Equipment: All safety equipment is meticulously maintained with proper annual services and all standard monthly checks preformed
  • (5) Watertight compartments plus bow knuckle
  • 220V bilge pump with 5-bilge manifold, 4 kW, 50 cycle
  • 220V fire pump with (2) fire mains plus chain wash, 4kW,50 cycle (Note: Bilge and fire pumps cross connect)
  • (5) Automatic bilge pumps
  • (6) High water bilge alarms
  • (10) Survival suits
  • (44) Life jackets, including tenders
  • (4) Throw rings with man overboard lights
  • Line thrower
  • (18) Handheld fire extinguishers
  • (12) Approved smoke hoods
  • (2) Full BA firefighting set ups, additional (2) BA bottles
  • Automatic/manual fire suppression system for engine room (FM200)
  • Fire Blanket
  • Fire Axe
  • Remote fuel shutoffs
  • Remote fire dampeners for engine room ventilation
  • Offshore trauma first aid kit
  • Basic first aid kit
  • Defibrillator
  • Oxygen kit
  • Optical smoke alarms tied into alarm system
  • (3) Full sets of SOLAS flares
  • Full set of required running lights
  • (4) Security cameras; (3) on deck articulated, and (1) fixed in engine room
  • Smoke alarms and handheld fire extinguishers throughout accommodations, PFDs in closets for each bunk, all lower accommodations have pullout DC flashlights, master stateroom has an escape in the portside closet into the salon couch.
  • (2) 6-man Solas A life rafts
  • Spares
  • There is a huge inventory of spares and parts on board for all systems
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