The 2013 luxury yacht PIPE DREAM is a beautiful example of a classic Westport boasting unmistakable exterior styling, elegant interior finishes and endless guest entertainment areas. PIPE DREAM is an excellent yacht for an owner searching for a vessel with charter potential. The yacht was refit in 2020 and 2021, leaving her in primed condition with a new galley layout, new navigation electronics in the pilothouse and many more electronic and mechanical upgrades. She features Naiad fin stabilizers at rest ensuring guest comfort. PIPE DREAM's refined design style, both inside and out, combines comfortable furnishings with elements of luxury, creating a unique atmosphere that is both welcoming and timeless.
As guests enter PIPE DREAM's main salon through the electric stainless steel doors from the aft deck, they will notice the spaciousness, large surrounding windows and clean color palette. High gloss accents accompany the rich satin-finish mahogany interior. A sofa and two large barrel chairs are located to port with a games table with four chairs to starboard. The formal dining table is forward at the end of the salon with seating for 10 guests. Subtle touches of blue are seen throughout PIPE DREAM's interior, paying homage to the yacht's cruising grounds. The skylounge offers a similar layout to the main salon, with a large sectional sofa and a games table with four chairs. The walkup bar is convenient for fixing a late-night cocktail, and the large TV with an electric fireplace allows this space to be utilized for movie nights. A stunning backlit stone island is the focal point of the yacht's galley with commercial stainless-steel equipment.
PIPE DREAM's clever five-stateroom layout for 10 guests is versatile and further contributes to her excellent charter potential. The on-deck master features a king-size bed, vanity to port and a dedicated office area at the cabin's entrance. Four guest staterooms are on the lower deck, two with king-size beds and two with twins. Each stateroom showcases the same warm and welcoming styling as the rest of the yacht's interior. En-suite bathrooms accompany each stateroom for optimal privacy between guests. There are four crew cabins, three forward and one aft all with en-suite facilities.
PIPE DREAM'S exterior spaces are centered around alfresco enjoyment. The aft deck features a walk-behind bar with bar stools and a settee with cocktail tables. The dining table is centerline for 10 guests, and there are stairs to the swim platform for easy access. The boat deck, aft of the skylounge, features a walkup bar with an electric barbeque grill and a spacious area for tender storage. There are stairs for guests to access the lower aft deck and a staircase leading up to the flybridge. Up on the sundeck are chaise lounge chairs for sunbathing, a high-gloss teak dining table for 10 and a beautiful hot tub flanked by sunpads. The skylights in the hardtop add a unique touch allowing just the right amount of direct light to flow through. PIPE DREAM's foredeck is another area for sunbathing on chaise lounge chairs or enjoying a sunset glass of champagne at the curved settee with a table.
|Length (LOA)||130' (39.62m)|
|Draft||6' 5" (1.96m)|
|Beam||26' 2" (7.98m)|
|Location||Fort Lauderdale, United States|
|LWL||113' 10" (34.7m)|
|Max Draft||6' 5" (1.96m)|
|Fuel Tank||9,530 g (36,074 L)|
|Fresh Water||1,780 g (6,738 L)|
|Hull Config||Semi Displacement|
|Ext. Designer||Gregory C. Marshall Naval Architect.|
|Max Speed||24 Knots|
|Cruising Speed||18 Knots|
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Full-service bar, cushioned aft settee with convertible cocktail/dining teak table, four loose dining chairs, control box for Passarelle and A/V equipment and teak decking
Expansive and Elegant area: TV rises out of aft corner cabinet. Aft entry door is stainless steel framed, glass, counter pull, open/close sliding mechanism with pneumatic seal.
Forward of the Salon is the formal dining area. Servers have easy access from the galley via a dual hinged access door Pommele Sapele table with Mahogany accents accommodates ten guests; (10) Formal Dining Chairs Buffets to port, starboard, and aft provide storage for sixteen, 5piece place settings of china, formal flatware, and stemware and A/V units.
System includes interfaces from: ARPA, GPS, AIS, Depth, Speed, Wind, GYRO, and second DGPS. Output to Autopilot is provided. Chart coverage from Seattle, Washington to Ft. Lauderdale, Florida is included.
Ship to Ship / Shore
FB150 for Voice, and Internet Access. Voice connected to Phone System and (2) VOIP lines connected to phone system.
The stateroom feature a king sized berth with fabric or leather wrapped rails and upholstered headboard, built-in dressers, and an entertainment system and A/V equipment complimented by Crestron control, office area with desk, makeup desk and private his and her dressing rooms with ample storage, dresser and hanging space.
Port and Starboard VIP staterooms include Built-in dressers, nightstands, wardrobes, king sized berths, leather or fabric wrapped rails and upholstered headboards, and drawers in the base. Wall treatments and carpeting. Built in A/V equipment complemented by Crestron control
Port VIP Stateroom: King sized berth with innerspring mattress with drawer base, wardrobe, dresser/entertainment center and (2) nightstands
Starboard VIP Stateroom: King sized berth with innerspring mattress with drawer base, wardrobe, dresser/entertainment center and (2) nightstands
Audio / Video Locker
Locker is located to starboard in the foyer between VIP and Guest Staterooms and contains equipment racks for the yacht's A/V System. Locker is cooled by a dedicated air handler.
The Guest Staterooms feature built-in dressers, nightstands, wardrobes. Twin berths in port stateroom with leather or fabric wrapped rails, upholstered headboards; there are twin berths in starboard stateroom. Sound insulation in the forward bulkheads and stair enclosure; wall treatments and carpeting; the built in A/V equipment is controlled by Crestron.
Port / Guest Stateroom:
Starboard / Guest Stateroom:
Captain and Crew Quarters
The captain's cabin with private head can accommodate two.
Crew quarters with two heads, accommodate 4 in two cabins. The Crew response to the galley is immediate, via the direct galley/crew's quarters stairway.
Crew’s Quarters: Port and Starboard
Entertaining area located aft of the Pilothouse, sliding glass doors to the Boat Deck.
Hatch: Chain locker access and fender storage
Settee: with fixed gloss finish teak pedestal table
Fore deck seat: with storage underneath for windlass control pendants and chain washdown controls
Mast: FRP with Alexseal Westport silver paint
Air Horn: Kahlenberg Model F3
Hot Tub: Custom with multizone jets
Hardtop: Integrated with mast
Hand Rails: Stainless steel continuous handrail with ¼ laminated glass, clear or smoked panels between stanchions (fore and aft only)
Courtesy flag halyards: Port and starboard on mast
Engine Room access is through the watertight door on the center line from the Utility Room. (2) 24k air conditioning units maintain a comfortable environment.
Equipment Room access is from the Utility Room. Contents of the room are MSD, (2) diaphragm pumps, (2) watermakers, (1) HVAC chiller, HVAC unit, control boxes for MSD, control boxes and VFDs for HVAC Control Room access from the Utility Room and contain the AC Distribution Panel and Battery Chargers
Utility Room access is from the Bustle watertight door and/or from Aft Deck and contains the FM200 Bottle, Moduline toolbox and tool set, Fire Hydrant Station, Utility bench with sink, air compressor (below utility bench), Refrigerator/Freezer, dive compressor, dive bottles, HVAC unit, and hot water heater
Boat lifting bridle: Custom fit web, 4point design with stainless steel hardware
DIESEL FUEL SYSTEM
Total capacity: Approx. 9,965 gallons (US) in 5 tanks. Fill locations are on the port and starboard aft Main Deckhouse sides. Fill/transfer system includes a centrifuge, pumps, meter, and distribution manifold. Diesel engines draw from the day tank.
Engines and Generators are fueled via priming pumps and filters. Fuel is transferred to and from the day tank via fuel transfer pumps. Fuel is also transferred by virtue of the work of the centrifuge. Tank levels are monitored by an electronic sensor, with high/low-level alarms, and displayed on a vessel monitoring system display. Fuel tanks ventilate thru a ‖vent tank, which is monitored for overflow from tank are welded aluminum. Inspection ports are manufactured by Freeman Marine or equal.
Fuel Tanks (Diesel):
FRESH WATER SYSTEM
Single, divided/ baffled, fresh water tank, two AC supply pumps, suction supply, service, and distribution manifolds, two reverse osmosis water makers, and associated valves, filters, expansion tanks, regulators, and gauges Freshwater washdowns are located on all external decks.
LUBE OIL SYSTEM
Spare oil for the Main and generator engines can be carried onboard. Tanks for fresh and spent oil are mounted in the Engine Room. The new oil tank is replenished through an oil fill on top of the tank. The refuse oil is offloaded with quick-connect
hose at the stern. Two air-powered diaphragm pumps are used to transfer to/from locations via hose reels.
Black Water (toilets) is routed to the Black Water tank prior to emptying via shoreside pump out. When permitted, black water can be treated by the onboard Marine Sanitation Device (MSD) for overboard evacuation or the tank contents can be delivered directly overboard. The dockside pump-out connection is located on the swim platform. Gray Water (sinks, showers, etc.) is sent directly overboard or when required, routed to the black water tank. Tanks are vented at the boot stripe, carry level alarms, and are monitored on the Vessel Monitoring System
COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEM
A 5hp Kaeser air compressor powers the ship‘s whistle, gasoline and oil transfer pumps, the fuel valves, (as an element of the fire safety system) and the pneumatic tools
The five watertight bilge compartments carry alarms for the presence of water and are monitored electronically. In the Engine Room and Utility Room are 66 GPM, AC bilge pumps. The water pumping Diesel engine mounted in the utility room bilge, (part of the firefighting system) can also be engaged for extreme bilge pumping capability
DECK DRAIN SYSTEM
All exterior decks are fitted with freeing ports and/or drains with a plumbed piping system. Deck drains are molded portions of the deck and fitted with polished stainless steel grates. All drain piping is of ABS-approved materials, PVC – DWV and are led to laminated thru hulls located at the boot stripe with check valves and ball valves
FIRE HYDRANT SYSTEM
Four fire stations, and two pumps. Each station contains a hose, angle valve and high/low volume nozzle. The primary electric fire pump can be started from any fire station or locally
FIRE SPRINKLER SYSTEM
The interior of the ship is protected by sprinklers that draw from the ship's freshwater supply. In the event, the water supply is depleted, and without interruption, the system would revert to seawater use. The Engine Room is protected by a gas smothering FM200 system
Sprinkler System: The system is pre-charged and automatic. The piping is copper/nickel tube with Seapress (Viega) or equal, crimp fittings. Water delivery is by two pumps; operating individually or in tandem, depending on demand. A small pressure tank maintains the standby pressure in the system. Control panels are located in the Engine Room and a mimic display in the Pilothouse
ENGINE ROOM FIRE SYSTEM
Operated manually, the FM 200 Fire protection system provides Engine Room fire protection. Activation (with a 34-second delay and alarm) includes the discharge of gas (fluoro propane) and the automatic shutdown of fuel pumps, intake fans, and exhaust dampers. The Engine Room and ventilation ducts are insulated against thermal conductivity; meeting the A30 rating and also providing effective sound damping Insulation: The bulkheads and duct work leading to the Engine Room are lined with a thermal barrier of insulation
GALLEY HOOD FIRE SYSTEM
Description: Independent, fixed system is located in the main Galley in the hood above the stove
Noise and vibration reduction concept developed by Westport Shipyard and J&A Enterprises Engine Room: Noise isolation and vibration reduction techniques are used in the mounting of machinery, plumbing, and wiring. Sound barriers and absorptive insulation (Soundown ®) further reduces noise Staterooms and Interior: Noise transmission in the accommodation area is inhibited via ‘sound tight’ construction techniques, acoustic fill in double wall bulkheads, floating joinery connections in critical areas, and isolation mounting of equipment and plumbing
HVAC SYSTEMS AIR CONDITIONING
The interior temperature of the vessel is maintained by a 30-ton capacity seawater-cooled HVAC system. Air handlers of various BTU ratings are mounted behind cabinets and bulkheads throughout the vessel and are fitted with electric heating
elements for autonomous heating for all accommodation, crew, and guest spaces.
The HVAC system also provides fresh air makeup to create a ventilated atmosphere with strategically placed heating units
CENTRAL HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
Powered by pumps on port and starboard generators either or both generators power the system. The central hydraulic system operates the thrusters, capstans, anchor winches, and crane/davit. Pressure gauges for each valve manifold
Digital hydraulic power steering via engine-driven hydraulic pumps on each main engine and manual helm pump located in machinery space. The main steering station in the Pilothouse includes full follow-up helm wheel and non-follow-up 'jog' lever. The wing stations are provided with non-follow-up levers.
Rudders: Welded stainless steel construction
Seals: Dripless type PYI, PSS type
Stabilization while underway is provided by a pair of fins located approximately amidships and powered hydraulically by a main engine-driven hydraulic pump. Control is by modern digital ‘fly-by-wire’ system located in the Pilothouse
At rest Stabilization: Zero speed stabilization is accomplished by the stabilizer fins; which are powered by the central hydraulic system via a generator, in this mode
Fins: Model Naiad 525 Stabilizer system with 22 square foot fins, one station DATUM control, with oil level warning, unloading valve kits and dual pumps on the mains with gauges
MOORING & ANCHORING
Anchoring /docking is accomplished with bitts, hawse eyes, capstans and winches. The fore deck has two hawse eyes per side, two bitts per side and a pair of mooring winches incorporated with the anchor windlasses. The side decks and Aft Deck have two hawse eyes per side with two bitts on each side. The two Aft Deck mooring capstans and bitts at the Swim Step with the proper use of the anchors are an asset in med-style mooring
MAIN ENGINES/DRIVE LINE
(2) x MTU/DDC 12v4000 engines; 2735 HP each.
They are connected to propellers via 5‖ Aquamet 22 HS Stainless shafts and remote down angle gearbox. Primary exhaust is underwater at chine while a silenced bypass exits at transom corners. Seawater cooling water is supplied via dual 5‖ lugged type butterfly valves, bronze Ystrainers and molded fiberglass scoops with Stainless steel grates.
(2) Generators provide 120208volt/ 3phase/60 cycle Htz. AC power. Generators are started in the crew quarters with remote start in Pilothouse. Both generators carry hydraulic pumps for full redundancy. Seamless Power Transfer feature: Technology that synchronizes power output when switching among Generators and Shore power
On board power conditioners accept a variety of voltages: 50/60 hertz, single phase, three phase, high/low voltage and make it available for ship's use
ELECTRICAL - AC DISTRIBUTION
AC service from shore power and generators is routed to a breakered main electrical panel in the control room, then to sub-panels located throughout the vessel. 50Hz outlets located throughout the vessel are powered by a 10KVA converter
ELECTRICAL - DC DISTRIBUTION
24VDC power from fourteen Absorbed Gas Mat (AGM) batteries is distributed from the main switchboard in the control room to sub-panels. Emergency lighting consists of dedicated lights in staterooms, common areas, and stairwells- interior/exterior
VESSEL ALARMS & MONITORING
Based on a 24-volt redundant, architecture. Composed of ABS-classed hardware, and includes a dedicated network of HMI (Human-Machine Interface) touch-screens for access. The system can be internationalized‖ with multi-language, multi-character ability, and system-wide propagation. International settings are tied to user login, providing instant system switching between language environments.
Engine and generator hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker is told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser and/or his agent to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.
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.
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