Cantieri Di Pisa Akhir 118
Underconstruction we have the Cantieri Di Pisa Akhir 118
The Pictures are of the Sister Ship MY Nena
AKHIR 118 691
000 GENERAL 6
001 Description 6
002 Modifications 7
003 Main characteristics 7
004 Classification and certificates 8
005 Drawings 8
006 Instruction books 9
007 Sea trials and quay tests 9
100 CONSTRUCTION 10
101 Hull construction 10
102 Decks and superstructure 10
103 Structural bulkheads 10
104 Double bottom tanks 10
105 Engine foundations 10
106 Garage door 10
107 Forepeak 10
108 Hull rubstrakes 11
109 Mast 11
200 OUTFITTING 12
201 Teak decks 12
202 Outside handrails 12
203 Windlasses 12
204 Anchor and chains 12
205 Capstans 12
206 Mooring bollards and fairleads 12
207 Mooring lines 13
208 Portlights 13
209 Bulwark doors 13
210 Exterior doors. 13
211 Windshield on fly bridge 13
212 Tender crane 13
213 Stern gangway 14
214 Ship’s names 14
215 Windows 14
216 Windows wipers and defrosting 14
217 Horn 14
218 Search light 14
219 Flagpoles 14
220 Covers 14
221 Fenders 15
222 Fender holders 15
223 Fire extinguishers 15
224 Rescue and safety equipment 15
300 INSULATION 16
301 General 16
302 Engine Room 16
303 Accommodations 16
304 Interior partitions 16
305 Ceilings 16
306 Floors 17
400 PIPING SYSTEMS AND MACHINERY 17
401 Fuel system 17
402 Lubricating oil system 18
403 Fresh water system 18
Cold water system 18
Hot water system 18
404 Water makers 18
405 Grey and black water system 19
406 Bilge and fire system 19
500 AIR CONDITIONING 21
501 Air conditioning system – design criteria 21
502 Air conditioning system - description 21
600 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM AND ELECTRONICS 23
601 General description 23
602 Supply of AC power 24
603 Generator sets 24
604 Electric motors and wiring 24
605 Main switchboard 25
606 Lighting 25
607 Navigation lights 25
608 Batteries 26
609 Battery chargers 26
610 Navigation, communication and control systems 26
Radar System 26
Echosounder System 26
GPS System 26
Chart Plotter System 26
Wind/Log/Depth System 26
Autopilot System 27
Gyrocompass System 27
VHF System 27
Communication Package 27
PABX System 27
GSM System 27
611 CCTV system 27
612 Television and entertainment system 28
613 Grounding system and cathode protection 28
700 PROPULSION AND MANOUVRING 29
701 Main engines 29
702 Reduction gear box 29
703 Shaft lines 29
704 Propellers 30
705 Steering system 30
706 Rudders 30
707 Trim control system 30
708 Bow thruster 30
709 Stabilizers 30
800 JOINERY 31
801 General 31
802 Floor covering 31
803 Skirting board 31
804 Wall finish 32
805 Fixed furniture 32
806 Loose furniture 32
807 Interior doors 32
808 Ceilings 32
809 Lighting fixtures 33
810 Curtains and blinds 33
811 Sanitary ware and taps 33
812 Hardware 33
813 Mattresses, pillows, bed covers 34
814 Domestic appliances 34
815 Miscellaneous 34
900 PAINTING 35
901 Hull and superstructure 35
902 Engine room and bilges 35
903 Structural fuel tanks 35
1000 CRITICAL DATES, EXCLUSIONS, OPTIONALS 36
1001 Critical dates 36
1002 Exclusions 36
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The AKHIR 118 has two decks with raised pilothouse plus sun deck with “V” bottom hull
and superstructure built in Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP). The vessel is a motor yacht
with planning hull, twin screw propellers and twin diesel engines.
This yacht is designed and built in accordance with American Bureau of Shipping rules.
Builder: Cantieri di Pisa
Exterior design: C. Galeazzi
Interior design: Cantieri di Pisa
Naval Architecture: Cantieri di Pisa
The design and construction of this yacht will be done strictly in accordance with the
following specification and the contractual drawings. In case of discrepancy between the
contractual drawings and the present specification the intent of this specification shall
prevail. All the materials used and works carried out shall be in conformity with the
Builder’s shipbuilding standards for this class of yachts. The Builder may change the
equipment herewith specified with equivalent type subject to approval with the Owner’s
During construction the Owner may request any practicable modification and the Builder
will consent to such modification provided that any consequence to the cost of the vessel
and/or the delivery date will be agreed by a change order form duly signed between the
The boat performance will be guaranteed within the respect of the weight of the project
described in the following technical specification. Any additional weight will be separately
registered in the "extra weight modification list" that will modify the performance as
Additional weight less than 3.5 tons: no performance modification
3.5-7 tons: -1.5 kn
7-12 tons: -2.5 kn
12-15 tons: -3.5 kn
15-19 tons: -5 kn
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003 Main characteristics
Length overall 36,13 m
Max beam 7,51 m
Light displacement 118 tons (no fuel-water-lube oil)
Half load displacement 128 tons (Half fuel-water-lube oil)
Full load displacement 140 tons
Max draught (under prop.) 2,47 m
Fuel oil tanks capacity 20.000 litres (25400 total with additional tanks)
Water tanks capacity 3,600 litres
Black/grey water capacity 1350 litres
Light displacement is weight of the vessel in metric tonnes with water, fuel and lubrication
oil tanks filled to 10% of maximum capacity and 2 crew.
Half Load displacement is weight of the vessel in metric tonnes with water, fuel and
lubrication oil tanks filled to 50% of maximum capacity, half crew, with consumables and
Full load displacement is weight of the vessel in tonnes with water, fuel and lubrication oil
tanks filled to 100% of maximum capacity, full crew, with consumables and fully equipped.
Note: For above definitions the values for maximum capacity for fuel oil are to be
considered 20000 litres, 5400 litres is for dynamic balancing purpose or as extra range
Propulsion system: 2 diesel engines MTU 16V 2000 M93 Smart Line rating
1790 kW (2400 hp) with 2 reduction gear boxes ZF 4600,
and 2 five blades fixed pitch propellers.
Max speed at 1/3 load 26-27 knots
25-26 with stabilizers Not operating
Continuous speed at 1/3 load 24 knots
23 with stabilizers Not operating
Range 660 n.m. at 20 knots
Range (extra load) 840 n.m. at 20 knots
Range (extra load) 2120 n.m. at 12 knots
Accommodation for guests 8/10 people
Accommodation for crew 5/6 people
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004 Classification and certificates
The vessel including its machinery, equipment and systems will be built in accordance with
the following rules and regulations in force at the contract date:
• American Bureau of Shipping, Class notation Maltese Cross A1, Yachting service,
• Convention on the International Regulation for the Prevention of Collision at Sea
• Country of Registry Regulations (if notified before signing the contract, as option)
The Builder will prepare all drawings and calculations required by the Classification
One copy of the following drawings for operational purpose will be supplied to the Owner’s
representative at the delivery of the yacht:
• General Arrangement Plan
• Capacity plan
• Arrangement of tanks, manholes
• Bilge and fire fighting system
• Sea water cooling system
• Air vent and sounding pipes
• Fuel oil system
• Hot and cold fresh water system
• Lube oil system
• Black and grey water system
• Electrical wiring diagrams:
- Electrical load balance
- Electrical one line diagram
- Distribution system
• General layout of switchboards and electric distribution panels
• Docking plan
• Air conditioning system
• Steering hydraulic piping diagram
• Basic amidships cross section details
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006 Instruction books
A copy of the manuals and instruction books for engine room machinery, deck equipment,
air conditioning system, electronics instruments, galley equipment, entertainment
equipment and communication systems will be supplied at delivery of the vessel.
A Technical Manual for the vessel operation will be supplied as well. All instructions books
will be in English.
007 Sea trials and quay tests
Before delivery the Builder will carry out trials and tests to verify all the systems, the
operational fitness of the vessel and the performances stated above.
All official trials and tests will be executed with the attendance of the Owner’s
representative and the Classification Society surveyor where necessary.
All costs in connection with the trials will be at the Builder’s account. At delivery of the
vessel, the fuel oil remaining in tanks will be charged to the Owner, at current price.
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101 Hull construction
The hull is built in Glass Reinforced Plastic (GRP). The mechanical and chemical
properties of the laminates will be verified in accordance to Classification Society’s
procedures. The hull is monohedron type and she is provided with an efficient system of
longitudinal framing on the bottom and on the sides in conjunction with girders, bulkheads
and web frames to provide transverse rigidity. Special consideration will be paid to local
reinforcements such as fore sections, machinery foundations, shaft brackets and internal
casings in accommodation areas, bow thrusters tunnel, rudders, etc..
Vinylester resin is used for the first coats of the laid up lamination coats on the entire hull
102 Decks and superstructure
Decks, side of hull and superstructure are built with a cored sandwich structure, by means
of closed cell foam. Structure will be basically transversal.
103 Structural bulkheads
The hull is divided in 4 watertight compartments by mean of 5 watertight bulkheads. The
structural bulkheads will be built in GRP according to the Classification’s rules. The
compartmenting bulkheads will be made of composite materials.
104 Double bottom tanks
Structural tanks are provided for fuel oil, fresh water, grey and black water according to
105 Engine foundations
The engine foundation will be made by high-density cored longitudinal girders over which
an aluminium foundation will be inserted. These girders will continue fore and aft of the
engines foundations, thus becoming an integral part of the bottom girder structure.
106 Garage door
The vessel will be equipped with a transom door hinged at the bottom and hydraulically
operated, thus creating, when open, a bathing platform
A chain locker of suitable volume to contain the anchor chains as required by the
Classification Society will be provided forward of the watertight collision bulkhead. Hawse
pipes will be in stainless steel AISI 316L with half round ends in anchor pockets and at
deck level. Anchor chain washer will be provided.
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108 Hull rubstrakes
GRP rubstrakes will be provided as indicated on the exterior profile and they will be
protected with a stainless steel bar.
A GRP roll bar shaped mast will be installed as shown on the exterior profile. This
structure will be strong enough to support the antennas and radomes required by the
navigation and communication equipment described hereunder and will support a mast for
anchor and NUC lights and other antennas.
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201 Teak decks
Interior of transom door, main deck and fly bridge will be planked with Asian teak, of
12 mm finished thickness, traditionally laid with king planks and margin boards.
Teak planks will be glued on the decks. Seams will be 5mm wide and filled with black
202 Outside handrails
Bulwark with 6 cm plank teak caprail. On fly bridge bulwark will be in GRP. Dimension and
design as per Builder’s standard.
Two stainless steel hydraulic windlasses Hydrosystem DZC 2200Hkr 22500 N (8.6 kw, 11
hp) lifting power, double speed, including a gypsy for 16mm anchor chain, vertical shaft
operating through a wandering lead.
204 Anchor and chains
Two galvanized steel HHP Posidonia 145Kg. 137.5 m of 16mm galvanized stud-link chain
will be supplied for each anchor.
Two stainless steel hydraulic capstans Hydrosystem DHC1500H 15000 N lifting power (5
kw, 7 hp) double speed. A control panel fitted on the bulwark next to the capstans, and a
rubber coated switch located on the deck will be supplied.
For capstan and windlasses a 7.5 kw 3phase emergency electric power pack will be
installed; in case of stabilizer installation the dedicated power pack will be used. With both
engines running the system permits the full functionality of bow thruster and one capstan
and windlass at full speed of 25 m/min or 2 capstans and windlasses at full speed or bow
and stern (option) thruster at full thrust. With the engines turn off the power pack permits
the functionality of one windlass or capstan at full speed.
206 Mooring bollards and fairleads
6 mooring bollards total: 2 aft, 2 at bow, and 2 amidships. 8 fairleads: 2 aft, 4 at the bow, 2
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207 Mooring lines
200 metres of polyester and polyamide mooring line, 24mm diameter
180 metres of polyester and polyamide towing line, 26mm diameter
208 Port lights
Opening type stainless steel port lights and fixed ones, according to exterior profile, in AISI
316, with tempered glasses and removable deadlights.
209 Bulwark doors
Two doors will be fitted in the bulwark on main deck and two on main deck aft to have
access to the gangway and stern platform. The bulwark doors will have stainless steel
hinges, closing dogs and means of securing in open position.
210 Exterior doors.
The following exterior doors will be supplied and installed:
One automatic double sliding door in tempered glass and s/s frame from aft deck to saloon
One door from aft deck to garage and engine room
One manual peraluman door as emergency exit from engine room
Two side manual doors in peraluman
One galley door in peraluman
One electric or pneumatic opening hatch from wheelhouse to f. bridge
The position is shown on the General Arrangement.
Dimension and design as per Builder’s standard. All doors will be secured in open position.
Doors are built by Nautilus or equivalent, approved by the Classification Society compliant.
211 Windshield on fly bridge
A windshield made of a stainless steel frame with tempered glass screen will be installed
on the forward part of fly bridge.
212 Tender crane
One hydraulic tender crane (or travel lift) will be installed in the garage; Maker: Pincraft or
equivalent. The 800 kg SWL is clearly marked on the crane body itself as well as on the
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213 Stern gangway
One telescopic hydraulic gangway, approx. length 5 mt, with remote control, will be
installed on the main deck aft. Maker: Pincraft or equivalent. A door bell is fitted aft of the
entry on the gangway and it is connected to the telephones on board.
The camera will be fitted on the aft cockpit.
214 Ship’s names
Name of the yacht will be fitted on transom as per Builder’s standard. Port of registry will
be fitted on transom as well.
Size and position of the windows will be as per General Arrangement and Profile.
Glass thickness will be as required by the Classification Society ABS.
All windows will be fixed and not opening.
216 Windows wipers and defrosting
Three windows wipers will be fitted on the front wheelhouse windows. Freshwater washing
will be provided for each wiper.
A pneumatic horn made by Marco or equivalent will be installed
218 Search light
Two remote controlled search lights Sunshin HR 1012 or equivalent.
A flagpole on transom and a jack staff on bow will be fitted. They will be in painted
aluminium or polished stainless steel or varnished mahogany as per Builder’s standard.
Covers in Dacron will be supplied for: windlasses, search light, horn, fly bridge console,
wheelhouse windows, outdoor furniture, sun bathing pads.
Tender and water toys covers will be supplied by the Owner.
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The following fenders will be supplied: 10 cylindrical fenders Polyform F6, 4 balloon
fenders Polyform A5
222 Fender holders
14 fender holders in stainless steel upholstered in leather with cleat will be supplied.
223 Fire extinguishers
Portable fire extinguishers and fire hoses with nozzles will be provided as required by the
Classification Society ABS.
224 Rescue and safety equipment
Full set of rescue and safety equipment will be supplied as required by classification
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The following design features will be adopted to control noise and vibration levels:
• Installation of the main mechanical equipment on resilient mounts
• Main engines and reduction gears are elastically mounted on extra rigid foundations
• All main pipes will be secured using rubber lined brackets
• The generators will be elastically mounted and enclosed in sound shields made by
the generators supplier.
• floor of the guest cabins will be supported on elastic frames (floating floors) and
covered on the lower part with noise insulation materials
• bilge in bow thruster, engine room and rudder area will be covered with special
• Insulation materials will be used wherever is necessary to reduce airborne noise,
such as engine room bulkheads and ceiling.
302 Engine Room
The insulation of the engine room will be carried out very carefully so that all surfaces will
be covered with special damping materials. Ceiling, sides and bulkheads in engine room
will be insulated with sound-proofing and heat insulating materials. Exhaust pipes will be
insulated with ceramic composite material and then lined with stainless steel sheets.
The engine room insulation is made with materials in accordance with the Classification
All hull sides are coated with noise reduction paint and lined with insulation in accordance
with the Classification Society.
304 Interior partitions
Interior partitions are made of plywood panels and sandwich foam fiberglass panels.
upper sides of ceilings are coated with noise reduction paint and covered with noise
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All floors in lower deck are floating laid on rubber level, made of sandwich foam fiberglass
or light plywood, an under layer will be fitted under the carpet.
400 PIPING SYSTEMS AND MACHINERY
401 Fuel system
The vessel has 6 fuel tanks with a total capacity of 25,400 liters:
• 2 Structural tanks in fibreglass, located in the double bottom underneath the guest
cabins: total capacity 8900 + 6800 liters.
• 2 tanks in fibreglass, located on port and starboard sides aft of the garage tender:
total capacity 2500 + 2500 liters.
• 2 day tank in fibreglass, located on port and starboard sides aft of the forward
engine room bulkhead: total capacity 2350 + 2350 liters.
All tanks will have inspection manholes and vent pipes.
Remote level gauges will be provided.
The fuel inlets, made of loading tanks in PE UNI 3575 Peraluman of 65 litres of capacity,
are located amidships on port and starboard side, recessed in the superstructure. From
these tanks fuel goes to the main structural tank by gravity and it is transferred to the daily
tank by two electric pumps, or, in emergency, by a manual pump. The two electric fuel
pumps, located in the engine room, are powered respectively with 380V AC triple phase
50 Hz and 24V DC. Main engines and generators will draw their fuel from the daily tank
and the return of the excess fuel will go to the daily tank as well.
A two Separ fuel filters system for each main engine and a single Racor filter for each
generator will be installed.
Emergency cut-off quick closing valves with remote control outside of the engine room will
be provided on daily tank for diesel engines supply lines.
All the transfers of the fuel through the tanks will be remote controlled from the
wheelhouse, an emergency manual system will be provided in the engine room.
Automatic boat trimming through fuel transfer (option)
The boat will have an automatic trimming system through transfer of fuel from the various
tanks. The system will permit to maintain a certain trim within a certain value automatically:
there will be 2 ways of functioning: completely automatic (the trim is reached by a trim
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sensor that open and close valves and start and stop pumps) or semiautomatic through
the action of the crew on a command panel
402 Lubricating oil system
The vessel is outfitted with two PE UNI 3575 Peraluman lube oil tanks, located in the
engine room, with the following capacity:
• Clean lube oil tank: approx. 250 litres
• Dirty lube oil tank: approx. 120 litres
High level alarm for dirty oil tank and low level alarm for clean oil tank will be fitted.
A 220V AC three phases 50Hz driven pump will be installed in engine room to allow the
• sucking of dirty oil from main engines and generators and filling of the dirty oil tank
• filling of main engines and generators with clean oil from clean oil tank
• pumping of the dirty oil from dirty oil tank to shore connection.
403 Fresh water system
Cold water system
The vessel is outfitted with one structural fresh water tank in fibreglass having a total
capacity of approx. 3700 litres. A remote level gauge will be fitted in the galley. The vessel
is also equipped with a shore fresh water connection with a pressure-reducing valve.
The fresh water system will include two fresh water pressure pumps 220V AC 50Hz three
phases. Fresh water pumps will be rubber mounted. All fresh water main line pipes will be
in stainless steel, from main line to showers, sinks ecc will be in Alupex, gf or similar
The system is equipped as option with a UV filter germ killing on the delivery of the fresh
Hot water system
The hot water supply system shall include two 380V AC 120 litres water heaters with
pressure relief valves and one 220V AC 50Hz single phase circulating pump. All hot water
system piping will be as cold water and adequately insulated.
404 Water makers
The vessel shall be equipped with one reverse osmosis water maker Idromar MC3J or
equivalent with all necessary gauges, filters, high- and low-pressure pumps.
the unit has a production capacity of approx. 180lt/h.
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405 Grey and black water system
The black and grey water system consists in a jet vacuum type system made of a series of
small transfer tanks which collect the water discharge from showers, sinks, bidet and
toilets and transfer automatically to the tank by means of two Jets MB-15 220V three
phases pumps. Black and grey water is treated and cleaned before being discharged
outboard through a Hamann mini Norway Frame big-type system suitable for USCG
A fat trap is installed near the galley for the galley sink discharge. The galley sink may
discharge in the tank or directly overboard through a 3-way valve.
A connection with international flange with relative piping from the structural tank is
provided for shore discharge.
The transfer tanks have a capacity of 18 litres with electrical state level and a solenoid
valve. Operating power is to be of 24V.
Manifolds and relative discharge will be of high-density polyethylene; manifolds’ diameter
will be DN 50 whereas discharge will be DN40 or DN 32.
The structural tank will be equipped with a polyethylene DN 65 air vent and will have a 2’’
Matrix type smell fighting filter. Toilets will be Jets 59 type, bidet “Ideal Standard”.
406 Bilge and fire system
In each bilge compartment there is a level sensor with monitoring on the “Bilge Alarms”
panel located in wheelhouse. Each watertight compartment will have separate bilge
suction through a manifold with two electric bilge pumps 220V AC three phases 50Hz (one
as backup for the other).
The two pumps are also used for the seawater firefighting system and for the anchor chain
Firefighting pipes will be made in cupro-nickel. Fire hoses and nozzles will be fitted as per
Classification Society rules.
The vessel is also equipped with a manual CO2 fire extinguishing system (or equivalent
FM200 system) approved by classification society for the engine room. Portable fire
extinguishers according to Classification Society ABS.
The CO2 fire extinguishing system is composed by a suitable number of CO2 bottles
connected to a distribution circuit with nozzles above and underneath both main engines
and both generators.
The CO2 bottles are located outside the engine room and they will be equipped with the
• discharge delaying device set up to 30 seconds to allow personnel evacuation;
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• automatic locking of air inlets into the engine room;
• visual and audible alarms.
The vessel shall be equipped as option also with a diesel emergency fire pump located
outside the engine room on the main deck and with sufficient fuel for four hours of
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500 AIR CONDITIONING
501 Air conditioning system – design criteria
The system of approximately 360.000 BTU is based on the following criteria:
External temperature: 35° C, 75% rel. hum.
Internal temperature: 21° C, 55% rel. hum.
Sea water temperature (max): 32° C.
External temperature: 0° C.
Internal temperature: 20° C, 30% rel. hum.
502 Air conditioning system - description
The vessel shall be equipped with a Condaria (or equivalent) conditioning/heating system
or equivalent. The system shall consist of a reverse cycle marine chillier, having multiple
(2) condensing units, each unit is independent and may be disconnected for maintenance,
they supply independent fan coils throughout the vessel. Each fan coil can be isolated for
maintenance without inhibiting operation of the remainder of the system.
A mechanical ventilation providing changes of internal air with external one will be
Generally speaking the system will feature:
• Sea water piping in cupronickel 90/10
• Circulation water piping in copper and fully insulated with 13mm anti condensation
rubber to completely avoid any condensation
• Each fan coil shall be installed on a drip pan that drains directly overboard just
above the water line or into the grey water tank
• System’s pumps shall be driven by 220 AC three phases 50Hz electric motors
• The marine chillier unit shall consist of 2 compressors 2x15 hp, with one selfpriming
sea water cooling pump and one circulating pump. The system will be
modular and will permit the functioning while the failure of a compressor
• Approx. thirty 220V AC single phase 50Hz fan coils with 3-way valve, individual
thermostat and speed control will be fitted throughout the accommodation spaces
according to the final layout. One dedicated fan coil will be provided in control room
and one in the technical storage under the wheelhouse to lower the temperature
due to the electronic equipments.
• One dedicated fan coil will be provided for the front wheelhouse windows defrosting
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• One 36 kw boiler will be supplied for the winter functionality
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600 ELECTRICAL SYSTEM AND ELECTRONICS
601 General description
Electrical equipment, wiring, fixtures, boards, switches, etc. will be designed, located,
installed and tested according to the rules established by the Classification Society.
Electrical equipment will be selected and located to ensure adequate protection against
damage from water, oil, humidity, vibration and will be arranged in such a way to facilitate
access for maintenance.
Monitoring system will be supplied with 15” touch screen monitor with the following
AC power supply control
DC power supply control
Fuel tanks levels / alarms, pumps control
Fresh water levels /alarms, pumps control
Black grey water levels / alarms, pumps control
Engine room blowers’ control
Hatches, doors, portholes alarms
Fire / smoke sensors alarms
Generators power supply visualization
Horn, wiper, intercom
Fuel balancing system (option)
Tvcc selection command
Tvcc pan tilt zoom control
Trim tabs position visualization
Instruments lights dimmering
Air conditioning status visualization
On the flybridge dedicated sub panels will be provided with the following functions
Rudder position and command
Bow thruster command
Engine rpm display
Trim tabs control
Search light command
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The electrical distribution will be as follows:
Main power system and lighting 400V AC 50Hz, 3 phases, 3 wires insulated
Emergency lighting system 24V DC battery system, 2 wires insulated
Alarms and communication system 24V DC battery system, 2 wires insulated
602 Supply of AC power
The AC power will be supplied by two diesel driven generator sets Onan, or equivalent 55
KW each at 50Hz or through a shore power connection 380V, 3 phases, 50Hz, 80 Amp
603 Generator sets
The vessel shall be outfitted with two generators including water separator: automatic
system of parallel will be supplied: seamless transfer from ship to shore line will be
supplied as optional;
Maker: Kholer 55 KW at 50Hz
Number of phases: 3
Rating: Full load continuous
Starting system: 24V DC or 12V DC
604 Electric motors and wiring
All electrical motors, when possible, shall be 380V AC 3 phases 50Hz. Other motors, as
necessary, will be 220V AC single phase 50Hz.
All motors will be installed on resilient mounts and with enough ventilation. All wires shall
be labelled at all termination panels and equipment’s. Wiring through watertight bulkheads
shall have efficient means of ensuring watertight integrity. AC distribution sub-panels shall
be located to service designated areas of the vessel in order to reduce wires length and
weight. Ground fault circuits shall be incorporated wherever necessary. All electrical
equipment shall be labelled with engraved name plates.
605 Main switchboard
The vessel’s main switchboard is located in the technical room aft the engine room. It is
built in light alloy. The front panels will be hinged with quick release locks for easy access.
Ventilation grids will be provided at each side.
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Proper lighting will be provided inside and outside as hereunder indicated.
All lighting will be installed as per Builder’s standard. Maker will be Cantalupi, BCM,
Metalstyle, Palagi or equivalent.
Exterior lights will be waterproof and installed overhead at superstructure ceilings and at
foot level. Lights will be 220V AC, emergency lights 24V DC. Emergency lights will switch
on automatically in case of failure of AC supply.
All lighting circuits shall be protected by circuit breakers fitted in distribution panels.
Light switches will be "yard design" type in the accommodation areas and waterproof
switches in the technical areas and outside.
607 Navigation lights
Navigation lights (single light execution) shall be installed according to International
Regulation COLREG 72.
An acoustic and visible alarm in case of failure of the navigation lights will be fitted in the
wheelhouse alarms panel.
The following lights shall be installed:
• Mast head (white light)
• Port side (red light)
• Starboard side (green light)
• Stern light (white light)
• Anchor light (white light)
• NUC light (red lights)
The following batteries will be supplied and installed on board:
• 2v element batteries for total 560AH Exide gel batteries for service
• 4 batteries for total 420AH 24V Exide gel batteries for main engines starting power
(2 separate groups)
• 2v element batteries for total 560AH Exide gel batteries for emergency (lights,
• 2 batteries for total 210AH 24V Exide gel batteries for radio emergency
• 4 batteries for total 120AH 24V Exide gel batteries for main generators
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609 Battery chargers
An alternator will be provided at each main engine and generator set to charge the
relevant battery set.
The following battery chargers will be supplied and installed: (Mastervolt or equivalent)
• One automatic battery set charger of 24V.75Amp (services batteries)
• Two automatic battery set charger of 24V.25Amp (main engines start batteries)
• One automatic battery set charger of 24V.25Amp (light and alarms emergency
• One automatic battery set charger of 24V.25Amp (radio emergency batteries)
610 Navigation, communication and control systems
NAVIGATION SYSTEM (Furuno or equivalent)
N 1 Radar , (wheelhouse)
12 Kw, 72 nm,
Including an Aerial open 6’
N 1 Monitor 19” TFT
N 1 marine display IP 65 14” for flybridge
N. 1 Cartography system
N 2 Monitor 19” TFT
Eco sounder System
N. 1 echosounder
N 1 gps with Lcd display
LOG & WIND SYSTEM
N. 1 Wind/log/depth system
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Wind sensor (no moving parts) air temp, air pressure sensor
Speed water temp sensor
N°3 digital multifunction display
NR. 1 autopilot
MAGNETIC COMPASS SYSTEM
N. 1 Magnetic compass Ritchie (wheelhouse)
N. 1 Magnetic compass Ritchie (fly bridge)
N. 1 VHF A class (wheelhouse)
N 1 VHF (flybridge)
INTERNAL PHONE SYSTEM
N 1 Panasonic PABX system
N 1 Panasonic main box for 8 external lines and until 16
N 1 programming phone
N 1 System with
N 2 master stations
N 3 intercom speakers
N 1 intercom speakers with headset for engine room
611 CCTV SYSTEM
N 1 CCTV SYSTEM
N.1 Dome camera for after bridge
N.1 Dome camera IP66 with integrated motion detector
N.1 touch screen for camera selection
N 1 13 lcd tft display (crew mess)
N.1 19” interface
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612 Television and entertainment system
The following equipment shall be supplied and installed on board:
Guest/VIP Cabin (x5)
Crew cabins (x2)
Aft Main Deck
TV 55” SAMSUNG model QE55Q7FNATXZT 1
TV 43” SAMSUNG Smart TV UE43M5510AKXZT 1
TV 26” TV SAMSUNG Smart TV LT28E316EiEN 1
TV 14” SAMSUNG TV 1
SPEAKER indor Sonance model VP62R TL 4 4
Sat Receiver (Owner's supply) 1 1 1 1
SUBWOOFER BeW 1
APPLE TV or GOOGLE Chromecast or Amazon Fire stick 1 1 1 1
Yamaha RX A -1080 Sintoamplifier 1 1
MINI IPAD 1 1
Yamaha Musicast WX A50
Yamaha NSIC600 Speaker 2 2 2 2 2
Speaker JL 2 2
Fusion Speaker 2
FUSION MS-RA 55 radio 1 1 1
STEREO FUSION MS-AV755 1 1
• One SEATEL C24 satellite TV system
• One Naval terrestrial antenna TV
• One Naval AM/FM VPA 30
• Wi-Fi system for LD, MD and fly bridge
613 Grounding system and cathode protection
A grounding system made of copper stripes throughout the hull connected with all electric
motors, metallic pipes, etc will be installed. Adequate number of zinc anodes will be
installed on the exterior of the hull under water line to protect all metal fittings from
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700 PROPULSION AND MANOUVRING
701 Main engines
Two turbo charged after cooled four stroke diesel engines suitable for marine propulsion
will be provided and installed on the dedicated foundations in the engine room.
The main engines will be manufactured by MTU as described in chapter 003 of the present
Each engine shall be equipped with:
• liquid cooler
• exhaust gas turbines
• after cooler
• oil heat exchanger
• fuel and oil filters
• expansion tank
• fuel feeding pump
• sea water pump
• PTO (as necessary)
• control panels
• oil pressure gauge
• cooling water temperature gauge
702 Reduction gear box
A flange mounting reduction gear box for each engine will be installed. Maker and model:
• ZF 4600v
Reduction ratio: 3.25:1
Reduction gear boxes will ensure outward ship rotation of the propellers.
703 Shaft lines
Two stainless steel Marinox 17 propeller shafts of 115 mm of diameter. Simplan (or
equivalent) seal stern tubes and struts will be in high quality bronze alloy with water cooled
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Two five blades propellers designed by Detra or Rolla in Nibral.
705 Steering system
The hydraulic steering system of the vessel operates twin rudders by means of actuators
linked to rudder shafts with connector rod. The rudder shafts are sealed where they pass
through the hull with O-rings and antifriction bushes. A special device, connected to the
rudder wheel points out the requested angle variation and it sends the necessary signals
for opening/closing of the actuator to move the rudder in the new position.
In case of failure in the main steering system the vessel can be steered by an hydraulically
operated emergency steering system approved by the classification society ABS. The
wheel for the emergency steering system is located in the stern garage. The emergency
steering system is completely independent from the main steering system.
The vessel is outfitted with two semi-compensated airfoil section rudders fitted in close
proximity of the propellers and in their wake. The rudders are built-in stainless-steel plate
and stock. Rudder shafts and connector rod are in stainless steel.
707 Trim control system
The trim of the vessel is controlled by means of trim tabs made in stainless steel properly
stiffened and hydraulically operated through an electro-hydraulic power pack. As option it
will be installed an intruder system. The trim tab position gauges located in the
wheelhouse console and on the fly bridge.
708 Bow thruster
A hydraulic bow thruster is fitted at the foreword end of the vessel in appropriate position.
Maker and model shall be Hydrosystem BT60S (44 Kw, 59.8 hp) 486 kgf with fiberglass
pipe of 18” diameter and CuNiAl 3 blades propeller
The bow thruster is controlled from the wheelhouse console and from the fly bridge.
The system is composed by one hydraulic pump 140 cc 320 bar driven by a PTO SAE c-c
installed on each main engine that drive thrusters, capstans, windlasses and stabilizers (if
installed). The oil tank capacity is 110 l.
A Zero Speed Stabilizer plant will be fitted: hydraulically driven by the engine’s PTO
pumps and by a separate power pack or completely electric. Brand: ABT, CMC or
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The interior design will be done by the Builder’s Interior Design Department.
If requested by the Owner the interior design can be done by an independent Interior
Designer employed and paid by the Owner. In such a case the Interior Designer has to
work within the limits of the present specification and must supply all the necessary
information within the time frame established and notified by the Builder. Any upgrading
will be quoted as an extra and any delay in supplying the requested information will be
considered a permissible delay and will affect consequently the delivery date of the vessel.
The interior and exterior layouts will be according to the contractual General Arrangement.
The description of the materials given in this specification is the basic decoration included
in the contract. All appliances, TV and stereo equipment, air conditioning and ventilation
equipment, light fixtures, alarm and fire detectors, electrical panels, etc. will be integrated
in the interior design.
802 Floor covering
Carpet will be fitted in owner’s suite, guests’ cabins, saloon and dining room, hallways and
stairs as per shipyard sample.
In crew areas carpet as for shipyard sample.
All carpets will have acoustic underlay.
All edges of carpet will be bound, where necessary, or fixed under the furniture.
Marble floors will be fitted in Owner’s bathroom, guests’ bathrooms, day toilets.
Vinyl or rubber floor will be fitted in the galley, pantries, laundry, crew bathrooms.
Wheelhouse floor will be in varnished teak.
Shower floors will have drip pan with varnished teak grating on top.
803 Skirting board
Wood skirting boards will be fitted wherever there is a carpet, vinyl or wooden floor.
Marble skirting boards will be fitted on marble floors.
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804 Wall finish
Walls will be finished in wood selected within the range of woods normally used in Italian
yachting industry (teak, oak, cherry, Tanganyika, mahogany, or equivalent). Limited area
could be upholstered with fabric or leather. Fabric and leather cost limit within shipyard
Lacquered panels can be fitted on bathrooms’ and galley walls.
Crew area walls will be finished with Formica panels.
805 Fixed furniture
Built-in furniture (cupboards, drawers, consoles, night tables, wash basin units, desks,
etc,) will be made according to General Arrangement and Builder’s standard.
Furniture will be made of wood (timber or marine plywood veneered) selected within the
range of woods normally used in Italian yachting industry (teak, oak, cherry, Tanganyika,
mahogany, or equivalent). Dedicated storage will be fitted with plexy-glass provisions for
glasses, dishes, cutlery, china, etc.
Marble will be fitted over the top of wash basin units of all bathrooms and day toilets.
The working surface of the galley and will be finished in granite or stainless steel.
806 Loose furniture
Loose chairs, armchairs, tables, stools, sofas, etc will be supplied by the Builder in
accordance with the general Arrangement and within the cost limit of the shipyard
807 Interior doors
The interior doors will be made of double plywood panels. All doors will have door
stoppers to keep open each door. The doors will have the same finishing of the adjacent
Ceiling panels can be lacquered or upholstered in fabric or leather. Limit cost for fabric and
lether within shipyard samples. Lacquered panels will be fitted in crew areas, galley,
bathrooms and day toilets.
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809 Lighting fixtures
Lighting fixtures will have cost limits within shipyard samples:
• Spotlights and reading lamps will be BCM, Metalstyle, Cantalupi or equivalent
• Switches and sockets will be custom made "shipyard design"
Non –neon light will be fitted in windows wells and under beds.
All wardrobes will have a courtesy light fixture inside with automatic switches.
The position of each light fixture, switch and socket will be indicated on a specific drawing.
810 Curtains and blinds
All windows and portholes, except wheelhouse windows, will have curtains.
The curtains will be in fabric eventually lined to have a blind effect. Total cost limit within
Electric curtains will be quoted as optional.
811 Sanitary ware and taps
Taps and bathroom’s accessories will be chosen among Ideal Standard, Grohe, Jado or
Sanitary fittings will be Pozzi Ginori, Ideal Standard, Cesame, Jets or equivalent. The
following accessories will be supplied:
• soap holder
• glass holder
• towel rail
• toilet brush
• toilet paper holder
• towel ring
• robe hooks
• toilet garbage bin
sanitary cost limit within shipyard samples
All hardware will be of marine quality.
All cupboard/storage/wardrobe/cabinet doors will be provided with adequate means of
closing devices. Drawers will have stoppers.
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The following hardware will be fitted where appropriate:
• Furniture knobs
• Anti-roll rods
• Hand rails
• Door handles
• Door stoppers
Hardware maker will be selected according to Builder’s standard (Jado or equivalent).
813 Mattresses, pillows, bed covers
The mattresses will be of spring type, custom made. All mattresses will have some
clearance in the bed frames. Pillows and bed covers will be supplied for each bed. Bed
linens and blankets are excluded. The bed cover fabric cost limit within shipyard sample
814 Domestic appliances
The following equipment will be fitted:
• N°2 Maytag refrigerator/freezer
• Miele cook top 5 burners
• Miele overhead hood
• Miele electric oven
• Miele microwave oven
• Miele dishwasher
• Miele washer & drier
• N°1 Scotsman ice maker salon
• N°1 refrigerator salon
• N°1 refrigerator fly bridge
• N°1 electric grill on fly bridge
The following items will be supplied and fitted on board:
• one safe in the Owner’s cabin and one safe in Captain’s cabin
• Sun bathing mattresses and cushions for exterior sofas upholstered in Sunbrella or
equivalent fabric, exterior grade.
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901 Hull and superstructure
The hull, the superstructure and in general all parts built in GRP will be painted with
Awlgrip or equivalent topcoat over layers of Boero filler and primer as shipyard
Antifouling paint will be applied at the underwater portion of the hull.
A black strip will be painted at waterline level.
902 Engine room and bilges
All bilges inside and outside the engine room will be painted in white.
903 Structural fuel tanks
GRP double bottom fuel tanks will be coated with an adequate oil resistant paint system as
per Classification Society requirements.
Tanks will have 3 coats of I.API maker 8802-AS Plastigel (a resin based formula made of
cold vulcanized Thiokol elastomer through a catalyst).
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1000 CRITICAL DATES AND EXCLUSIONS
1001 Critical dates
At signing of the contract the following items have to be defined:
• Layout configuration
Within 20 days after the signature of the contract, the Owner must define:
• Interior furniture design
• Bathroom accessories
• Any modification of standard navigation and communication equipment
• Any modification of standard entertainment equipment
• Any modification of household appliances
The following items are not included in the standard supply:
• Wave runners
• Water sports equipment
• Diving equipment
• Pots, pans and cooking utensils
• China ware
• Table linens
• Bed lines and blankets
• Towels and robes
• Decorative items, paintings, sculptures, etc.
• Crew uniforms
• Charts, pilots, almanacs, chart table instruments, binoculars, etc
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• Spare parts
• Cleaning tools and accessories
• Any other item not included in this specification