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Yacht ID# - 97295
LOA: 279' 0" (85.04m)
Year: MFG:2016 / Model:2016
Model: Custom Super Yacht
Category: Mega Yacht
Location: FORT LAUDERDALE, Florida
United States -
Price: Price On Application
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LOA: 279' 0" (85.04m)
LWL: - -
LOD: - -
Beam: 51' 0" (15.54m)
Min Draft: - -
Max Draft: 13' 0" (3.96m)
Clearance: - -
Displacement: - -
Gross Tonnage: -
Ballast Weight: - -
Ballast Material: -
Approximate Capacities and Speed
Max Speed: 20 knots (23.015589 mph)
Cruise Speed: 17 knots (19.56325065 mph)
Fuel Consumption: - -
Fuel Capacity: 132000 gal (499674.35496 L)
Water Capacity: 31700 gal (119997.553426 L)
Holding Tank: - -
Fuel and Water Tank Material
Fuel Tank Material: -
Water Tank Material: -
Hull and Deck Information
Hull Material: Steel
Deck Material: -
Hull Configuration: -
Hull Color: -
Hull Finish: -
Hull Designer: -
Interior Designer: -
Exterior Designer: -
Hull ID: -
Project Manager: -
Engine Information
Engine Manufacturer: BERGEN DIESEL
Engine Model: Rolls-Royce C25:33L8P
Engine Type: Inboard
Engine Fuel Type: Diesel
Propulsion Type: -
H.P. Year D/H Reg. Condition O.H. Hrs. O.H. Date Serial #
Engine 3575 - - New - - -
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This vessel will encompass approximately 15,000 S.F. of interior space, which will be fitted to suit the Owner's taste. Top deck will be for the exclusive use of Owner with private spa, gym, library/office, screening room and sun deck. 5 Luxury suites will include his/hers bathrooms/closets, lounges, mini-bar, Jacuzzi baths, offices and private sundecks. Common areas will include full multimedia screening room, health spa with sauna, steam and saunas with massage rooms, ship's infirmary. The beach facility in transom will open onto ocean and accommodate bar, gym, dive center, water sports and hydro-therapy services. Dining areas will include a formal dining salon and several al fresco exterior dining and serving stations. A lap-pool, and several Jacuzzis will be positioned on different deck levels. Special security features can be built in to the vessel to create secure lock-down areas, restricted access from sea and shore, and to provide 'safe-rooms' and evacuation routes. 


The ship is designed and will be built for easy maintenance and high reliability with regard to quality for: 

  • Equipment and materials
  • Coatings 
  •  Machinery built-in redundancy
  • Systems design redundancy
  • Noise and Vibrations

Double bottom to be arranged from aft to forepeak bulkheads.

Superstructure in 3 heights.

SB and Port propulsion machinery shall be arranged independent of each other with regard to:  

  • Machinery 
  • Electrical power systems
  •  Monitoring and Control systems. 
  •  Machinery systems 
  •  Ship systems as required

Luxury Accommodation of the highest specification for 12 passengers and 22 officers/crew.

The vessel will be capable of travelling 8000 nm at 17 knots without re-fuelling. 

  • Different tests to be carried out in due time at design stage for:
  • Resistance
  • Propulsion
  • Seakeeping
  •  Noise- and Vibration analysis

Noise and Vibration:

  • Special attention shall be paid in the design and construction to limit the vibration and noise levels within the vessel to those generally accepted, and which will not result in discomfort or annoyance to the passengers and crew, will not cause damage to the main propulsion system, or damage or malfunction of other shipboard machinery and equipment.
  • The ship shall comply with the ABS COMF+ rules with the requirements of the ABS Guide for Passenger Comfort on Ships.
  • Deviation from these rules may be accepted in the crew accommodation areas.

Rules, Regulations and Certificates:


 The ship shall have Cayman Island Flag. The vessel with her equipment shall comply with the following rules and regulations in force at the date of contract and all new requirements that are known at the date of contract:

  • The vessel is to be classed according to ABS rules and Large Commercial Yacht Code (LY2) issued by MVA.
  •  The vessel to be delivered with the following certificates issued by the relevant authorities.
  •  All certificates normally required for unrestricted trade for this type of vessel, including but not limited to:
  •  International Tonnage Certificate
  • International Load line Certificate, ILLC66
  • International Safety Construction Certificate
  • Fire Protection SOLAS 74
  • International Safety Equipment Certificate
  • Life-saving Appliances SOLAS 74
  • International Safety Radio Certificate
  • International Safe Manning Certificate
  • International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate
  • International Safety Management Certificate
  • International Ship Security Certificate
  • Certificate of Compliance





The hull structure generally to be of normal strength steel.

  • High tensile steel may be used when advantageous to the design to save weight and space.


Steel structure:

Normal web framing with longitudinal framing. The shell plating to be arranged with

special fenders, also aft, bilge keels, anchor pockets in stainless steel, painting lines,

vessel name and owner’s logo, tank marking etc. 

  • Double bottom to be arranged with ballast, freshwater, grey water, black water and void tanks.
  • Fuel oil tanks to be without external boundaries to ship side or –bottom.
  • Bilge keels arranged according to model tests.


Hull protection:

Paint system for a vessel of this type and operation area. Antifouling for min. three

years docking intervals. Impressed Current Cathodic Protection (ICCP).

Zinc or Aluminum anodes in bow thruster tunnel, propeller area, rudder and sea



Rolls-Royce Marine and Nobiskrug will meet, or surpass, the noise and vibration levels as specified. Low noise and vibration, are designed into the Rolls-Royce/NVC environmentally sound designs.


Acceptable Noise Levels are noted in DRAFT TENDER SPECIFICATION, as not to exceed noise limits and acceptance of measured noise will be in accordance with the construction contract. Noise levels are to be measured in all cabins / accommodation areas. In larger spaces (owner’s suite, salons, dining rooms etc), where noise levels may vary, supplementary measurements may be required.


Particular attention will be paid to:

  • Relevant air-borne and structure-borne noise sources.
  • Noise prediction for all areas for service and harbour conditions.
  • Problem areas including areas of high noise and areas of low background noise levels.
  • Required noise control measures.
  • Review preliminary noise prediction including noise control proposals.
  • Prediction of main hull vibration characteristics.
  • Prediction of superstructure vibration characteristics.
  • Prediction of mast vibration characteristics.
  • Propeller selection and clearances.
  • Selection and installation of resilient mounts and the associated pipework isolation.
  • Air conditioning system design and installation with particular respect to machinery and duct.
  • Layout and cross talk paths
  • Bow thruster selection and tunnel arrangement.


Vibration levels throughout the vessel are to meet at least the requirements contained in Lloyds Register Provisional Rules for Passenger and Crew Accommodation Comfort dated February 1999. The values achieved in Owner and Guest accommodation are to be in accordance with the maximum vibration levels for Yachts in Table 3.3 of the Lloyds Provisional Rules with an acceptance numeral of 1. For crew accommodation the requirements of Section 3.1 are to apply.


 Fresh Water Supply System:                                    Discharge Systems:

  • (2) Fresh water hydrophore pumps.
  • (2) Hot water circulation pumps.
  • (2) Hot water heaters for showers/washstand.
  • Grey water drain system by gravity to holding tanks.
  • Black water Sewage system with vacuum plant and treatment system.
  • Double vacuumerator pumps.


Ballast system:

Remote operated pumps and valves as required for remote operation of the system.

Two (2) ballast pumps, each 200 m3/h.

One (1) ballast stripping ejector with cap. ab. 75 m3/h.


Bilge system:

Remote operated where required by Solas and national authorities.

Two (2) main bilge pumps located in engine room.

Capacity: approx 97 m3/h

One (1) bilge water separator with cap. 2,5 m3/h.

One (1) sludge oil separator for fuel oil and lub oil sludge.

One bilge water tank.


Drainage system:

Overboard drainage from bilge wells main deck with remote operated valves.

Overboard drainage from weather deck direct.

Drainage from accommodation deck and gutterways to deck below.


Fire fighting:

Sea Water System:

  • A sea water fire main system to be installed acc. to class requirements.
  • Two (2) main fire fighting pumps.
  • Capacity each approx. 65 m3/h, 9 bar
  • One (1) emergency fire fighting pump in fore ship.
  • Capacity approx. 52 m3/h , 9bar


Water Mist System:

  • A high pressure water mist system to be installed in accommodation areas and in engine rooms.
  • Fire Fighting With Foam:
  • A AFFF foam system to be installed on helicopter deck and in toy store.


All electric installation in cargo hold to be spark proof (EX ).

One main swichboard/engine control room in enginer oom. MSB to split with bus-tie

breaker. One shaft generator and one aux. generator each side.


Main voltage system for ship general: 3 x 400 V - 50 Hz.

Secondary system for lighting etc.: 3 x 230 V - 50 Hz.

Alternatively 440 V can be used for heavy consumers.

Cables for bow thruster motors to be dimensioned for continuous operation.


Shore connection capacity, 300 A

Stable voltage system, UPS

230 V – 50 Hz emergency lighting.

24 V DC emergency communication and alarm system.

Transformers for 400 - 230 V system.


Engine control room console for IAS,Engine start panel, maneuvering

levers,communication etc. 
PMS for load sharing incl. in IAS



The following equipment shall be supplied and installed:

  • One (1) Magnetic compass
  • One (1) Echo-sounder
  • Two (2) DGPS
  • One (1) Speed log
  • One (1) Radar, X-band, 3 cm, IMO approved with 21"display
  • One (1) Radar, S-band, 10 cm, IMO approved with 21" display
  • One (1) Gyro compass
  • One (1) Autopilot
  • One (1) ECS, Electronic Chart System
  • One (1) AIS, Automatic Identification System
  • One (10 Anemometer System, wind speed and direction


The radio equipment will satisfy the MCA quality requirements for unlimited navigation, relevant authority and the GMDSS specifications.


The following equipment to be installed:

  • One (1) VHF Radiotelephone with DSC (Digital Selective Calling), GMDSS Class A
  • One (1) VHF Radiotelephone with DSC, class D
  • One (1) MF/HF Radiotelephone with DSC
  • One (1) NAVTEX receiver P-3632 NVC
  • Rev. 0 Brief Specification, Page 9
  • As per the MCA requirements and the GMDSS specifications, the following to be supplied and installed:
  • One (1) EPIRB 406MHz
  • One (1) SART Radar transponder
  • Two (2) Portable two-way VHF Radiotelephone



Communication equipment to be installed:

  • Internal communication system.
  • Automatic exchange telephone.
  • Lights and signal equipment.

 CCTV shall be installed acc. to owners requirements.

  • 2 Rolls Royce AZP120 FP
  • Azipull type azimuthing thrusters. 4 bladed, Class S balance FP propeller.
  • Propellers shall be Rolls-Royce Ulstein Aquamaster azimuthing pulling propeller.
  • Rolls-Royce azimuthing pulling propeller, type Azipull, is a low drag, high efficient pulling thruster. It combines the advantage of the pulling propeller with the flexibility of using any type of drive to suit the vessel's specific requirement. The Azipull is designed for continuous service speed up to 24 knots, whilst maintaining excellent maneuverability as no rudder is required.
  • Electrically driven pumps.
  • Designed for low pressure pulses.
  • Rating: max.3000 kW
  • 1000 rpm-input
  • Prop.dia.:abt. 3100 mm
  • Rpm: 185 rpm at MCR

Side thruster:

One bow thrusters to be installed, electrical driven.

Power : Ab. 550 kW. Voltage 400 V, 50 Hz

Propeller diameter: Ab. 1650 mm

Hubs and blades to be Ni-Al-Bronze.



Two Rolls-Royce Promas rudders of twisted type to be installed.


Steering gear:

Two electro-hydraulically driven rotary vane type steering gear type Rolls-Royce

Tenfjord to be installed.



  • Spare part and maintenance system - loading computer:
  • One computer plant for maintenance and spare parts system of proven type to be installed taking care of:
  • Maintenance routines
  • Spare parts system
  • Certificates follow-up routines
  • Ordering routines for parts and stores
  • Budget

Rolls-Royce’s long history of using mathematical modeling and simulations of electrical, mechanical, thermal, chemical, hydraulic, hydro-mechanical and hydro-dynamic systems is utilized to understand and predict system dynamics and control characteristics. These simulations will be used to support the entire life cycle of the yacht: from concept trade-offs, through system optimizations and detailed design, to support sea trials, for problem resolution after deployment, and to evaluate the impact of design changes throughout vessel life.

Dynamic response analysis (DRA) Refers to the development of mathematical equations describing the dynamic behavior of the ship and system components and then combining these equations into a unified computer simulation that predicts the transient and steady state response of the complete system. Experienced Rolls-Royce analysts will design and analyze simulation experiments to reduce technical risk by quantifying performance, designing and analyzing controls, exposing potential performance problems, and designing corrective changes. Rolls-Royce has an extensive mathematical model library to support such efforts.

Concept and preliminary design - A DRA is frequently used to verify machinery design and selection prior to placing equipment orders. DRA can determine if candidate machinery components will yield adequate system response without encountering excessive loads.

Detailed design - DRA is used to design the supervisory propulsion control algorithms and verify that the final system design will respond well and not exceed any limits of safe machinery operation. Both normal operation and failure modes can be analyzed via DRA.

This new approach is the result of rigorous analysis considering performance, safety, reliability, maintainability capital and operational costs.


The vessel to be arranged for twin screw propulsion with Promas rudder.

Noise- and thermal insulated engine control room to be arranged.

F.O. treatment room to be arranged for installation of separators.

Fuel oil to be Marine Diesel Oil


Main engines

Two medium speed, non-reversible exhaust turbocharged, marine engines type

Rolls-Royce C25:33L8P

Output MCR approx. 2665 kW @ 1000 rpm.

Fuel oil to be Marine Diesel Oil



Two reduction gearboxes to be installed.

The gearboxes shall be equipped with built-in hydraulic clutch that brings the

propeller to full stop when it is disengaged.

Primary PTO/PTI shall be dimensioned for a 500 kW shaft generator.

Max. input power: 3165 kW ( Main engine + PTI)

Input rpm: 1000 rpm

Propeller rpm: 208 rpm


Shaft generator

Two shaft generators to be installed PTO/PTI. The generators can be used at sea

either one on each side of split switchboard or only one is connected to switchboard

with closed bus-tie breaker.

In port at discharging mode, one generator operates the complete load for

discharging and other general ship load.

Flexible coupling shall be installed between gearbox and generator.

The shaft generator shall be capable of short-time parallel operation with the diesel

engine driven auxiliary alternators for load transfer


Capacity: Each abt. 500 ekW at 1500 rpm.

Voltage: 3 x 400 V – 50 Hz.

Cooling: Air Cooled

Enclosure: IP 23

Insulation class: F or H

  • Anti condensation heater 220 V
  • Sensors for for windings PT 100
  • Sensors for bearings PT100
  • Magnetizing and control equipment for installation in main switchboard



Two CPP type propellers shall be installed, the propellers shall be direct mechanical

driven from the main engines via reduction gearbox.

Diameter: 2700 mm

Propeller rpm: 208 rpm


Auxiliary generators

Two auxiliary generator sets each abt. 750 kW to be installed.

1500 rpm.

400 V, 50 Hz 3-phase.

Fuel oil to be Marine Diesel Oil.


Emergency aggregate

One approx. 99 kW radiator cooled, diesel engine in separate room, with emergency

switchboard and trafo 400/230 V, 50 Hz.

Fuel oil to be Marine Diesel Oil.



In general all machinery systems shall be split in two systems so that a single failure

in one propulsion-system will not affect the other system.


Fuel system

4 MDO bunker tank

1 MDO settling tank

2 MDO day tank

Misc. smaller service tanks

1 MDO transfer pump

1 sludge pump

Two (2) automatic separators for MDO, installed in separator room.


Lube oil system

LO stores tanks for each type of oils.

Main diesel engines stores tanks with capacity for two complete fillings.

Misc. smaller service tanks as required.

LO system tanks below main engines integrated in foundation units.

Built on main lube oil pump on main engines and electric priming pumps.

1 LO transfer pump.

Two (2) automatic separators for main engines, capacity acc. to main engine maker’s


Necessary LO filters for main engines and gear boxes.

Standby gear oil pumps.

Combined propeller servo oil and gear oil system.


Cooling system

FW Cooling water sytem to be built totally separate for the two engines.

For each engine:

  • One (1) set of box coolers.
  • LT-freshwater pump, engine driven.
  • Separate LT cooling system for each engine.
  • Gear oil cooler to be cooled from the resp.engine LT system.
  • HT-freshwater pumps, engine driven.
  • Separate internal FW HT-cooling for each engine .

Preheater for each main engine.


Two (2) LT-freshwater pumps, electric driven for auxiliary engines and other

equipment .


Compressed air system

Generator sets to have compressed air starting.


Two air cooled two stage starting air compressors to be installed in the engine room.

Each compressor with a capacity acc. to class requirements fully automated and

fitted with oil and water separator and none return valve.


Two starting air receivers with size acc. to class requirements to be installed.


Starting air receivers to be connected with crossovers and isolating valves.


The general purpose air system to be supplied via a reduction station 30-8 bar from

the starting air system.


One general purpose air receiver with size abt. 200 l, 10 bar to be installed.


One GR5 oil filter and One GR 7 particle filter to be installed between the reduction

station and general purpose air receiver to ensure clean service air.


Instrument air shall be supplied from the general purpose air system.


One refrigerated air dryer with capacity abt. 35 m3/h, 7 bar @ 45°C ambient temp to

be installed adjacent to the general purpose air receiver.


Distilled water system

Freshwater to be produced by two reverse osmosis plant with capacity of abt. 20

t/day each.


Automation system

Integrated monitoring, alarm and remote operation system based on latest marine

standard for EO-class vessels.

Operator stations in engine control room, ship offices and on bridge.




Purpose built, marine training facilities in Bergen - Norway, Kristineham - Sweden, Manchester and Bristol - UK, and shared facilities in Alesund - Norway are the international centers for the training of Owner's crew as well as Rolls-Royce marine engineers.

Attending a training course lead by Rolls-Royce product managers is the perfect complement to the new build, ensuring an in depth working knowledge of the equipment or system before it enters service.

Tailor-made courses provide more in depth product and system training and are designed to individual customer requirements.

On-board training lead by specialists on-board the ship or at the customers offices. Complete crews can be cost effectively trained on new equipment.
Simulator training on navigation simulators and Rolls-Royce propulsion and bridge equipment can be arranged at: 

  • SSPA maritime consulting, Gothenburg, Sweden.
  • DMI, Danish Maritime Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • Star Centre, Ft Lauderdale, USA.



The water toy garage can accommodate a Riva AquaRiva, a 30' inboard RIB, a sport submarine, 16 sets of scuba equipment, fishing and snorkeling gear, and 6 x 3-person Waverunners.


2 x 25 persons each side.

The vessel is equipped to receive a Eurocopter EC 155 B1 helicopter, and most types of smaller helicopters.

Landing platform:
Fore mounted helicopter landing platform with D-value of 14.0 meters.


A Two-Year Warranty on all Rolls-Royce Systems and Equipment will be provided.
Rolls-Royce has a broad customer base comprising more than 2,000 marine customers including 70 navies. Rolls-Royce employs 38,000 people in offices, manufacturing and service facilities in 50 countries.
As noted above, the Rolls-Royce Equipment warranty will be suspended during the 20 month (est.) finishing phase, during which Rolls-Royce will maintain all their equipment onboard.
Pinmar issues a one-year warranty on the fairing and painting.


Rolls-Royce Service
Rolls-Royce will service the systems during the warranty suspension in the finishing yard, to make sure that equipment is kept in as-new condition.


Predictive Maintenance - TotalCare
The maintenance program will be offered as an option and uses the latest tools to keep Owner in control of vessel.
To drive down ownership costs the need for accurate up-to-date information on the performance and health of equipment is vital.
Savings result from calculations to determine the remaining equipment life, so maintenance decisions are based on how the equipment is used and performing, rather than the pessimistic methods based on running hours.
For a growing number of naval and commercial customers profitable vessel operation is the business focus, not equipment maintenance. TotalCare ensures accurate budgeting and predictable costs, with no surprises.


As a leading player in the Mega Yacht Market, Nobiskrug focuses on designing and constructing one-off projects ranging from 60m-150m+ in length. Nobiskrug is extremely ambitious in its solutions. The shipyard's goal is the creation of unique masterpieces in German craftsmanship. They work with heart-felt dedication and exceptional expertise to create Owner's vision. The strictest of confidentiality is a given. Each Mega Yacht project is led by a team of experts. For the owner this means one point of contact from project start through delivery. A specialized service team is in charge during supervision of the warranty phase and available to provide additional technical management in the future, if requested. Nobiskrug's in-house engineering department, in concert with Rolls-Royce Marine's technical and engineering staff, has the ability to manage several projects simultaneously as well as handle all key technical issues internally. The construction department contains all required workshops such as ship building, piping, machinery, lathe, electrical or high quality interior manufacturing. Nobiskrug's employees are trained in the German apprenticeship system and produce work of such a high standard, there simply is no competition when it comes to quality.


Vessels built at Nobiskrug include:



  • Delivery: June 2001
  • Length: 93m
  • Hull: Steel
  • Max. Speed: 19 knots
  • Beam: 14.9m


TRIPLE SEVEN - ISS Leadership Award 2007

  • Delivery: November 2006
  • Length: 68m
  • Hull: Steel
  • Max. Speed: 17 knots
  • Beam: 12m



  • Delivery: April 2008
  • Length: 74m
  • Hull: Steel
  • Max. Speed: 17 knots
  • Beam: 12 m


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