115' Greenbay Marine ABS Certified
- Year: 1996
- Current Price: USD $1,999,900
- Location: Fort Lauderdale FL US
- Hull Material: Aluminum
- Engine/Fuel Type: MAN D2842LYE diesel
- YW#: 2188242
This yacht has an on deck master and four guest staterooms of comparable size, two VIP cabins and two with twin berths. The interior throughout the yacht is maple burl and pear wood for a light interior. The yacht was built in Singapore for the personal use of the owner of Greenbay Marine, a builder of steel and aluminum commercial craft, founded in 1980 and has built over 260 vessels. The yacht was built to American Bureau of Shipping standards and has current ABS certification and is also maintained to MCA classification. Fresh bottom paint completed in February 2012 with fresh American Bureau of Shipping hull and shaft survey.
Not Offered for Sale to U.S. Residents While in U.S. Waters.
Disclaimer: This listing may be centrally listed with another broker, and is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients. It is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.
Length overall (incl. pulpit) 115 ft
Beam 23.75 ft
Draft 6.0 ft
Fuel capacity 8,065.0 gal
Water capacity (excl. calorifier) 905.0 gal
Total Power: 1050
The main salon is the full 23' beam of the yacht to give a large open feeling to the salon. The exquisite joinery is mainly pear wood with highlights of maple burl in a soft satin finish. A highlight of the interior is the tray ceiling with the overhead panels cut in a curving pattern with swirls of mini lights to give the impression of stars at night. The main seating area of the salon is aft with three couches facing to a coffee table for versatility. Built in, lighted, display cabinets accented by marble pillars to each side are on the aft wall by the couches with an entertainment center opposite. There is a newer custom wet bar with Corian type counters forward. The dining table located at the forward end of the salon can be expanded to allow seating for ten. Located on all of the walls of the salon are 24 storage lockers.
- Samsung 32" flatscreen with storage behind and below
- Samsung Video SV-4215X
- Pioneer DVD DV 525
- Bose Surround sound
- DirecTV satellite TV control with four receivers
- Three Tao VP-1102 sound amplifiers
- Two Sony 5 disc CD players
Forward of the salon is a day head with marble floor and counter top. The galley has an exterior door to the side deck and access to crew quarters. The layout is large enough for gourmet meal preparation and small enough for the cook to have all areas within close reach. The refrigeration and freezers are commercial grade stainless units by Hoshizaki with a commercial grade ice maker. The commercial style cook top is a combination with 3 gas burners and two electric burners.
In the hallway, between the main salon and the master stateroom forward, are storage cabinets from floor to ceiling with built in dividers to hold sets of china, both for day use and formal use, plus many styles of glasses. Seven drawers with dividers hold formal silverware; other drawers hold informal stainless flatware and other table decorations and accessories.
The master stateroom is on deck forward so there is no need to go up and down stairs to the stateroom. The interior finish, like the rest of the yacht, is in pear wood and maple burl. The centerline queen berth has Italian marble topped night tables to either side with matching marble pillars as accents .There is a drop down 32" flatscreen television mounted in the ceiling that is hidden from view when not in use. An "L" shaped curved top desk is to one side of the stateroom and a vanity with chair is to the other side. There are settees to both sides. The ensuite head has marble floor and counters and has a combination shower with full tub.
The raised pilot house has a single helm seat with an observation bench seat behind for guests or crew. The captain has a navigation desk with ample storage areas for the ship's papers, multiple book shelves, and storage for international flags and signal flags.
- Single Side Band radio JRC model JSB176
- Radar Furuno FCT 1040, color, 48 mile
- Autopilot- Anschutz Pilotstar D
- Satcom - Nera AS Saturn
- VHF radio Furuno FM 8500
- Chart plotter – Chart-Nav Nobeltec with Acer 17" display screen
- Depth finder – B&G network
- Furuno Navtex Receiver
- Koopnautic Stabilizer controls
- Two Sanshin remote control spotlights
- Wireless wind speed indicator
- Samsung Synchmaster video monitor with three closed circuit cameras
- Jog steering with decorative only steering wheel
- Rudder angle indicator
- Raytheon ST60 speed log
- Two Garmin GPS receivers
- American bow thruster control
- Head Hunter fuel gauges
- KVH satellite TV system
Three steps up from the pilothouse leads to the teak decked flybridge with two curved settees to each side with tables, a large sunpad, barbecue grill, wet bar, and a hot tub. There are two under counter refrigerators. The flybridge is covered by a removable Bimini top so guests can have a choice of sun or shade. Sound is supplied by a Sony Marine CD/MP3/w/jack for IPOD/IPHONE, and 4 Bose Marine speakers. Aft is access to the tender, a 2005 Nautica 15' RIB with 90HP Yamaha, a 2007 Yamaha GP1300R
Waverunner PWC, a 2007 Yamaha SuperJet Jet ski, a 10' Walker Bay RIB with 9.9 HP Yamaha, and two twenty person SOLAS approved life rafts. A triple wide bench seat at the helm makes a great observation platform when underway.
The aft deck with teak flooring is covered for sun protection and makes a great entertaining area with a large teak table with teak chairs with seating for eight to ten. A curved staircase goes up to the flybridge and boat deck for exterior access in addition to the access from the pilothouse. The swim platform can be reached by two sets of curving steps on either side.
The third outdoor guest area is the fore deck, with a large sunpad over the forward cabin roof surrounded with stainless safety rails.
The four guest staterooms are close to equal size but have different layouts for desirability as a charter yacht but also making the yacht very family oriented. The interior wood joinery like the rest of the yacht is pear wood with burl accents. There are two matching VIP cabins, each with a queen berth and ensuite head and shower. Both of these two VIP cabins have a settee and an area that can be used as a vanity or desk. The other two cabins, also with their own ensuite head and shower have two twin berths each, and these also have a settee and a combination vanity or desk.
Galley is on the main deck below the raised pilothouse with stainless appliances. Access to the crew quarters is from the galley.
Quarters are forward with a captain's cabin and two cabins with two berths each along with a crew dining area.
- Closed circuit TV monitor
- Panasonic satellite TV control
- RCA TV security monitor
- Flatscreen TV
- Built to American Bureau of Shipping certification
- Maintained to MCA Classification
- Engine room access is from a door on the interior side of the aft deck for all weather availability
- Engines; MAN D2842 V-12 engines 1050 HP each. Starboard engine was rebuilt in 2005 with 4850 hours, and the port is rebuilt in spring 2010.
- Stabilizers: Koopnautic with Naiad with 1.2m fins
- Bow Thruster; American 42hp with 16" propeller
- Air conditioning; three separate Cruisair 60,000 BTU tempered water chillers with 17 air handlers
- Fire suppression system; Fixed CO2, sea water fire station, portable extinguishers
- Emergency fire fighting suit
- Emergency breathing apparatus
- Watermaker; HEM 3000 gallons per day
- Fuel System; Racor filters with Alfa Laval fuel centrifuge
- Engine room cameras to closed circuit monitor system
- Spare 5 blade propellers.
- Hamman L126 Waste treatment system new in 2007
- Independent interchangeable electric fire pump and bilge pump
- EVAC vacuum toilet system
- Two Northern Lights 50 kW generators
- ASEA Components 3 phase 50 Hz 36kva for shore power any where in the world
- Seamless power transfer from generators or shore power
- Two Ovrea vertical windlasses with capstans – Starboard windlass new – May 2009.
- 360' anchor chain 5/8" ABS approved – new Nov. 2006
- Two Ovrea warping winches on back deck
- Marquipt Sea Stairs
- Hydraulic Pasarelle
- Nautical Structures 1700 lb tender davit – new Nov. 2006
- Sea water fire stations on bow, midship, aft and engine room
- Two EPIRBs with hydrostatic release – new Jan. 2010
- American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) Certified
- Maintained to MCA standards
- Fixed CO2 System in engine compartment
- 3 portable foam extinguishers in engine room
- 4 portable CO2 extinguishers in engine room
- 19 Portable fire extinguishers – interior
- 1 Portable fire extinguisher in each tender and water craft
- Emergency breathing apparatus for fire fighting
- Emergency fire fighting suit
- Emergency fire pumps with outlets in ER, fore deck, both side decks and aft deck
- Closed circuit camera system
- Two EPIRBs with hydrostatic release
- One SART (Search & Rescue Transponder)
- Two 20 person capacity SOLAS approved life rafts
- 17 Fire, smoke, and heat detectors
- Carbon monoxide detectors in all cabins and crew area
- Four life rings
- Seapak heart defibrillator
- Two Oxygen bottles and masks
- Two full MCA medical First Aid kits
- Two quick-grab medical kits
The interior of this yacht was installed by Italian craftsman in Viareggio, Italy after the yacht exterior was built and machinery installed in Singapore to American Bureau of Shipping Classification. It was moved under its own power to Italy for the finishing under the supervision of Paolo Scanu, the well known designer. It is truly a custom, one of a kind yacht built to the highest standards. With the five staterooms and the four guest staterooms of comparable size, the yacht is desirable for charter use but can be a great yacht for family use with the flexible cabin layouts.
Greenbay Marine in Singapore is owned by Roger Laing, a second generation boat builder known as a high quality builder of commercial vessels. His father owned commercial ship yards in Sweden, the UK and then Singapore. However Mr. Laing's experience in yachts extends back to his purchase of Baglietto, the well known Italian builder of steel yachts, back in 1981 which he owned for eight years.
Mr. Laing built GAUDEAMUS as his personal yacht and used it for a number of years. Now he is building yachts once more, but in China at the Kingship yard which he owns. The goal of Kingship is to build Dutch quality with Chinese labor prices. The yard launched the first 110 foot yacht with a steel hull and aluminum superstructure in 2007 and the second 110 foot yacht is completed now. Three more larger yachts are under construction at this time.
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.