LADY B

Pacific Mariner for Sale

Guests

8

Cabins

4

Crew

3

Cabin Configuration

Offered at:

$3,150,000

Approx. Conversion:

€2,891,870*

Location

United States

Specifications

Length

85 ft
/ 25.9 m

Beam

21 ft

Builder

Pacific Mariner

Year Built

2008

Year Refit

2023

Cruising Speed

21.7 Knots

Max Speed

23.4 Knots

Engines

2 X MTU hp

Gross Tonnage

0 tons

Hull

Fiberglass

Flag

United States

Pacific Mariner’s arrangement places both upper and lower helm stations on the centerline for exceptional visibility. Port and starboard pilothouse doors ensure easy access to the walkaround side decks. The galley is located at the pilothouse level. There are four separate dining areas for unsurpassed versatility and gracious onboard entertaining.The Pacific Mariner accommodates up to four (4) couples in complete comfort. The full-beam master suite is located amidships and features a private entrance. The Master ensuite head includes an oversized jacuzzi tub and a full shower. The William-Garden-designed hull delivers mid-20-knot cruise speeds to bring remote ports within easy reach, and the 5′ draft allows access to more coastal and inland waterways. As a turn-key package, this Pacific Mariner boasts a full complement of standard features, including two generators, stabilizers, bow thruster, and complete electronics.

Specifications

Description

 

2008 Pacific Mariner 85′ ”LADY B”

$1.5 Million Major Refit Competed in 2023

Pacific Mariner’s arrangement places both upper and lower helm stations on the centerline for exceptional visibility. Port and starboard pilothouse doors ensure easy access to the walk-around side decks. The custom (2023) galley is located at the pilothouse level. There are four separate dining areas for unsurpassed versatility and gracious onboard entertaining.

 

The Pacific Mariner accommodates up to four (4) couples in complete comfort. The full-beam master suite is located amidships and features a private entrance. The Master ensuite head includes an oversized Jacuzzi tub and a full shower. The William-Garden-designed hull delivers mid-20-knot cruise speeds to bring remote ports within easy reach, and the 5′ draft allows access to more coastal and inland waterways.

 

As a turn-key package, this Pacific Mariner boasts a full complement of standard features, including two generators, stabilizers, bow thruster, and complete electronics. Some highlights are:

 

  • $1,500,000 refit completed in 2022/2023
  • The galley was completely removed and rearranged with a center island, all-new carpentry, and new marble. New “very high-end” appliances, headliner, lighting, and flooring
  • A complete redo of the salon includes new custom-made furniture, marble, headliner, lighting, blinds, carpet and appliances
  • All of the stateroom’s soft goods were redone, including wallpaper, linens and comforters, marble flooring, lighting, countertops, and carpets
  • New dual marine Starlink Internet Systems
  • New teak aft deck and teak stairs (2023)
  • All new Zeno mattresses in master, VIP, and crew cabins
  • The dining table and aft deck tables were refinished
  • (3) New Garmin screens at the lower pilothouse
  • New flybridge VHF
  • One rebuilt generator 25KW Port (2022)
  • (2) New air conditioning compressors were replaced in (2022)
  • New water heater
  • New battery charger
  • All new exterior cushions and covers through the vessel
  • New exterior sound system
  • New Jacuzzi and custom-made base on the flybridge
  • New “Built-in” grill on the flybridge
  • The bottom was painted and some thru hull valves were replaced (Oct. 2022)
  • New water maker/Spot Zero
  • New headhunter Blackwater pump
  • New 24V freshwater pump
  • Custom hatches were installed to better service the steering rams
  • Flybridge deck sanded and new non-skid (2023)
  • Replaced the majority of fuel lines to generators and main engines
  • Cleaned transmission coolers
  • New exhaust hoses and claps on main engines and generators
  • Naiad stabilizer fins dropped and serviced
  • Rebuilt hydraulic cooler
  • New Miele washer and dryer in master hallway
Accommodations

Owner’s Stateroom

The owner’s stateroom is accessed via a carpeted curved stairway down from the dining salon starboard side forward. At the bottom of the stairway is a small foyer outside the entry into the owner’s stateroom. In the foyer is a laundry center. At the laundry center is a new duet washer and dryer. Above is a laundry storage cabinet.

 

The owner’s stateroom has a king-size berth in a fore and aft arrangement off of the after bulkhead. At the berth are twin nightstands with reading lamps. Underneath the berth are storage drawers. In the hull sides are large stainless steel framed dogged and gasketed portlights behind shades. Along the hull’s starboard side is a built-in set of chest of drawers and an office desk with an upper bookcase. Seen at the desk is a Sentry digital safe. Along the port side is an additional built-in chest drawers and a lit flip-up mirrored makeup desk with a chair. All the way aft port and starboard are cedar closets. Entertainment is provided to the owner’s stateroom via an LG TV interfaced with a DirecTV satellite TV system and a Samsung DVD player.

 

Port side forward is entry into a large enclosed head. The enclosed head has a new marble countertop vanity with dual undermount ceramic sinks, a large mirrored medicine cabinet, a toilet, a bidet, and new marble tiled frameless glass enclosed shower, a Jacuzzi tub with marble perimeter, and new marble tiled soles. On the hull side are polished stainless steel framed dogged and gasketed opening portlights.

 

 

Guest Accommodations

 

The forward guest area is accessed via a carpeted curved stairway down from the wheelhouse and galley starboard side. At the bottom of the stairway is a split-level foyer leading forward into the forward VIP cabin and aft to the port and starboard mid-ship cabins. At the bottom of the lower level inside the foyer is a lift-up hinged hatch on gas assist to access the forward bilges.

 

Lower Deck Stbd. Guest Stateroom

 

The starboard guest cabin is located at the aft end of the forward guest passageway starboard side. The starboard guest cabin has a queen-sized berth in an athwart ships arrangement off of the hull side. At the berth are twin nightstands with reading lamps. Underneath the berth are storage drawers. On the hull side is a pair of polished stainless steel dogged and gasketed opening portlights. Forward is a cedar-lined closet. The cabin has electric baseboard heaters. Inside the closet is the access door to the guest stairway void. Entertainment is provided to the starboard guest cabin via an LED TV interfaced with the DirecTV satellite TV system and a Samsung DVD player. Aft is an enclosed head with a marble countertop vanity with an under-mount sink, mirrored medicine cabinet, toilet, fiberglass lined glass encased shower, and marble tile sole. In the hull is a polished stainless steel framed dogged and gasketed opening portlight.

 

Lower Deck V-Berth Guest Stateroom

 

The forward guest stateroom has a queen-sized berth in a fore and aft arrangement off of the forward bulkhead. At the berth are twin reading lamps. Underneath the berth are storage drawers. On the hull side are polished stainless steel dogged and gasketed opening portlights. In the overhead above the bunk is a painted aluminum framed dogged and gasketed Plexiglas hatch with privacy and vermin screen out to the foredeck. The starboard side aft is a cedar-lined hanging locker. The cabin has electric baseboard heaters. Entertainment is provided to the VIP cabin via a new LED TV interfaced with the DirecTV satellite TV system and a Samsung DVD player. The port side aft is entry into the enclosed head. The enclosed head has a new marble countertop vanity with an undermount sink, mirrored medicine cabinet, toilet, and fiberglass lined glass encased shower with bench seat. The soles are marble tile.

 

Lower Deck Guest Stateroom – Two Single Beds

 

This guest stateroom has two single berths in a fore and aft inboard/outboard arrangement off of the after bulkhead. In between the berth is a nightstand. At each berth are reading lamps. Underneath each berth are storage drawers. In the hull sides is a polished stainless steel framed dogged and gasketed portlight. Forward and outboard is a cedar-lined closet. The cabin has electric baseboard heaters. Entertainment is provided to the port cabin via a Sharp Aquos LED TV interfaced with the DirecTV satellite TV system and a Samsung DVD player. All the way forward is entry into the enclosed head with a new marble countertop vanity with an under-mount sink, mirrored medicine cabinet, toilet, fiberglass lined glass encased shower, and new marble tile sole. In the hull is a polished stainless steel framed dogged and gasketed opening portlight.

 

 Crew Quarters

 

The crew quarters are located all the way aft on the lower deck behind the engine room. They are accessed on deck via a quick-acting dogged and gasketed door in the transom. Inside the door is a varnished teak tread stainless steel flip-up ladder to a central passageway. The central passageway leads forward to the engine room and a second quick-acting dogged and gasketed door with a round viewing window. To the port of the door is the main electrical switchboard. To starboard is the crew head. Port and starboard aft are entries into the crew cabins.

 

The starboard crew cabin has a full-size berth in a fore and aft arrangement along the hull side. Below the berth are storage drawers. At the berth is a single reading lamp. On the hull side is a polished stainless steel framed dogged and gasketed opening portlight. Inboard and forward is entry into the crew head. Inboard and aft is a cedar-lined hanging locker and a pair of storage drawers. Entertainment is provided to the starboard crew cabin via an LED TV and a DirecTV satellite receiver as well as a Russound audio wall panel.

 

The shared crew head has a Corian countertop vanity with a molded sink, mirrored medicine cabinet, toilet, and fiberglass lined glass enclosed shower with bench seat.

 

The port crew cabin has two single berths in a fore and aft high/low arrangement along the hull side. Below the lower bunk are storage drawers. On the hull side is a polished stainless steel framed dogged and gasketed opening portlight. Forward and inboard is a full-height upright freezer and a wine cooler. All the way aft is a Corian countertop small kitchenette with a stainless steel sink and faucet and a Sharp Carousel microwave oven. All the way inboard is a crew laundry center with a Bosch Axxis dryer and washer. Entertainment is provided via a Sharp Aquos TV and DirecTV satellite receiver and a Memorex DVD player. There is also a Russound audio wall panel and a Simrad model #IS12 multifunction depth/speed/wind display. In the overhead is a pull-down panel to an emergency escape with a quick-acting dogged and gasketed lift-out hatch into the aft deck.

 

Galley Features

The reconstructed galley is located primarily to port and aft of the wheelhouse. The entire galley and forward facing settee were taken out and replaced with a magnificent center island galley much more comfortable. The galley has marble countertops. The soles in the galley are manufactured wood. In the house side port side is a large fixed window.

The following is seen in the galley with all new appliances:

  • Dual stainless steel undermount sink with InSinkErator garbage disposal unit
  • Double ”Dacor” ovens/connection/microwave
  • Wolf induction stove mounted into the center island
  • ”Dacor” refrigerator/freezers- model DRF36C700SR
  • Miele undercounter dishwasher
  • Double ”Perlick” refrigerator drawers in new center island
  • New headliner and lighting
  • Day head
  • Stairs to flybridge
Dining and Main Salon
  • All new custom furniture, headliner, carpet, TV and lighting.

The main and dining salon is located all the way aft on the main deck. It is one half level down from the pilothouse and galley area with a carpeted stairway centerline forward. All the way aft is a stainless steel framed locking sliding glass panel door with sidelights out to the aft deck. In the house sides are large fixed windows with blinds. The salon and dining area are divided fore and aft with the dining salon forward and the main salon aft. The dining salon has a finished wood inlaid dining table on twin pedestal mounts. At the table is seating for 6. Below the windows in the house sides are storage cabinets. Forward of the dining table is a storage buffet and glass paneled hutch with storage for crystal, glass, china, and silverware. To starboard is a bar with granite countertop. In the bar is a stainless steel sink and faucet. In the bar is a new ice machine and a U-Line wine cooler. Outboard to starboard is a liquor storage cabinet.

The main salon aft has an L-shaped built-in couch and two barrel swivel chairs. At the couch is a glass top cocktail table. Entertainment is provided to the main salon via a LED TV on an electric lift in a built-in cabinet along the starboard house sides. It is interfaced into the DirecTV satellite TV system and a DVD player. The switch to lift and lower the TV is located inside the A/V cabinet.

Starboard side and aft of the TV is a cabinet with the following A/V components:

  • Custom pop-up TV
  • DirecTV HDR plus satellite receiver
  • LG Blu-ray player
  • Denon model #AVR-1707 A/V receiver
  • Russound model #ST2 XM satellite radio tune
  • JVC model #XL-FZ258 5-disc CD player
  • Russound model #CAM6.6 multi-zone controller
Deck Arrangement & Equipment

The molded nonskid decks of the foredeck and side decks are protected by a low boxed bulwark on top of which is a waist-high polished stainless steel welded rail. In the stem are a set of stainless steel anchor chutes and a recessed well housing the anchor windlasses. Aft of the anchor windlasses is a flush fiberglass latched hinged hatch down to the forepeak and chain locker.

 

The forward housetop is finished with low stainless steel grab rails and a large sun pad. Beneath the sun pad is a molded nonskid finish. Forward is a Taylor-made aluminum framed dark smoked Plexiglass dogged and gasketed hinged hatch down to the forward accommodations. In the main deck, bulwarks are flush-mounted deck-level lights. Forward are polished stainless steel fairleads to bolted polished stainless steel bitts on the deck. In the bulwarks amidships and aft are bolted polished stainless steel combination fairlead cleats. 

 

On the house sides port and starboard are dogged and gasketed lockable sliding doors to the pilothouse. On the house sides aft are stainless steel grab rails. On the starboard side deck is a potable water fill, and on the bulwark top is a diesel fuel fill. In the port side deck is a waste pump outfitting and potable water fill. In the port bulwark top is a single diesel fuel fill. A single step aft with teak overlay decking provides access to the cockpit deck. A single-part gate in the port and starboard rails provide access to the side decks. At the gates are anodized aluminum tide ride mounts. A 7-tread anodized aluminum tide ride ladder was seen on the dock during these inspections.

 

The teak overlay decks of the aft deck are protected by waist-high boxed bulwarks and by the boat deck overhang. In the overheads are flush-mounted lights, two closed-circuit television camera domes, and marinized stereo speakers. Forward is a stainless steel framed lockable sliding glass door to the salon. To starboard down low is the engine room fire suppression system pull. To port is a stainless steel curved ladder with teak treads to a hinged fiberglass hatch and the boat deck. To port at the end of the house is a flush hatch housing a backing station with main engine start/stops, bow thruster control, and MTU main engine electronic controls.

 

In the port and starboard aft corners are line handling stations with Lewmar 24-volt DC vertical warping windlasses operated by flush-mounted foot switches on deck. At the line handling stations are stainless steel fairleads to raised bolted stainless steel bitts. At the base of each line handling station are Glendinning Cablemasters and dockside cable television with phone jack connections. To port is a dockside pressurized water connection. To starboard is a potable water wash-down bib. In the bulwark above the port line handling station is the aft black water tank pump outfitting.

 

The aft deck is furnished with a built-in bench seat with cushions and a varnished inlay pedestal mount table with five teak deck chairs. Below the bench seat cushions is a Freeman quick-acting dogged and gasketed hatch serving as an emergency escape from the engine room and crew area.

 

Port and starboard adjacent to the bench seat are stainless steel gates with clear Plexiglas weatherboards providing access to the teak overlay steps down to the swim platform.

 

The molded nonskid decks of the swim platform are protected by removable hoop-style stainless steel handrails. Port, starboard, and centerline are stainless steel popup cleats. On the transom corners and at the transom on the centerline are stainless steel grab rails. At the port companionway is a small locker housing a telephone-type shower.

 

The centerline on deck is a hinged hatch on pneumatic ram assist to a deep storage locker. This space is finished in molded nonskid and fitted with a Rule 500-gallon per hour automatic DC electric submersible bilge pump.

 

The centerline on the transom is a quick-acting dogged and gasketed hinged lockable door to the aft accommodations and the engine room. 

 

The flybridge is accessed from the starboard side of the galley via a set of circular stairs and a sliding stainless steel and glass hatch. At the helm is a stainless steel destroyer wheel. The flybridge area has a molded nonskid finish and fiberglass hardtop attached to the radar arch aft and stanchions forward. In the overhead are lights. The flybridge is protected with full bulwarks. On top of the bulwarks is a stainless steel framed windshield. There are ACR model #RCL-100 remote searchlights in the pilothouse brow. At the helm are three Stidd pedestal mount helm chairs. There are small wing stations port and a starboard. Starboard aft is an L-shaped lounge with a table. There are cushions, covers, and storage beneath. In the seat void are the Davit electro-hydraulic power pack and hot/cold hose bibs. To port is a stone-topped bar with two pedestal mount stools, under counter refrigerator, a bar sink, and a Kenyon electric grill. There is a passageway aft to the boat deck.

 

The following gear and equipment are noted:

 

  • Garmin radar array
  • Stainless steel mast extension with anchor light
  • GPS antennas
  • Garmin anemometer boom
  • (5) Fiberglass whip antennas
  • Kahlenberg model #D1, dual trumpet chrome plated bronze pneumatic ship’s horn
  • (2) KVH satellite domes
  • Newmar hailer horn
  • (2) Aft facing floodlights
  • Steaming light

 

The molded nonskid decks of the boat deck are protected by low-toe rails and waist-high stainless steel handrails. Forward to the port is a circular settee with cushions, covers, and storage beneath. Opposite to starboard is a Jacuzzi hot tub with a sun pad.

 

To starboard stowed fore and aft is the davit and Walker Bay tender carried on removable painted aluminum tender chocks. To port is a hinged flush hatch and ladder down to the after deck.

 

Machinery

Engine Room

The engine room on board “LADY B” is primarily entered via a quick-acting dogged and gasketed door in the aft engine room bulkhead centerline from the crew passageway. The engine room is lit via overhead LED lighting. The decks are lift-out plywood panels with a diamond plate pattern rubber overlay. The engine room overhead is insulated behind powder-coated perforated aluminum sheathing. The forward and aft bulkheads are insulated via laminate-faced plywood. Port and starboard are drop-in aluminum fuel tanks each with an indicated capacity of 1,160 gallons. Each tank is fitted with sight-level gauges with isolation valves. There are polished stainless steel handrails around the main engines. In the overhead is a CCTV camera in a plastic dome.

The engine room is protected via two Fireboy model #GA-2300-227HFC227 49.7-lb. fixed fire suppression bottles – one located port and one located starboard – each with automatic thermal discharge sensors above each main engine and at each bottle with a remote cable pull from the aft deck.

The engine room is found to be neat, clean, and in good condition. The following gear and equipment are noted inside the engine room:

  • (2) x MTU 10V2000CR freshwater cooled marine diesel (Port 3,722 hrs. /Stbd. 3,818 hrs.)
  • (2) x ZF model #ZF2050A reversing gears
  • Northern Lights model #M864W3-25KW 25-kW generator / Rebuilt (702 hrs.)
  • Northern Lights model #M944W-30KW 30-kW generator (4,893 hrs.)
  • Sea Recovery Aqua Whisper model #SRC AQUA WHISPER 1,200-gallon per day water-maker, serial #AWC9363508072. Its hour meter reads 1,889. This system has a freshwater flush system, an oily water separator, a commercial pre-filter, and a Watermakers Inc. digital TDS display
  • Craftsman 110-volt AC compressor with twin air receiver tanks
  • Jabsco model #6050-003 ¾-hp 110-volt AC rubber impeller type emergency bilge pump with suction manifold
  • Headhunter Tidal Wave sewage treatment plant. The sewage treatment plant has the following:
    • (2) x Hiblow aeration blowers – one for the treatment system and one for the forward holding tank Polypropylene chlorine holding tank
  • Technicold chill water air conditioning system rated at 96,000 BTUs, or 8 tons of cooling capacity. This system consists of:
    • (2) x Technicold model #CW48SC 4-ton scroll compressor units each on a variable frequency drive with a Ranco digital thermostat (New 2022).
    • Scott model #3721.2X1IMP400079 ¾-hp AC electric seawater cooling pump
    • Scott model #681.25X1IMP344 1/3-hp chill-water circulating pump
    • Chill water makeup line off of the potable water system with an isolation valve, regulator, and pressure gauge
  • Reverso model #GP3024, 24-volt DC reversible oil change pump with a manifold with valves and lines to each main engine, each gearbox, and each generator sump
  • Snap-on toolbox with assorted hand tools
  • (2) x Woods model #SC800 1 ½-hp AC electric engine room intake fans
  • (2) x Woods model #SC600 1 ½-hp AC electric engine room exhaust fans
  • (2) x Hull side vent boxes fit with demister vent grills and drains
  • 24-volt DC house battery bank
  • Charles model #93-24605SP 24-volt, 60-amp house battery charger
  • 24-volt DC main engine start battery bank
  • Victron Energy Centaur 24-volt, 60-amp main engine battery charger
  • (2) x Generator 12-volt start batteries
  • Charles model #93-12205SP 12-volt, 20-amp generator start battery charger
  • Pacific Mariner designed, built, and installed a 24-volt DC distribution panel. This panel has the following: 
    • Digital volt and ammeters with bank selector switches
    • DC main breakers for the pilothouse sub panel, engine room sub panel, inverter, and main engine electrical power supply
    • Magnetic breakers protecting each 24-volt DC circuit
    • Battery disconnect switches for main engines, house, starboard generator, and port generator with battery parallel switch between the main engine and house battery banks
  • Naiad bow thruster hydraulic reservoir with sight glass thermometer, internal cooler, and filter
  • Naiad model #302 stabilizer hydraulic reservoir with sight glass thermometer, internal cooler, and external filter
  • (2) x Rule model #3700 24-volt DC submersible bilge pumps with automatic float switches and separate high bilge alarms
  • Sea Star model #HP5810 hydraulic steering reservoir with pressure gauge and external filter
  • Sen-Dure cooler off of the starboard main engine raw water cooling circuit
    Simrad model #RPU160 24-volt DC autopilot pump
  • (2) x 10-lb. dry chemical handheld fire extinguishers

 

Main Engines

 “LADY B” is powered by a pair of MTU model 10V 2000 freshwater-cooled marine diesel, each rated at 1,500 Hp at 2450 RPM. The reversing gears are by ZF. They are both model #ZF2050 A with a ratio of 2.029:1.

Both main engine exhausts are DeAngelo Marine fiberglass wrapped, and blanketed stainless steel risers with bolted stainless steel flanges; bellow flex sections to stainless steel water injection rings all hung from the engine room overhead via rubber isolated hangers. The exhaust system continues to molded fiberglass exhaust hull bottom discharges each fit with idle bypass lines out the transom with mufflers located port and starboard in the steering compartment. The exhaust system is connected via a VHT silicone exhaust hose. Both main engines and reversing gears are single isolation mounted via MTU engine mounts. PTO driven off the port main engine left-hand auxiliary drive is a Naiad stabilizer hydraulic pump. PTO driven off the starboard main engine left auxiliary drive is a Sea Star steering hydraulic pump.

Each main engine has a 24-volt start and starts with a single battery bank. There is a parallel switch to the house battery bank. The belt driven off the front of each main engine is a 24-volt alternator. Each main engine has dual Racor model #75/1000MAX fuel water filter separators

with vacuum gauges. The engine controls are MTU Electronic. There are MDEC electronic engine displays in the wheelhouse and flybridge. Each engine has a CRS300 plastic coolant recovery tank. Each engine has an electric block heater.

Engine Hours

Port:              3,722 hours as of 03/12/24
Starboard:       3,818 hours as of 03/12/24

Generators

“LADY B” has a pair of Northern Lights generators. The port side generator is a model #M864W3-25KW rated at 25-kW, 1800 RPM, single phase, 60-cycle, 240/120-volts at 104/208 amps. It is a Northern Lights model #PX-325K2 electrical end driven by a Lugger model #864 4-cylinder freshwater-cooled marine diesel. This generator was rebuilt in 2022, as of 03/12/24 it had 702 hours.

The starboard side generator is a model #M944W-30KW rated at 30-kW, 1800 RPM, single phase, 60-cycle, 240/120-volt at 125/250 amps. It is a Northern Lights model #PX-332K2 electrical end driven by a Lugger model #944 4-cylinder freshwater-cooled marine diesel; as of 03/12/24, it had 4893 hours. 

Both generator exhausts consist of water-jacketed cast iron manifolds, water-injected stainless steel elbows, fiberglass water lift mufflers, fiberglass water separating mufflers with exhaust, and the water discharge out the respective hull sides. The exhaust system is connected via an exhaust hose. Both generators are double isolation mounted and located in Northern Lights insulated hard sound shields with removable access panels. 

Each generator has a 12-volt start and starts its battery bank. The belt driven off of the front of each generator is a 12-volt alternator. PTO driven off the front of the starboard generator via an electrically actuated clutch is a Denison model #T6C0203L00 bow thruster hydraulic pump.

Each generator has a Racor model #500 fuel water filter separator. Each generator has Northern Lights model #S-3C remote start/stops on the main electrical panel in the crew passageway.

Generator hours

Port:                702      as of March 12, 2024
Starboard:       4893    as of March 12, 2024

        

Navigation, Electronics, Communication & Monitoring Equipment

“Lady B” is primarily a dual station yacht with the majority of her electronics, communication, and navigation equipment being located between the wheelhouse and flybridge stations. There are also port and starboard wing stations at the flybridge and an aft driving station on the aft deck.

WHEELHOUSE

  • (3) Garmin 16” LCD displays with touchscreen multifunction nav units
  • GPS chartplotter 
  • Garmin GSD 24 black box color sounder
  • Garmin Fantom 54, -mile color radar
  • Inputs from Elbex CCTV camera system and the FLIR night vision camera
  • Ritchie Powerdamp compass
  • Furuno model #GP37 GPS WAAS unit
  • ICOM model #IC-M604 VHF radio 
  • (2) Garmin GMI20 multifunction displays for wind, speed, and depth
  • (2) MTU MDEC electronic engine displays
  • Ship’s monitoring touchscreen display
  • (6) Bilge pump rocker switches
  • (2) ACR model #RCL100 remote spotlight controls
  • Elbex model #EXS142 CCTV camera switcher
  • Naiad MultiSea II stabilizer control
  • Naiad bow thruster control
  • Flir night vision camera control
  • Windshield wiper controls with wash
  • Simrad model #AP48 automatic pilot
  • MTU single lever electronic engine controls with command, synchronizer, and troll
  • Main engine start/stop panels
  • KVH TracPhone 
  • Fireboy override panel

FLYBRIDGE

  • (2) Garmin GPSMAP 8612, 12” touchscreen multifunction nav units. 
  • GPS chartplotter
  • Garmin GSD 24 black box color sounder
  • Garmin Fantom 54, -mile color radar
  • Inputs from Elbex CCTV camera system and the FLIR night vision camera
  • Ritchie compass
  • ICOM model #ICM604 VHF radio 
  • Garmin GMI20 multifunction displays for depth, speed, and wind
  • (2) ACR model #RCL100 remote spotlight controls
  • Fireboy engine room fixed fire suppression system override panel
  • Naiad stabilizer control panel
  • Naiad bow thruster control
  • Simrad model #AP26 automatic pilot
  • Main engine start/stops
  • (2) MTU single lever electronic engine controls

PORT AND STARBOARD FLYBRIDGE WING STATIONS

  • MTU single lever electronic engine controls
  • Bow thruster control

AFT DECK DRIVING STATION

  • MTU single lever electronic engine controls
  • Bow thruster control
  • Main engine start/stops

OWNER’S STATEROOM

  • Simrad model #IS12 multifunction depth, speed, and wind display

PORT CREW

  • Simrad model #IS12 multifunction depth, speed, and wind display

 

Watersports

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