RED DRAGON - ALLOY

RED DRAGON 169' 8" ALLOY 2008 ЦЕНА ЯХТЫ ПО ЗАПРОСУ

Характеристики

Апартаменты:
4 каюты
Длина:
169' 8" (51.70 m)
Ширина:
33' 6" (10.20 m)
Год постройки:
2008
Судостроитель:
ALLOY
Тип судна:
Sloop
Двигатели:
1 двиг. Caterpillar 32 C
Крейс. скорость:
12 Kts. (14 MPH)
Макс. скорость:
15 Kts. (17 MPH)
Местонахождение:
Mallorca Spain
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Основная информация

Судостроитель:
ALLOY
Тип судна:
Sloop
Модельный год:
2008
Год постройки:
2008
Год обновления:
2013
Страна:
Spain

Размеры

Длина общая:
169' 8" (51.70m)
Ширина:
33' 6" (10.20m)
Мин. осадка:
16' 1" (4.90m)

Скорость, вместимость и масса

Крейс. скорость:
12 Kts. (14 MPH)
Макс. скорость:
15 Kts. (17 MPH)
Чистый вес:
384 Pounds
Вместимость воды:
2000 Gallons
Объем топливного бака:
11100 Gallons

Размещение

Спальные места:
8
Каюты экипажа:
5
Спальных мест экипажа:
10

Корпус и палуба

Материал корпуса:
Aluminum
Дизайнер корпуса:
Dubois Naval Architects
Дизайнер экстерьера:
Dubois Naval Architects
Дизайнер интерьера:
Wilmotte & Associates

Информация о двигателе

Двигатели:
1
Производитель:
Caterpillar
Модель:
32 C

DETAILED SPECIFICATIONS

MAIN CHARACTERISTICS
TYPE Sailing Yacht
HULL NO. AY36
RIG Sloop
BUILDER Alloy Yachts International Ltd, New Zealand
NAVAL ARCHITECT Dubois Naval Architects
EXTERIOR DESIGN Dubois Naval Architects
INTERIOR DESIGN Wilmotte & Associates
YEAR
REFIT
2008
2013
CLASSIFICATION Lloyds +100A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6 LMC
CONSTRUCTION Hull, Deck and Superstructure in 5083 Aluminium
Alloy; 6061 Extrusions. Teak laid decks
CREW 10
FLAG Cayman Islands
ENGINES 1 x 1400Hp CAT 32 C
GT 384 tons
DISPLACEMENT 436.6 tons (full load/SWL)
SPEED & RANGE UNDER POWER
MAXIMUM SPEED 15 knots approx.
CRUISING SPEED 12 knots approx.
FUEL CONSUMPTION Approx. 60-64 litres / 16-17 US gallons per hour at 1,600 rpm @ 12 knots
Approx. 120 litres /32 US gallons per hour at
1,950 rpm @15.3 knots
RANGE 4,900nm at cruising speed of 13 knots at a fuel consumption of approx. 95 litres /25 US gallons/hour
CAPACITIES
ACCOMMODATION 8 x Guests in 4 cabins (1 x Pullman in gym)
1 x Owner; 2 x Double; 1 x Twin
CREW 10 x Crew in 5 cabins 4 x Upper & Lower berths
1 x Double Captain
FUEL 46,200 litres /12,204 US gallons
FRESH WATER 11,100 litres /2,932 US gallons
LUBE OIL 620 litres / 163 US gallons
DIRTY OIL 750 litres /198 US gallons
GREY WATER 2,000 litres /528 US gallons
BLACK WATER 2,000 litres /528 US gallons
SLUDGE AND SPILL TANK 650 litres /171 US gallons
HYDRAULIC OIL 570 litres /150 US gallons
BILGE WATER 500 litres /132 US gallons
VESSEL WALKTHROUGH
The 52m performance cruising sloop is the 24th sailing yacht and the fourth over 50m built by Alloy Yachts, New Zealand. Construction began in March 2006 and she was delivered to her owners in February 2008. In broad concept, Red Dragon is similar to the 52m sloop Kokomo (now: PRANA), launched from Alloy Yachts in July 2006.
The main deck presents an unbroken vista from the aft cockpit, through the saloon/bar/dining area all the way to the forward wheelhouse, with the principal helming position situated on the fly bridge deck above. In the detailing, however, and the interior treatment, Red Dragon broke new ground when she was launched.
The design was kept within the limits that allow the yacht to transit both the Panama and Suez canals but still be large enough to cover more than 300 miles a day at sea.
The yacht also has sufficient tankage to enable her to cross the Pacific Ocean without stopping, which was important as well as it gives great flexibility when passage planning.
EXTERIOR
The lines are contemporary, with a near plumb bow, subtle sheer, sweeping low-profile coach roof and an extended aft deck flowing back to an elegant transom that slopes down to just above the waterline. The line of the coach roof extends into a long overhang, floating virtually unsupported over the aft cockpit.
The hull is finished in anthracite grey with a snow white superstructure. A vivid red covestripe provides a handsome accent against the dark hull and establishes a theme repeated on the boom. Set into the covestripe in Chinese characters is the name Red Dragon.
Further attention to detail is that the aft face of the boom exactly mirrors the angle of the transom. The dark windows of the coach roof wrap all the way around in an unbroken sweep of curved glass. The cockpit side windows slide up and down at the touch of a button.
Previous yachts of this class have had the engine air intakes concealed behind louvers. In its pursuit of clean, uncluttered design, Red Dragon has found another solution. The louvers are absent entirely and the air intakes are totally concealed within the recesses that accommodate the tinted glass panels along the side of the coach roof.
After boarding via the extending passarelle, or across the double articulating stern boarding platform, guests proceed across the extensive aft deck. This can be left clear, or used as a large sun-deck with guests reclining on free­standing loungers. Guests can also access the yacht via a hydraulic side-boarding stairway on the starboard side.
From the aft deck, guests descend two steps down into the aft cockpit, which is protected overhead by the flybridge overhang and can either be opened or closed on the sides by raising or lowering the curved glass side-windows. Further protection can be provided with clear stratoglass panels closing off the aft face of the cockpit. The cockpit has an alfresco dining area for ten and a lounging area with free-standing chairs arranged around a low coffee table.
Access to the flybridge is via two flights of stairs leading up from the port and starboard sides of the aft cockpit. The teak treads appear to float on narrow stainless steel columns and terminate at pneumatically powered sliding glass hatches which open onto the flybridge deck.
The flybridge is dominated by the twin helm stations, with engine and thruster controls duplicated at each station and the sail controls congregated on a central panel.
Aft of the helm stations are two L-shaped bench settees ranged around low coffee tables. A bar is then ranged athwart-ships across the aft side of the flybridge and behind the bar is an expansive sunbathing area with cushions. A bimini sun-awning can be erected to provide shade over the flybridge if required.
Perhaps the most obvious absence is any exterior timber. The 'traditional' varnished teak cap rails are replaced by an aluminium cap painted in the same anthracite grey as the hull.
Most components of the deck hardware package were built in-house. The sail plan includes the fully-battened mainsail and three headsails, all furling on Reckmann hydraulic units and compromising a large reacher, a 100 percent blade and staysail.
The crew tender and an array of water toys are stowed in a garage in the aft lazarette, which can be accessed through a hatch in the aft deck, or through a large watertight door when the transom folds out to create a boarding/swim platform. For ease of manoeuvring, Red Dragon features bow and stern thrusters. In calm conditions, the yacht can go sideways under the thrusters at 4 knots.
INTERIOR
The Wilmotte & Associates interior perfectly complements the exterior styling with its simple lines and subtle detailing.
The ambience they created is quiet, calming and elegant. The colours are muted and, combined with the light pouring in from the large surrounding windows; a tremendous sense of space is achieved. This sense is heightened by the impression that much of the furniture is suspended in space, separated from the floor and walls with light spilling from concealed recesses under and around the cabinets and wardrobes.
Entry to the main saloon is through custom-built sliding stainless steel and glass doors. The saloon features a formal lounge across the width of the superstructure with formal dining along the starboard side and a bar along the port side. A dramatic centreline staircase descends from the forward end of the saloon to the guest accommodation area on the lower deck. This stairway is a new design element. Its central placing not only creates distinct zones — bar, dining and saloon — on the main deck, but also creates a strong sense of connection between the communal entertainment areas of the yacht and the guest suites below. The wide stairway flows aft directly into a spacious companionway with three guest suites and what is currently used as a gymnasium and occasional cabin accessible from the same corridor. The companionway terminates at the full-beam owners' suite furthest aft.
The owner's suite spans the full beam of the yacht with a large bed on the centreline flanked by waist-high dressers and with generous full-length wardrobes on either side of the entryway. At the foot of the bed, a narrow cabinet contains a large pop-up LCD TV monitor. The large bathroom is behind the aft bulkhead with a freestanding bathtub set athwartships and separate toilet and shower cubicles on the port and starboard sides. The feeling of internal spaciousness is enhanced by furniture that appears to float unsupported with light spilling from under and behind the cabinetry from invisible sources.
The guest suites feature mirror-image double suites port and starboard with a third twin-bed suite (which also has a Pullman) located on the port side and mirrored to starboard by a fully equipped gymnasium. The gymnasium also includes a Pullman berth, if an extra bed is occasionally required, or alternatively if the next Owner has no use for a gym then all that would be required for its conversion to another twin cabin would be the removal of the gym equipment and the fabrication of a bed or beds. All the guest suites have individual climate control, en-suite bathrooms and full access to the Kaleidascape entertainment system with its vast library of movies and music. A day head is also situated off this companionway.
The wheelhouse is on the main deck forward, separated from the saloon by two automatic sliding doors set into the forward bulkhead. Custom-built pantograph doors also give access to the port and starboard side decks. The comprehensive instrument and electronics control panels and displays are set into pale grey stitched faux leather desks on either side of the service companionway which descends forwards down the centreline into the crew area.
The service companionway opens onto a landing with the Captain's double en-suite cabin to port and a fully-equipped laundry to starboard. Down another level, the companionway opens directly into the large galley, which is finished in stainless steel with glacier-white corian countertops and cabinet fronts. Following the L-shaped counter is a head-high suspended pot-storage rail. Inset into the counter is a large rectangular chilled stainless steel plate for preparing pastry. The galley is equipped with a custom `step-in' refrigerator and freezer, induction cook tops and wok and a commercial-style Convotherm oven.
Across from the galley on the port side, is the crew mess with seating for ten and a full array of ship's monitors and alarms. Access to the engine room is from the crew mess. Forward of the mess are four crew cabins, each with two bunks and ensuite bathrooms. The crew cabins are also equipped with access to the yacht's entertainment system, Brookes & Gatehouse 2020 sailing displays and the aft two cabins also have SeaTouch system monitors. At the forward end of the crew companionway is an access ladder to the foredeck.
MECHANICAL EQUIPMENT
ENGINES 1 x Caterpillar 32 C rated at 1,400Hp
ENGINE HOURS 10, 330 hours 21 APRIL, 2015
5 July 2011 - Complete overhaul at 6,515 hours
GEARBOX 1 x ZF3310 reverse reduction gear box 4.478.1
SHAFTS & PROPELLERS Hundersted variable pitch propeller and stainless
steel shaft
RUDDER ANGLE Alloy Yachts custom indicator
STEERING SYSTEM 2 x AC pumps Hydraulic steering system
1 x 24v DC backup pump
BOWTHRUSTER 1 x 140hp TRAC
STERN THRUSTER 1 x 140hp TRAC
ELECTRICITY 380v, 3 phase
GENERATORS 2 x 90 kW MP1064H Northern Lights common rail
GENERATOR HOURS Rebuilt at 9000 hours
21 APRIL 2015: Stbd: 22,205 hours; Port: 22,208 hours
SHORE POWER Mastervolt
BATTERIES 420 Amp hours 24v DC battery bank
6 x 60Amp Mastervolt battery chargers
INVERTER 6 x 5kW Masteramp
CONVERTER 1 x 75 kW Mastervolt shore power converter
AIR CONDITIONING 2 x 192,000 BTU each approx MarineAir reverse
cycle air conditioning system with 27 air
handlers located throughout the yacht
WATER MAKER Capacity to produce approximately 16,000 litres /
4,226 US gallons per day
WATER SYSTEM HEM
BILGE PUMP 2 x Hydraulic
1 x Hydraulic crash pump (located in deck locker)
BOILERS 2 x 700 litres / 184 US gallons capacity
TOILET SYSTEM Actana floor mounted
Multi stage, SCW192 - TWLC
SEWAGE SYSTEM Hamann
FUEL SEPARATOR/FILTER NFV fuel treatment with Separ filters
SAILS AND RIGGING
SAIL AREA 1,423m² Upwind
2,409m² Downwind
TOTAL 3,832m²
SAILS Doyle ICE (full set)
ICE is a cutting edge material that is stronger and
lighter than previous cloths and also very durable
MAIN SAIL 650m²
STAYSAIL 230m²
REACHER 783m²
BLADE 515m²
SPARS Marten Spars High Modulus carbon fibre main
mast, Marten Leisure furl boom
RIG & BOOM High Modulus carbon fibre rig and boom
MAST MEASUREMENTS 62.5m /205ft
STANDING RIGGING PBO by Future Fibres and Nitronic by BSI
RUNNING RIGGING Gleistein
FURLING GEAR 3 x Reckmann Headsail furlers
NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
MAGNETIC COMPASS 3 x SISR
GYRO COMPASS Alphatron optic
SATELLITE COMPASS Furuno SC50
AUTOMATIC PILOT Furuno
LOG/ECHO SOUNDER Furuno colour sounder
RADAR 2 x Furuno radars with 4ft scanners on main mast;
Radars are fully integrated into ship’s computer system
GPS 2 x Furuno
CHART PLOTTER Transas ECDIS electronic charts (worldwide)
MaxSea electronic chart system
3 x KEP Screens at bridge
3 x KEP Screens at fly bridge
WIND INSTRUMENTS Hydra 2000 Brookes & Gatehouse
MONITORING SYSTEM 8 x Touchscreens, Alloy Yachts custom
COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT
SATCOM 2 x Fleet 77 satellite communication systems
2 x VSAT 5009
With full Wi-Fi throughout vessel
CELLULAR SYSTEM Panasonic PABX GSM communication system
type 251M (Worldwide)
VHF 4 x Furuno VHF (in crew mess, wheelhouse & flybridge)
GMDSS VHF radiotelephone with DSC
4 x Handheld VHF
UHF RADIOTELEPHONES 4 x UHF radiotelephones
TELEPHONE EXCHANGE Panasonic telephone exchange with PABX interface
INTERCOM SYSTEM Intercom system linked through the PABX
COMPUTERS 2 x Ship’s laptops
PHOTOCOPIER/PRINTER 1 x A3 Okidata
DECK EQUIPMENT
ANCHOR WINDLASS 2 x Maxwell
ANCHORS 2 x 375kg CQR bow anchors
ANCHOR CHAIN 2 x 197.5m of 19mm stud linked chains
PASSERELLE 1 x 2.7m Alloy Yachts custom
SIDE BOARDING LADDER 1 x Hydraulic Alloy Yachts custom
SEARCHLIGHT 2 x Colour Light searchlights located on the lower
spreaders on the main mast
ENTERTAINMENT EQUIPMENT
TELEVISIONS
· 1 x 57inch Aquavision LCD – Owner’s
· 1 x 57inch Aquavision LCD – Saloon
· 1 x 26inch Aquavision LCD – Twin guest cabin
· 1 x 32inch Aquavision LCD – Gym
· 1 x 26inch Aquavision LCD – Port guest cabin
· 1 x 26inch Aquavision LCD – Starboard guest cabin
· 1 x 17inch Aquavision LCD – Captain’s cabin
· 1 x 32inch Aquavision LCD – Crew mess
· 1 x 17inch Aquavision LCD – All crew cabins
VIDEO AND AUDIO
· Full Crestron integrated control throughout
· Kaleidescape video/audio distribution system w/ 12 video zones and 6 audio zones
· Each cabin has Crestron control of Kaleidescape, Radio, IPod, masthead, spreader and
Night vision camera
AFT DECK PROJECTOR
· 1 x Runco VX2 l x digital light processing, 3 chip
PROJECTOR SCREEN
· 1 x 16.9 Super Onyx 1280 x 720 Native Stewart 100 in Greyhawk
GALLEY & LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT
GALLEY
· 2 x Miele dishwashers
· 1 x Gaggeneau induction stove
· 1 x Kuperbosch induction wok
· 2 x Convotherm professional ovens
· 1 x Hobart fridge with chilled pastry preparation surface
· Water and fan cooled refrigeration and freezer system operating on 4 x compressors
LAUNDRY
· 2 x Miele Professional clothes washing machine
· 2 x Miele Professional clothes drier

SECURITY & SAFETY EQUIPMENT
SAFETY
· 2 x 20-man Solas Surviva life rafts located in deck in glass fibre valises
· 3 x EPIRB
· 1 x SART
· 2 x Man Overboard Modules
· 15 x Survival suits
SECURITY
· 4 x CCTV, cameras 2 located on main mast, 2 located in engine room
· Sensors on all hatches and entrances to central alarm
· 1 x Safe in Owner’s cabin
· 1 x Safe in Captain’s cabin
· 1 x Safe at bridge
· 1 x Gun cupboard in Captain’s cabin
FIRE FIGHTING
· NOVEC 1230 in engine room and control room
· Lloyds approved sprinkler system with sprinkler heads in all cabins and
public areas
TENDERS & WATERSPORTS EQUIPMENT
TENDERS
· 1 x 23ft/7m Castoldi Jet tender
· 1 x 18ft/5.5m Zodiac Military spec tender with diesel outboard engine
DIVING
· 1 x Bauer Oceanus diving compressor
· 10 x full sets of diving equipment
DETAILS OF OVERHAULS
NORTHERN LIGHTS 90KW GENERATORS
· Both units were completely overhauled at 9,500 hours 12/11/10
· Stator and winds cleaned and mega tested, new short blocks fitted (block
crank pistons cam etc.) heads and other components serviced or replaced.
CATERPILLAR ENGINES
· Completely overhauled at 6,515 hours 5/75/7/11
· The engine was completely disassembled.
· Coolant pump had been serviced by a CAT agent
· New pistons, liners, bearings, heads and water pump.
· All parts serviced etc. so engine was completely overhauled.

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