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Expedition Yacht Converted Baltic Tug

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Boat REF# 120414
Sold / Unavailable
Length 110'0"
Year 1990
Construction Steel
Underwater profile Full-Displacement
Sleeping berths 8
Engine 1 x diesel 950hp, SKL 6 cylinder turbo charged diesel engine type 6V (1990)
Lying Phuket / Thailand


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Extra Details

Designer Martin Francis
Builder Veb J. Warnke Germany
Lying Phuket / Thailand


Engine 1 x diesel 950hp
Engine make and model SKL 6 cylinder turbo charged diesel engine type 6V (1990)
Engine Hours Not Recorded
Engine Cooled Indirect
Steering wheel
Drive shaft
Prop(s) 4-bladed variable pitch propeller
Fuel consumption (approx) 24.2 USG /hour At Cruising Speed
Cruising speed (approx) 10 knots
Generator output 75KVA
Water-maker tick

MAIN ENGINES: 1 x 950hp (at 1,000 rpm) SKL 6 cylinder turbo charged diesel engine type 6VD-26/20 AL2 (air start)
GEAR BOXES: Abus Getriebe gearbox type SS6K with 3.934:1 ratio.
SHAFTS & PROPELLERS: Single shaft with 4-bladed variable pitch propeller type NV49/4-A (60”/150cm diameter) (electro hydraulic with HY200 automatic control unit).
Cruising speed about 10 knots (at 995 rpm) for a
fuel consumption of about 100 litres (26 US
gallons) per hour (including generator)
Maximum speed about 11.4 knots for a fuel
consumption of about 125 litres (33 US gallons)
per hour (including generator)
RANGE: 2,200 Nautical miles approx @ 10 knots.
ENGINES HOURS: Complete rebuild late 2009, exact hours not available, but very little use since rebuild.
GENERATORS: Northern Light 55 kw, new January 2010 – approx hours: 1080.
Baodouin 75 kw, rebuilt in 2009 – approx hours
after rebuild: 1100.
ELECTRICITY 220v/380v AC, 50 Hz, 3-phase/single phase, 24 v DC
SHORE POWER 380 v AC, 50 Hz, 3-phase (125 amps)
BATTERIES 2 x 24 v DC radio batteries
2 x 24 v DC crane batteries (2 batteries each)
2 x 24 v DC generator start batteries
6 x 24 v DC hotel/service batteries
Total battery output 1,440 ah (all new 2009)
STEERING SYSTEM: Kort nozzle hydraulic steering system and rudder.
BOW THRUSTER: Rexroth 125hp bowthruster coupled to main engine hydraulic pump.
STABILIZERS: 2 x Vosper Fins (18.8 sq.ft/1.75sq.m) coupled to main engine hydraulic pump.
FUEL SEPARATOR: In-Line filtration system mounted on main machinery (engine and generators).
OIL/WATER SEPARATOR: VEB type 0.2 oil centrifuge (200 litres/53 US gallons per hour capacity).
VEB type 0.2 fuel centrifuge (200 litres/53 US
gallons per hour capacity).


Length 110'0"
Beam 27'7"
Draft Min 8'10"
Draft Max 8'10"
Displacement 727,650.0lbs
Headroom 6'7"
Storage On marina

Electrical Systems

24 volt, 12 batteries charged by: engine, shore power, generator


Construction Steel
Underwater profile Full-Displacement
Finish Paint finish

Converted Baltic Tug. Completely rebuilt in 1998-1999. Bureau Vertias I + 3 / .3e & Charter Yacht
Welded steel hull and aluminium superstructure
Iroko laid decks.
Ballast: 4 tons (lead blocks).
TANK CAPACITIES (approximate).
FUEL: 22,500 litres (5,944 US gallons).
WATER: 8,000 litres (2,113 US gallons).
LUB OIL: 1,000 litres (264 US gallons) in 2 tanks.
DIRTY LUB OIL: 1,000 litres (264 US gallons).
GREY WATER: 2,600 litres (687 US gallons).
BLACK WATER: 2,100 litres (555 US gallons).


Total # of berths 8
No. of double berths 4
Cabin(s) 4
Sink 4
Shower 4
Heads 4 heads (Manual)
Stove tick
Broiler tick
Oven tick
Sink tick
Fridge tick
Freezer tick
Air conditioning tick
Pressurised water system tick
Hot water system tick
Bar Sink tick
Microwave tick
Dishwasher tick
Washing Machine tick
Dryer tick

OWNER: 1 x Double cabin with bathroom en suite, Samsung 32” plasma TV.
GUESTS: 3 x double/twin cabins (interchangeable) with Neomediam shower units en suite, Samsung 26” plasma TV’s.
CREW: Captain’s twin cabin with shower room
3 x twin cabins sharing 2 shower rooms.

AIR CONDITIONING: Snori air chilled water system (new 1999) with 2 x Copeland air compressors: 4SAH-2000-AWM (new 2010). Individual thermostatic controls.

BOILERS: 3 x hot water boilers (2 x 200 litres/53 US gallons and 1 x 100 litres/26 US gallons).
W.C.' S: Evac fresh water system (new 1999).
600 bottle wine store (lazarette).

4 burner propane Stove

Nav Equipment

Compass tick
Speed tick
Log tick
Wind tick
Radar tick
VHF DSC radio tick
SSB tick
GPS tick
Chart plotter tick
Autopilot tick
Navtex tick
Stereo tick
Navigation lights tick
TV tick

2 x Furuno Inmarsat C mobile earth stations type F

2 x Furuno IB 581 monitors and 2 x Furuno telex
printers type PP-510 (GMDSS with 4 x Furuno type
IC-300 Distress Alert Units)
1 x Nera Inmarsat mini-M satellite communication
1 x Fleet77, Thrane & Thrane (new 2009). Satellite
communication system for voice and data.
Wireless Broadband throughout living areas
(within 3G/GSM/GPRS network)
VHF RADIOTELEPHONES: 2 x portable VHF radiotelephones (GMDSS)
2 x 25w Furuno type FM-8500 VHF/DCS
radiotelephones (GMDSS)
1 x 400w Furuno MF/HF SSB radiotelephone type
FS-5000 (GMDSS)
MAGNETIC COMPASS Gehna type 11 32005 magnetic compass
GYRO COMPASS: Tokimec type ES-140 gyro compass with 2 x repeaters type PB 21-1 on bridge wings.
AUTOMATIC PILOT: Tokimec type PR 1585 autopilot
LOG: Ben Marine “Anthea” log
ECHO SOUNDER: Furuno LCD sounder type LS 8000
RADAR: Furuno type FR 7041 radar (72 mile range)
GPS Tokimec type GR 2000 GPS
CHART PLOTTER: Navionics electronic chart system
NAVTEX Furuno type NX-500
WIND INSTRUMENTS: Raytheon wind speed and direction indicator

Deck Gear

Bimini tick
Rode tick
Fenders tick
Davits tick
Swim Platform tick
Swim Ladder tick
Passerelle tick
Bow Thruster tick

Electric electric 380 v AC windlass
2 anchors
(2 x 795 lb / 360 kg)
393'9" of chain
18ft center console dinghy (unknown year)
90hp outboard, Honda (unknown year)
15ft rigid Inflatable tender with 20hp Honda
2 x 1500hp Bombardier Seadoos Polaris Jet Ski's.
Kayaks 2 x double kayaks.
Scuba Gear (8 sets).
AFT WARPING CAPSTANS: 2 x aft capstans rated at 6,600 lb/3,000 kg (new 1999).
BOAT CRANE & DAVITS: 2 x Besenzoni telescopic cranes (SWL 1,323 lb / 600 kg) (electric 24 v DC).
PASSERELLE: Portable (width 35”/90cm) (B.V.spec)
Hydraulic swimming platform with ladder.
1 x Sanshin Dengu remote controlled Search Light.


Kayak tick

2 x 1500hp Bombardier Seadoos Polaris Jet Ski's
2 x double kayaks
Scuba Gear (8 sets)

Safety Equipment

Liferaft tick
Life jackets tick
Life buoys tick
Searchlight tick
Horn tick
EPIRB 406MHz tick
Swim ladder tick

2 bilge pumps (0 manual / 2 electric)

SAFETY 2 x 20 man Bombard type AMM20 liferafts in glass fibre valises with Hammar hydrostatic
5 x immersion suits
1 x Kannad type 406 WH Sarsat Cospas
1 x Rescuer SART 9GHZ
FIRE FIGHTING 1 x VEB electric fire pump (80m3/21,134 US
gallons per hour capacity) with VEB bilge pump
Fixed CO2 engine room fire fighting installation
1 x portable electric fire pump
2 x fire fighting suits with breathing apparatus
CO2 extinguishers throughout
ALARMS: Smoke detectors throughout
General alarms and machinery alarms in
VEB bilge pump type KMRB 100L with back-up
electric motor type VEB VR2
Portable electric pump
Each pump capable of 80m3/21,134 US gph

Broker's Comments

*** Further huge price reduction,owners looking for a quick sale, as is where is***
Converted Baltic Tug, redesigned by Martin Francis and completely rebuilt in at C.M.N., France between 1998-1999, at a cost of in excess of 1 million US$. She is a beautiful robust ocean going luxury yacht.

These boat details are subject to contract


Full paint of hull and superstructure
Under hull antifouling
All anodes replaced
Propellor coated
Rebuild of swim platform
Fleet 77 sattelite communications installed
Remodel of flying bridge lounge area
Full out of water survey in 2009 to Bureau Veritas Class requirments
In hull storage and machinery spaces painted
Flying bridge guest service area installed.

Interior guest accommodation re modeled and painted
Interior furnishings replaced with new furniture and décor
Massage room installed
All guest cabins installed with entertainment systems
Multi zone sound system installed
Bar installed
Dinning table installed
New lighting for guest accomadation, Dinning area and interior living areas
New office installed with voice and data capabilities and private entertainment area
All bathrooms re modeled
New teak floors in interior living areas
Safes installed in all guest cabins
Cabin furniture replaced
All floors polished
Samsung split system airconditioner fitted in office.

New teak deck on flying bridge
Bridge deck and lower deck recaulked and sanded with the smallest defect repaired
New sunbrella covered cusions for all outside furniture and lounge areas
New rattan furniture for flying bridge and bridge deck entertainment areas
New outdoor freezer unit on bridge deck
Outside ice machine installed on bridge deck
Sun awning on bridge deck repaired
Outdoor teak dinning table for bridge deck with 8 person capacity
All rail cappings sanded back to bare wood and varnished with epithanes marine varnish 5 coates
New bar fridge installed on flying bridge
New stainless dive ladder
New sunbrella protection cusions for around swim platform
Fishing rod holders for game fishing equipment installed
Two portable seats/ice boxes with matching sunbrella cusions installed.

New compressor installed as back up for airstart system on main engine
Airconditioning system upgraded with new compressors, auto control system, evaporator and fresh and sea water pumps
New northern lights 55kw generator installed
Boudine generator 75kw rebuilt
Main engine checked and new fuelpump installed
Automatic fuel system for daily service tank installed
Automatic system for air start compressors installed
Bilge system checked and upgraded
Fresh water pump system replaced with new pumps
Eletrical systems checked and repaired or updated
New batteries
new battery charger
All overboard valves and seacocks removed and checked for out of water survey
Shaft crack tested and seals checked or replaced
New seal in Variable pitch oil delivery box
Shaft alignment checked
Telegraph system repaired and put back into service
All sea chests and strainers checked
All tanks checked and cleaned
Engine room domestic frezzer upgraded
Engine room wine chiller and beverage storage upgraded
Two American copeland compressors rebuilt as spares for airconditioning system
Gearbox rebuilt
New injectors installed.

Fleet 77 voice and data installed
Bridge alarm system checked and upgraded
Telegraph repaired and put back into service
SSB radio repaired
All VHF radios checked and upgraded
New blinds and paint
Electronics distribution board installed
Wireless broad band internet system installed to cover whole vessel
All gauges repaired and checked against engine room data.

This Expedition Yacht Converted Baltic Tug has been personally photographed and viewed by Alan of Boatshed Phuket. Click here for contact details.
The particulars herein are intended to give a fair description of the vessel but are not guaranteed as accurate. They shall not form part of any offer or contract for the sale of the vessel. The prospective purchaser is recommended to independently check the particulars. The vendor is not selling in the course of a business unless otherwise stated. Personal property is excluded from the sale of the vessel unless specifically included in the listing specifications above or in a Purchase Contract. Personal property may be equipment or gear not permanently attached to the vessel including but not limited to: artwork, entertainment equipment, fishing equipment, TV receivers, recreational equipment, kayaks, tools, and personal appliances. Photos that may incidentally depict owners' personal property do not convey that such items are included in the sale of the vessel unless specifically listed herein.

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