Engine Specifications

Main engines:  2 Detroit - MTU Series 60, 4-cycle electronically controlled, set on Lo-Rez mounts and shaft couplings for vibration control

Main generators: 2 Isuzu 96 kW 60 Hertz 120-240 Volts

Emergency generator: Kubota 12 kW 60 Hertz 120-240 Volts

Safety and Navigation

Life rafts: 2 - 25 person each
Zodiacs: 2 - 16 person each
Radar: 2
Sonar: 1
Depth Sounder: 1
DSC/VHF: 1
VHF: 1
DSC/HF radio: 1
Navtex: 1
Autopilot: 1

Closed circuit video surveillance in 8 key areas
EPIRB (Emergency Position-Indicating Radio Beacon)
Smoke and fire detection and extinguisher systems
Crew (ISM certified)

Passenger Amenities

Staterooms:
7 doubles 150 sq. ft. 
1 single 120 sq. ft. 
1 Owner’s suite 350 sq. ft. 

Staterooms have private facilities, air conditioning, entertainment center, refrigerator and telephone

Salon and dining area has a bar, entertainment center and library

Sun Deck has full bar, spa and barbeque

Foredeck and owner’s favorite topside venue, "Rolf’s Roost".

Guest Internet and Communication 

Intellian V100 8W Aura Marine VSAT
Download speed (shore to ship) 2 Mbps
Upload (ship to shore) 1 Mbps
Contention Ratio of 4:1

Wi-Fi: accessible from main salon and dining room

Satellite phone: usage charges apply

 

Yacht Specifications

Length: 141 feet
Beam: 24 feet
Draft: 7 feet
Tonnage: 318 tons
Stabilizers: Vosper Active
Fuel cap: 10,000 gal
Range: 3,000 miles
Desalinator: 2.500 gallons per day
Guests: 16
Crew: 10
Naturalist: 1

Environment and Sustainability

All staff receive ongoing training in environmental issues.

All waste generated is separated in organic, recyclable , non recyclable and hazardous material before disposal.

The waste water treatment system is capable of processing up to 2,000 gallons per day. The Headhunter HMX unit is not only compliant with IMO MEPC.227(64), but is also equipped with an electrocatalytic system that generates sodium hypochlorite from seawater, eliminating consumable chlorine during operation. The six-stage treatment system treats both black and gray water, producing a sterile effluent for disposal. 

There is also a bilge water separator with an OMD unit to make sure no oily water above 15ppm gets pumped into the sea. Bilge water has been further reduced to a minimum with the use of Duramax mecanical shaft seals, which meet or exceed current MARPOL regulations.