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|Type||Yachts à moteur|
|Type de Moteur / Essence||Diesel|
|Matériau de la Coque||Acier|
|Numéro de coque||feadship1985|
|Proposé par||Northrop and Johnson (Monaco)|
Explora was built in 1985 by Van Lent Feadship with naval architect H.W. DeVoogt. In 2002, the yacht under previous ownership was fully rebuilt from stem to stern, top to bottom. There was not one area of the yacht that was not rebuilt, replaced, or refurbished. All work on the yacht was done in co-operation with Feadship to make sure that the Feadship integrity and name was enhanced in the overall restoration.
In 2008 there was an addition of a Jacuzzi on the sundeck and zero speed stabilizers. Under her current ownership, Explora underwent a further significant refit in 2017 at Balk Shipyard, Holland where she was fully repainted and one of the guest staterooms was converted into a guest spa.
With a timeless interior by Pembroke & Ives, Explora is a truly spectacular vessel maintained to the highest level by an experienced crew and dedicated owner.
US DUTY PAID
|Vitesse de Croisière||10.5kn|
|Longeur Hors Tout||46.63m|
|Tirant d'Eau Max.||2.72m|
|Réservoirs à Eau Douce|
|Réservoirs de Carburant|
|Réservoirs à Eau Noir|
|Année de Construction||1985|
|Heures de Moteur||11197|
|Année de Construction||1985|
|Heures de Moteur||10750|
|Type de Moteur / Essence||Diesel|
Beginning aft on the main deck, the aft deck, sheltered by the boat deck above, has a 12-person dining table to starboard, a comfortable seating area with coffee table aft and bar forward to port. Double doors lead forward to the main saloon.
Her main salon is a comfortable and relaxing room with an upright player piano, forward of which is a white upholstered L shaped sofa to port facing a coffee table and two upholstered armchairs. A round card table with four chairs is forward to starboard aft of which is the staircase to the guest staterooms below.
The dining saloon forward has an impressive mahogany dining table set athwartships. This room can be secluded from the main saloon with sliding doors and clever electrically controlled clear opaque panels.
The galley is forward to port, while a wide passageway to starboard leads forward past the impressive stainless-steel staircase to the sky lounge, to the full beam Master Suite.
Explora’s master cabin is an impressive suite, entirely panelled in high gloss mahogany with a white panelled ceiling and white carpet. The owner’s study, with extensive wardrobe has a large desk facing the window to starboard. The stateroom is full beam and has a king size bed in the centre forward and more than adequate hanging lockers, drawers, and storage. The master bathroom, aft to port, has a whirlpool bathtub, stall shower, twin sinks and a makeup desk.
On the lower deck aft there are five guest staterooms, two with double beds and two with twin berths, the final cabin being used as a guest spa which had a fixed pullman bed added in 2022 with a twin XL. A bright, clean feel is provided by the white panelling, stainless or nickel hardware and fixtures, blue carpeting, and bright finished accents in the ensuite bathrooms.
The sky lounge is reached via a beautiful staircase from the starboard lobby. A pair of easy chairs and a sofa, upholstered in white are grouped around a coffee table and face a flat screen TV for a perfect movie night. A wet bar is forward to port and curved glass sliding doors open this room to the boat deck.
Her bridge deck aft houses the vessel’s tenders, jet skis, gym equipment and other water toys. A staircase on the starboard side leads up to the sun deck.
Explora’s sundeck offers casual seating around two tables with a shaded awning area. A large stainless-steel barbeque is set in the aft structure of the mast and four teak steamer lounge chairs offer a perfect spot to relax in the sun. Forward of the mast is a large jacuzzi flanked on each side by bar tops and three bar stools. Protection from the sun at the height of the day is provided by shade panels.
She has accommodations for 10 crew in 6 cabins. Forward on the lower deck, forward of the engine room, the crew mess is to starboard with large pantry, fridge, and freezer storage to port. Further forward are four twin berth ensuite cabins with enormous storage below the sole in the typical Feadship fashion. The captain’s ensuite cabin is above the wheelhouse on the port side and another twin ensuite crew cabin is to starboard.
SPEED, CONSUMPTION & RANGE
Maximum: 12.5 knots – 79 US Gallons (300 liters) per hour - 2500 nm @ 1,800 rpm Cruising: 10.5 knots – 49.5 US Gallons (187.5 liters) per hour - 3360 nm @ 1,400 rpm Economical: 9.0 knots - 33 US Gallons (125 liters) per hour - 4320 nm @ 1,100 rpm
ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION
SAFETY & SECURITY EQUIPMENT
CREW MESS EQUIPMENT
DECK & HULL
STOREROOM / PANTRY
GUEST AREA EQUIPMENT
MASTER CABIN AV
GUEST CABINS AV
EXTERIOR MAIN DECK AV
EXTERIOR SUNDECK / BRIDGE DECK AV
FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
PWC & DIVING
Balk Shipyard, Holland 2017 (USD 5m)
Conversion of a guest cabin into a massage salon
Steel reinforcements as required
Cap rails removed, stripped & revarnished
Replacement of teak decking as required
New Nav / Communications in the bridge
New bow thruster
Starboard generator replaced
Diesel Particulate Filters Installed for both generators
Specifications and details of this vessel are provided in good faith for informational purposes only. Data regarding the specifications, operating characteristics and condition of the vessel was obtained from sources believed reliable but is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes responsibility to verify all speeds, capacities, consumptions and other measurements contained herein and otherwise provided and agrees to instruct his agent or surveyor to confirm such details prior to purchase. Vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price and inventory changes and withdrawal from market without notice.
Engine hours are as of the date of the original listing and are a representation of what the listing broker has been told by the owner and/or actual reading of the engine hour meters. The broker cannot and does not guarantee the true hours. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to verify engine hours, warranties implied or otherwise, and major overhauls as well as all other representations noted on the listing brochure.