€1,150,000 Inc VAT
This 85FT Expedition Explorer was built by Inace in Brazil with a full displacement steel hull and aluminium superstructure.
Michael Kirschstein is responsible for her beautiful exterior and interior design. Her interior configuration has been designed to comfortably accommodate up to six guests in three cabins, comprising a master suite, one double cabin and one twin cabin, plus up to three crew on board.
Powered by 2 x 367 hp Caterpillar diesels and fitted with Naiad stabilizers for smoother cruising, her enormous tank capacities give her transpacific range at a 10 knots cruising speed.
You enter in the boat via a hydraulic gangway on starboard side. Part of the refit done in 2009 included the modification of the transom that now offers a very practical built-in staircase, located portside, that leads to a comfortable swimming platform. All decks are teak decked with the exception of the tenders’ area that is dedicated to a more “professional” usage. There is a large covered aft main deck with fixed table and seating, which is ideal for al-fresco dining with sun shade.
Entering the saloon, to port is a dining table that accommodates 8 guests and opposite is a large L-shaped settee. At the forward end of the saloon is a granite pass-through bar, with stools, that can be enclosed with folding panels for privacy. To starboard forward in the main saloon is a complete entertainment center with LG TV. A day head is also located forward. The interior décor is using mahogany wood with a satin finish and leather.
From the starboard side passageway a curved stairway is leading down to the lower deck, revealing the master and two guest staterooms.
The forward master stateroom is full beam and has a queen sized bed and an en-suite head with granite shower to port and large walking-in hanging closet with ample storage to starboard. There is a comfortable built-in settee to port and a desk with integrated vanity to starboard. This is an exceptionally spacious master cabin with superb all-around storage for a vessel of this size.
The two guest staterooms are situated amidships, aft of the master stateroom. They are of the same size, each with an en-suite head and granite shower. The port stateroom has a queen sized bed and the starboard stateroom has full size twin beds. Both cabins have hanging lockers and drawer space.
The crew quarters are located forward of the main deck in a raised forecastle in the bow. They feature two beds’ area, separated by two bulkheads, a double bed to port and a single to starboard, a head and shower complete the crew accommodation. Forward of the crew head is a storage area, giving also an access to the two chain lockers.
The pilothouse is large with excellent visibility and is fully equipped with electronics, raised settee with table, and water tight doors on both sides for easy access to the decks. There are large chart drawers located under the granite topped navigation area. The large raised settee, designed specifically to double as a day bed, is fitted with a granite topped table. Next to the settee is a built-in filing cabinet – also with a granite cover. There is a comfortable helm chair in front of the custom stainless steel wheel.
Moving aft from the wheelhouse is a large skylounge with wet bar, large ports, and covered aft deck. A staircase leads up to the flybridge featuring a full helm station, bimini top with Plexiglas enclosure, and seating area.
There is a Portuguese bridge and full teak decked walkways with high bulwarks on both upper and main decks, very protective when cruising in heavy weather.
Crew Berths: 3
Crew Cabins: 2
2 x 367hp Caterpillar 3406 A
Top: 11 knots aprox.
Cruise: 10 knots aprox.
6910 nautical miles
Fuel: 35580 Litres
Water: 13626 Litres
Holding: 1514 Litres
Twin main Caterpillar 3406 A engines rated keel cooled with dry stack
24 Volt engine alternators (2)
Caterpillar transmission twin dish MG-514C
Electronic engine controls (2017)
Stainless steel propeller shafts (2017)
Aqua-Air chilled water system
Air conditioning system with all condensation drains leads to gray water tank
GE 220 Volts water heaters (2)
Head Hunter heads
Naiad stabilizers model 304
Dual Racor filters on main engines
Dual Racor filters on the D.oil service tank
100 gal clean lube oil tank
100 gal waste oil tank
12 Volt lube oil transfer pump
Air compressor for horn and blow-down on sea chest
Dual sea chest system with high-low pick up hard plumbed to with vibration isolation
220 Volt fresh water pumps (2)
Bilge/fire system with integrated pumps to bilge/fire mains (2)
12 Volt rule bilge pumps with nav bridge alarms
220 Volt fuel transfer pump
Converter ASEA model AC25-3
Manual fuel transfer pump
Northern Lights generators (x2; 2013)
Sentry battery chargers (2)
Racor fuel filters
250 Volt/100 Amp shore power fitting on transom
250 Volt/100 Amp shore power fitting at forecastle
TVs in main saloon, master stateroom, skylounge: 27” ACER, 20” ACER plus JVC CD/AM/FM stereo, 20” ACER
Satellite TV receivers (2)
Sony multi disc player CPD-CX 260
Denon AM/FM stereo DRA-685 with speaker throughout the vessel
The fully equipped galley is located forward of the main saloon on the port side. There is excellent natural ventilation via opening port and door. You will find additional storage for the galley under all settees and in the pantry located next to the stairs leading to the lower deck. It also features the following equipment:
Dacor 4-burner electric stove with oven
Siemens side-by-side fridge/freezer
Double stainless steel sinks
ISE garbage disposal
Kitchen Aid compactor
Furuno GPS & radar (2017)
Simrad AP20 autopilot
SEA225 SSB (not functioning)
Battery charger for batteries in wheelhouse
¾” Tempered glass windows
Stainless handrails and deck hardware
Maxwell 3500 vertical wildcat/capstan anchor windlasses (2)
Danforth style anchors 550 lbs with 300’ of chain rode on each (2)
7 x 19 stainless steel wire
Fassi F80 Marine hydraulic crane on the forecastle
Hot and cold fresh water shower on transom
Aft deck settee
Tub on flybridge
Flybridge bench with storage under
Opacmare hydraulic gangway (2017)
BELEZA OF LONDON has an exceptional deck space for a vessel of her size. There is a large boat deck forward of the main house that can accommodate a +16’ tender and an additional tender plus toys.
Adult type I life jackets (10)
Life rings (3)
Shanghai 6-pers life rafts (2)
EPIRB ACR 406 MHz
Fire extinguishers (6)
SERVICE HISTORY AND CONSTRUCTION:
Classification: built to Germanischer Lloyd rules +100A5; meets ABS and
USCG requirements, but she is not in Class
Hull: steel ASTM A131 Grade A
Interior upholstery upgraded and all walls in saloons, cabins and corridors replaced
Hull painted in Awlgrip Flag Blue
Teak decks replaced
Propellers, shafts and exhausts replaced
Northern Lights generators installed (2)
Main 367hp Caterpillar 3406 A engines overhauled
Paint job including hull and superstructure
Teak decks replaced
Opacmare hydraulic gangway installed
|Model||83 Expedition Explorer|
|Length||25.95m | 86ft|
|Beam||6.71m | 23ft|
|Draft||1.83m | 7ft|
|Cabins||3 + Crew|
|Engines||2 x Caterpillar 367 hp|
|Speed||Cruising 10 knots, Maximum 11 knots|