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35.8m Traditional Motor Vessel

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Description:35.8m Traditional Passenger Vessel
Date Launched:1941
Length:35.8m (117ft 4in)
Beam:7.5m (24ft 8in)
Draft:2.6 (8ft 5in)
Broker:Geoff Fraser
Price:1.35m Euros

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Built: 1941/ Nakskov Skibsværft / Denmark / Building No. 103
Refit (1): 1961-1962/Sønderborg Skibsværft
Refit (2): 2005-2011/Århus Værft, Ring Andersens Værft et. al.
Type: Motor vessel
Length: 35.8m (117.4 feet)
Length (water line): 30.0 m (98.4 feet)
Beam: 7.5m (24.8 feet)
Draft: 2.6 (8.5 feet)
Displacement: 293 tons
Tonnage net: 41.5
Range: 2.400 nm
Cruising speed: 7.5 knots (330 rpm)
Max speed: 9 knots (375 rpm)
Hull: Riveted steel
Deck: Burma teak
Super structure: Steel
Engine: B&W Alpha Diesel type 404 F / 206 kW / 375 rpm
Fuel consumption (330 rpm): 40 liters/hour
Fuel capacity: 16,000 liters
Water capacity: 8,000 liters
Flag: Danish
Class: Danish Maritime Authority
Charter area: Danish domestic waters, Southern Norway, Swedish coast and the Baltic Sea
Staterooms: 5
Entertainment and communication equipment
Bang & Olufsen
o B&O link system
o B&O Beomaster 5000 digital music systemo B&O speakers
o 3 B&O Televisions
Net 1 connections (covering part of the charter area)
Zodiac RIB / MOB certificate / 5.5 meters (18 feet) / 115 hp – max 14 persons Traditional modified rescue boat (1962) / 5,6 meters (18,3 feet) / 7 hp Sabb – max 18 persons.
Galley and laundry equipment
Olis professional gas oven and stove
Miele microwave / grill / hot air oven
Gaggenau refrigerator, freezer, ice maker
Additional Siemens refrigerator (galley) and Siemens freezer (stores room)
Miele dishwasher
Reneka espresso machine and grinder
2 sinks with food waste disposers
Miele washing machine and dryer
Navigational Equipment
Depth sounder: Furuno LS-4100
Marine radar: Furuno FR-360 Mark II
Magnetic compass: NS150A
Steering machine: Svendborg
Auto pilot: Simrad AP70
AIS: Jotron TR-8000
Technical equipment
Heating system: Air handler unit / electric floor heating
Air handler unit: LUBI, LVA-13 / 21.3 kW heating
Sanitary system: Grey water tank capacity: 6.000 liters
              Black water capacity: 5.000 liters
Electrical system: IHC (computer) managed electrical system
Alarm and monitoring system: ViewCOM 6300 (Hastrup Automation/Phoenix Contact)
    Diesel tanks
    Bilge water
    Water tanks (fresh and sanitary water)
    Air handler unit
    Fire alarm
Deck equipment
2 * anchors
Anchor winch – Thomas B. Thrige (220 V DC)
Capstan winch – Thomas B. Thrige (220 V DC)
MOB crane (850 kg) – ACTA
Crane on fore deck (100 kg)
2 Wiska search lights
Safety and security equipment
2 * Zodiac 20 EC life rafts for 20 people each
Zodiac MOB boat – see under “0 Tenders”
20 Secumar auto-inflatable life-jackets + 2 life-jackets for children
11 fire extinguishers
FM 200 machine room fire extinguisher
ServoFighter C4 fire alarm system
Smoke indicators in all cabins/rooms
2 * Automatic fire doors
2 independent bilge pump-systems
2 Wiska search lights
Additional information
Code: OZIW
IMO No: 5248126
Legislation: Danish Maritime Authority: ”Teknisk forskrift nr. 15 af 1. december 2000 om skibe til særlige formål (bevaringsværdige skibe m.m.)”
Control No: V18 (Traditional Ship / certificate by“Skibsbevaringsfonden”)
MMSI No; 219 007 898
M/S NAVIGATOR – Maritime traditions and Nordic luxury
M/S NAVIGATOR is a riveted steel ship built in 1941. This unique and traditional vessel has been fully refitted paying full attention to Danish quality and design traditions.
Preserving tradition – celebrating Nordic culture and design
The history of M/S NAVIGATOR relates to Danish maritime traditions and the Port of Copenhagen. The ship was originally built as a cable ship in 1941 per the highest standards of the industrial area. Subsequently, in 1962 it was rebuilt as a training vessel for Danish merchant marine officers.
During the period 2005 - 2011 M/S NAVIGATOR was renovated while paying respect to the historical value of this unique sample of the official Danish fleet. The ship went through an exhaustive overhaul, cosmetically but also in its functionality. It was decided to preserve the original exterior appearance as well as the interior of the crew quarters. Likewise, the machine room was refitted per its original design while adding elements required by today’s standards. The remainder of the ship’s interior has on the contrary been fully updated per Danish quality and interior design traditions.
Gentle environmental footprints
M/S NAVIGATOR pays respect to the environment. Remarkably low fuel consumption marks the difference between traditional and modern naval dimensioning. On board, it is the policy of the crew to observe minimum waste and consumption.
(10) – Suite (2 persons) with king size bed, private entrance hall and large bath room
with shower and bathtub
(12) – State room (2 persons) with double beds and en-suite bathrooms
(13) – State room (2 persons) with double beds and en-suite bathrooms
(6) – State room (1 person) with a large bathroom
No of guests at daytime: 12
No of guests sleeping: 7
No of crew – sailing: Min. 6
General Arrangement
The central brass-plated hall (3) connects all three interior decks.
On the boat deck you find a large saloon (1) and the wheel house (2).
The main deck, aft of the hall (3) has a the dining/meeting room (4) with a table seating up to 12 guests followed by the galley (5). In front of the hall a single stateroom (6) with a big bathroom (7) and a guest toilet (8). Next to the stateroom the captain’s cabin (9) is situated.
On tween deck you find a very large suite (10) with a private entrance hall and a large bathroom (11). Here you also find two double staterooms (12) + (13) – each with en suite bathrooms. Further the tween deck contains a crew cabin (14) and a laundry room (15).
Crew quarters (16) are situated on the main deck and the tween deck aft.
The floors are “floating” and the lining is fitted with rubber absorbers to minimize noise and vibrations. Most of the floors and the main staircase in the hall are covered with lava clinker from mount Edna/Sicily; all furniture is manufactured in teak. As a counter balance to the modern interior the original doors, door handles, fire alarm bells and internal communication system have been refitted.

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IMPORTANT: The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct their agents, or their surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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