Identifications: Flag: Malta – Port of registry: Veletta – Call sign: 9HB3606
Classifications: Service notifications: Yacht motor C – Navigation not: navigation limited to 60 nautical miles – Machinery: Mach – Equipment: 2 Main anchors, chain diameter 16 mm, steel quality Q2 (High tensile strength steel)
Hull: Gross tonnage 69: 358 – Net tonnage 69: 81 – Deadweight: 200 ton – Overall lenght: 38.75 m – Lpp: 32.38 m – Breadth: 7.54 m – Draught: 1.64 m – Builder: BPT Trade – Country of build: Slovakia – Date of build: 21 may 2009 – Hull material: Composite – Hull info: Single hull | machinery Aft | 1 continuous deck(s) – Survey Type: Normal (hull)
Machinery: Engines: 2 x MTU 12V 4000 M90, 2100 rpm/2040 kW – Starboard engine hours: 2,147 (June 2017) – Port engine hours:2,002 (June 2017) – Gearbox: ZF 7550 V – Propellers: 2 x 5 blade – Stabilizers: ABT Trac 370 – Bow thruster: ABT Trac – Stern thruster: ABT Trac – Generators: 2x Westerbeke 80kw OBEDA (approx. 4,200 hrs, June 2017) – Steering: Jastram S2-13-2-35 – Shore power: ATLAS – Water maker: 2 x Sea Recovery Aquamatic 1400 – Fuel separator: Alfa Laval – Air conditioning: 5 x Technicold CW60SC (60k BTU) – Sewage: Headhunter Tidal Wave HMX 512 – Gross Tons: 165 – Cruising speed: 14 knots – Maximum speed: 28 knots – Fuel consumption: 380 Litres/hr at cruising speed
Capacities: Fresh water: 4,500L – Fuel oil: 25,200L – Grey/Black waters: 1,300L; 1,300L
Pilot house – navigation: Radar: Simrad 700 – Autopilot: Simrad AP50 – AIS: JRC JHS-182 – Depth sounder: B&G – Anemometer: B&G H3000 – GPS: JRC JLR-7700 Mk II – Electronic Chart: Simrad ECS CS65 – Navtex: JRC NCR 333
Communications: Inmarsat C GMDSS terminal TT-3020 C – Sailor CU5100 MF/HF Radio – Simrad RS87 VHF with DSC – JRC NCM 1770 VHF – ICOM Handheld VHF Radio (5 pcs) – KVH Tracvision M9 – KVH Tracvision V7
Galley equipment & laundry: 4 x combined refrigerators/freezers 1 x deep freezer – 1 x Schott Ceran stove – 1 x Whirlpool grill – 1 x Whirlpool dishwasher – 1 x Whirlpool K20 Icemaker/with reverse osmosis system – 1 x Miele Nespresso coffee machine – 1 x Whirlpool microwave (2010) – 1 x Whirlpool oven Fagor extraction system – 1 x Miele washing machine 1x Miele dryer
Deck equipment: Swim platform: 2 mooring bollards – Port side swimming ladder – Starboard side passerelle – The Main deck aft has U shaped fixed seating and a large table for dining and occasional chairs enabling 12 people to sit around it. Muir hydraulic capstans, bollards, side bollards – Foredeck: 2 anchor winches with vertical capstans and devils claw for breaking the chain. The boat is equipped with two 170 Kg HHP anchors and each has 130m chain – At the aft part of the sundeck is the tender, Opacmare davit and Jacuzzi. Extensive seating with table for 12 people with chairs and outside steering position – At the starboard side of the sundeck is situated a grill, small refrigerator and sink.
Safety equipment & fire fighting: The vessel has Tyco fire detection (smoke and high temperature) sensors in each enclosed area – In the engine room are fire alarms and gas system with Novec 1230 liquid from Tyco – The hull, superstructure and ceilings are insulated with fire insulation (A60) – 15 portable fire extinguishers. The boat has seven cameras for monitoring the entrances, and intruder alarm system – The following equipment is also onboard: – Immersion suits, – Swimming vest, – 4 life rings, – 4 life rafts each for 10 people, – 2 embarkation ladders.
Tender & Toys: 3 person inflatable banana – Inflatable ring – Water skis – Wakeboard – Diving equipment
Antifouling activation (sanding)
Application of underwater primer 1x T/U 20%
Antifouling application 2x F/C 100%
Sanding and cleaning of metal parts, propellers, shafts, inlets, thruster propellers, underwater lights frames, grids, protections, frames, struts.
Application of Propspeed system on propellers , rudders, shafts, thruster propellers. Application of VELOX
SYSTEM on other metal parts.
Boero SEASON extra 952 black
Boero Defender 613 epoxy primer
PROPSPEED 1000ml kit
VELOX metal primer 0,75 L
VELOX plus 1 LDemounting of zync anodes, demounting of thruster propelers. Control and inspection of old anodes. Mounting of new anodes,mounting back thruster propellers.
00352 rudder anodes (8 pcs) zinc anodes for stabilizer (2 pcs)
00529USA 127mm shaft anodes (2 pcs)
Expendable material for sanding, cleaning, application
Works on stabilizers
Stabilizer fin disassembly on port and starboard side. Stabilizer fin assembly on port and starboard side.
Expendable material for disassembly and assembly stabilizer fin on port and starboard side.
Repair of damages on the both stabilizers with included material.
Hull works – polishing
Single layer polishing and protection of vessel sides 240 m2
Single layer polishing and protection of superstructure and fly 470 m2
Hull works – Teak deck replacement / Swimming platform
Demolition of the old teak deck, rough cleaning and sanding the subsurface and preparation works for the installation of the new teak deck.
Installation of the new teak deck.
# The templates of the all decks will be produced using 4 mm thick MDF strips
# Decks will be laser measured and digitised, prepared final CAD/DWG drawing. According to CAD drawing, set of 4 mm thick MDF full templates will be produced using CNC tehnology
# According to the final templates, teak decking panels will be produced in the Vela Yacht workshop.
All margin planks will be produced using CNC technology.
# The pre-manufactured teak decking panels and associated margins
will be transported onboard and vacuum glued directly to the deck surfaces using a flexible epoxy system. THE THICKNESS OF THE NEW TEAK DECK WILL BE 12 mm.
# After installations all areas will have a final sandout + detailing
Surface preparation if it’s necessary # Surface preparation – deck levelling with the epoxy filler (if necessary)
# After dismantling of the old teak deck on the fly-bridge and main deck, the condition of the surfaces will be defined.
# Sanding the area and preparation for filler application.
# Application of the epoxy filler up to 5 mm, levelling and light
# Application of the Primer to close the epoxy filler.
Mechanic / shaft works
Clearances measurement of shaft bearings strut/ stern tube with certified report.Clearances measurement of rudder bearings on PT and STB side with certified report.
STB & PT Shaft measurement on ball bearings(SHAFT RUNOUT) with certifed report
Demounting of shaft flange & demounting of seal housing. Demounting of shafts & propellers. Cleaning of shafts, struts,stern tube (bearing housings). Demounting the seal water cooling hoses.
Replacement of POSEIDON seals & housings. Mounting of seal housings, seals, shafts, shaft flanges & propellers.Mounting back seal water cooling hoses. Control and check.
Water lubb bearing/brass shell 5″x 6 1/8 x20″
Water lubb bearing/brass shell 5″x 6 1/8 x10″
Seal kit: Set O-Rings for the Pegasus Seal 127 mm; 2 pcs O-Ring 127×4
1 pc d5 -L=628 D195
Poseidon LipSeal 140 Endless
Poseidon StandBySeal rubber 5 inch
SEAL-KIT;1 Set consisting out:
1 pc Wearing liner 127 mm Inboard HP/HVOF-coaten with DB40
1 pc Clampring 127 mm (5″) SS316
Transport cost for material
Turning of chain pulley. Alignment of clutch nuts.
Expendable materijal (wurth cleaner 750 ml 5 pcs, vaseline spray, white grease lube, screws, nuts, bolts…)
TV Sony Bravia OLED XR-55A83J
VU + Zero4 K satellite receiver
Switch 8 Port GE
Expendable material (cables, connectors, clamps…)
Installation and connection of equipment; programming of the Contol 4 system.
BW pipes cleaning- MARINEVAC
Black water treatment Number of Vacuum lines to be cleaned – 2 main lines from 5 separate points.After discussing the Marinevac service with the Mr. Simun Ljubica, the following quotation hasbeen prepared. Mr Ljubica would like to have the toilet system pipe work cleaned to preventblockages starting to form within the toilet system. This can happen due to a buildup ofcalcinate on the internal lining of the pipe work. This occurs naturally over a period of time butwith the correct planned maintenance procedures, it can be avoided. Marinevac can solve thisproblem using their unique toilet cleaning system (descaling solution). If the correctmaintenance is not carried out on a regular basis then it will eventually lead to blockages withinthe system and ultimately effect charters and guest trips with potential loss of charter earnings.This treatment will ensure that all of the major build up is removed from the system.The quote is based on the treatment to the following lines.Machine dosing points and treatments times· Fore deck, Owner bathroom toilet (2 cycles)· Main deck, Day head STBD toilet (1 cycle)· Lower deck, Crew STBD FWD cabin (1 cycle)· Lower deck, Twin
Guest STBD FWD toilet (2 cycle2)· Lower deck, Captain’s cabin toilet (1 cycle)Points manually dosed· Lower deck cabins:VIP room, Twin Guest PORT FWD, Double Guest STBD FWD, Double Guest PORTFWD, Crew cabin STBD AFT.The running of the system would not be affected during the cleaning cycle, the boatdoes not need to be out of the water and there is minimal disruption on board. If the boatis out of the water we will need the toilet and sewage system to be functional and access to hotwater.This process would clean all major lines back to a good working condition; the cleaningchemical will not affect any pipe work, valves, paint or galvanized coating.
Crane operation 38,99 m
Crane operation 38,99 m (-20% discount for vessels under a yearly sea berth contract)
High pressure washing
Painting some small spot on hull
Work done in 2020
5/15/20 Installation of a new 55 Kw transformer instead of shore connection because it broke down non-stop and the repairs were too expensive-
7/18/20 10 year survey inspection in Shipyard Betina
1/10/20 Some small inox work
1/10/20 Wood for captain cabin
9/24/20 Cover for speaker in main saloon
9/24/20 Taxi transfer for owner
10/17/19 Last year repair the atlas shore conection (Electric)
4/4/19 Annual inspection survey on Betina
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