The owner of "Boardwalk " has been a Westport client for many years, starting with a 112, and then a 130’. Taking his onboard experience and combining features of both vessels into this 50 Meter Westport. His eye for details is featured throughout both the interior and exterior of the vessel.
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The owner of "Boardwalk" has been a Westport client for many years, starting with a 112, and then a 130’. Taking his onboard experience and combining features of both vessels into this 50 Meter Westport. His eye for details is featured throughout both the interior and exterior of the vessel.
Both the Skylounge Deck and the upper Boat Deck have been extended to provide additional exterior space for entertaining and touch and go helicopter service.
American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) & United Kingdom Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA)
Fuel System: 20,000 gals. In multiple tanks with Transfer System including two pumps, meter and distribution manifold
Lube Oil System:(2) Air Diaphragm pumps
Waste Water System:MSD: Certified to meet MARPOL regulations, as well as USCG Type II MSD, includes Chlorine Generator
Fresh Water System: Freshwater is distributed via Mepla Piping System, fully insulated, with dual centrifugal pumps
Watermakers: Sea Recovery Coral Sea 3600/3/V GPD Reverse Osmosis Type
Water Heaters: (3) Dual Element (for fast recovery) water heaters, 80 gallon capacity each. Plumbed in parallel with hot water circulation ring and pump
Bilge System: The Bilge System consists of (6) watertight zones, which can be individually pumped via bilge suction manifold and electric bilge pump. The manifold allows cross over to the fire pump or diesel powered pump for back-up. Additionally, the Engine Room is plumbed with an oily water separator certified to meet MARPOL regulations
Deck Drain System: All decks are fitted with scuppers and piping system to drain water from rain/wash-down water. Scuppers are molded portions of the Deck and fitted with polished stainless steel grates. All drain piping is of ABS approved materials, PVC – DWV and are led to laminated thru hulls located at the boot stripe with check valves and ball valves
Compressed Air System:
Fire Hydrant System:Consists of (6) Fire Stations, distributed around the vessel
Fire Sprinkler System: The accommodation space is protected by a low pressure sprinkler system that uses vessel’s fresh water supply until it is depleted, then automatically switches to seawater. The Engine Room is protected by a gas smothering FM200 System. Includes dock ship connection.
Sprinkler System: The low pressure sprinkler system is a re-charged type, automatic fire suppression system that operates in the 15 psi to 40 psi range. The piping is to copper/nickel (CuNi) tube with Seapress (Viega), crimp fittings. The pump unit consists of two pumps, operating individually or in tandem depending on the demand for water as determined by the number of heat sensitive nozzles that have been triggered. A small pressure tank maintains the standby-by pressure in the system. A local control panel is located in the Engine Room and a mimic display is located in the Pilothouse
Engine Room Fire System: FM200, Gas Smothering System; for Engine Room protection, manual operation (with 20 second delay) includes discharge of gas and automated shutdown of fuel units, intake fans, and exhaust dampers
Description: The Engine Room and ventilation ducts are to be insulated against thermal conductivity meeting the A-30 rating and sound damping.
Galley Hood Fire System: Independent, fixed system is located in the main Galley in the hood above the stove
Sound Attenuation: Sound plays a significant role in the comfort level of a high-quality motoryacht. Because of this, J&A Enterprises, Inc. an Engineering firm specializing in control of noise and vibration aboard luxury motoryachts of all sizes developed a ‘whole ship’ sound reduction plan. Joseph Smullin, Founder, President, and principal engineer studied Westport construction techniques and assisted in developing details and insulation schedules that would maximize noise/vibration reduction.
Sound transmission throughout the vessel is controlled bulkheads, dampening of sole structure in specific areas, absorptive and reflective materials within the engine room and vibration isolation mounting of rotating or reciprocating machinery
Engine Room: The Engine Room sound package consists of reflective barriers and absorptive insulation in addition to vibration/isolation mounting of equipment, piping and wiring that may transmit noise attenuating/watertight doors
Accommodation Sound Dampening:
Noise transmission between spaces in the accommodation area is via ‘sound tight’ construction, acoustic fill in double wall bulkheads, floating joinery connections in critical areas and isolation mounting of equipment and piping that may transmit vibration.
HVAC Systems – Air Conditioning:
The interior of the vessel is kept at a constant temperature through the use of a seawater cooled/heated reverse cycle, treated water HVAC System. The capacity of the condensers is 48 tons and is distributed throughout the vessel via individual room air handlers of various sizes and BTU ratings. The entire system is run in either heat or cold modes while the individual air handlers in the Master and Guest Staterooms allow autonomous heating. A portion of the HVAC System provides fresh air to make up for the air lost through the Head Evacuation System, thus providing fresh, dry air at all times providing a clean and health atmosphere. Includes dock ship connection
Description: HVAC System – Frigit HVAC System: Model #C-18 (3) Compressors and heating pump; independent seawater intake
Chillers: 208volt/3phase/60cycle, 24 tons each (2) mounted in stainless steel boxes with 4 compressors per unit
Air Handlers: 208volt/1 phase/60cycle, various BTU as shown below
Make up Air: For cycling air through vessel interior Frigit: Four units: Crew # 180, Guest# 250, Owner# 250, Main deck# 450, Upper deck# 450. (numbers equal cubic meters displacement)
Thermostat and Controls: For control of individual air handlers and for main chiller control. Frigit, Digital fan control with individual heating controller and remote temperature sensors
Lube Oil System: (2) Air Diaphragm pumps
Description: Vessel mooring system utilizes a combination of bitts, hawse eyes and winches.
Windlass/Winch Combination: The Foredeck utilizes a combined windlass for anchoring and winch for mooring. The system is mirrored port and starboard and hydraulically driven yielding 11,000# pull
Anchor windlass: Maxwell Combination tensioner/roller/stopper (2)
Controls: Maxwell (2)
Anchor Wash-down is via fixed nozzles located in hawse pipes, solenoid controlled valves for port and starboard sides and is supplied with pressurized seawater from the fire main.
Hawse Rings, bulwark: Mirror polished closed oval type.
Hawse Rings, Bustle: Mirror polished closed type fit around comer of bustle and bulwark at comers of Aft Deck
Warping Winches: 8000# pull located aft on Main Deck
Mooring Winches: 3500# pull, Located in bustle at Swim Step
Hot Tub System: Custom fabricated with multi-zone jets. WPSY Supply on pumps, heaters and final makeup to piping
Central Hydraulic System:
Description: The Central Hydraulic System provides power to the bow and stem thrusters, all winches, capstans, cranes/davits and transom door. Additionally, the system provides backup fluid power to the steering system in the event there is a failure in the steering primary hydraulic system. Power is provided to the system from a generator driven hydraulic pump with electric clutch. The system is provided with equal size pumps on both the port and starboard Gensets allowing either generator to power the system. Additionally there is a DC powered power pack that provides reduced hydraulic power of select functions for backup or while main generators are shut down
Gauge package: Includes pressure and flow gauges for each valve manifold
Bow Thruster: 20" dual prop with 'in-hull' hydraulic motor - producing 85 HP
Stern Thruster: 20" dual prop with 'in-hull' hydraulic motor and external tube, 85hp
Davit: Periscope mast with fixed length boom, 1700# capacity, hydraulic. (2) Nautical Structures
Beam Crane: Driven by central hydraulic system
Passerelle: Nautical structures: 19'6" fold away with options. Wheel chair ready, self-supporting, self-contained hydraulic power pack unit and controls
Description: Power steering via engine driven hydraulic pump and manual helm pump located in machinery space. Controls from Pilothouse and wing stations are via digital ‘fly by wire’ system. The main steering station in the pilothouse includes full follow-up helm wheel and non-follow up ‘jog’ lever. The wing stations are provided with non-follow-up levers only
Jog Levers: Non-follow up type
Rudders: Welded stainless steel construction
Bearings: Polymer material type upper and lower bearings in FRP (lower) and Aluminum (upper) carriers all Orkot material upper and lower bearings
Seals: Dripless type – PYI, PSS type
Description: Stabilization while underway is provided by a pair of fins located approximately amidship and powered hydraulically by an engine driven hydraulic pump. Control is by modem digital 'fly-by-wire' system located in the Pilothouse
At Rest Stabilization: Zero speed stabilization is accomplished by 2 additional fins, totaling 4; which are powered by the central hydraulic system
Fin: Hydrodynamic foil design Naiad, Model 525
Main Engines/Drive Line:
Description: Propulsion is provided by two modem, four stroke, 16-cylinder diesel engines producing approximately 3650 HP each. They are connected to propellers via 5 ½" Aquamet 22 HS Stainless shafts and remote down angle gearbox. Primary exhaust is underwater at chine while a silenced bypass exits at transom comers. Seawater cooling water is supplied via dual 6" lugged type butterfly valves, bronze Y-strainers and molded FRP scoops with Stainless steel grates
Main engines: (2) MTU/DDC 16V4000 M-90; 16 cylinder V-type, includes seawater pump, heat exchanger, dual starters and battery charging alternators
Controls: Electronic with throttle synchronizing and LCD data display
Fuel Filters: DDC Sea Pro
Marine Gear: Remote mount, 8° down angle, ratio 2.96:1 with trailing pump. – ZF, Mod 7750A
Description: A Last Man Standing system, based on a 24-volt redundant, fail-safe architecture composed of ABS-classed hardware, and including a dedicated network of HMI (Human-Machine Interface) touch screens for access
Electrical - Source Power (Generators & Shore Power):
Description: There are three electrical generators providing AC power at 120-208volt/3phase/60cycle. Two primary generators located port/starboard and night/secondary generator located midship in the engine room. Starboard generator is fitted with a dry stack option that allows the exhaust to be discharged above the sun deck
Primary Gensets: 99kW 'wye' wound, 1800 rpm with sound enclosure, in/sep muffler and dual vibration mounts. Exhaust to be silenced and separated with underwater discharge of cooling water and gas exhaust at transom. Starboard Gen to have 'dry stack' exhaust 'Y', Northern Lights (ADE) includes seawater pump/heat exchanger
Northern Lights (ADE) - sound enclosure
Secondary/Night Genset: 65kW 'wye' wound, 1800 rpm with sound enclosure, in/sep muffler, and dual vibration mounts. Exhaust to be silenced with underwater discharge of cooling water and gas exhaust at transom
Northern Lights (ADE)
Shore power cords: 100 amp, 3 wire with ground, 3 phase (2), Anexter or equal
Shore Cord Reels: Glendinning, Cable Master motorized shore power reels with local control at transom: Two systems total
Electrical - AC Distribution:
Description: AC service is provided from four independent sources; Shore power, two primary generators and one back-up/night generator. Shore power is provided through electrical conditioners that allow a large variety of power forms; single phase, three phase, combination, high voltage, or low frequency to be converted to ship power. All sources of electrical power are routed through a main electrical switchboard located in the control room, then on to sub-panels and individual loads. All circuits are protected by coordinated breakers. The main electrical system is 4 wire, 3 phase 208 volts with 120 volt single phase branch circuits where required
Wiring: Single and multiple conductor, ABS Type or Class Approved
Main switchboard: Extruded aluminum construction with powder coat finish. Built to IP20 level of protection. Includes control and monitoring electronics. Forced draft cooling
Full gauge package for all sources: Volts/amps of each line, phase, power, power factor and frequency
Generator gauge package:
Sync Scope: LED Type with relay output triggered at +/- 6° of phase angle
Interior Lighting: Lutron System with Vimar bezel on all switch plates
Electrical - DC Distribution:
Description: 24V DC power is provided by numerous accumulator batteries and charger/power supplies
Required 12v DC is provided by DC-DC converter. Power is distributed around the vessel from the main switchboard located in the control room to locally operated sub-panels except dedicated emergency DC power which is distributed independently of the main distribution network, and also services the emergency lighting system throughout the vessel. There is a dedicated light in all cabins as well as common areas and stairwells for egress in the event of an emergency
Each accommodation space is equipped with audio/video entertainment equipment which provides for a variety of entertainment choices (MTSC/PAL), satellite based radio and television, dockside cable service as well as on boar sources including DVD, CD, IPod and Central Movie Server
Central Equipment: Kaleidescape Base System
The vessel is equipped with modem navigation and communications equipment suitable for world-wide voyages. This equipment includes satellite based position; speed and heading information, gyroscopic and magnetic heading data, long range surface detection, electronic charting and depth finding. Communications equipment spans numerous transmission technologies to Pilothouse Dash maximize contact with shore side and marine stations as well as to enhance safety. Equipment installed allows chartering under CISR flag. (GMDSS capability and compatibility)
Upon entering the Salon through wide glass doors from the Aft Deck you are immediately struck by the warmth and elegance. "Boardwalk" has a very custom interior layout; with features like a walk-behind bar to port. A large seating arrangement to starboard, and just forward of the bar you will find the pop-up TV
Forward from the main Salon is the formal Dining Room. This are features buffets both port and starboard with the dining table centered in the room. Servers have easy access from the Galley via an automatic door through the pantry. There is also access from the main entrance Foyer to starboard through another sliding door
Accessed via crew stairwell or stairs from main side decks, and for guests from bridge deck lobby, the bridge and radio room contain the most current and convenient equipment available today. The expansive settee is raised to provide excellent sightlines of the panoramic view.
AIS: Furuno FA150 AIS System
GPIRB: Northern Airborne Sl520 SatFind 406MHz
SART: Northern Airborne 9GHz Portable
Satcom: VSat Sea Tel Wave Call 4006 Internet/Data connectivity service Seatel 5004 60" Radome Assembly
Sat Phone: Stratos Globalstar GSP2900 with antenna
Magnetic Compass: Richie Globe Master 600; Halcyon fluxgate compass interfaced with B & G Weather Instruments
Autopilot: Simrad AP50 with thruster control Simrad Feedback Unit. A dedicated RFU to the steering shelf is added for direct feed to the autopilot
Signals and Lights:
Ship's Bell: Bronze mirror polished chrome finish with bell hoop
Two primary types of wood are used in the guest areas throughout the yacht, Pommele Sapele and Mahogany. Mahogany finishes to a deep reddish brown. It is straight-grained, with a fine, even texture
Pommele Sapele is a warm brown wood from West and East Africa. The grain is wavy and the texture is fairly fine, with a quilted appearance. Anigre, which is a medium Amber color, and maple, which is a light tan color, are used in the Crew Quarters
Private Owner's foyer leads from starboard entrance on main deck to owner's office/lounge. Door to stateroom opens off of lounge. Full-beam stateroom features a sitting area to starboard, makeup/vanity to port, in addition to the king sized berth. The concealed closet adds generous storage to stateroom. Private his and her dressing rooms with hampers and heads are separated by the shared shower and whirlpool tub. His and her dressing rooms include ample storage in drawers and lockers. The floor is lightweight stone.
Master His/hers Dressing Room:
All Guest staterooms provide built-in dressers and nightstands, including wardrobes. Loose furniture includes a chair and desk. The aft staterooms feature sound insulation, king berths, with leather wrapped rails and upholstered headboards. Each Guest Stateroom has built in entertainment systems and A/V equipment complemented by Crestron Control.
#1 Guest Stateroom- Port Aft:
Featuring king size berth with upholstered headboard and leather wrapped rails, sound insulation
#2 Guest Stateroom - Starboard Aft:
King berth, configuration, sound insulation
#3 Guest Stateroom - Port Forward:
Two twin berth configuration
#4 Guest Stateroom – Starboard Forward:
Optional configuration as Exercise Room, Office or twin berths
Vanity: Pommele Sapele with Mahogany accents, lightweight stone countertop, and two vitreous china sinks
Glass: Fixed, 14 ½" oval portlight with removable stainless deadlight cover
Toilet: Headhunter Royal Flush Hydro Vac
Shower/Tub: Combination in aft guest heads, with sound damping material in lower aft guest tubs and sound insulation in aft guest head soles
Flooring: Lightweight stone and marble threshold
The Lounge on the Upper Deck of this Tri-Deck Vessel offers a more informal atmosphere, with towering view to port, starboard and aft
Port side accessed via Swim platform watertight door, Pacific Coast Marine Engine Room watertight door, or stairway down from behind the Aft Deck Bar. Desk for Engineer, stereo/CD player and speakers, electrical distribution, RJ45 and RS45 network jacks, VIC service port, tool and spare parts storage, and head with sink
Centered between Control Room and Equipment Room, accessed via Pacific Coast Marine watertight door to equipment room, and hinge-up garage door to Swim Platform; contains Tender sliding crane.
Starboard side, accessed via Swim Platform PCM watertight door, or the PCM Engine Room watertight door. Contains Dive Compressor, storage for dive equipment, and garbage freezer
“Boardwalk” features a Flybridge helm and station forward. Two Stidd helm chairs compliment this area. Full-service U-Shaped bar with stools, sink and refrigerator; hot tub located forward on the Sun Deck and access to the main staircase of the vessel
"BOARDWALK" is a registered name and does not convey.
Exclusions are to include but are not limited to, all owner’s personal items. A detailed list of exclusions will be provided at the time of sale, upon written request.