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92' LeClercq Custom Yachtfisher

SPECIFICATIONS U.S. METRIC
Length OA 102'0" 31.09 m
Beam 22'10" 6.96 m
Draft 4'10" 1.47 m
Displacement (Dry) 100 tons 90,800 kg
Max. Speed 28 knots 51.8 kph
Cruise Speed 25 knots 46.3 kph
Fuel Capacity 4,100 gal 15,518 l
Water Capacity 540 gal 2,044 l
Year 2005
Listed US $ (please inquire)
Location Seattle, WA
Hull Material Aluminum
Decks Fiberglass (FRP)
Superstructure Fiberglass (FRP)
Engine Type Twin Diesel
Designer Jack Sarin, Naval Architect
Engine(s) 2x MTU/ DD 16V2000
Engine(s) HP 2x HP 2x 2000 BHP

 

 

CONSTRUCTION AND EXTERIOR FINISH 

GENERAL: Hull is aluminum. Deck and superstructure is fiberglass with PVC core.

GUARDS:
Mirror polished 316 stainless steel half-oval, to be mounted on raised aluminum extrusion. Sail tracks shall be installed beneath the guard extrusions with sliding cars and pad eyes, for fender attachment.

HATCHES: (5x) Weaver Offshore aluminum framed deck hatches with acrylic glazing over guest accommodations.

HULL BOTTOM: Aluminum hull protected with barrier coat and black Micron CSC anti-fouling paint.Vessel Name: Mylar transfer lettering on transom and side boards, with several colors and font options available.

PAINT: Awlgrip linear polyurethane on the hull, house and deck except where noted.

WINDOWS: Frameless, glue-in windows bonded and installed within recessed panels in house sides. All windows to be 1⁄4” Solar Gray tempered glass, except the forward pilot house windows to be 3/8” tempered glass.

STAINLESS HAND RAILS: Mirror polished 316 stainless steel hand rails 2” diameter from bow to port and starboard combings, on along the aft end of the Lanai deck. Mirror polished 316 stainless steel hand rails of 1-1⁄2” diameter shall be located along all exterior walkways and along house sides.

EXTERIOR DECKS: Swim step, cockpit, and Lanai decks finished with teak decking. All other exterior decks are painted with non-skid.

CAP RAIL: A teak cap rail to be installed around the perimeter of the main deck and cockpit. Cap rail can either be varnished or oiled, per Owner’s request.

INSULATION: The interior of the hull is coated in a closed-cell foam, for acoustical and thermal insulation. The house, decks and superstructure are cored with closed-cell foam, which in addition to strength, also serves as acoustical and thermal insulators. All engine room bulkheads will have a foam with a vinyl barrier covering. All overhead surfaces will have a foam with a vinyl barrier covering and will be finished with a white powder coated, perforated aluminum paneling. The entire engine room to be finished with perforated aluminum paneling. The interior FRP decks shall be “floated” on resilient isolator strips, thus de-coupling it from the aluminum and FRP house.

PORT LIGHTS: Custom oval-shaped, cast aluminum, approximately 12” x 24”, with 1⁄2” glass and deadlights. To be located in the Master Suite, port Guest Stateroom, Engine Room, and in the Crew/ Utility Room.



GROUND TACKLE, LINE HANDLING EQUIPMENT


BOW:
A) Bruce 240 main anchor attached to 200’ of 1⁄2” hi-tensile chain
B) Fortress FX125 auxiliary anchor attached to 300’ of 1-1⁄4” nylon rode
C) Single Muir chain stopper, chrome plated bronze
D) Muir VRC4500, hydraulic anchor windlass with footswitches and hand pendant
E) Fresh water wash down built into bow pulpit, with spray directed to clean chain and anchor



MECHANICAL


MAIN ENGINES: (2x) MTU/ DD 16V-2000 marine diesel engines, rated at 2,000 BHP each. There are 6 steering stations; the primary helm station is in the pilot house, with MDEC electronic display modules and controls, another steering station is located on the fly bridge, along with port and starboard wing stations, sundeck station and an aft cockpit station. All stations have MTU/ DD electronic controls along with bow and stern thruster controls. Engines to have ZF marine gears.

GENERATORS: (2x) Northern Lights 40 Kw single phase, 60 Hz, and hydrostatically mounted with water-lift mufflers.

 

 

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ENGINE AIR SUPPLY AND VENTILATION: Reversible Delta-T exhaust fans, equipped with diverter, safety guards, and internal demisters, plumbed in acoustically insulated ductwork. All ducts shall have fire dampers and weather closures, both in manual and automatic systems.

THRUSTERS AND STABILIZERS

A) Bow Thruster: Hydraulic 16” American Bow Thruster with controls at all steering stations.
B) Stern Thruster: Hydraulic 12” American Bow Thruster with controls at all steering stations.
C) Stabilizers: TRAC’s active system (American Bow Thruster) 300-series actuators with digital controls.

FOREDECK BOAT CRANE:
Nautical Structures Euro 2000 self-contained with mechanical boom extension.

FUEL TANKS: 4,100 gallon capacity in aluminum integral tanks

FUEL FILTERS: Racor primary triplex filters on Main Engines and Racor duplex filters on Generators shall be supplied in addition to secondary filters supplied with the engines, respectively.

FIRE SUPPRESSION/FIRE SAFETY: A FM-200 automatic/ manual fire extinguishing system, with necessary nozzles and sensors in the engine room. Fire/ smoke detectors shall be installed in all compartments.

RUDDERS: (2x) Hi-performance, spade-foil shaped cast urethane rudders, with 4” Aquamet hi-tensile, stainless steel stocks.

RUDDER BEARINGS/SEALS: Tides dripless packing boxes and Tides upper rudder bearings with spare seal carrier kits.

PROPELLERS: One set of custom 5-blade wheels.

SHAFTS: To have 4” Aquamet HS stainless steel shafts.

SHAFT LOG AND PACKING GLANDS: Shaft logs to be custom heavy-wall aluminum construction with Tides dripless packing glands and spare seal carriers installed. Shaft log to be integral with hull.

STRUTS: To be custom aluminum , foil shaped, low drag “V” design with cutless bearings.

STEERING: Jastram dual-ram, proportional control, hydraulic steering with manual backup. RAI’s (Rudder Angle Indicators) to be located at all steering stations.

VIBRATION DAMPENERS: Main engines mounted on Soundown’s vibration/ isolation mounts, while generators double-mounted on Northern Lights’ supplied vibration/ isolation mounts. All motors, pumps, and electrical panels mounted with shock/ isolation mountings.

AIR CONDITIONING: Cruisair’s chilled water 15-ton, 3 stage chiller with VFD’s, reversible heating system and air handlers in each accommodation space, including engine room.

BILGE PUMPS: (6x) remote-mounted 24v electric bilge pumps with manual/ automatic switches and high water alarms at each pump, connected to audio/ visual alarms in the pilot house, owner‘s suite, and crew area. An auxiliary diesel driven pump dedicated to bilge service only, serving the 4x rear bilge compartments.

WATER TANKS: Integral aluminum water tank of approximately 500 gallons, servicing the vessel. An additional poly “drinking” water tank of approximately 40 gallons, services the vessel through dedicated plumbing to faucets, sinks, refrigerators, and ice-makers.

FRESH WATER SYSTEM: (2x) Electric 220v AC Headhunter pumps with pressure tanks supplying both hot and cold systems from main, integral tank. Hot water is recirculation system. (1x) Electric 24v DC Sureflow pump with pressure tank supplying both hot and cold systems from “drinking” water tank.

HOT WATER HEATER: (2x) Electric 220v AC Torrid bronze hi-efficiency water heaters and hot water circulator pump.

FRESHWATER WASH-DOWN: Located in the rear cockpit, engine room, foredeck near the anchor roller, and the sundeck.

HEADS: (6x) porcelain Headhunter heads, (1x) bidet, (1x) Headhunter’s Neoclassic head. Head system has dual Headhunter Mach-5 pumps with a dedicated flush water circuit.

BLACKWATER SYSTEM: (2x) Black water tanks; (1x) forward and (1x) aft, with level indications and Headhunter pump-out pumps.

*Specifications are subject to change without notice.

LAYOUTS

 

Upper Deck

Main Deck

Lower Deck

 
 

 

 

 

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