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SEAGULL OF CAYMAN has been completely rebuilt with a budget of approx 4M € and include all new paint, teak decks, zero hours generators and main engines. This yacht defines the term turn key and bristol all in one beautiful classic Feadship package.
She comes with one year warranty.
Jump onboard and go anywhere in the world you wish!
She was built as “ENTEPRISE III” then “ALMA”,”CAMDEN” and “BIG EAGLE” before becoming “SEAGULL OF CAYMAN” with the same owner for more than 20 years. With 6 staterooms, including an on deck Master, and fly bridge, she is truly a delightful and rare yacht. It is obvious she has been blessed with a knowledgeable owner and crew, and perhaps most exciting of all; she is a classic yacht that has been upgraded with care and forethought.
General Motors 12V-149, 675HP
SEAGULL’S interior is one of quiet elegance with an interior volume that feels much larger than her 131’. The main salon, with her original rich wood finish, creates the feel of a luxuriously appointed home.
A formal starboard entrance is amidships, opening to a beautiful curved bar and bar seating. Forward is the entrance to the galley, access to the pilothouse stairs and the lower crew quarters/engine room. Further forward, well separated is the entrance to the on Deck Master Stateroom. A Day Head is conveniently located aft of the Bar area.
MASTER SUITE, upon entering, consists of a large private bath area with stall shower, vanity and sanitary facilities, all done in a beautiful marble. The center-line king bed has a panoramic view from both port and starboard windows, while directly forward is entertainment and two large walk in closets.
MAIN SALON and DINING SALON, are both considerably larger than one would expect in a yacht this size, and are located amidships aft, with the Dining Salon offering both guest dining with storage for the various fine china, crystal and silver.
A few steps aft to the Main Salon, with original Feadship joinery, and featuring a beautiful long lether couch, matching arm chairs on port. An original curved, built in bookcase by Feadship is on the aft section of the port salon. To starboard of the salon is an entertainment center, and desk. A custom silk carpet adorns the sole. Access to the guest accommodations is by a curved staircase, located on the starboard aft corner of the salon.
The Aft Deck opens from double teak and glass doors, which serve to make these expansive areas even larger. The now open aft deck, still offer the option to be open or air-conditioned at ones choice. In the center of this expansive space resides a round glass topped table with seating for 10.
LOWER DECK, GUEST STATEROOMS:
Five Guest Staterooms are located in this area:
After going down the traditional Feadship staircase and proceed forward, there are two mirror image staterooms, port and starboard. These offer the option of either twin beds or with a quick adjustment, a king bed stateroom. Both have entertainment centers and large ensuite bath with stall shower.
Aft of these staterooms is the smallest of the guest staterooms, with a pair of single berths arranged in an over/under fashion. Regardless of being the smallest, this area still offers a large closet and ensuite head with stall shower.
In the passage way aft there is both linen and towel storage, as well as a large and proper wine cellar.
Opposite the staircase is the Fourth guest stateroom, which like the two forward staterooms offers the re-arrangement of the beds to be singles or full king. Ensuite bath and large closet.
The aft most stateroom is one that is traditionally found on a canoe stern yacht, which follows the curve of the hull. This allows for large single beds on both sides, an ensuite bath and two large closets, while also offering the most floor space of any the guest staterooms.
The entire guest stateroom area is finished to Feadship standards and woodwork.
Accessed from the starboard side, just forward of the Galley; A visual delight with Feadship joinery, full size chart table, with drawers and space for all the electronic that could be desired. A fully functional suite of electronics is on board. Please see the Electronics List
Wing controls are Port and Starboard.
Located behind the Pilothouse and like all other spaces on this yacht, is very large indeed. Featuring an island queen berth, two closets, full desk and bookcases, with ensuite bath and stall shower.
Adjacent to the Captain’s cabin is a small watch cabin with one berth. There is a day head adjacent to this cabin.
Four staterooms each with two single berths, ensuite baths and showers, for a total of eight crew. Large and spacious crew lounge, with communications and entertainment. Crew galley, full laundry and tremendous storage space.
Located on the main deck, amidships. This is a large L-shaped space with full service galley located on one portion of the L and running fore and aft. Accessed from the port side of the yacht.
Stainless steel counters throughout
Garland 6 burner
Grill and two ovens
Kenmore and Whirlpool microwave
(3) Sub Zero refrigerators
(1) Foster refrigerators/freezers
(3) Larkin Freezers in laundry
(3) Kitchen Aid dishwashers
(1) Kitchen-Aid garbage disposal
(3) Subzero ice makers
(2) 50 gallons Whirlpool water heaters
Dumb waiter to crew mess to galley
(2) Remote controlled 14” searchlights
Kahlenberg air horns
Steen Electric Deck windlass
(2) Pool anchors of 270 kg, with 300' of ¾” stud link
Anchor chain on both anchors
Clearview screen in Pilothouse
Engines:2 x General Motors 675 HP, Twin Diesel, 12V-149
Engine hours As of June 2017: 1600 port 1600 stbd
(2) 99 kW Northern Lights, new 2006
Gens hours as per November 2017 port: 5900 & stb: 6200
Output: 110V/220V, 3-phase, 60 hz, 100 amp
Shore Power: (2) 208V, 3-phase, 60 hz, 100 amp; with ASEA converter/transformers shore power converters
Chargers: Sentry, Newmar, Mastervolt
Switch Panel, both engine room and wheelhouseAudio & Visual Equipment
Seatrack Sat system with 3 receivers (10) TV’s
(2) ICOM VHF’s
Furuno FR 71-12 color radar
Furuno RDP-150 radar
Simrad CP-44 plotter
(2) Northstar 6100i plotters
Simrad AP-50 autopilot
Furuno RD 30
Sea depth and Temp
Furuno FE 500 recording depth sounder
B&G network depth sounder
Rayfax 500 weather fax
Wind IndicatorTank Capacities
Fuel 13,580 U.S. gallons in 4 tanks
Water 4,450 U.S. gallons
Black water 150 US Gallons in MSD sewage system
Lube Oil 60 U.S. gallons
Speed: Cruising 12.5 knots max 14,5 knots, range 3,5000 nmEngine Room
The engine room is entered from aft of the crew quarters. Upon entering the engine room, you immediately understand why Feadship are considered as the best built yachts. From the placement of equipment, the quality of material used and the excellent access to all-important areas of the machinery spaces, a Feadship engine room has no rival. It is apparent why marine engineers prefer to work on these yachts. Beyond the normal high quality machinery spaces, SEAGULL’S engine room has been maintained to the highest standards possible and shows the high level of pride taken by the chief engineer, Captain, and owner.
In 2006/7 the General Motors main engines were subject to a complete in frame rebuild, and new generators installed. Completed a full paint job and at the same time, laundry equipment (2) Maytag washers Kenmore and Maytag dryers.
Mechanical Equipment Machinery
(2) General Motors 12-149 Diesels of 675 hp engines, with in frame total rebuild in 2006
Twin disk transmissions also rebuilt in late 2006 no significant usage since
Above and below water exhausts
Kobelt 3 station air controls, port and starboard wing and pilothouse
Water maker: New 2015 IDROMARE 400L/H
A/C: Cruise Air chilled water system with 4 Technicold 5 ton chillers, new 2007 with most air handlers
MATN’S ZERO SPEED STABILIZERS 2017
Schottle Electric bow thruster, 35 hp three speedsRefit project 2015/16/17
Since November first 2015, “SEAGULL OF CAYMAN” has started a multi million Euro long shipyard period for a full refit, inclusive of all necessary steel work in her bottom, tanks and piping ETC.
All temporary double plates have been removed and steel has been cropped and welded as per Class requirement.
All tanks have been opened, cleaned, sand blasted and epoxy coated as necessary.
A new Hamann black water treatment plan is installed, 2017 MARPOL specification, to replace the existing Microfor system.
95% of the engine room pipes has been replaced, engine room bottom plating still in good condition has been sand blasted and epoxy coated.
All pumps, valves and electric motors in engine room were replaced or serviced.
3 square meters fins, zero speed stabilizers are fitted for modern comfort at anchor.
A full new Awl grip paint job, from top of the mast down, with in depth treatment of corrosion, many stainless steel insert have been added for even better than new protection.
A new huge sun pad has been installed on the upper deck, with new cushion all around the boat.
New flat screen TV and Fusion entertainment center throughout.
Many, many more technical renovations have been done and are still in progress.
The aft deck is now open, in a more European style, also giving “SEAGULL” a much nicer profile…
During last summer, “SEAGULL” performed sea trials and testing of all repaired or new systems to insure proper performances and services.
Last phase of the refit is the interior décor restyling that has been given to Patrick Khayat creator of Blanc Bleu.
The new interior is a “modern Classic” using noble material like silk carpet, leather and brass for a perfect harmony with the yacht style.
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 his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice. This listing is a courtesy of a member of the International Yacht Brokers Association and may be centrally listed with another broker. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey representation of a particular vessel.