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130' Superyacht very nice and reliable, recently crossed Atlantic ocean !

  • Make: Anastasiades & Tso
  • Model: one off
  • Year: 1982
  • Location: Cartagena, Bolivar, Colombia

Description

Currenty registered under German flag, as a private vessel, VAT excempt because of it's age. Original Greek commercial papers additionally available. title free and clear without liens.
The boat will be anchored in Panama, central America this coming week. later on islands in the carribbean will be visited as well.

Built in 1982 by the greek wharf Anastassiades & Tso, this one-off vessel came to life as the first real private high end charter vessel for the greek islands. it could take on 10 - 12 passengers in spacious full-beam cabins with private heads and showers. additionally it would take a crew of 7 people to provide it's guests with anything they'd want for. I bought the vessel as a refit project and have invested substantial time and money into getting her in top-shape again. below is a list of the works done so far.
While out of the water in Greece (summer 2016) following jobs have been carried out;

- Thinner steel plates indicated by steel sonic survey cut out and replaced with new steel
- Both Propeller shafts pulled out of vessel. Straightened. Resurfaced. Balanced. New seals for shaft-bearing (i/o) and new Teflon cutlass bearing system installed (specially machined from solid Teflon block, nitrogen frozen to be fit into the bearing sleeve)
- Propellers straightened and balanced
- Rudder shafts pulled out of vessel. Bearing surfaces re-machined and straightened
- Main engines and generators cooling systems overhauled. New expansion tanks installed on main engines.
- Complete service of all filters and oils in both generators and main engines
- New depth sounder transducer installed
- New Garmin 5012 with new Radar dome installed, connected with new AIS transponder system (AIS vessels appear on Garmin chartplotter)
- New ZF-Marine electric engine controls installed with wireless remote and redundancy cables. Both wheelhouse and waterproof flybridge installation.
- Added 16’ Selva RIB with 90 HP 2-stroke Selva outboard and 6HP Johnson “kicker”
- New hydraulic lines for original Bronze Shoreline winches aft deck
- Added 4 ultrabright underwater light-LED for transom
- Added 24 x 2V 1500 aH gel cells to create 24V housebank @ 3000 aH (powers everything on board if necessary without use of generator)
- Added 24 Solar panels (270W – 37V peak) to charge Housebank (currently not all installed yet as solar panel-bimini not installed yet. 8 panels loose on aft 2nd deck to provide charge for housebank other than the 140A charger (also new installed))
- New 4 x 8D lead-acid batteries for starting main and generators
- Installed daytank watch and auto-refill system
- Added board walkie-talkie set (4 devices)
- Added 2 handheld VHF
- Added 140A battery charger (Housebank)
- Replaced flybridge steering wheel
- Replaced fridge, freezer and Hydraulic steering pump motor from 110v DC to 220v AC (running off dedicated inverter on 24v 3000 aH housebank)
- Added washing machine in former crew mess.
- Added big flat screen TV in salon
- Added Dolby 5.1 surround sound plus blue ray player in salon
- Added Playstation 4 with 2 wireless remote controllers in salon
- Added foldable bicycle as ships bike.
- Added electro step/roller as marina rollabout
- Replaced fire pump (acts as emergency bilgepump too)
- Added several kitchen utilities (coffeemaker, Toaster, icemaker, blender, microwave)
- Added camera system engine room (for viewing in wheelhouse)
- Replaced bed master bedroom with kingsize new bed
- Replaced / added Liferaft / Lifevests / Epirbs / recertified (one Epirb with hydrostatic release)
- Recertified all fire extinguishers
- Replaced engine room automatic fire extinguisher “bulbs”
- Prepared ship for Hellenic Shipping Registry’s technical safety test (passed without incidents)
- Installed separate new racor pre-filters on generators, double filters with valves on each main engine (to allow continuous operation of both main engines)
- Sanded down weathered teak handrails all over ship and re-oiled with teak oil 6 layers

Underneath here you’ll find a list with all the works that have been done AFTER it was splashed in Greece up until the present day (Boat is now in Panama, central America. has been hauled out again for the last two months in Colombia for maintenance and additional refit-work);

- Replaced salon deck floors with PVC tiles sealed and vulcanized to make look like a tile floor. (Nov. 2016)
- Replaced all floors inboard (cabins, salon hallways with PVC wood-like laminate, Kitchen, Wheelhouse, former crew mess in black PVC tiles, sealed and vulcanized to make look like tile floor) (Jan 2017)
- Replaced Starboard muffler main engine. “sleeved” part of port muffler main engine (Oct. 2017)
- Installed watermaker 2000 LPD (Nov 2017)
- Installed new bathroom master cabin (being finished currently)
- Added new dock lines and fenders (4000 euros worth)
- Installed new air-cooled fridge compressor industrial strength (Nov 2017)
- Installed 4 Victron 3kw inverters “stackable” connected to the 3000 Ah Housebank to create 12kW 220v house service to reduce need of generator (appr. 8 LPH when running) (Nov 2017)
- Replaced ALL board lights with LED bulbs (on all 24V, 110V, and 220V systems)
- Sagging ceiling panels main salon are being cleaned and reinstalled properly as we speak (Feb – March 2018)
- Added 11’ twister RIB with 4-stroke 9.9 HP Suzuki outboard new (removed old 18’ speedboat) (Mai 2017)
- 2nd deck and flybridge being stripped from previous fake-teak material and grinded down to bare steel. Recoated in Epoxy anti-corrosive and evened out with Epoxy plaster to make flat even floor. New PVC tiles as on lower deck are on board and will be installed shortly after 2nd deck and flybridge area are done. (Feb – March 2018)
- Swim platform area cleaned down to bare metal and recoated with epoxy anti-corrosive, flattened with epoxy plaster and new teak-deck mounted. (Feb – March 2018)
- Superstructure cleaned off loose plaster, re-plastered and roller painted navy blue with professional polyurethane Yacht paint. (Feb – March 2018)
- Hull cleaned off loose plaster, cleaned down to bare metal, recoated with epoxy anti-corrosive paint, 2 coats of poly urethane professional yacht paint applied by roller (navy blue) (Feb – March 2018)
- Underwater ship cleaned down to bare metal, new anti-corrosive epoxy paint applied, barrier coat, and several coats of antifouling applied (Feb – March 2018)
- Front deck cleaned down to bare metal. Epoxy anti-corrosive paint applied. Evened out and painted with Poly urethane paint. (Feb – March 2018)
- Bow compartment and chain lockers cleaned down to bare metal. Epoxy anti-corrosive paint applied. Afterwards painted with Poly urethane paint. (Feb – March 2018)
- Anchors and chains (115m each) sandblaster and re-galvanized (Feb – March 2018)
- Bow plates where anchors sit against replaced with Stainless steel polished plates (Feb – March 2018)
- Both main engines and generators serviced. Starboard main engine turbo dismounted and inspected / cleaned. Port main engine turbo overhauled. Aftercoolers cleaned out. Valve clearances checked and adjusted. (Feb – March 2018)
- Both Generators new injector tips. Starboard generator injection pump overhauled. (Feb – March 2018)
- Hydraulic lines anchor winch front deck replaced with flexible high-pressure lines. (Feb – March 2018)
- Main engine RPM-gauges and sending-units replaced (analog on engine, Digital in Wheelhouse) (Feb – March 2018)
- Added handheld Revolution-counter for added checking capacity (shaft speed, generator RPM’s etc.) (June 2017)
- Converted bow tank to extra fuel storage to extend range (10.000 liters extra capacity) (Feb 2017)
- Installed transfer pump for bow tank to daytank / mid-engine room tank (Feb 2017)
- Installed Fuel polishing system bow tank to guarantee clean fuel from tank (October 2017)
- Added air fryer to kitchen utilities
- Installed new Simrad autopilot (Feb 2017)
- Added emergency mobile sump pump with firehose 220V with raw water capacities (can pump sand and small pebbles along with water) (Feb 2017)
- Replaced old steel ladder from front deck to wheelhouse with fibreglassed one with Stainless steel handrail (March 2018)
- Replaced side doors (opening outward therefore clumsy) with slide-in fiberglass panels and stainless steel handlebars (March 2018)
- Added portable 220v generator (gasoline) for emergency purposes (June 2017)

I’m sure I have forgotten a few things here and there, as I remember more items I’ll post them afterwards of course


For video proof of atlantic crossing watch:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Dmkbui9JQA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYvA-Z4jl9g


currently the boat is on the hard in South America. i'll soon get another Survey done, and a bottom steel sounding, after which i'll put the vessel back in the water and head into the Caribbean. Vessel can still be inspected then of course, but Haulout facilities are few in the Caribbean for this size vessel :-)


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