YANMAR 4JH DTE 125HP DIESEL ENGINE
Mastervolt Whisper 8000 generator
Condaria air conditioning throughout
WATER 1250 litre
FUEL 1000 litre
BLACK WATER HOLDING TANK 250 litre
GREY WATER HOLDING TANK 300 litre
Watermaker – Shenker 100 Lt
24 volt DC system
Chargers 2 x Mastervolt 100
Mastervolt 40, 2020
Generator Mastervolt 8000 whisper
Condaria 36000BTU airconditioning
Delta inox anchor with 12mm chain
Spade 15kg kedge anchor
2 floating anchors
Hot and cold pressurised water throughout
60 litre hot water boiler
Watermaker – Shenker 100 Lt/h
RECENT WORKS INCLUDE:
New teak decks
New Air conditioning units
New Navigation systems computer
All new LED lighting
The hull is in Carbon-Nomex painted in pearl white
The flush deck and low coach roof of the vessel is finished with hand laid teak
Steering via two custom carbon Y spoke wheels and Vectran cable system
The deck is adorned with no less than 16 custom Marten Yachts carbon flush hatches, providing ample light and fresh air into the interior of the vessel
The stern is equipped with a garage for the dinghy and for general storage use
The teak deck highlights the typical Vismara design: smooth cabin with ample living space
and coamings together with the double cockpit, the after for the helmsman with two
wheels and the central one for guests.
Hull and deck are built in pre-preg carbon vacuum bagged and cured at 80° with Nomex core, in order to develop an extremely rigid yet light and well insulated structure.
To save weight and give the maximum strength to the boat many of the furniture elements, such as the frontals, or the horizontal shelves of the settees are in sandwich of pre-preg carbon with Nomex core.
Furuno 10.4 radar
Computer for navigation systems
Computer for internet
VHF (one at navstation and one in cockpit)
Inmarsat Sat C
Iridium and GSM telephone
B&G 20x20 instruments
15" nav station screen
2 Suunto compasses
Avon RiB 315
Yanmar 15HP outboard engine
Titanium bathing ladder
Sharp LCD 28" TV
Linn home theatre Hifi system
5 speakers in dinette
1 sub woofer
4 deck speakers
2 sea anchors (bow and stern)
Two 406 Epirbs
Two Autoflug 6 person liferafts
12 Avon safety belt
SLEEPS SIX GUESTS IN THREE CABINS AND TWO CREW IN ONE CABIN
The layout and the general styling of “Mister A” make the boat particularly comfortable and functional. The standard of finish is SUPERB.
The boat is divided into two areas: the crew mess aft and the owner/guests area from amidships forwards. This separation assures mutual privacy, but also takes in consideration the differences between the use of the boat during blue water navigation and in harbour. For this reason there are two galleys, one close to the crew mess and navigation area. The main galley is amidships close to the saloon.
The owners suite is located amidships and provided with two separate single berths with desk and office in between. The saloon is very well lit superbly finished and comfortable for socialising. The two guest cabins are upper and lower berths provided and they are forward preceding the sail locker.
The furniture design utilises a mix of hitech and traditional styling and materials. Cherry wood is used to face the furniture and the bulkheads. Carbon structures of items, such as the entrance ladder are left bare to remind the owner just what a special yacht this is.
The entertainment system in the saloon includes a Linn home theatre Hifi system with 5 speakers and a sub woofer in the dinette and 4 speakers on deck.
Sharp LCD 28" TV.
Both galleys are equipped with:
4 burner cooker
One also has a dishwasher and freezer
Six on deck electric Harken winches
Frederiksen deck gear blocks
The main sail traveller is controlled with a custom under deck hydraulic system.
The rotating carbon wing mast can be hydraulically rotated 35º either side of centre, is fully adjustable via hydraulic headstay & inner stay tensioning system, with running backstays connected to Harken electric winches
Standing rig of SS rod with full set of Carbon rods for racing
All North Sails 3DL carbon/Kevlar (2203 due for replacement winter 2011/12)
Full battened main sail
Selection of head sails
Carbon Main and Jib (2004)
Set of Dacron delivery sails
Staysail and Storm Jib