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              MAJESTY 121
1.     GENERAL.............................................................................................................................................. 1
     1.1       DEFINITIONS .......................................................................................................... 1
     1.2       INTENT ................................................................................................................... 1
     1.3       TYPE OF VESSEL .................................................................................................... 1
     1.4       DIMENSIONS AND GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS ...................................................... 1
     1.5       BRIEF DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................... 1
     1.6       PERFORMANCE AND DESIGN ................................................................................. 3
     1.7       PLANS .................................................................................................................... 3
     1.8       ARTICLES SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER .................................................................... 3
     1.9       MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP ......................................................................... 4
     1.10      INSPECTION ........................................................................................................... 4
     1.11      CARE OF VESSEL.................................................................................................... 5
     1.12      TESTS ..................................................................................................................... 5
     1.13      INCLINING EXPERIMENT........................................................................................ 5
     1.14      DOCK TRIAL........................................................................................................... 5
     1.15      SEA TRIAL .............................................................................................................. 5
     1.16      ACCEPTANCE AND DELIVERY ............................................................................... 6
     1.17      CERTIFICATES, MANUALS AND REPORTS ............................................................ 6
     1.18      SPARE PARTS ......................................................................................................... 8
2      GENERAL FIBERGLASS CONSTRUCTION .................................................................................. 9
     2.1       GENERAL ............................................................................................................... 9
     2.2       MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................. 9
     2.3       FUEL TANKS .......................................................................................................... 9
     2.4       GREY & BLACK WATER TANK............................................................................... 9
     2.5       FRESH WATER TANK.............................................................................................. 8
     2.6       LUBE OIL TANKS ................................................................................................... 8
     2.7       BULWARK .............................................................................................................. 8
     2.8       RUBBING STRAKE .................................................................................................. 8
3.     HULL AND SUPERSTRUCTURE FITTINGS ................................................................................ 10
     3.1       PORTLIGHTS ........................................................................................................ 10
     3.2       WINDOWS ............................................................................................................ 10
     3.3       HATCHES ............................................................................................................. 10
     3.4       SCUPPERS AND FREEING PORTS .......................................................................... 10
     3.5       EXTERNAL DOORS ............................................................................................... 11
     3.6       CHAIN LOCKER .................................................................................................... 11
     3.7       TENDER STORAGE ............................................................................................... 11
     3.8       JET-SKI STORAGE ............................................................................................... 11
4.     DECK FITTINGS AND EQUIPMENT............................................................................................. 12
     4.1       ANCHOR-WINCH AND CAPSTANS ........................................................................ 12
     4.2       ANCHOR AND CHAIN ........................................................................................... 12
     4.3       DOORS IN BULWARK ........................................................................................... 12
     4.4       LIFE RAFT AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT ................................................................ 12
     4.5       CLEATS AND FAIRLEADS ..................................................................................... 13
     4.6       FLAG POLES ......................................................................................................... 13
     4.7       MAST ................................................................................................................... 13
     4.8        COVERS................................................................................................................ 13
     4.9        STORAGE FOR FIRE AND DECK-EQUIPMENT ....................................................... 13
     4.10       DECK INVENTORY ............................................................................................... 14
     4.11       STORAGE CHOCKS............................................................................................... 14
5.      MACHINERY ...................................................................................................................................... 14
     5.1     GENERAL ............................................................................................................. 14
     5.2     PROPULSION ........................................................................................................ 14
        5.2.1     Main Engines ............................................................................................... 14
        5.2.2     Gearboxes .................................................................................................... 14
        5.2.3     Propellers ..................................................................................................... 15
        5.2.4     Stern Tube. .................................................................................................. 15
        5.2.5     Shaft ............................................................................................................. 15
        5.2.6     Rudders ........................................................................................................ 15
        5.2.7     Steering Gear ............................................................................................... 15
     5.3      FLEXIBLE MOUNTINGS ........................................................................................ 15
     5.4     EXHAUST LINES ................................................................................................... 16
     5.5     CONTROLS ........................................................................................................... 16
     5.6      INSTRUMENTATION ............................................................................................. 16
     5.7      GENERATING SETS .............................................................................................. 16
     5.8     BOWTHRUSTER.................................................................................................... 17
     5.9     TRIM TABS ........................................................................................................... 17
6.      PIPING ARRANGEMENTS AND PUMPING SYSTEMS ............................................................. 17
     6.1        COOLING WATER SYSTEM ENGINES .................................................................... 17
     6.2        FUEL SYSTEM ...................................................................................................... 17
     6.3        BILGE AND DECK WASH SYSTEM ........................................................................ 18
     6.4        HYDRAULIC SYSTEM ........................................................................................... 18
     6.5        FRESH WATER SYSTEM........................................................................................ 19
     6.6        TOILET SYSTEM ................................................................................................... 19
     6.7        GREY WATER SYSTEM ........................................................................................ 19
7.      VENTILATION ................................................................................................................................... 19
     7.1        ENGINE ROOM ..................................................................................................... 19
     7.2        ACCOMMODATION .............................................................................................. 20
     7.3        MAIN ENGINES .................................................................................................... 20
     7.4        GENERATOR SETS ............................................................................................... 20
     7.5        BATTERY SETS .................................................................................................... 20
8.      AIR CONDITIONING ........................................................................................................................ 20
     8.1        GENERAL AND CAPACITY ................................................................................... 20
     8.2        COOLING UNITS ................................................................................................... 20
     8.3        PIPELINES ............................................................................................................ 21
9.      ENGINE ROOM VARIOUS .............................................................................................................. 21
     9.1        FIRE-FIGHTING SYSTEM ...................................................................................... 21
     9.2        WORK BENCH ...................................................................................................... 21
     9.3        FLOORING ............................................................................................................ 21
     9.4        GUARDS ............................................................................................................... 22
     9.5        RAILING ............................................................................................................... 22
     9.6        MARKING............................................................................................................. 22
     9.7       SINK ..................................................................................................................... 22
     9.8       STORAGE TANKS ................................................................................................. 22
10.         INSULATION AND SOUND PROOFING .................................................................................. 22

11          ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION ................................................................................................. 23
     11.1      GENERAL ............................................................................................................. 23
     11.2      ELECTRIC CABLE AND WIRING............................................................................ 24
     11.3      MAIN ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 380 VOLT, 50 HZ .................................................... 24
     11.4      LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEM 24 VOLT DC ................................................................. 24
     11.5      BATTERIES AND CHARGING ................................................................................ 24
     11.6      MAIN SWITCH BOARD 380 VOLT, 50 HZ, 3 PHASE ............................................. 25
     11.7      OUTGOING CIRCUITS ........................................................................................... 26
     11.8      DISTRIBUTION PANEL .......................................................................................... 26
     11.9      LIGHTING, ACCOMMODATION AND ENGINE ROOM ........................................... 26
     11.10     ALARMS ............................................................................................................... 27
     11.11     FIRE-DETECTION SYSTEM .................................................................................... 28
     11.12     EXTERIOR-LIGHTING ........................................................................................... 28
     11.13     NAVIGATION LIGHTS ........................................................................................... 28
     11.14     SHORE CONNECTIONS .......................................................................................... 28

12.         NAVIGATION AND WHEELHOUSE EQUIPMENT ............................................................... 29
     12.1 GENERAL ............................................................................................................. 29
     12.2 COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT ........................................................................... 29
       12.2.1 SART (SRH Radar Transponder) ....................................................................
       12.2.2 Intercom Telephone System ............................................................................
       12.2.3 EPIRB ..............................................................................................................
       12.2.4 Loudhailer........................................................................................................
     12.3 NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT ................................................................................... 29
       12.3.1 Magnetic Compasses (Main Helm / Flybridge) ..............................................
       12.3.2 Wind Speed Direction Meter ...........................................................................
     12.4 TELEPHONE SYSTEM ...............................................................................................
     12.5 HORN .......................................................................................................................
     12.6 WINDSCREEN WIPERS AND WASHERS.....................................................................
     12.7 SEARCH LIGHTS .......................................................................................................
13.         ACCOMMODATION .................................................................................................................... 30
     13.1      INTERIOR ............................................................................................................. 30
     13.2      LAY-OUT ............................................................................................................. 30
     13.3      DETAILING AND QUALITY .................................................................................. 30
     13.4      EXTERIOR MAIN DECK ....................................................................................... 30
     13.5      EXTERIOR FLYING BRIDGE. ................................................................................ 31
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1.            GENERAL

1.1           DEFINITIONS

              "The Builder" refers to the company that is contracted to build the yacht as
              described in these specifications.
              "The Owner" refers to the person or company who (which) contracted the
              Builder for the construction of the yacht as described in these specifications.

1.2           INTENT

              It is the intent of these specifications, plans, and addendum to the
              specifications, and contract so the Builder shall construct, equip and furnish
              this yacht complete and ready for service according to the classification society
              and flag state of the yacht

1.3           TYPE OF VESSEL

              The vessel is to be constructed as a 121’ FRP Motor Yacht. The need of high
              finish understood and all efforts made to select materials of "yacht" standards.
              All equipment are of high quality and specially chosen/adapted to secure
              functions and reliability for the yacht.

1.4           DIMENSIONS AND GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS

              Length over all                       :      121.423’             37.01      m
              Length on waterline                   :      101.377’             30.9       m
              Beam                                  :       24.737’             7.54       m
              Draft fully loaded                    :       5.7086’             1.74       m
              Loaded displacment                    :      154.7               Ton Approx.

              Fuel Oil Capacity                     : 8070 US Gls (30,550.00 ltr.)
              Fresh Water Capacity                  : 1,289 US Gls (4,872.00 ltr.)
              Grey Water Capacity                   : 380 US Gls ( 1,311.00 ltr.)
              Black Water Capacity                  : 380 US Gls ( 1,311.00 ltr.)

Dimensions and tank capacities are given within 10% accuracy.

        All effort will be made for fuel oil capacity that will allow for a range of 1800 nm
         @ (economy) 12 knots with 10% reserve.
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1.5           BRIEF DESCRIPTION

              Type of vessel                      :   121 Ft FRP Luxury Motor Yacht.

              Construction                        :   Hull, Superstructure and mast will be
                                                      executed in Glass Fibre Polyester
                                                      Sandwich Construction , with Core Cell
                                                      foam core.

              Main propulsion                     :   Twin MTU 16V 2000 M93 main
                                                      engines. Each developing 2400hp at
                                                      2450 rpm, driving high quality
                                                      propellers with shaft and shaft tubes.

              Operating conditions                :   Air temperature 32-104°F (0-40°C)
                                                      Seawater temperature 32-86°F (0-
                                                      30°C).

      Classification    :      Bureau Veritas (BV )
                               Bureau Veritas will contractually audit the yacht build during
                               The whole process.

                               The following rules will be followed as much as possible

                               International Agreement for Collisions at Sea (1972)
                               Marine Rules for country of Registration (United Arab
                                                                          Emirates)

              General

       Five en-suite cabins for owner, VIP and guests two guest cabins with additional
        Pullman berths.(or as per G.A)
       One Captain and Three double crew cabins with additional Pullman berth.(or as per
        final G.A)
       Aft galley with freezer, chiller and dry store with shelving ( or as per final G.A)
       Fly bridge helm station on port side ( or as per finalG.A)
       Teak planking on all decks except tender deck ( or as per final G.A)
       G8 Satellite TV ( KVH)
       Satellite Communications ( Thurya &Fleet 55 )
       Intercom /Telephone PABX System ( Panasonic)
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1.6    PERFORMANCE AND DESIGN

       The target performance at delivery /hand over will be:

       Target speed at sea trial / delivery for standard boat displacement with clean
       Bottom will be 24 knots at standard test condition with 10% tanks capacity of
       Standard boat with engines at maximum continuous rating and calm sea state
       With wind not more than 2 beaufort scale . This should be done with 3 return
       Runs over a measured mile (at a depth of >20Mtrs) with the average taken as
       The final speed. Should no measured mile be available speed measurements
       May be carried out with two separate GPS units using the above parameters

      Range for standard boat displacement will be about 1800 nm at (economy) 12
      knots. Sea State 2 and wind Speed not more than Beaufort scale 2.

      Penalties of ten Thousand Dirham’s( 10,000dhs) per one tenth knot (1/10
      knot) from final speed achieved to target speed at sea trial / delivery
      against the builder will apply only once should target speed at sea trial/
      delivery not be achieved.

       Note : Above mentioned speeds not to be taken as a binder in this
              specification

1.7    PLANS

       The following plans are furnished by Gulf Craft Inc., and form a part of these
       specifications:

       Profile & Top View

       General arrangement

       In case discrepancies exist between the Contract, the Specification and the
       Drawings, the Contract shall have precedence over both the Specification and
       the Drawings and the Specification shall have precedence over the Drawings.

1.8    ARTICLES SUPPLIED BY THE OWNER

       Except where otherwise specified herein, the following procedure will be
       followed:

       The Builder will furnish and install all equipment as mentioned in these
       specifications.
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           The Builder will be responsible for all articles furnished by Owner under these
           specifications and will store all such articles in a suitable warehouse until
           needed. Builder shall store in a suitable manner on board of the yacht, at proper
           time these articles, consigned to him for Owner's account for use in the yacht.
           These articles will be stowed in suitable lockers, drawers or chocks. additional
           charge shall be made for this.

1.9        MATERIALS AND WORKMANSHIP

           Wood to be used will be sound, clear and free from moisture, knots, checks,
           splits, shakes or sap. It will be well seasoned and have a kind and quality well
           suited for the work intended.

           All plywood will be of the best quality marine type waterproof grade.
           All wood exposed to weather will be teak.

           Light alloy materials will be sea water resistant quality, free from defects such
           as cracks and lamination. Stainless steel will of AISI 316 if not indicated
           further.

           All materials, details of equipment and appliances, installed or delivered with
           The yacht, will be new and of high quality suitable for the use they were
           Intended All equipment and appliances will be of the most updated type of its
           Kind and manufactured by internationally recognised companies. The
           Equipment will be able to withstand room temperatures in their respective
           Environments for long periods of time without decreases in efficiency.


Stainless Steel

All areas that are meant to withstand corrosion (rubbing strakes, portholes, railings, and
door fittings etc including interior fittings) must be of AISI 316L stainless steel

Bronze

All bronze components used throughout the yacht will be sea water resistant

1.10       INSPECTION

           The Owner and/or his representative shall have full access to the yacht and to
           any workshop where work for the yacht is executed during the life of the
           contract. Visits will be made at reasonable times and with notice.
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1.11   CARE OF VESSEL
       The yacht will be built in a building suitable for the construction of FRP
       vessels.

1.12   TESTS

       All work accomplished under this specification will be thoroughly tested as
       specified or directed to demonstrate satisfactory workmanship, suitability for
       the purpose intended and that all requirements of the specifications have been
       satisfactorily fulfilled.

       In general all mechanical, electrical and electronic systems, automatic
       contracts, alarm systems etc will have to be tested and to be in satisfactory
       working conditions while fed by onboard generators. Any fault found must be
       rectified .

1.13   INCLINING EXPERIMENT

       When the yacht has been practically completed and outfitted, the Builder will
       make an inclining experiment. The Builder will provide the necessary
       personnel and the equipment for the experiment to assist in doing so. Following
       inclining experiment , stability book will be furnish.

1.14   DOCK TRIAL

       When the work specified herein has been sufficiently completed, the Builder
       will conduct dock trials, during which all main and auxiliary machinery
       supplied and/or installed shall be thoroughly tested. This includes main
       propulsion machinery to an acceptable level of power, taking into consideration
       the facilities at the Builders Quay and the safety of the vessel. Any defects that
       may develop during the dock trials, for which the Builder is responsible, will
       be corrected

1.15   SEA TRIAL

       When all work specified herein has been practically completed, the Builder will
       conduct sea trials under normal weather conditions, during which
       owners/owners rep. will be notified & present , the operating of the vessel
       including all machinery and equipment will be examined. All machinery and
       systems usually operating under service conditions will be put into operation
       simultaneously and continuously so far as practicable. This will involve the
       operation of deck machinery and miscellaneous equipment. During which
       owners / owners rep will sign on the acceptance testing reports for each
       operation .
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           Speed trials will be held under fair weather conditions (maximum Bf.2) and
           carried out with ca.10% filled tanks, owners /owners rep. will be notified and
           present on the trial and sign on the acceptance test reports during this trial ,
           endurance trial will be conducted at gradual increase in RPM as per engine
           manufacture recommendation in loading and time allowed for each loading
           condition as well (25% , 50% , 75% and 100% of MCR)

           All navigation and communications equipment will be properly adjusted .
           Endurance trial will be as per engine manufacture recommendation and of the
           following with engine manufacture approval for not less than eight hours

      In deep water >20Mtrs
      Wind not more than Beaufort Scale 2
      Sea State calm.
      Provided engine manufacture approval ,75% of endurance trial will be at 100%
       RPM of engine maximum continuous rating . Any essential failure that results in
       the reduction of RPM will render endurance trial void and must be started again for
       a period of not less than Eight hours.

Manoeuvring trials during endurance test will consist of
    Turning trial port and starboard
    Crash stop at maximum speed one time only and subject to engine manufacture
       approval .
    From ahead to slow astern
    Slow astern
    Slow ahead with both engines
    Manoeuvrability with bow thruster
    Slow ahead with alternate engines
The builder will supply the owner with a report of all trials

1.16       ACCEPTANCE AND DELIVERY

           When fully completed and all terms have been agreed by the Builder, an
           official notification will be sent to the owner /owners rep informing them of the
           yacht completion , the yacht will be handed over to the Owner in ” showroom”
           condition . Which means vessel will be delivered to the owner as it would be .
           Delivery will be at the Builder's yard or a suitable place to be agreed upon.

1.17       CERTIFICATES, MANUALS AND REPORTS

           The following certificates will be supplied in duplicate upon delivery of the
           yacht. Where not available a temporary certificate can be acceptable:
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           Builder's certificate
           Classification certificate
           Certificate for lifesaving appliances.
           International & Suez tonnage certificates

        Fuel consumption and speed report will be provided after measurement during
        trials by the engine manufacturer.

        All system drawings, wiring diagrams, docking plan and tank capacity tables
        and stability booklet will be provided as built. l. A list of all major equipment
        with model numbers, suppliers and other important information will be
        supplied with the vessel.

        All the drawings and calculations necessary to the construction and
        performance of the yacht and systems will be carried out in accordance with
        these specifications and in agreement with the classification society
        requirements. The owner can request changes to the drawings as along as not
        affecting the ship scantling or ship structure , ship stability ,ship trim& ship
        listing ,as well as performance of the yacht and / or standard yacht building
       practice. As soon as the final drawings have been approved and stamped by the
       classification society one copy (in soft and hard copy) of each will be handed
       over to the owner’s representative. The above refers to drawings specifically
       carried out for this yacht.


The drawings will include, but not limited to the following:

   General Arrangement Plan
   Hull Structure Plan
   Structure Plan
   Superstructure structure Plan
   Rudders
   Mast
   Location of accommodation spaces, void, bilges, manholes
   Main engine foundations
   Outside joinery works
   Interior Joinery works and furnishings
   Piping
   Sanitary system
   Davits
   Shafts
   Engine room piping
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          Electrical systems diagrams
          Safety plan
          Docking plan
          Tanks Capacity plans

1.18           SPARE PARTS

               Scope of supply according to Classification requirements.
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2     GENERAL FIBERGLASS CONSTRUCTION

2.1   GENERAL

      Hull, decks, bulkheads, superstructure and mast will be executed in glass fibre
      polyester sandwich (balsa or core cell foam core).

2.2   MATERIAL SPECIFICATIONS

      Hull and Superstructure construction

      Hull material                      :   (Core Cell) ATC Foam
      Frames                             :   (Core Cell) ATC Foam
      Outer skin & inner skins           :   Skin coat of Vinylester Resin
      Superstructure outside             :   Balsa wood
      Frames                             :   (Core Cell) ATC Foam
      Resin                              :   Skin coat of Vinylester Resin,
                                             remaining laminate with Isopthalic
                                             Polyester resin.

2.3   FUEL TANKS

      five (5) integral storage tanks and one (1) day tank will be integrated in the
      construction as double bottom tanks with one additional suction lead per main
      tank with isolation valves situated on the fuel manifold .

      All tanks provided with swash plates, properly stiffened, manholes, fill pipes,
      ventilation pipes, connection pipes to manifold, sounding system, etc.
      The day tank will have Main Deck operated remote-controlled shut-off valve.

2.4   GREY & BLACK WATER TANK

      two (2) Grey water tank capacity of approx. 347 US Gls.
      two (2) Black water tank capacity of approx. 347 US Gls.
      Tank provided with manhole, ventilation pipe and sounding system. the boot-
      top line. On main deck level there is a discharge flange connection.

2.5   FRESH WATER TANK

      One (1) integral double-bottom tank, provided with swash plate, manhole,
      ventilation pipe, connection pipes to water pressure system and sounding
      system.
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2.6     LUBE OIL TANKS

        A fresh lube oil storage tank of 126 gallon will be installed. A dirty lube oil
        tank of 126 gallon will be installed. Both tanks will be incorporated in the
        bottom structure.

2.7     BULWARK

        Filling stations for fuel and fresh water will be placed on main deck level
        outside the superstructure. These stations will be executed in such a way that
        they are in compliance with applicable USCG rules against pollution.

2.8     RUBBING STRAKE

        An FRP profile as indicated on the profile drawing. The FRP profile will be
        protected by means of a stainless steel strip.


3.    HULL AND SUPERSTRUCTURE FITTINGS

3.1     PORTLIGHTS

         Stainless steel portholes of rectangular and round shape with rounded corners,
         and clear safety glass. All portholes will be equipped with mosquito screens
         and opening sensors . Portholes will have deadlights attached. Number of
         portholes as indicated on plans.

3.2     WINDOWS

        The windows in the superstructure are glued into the FRP construction. All
        windows will be safety glass .
        Wheelhouse front windows will be clear, all other windows will be tinted dark
        grey.


3.3     HATCHES

               One (1) flush inspection hatch to forepeak.
               One (1) stainless steel sliding L shaped hatch to fly bridge.

3.4     SCUPPERS AND FREEING PORTS

        Scupper pipes will be installed to provide proper drainage of all outside decks,
        drainage to the boot top. Freeing ports as indicated on profile plan. Scupper
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      pipes will be installed to provide proper drainage of all outside decks so as to
      avoid any water accumulation.

      Freeing ports will be flush with deck

3.5    EXTERNAL DOORS

             One (1) watertight door to engine room from galley . the door will be
              fitted with central closing system operating 4 dogs ( opacmare)
             One (1) water tight flip up door in the transom as entrance door to the
              aft garage /galley or engine room.( FRP)
             One (1) stainless steel framed sliding door in aft bulkhead of
              salon will be splash watertight.
             Two (2) stainless steel pantograph doors in superstructure sides on main
              deck. All doors will be equipped with efficient locking system. (
              opacmare)
             One water tight hinged door from aft cockpit to galley area below main
              deck .

3.6    CHAIN LOCKER

       A chain locker, located in the lower part of the forepeak with stainless steel
       chain pipe. A durable rubber compound lining will be applied in internal hull
       structure in chain locker to protect hull and bulkheads. The chain locker will be
       suitably drained.

3.7    TENDER STORAGE

       On fly bridge deck a free space, suitable for a 17’ rigid inflatable tender is to be
       provided. Launching by means of a hydraulic opacmare crane 1700kg lifting
       capacity with 6 mtr.extended boom .

3.8    JET-SKI STORAGE

       On fly bridge deck a free space, suitable for two jet ski’s is to be provided.
       Launching by means of the hydraulic crane as used for the Tender.
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4.        DECK FITTINGS AND EQUIPMENT


4.1       ANCHOR-WINCH AND CAPSTANS

      One (1) anchor-winch type VRC 6000, make MUIR or equivalent, and
      Scotchman recessed into deck with suitable drainage to water line. will be mounted
      on fore deck. The winch is of the vertical-shaft type and equipped with capstan
      head. The winch will be operated by foot switches as well as from main and F/B
      stations . chain counter will be installed on main and f/b stations .

      Two electrically operated Flush mount vertical capstan type VC 2000W 24 V. DC,
      make sanguinity or equivalent, are mounted on the aft deck/swimming platform.
      Deck switches operate the capstans. Capstan wells to have suitable system in
      waterline

4.2       ANCHOR AND CHAIN

          One (1) SHHP anchor with stainless steel lined anchor roller
          One (1) 150mtr. short link chain-cable U2 grade of 13 mm diameter will be
          supplied. Last link of chain will be fastened securely in the chain locker with
          an emergency release.


4.3       DOORS IN BULWARK

          Two (2) FRP doors provided with stainless steel hardware. Doors located in the
          aft. bulwark PS & SB will be fixed with rubber cushioning. A stainless steel
          gate will protect the stairs leading to the swimming platform. Two (2) FRP
          access doors forward port and starboard near as practical to interior forward
          entrance. All bulwark doors will have flush or recessed hinges and locking
          mechanisms. Marquipt or equivalent tide ride gangway to be supplied.
          Suitable recess in forward bulwark for stowage of tide ride gangway to be
          designed.


4.4       LIFE RAFT AND SAFETY EQUIPMENT

          All safety equipment to be USCG approved and properly installed and stowed.
               Two (2) 10-person offshore solas life raft suitable for yacht ,will be
                supplied and installed on fly-bridge deck recessed into .
               Two (2) 24” life saving rings in s.st brackets to be supplied and installed
                with name and port of registry .
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          Fifteen (15) adult life preservers and six (6) for children to be supplied.
          Suitably approved offshore Medical kit.
          Fire blanket for galley .
          Dry chemical Fire Extinguishers to be installed in suitable locations;

4.5   CLEATS AND FAIRLEADS

      Stainless Steel cleats, two (2) on fore deck, two (2) on aft deck and two (2)
      amidships. Necessary cleats for fender lines will be fitted Oval fairleads at
      sides in bulwark as shown on profile drawing. Fairleads will be finished with
      stainless steel.

4.6   FLAG POLES

          Flag pole on main deck aft, made of stainless steel, with truck, halyard, cleat etc.
          Flag pole on bow.
          Nylon flag halyards and cleats to be fitted where required.

4.7   MAST

      FRP mast as shown on General Arrangement Plan and provided with:

          Platform for radar and aerials, combined with signal halyards, cleats and
           masthead-light platform.
          Flood Light
          Built-in deck lights in underside
          KAHLENBERG air Signal Horn
          Cameras
          One anchor light
          One (1) Searchlight, with remote controlled.

4.8   COVERS

      PVC or equal covers will be supplied for anchor winch, wheelhouse windows,
      searchlights, horn, outside cushions, external tables , tenders, jet skis , etc.

4.9   STORAGE FOR FIRE AND DECK-EQUIPMENT

      Suitable places for storage of hoses will be provided on fore- and aft deck.
      Adequate storage for fenders, lines, boat hooks and cleaning supplies in deck
      locker forward and in deck benches on boat- and aft deck.
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4.10    DECK INVENTORY

        The following items will be supplied and installed or stowing arrangements to
        be provided for:

            Four (4) mooring lines, braided nylon, 1" diameter, 100 ft / 30 m. each.
            Eight (8) PVC inflatable fenders with Dacron covers, size 15" x 40"
             (208x1000 mm).
            Two (2) aluminium boat hooks, telescopic type.

4.11    STORAGE CHOCKS

        Tender, wave runners will be supplied by the Owner.
        Chocks, straps etc. to be supplied and fitted by Builder , with design approved
        by owner/owners rep.

5.      MACHINERY


5.1     GENERAL

        All machinery will be installed to manufacturer’s requirements and according
        to Classification Society Requirements.
        Flexibility of all connecting pipes, cables, hoses and shafts will be matching to
        the flexibility of the supports of the equipment.

        Pumps and parts will be standardized wherever possible.

5.2     PROPULSION

        Engines will be equipped with fresh water cooling, heat exchanger, seawater
        pump, oil cooler and oil drain pump. Engine installation as per engine
        manufacturer.

5.2.1   MAIN ENGINES

        Make                               :    Twin MTU 16V 2000 M93
        Max. output                        :    2400hp at 2450 R.P.M.

5.2.2   GEARBOXES

        Make                               :    ZF Marine
        Reduction Ratio                    :    2.536:1
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5.2.3   PROPELLERS

        Two (2) Copper Nickel Aluminium propellers, diameter apprx. 48”
        (1220 mm).


5.2.4   STERN TUBE.

        Stern tube to be fitted with water-lubricated bearings,     fitted with a self-
        aligning inner seal, make Tides Marine or similar

5.2.5   SHAFT

        90mm Duplex S.St shaft made of temet 25 or equiv.

5.2.6   RUDDERS

        Twin spade rudders, made of bronze , or equivalent .
        Dimensions and execution as indicated by the designer and classification
        society


5.2.7   STEERING GEAR

        Make kobelt Equipment or equivelant, twin rudder full servo hydraulic
        powered steering gear, providing torque over 2x35 degrees rudder angle.
        Steering wheel control In main steering station and fly bridge steering station
        as well as joystic control in port side docking station with rudder gauge angle
        indicator
        An emergency steering system is to be installed consisting of one (1) manual
        hydraulic helm pump system and emergency tiller arm in rudder room area .

        Dimensions and execution in accordance with the requirements of
        Classification Society .

5.3     FLEXIBLE MOUNTINGS

        Generator sets will be resilient mounted. Engines will be mounted on flexible
        mountings.
        All pipe connections to engines have flexible parts.
        One flexible coupling between propeller shaft and gearbox. Torsional vibration
        will be minimized and choice of mounts will be in accordance with the
        requirements of the Classification Society.
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      The main engine supplier will carry out Torsional Vibration Calculation for the
      propulsion train.
      Electrical motors will be resilient mounted.

5.4   EXHAUST LINES

      Main engines to be equipped with water-injected exhaust pipes through sides
      near transom.

      Generator sets to be equipped with water-injected exhausts and mufflers.
      Discharge through ship's sides.

      Materials: Stainless steel AISI316L pipe and compensators.

5.5   CONTROLS

      Controls for main Propulsion engines , bow thruster and steering will be
      controlled from wheelhouse and fly-bridge-station as well as port side docking
      station which will include rudder angle indicator as well .

5.6   INSTRUMENTATION

      The yacht will be equipped with a basic integrated electronic monitoring
      system for propulsion units, generator sets, bilge alarm, fire alarm, tank
      contents, etc.

5.7   GENERATING SETS

      Two marine diesel generator sets of 55 kW, 50 Hz each. Make Northern lights .

      Each generator is standby for the other and can work in parallel

      Gen. sets with synchronizer module
      Both sets provided with ventilated sound shield.
      Heat exchangers, fresh water cooling and seawater pump are built on these
      units.
      Electric starting system 24 Volt.
      Flexible mountings will be used.
      All pipe connections will be flexible.
      Aqua-lift and -lock in exhaust line.
      Perko sea strainers
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5.8    BOWTHRUSTER

       Hydraulic bow thrusters 16” SIDE POWER SP 550 will be installed. A
       protective grid will be fitted.

5.9    TRIM TABS

       The yacht will be equipped with trim tabs ( BCS MY 4000) with indicators on
       main & flybridge stations. The trim tabs’ setting is adjusted by hydraulic
       cylinders. Manual controls to be fitted in the wheelhouse and on the fly
       bridge.

       Stern Gangway (Passerelle)

      An electro-hydraulic operated box type stern gangway Opacmare or equal will
      be fitted under the main deck stbd side stairs to the swim platform . Extended
      length 6Mtrs and walking width approx 600mm with automatic stanchion and
      rope handrails. When closed will be by means of watertight flush mounted door.


6.     PIPING ARRANGEMENTS AND PUMPING SYSTEMS

       Piping will be colour-coded and indicate flow direction.

6.1    COOLING WATER SYSTEM ENGINES

           Main and auxiliary engines will have fresh water cooling systems with
            heat exchangers, oil cooler and seawater pumps.
           Two (2) large seawater inlets with crossover facility.
           Valves and filters will be fitted.
           Pipelines will be CuNiFer or stainless steel for sea water lines.
           Flexible connections to engines through best quality rubber hoses with
            double stainless steel clips on both ends.
           Seawater inlet strainers will have isolation valves, are easy accessible and
            quickly cleaned.

6.2    FUEL SYSTEM

           Double bottom storage tanks with sounding system.
           Double bottom day tank with sounding system and high and low level
            alarm.
           Tanks have a centralized filling station on main deck SB side. All tanks
            vented to main deck level.
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          One (1) electric transfer pump 380V/3-phase will be installed. The fuel
           transfer pump will be auto OFF but manual ON. The fuel transfer pump
           will be suitable for diesel
          One emergency hand pump.
          Fuel transfer from storage tanks to day tank will be monitored through a
           flow meter.
          Fuel lines will be made of stainless steel pipes, connections to engines
           and auxiliary by flexible hoses.
          All valves will be ball-type.
          Racor filters with alarm will be installed for both engines and generators.
          Filling station to be on port side main deck recessed into superstructure
          All Filling system is to be free as practical of 90 deg bends
          and all meter gauges are to be in metric system
          Fuel filtering (centrifugal type) system between all fuel tanks and day
           tank feeding main engines and generators

6.3   BILGE AND DECK WASH SYSTEM

      Provisions will be made to ensure unobstructed flow of bilge water to suction
      outlets of the bilge system.
           One (1) electric self-priming bilge/general service pump, 380V 3-phase.
           One (1) same electric self-priming bilge pump, 380V 3-phase as back up.
           One (1) emergency hand pump.

      One of the bilge pump so arranged that it can serve bilge system or fire fighting
      system while second can serve bilge system only.
      Pumps draw from a bilge valve chest and discharge overboard.
      In the accommodation PVC suctions lines 1 1/4" (38 mm) will be fitted and in
      the engine room Cunifer or Stainless Steel pipes to be fitted.
      All bilge suctions provided with storm boxes.
      Bilge alarm system will be installed.

6.4   HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

      The general hydraulic system will be driven by main engine/ Gear boxes driven
      hydraulic pumps and provides power for bow thruster /stabilizer and anchor
      winch.

      Stabilizer
      A non retractable stabilizer fin system will be installed. Fins will be designed
      to damper 90% of roll at 12 knots. When not in use, they will be in neutral
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      position and locked and installed in such a way that they do not exceed
      maximum beam of the yacht.

6.5   FRESH WATER SYSTEM

          One (1) electric hydrophore with FRP pressure tank for fresh water
           supply, 380V/3-phase pump, and an emergency 24V DC pump will be
           fitted.
          Filters will be installed at suction side.
          Fresh water tank in double bottom with low-level alarm gauges.
          Filling and ventilation lines to side deck.
          For domestic hot water supply, two (2) electric water heaters of 150 ltr.
           Capacity will be installed.
          Cold and hot water lines will be made of polypropylene
          Hot water lines will be well insulated.
          Dock connection for shore water supply on aft swimming platform, with
           pressure reducer.
          Fore, aft and on boat deck outlets for wash down
          One handheld shower with hot and cold water on swimming platform in a
           suitable place.

6.6   TOILET SYSTEM

      Tecma toilet System.

6.7   GREY WATER SYSTEM

      All grey water in the below-deck areas is discharged in collector tanks. From
      these collector tanks the water is automatically transferred to the grey water
      tank. Grey water from main deck and flying bridge is discharged direct into the
      grey water tank. This grey water tank is discharged over board by means of a
      dedicated grey water pump. Operation is manual.


7.    VENTILATION

7.1   ENGINE ROOM

          One reversible axial-flow fan with suitable capacity and with suitable air
           ducts to be installed to ensure evenly distributed air to the engine room.
           Engine room temperature to be maximum 115°F (45°C) at 95°F (32°C)
           outside temperature. Fan to be frequency controlled by temperature and
           pressure
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           Fans can be stopped in an emergency with switches mounted above main
            deck level near the engine-room entrance and in the wheelhouse.
           All ventilation openings to be equipped with fire-flaps.

7.2   ACCOMMODATION

           Galley and bathrooms will have mechanical air exhaust, central system,
            providing air change 1 in 6 minutes in galley and in bathrooms.
           The blowers to be 220 Volt, 50Hz, 3 phase

7.3   MAIN ENGINES

      The main engine combustion air is taken from the engine room. Filter
      arrangements according to engine manufacturers' requirements.

7.4   GENERATOR SETS

      The generator sets draw their combustion air from the engine room.

7.5   BATTERY SETS

      Adequate ventilation to be ensured for the batteries.


8.    AIR CONDITIONING


8.1   GENERAL AND CAPACITY

      Air conditioning system to be Marine chilled water type. System to be installed
      according to manufacturers' requirements. All compressors, fans etc. on
      380V/3-phase.
      Air conditioning system is to be Marine Air brand. Capacity will be 360 BTU.
      Suitable capacity will be installed

8.2   COOLING UNITS

      Sufficient and well balanced throughout accommodation.
      Each space to be equipped with separate controls.
      Control panels with frequency control, to ensure low-noise levels.
      Condensation water to be discharged to waste water tank. Drains in aft side of
      condensation collector pan.
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      Air handlers should be in a position where they have reasonably accessibility.
      Air handlers should be placed on deck level. Condensation drains should be to
      overboard discharge.

8.3   PIPELINES

      UPVC pipes will be used.



9.    ENGINE ROOM VARIOUS

9.1   FIRE-FIGHTING SYSTEM

          A fire extinguishing system to be installed with the necessary nozzles and
           a trigger outside the engine room (near the entrance).
          Manufacturer's instructions to be strictly observed.
          Gas to be FM200 or equivalent.
          A siren in the engine room is operating automatically when fire alarm is
           activated.
          Instruction plate near triggers.


9.2   WORK BENCH

          A light workbench to be installed in engine room with worktop of wood.
          Vice of forged steel.
          Near workbench outlets of 220V AC & 380V AC.
          To have work bench with three phase socket plug as well as single phase
          Storage space for spare parts etc.
          Adequate storage lockers for tools and spare parts will be provided.
          A compressed air line will be installed for cleaning the seawater intakes
          whilst yacht is in the water
         All pumps will have suitable spillage tray underneath
         One air cooled single stage electric compressor will be installed in engine
          room. To supply 5-7 bar to onboard services such as horn, sea chest and
          all decks fore and aft

9.3   FLOORING

      Engine room floor plates will rest on aluminium frames lined with rubber to
      minimize noise and vibration
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            Flooring of FRP chequered plates, or mesh flooring on stairs and other
             areas.
            Plates to be fastened.
            Where necessary removable sections in way of valves, filters, batteries,
             etc.
            Flooring system to be rattle free.

9.4   GUARDS

      Guard plates to be positioned in way of revolving machinery and current
      carrying parts, especially regarding starting motors.

9.5   RAILING

      A stainless steel railing will be fitted around the main engines. Additional
      handrail locations to be provided where deemed necessary.


9.6   MARKING

      All valves, cocks, filters, pumps, etc. to be marked

9.7   SINK

      Sink with water faucet to be installed in engine room.
      Rubber hose for filling of cooling water system of main and auxiliary engines.

9.8   STORAGE TANKS

      A fresh lube oil storage tank of 126 gallon will be installed. A dirty lube oil
      tank of 126 gallon will be installed. Both tanks will be incorporated in the
      bottom structure.
      A suitable discharge system with portable electric pumps and hose connections
      to be provided. A discharge flange are mounted on main deck level.
      Lube oil transfer pump will be fixed not removable


10.   INSULATION AND SOUND PROOFING


      All insulation and soundproofing conform Insulation Plan
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       Double the engine room insulation especially the forward bulkhead where the
       master room situated

        Engine room will have isolation material by means of rock wool from inner
         hull and deckhead to perforated aluminium plate and deckhead panels.
         Double insulation will be installed between guest accommodations and
         engine room
        Accommodation space partition bulkheads will be isolated by means of rock
         wool.

       Vibrations

       The construction of the hull and all items will be such as to reduce to a
       minimum all vibrations that may damage the hulls structure or the equipment or
       that may interfere with equipment operation or affect onboard comfort. Special
       attention will be paid to supplying suitable foundations for main engines,
       engine room machinery and equipment, generators, exhaust systems,
       accessories and reduction gears, etc. Engine foundations will be to engine
       manufacturer’s specifications. All structures near shaft lines and relevant
       brackets will be strengthened to eliminate vibrations. The aft section of the
       yachts should have special consideration as to the proximity of the propeller
       tips to the hull. Where possible sources of considerable vibration should be
       isolated from main structures by means of suitable dampeners. The builder will
       do their best to rectify any vibrations found during the course of any trials or
       tests.


11     ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION


11.1   GENERAL

       The electrical installation over all, such as equipment, wiring and cables,
       fixtures, labelling etc. is to be designed in such a manner, that maintenance and
       repair can be carried out easily.

       Nameplates in number, size, execution and text and execution of electrical
       panels to be of good quality.

       All electrical equipment is to be proven satisfactory for marine use. During
       dock trials, after the yacht has been finished and launched, the installation and
       generator sets are to be tested under full load conditions.
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       In all living areas cables to be concealed.
       All outlets and switches to be laid-out with designer’s drawing
       All outlets to be of 220V.
       All electrical equipment shall be properly labelled

11.2   ELECTRIC CABLE AND WIRING

       All cables and wiring to be suitable for marine use.
       All feeder cables for electronic equipment will be screened.

       Special attention to be given to prevent radio-interference. For special systems
       (radar, radio equipment, etc.), special cables as specified by the manufacturers
       of the system, to be used.

       Cables passing through watertight bulkheads and decks will be made watertight
       by means of stuffing boxes.
       Cables to be fixed to cable trays and fastened with metal clips and tie-rap
       bands, neatly run, easily accessible and equipped with chafing gear where
       necessary.

       The grounding circuit to be attached to electrical fixtures of fittings, to form a
       continuous metallic system between all the electrical parts, switchboard and
       panels.

11.3   MAIN ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 380 VOLT, 50 HZ

       The installation to be a 3-wire system, 3-phase, 380/220V, 50 Hz. Shore supply
       1 x 380V/100 Amp, 3-phase

       Main power supplied by two (2) generator sets, each with a capacity of 55 kW.

11.4   LOW VOLTAGE SYSTEM 24 VOLT DC

       The low voltage system to be 24 Volt DC, bipolar insulated with the necessary
       Volt/Amp. meters and earth fault indication lamps. Panel in wheelhouse.

11.5   BATTERIES AND CHARGING

            One set of 24 Volt starting batteries, gel type, to be arranged for each
             main engine and each generator set. Both banks for main engines inter
             connectable with switch.
            Capacity of starting batteries to be in accordance with the requirements
             of the Classification Society. A quick changeover system with two (2)
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            battery switches and two (2) keys with the general battery set to be
            arranged.
           These switches to be installed in a steel box as close as possible to the
            batteries. The alternators on both main engines do the charging of the
            starting batteries.
           One emergency bank for electronics.
           One (1) general-service battery set 24 Volt, to be arranged for navigation
            lights, auxiliary circuits, electronic/nautical equipment and 24 Volt DC
            lighting.
           Above-mentioned batteries to be charged by three battery chargers,
            capacity 75 Amps. The battery charger to be self-regulating and to be so
            arranged, that the output couldn’t exceed 27.6 Volt DC.

11.6   MAIN SWITCH BOARD 380 VOLT, 50 HZ, 3 PHASE

       Main switchboard of the aluminium box type in the engine room. All devices
       are to be accessible from the front. Generally the main switchboard system will
       be equipped with magnetic contactors, overload protections and short circuit
       protections.

       Electrical panel with earth leakage indicator as well as alarm and ELCB

       The 380/220 Volt system to be monitored from the main switchboard.
       The panel is equipped with the following apparatus for each generator:

                One (1 three positions switch (off-standby-running)
                One (1) Voltmeter with select switch
                One (1) frequency indicator.
                One (1) Ampere meter with current transformers.
                One (1) Watt meter
                One (1) signal light on.
                One (1) signal light alarm.
                One (1) signal light disconnect

       For the shore connection:

                One (1) Voltmeters with select switch.
                One (1) Ampere meters with current transformers.
                One (1) Phase sequence meter
                One (1) signal light connect
                One (1) signal light disconnect
                One (1) signal light shore energized
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       For the bus bar system (to share the load) a transfer switch system with signal
       lights with the following positions:
                  Generator 1
                  Generator 2
                  Shore connection

       For the 24 Volt system:

                 One (1) Voltmeter for the general service battery.
                 One (1) Voltmeter with changeover switch for the starting batteries.
                 Two (2) Ampere meters (Charge/Discharge service batteries)

11.7   OUTGOING CIRCUITS

       The outgoing circuits to be protected by circuit breakers, the starters for electric
       motors to be of the magnetic type.

11.8   DISTRIBUTION PANEL

       Secondary distribution panels are placed at:

                 Main deck
                 Galley
                 Lower deck aft (crew)
                 Lower deck
                 Wheelhouse

       Supply lines will be protected by automatic circuit breakers, suitable for short
       circuit and overload protection.

       Main panel in wheelhouse contain following:

                 Navigation lights
                 Deck lighting
                 Navigation equipment

11.9   LIGHTING, ACCOMMODATION AND ENGINE ROOM

       All The lighting systems to be 2-pole installed 24 Volt DC and as will be
       directed by the Designers. Each cabin to be supplied with two (2) circuits,
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            lights on stairs and passages to be switched from two (2) positions, two (2) step
            lights in each step.
            Adequate number of 220V outlets to be provided.
            Ample use of dimmers in interior lighting.
            All lockers in State Rooms to have automatically switched lights.
            Storage spaces below floors to have automatically switched lights.
            Adequate lighting will be provided throughout the accommodation.
            All lights with dimmer switches. The dimmer switches to be fitted one next to
            the bed and the other next to the door entrance.

11.10       ALARMS

            Alarm functions to be monitored:

                 Bilge
                 General alarm
                 Day tank level high and low.
                 Sewage tank level high
                 Waste Water tank level high
                 Fuel filter water
                 Fresh water low level.
                 Fuel oil storage tank low level
                 Fire alarm with schematic position indication.
                 Any other alarms, as required by the Classification Society

            General alarm to be audible and visual indicated in Owner’s cabin and in
            crew's quarters.

         Yacht Management/Monitoring system to be monitored from bridge, crew mess
        and engine room and all components to be able to be operated from bridge and
        engine room. The system will monitor the following with rendered drawing
        positions.

        Main engines and generators will have fuel management system to calculate current
        fuel usage (Litres), distance and time remaining.

           Tank capacities in Litres and bilge status with high and low level alarms
           Navigation lights with alarms
           Smoke, heat and gas alarms
           HVAC system with alarms
           All pumps
           All portholes, doors and hatches with alarms
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           Main engines and reduction gears with alarms
           Generators and alternators with alarms
           Watermakers with alarms
           Refrigeration with alarms
           Batteries

11.11       FIRE-DETECTION SYSTEM

            In all accommodation spaces (Including galley) and in the engine room smoke
            alarms and heat sensors will be fitted. Monitoring panel in wheelhouse.
            All in compliance with the requirements of the classification society.

11.12       EXTERIOR-LIGHTING

            Flood light forward on the centreline and on the arch, to illuminate
            superstructure. Switches in the pilothouse. Exterior lighting to be waterproof,
            good marine quality. Remaining exterior lighting to be indicated by the
            Designers. In general a proper lighting of the deck plus additional floodlights .

11.13       NAVIGATION LIGHTS

            Navigation lights according to international regulations:

                 Navigation lights (red and green) with proper screens and chocks
                 Stern light.
                 Head light on mast
                 Anchor light on mast

11.14       SHORE CONNECTIONS

            All shore connections to be weatherproof and for Marine use.
            On aft ship shore connections for:
                 1x 380V, 50 Hz, 3 Phase 100 amps with 25 metre length cable
                  approximate with cable master
                 Fresh Water input
                 Fax input
                 Telephone input
                 Sat.tv input
                 Power outlet for tender craft.
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12.      NAVIGATION AND WHEELHOUSE EQUIPMENT

12.1     GENERAL

         Pilothouse to be equipped and lighted for safe running at night.
         One (1) seat with arm-, foot- and rests.
         All lights incl. instrument lights to be equipped with dimmers.

12.2     COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT

12.2.1   SART (SRH Radar Transponder)
12.2.2   Intercom Telephone System
12.2.3   EPIRB
12.2.4   Loudhailer
12.2.5   GMDSS A3 station with VHF radiorepeater handsets in f/b and crew mess
12.2.6   Weather fax
12.2.7   navtex

12.3     NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT

12.3.1   Magnetic Compasses (Main Helm / Flybridge)
12.3.2   Wind Speed Direction Meter
12.3.3   Navigation equipment total package Simrad GB 60 series with backup. Radars
         to be open array type .

         Navigation system to have repeater on fly bridge helm station

         Video cameras (cameras are to be of a size so as to be aesthetically
         proportionate to the yacht) to be interfaced with Simrad GB 60 series for
         following areas:

            Two pan tilt zoom in engine room.
            One pan tilt on main deck aft
            One pan tilt on fly bridge
            One Flir night vision camera to be interfaced into Simrad GB 60 Navigation
             system
            Arabian Gulf Region Electronic Charts
            Repeater in Captains cabin
            Cameras to be able to be monitored in crew mess
            Every effort will be made to have current chart screen interfaced into main
             salon TV
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12.4   TELEPHONE SYSTEM

       Panasonic Intercom Telephone system throughout the cabins, pilothouse,
       flybridge and engine room

12.5   HORN

       Kahlenberg air horn T1 with air compressor for utility use as well


12.6   WINDSCREEN WIPERS AND WASHERS

       High quality marine wipers on each forward facing window of the wheelhouse.
       With wash system .

12.7   SEARCH LIGHT

       One electric operated search light with control panel in wheelhouse and
       flybridge station.


13.    ACCOMMODATION


13.1   INTERIOR

       The interior design and layout by Gulf Craft Inc.,.

13.2   LAY-OUT

       The layout will be as indicated on general arrangement plan.



13.3   DETAILING AND QUALITY

       The level of detailing and quality of the interior will be to existing yard
       practice to produce a high class yacht finishing.

13.4   EXTERIOR MAIN DECK

       Seating arrangement on aft deck to be executed in FRP. Cushions to be
       weatherproof.
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13.5       EXTERIOR FLYING BRIDGE.

           Flying bridge deck is equipped with:
               Steering area
               FRP seating arrangement.
               A bar with barbecue area with sink, fridge and grill.
               Storage area for tender and tender crane.
               Storage area for two jet ski’s.

           Exterior Paint

           The yacht will be painted as per Gulf Craft standard finish with awl grip paint
                system. A budget of :

           DHS 150,000.00 budegt allowed for allowed for top coaters personnel

           DHS 700,000.00 budget allowed for total paint material including primers ,
               topcoats, solvents,sand papers ,fillers , tapes, ….etc.

           DHS 300,000.00 budget allowed for tenting scaffolding , extraction air
               conditioning …etc.

           DHS 350,000.00 budget allowed for filling /fairing, antifouling personnel .

Completion/Delivery Date:

Completion date will be 15 months from signing date of this contract .provided no changes
after signing the contract from the owner side , no delay in material delivery from the
suppliers and/or subcontractors , no forcemajor acts ( war , earthquakes, strikes, …etc.) as
well as act of god which could differ the delivery date.

Penalties of Thirty Six Thousand Dirham’s against the builder will apply on a per
week basis from the above date with consideration for the above provision until the
yacht is fully completed through a written official notification of completion issued
from the yard to the owner /owners rep.

Within four weeks of signing the contract the builder will supply the Owners
representative with a full build schedule.

Progress Reports

The builder will produce monthly reports on the progress of the construction and will host
weekly meetings with the owner’s representative where minutes will be taken. Minutes
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must be typed and verified by both the builder and owners representative for validity. The
meetings may include any persons involved in the construction of the yacht

Modifications and Variation/Change Orders

      The builder will not make modifications to the specifications without owners
       and/or owners representative approval.
      The owner/owner representative will notify the shipyard in writing of any changes
       or modifications to the specifications. The shipyard will reply in writing within 4
       days of first notification of costs (if any) and delays (if any) in contractual cost and
       completion date before any changes are made.

      Should there be delayed supply of materials in the construction of the vessel, the
       builder will notify the owner in writing and agree to an extension of completion
       date.

Weight Reduction

During the length of the construction process, all dimensions and thickness’ indicated, as
well as the equipment specifications will be strictly monitored in order to reduce weight as
much as possible

Environment

The yacht and equipment will be suitable for environmental and weather conditions
usually found in Arabian Gulf waters



Interior Works and Joinery

Please refer to General Arrangement Plans. In any case the interior style and finishing will
be equivalent to the similar yacht recently built in the market.

In general the interior will be chosen by the interior designer and approved by the owner.
The builder will supply the interior designer all drawings associated with the interior
works and joinery.

Accessories will be suggested by the builder and interior designer for owner’s approval
All furniture including berths with drawers, wardrobes, big drawers, book shelves, game
tables, wheelhouse console, chart table, shelves, drawers, sections recessed in the lining
and in the panels that are not mentioned in the General Arrangement Plan will be
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completed with internal adjustable shelves or suitable perforated flat surfaces and
compartments to hold crockery, cutlery, chinaware, glasses and all items.
Where necessary they will be provided with locks and holders.

Critical Dates

   1. At the signing of the contract the following items will have to be defined

                Main Engines
                Layout configuration
                Electrical current frequency
                Paint

   2. Upon Hull

                Wood finishes
                Hardware finishes
                Any modifications to machinery
                Any modifications to standard entertainment equipment
                Any modifications to household equipment

   3. Two months after hull completion

                Fabrics
                Marbles
                Modifications to navigation and communication equipment.

				
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