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2000 Bazan Izar Fortuna Royal Yacht

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Main Description

Formerly ‘Fortuna’ used exclusively by the Royal Family of Spain and their guests.

Designed to achieve in excess of 65 knots, yet provide a supremely luxurious and comfortable experience aboard for those aboard. The pinnacle of design and technology in all respects at the time of her launch.

Well maintained and upgrades include a gyroscopic stabilizer.

INVITING ALL SERIOUS OFFERS

Accommodation

Interior by Milan based Celeste Dell’ Anna in an austere yet elegant style.

The interior wood work throughout the boat is gloss sycamore, with stitched tan leather detailing. A beige carpet with Japanese accents runs throughout the accommodation areas. Ceiling panels are of a light cream colour, alcantara type with square detailing.

A classic four cabin layout accommodating 8 people on the lower deck, with owner’s cabin centrally located, twin cabins to port and starboard and VIP forward, all en-suite.

Lighting is provided principally 220 volt halogen spotlights, with emergency DC lighting throughout. Continental type 220 volt sockets to all areas.

The windows throughout the accommodation areas are all fitted with a wooden venetian blind and a ‘black out’ screen, both electrically operated.

Full reverse cycle Marineair air-conditioning to whole vessel (3 x 216.000 Btu).

The accommodation of ‘Foners’ is specially insulated so that almost no sound is carried between the cabins. The accommodation weighs approximately 7 tons, yet there is 9 tons of insulation.

The superstructure is lined with aramid fibres for the express purpose of making it bullet-proof.

Saloon

Entering the main saloon via the double doors from the aft deck, there are two sofas directly in front and to port with a coffee table, a snug seating area with table to starboard and a casual table with two individual chairs in the centre.

The dining area is further forward is partitioned with access by large double sliding doors from the starboard corridor, and there is a large electric ‘drop down’ panel which also opens this space up to the saloon.

The aft port sideboard incorporates a large flat screen television on raising and lowering mechanism.

The starboard sideboard incorporates a hidden stainless steel serving counter, top loading stainless steel fridge and an ice maker. This runs into general storage going forward.

There are three individual lamps.

Dining area

Transverse dining table in wood with leather centre section, places for up to 10 persons. Storage for crockery in the surrounding cabinetry.

Going forward from the saloon and dining areas the corridor leads to stairs down to the main accommodation area, a day head with parquet flooring, a manual door out to the side deck and finally stairs up to the main navigation bridge.

Master cabin

A large central double bed, forward facing with storage draws underneath and bedside cabinets either side. Split bathroom aft with parquet flooring, WC to port and shower room to starboard. Wardrobes on the forward bulkheads and storage cupboards to starboard and a sofa on the port side. Free standing cabinet facing the bed for small TV / entertainment system / storage.

Discreet rope lighting under the bed, around the portholes recess and two reading lamps either side of the bed.

VIP cabin

Double bed facing aft, offset slightly to starboard allowing a writing desk alongside. Bedside tables with lamps, sofa to port that would also serve as an occasional bed. Cupboards to starboard, wardrobes to port and storage under the bed.

Discreet rope lighting under the bed, around the portholes recess and two reading lamps either side of the bed.

Twin cabins

Each have two single beds with central bedside unit, wardrobe storage and draws under the bed. The starboard cabin also has an incorporated seat.

Again discreet rope lighting under the bed and around the portholes recess.

Crew area

Crew can enter from the port side deck, through the galley into the mess area and also through a direct side door further forward on the starboard side. This area has a large table with seating for up to 10 persons. Further forward are large compartments for storage, an additional crew bed and an emergency escape route to the bow of the vessel.

2 x CCTV screens
Television
Denon music system
Continuing forward from crew mess leads down to the crew area in the bow of the vessel with two cabins aft, one for the captain with writing desk and one with twin bunk beds, both en-suite.

Centrally located is a laundry area and through a water tight door into the bow is an open plan crew area with four bunks and two bathrooms. Under the forward bilge is access to the bow thruster assembly and aft of which is a large unused area of bilge that could be utilized for storage.

Miele Washing machine
Miele Dryer
Incorporated ironing board
Storage cupboards
3 x Intercom

Galley & Laundry

Large centrally located galley with multiple access from port side deck, starboard accommodation corridor or aft through automatic door directly into the dining area. Parquet flooring and white surfaces, with stainless steel sink and cooking area. Professional appliances are well laid out including central island and extra ‘fold away’ counter top space.

Miele professional wide induction hob with 5 ‘rings’
Miele fryer
Large stainless extractor hood
Siemens wide oven
Siemens microwave
Imperial steam cooker
U-Line ice maker
Dough mixing machine for bread
Casanova bottle fridge
2 x large Miele fridges
2 x large Miele freezers
Miele professional dishwasher
Trash compacter
Intercom

Main Navigation Bridge

The main navigation bridge is spacious, well positioned and with good all round visibility. Accessed is via accommodation corridor to starboard, the crew corridor to port and also via a companionway up to the flybridge helm area. Rich brown alcantara interior paneling and parquet flooring.

The bridge electronics have been updated and the layout incorporates a chart table with light to starboard, two Vejvad Hansen navigator’s chairs on Deck Tracks sliding track, raised sofa behind for onlookers and extensive storage for manuals, charts and accessories.

KaMeWa water jet controls – 2 directional, one fixed
Humphree jet trim monitoring system
Celsa Trim tab monitors with Marquipt trim tabs
Hydraulic bow thruster control

5 x AG Neovo multi function colour monitors
3 x Track ball ‘mouse’ controls
PC based navigation system Admiralty Raster Chart Service
Furuno GPS navigator GP90
Trimble NT – DGPS
Furuno FR1525 radar 96nm, ARPA compatible, 25kW antenna and GaAs 8 tone daylight display
Robertson AP9 Mk 3 Autopilot

Computerized systems control monitoring
Anschütz gyro compass
Lirtton C.Plath compass monitor

Ultra Force MR night vision camera system
CCTV system
Electrically operated UV screens slide down interior of forward windscreens
3 x Hepworth windscreen wipers
Internal screen demisters

Autohelm depth display
Raymarine ST60 wind instrument
Furuno Navtex NX-300

Vingtor Marine Intercom – foredeck, aft starboard, aft port, turbine room, diesel room
General intercom to accommodation
Thrane & Thrane 3064A satellite phone
GSM phone system
Sailor Compact VHF DSC RM2042
Sailor Compact VHF RT2048
Sony CD / radio / USB / aux.

5 x Mastervolt battery charger monitor displays

Flybridge

As can be appreciated from the exterior lines, the flybridge is very spacious and is protected by a high wraparound windscreen. Full teak decking and a hard top to the helm area forward – also acting as a wing to deflect oncoming air at speed to leave guests in a relative calm.

There are three principal navigation seats and two twin seats behind, all with arm rests and foot supports. Also under the hardtop facing aft is a dining table with fixed seating capable of seating up to 10.

Towards the rear of the flybridge is a bench seat with split high & low level seating facing forward and there are two small raised sun pads at either side of the flybridge. In the centre it is possible to locate eight large sun cushions to form one large sun pad, at floor level giving private sun bathing.

At the aft of the flybridge is the tender storage currently housing a 5 metre RIB with crane.

KaMeWa water jet controls – 2 directional, one fixed
Celsa Trim tab monitors with Marquipt trim tabs
Hydraulic bow thruster control
Steering indicator

3 x Nauticomp multi function colour monitors
3 x Track ball ‘mouse’ controls

Gyro compass repeater
MAN engine instrumentation
Robertson AP9 Mk3 autopilot

Sailor Compact VHF RT2048
Vingtor Marine Intercom

Furuno GPS navigatorGP-90
Furuno RD-30 depth display
Raymarine ST60 depth
Raymarine ST60 wind

Lateral lighting and to the underside of the hard top
Fresh water shower connector
Fresh water outlet
Novurania 5metre RIB with 125hp Yanmar & Castoldi jet (313 hrs @ 4/14)
Marquipt crane 1020 kg capacity – starboard side launch

Deck Gear & Equipment

Teak decking of 6mm fitted to all exterior areas. Large aft deck with seating for five people integrated into the transom and space for a large table under the overhang of the flybridge. Stairs up to the flybridge and comfortable side decks with titanium handrails lead to the bow, where there are recessed sunbathing cushions.

5 x Titanium fairleads and cleat positions on each side of the vessel
2 x Lofrans mooring winches on bow
Lofrans double anchor winch and fresh water outlet concealed under foredeck hatch
Bow storage area incorporating emergency exit from crew area
Either side of aft deck has warping drum, intercom and connection for 24 volt search light
Port and starboard side deck cameras
Water and fuel fillers to both side decks
Teak bathing platform with storage areas in transom locker and shower
Carbon bathing ladder (stored in crew area)
Rear facing camera on aft of flybridge
Lights to underside of flybridge above aft deck and lateral lighting running to bow
Carbon / teak folding passerelle

Safety Equipment

Autonica Fire alarm system
Medical chest in crew mess area
Diesel emergency bilge pump
Electric submersible emergency bilge pump
2 x life rafts
18 life jackets (2 in each cabin)
EPIRB
3 x FM200 fire extinguisher system to engine room compartments
25 x hand held fire extinguishers
2 x life rings with light

Additional Information

2 x small diving bottles with full face masks
Inventory of further equipment and spares to follow

Disclaimer

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.

Engines

2X MAN 2842 LE 404-Jet Drive 1300 hp
3X Rolls Royce Allison-571 KF-Jet Drive 6700hp

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