|CUSTOM Ice-Class Expedition Specifications|
|Name:||Ocean Xplorer 71|
|Length:||71m / feet|
|Beam:||11.2 / 36.75 feet|
|Max Draft:||3.8 / 12.47 feet|
|Cruising Speed:||15 knots|
|Max Speed:||19 knots|
CUSTOM Ocean Xplorer 71 Yacht for Sale
This Ocean Xplorer 71 conversion is built upon a new sleek offshore hull with all new machinery, electronics and state-of-the-art systems. The project has huge advantages in that the base-line vessel is an ice-class, hi-speed (19-knot) hull with MAN/Rolls-Royce diesel-electric propulsion, retractable stabilizers and other advanced systems which match, or surpass, any new yacht build. The conversion package will allow a new owner to customize the layout and interior finish to suit his/her tastes and global mission. The vessel can accommodate a host of special adventure equipment for skiing, polar expeditions and under-ice diving ops. The cost of the conversion will be an additional cost for new owner.
The owner's suite plus five additional guest suites will accommodate 12 guests. All suites have large ports to appreciate the changing surroundings.
In addition to walk-in closets and his and hers options in Master Head, there is an office and sitting area with LED screen that serves the bed or seating area.
LP DESIGN UK
- Luxury Yacht Design (Power & Sail)
- Fully custom design: The ultimate expression of a client’s vision.
- Refit design and drawings for conversion of commercial vessels.
- Efficient adaptation of a shipyard’s existing technical platform.
CHILL CLUB - Spa and Gym
Munson Model 38-20 Specifications:
- Hull Length:38 ft (11.5 m)
- Beam:12 ft (3.6 m)
- Hull Type:Monohull
- Power:Cummins 425 HP x 2
- Propulsion:Hamilton Jet 292
- Fuel:200 gallons
- Speed:45 mph, light ship
A range of deep powder and X-Country demo skis and Snowboards with adjustable bindings.
Inflatable "Air-Bag" Packs or Inflatable "Balloon" Packs. In the unlikely event of an avalanche, the user can deploy an inflated balloon that will improve buoyancy in the moving snow. These packs will also contain a shovel, probe and radio.
4 x Ski-Doo Expedition Xtreme 850 E-TEC
Lightweight, strong and durable, built to accommodate 20-in. wide tracks to maximize flotation and traction, while providing the precise handling and benefits of the open cockpit design. Maximum capability on- and off-trail.
Similar geometry and steering to the RAS 3 mountain front end for capability and light steering feel on- and off-trail. Optimized for crossover usage, two ski stance positions dial in handling: 40.2 in. (102 cm) or 38.4 in. (97.5 cm).
Ice Diving Gear
Apeks Black Ice This weight-integrated BC of has oversize weight pouches to help dial in your buoyancy for this type of tec diving. HDC Expedition Tech
Dry Suit made from flexible Cordura fabrics built to withstand the rigors of ice diving. The heavy-duty kneepads are made from Kevlar — the same material used in body armor — and its slim “cave cut” design improves its in-water dynamics.
Mares Abyss 22 Navy Reg A reg was the first reg approved for cold-water use by the military. The first stage has a dry-sealed spring chamber to prevent freezing and protect internal compartments from contaminants.
Three of main diesel GEN SET are installed c/w common frame soft supported to ship structure.
2 off Man Diesel Holeby type 6L21/31, output 1320kW on flywheel at 1000rpm
1 off Man Diesel Holeby type 8L21/31, output 1760kW on flywheel at 1000rpm
The generators have been supplied by Leroy Somer-ACEO with the following serial No. 602189/1, 602189/2 and 602188/1.
Coupled to MAN 6L21/31 engines are attached 2 off LSA 53S75-6p generators with the following technical characteristics:
Output 1417 kVA
Power factor 0.9
Voltage 690 V
Frequency 50 Hz
Current 1186 Amps.
Coupled to the MAN 8L21/31 is attached 1 off LSA 54S74-6p generators with the following technical characteristics:
Output 1889 kVA
Power factor 0.9
Voltage 690 V
Frequency 50 Hz
Current 1580.6 Amps.
MAN 6L21/31 Marine Engine
The L21/31 engine is the ideal power source in the 1,290-1,935 kW output range for small to medium-sized tankers, cargo vessels, ferries, RO-RO vessels, large fishing vessels, tugs, workboats and supply vessels.
- Compact and reliable
Long time between overhauls
No unscheduled maintenance and repair work
Low fuel and lube oil consumption – while fulfilling legal emission limits
Short installation length
- Fuel Consumption (g/kWh)190
Emergency / Harbour Generator
Unit NORDHAVN/SCANIA marine harbour / emergency diesel generating set type GASI 12-07E, prime power rating 296 kW at 1500 rpm (ISO 8528), serial No. 6519358.
Incl. electronic control system for diesel engine.
The generator is Leroy Somer model LSAM 47.2 C 4/6 serial No. 222171/1 as follows:
Output 374 kVA
Voltage 400 V
Frequency 50 Hz
Uninterrupted Power Supply
One redundancy UPS system for the integrated alarm, monitoring and control system has been installed covering the entire vessel. The UPS system is of the continuous inline type with a minimum capacity of 60 minutes.
One UPS system for the computer system is installed covering the entire vessel. The UPS is of continuous inline type with a capacity of 30 minutes.
Rolls-Royce Propulsion Motors
Propulsion motors have been supplied by Roll-Royce Marine (former SES) with the following technical data:
Maximum output torque 9582Nm
Motors have been certified by DNV.
Remote Operated Underwater Vehicle
Noise Reducing Decks
The entire accommodation area on deck 3 and deck 4 is covered with floating floor for optimal reduction of noise and vibrations from the engine room, A/C central, etc.
The floor construction and lining details were built to spec.
On deck 3 the floating floor is of a high-reduction combi floor.
Where deck 3 is lowered in the aft part of the accommodation, the thickness of the floating floor has been increased in order to taper the deck into the aft deck, so that the top of the floor is in level with the rest of the deck.
Propellers and Controls
The Vessel is provided with two (2) off four-bladed, fixed pitch propellers of NIALBR.
Propeller Dia. 2700mm
Propeller rpm 262 rpm
The propulsion/propeller control has been supplied by Rexroth (Bosh Group) type Marex OS II remote control system. There, 5 control stations are arranged: one on conning station forward wheelhouse console, two wing and one aft consoles of the Wheelhouse, and one on ECR.
An integrated bridge system for navigation is fitted, with all equipment designed for recessed mounting in "cockpit” style bridge consoles, including the bridge wing manoeuvring stands and overhead ceiling consoles. Following navigation devices are integrated in navigation system (NACOS):
2 of Radars, one Multipilot and one Chartradar
1 of Chartpilot (ECDIS)
1 of Conningpilot
1 of Trackpilot
1 of Gyro compass with integrated GPS Gyro
1 of Speedlog
1 of Echosounder
1 of Navigation DGPS
1 of AIS
Gyro Compass and Autopilot
- Gyro / GPS Gyro Compass (automatic correction for course and speed)
- Gyro repeaters at bridge wings and steering gear room
- Steering repeater
- Bearing repeaters on top of wheelhouse.
- Magnetic compass and fluxgate
- Magnet compass repeater with synchronic-output to autopilot
Voyage Data Recorder (VDR)
A voyage data recorder (VDR) is installed. The following information is recorded over a period of 24 hours or according to rules
Thrusters & Stabilizers
Bow and Stern Thrusters
The Vessels stern and bow thrusters are rim drive supplied by Brunvoll with the following characteristics:
- 1 x Bow Brunvoll thruster unit type RDT of 300 kW
- 1x stern Brunvoll thruster unit type RDT of160 kW
The Vessel is equipped with Brown Brothers Aquarius series folding fin stabilisers model Aquarius 25/2.05m² fin
Deck Crane & Windlass & Anchors
TRIPLEX model KN-50/3.0/6.0//70/30/20.
Lifting capacity winch on 10 m radius 3.000 kg
Lifting capacity on 6m radius 6.000 mm
Anchor Windlasses and Chain Stoppers
One off horizontal anchor winch maker Rapp Hydema model AW-28 serial No 6234 has been supplied and installed on suitable and approved by the Owner and Class DNV
International Rules and Regulations
The Vessel is classed for worldwide unrestricted sea-going service by Det Norske Veritas (DNV)
- SOLAS consolidated edition 2002 and SOLAS amendments 2000 with all protocols adopted by the MSC.
- International Load Line Convention 1966 incl. Supplements.
- International Tonnage Measurement of Ships 1969.
- International Convention for Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) 73/78 and consolidated edition 1997 and Annex VI ‘Regulation for Prevention of Air Pollution from Ships and Nox Technical Code’.
- International Convention for preventing Collisions at Sea 1972, incl. 1981 Amendments.
- International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC) in particular Publication 92.
- International Telecommunication and Radio Regulations Convention.
- ILO Rules for Crew Accommodation (92, 133 and 147) and national Rules.
- IMO Resolutions A.468 (XII) Code on noise levels onboard ships.
- Damage stability requirements according to IMO Resolution A.469 (XII) for design and construction of offshore supply vessels.
- IMO MSC/Circ. 982 Guidelines on Ergonomic Criteria for Bridge Equipment and Layout.
Proper certifications have been issued for the above.