DOMINATOR 29M Specifications
Type: Motor Yacht
Year Built: 2009
Hull Material: GRP
Length: 28.95m / feet
Beam: 7.13 / 23.39 feet
Max Draft: 2.26 / 7.41 feet
Gross Tonnage: 156
Cruising Speed: 16 knots
Max Speed: 24 knots
Sleeps: 9
Staterooms: 4
Crew: 5
Exterior Design: Enrico Gobbi TEAM 4
Interior Design: Enrico Gobbi TEAM 4
Engines: 2 x MTU 16V2000 M93 2435hp
Flag: USA
Location: United States, Fort Lauderdale


USD 3,690,000


  • Extensive Refit 2020/2021. Presents in excellent turnkey condition
  • No expense spared in services, maintenance, and upgrades
  • Exterior and Interior design by Enrico Gobbi and TEAM 4 world renowned Italian firm 
  • Amazing volume and excellent layout for 95ft yacht
  • Huge teak-decked flybridge with spaciousness not found on 100'-120' yachts!
  • Hydraulic swim platform
  • Bow and stern additional driving stations 
  • Electric hatch leading out to the private "Ocean Terrace" in master cabin
  • Forward dining with retractable bimini shade canopy, sunpad area and large jacuzzi tub
  • Brand new Zodiac Bay Pro 18’ tender with a Yamaha 90hp 
  • Full Refit list upon request

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"CURFEW" is an all fiberglass constructed motor yacht designed by Enrico Gobbi and built by Dominator Yachts of Fano, Italy in 2009. She is a model year 2010, model #29M. She is hull #2903. She is built to RINA standards. She is twin MTU16V2000 diesel powered. She is the ex: “KOKOMOLINK”,  “LUNASEA V” and "ELYSIUM".

● Vessel Name: Curfew

● IMO or Other Number: DMT29M03G909 

● Hull ID: DMT29M03G909 

● Hull Material: FRP (Fiberglass) 

● Gross Tonnage: 156 GT ITC 

● Net Tonnage: 46 NT ITC 

● Length: 95.5 ft

● Breadth: 23.5 ft

● Depth: 7.5 ft


● Length Overall: 29.10 meters 

● Waterline Length: 23.60 meters 

● Maximum Beam: 7.16 meters 

● Draft - Full Load: 2.24 meters 

● Load - Displacement: 128 tons 

● Load - Light Displacement: 110 tons 

● Fuel Capacity: 16,200 liters 

● Freshwater Capacity: 3,000 liters 

● Black Water Capacity: 800 liters 

● Gray Water Capacity: 800 liters




The master stateroom is located all the way aft in the guest area and is full beam. Starboard side is the stateroom. Port side is the bathroom with separate toilet room. The master cabin has a king size berth in an athwartships arrangement off of the starboard hull side. At the foot of the bed is an upholstered bench. At the berth are twin reading lamps. In the overhead of the master stateroom bed is a glass paneled LED light start scene. In the hull sides port and starboard are fixed horizontal windows behind electric shades. Forward outboard is a flip top mirrored makeup desk with loose stool. Forward is a storage console and entertainment center. All the way aft are a series of hanging lockers and a lit art display niche with marble top. Port forward outboard is entry into the enclosed toilet room. 

Entertainment is provided to the cabin via the following: 

  • Samsung 4k frame TV connected to control 4 system with Ipad capable of controlling entire yacht
  • Direct TV Sat Receiver with Roku
  • iPad Docking Station
  • RGBW Rope Lighting in master controlled from iPad

The master stateroom bath is split fore and aft with a separate toilet room forward and the bath, shower, and sink area aft. The bath area is entered by twin smoked Plexiglas polished stainless steel framed sliding doors. The master stateroom bath has a marble countertop vanity with top mounted glass bowl sink, mirrored wall, twin medicine cabinets, and large glass face marble threshold Jacuzzi tub, and a marble encased frameless glass door enclosed shower. The master stateroom bath has heated marble soles. In the hull sides are large fixed windows behind an electric shade. 

In the master stateroom shower behind a smoked glass door is a quick acting dogged and gasketed door out to a fold out hydraulic platform from the port hull side. The hydraulic platform has a teak overlay deck. On the outboard edge of the platform is a recessed swim ladder. There are a pair of spotlights in the recessed opening for the platform which provide lighting. 

The enclosed toilet room has a second marble countertop vanity with top mount glass bowl sink, mirrored walls, a Tecma electric toilet, and a bidet. In the hull side is a polished stainless steel framed dogged and gasketed opening port light and a small medicine cabinet. 


Located forward on the lower deck is the VIP stateroom. The VIP stateroom has a queen size berth in an athwartships arrangement off of the starboard hull side. At the berth are twin nightstands with reading lamps. In the hull side are polished stainless steel dogged and gasketed port lights behind electric shades. The forward bulkhead is mirrored. In the overhead above the bed is a mirrored LED light star scene. There is an emergency escape up and into the bosun’s lockers forward. Forward to port is a leather upholstered sofa. Aft to starboard is a mirrored hanging and storage lockers. Aft to port is entry into the enclosed head. 

The enclosed head has a marbled counter vanity with top mount glass bowl sink, mirrored wall, marble soles, a Tecma electric toilet, and a glass enclosed shower. In the hull side are a pair of polished stainless steel framed opening port lights and twin medicine cabinets. 

Aft of the VIP cabin is a central passageway leading all the way aft to the master stateroom, the port and starboard guest area staterooms, and a curved stairway up to the main deck. The passageway has carpeted soles with a marble threshold and mirrored panel walls. At the aft end of the passageway to port is a marble top display console with glass face glass storage cabinet. Underneath the stairway is a Frigonautica wine cooler. 

Entertainment is provided by: Samsung 4k frame TV connected to control 4 system with IPAD Capable of controling entrie yacht, TV Sat Receiver with Roku.


The port guest cabin has a queen size berth in a fore and aft arrangement along the hull side. In the hull side are polished stainless steel port lights behind a shade. Inboard is a nightstand. At the berth are twin reading lamps. Outboard aft is a hanging locker. All the way aft is entry into the enclosed head. 

Entertainment is provided by: Samsung 4k frame TV connected to control 4 system with IPAD Capable of controling entrie yacht, TV Sat Receiver with Roku. 

The enclosed head has a marble counter vanity with top mount glass bowl sink, mirrored wall, twin medicine cabinets, marble soles, a Tecma electric toilet, and a glass enclosed shower. In the hull side are a twin polished stainless steel framed dogged and gasketed opening port lights. 


The starboard guest cabin has two single berths in a fore and aft inboard and outboard arrangement with nightstand between. At each berth are reading lamps. In the hull side are polished stainless steel framed dogged and gasketed opening port lights and shades. Outboard aft is a hanging locker. Centerline aft is entry into an enclosed head. 

Entertainment is provided by: Samsung 4k frame TV connected to control 4 system with IPAD Capable of controling entrie yacht, TV Sat Receiver with Roku.

The enclosed head has a marble counter vanity with top mount glass bowl sink, mirrored wall, twin medicine cabinets, marble soles, a Tecma electric toilet, and a glass enclosed shower. In the hull side are a twin polished stainless steel framed dogged and gasketed opening port lights. 

The interior of the vessel is well lit and fully air conditioned. The interior of the vessel has leather wrapped wall panels and overheads. The lower guest area has carpeted soles with a marble threshold in the passageway and master stateroom. The three forward staterooms have carpeted soles. The interior has finished wood cabinetry with marble soles in all the heads and galley with marble soles and countertops in the heads and galley. The main deck has finished wood plank flooring. All of the windows are fit with shades. The shades in the master stateroom, forward VIP, and the main and dining salons are electric. 


All the way aft on the main deck is the main salon and dining salon. The main salon and dining salon are divided by a low console with pegged glass storage and glass doors. Down the centerline are custom glass paneled LED star light scenes. The dining salon is forward; the main salon is aft. Along the hull sides port and starboard are large fixed windows each fit with electric blinds. 

The dining salon has a glass top table on two brushed stainless steel pedestal mounts. At the table is seating for 8. Port and starboard are serving buffets with pegged china storage. Port and starboard forward are glass shelves with display cases. Centerline forward is a Samsung 4k frame TV behind a glass panel. Midships port and starboard are second art display cases with storage shelves. 

The salon aft has a polished stainless steel framed electric sliding door out to the aft deck. The following furniture is seen in the main salon: 

● (2) Leather upholstered couches 

● (3) Leather upholstered barrel back chairs 

● (2) Leather upholstered ottomans 

● Glass inset panel finished wood and leather wrapped cocktail coffee table 

Entertainment is provided to the salon via a pair of Samsung 4k frame TVs behind custom glass panels in the port and starboard aft corners and surround sound system connected to control 4 system with IPAD Capable of controlling entire yacht.

-Direct TV Sat Receiver, with Roku

-Ipad Dock

-RGBW Rope lighting in main salon controlled from iPad


The galley is to port and is entered via sliding pocket doors aft the dining area. There is a pocket window from the passageway aft of the wheelhouse to the inboard counter top aft of the refrigerator The galley has marble countertops with finished wood lower cabinets and painted upper cabinets. In the hull side is a window. Midships in the galley is a second electric dogged and gasketed pantographic door out to the port side deck. 

The following appliances are seen in the galley: 

● Miele 4-burner glass top range with a Miele overhead deck hood with light and 4-speed fan 

● Miele model #H5080BM combination microwave convection oven 

● Miele model #G1142SCI dishwasher 

● Dual stainless steel under mount sink with a Whirlpool garbage disposal unit 

● Vitrifrigo bin type ice machine 

● Single Kraus deep sink 

● Sonic type ice machine under counter


The crew quarters is accessed via a stairway down from the dogged and gasketed pantographic door from the starboard aft side deck. At the bottom of the stairway aft is a door. This door opens into the crew lounge area. Starboard side is entry into the two starboard crew cabins. Centerline forward is entry into the shared crew head. Port side outboard is entry into the captain's head. The crew lounge has a small galley with granite countertop with Miele two-burner glass cooktop and stainless steel sink and faucet and finished upper and lower cabinets. The appliances consist of a Vitrifrigo refrigerator freezer. Aft is a small fold out desk and table. Port side is a laundry center with a Miele model #T8322 dryer and a Miele model #W3740 washing machine. Entertainment is provided to the crew area via a Samsung 26" TV, a Humax model #HDCI-2000 AV receiver, and a NAD model #L54 DVD receiver. In the overhead are a pair of overhead speakers and a smoke detector. 

The starboard forward crew cabin has two single berths in an athwartships high/low arrangement off of the forward bulkhead. In the hull side is a fixed window fit with blinds. At each berth is a reading lamp. Outboard is a mirrored hanging locker. Inboard is a storage shelf. In the overhead are a pair of speakers and a smoke detector. Entertainment is provided to each cabin via a Kenwood model #KDC-W5544LJ car stereo CD/MP3/DVD player. 

The starboard aft crew cabin has two single berths in a high/low arrangement along the hulls side. In the hull are a pair of polished stainless steel dogged and gasketed framed port lights. At each berth is a reading lamp. Inboard forward is a mirrored hanging locker. Entertainment is provided via a Kenwood model #KDC-W5544LJ car stereo CD/MP3/DVD player and a pair of overhead speakers. 

The shared head forward has a granite countertop vanity with under mount ceramic sink, mirrored wall, a Tecma electric toilet, and an enclosed shower with glass frameless door. 

The captain's cabin has a single berth in an athwartships arrangement along the after bulkhead. In the hull side is a polished stainless steel framed dogged and gasketed opening port light. At the berth is a reading lamp. Outboard is a mirrored hanging locker. Inboard is a small desk. At the desk is a Panasonic model #WV-LD1500 CCTV camera display and an Isel ship's monitoring system touchscreen panel. Above that is a Furuno model #RD30 multifunction display. Entertainment is provided via a Samsung 26" television and a Kenwood model #KDV5241U car stereo CD/DVD player with a pair of overhead speakers. All the way forward is an enclosed head with a marble countertop vanity with under mount ceramic sink, mirrored wall, medicine cabinet, Tecma electric toilet, and an enclosed shower with frameless glass door. 


The teak overlay decks of the foredeck are protected by a waist high boxed bulwark. On top of the bulwarks is a varnished teak cap and polished stainless steel welded handrail. In the bow is an elevated teak overlay platform. Port and starboard are stainless steel roller fairleads to bolted stainless steel cleats. Below the cleats are dogged and gasketed hinged hatches into void storage lockers. On deck are flush mounted footswitches for anchor windlass control. In the platform base centerline is a hailer speaker. Centerline on deck is a dogged hinged teak overlay hatch on pneumatic ram assist providing access to the forepeak and chain locker. 

Aft on the foredeck is a lounge and seating area. Forward is a large sun pad with bosun’s lockers beneath port and starboard. In the port side locker is the emergency escape from the bow cabin. On centerline is a circular hot tub with natural teak surround. A set of teak overlay steps is provided for access. Forward of the hot tub is a hinged hatch on pneumatic ram assist with cushioned cover. Beneath are the anchor windlasses. 

Directly aft of the hot tub is a built-in seating area with cushions and a stainless steel framed Bimini top overhead. At the seating area are varnished teak pedestal mount tables. In the seat base are marinized stereo speakers. 

On centerline is a control station with the following: 

● MTU electronic main engine controls 

● American Bow Thruster bow thruster and stern thruster control 

● Jog lever steering 

● Main engine starts/stops 

● Main engine common alarm indication 

● Main engine emergency stops 

● Stereo speaker volume control switches 

● Bimini top light control switch 

● Whirlpool bath control switch 

The raised seating area deck is finished in a teak overlay. Directly aft of the seating area are bosun’s locker hatches on pneumatic ram assist. Seen inside the starboard bosun’s locker is a potable water fill and a ship’s service air chuck. The forward housetop directly aft of the seating area is finished in a molded nonskid. Aft is a three-panel pilothouse windshield with washers and wipers. 

Teak overlay decks extend aft along the house sides and down a single step to the after side decks. Low in the bulwarks are open freeing ports and stainless steel combination fairlead cleats. In the house sides port and starboard are Nemo electric dogging pantographic doors. Port leads to the galley. Starboard side leads to the guest entry. The side decks are cleared to waterways with scupper drains with removable stainless steel grates. In the bulwarks port and starboard are opening boarding gates with tide ride mounts. Below the port side gate is a hinged hatch housing a boarding ladder. Aft on the side deck bulwarks are open freeing ports. On the port house sides port and starboard aft are lockers housing diesel fuel fills. Aft on the starboard house side is a quick acting dogged and gasketed pantographic door providing access to the engine room fiddly and crew accommodations. 

The teak overlay decks of the aft deck are partially protected overhead by the housetop overhang. Seen in the overheads are LED lights, marinized stereo speakers, and closed circuit television cameras. Extending down from the overhead behind the bar on an electric lift is an Aquivo IP56 rated outdoor television. There is a camera forward to port and one camera each port and starboard outboard. The aft deck is protected by a low boxed bulwark with varnished teak cap. 

On the port side at the aft end of the house is a backing station with the following. 

● American Bow Thruster bow thruster stern thruster control 

● MTU electronic main engine controls 

● Main engine starts/stops 

● Main engine emergency stops 

● Main engine common alarm indicator 

● Remote solenoids controls for the emergency battery and service batteries 

Port and starboard aft on the aft deck are line handling stations with hinged covers on pneumatic ram assist. At each line handling are Lofrans AC electric warping windlasses operated by reversible flush mounted footswitches. Forward of each line handling station are molded sinks with potable water folding faucets. In the base of each line handling station are lockers. Seen inside the starboard locker is a fire hydrant with hose and vari nozzle and fire pump control. At each line handling station are roller fairleads and polished stainless steel cleats. In the port line handling station base is the alarm monitored crash panel for the engine room fixed fire suppression system pulls. 

Forward is a stainless steel framed glass paneled electric sliding door and bulkhead into the main salon. To port is a wet bar with stone top and integrated sink. In the bar base are lighting controls, an Isotherm bin type icemaker, and a Vitrifrigo drawer type beverage refrigerator. To starboard is a curved companionway with teak overlay treads, deck level lights, and stainless steel handrail up to the stainless steel framed dark smoked Plexiglas hinged hatch on pneumatic ram assist and the flybridge. The aft deck is furnished with all weather simulated wicker lounge chairs, sofa, and ottomans. 

Port and starboard aft are teak overlay companionways with deck level lights leading down to the swim step. Inside the starboard companionway are controls for the passerelle. Inside the port companionway are controls for the garage door, platform, hatch, and swim ladder. At the top of each companionway is a stainless steel hoop style hinged latching gate. In the upper riser of the starboard transom walkdown is a hatch housing the passerelle. 

The teak overlay decks of the swim step are unprotected. The after section of the swim step is a hydraulic lifting platform with hinged aft section which hinges up forming a transom bulwark. In the hinged up section are stainless steel drain grates and hard point mounts for personal watercraft chocks. 

On the port and starboard transom corners are stainless steel popup cleats. Above the cleats are shore power inlet stations. On the starboard side is a Glendinning Cablemaster CM8 shore power cord retrieval system with 100-amp cord. On the port side is a manually deployed 100-amp cord. In the lower sections of the transom walkdowns are small lockers. 

Inside the starboard locker is the following: 

● Emergency stop with swim platform 

● Swim platform alarm buzzer 

● Bypass swim platform 

● Passerelle emergency control 

Inside the port side locker is the following: 

● Potable water washdown bib 

● Unlabeled isolation valve with hose bib 

● Telephone type swim shower 

The backlit cut polished stainless steel name on her transom reads “ELYSIUM”. The cut polished stainless steel hailing port reads “Miami Beach”. On the starboard transom corner up high is a receptacle eye for the passerelle wireless remote. 

The transom lifts up on hydraulic ram actuation providing access to a tender garage. To port in the transom door is a quick acting dogged and gasketed lockable daily door providing access to the garage. 

The teak overlay decks of the flybridge and sun deck area are partially protected forward by a dark smoked Plexiglas wraparound windscreen on stainless steel frame. On centerline is a stainless steel framed sliding glass panel lockable hatch into the accommodations. To port is a fully instrumented helm with pedestal mount helm and companion chairs. To starboard is a built-in seating area with cushions, covers, and storage beneath. At the seating area is a pedestal mount varnished teak table. 

Directly aft from the helm is a lounge area. To starboard is a large built-in lounge seating area with cushions, covers, and storage beneath. At the seating area is a pedestal mount varnished teak table with stone inlay. To port are all weather wicker type lounge chairs and ottomans. There are two additional all weather wicker chairs and barstools found loose on deck. Opposite to port is a wet bar area with stone top. There is a stainless steel framed under mount sink and an Alfresco stainless steel liquid propane gas barbecue. Below the bar is storage and a Vitrifrigo drawer type beverage refrigerator. Aft is a locker housing the liquid propane gas bottles. To port is a stainless steel framed dark smoked Plexiglas dogged and gasketed hinged hatch on pneumatic ram assist with stainless steel handrail surround to the companionway down to the aft deck. Overhead is partially protected by the arch and mast extension. There are inset dark smoked glass panels and a stainless steel framed hydraulically deployed Bimini top which extends forward covering the seating area. Beneath the arch are marinized stereo speakers, courtesy lights, and a closed circuit television camera dome. 

All the way aft is a teak overlay seating area with all weather simulated wicker lounge chairs and ottomans. Port and starboard are man overboard throw rings with heaving lines and tethered buoy lights. Partially recessed in the bulwarks port and starboard are canistered life rafts. Seen to starboard is a mount for a Category I GPIRB. Aft is an extended boxed bulwark with stainless steel handrail and dark smoked Plexiglas inset panels. Off the overhang is seen a polished stainless steel flagstaff. 

The following gear and equipment is noted on the arch top and mast extension: 

● (2) Satellite domes (starboard is a dummy) 

● Various fiberglass whip antennas 

● FLIR infrared camera 

● Halyards 

● Thrane and Thrane sat phone dome 

● Simrad DGPS antenna 

● Dome type antennas 

● Kahlenberg Zero Series dual trumpet pneumatic horn 

● Garmin GMR Phantom radar scanner 

● Garmin XHD2 radar scanner 

● Furuno GPS antenna 

● MX Marine model #MX575A satellite compass antenna 

● (2) ACR model #RCL100 remote searchlights 

● Nargentus digital antenna for AM/FM and television 

● DC plug connection for Not Under Command lights 

● Sailor sat phone antenna 


"CURFEW" carries a pair of Pool-N type 136-kg painted galvanized steel high holding power Navy stockless anchors shackled to a reported 110-meters of 14mm stud link galvanized steel anchor chain. The anchors are housed in polished stainless steel pockets in the bow. The anchor chains are led through stainless steel hawse pipes with saltwater chain wash. The chains are stowed in the anchor locker in divided lined fiberglass chain bins. The bitter ends of the anchor chains are secured by short tag lines. The anchors are hauled by separate Lofrans Ercole Verticale 4-kW, 400-volt AC electric vertical anchor windlasses. The anchor windlasses are chrome plated bronze with line handling capstan heads, wildcats with chain strippers, band brakes, and chrome plated horns both on the top of the hawse pipe and at the top of the spurling hole. Grooved rollers are fitted. 

The anchor windlasses are controlled locally by a pair of footswitches at base of the raised platform in the bow. Decommissioned tethered remote plugs are fitted at each windlass. The anchor windlasses can be controlled remotely from the Team Italia control panel both on the flybridge and wheelhouse.


The engine room on board "CURFEW" is entered via a dogged and gasketed watertight door in the forward engine room bulkhead from the crew passageway and aft via a dogged and gasketed hatch from the lazarette. The engine room is lit with overhead AC fluorescent light fixtures and emergency DC lights. The emergency DC lighting activates automatically upon loss of AC power along with the ship's emergency lighting system. The decks are polished aluminum diamond plate panels that lay on top of bolted aluminum deck supports. The engine room is fully insulated. There are bolted handrails between the engines. The engine room is protected by a FM200 engine room fixed fire suppression system with the bottle located inside the lazarette area. This system has two nitrogen bottles - one of which is connected to a remote cable actuated pull which activates engine shutdowns, generator shutdowns, and exhaust fan shutdowns. 

The following gear and equipment is noted inside the engine room: 

● (2) MTU 16V2000 freshwater cooled marine diesels 

● (2) ZF model #3060V reversing gears 

● ABT  Hydraulic Bow Thruster 65HP Double 400mm Propellers 

● ABT Hydraulic Stern Thruster 65HP Double 400mm Propellers In Transverse Stern Tunnel 

● Zero-Speed Trac- ABT Stabilizers With  2 Stabilizing Fins Of Approx. 0.85 M2

● (2) Onan model #MDDCF-7371371 40-kW generators 

● Village Marine reverse osmosis watermaker 

● Atlas Marine three-phase, 45M-C shore power converter monitoring panel 

● (2) Gianneschi model #MP0826983 230-volt/400-volt bilge/fire fire/bilge pumps with manifold for the bilge to pump from the following: 

⮚ Engine room 

⮚ Engine room wandering lead 

⮚ Technical room bilge 

⮚ Port side crew bilge 

⮚ Starboard side crew bilge 

⮚ Οwner´s bilge 

⮚ Βilge lobby lower deck

● Mastervolt 24-volt DC 75-amp charger for service batteries 

● (2) CCTV cameras rotating 360° 

● (4) Smoke detectors 

● Rate of rise detector 

● FM200 with one pull station located port side aft deck 

● (2) Aluminum drop-in 1,000-liter fuel tanks port and starboard used as day tanks with crossover and visual fuel gauge 

● Reverso 24-volt oil change system which services the following: 

⮚ Main engines 

⮚ Gears 

⮚ Wandering connection for the generators 

● Dometic Dominator 92 model #PCS/FC16001 chiller unit for vessel's air makeup units with Elba ER expansion tank and Calpeda AC raw water pump with raw water strainer with remote mounted controls 

● Common overboard discharge box 

● Firefighting hose tied into the main fire system 

● 6-kg dry chemical handheld fire extinguisher 

● Fire ax 

● Manual diaphragm bilge for engine room bilge 

● Alfa Laval model #MIB303S-13 fuel centrifugal purifier 

● Saim Marine stabilizer control panel 

● Saim Marine hydraulic reservoir tank with isolation valves and (2) 380-volt hydraulic pumps with hydraulic heat exchanger raw water cooled off of (2) 380-volt Gianneschi pumps 

● Water pressure pump switch with disconnect switch and pump #1 or #2 selectors 

● Technonautica talk back intercom switchboard 

● Engine room digital thermostat 

● Main engine battery disconnects 

● Generator battery disconnect 

● Fuel suction manifold valves which service: 

⮚ Fuel manual pump 

⮚ 380-volt fuel transfer pump 

⮚ Alfa Lava 

⮚ Fiberglass fuel loading crew tank 

⮚ Service fuel tanks 

● Fuel flow manifold valves servicing: 

⮚ Main fuel pump 

⮚ Service fuel tank #1 

⮚ 24-volt DC fuel transfer pump 

⮚ Alfa Laval transfer pump 

⮚ Manual fuel pump 

⮚ Service fuel tank #2 

⮚ Fiberglass fuel loading tanks 

⮚ Manual fuel pump 

● Gianneschi model #MA825158 220/280-volt fuel transfer pump 

● Gianneschi 24-volt DC emergency fuel transfer pump 

● (2) Gianneschi model #823390 220/380-volt potable water pumps with Gianneschi control pressure units and (2) spin-on type water filters 

● Argal 220/380-volt seawater pump for refrigerator in the galley 

● Osmo-Sea UV sterilizer for the potable water system 

● Owner platform hydraulic control unit and power pack with hydraulic reservoir 

● (2) DC lights that indicate the alternator is putting out power from the main engines 

● AC/DC panels located aft 

● Generator electrical panel with the following: 

⮚ Gen 1, Gen 2 

⮚ Analog voltmeter with selector switch 

⮚ Analog amp meter with selector switch 

⮚ Hertz meter 

⮚ kW meter 

⮚ General alarms 

⮚ Synchronizer 

⮚ Insulation measure 

⮚ Start and stop buttons 

⮚ Shoreline power panel 

⮚ Analog voltmeter with selector switch 

⮚ Analog amp meter with selector switch 

⮚ Phase sequence monitor 

⮚ WM-12-96 multifunction meter 

⮚ Starts and stops manual/auto 

⮚ Boiler #1 and #2 

⮚ Fuel transfer 

⮚ Gray water 

⮚ Black water 

⮚ Steering gear pump 

⮚ Fuel transfer pump 24-volt DC 

⮚ Fire pump manual auto switches 

⮚ Port and starboard engine room blower control 

⮚ 24-volt DC analog amp meter and voltmeter 

⮚ Emergency 24-volt DC amp/voltmeter 

● Magnetic breakers for AC current 

⮚ Section port 

⮚ Section starboard 

● 24-volt DC magnetic breakers 

⮚ Generator #1 and #2 breakers 

⮚ Shore power on/off rotary switches 

● Port and starboard main engine raw water intake valves with sea strainers 

● Rule-A-Matic high water level alarm 

● Drop-in stainless steel gray water tank 

● Various outlets - 380-volt three-phase/220-volt single phase 

● Air chuck 

● Hydraulic suppressor 


"CURFEW" is powered by a pair of MTU 16V2000 M93 freshwater cooled marine diesels each rated at 2435-hp at 2450 RPM.

The port serial number is 536108592 with 2,430 engine hours (July 2021) 

The starboard serial number is 536108593 with 2,430 engine hours (July 2021)

The reversing gears are by ZF. Port serial number is 50026994; and starboard is 50026995. They are remote mounted V-drive. They are both model #3060V with a ratio of 2.750:1. with PTO pump for bow thruster and stabilizer driven off the starboard gear. Both main engine exhausts consist of stainless steel risers with blanketed stainless steel bellow flex sections to fiberglass wrapped stainless steel collectors hung from the engine room overhead to stainless steel water injection rings with exhaust discharge out the bottom in the engine room via molded fiberglass discharges. Each exhaust is fit with an idle bypass line with discharge out the transom. Both main engines and reversing gears are single isolation mounted. Each engine has MTU single lever electronic controls located at the various stations. Each main engine is 24-volt start. Each battery bank consists of (2) 8D 12-volt AGM batteries in ventilated acid proof boxes with lids and disconnect parallel selector switches. Each main engine belt drives a 24-volt alternator off the front. The starboard engine has an emergency bilge pickup which draws only from the engine room. These engines are fit with Blue Line LOP displays. Each engine is protected by (2) 75/000 Racor water fuel oil separator filters. 


"CURFEW" has a pair of Onan generators rated at 40-kW, 1500 RPM, three-phase, 50-hertz, 220/380-volt at 72.2 amps each. They are 4-cylinder turbo charged freshwater cooled marine diesels. 


Model #: MDDCF-7371371

Serial #: K080220402

Hours: 5,450



Serial #: K080220401 

Hours: 5,450

Both generators consist of cast iron water jacketed manifolds to water injected steel elbows to fiberglass waterlift mufflers to fiberglass water separating mufflers located inside the steering compartment with water discharge under the water and gas discharge above the water. Both generators are isolated mounted and located in Onan insulated hard sound shields with removable panels. Each is a 12-volt start and starts off its own dedicated bank. Each bank consists of a single 12-volt AGM battery in an acid proof box with lid. Each generator drives a 12-volt alternator off the front. Each generator has its own digital monitor screen with pressures, temperature gauges, voltmeters, hour meters, and generator starts/stops. Each generator is protected by a Racor fuel water separator.


SPEED               CONSUMPTION           RANGE              RPMs

ECO 11 knots               65 gph                    800                   1300

CRUISE 16 knots         200 gph                  300                   1900

MAX 22 knots               400 + gph               150                   2200



"CURFEW" carries a reported total of 16,200 liters of diesel fuel in (2) drop-in welded aluminum day tanks and (2) molded fiberglass storage tanks. These tanks are as follows: 

● Forward storage tank #1 - 8,000 liters located in the guest bilge 

● Aft storage tank #2 - 6,200 liters located in the crew bilge 

● Day Tanks #3 port and #3 starboard - 1,000 liters each - located port and starboard outboard of the main engines 

The forward and aft storage tanks are filled with port and starboard fuel fills on the port and starboard main side deck house sides to a manifold in the engine room. The tanks vent together to a common manifold and out the port and starboard hull sides. Tank level is monitored via the Isel ship's monitoring system. 


She carries 3,000 liters of potable water in a single integral molded fiberglass tank. The tank filled on deck. The tank vents to the starboard hull side. Tank level indication is via the Isel ship's monitoring system. 


She has a single drop-in aluminum black water tank with a reported capacity of 800 liters located centerline in the lazarette. Black water is batch transferred to a Hamann sewage treatment plant or discharged overboard via a dedicated pump. There is a dockside pump out fitting with Marpol connection located on deck. The tank vents to the hull side via a carbon filter. There is a high level alarm in the Isel ship's monitoring system.


She has a single drop-in aluminum gray water tank with a reported capacity of 800 liters located centerline in the engine room between the engines. All sinks and showers on board drain directly to the holding tanks. All air conditioning and refrigeration condensate drains go to (5) Sanisplits which discharge to the holding tank automatically. The tank vents to the black water vent overboard which shares the carbon filter. The tank is discharged via a dedicated gray water discharge pump with crossover to the black water pump as a backup. 



The bow thruster bilge is accessed via a removable flush floor panel underneath the carpet in the VIP stateroom at the foot of the bed. The bow thruster compartment is an unlit space and is finished in white gelcoat. The bow thruster compartment drains aft. 

Seen in the bow thruster compartment is the following: 

● Molded fiberglass bow thruster tube with a Rexroth model #A10FM6352W-VRC60N000 bow thruster motor on a foot with oil seal reservoir and an electric solenoid valve block with pressure gauge. The bow thruster hydraulics is plumbed in hydraulic high pressure hoses. 

● Potable water chillwater manifold 

● Insulated potable water piping 

● Insulated chillwater piping 

The guest passageway bilges are accessed via a pair of flush hatches underneath the carpeting in the guest passageway - one forward and one aft. Both bilge spaces are lit with overhead AC spotlighting and are finished out in white gelcoat. 

Seen in the forward bilge is the following: 

● SAE type 40935 6-kva power converter 400-volt, three-phase, 50-cycle input to a 110-volt AC, single phase, 60-cycle output for the outlets on board 

● Victron Energy model #SKYLLA-TG 24-volt, 50-amp battery charger 

● Victron Energy model #CENTAUR 24-volt DC 40-amp battery charger 

● Sanisplit condensate drain collection sump 

● Emergency battery bank consisting of (4) 12-volt 8D batteries in a fiberglass lined wood box with lid wired for 24-volts 

● Emergency battery bank junction box 

This space drains aft to the aft guest passageway bilge. 

The aft guest passageway bilge has the following gear and equipment: 

● (2) Gianneschi and Ramacciotti type 200VE 200-liter hot water heaters 

● Wilo type TOP-230/7RG hot water circulating pump 

● (2) Hot water expansion tanks 

● Rule 3700 24-volt DC submersible bilge pump with separate Rule-A-Matic automatic float switch and a Rule-A-Matic high bilge alarm 

● Emergency bilge pickup off of the main bilge manifold 

There is a gray water Sanisplit for guest area condensate drains. 

The master stateroom bilges are accessed via a flush floor panel underneath the carpet centerline forward in the stateroom. This bilge is an unlit bilge and is finished in white gelcoat. This bilge is located between the water tank and the fuel tanks. 

Seen in this bilge is the following: 

● Master stateroom Sanisplit condensate drain sump 

● Rule 3700 24-volt DC submersible bilge pump with Rule-A-Matic automatic float switch and separate Rule-A-Matic high bilge alarm 

● Chillwater supply and return plumbing with manifolds 

● Main bilge pickup off of the main bilge pump 

The crew bilges are accessed via numerous hatches throughout the crew sole. The bilges are protected outboard port and starboard via 24-volt DC 3,700-gallon per hours submersible bilge pumps on USS type float switches with high level water alarm. There are pickups with foot strainers off the emergency bilge pumping system. Starboard side below the crew berth and port side below the captain’s head are flush mounted hatches which gives access to the Trac ABT single ram stabilizer fin heads. 


All the way forward on the main deck is the wheelhouse. The wheelhouse has fixed windows port and starboard with a three-panel raked windshield forward. At each panel is a stainless steel windshield wiper with wash. The windshield is fit with a sunshade. All the way forward is a helm console. At the helm console are a pair of Besenzoni upholstered electric chairs on pedestal mounts with adjustable footrests and backrests. Port side is a bench seat with fold out table. Outboard is an AC and DC sub panel with magnetic breakers. Underneath the helm console port side are a pair of doors into the helm console void. The helm console void is air conditioned and lit with overhead spotlighting. 

The following equipment is seen in the helm console void: 

● Trac digital stabilizer interface box 

● Sailor Thrane and Thrane 33 Fleet Plus below deck unit 

● (4) MTU interface boxes 

● 24-volt DC radio battery bank 

● Mastervolt MASS 24/25 24-volt 25-amp battery charger 

● Garmin GSD25 sounder module 

● Garmin GMS 10 autopilot module 

● (2) Garmin 8700 chart plotter black boxes 

● Panasonic model #WJ-5X150A matrix switcher 

● I-Catch CCTV camera control 

● (2) AV and communication racks with the following: 

⮚ Extron model #DARGBYUV wind band distribution amplifier 

⮚ (2) Kaleidescape movie and music server systems (one large and one small) 

⮚ (3) DirecTV satellite TV receiver 

⮚ (2) Denon model #AVR-X4300H AV surround sound receivers 

⮚ Biamp model #MCA8150 amplifiers 

⮚ KVH TracVision satellite TV antennae control unit 

⮚ (2) In/out 4-channel power amplifiers 

Aft of the wheelhouse is a centerline passageway. The passageway leads aft to the galley to port, the curved stairway up to the flybridge centerline, the salon starboard side, and a stairway down to the guest area. The curved stairway up to the flybridge has a glass panel divider and stainless steel handrail. It leads to a polished stainless steel framed glass sliding hatch and to the flybridge. Underneath the stairs up to the flybridge is a storage locker. Inside the storage locker is an AC distribution panel. Starboard side forward is a day head. The day head has a marble counter vanity with marble sink, marble soles, mirrored walls, and a Tecma toilet. In the hull side is a dogged and gasketed hinged stainless steel framed window. Just aft of the day head is an electric pantographic dogged and gasketed door out to the starboard side deck.  


"CURFEW" is a dual station yacht with her navigation electronics, communication, and monitoring equipment being divided between the wheelhouse and flybridge.


● (2) MTU control data displays 

● (2) Main engine control stations 

● (3) Team Italia monitor and alarm touchscreen displays 

● (2) Garmin VHF Command mics 

● MTU main engine throttle 

● (3) Garmin chart plotters 

● Simrad autopilot 

● Magnetic compass 

● (2) Track ball computer mice 

● Hailer horn control keypad 

● American Bow Thruster bow and aft thruster joysticks 

● Autronica fire and alarm control cabinet 

● Wiper control panel 


● (2) Garmin GPS Map 7215 chart plotters 

● (2) Garmin VHF Command mics 

● Magnetic compass 

● Engine #1 and #2 control data button 

● Simrad autopilot 

● MTU jog lever 

● American Bow Thruster and stern thruster joysticks 

● (2) Flaps joysticks 

● Hailer horn speaker 

● Hailer control keypad 

● ICOM VHF Commandmic 

● Team Italia monitoring alarm system touchscreen display 

● (2) MTU main engine control displays 


The primary electrical systems on board are 220/380-volt AC, three-phase, 50-hz and 12-volt and 24-volt DC. Also, electrical power of 110-volt AC 60-hz is provided by the ATLAS frequency converter. 


AC electrical power is provided by either of the (2) 40-kW Cummins Onan three-phase generators or (2) Atlas Spa model #45M-A shore power frequency converters with output of 380-volt, 50-hz with (2) 100-amp shore power cords. Any combination of generators and shore power can be used. All the wiring is multi stranded plastic coated copper wire.  All of the circuits are protected by magnetic circuit breakers. 

The main electrical switchboard is located at the forward bulkhead of the engine room The electrical switchboard is laid out as follows on the port and starboard sides: 

First Panel – Generator #1 and #2 panels 

● (2) analog voltmeters 

● (2) analog amp meters 

● (2) analog frequency meters 

● (2) analog kW meters 

● Insulation meter 

● Synchroscope 

Second Panel – Shore line and 24-volt DC 

● (3) analog voltmeters 

● (3) analog amp meters 

● WM12-96 power module 

● Phase correct indicator 

Panel #3 & #4 – Port Section 

● AC distribution magnetic circuit breakers 

Panel #5 

● Generator #1 and #2 motorized contactor 

● Shore power input manual selector switch 

Panel #6 

● DC 24-volt distribution panel 


Main Engine, Generator, Service and Emergency batteries new in 2021.

24-volt DC is provided for main engine start by a pair of 24-volt battery banks located in the starboard side of the lazarette area. Each battery bank consists of (2) West Marine dual purpose 1730 MCA batteries. The forward battery bank provides power to the port main engine and the aft battery bank provides power to the starboard main engine. Each main engine is fit with a battery disconnect switch. Both battery banks are charged by a Victron Energy SKYLLA-TG 24/50 24-volt, 50-amp battery charger or via belt driven alternators off the front of each main engine. 

12-volt DC is provided for generator engine start by a single 12-volt battery bank located at the aft part of each generator engine in the engine room. Port battery bank consists of a West Marine 1000MCA maintenance free battery and the starboard generator battery bank is a Deka Marine Master 800MCA maintenance free battery. Both generator engines are fit with a battery disconnect switch. Both battery banks are charged by a Mastervolt MASS 12/30 battery charger – 12-volt, 30-amp – or via belt driven alternators off the front of each generator engine. 

24-volt DC is provided for radio service by a single 24-volt battery bank located at the port side of the pilothouse under the dash. Both battery banks consist of (2) Power Sonic PG Series PG/12-volts, 150/FR, 153 A/H batteries. Ship’s radio service battery banks are charged by a Mastervolt MASS 24/25 24-volt, 25-amp battery charger. 

24-volt DC is provided for ship’s service by a single 24-volt battery bank located in the starboard crew stateroom under the bunk. The battery bank consists of (12) Hawker 2-volt DC batteries. The service battery bank is charged by a Mastervolt MASS 24/75, 24-volt, 75-amp battery charger. 

24-volt DC is provided for emergency service by (2) 24-volt battery banks located inside the forward guest area bilge. Each battery bank consists of (2) Fullriver DC 260-12 Maintenance free 1525 CCA batteries. The emergency service bank is charged by a Victron Energy SKYLLA-TG 24/50, 24-volt, 50-amp battery charger or by standby Victron Energy Centurion 24/40-amp charger. 


There are (8) AC and DC distribution panels located in the following areas: 

● External lights power distribution panel – located on the flybridge stairs 

● Main salon/dining power distribution panel – located on the flybridge stairs 

● Galley power distribution panel – located at the forward part of the galley 

● Forward and aft guest area power distribution panel – 110 and 220-volts located at the guest corridor 

● Pilothouse port and starboard side power distribution panels 

● Crew area power distribution panel 

Each distribution panel has AC and DC magnetic circuit breakers inside. 


The lazarette is accessed via a dogged and gasketed door aft in the engine room. This space is well lit with overhead fluorescent lighting. The lazarette is protected by a Rule 3,500-gallon per hour 24-volt DC bilge pump with float switch and high water alarm. There is also a pickup with foot strainer off the emergency bilge suction manifold. In the overhead is a removable hatch which gives access to the tender garage and a smoke detectors. The soles are polished diamond plate aluminum deck plates. 

The following gear and equipment is seen in the lazarette: 

● Besenzoni 230/400-volt AC hydraulic power pack for gangway 

● Besenzoni hydraulic control unit for passerelle 

● MZ Electronics 230/400-volt AC hydraulic power pack for stern platform control 

● BCS 230/400-volt AC hydraulic power pack for steering gear 

● Gianneschi model #MP/0826861 air compressor with storage tank 

● Gianneschi sludge oil pump 

● Gianneschi AC electric gray water pump 

● Gianneschi AC electric black water pump 

● Hamann model #HL-CONT Super Mini, serial #8011 black/gray water treatment system 

● Atlas Spa model #45M-A shore power converter 

● Atlas Spa model #45M-B shore power converter 

● Control panel for: 

⮚ Exhaust fan garage 

⮚ Ventilation technical area 

⮚ Air compressor control 

● Emergency manual steering with isolation valves and header tank and rudder angle indicator 

● Stern thruster hydraulic motor and hydraulic solenoid blocks 

● Drop-in stainless steel black water tank with level sensors 

● Dedicated air handler/chiller unit with Mag-Drive seawater pump 

● Main engine bypass discharges 

● Generator lift mufflers 

● Generator water gas exhaust separators 

● Gianneschi garage exhaust blower 

● Gianneschi technical space blower 

● Vent odor filter for black water vent 

● FM200 bottle for engine room fire suppression 

● Coltri dive compressor 

● Charge battery panel with the following equipment inside: 

⮚ Mastervolt 24-volt DC 50-amp charger for main engine control 

⮚ Mastervolt 12-volt DC 30-amp for DGME charge battery 

● Dometic ship's air conditioning with a cooling capacity of 240,000 Btu on the chillwater loop system 

● (2) Failsafe galvanic isolators 

● Glendinning C8 Cablemaster with fiberglass cord storage bin 

● Calpeda chillwater pump 

● Calpeda raw water pump 

● Common deck drain overboard plumbing 

● Dirty oil drop-in stainless steel sump 

● 230/400-volt AC hydraulic pack for trim tabs 

● Expansion tank for chillwater system 


A steering system on board "CURFEW" is a hydraulic system by Siam Engineering, Inc. Hydraulic power is provided to the system off an electric power pack located in the lazarette. The pumps draw from a reservoir located in the port side in the lazarette. This reservoir is fit with a sight glass thermometer, external filter, and electric solenoid control with block level alarm. During normal operations, hydraulic signal from the pumps is converted to an electric rudder angle command by the angle of the rotary vane inside the CCO located inside the pilothouse void. Upon loss of steering control, the system switches to manual steering by de-energizing the CCO solenoids. The steering gear is located inside the lazarette. It consists of (2) 2½" stainless steel rudderstocks run in dripless shaft seals and is supported by a fiberglass shelf. The rudders are supported axially and radially by Teflon bearings bolted to the shelf. The rudders are fitted with dual rams. Keyed and bolted to the top of each rudder stock is a painted steel tiller arm. The tiller arms are synchronized by an adjustable painted steel tie bar with bolted heim joint ends. There is a rudder angle indicator feedback unit connected to the starboard tiller arm. There is an emergency steering station located in the lazarette with isolation valves.


The tender garage is accessed by a hydraulic power hinged up gasketed transom door secured with (2) hydraulic locking pins. Additional access is provided via a Nemo quick acting dogged and gasketed pantographic lockable three-quarter height door to port of centerline. This space is finished out in a gelcoat and is lit with overhead explosive rated spotlighting. It is monitored by an overhead mounted optical smoke detector and a deck mounted Sensitron explosive fume detector. The garage is designed to be ventilated by deck level passive vent to starboard and a deck level ducted squirrel cage type vent to port. Fire suppression is provided by (2) overhead sprinkler heads and serviced by the saltwater fire main with valved branch line located in the engine room bulkhead aft. In the deck is the dogged and gasketed removable hatch to the steering compartment and aft auxiliary machinery space below. Outboard are scupper drains dedicated to direct overboard. Mounted to starboard is a Super Lario 4 manual emergency seawater fire pump. In the overhead is the tender gantry type crane with tethered remote and receptacle plug to starboard. 


The passerelle is a 5 meter electro hydraulic unit by Besenzoni rated for 100-kg. It is build #BES038277. Construction is polished stainless steel with a teak grate inset decking. Deck mounted LED lights are provided. On the outboard side are folding stainless steel handrails with nylon lifeline. There are provisions for a removable handrail along the inboard side. The passerelle deploys out of the starboard upper step riser at the transom walkdown. Operation is by touch pad control on the aft deck. There are provisions for a wireless remote. Operation is by 24-volt DC electro hydraulic power pack located in the main car for extension and luffing only. 

In addition to the passerelle, there is a power deployed boarding ladder integrated into the port hull side at the boarding gate behind a flush hatch. This boarding ladder was demonstrated. 


In the garage overhead is a Besenzoni gantry type crane operated by tethered remote from inside the garage space. The crane is build #BES039841. The crane is rated for 800-kg lift and 440-kg static load. The operating voltage is 380-volts AC at 60 amps. There is a separate electrohydraulic power pack located in the aft machinery space. The crane is configured with a two-stage extension beam with a 5/16" 7 X 19 stainless steel hoist cable in a single part make up with bronze roller sheave. 


● (2) ACR remote searchlights 

● FLIR infrared camera 

● Full set of required navigation and anchor lights 

● Under Command lights 

● Dual trumpet horn 

● (2) Viking type 8UKL 8-person SOLAS E Pak canistered life rafts on hydrostatic releases, serial #12073246 and #12073245 

● Category I GPIRB housing (no GPIRB installed) 

● Closed circuit television camera 

● (2) Type IV throwable personal flotation devices with buoy lines and lights 

● Ground tackle 

● (12) Mustang type I U.S. Coast Guard approved adult personal flotation devices with reflective strips and whistles 

● (8) Adult Type II U.S. Coast Guard approved personal flotation devices 

● (5) Youth Type II U.S. Coast Guard approved personal flotation devices 

● (3) Adult immersion suits 

● (3) Suspenders type inflatable personal flotation devices 

● Fire blanket 

● Secondary means of escape from the lower accommodations 

● Emergency firefighting hand pump 

● Garage explosive fume detector 

● Fire main driven garage sprinkler system 

● Flare kits 

● 2.5-lb. dry chemical portable fire extinguisher 

● 5-lb. dry chemical portable fire extinguisher 

● (2) On deck fire stations with hydrants, hoses, and vari nozzles 

● Child Type II personal flotation devices 

● AC electric emergency bilge fire pump 

● AC electric emergency fire bilge pump 

● FM200 engine room fixed fire suppression system 

● Emergency fuel shutoffs 

● Emergency engine room bilge pumping off of the port main engine raw water pump with isolation valve and pickup with foot strainer 

● (5) Inflatable personal flotation devices 

● (2) 5-kg dry chemical handheld fire extinguishers 

● Fire ax 

● (3) 2-kg dry chemical handheld fire extinguishers  


She is a hard chine vee bottom configuration with a skeg keel. The running gear is unprotected. There are molded liftings strakes forward. The chines form the spray rails forward. 

All the way forward is a 16" molded fiberglass bow thruster tube with relief aft. Inside are American Bow Thruster 5-bladed counter rotating bronze propellers on a bronze foot. The bow thruster props and foot are coated in Propspeed. 

Midships are Trac foil shaped semi balanced stabilizer fins which measure 31" X 62" each with bolted fiberglass winglets along the bottom. 

She has a pair of molded fiberglass underwater exhaust discharges with diverters and fences. 

She has a pair of one-piece 100mm stainless steel shafts run in cast bronze single leg bolted struts with water cooled bearings in each strut and in the bottom of the fiberglass logs. Keyed and bolted to the end of each shaft is a Rolla 5-bladed Nibral bronze propeller. Both the prop shafts and struts are coated in Propspeed. 

She has a pair of semi balanced foil shaped rudders filled with oil measuring 36" X 20" set up with 3/4" of toe in. 

Off the back of the transom port and starboard are a pair of stainless steel dual ram trim tabs, which measure 47" X 20". Between the trim tabs is a 96" long fixed plate lifting wedge. 

Off the back centerline in a molded fiberglass housing are American Stern Thruster 5-bladed counter rotating propellers on a bronze foot. Both the propellers and the bronze foot are coated in Propspeed. 

Also located off the back of the transom on a stainless steel hydraulic lift bracket is a fiberglass boat lift and swim platform. 

Additionally there are (13) underwater lights - (3) across the transom and (5) each on the port and starboard hull sides. 


● (2) Custom recessed hub zincs - one for the back of each prop. 70% 

● Zimar model #VT8 bar zincs - one on each rudder. 80% 

● (2) Zimar model #R-3 round zincs - both on the fixed lifting wedge 80% 

● (4) Zimar model #TA3 bar zincs - (2) per trim tab 80% 

● (8) Zimar model #R4 round zincs - (2) per platform lift bracket 80% 

Zincs are brand new and currenty at 95%,bottom gets cleaned on a monthly basis.


Motor Yacht Curfew is now a very reliable yacht, all the issues this yacht had previously have been resolved and everything onboard works like it's supposed to, The yacht is very reliable, we haven't had any issues when underway or when doing trips, there are ample spares onboard for all the systems and everything is up to date, as of right now there are no major services due and besides bottom paint in 7 or 8 months the yacht needs no major maintenance or overhauls for the next couple of years.

The yacht had a balance issue where it did not sit on an even keel unless it was fully fueled, we have painstakingly and strategically positioned ballast around the bilges and added about 1,800 pounds of ballast in order to ensure the yacht stays on an even keel, with or without the tender on and in any state of loading.

Current Captain managed the entire refit and knows the yacht intimately, the Captain will be happy to hand over and provide support to the new owner and captain until they are happy and comfortable with the yacht as well as disclose all the contractors who worked onboard and they will honor any warranties that may arise.

Not a penny was spared when doing any work onboard, you will see this in the folder with all the contractor invoices that will be included, nothing was patched, work was done properly and to a high standard by the Captain and his team as well as very reputable Fort Lauderdale contractors.

Motor Yacht Curfew will be sold in truly turn-key condition and ready to be used and even though the yacht is private, it has been outfitted for charter so it will pass a USCG safety inspection and because the duty on it has been paid it can begin chartering ASAP.




Hull and Running gear

1)    Bottom sandblasted down to gelcoat, 2 coats of barrier coat, 2 full coats of sharkskin premium hard underwater paint and an extra palm beach coat on the sides and upper part of the waterline.

2)    All zincs replaced throughout the hull, extra zincs added on shafts and tender plattform, set of sparesonboard.

3)    Propellers removed and sent for service and balancing, brought up to class “S”.

4)    Shafts removed, balanced and straightened to the highest rating.

5)    Cardan shafts removed and sent to North Carolina for precision balancing.

6)    New cutlass bearings on skegs and stern tubes, 4 total.

7)    New dripless shaft system on both shafts, PSS, with extra set of seals installed on each shaft.

8)    Rudders pulled, aligned and shaft seals inspected.

9)    Owner side door hydraulics serviced.

10) Stabilizer fins serviced (sept 2020) fins pulled and seals inspected.

11) 80% of bronze throughull fittings have been replaced.


Metal Work

1)    Full replacement of the sundeck Bimini rails including a new custom lighting system for it.

2)    New tender chock system/rails with through bolted backing plates, designed to carry a large tender or 2 jetskis.

3)    New storage shelves in the engine room on top of the engines to keep spares.

4)    Custom storage system for side boarding ladder inside the lazarette hatch.

5)    Custom racks for Seabobs x2.

6)    Custom table bases for main deck aft teak dining table.

7)    Anchor trays polished and edges re-sealed with caulking.

8)    Anchors removed and sent to get re-galvanised.

9)    New custom stainless anchor swivels imported from Italy.

10)  Anchor chains removed, deep cleaned, flipped around and marks repainted.


Paint Work, Glass & Teak

1)    Full sand of main deck capping rails down to bare wood, all edge caulking removed, rails fully removed, all edges and rail sockets primed and re caulked/re bedded, rails sanded up to 400 grit and sealed with multiplecoats of oil.

2)    Replacing about 150 linear feet of teak planking and about 30% of the caulk seams on the deck, there areover 200 man hours on teak deck repairs onboard.

3)    Brand new custom solid teak tables on the sundeck and main deck with select premium slow growth teak,sanded to 400 grit and sealed with oil and finished with tung butter.

4)    New custom vinyl pearlescent boot stripe, with extra wide seal tape.

5)    Chips and dings repaired and sprayed on sundeck, bow and hull stbd quarter, full spray and blend from themain exhaust back on the stbd side.

6)    Entire superstructure compounded with 3 step polish + sealer.

7)    Entire Hull compounded with 3 step polish + sealer.

8)    All glass windows onboard polished and sealed with a nanoceramic coating.

9)    3 deck coffee tables refinished with awlcraft and 3 coats of clear coat.

10) Fiberglass around BBQ area completely re done with a special heat proof resin and finished with heatshield.

11) Aft swim platform edge dings and scratches repaired (July 2021).


General Works & Upgrades

1)    Every bilge area and void space has been bleached and cleaned onboard.

2)    All deck lockers deep cleaned and new heronrib matting installed on all of them.

3)    All deck locker doors have new rubber seals.

4)    New receptacles on sundeck aft port and starboard, behind helm and by seating area, all with 120, 240 and USB. 

5)    4 new PF8 fenders with new covers to have a total of 8 PF8 fenders, all new fender lines and swivels installed.

6)    Jacuzzi overhauled, all fittings replaced, fiberglass repairs, new pumps and heating element.

7)    Anchor windlasses dismantled, and rebuilt with lofrans kits, custom brake stainless straps fabricated tomake the brakes more reliable.


Canvas Upgrades

1)    All tracks onboard are replaced and ends capped with stainless feeders.

2)    All existing covers re seamed and re stitched,

3)    New stamoid covers/canvas for: 2 x sunbeds, 2 x teak tables, peloton, flybridge helm, rain awning on maindeck aft, sundeck umbrella sock, main bimini sock, seating area on main deck aft. Sundeck bimini, bowbimini and privacy screen.

4)    New custom made deck throw pillows with imported European sunbrella, all weighted so they don't fly off.

5)    New tender chock covers.


Deck Furniture

1)    New custom aft seating area on the main deck aft, custom teak frame and custom cushions.

2)    New 8 x country casual teak director chairs.

3)    New Westminster teak Maya lounges 2 joined on sundeck behind helm and 2 joined on sundeck aft.

4)    New Westminster teak Maya side tables x 3.

5)    New Westminster teak folding teak table for swim platform.

6)    New Tucci umbrella on sundeck helm for shade including a custom stainless bracket.



1)    All lighting upgrades done through Apollo lighting.

1)    Every single deck courtesy light has been re-built with new LED diode installed and casings sandblasted and re anodized, over 300 lights at $40 each.

2)    Custom RGBW lights on arch and mast.

3)    Main deck ceiling “star” LED lights all replaced brand new.

4)    Sundeck bimini lights inside stainless tubing all brand new.

5)    New life raft lights and side flood lights.

6)    New work lights around the bow anchor area.

7)    New rope light on main deck sides.

8)    New custom RGBW ceiling “neon LED” rope lighting on main salon, split into two sections, inner andouter.

9)    New custom RGBW ceiling and lower “neon LED” rope lighting in master cabin.

10) Galley light bulbs replaced with LED.

11) All light bulbs were replaced in the saloon and cabins.

12) All lighting in engine room and pump room have been updated to ultra bright LED.



1)    Brand new gas system with twin composite bottles on sundeck for grill.

2)    Brand new top of the line twin Eagles gas grill, 54” 6 burners, rotisserie and smoking options.

3)    New Vitrifrigo drinks fridge on the sundeck bar.

4)    New Vitrifrigo drinks fridge on the Main deck bar.

5)    New Custom Frigid rigid fridge/freezer, painted to match the yacht.

6)    Galley appliances all miele and brand new: Fridge, range, extractor, oven, dish washer kitchenaid mixer,vitamix, air fryer, juicer etc…

7)    New “sonic” ice maker in galley.

8)    2 x new chest freezers in lazarette.

9)    New industrial ice maker in lazarette. 



1)    Full AV/IT upgrade onboard performed by HTEC, based around Control 4, entrie yacht can be controlledfrom any ipad in any room.

2)    New ubiquity LAN interface (wireless network) with full independent network connected directly to the satellite.

3)    New Intellian V100NX VSAT Antenna KA/KU band compatible.

4)    New TV sat antenna.

5)    New TVS throughout the entire yacht. Samsung Frames.

6)    New speakers throughout entire yacht including full swap out to B&W 8.5” speakers on deck (july 2021).

7)    New top of the line pepwave with 8 sim card slots, cellular boosters connected to antennas on mast.

8)    New ubiquiti WIFI antenna and gateway.

9)    New HK vision high definition cameras with constant HD recording (up to 30 days) 8 cameras total.

10) All new ipad minis on all guest cabins connected to the control 4 system, you can control the entireyacht from any Ipad.


Nav Equipment Upgrades

1)    New garmin blackbox interface in wheelhouse with 3 new DVS flush monitors.

2)    3 Garmin GPSMAP 8600 connected to black box network but can act stand alone, 2 in flybridge and one in captain's cabin.

3)    New Furuno digital gyro.

4)    New Simrad autopilot with NFU control on fly bridge.

5)    3 new garmin multi screens (wheelhouse, flybridge and captains cabin).

6)    4 x new Garmin VHF radios.

7)    New backup Time Zero in wheelhouse Center screen with charts for usa east and west coasts, Caribbean all the way to Panama and East and West coasts of Mexico.

8)    Garmin charts for usa east and West Coasts, Caribbean all the way to Panama and East and West Coasts of Mexico

9)    Garmin AIS.

10) 3 different transducers including forward facing.

11) Flir Camera mounted on mast.


Main Engines 

Main Engines currently @ 2450 hrs all work done by Scarano marine, engines are currently running flawlessly with no leaks or alarms.

1)    @ 2,200 hrs full service as prescribed by manufacturer, full tune up and valve clearances done on both engines, cooling system flushed, pressure tested and oil coolers done on both engines.

2)    @ 2,200 hrs full gearbox service.

3)    @ 2,400 hrs outboard exhaust elbow replaced on port engine.

4)    250 hr Service done second week of July 2021.

5)    New air filters x4.



Generators Currently at 5,500 hours, all work done to both generators @4900 hrs,

Full service, new raw water pumps, new fuel lift pumps, new belts, new air filters, new crankcase filter, new injectors, new turbos, Cooling systems flushed, heat exchangers removed, sonic cleaned and pressure tested, voltage and back ends inspected by maritime marine.

Casings dismantled and flaking insulation has been removed to stop contamination into the engine, coolant temp sensors replaced and raw water temp sensor replaced.


Generators have been getting fully serviced every 300 hrs at 50hrs less than manufacturers recommendation. Last service done @ 5,300 hrs (oil, oil filters, fuel filters cleaned engines and checked anodes belts and impellers).



1)    Owner’s platform has complete overhauled and is fully operational.

2)    Hydraulic side boarding ladder serviced and fully operational, the caster wheel base has been re-built.

3)    A full inspection of all the hydraulic systems and fittings onboard was carried out whilst on dry dock, any leaks on fittings in the engine room have been addressed, all the oils have been sent for analysis and cameback clear. And everything is working perfectly.


Electrical System

1)    Atlas shore power converter has been completely ovehauled and all missed service bulletins have beenperformed on the units, they are basically brand new.

2)    Shore power cables converted to pig tails with adaptors for the entire world.

3)    120v 60hz transformer has been cleaned and tested and voltage increased from 109V to 118V.

4)    Thorough inspection of all electrical panels and breakers, work breakers have been replaced, electrical panels are functioning perfectly, all work performed by maritime marine.

5)    New Main Engine Batteries, Jan 2021.

6)    New Generator Batteries Jan 2021.

7)    New Wheelhouse emergency batteries March 2021.

8)    New emergency batteries Sept 2020.

9)    New house batteries Sept 2020.


Fuel System

1)    Fuel tanks cleaned.

2)    Alfa laval fuel purifier overhauled by Ingham engineering and working perfectly.

3)    All fuel lines have been traced and procedures have been drawn for safe bunkering

4)    Vessel has operated with Biobor fuel additive since we took possession and exhaust marks on the hull are minimum.

5)    Racors have been dismantled and overhauled.  


Bilge Pumping Systems & Fire Fighting System

1)    All Rule 3700 pumps replaced on yacht and new USS float switches added.

2)    Main bilge pump has been overhauled by ingham engineering.

3)    Fire fighting pump overhauled by ingham engineering.

4)    All new fire hoses onboard.

5)    60% of fire extinguishers have been replaced onboard, all the ones in technical areas and engine room with new generation AFFF and Halotron, to go above and beyond what is required by law.

6)    The Halotron bottle in the ER has been replaced with a brand new one and the release system has beenoverhauled.

7)    All annuals up to date until February 2022.



1)    New EPIRB.

2)    Life rafts in date until Feb 2022, new HRU’s and new custom stainless cradles.

3)    New life rings, life ring brackets and life ring lights.

4)    New inflatable life jackets for guest areas and SOLAS inflatable x 6 for crew.

Black Water & Grey Water Systems.

1)    All toilets onboard were completely overhauled, new motors, new rubber elbows and primary andsecondary NRV replaced.

2)    Black water lines get completely flushed out after every trip and the tank is also fully cleaned after everytrip.

3)    All sani splits onboard were replaced with brand new units (5 total), including 2 new spares and a couple ofthe old ones also overhauled and kept as spares in the storage unit.

4)    All sumps deep cleaned and all shower lines and runs to the tank snaked to ensure they are clear.

5)    Grey water tank cleaned after every long trip.

6)    Black water treatment plant has just been overhauled.

7)    Sink traps replaced on sundeck bar sink, crew mess sink and galley sink.


Air Conditioning

1)    Brand new chilled water pump and raw water pump mounted in a custom SS drip tray, all the chilled water loop plumbing has been re done at the pump end and all the insulation around the pump has also been redone from the pump end all the way to the bulkhead.

2)    Chilled water loop has new glycol June 2021.

3)    Raw water side of chillers has been chemical flushed March 2021.

4)    Every single air handler on the yacht has been pulled out, cleaned and overhauled.

5)    Crew areas and galley have new air handlers by dometic.

6)    This yacht has an extremely powerful and reliable AC system the yacht can stay at 68 degrees inside on 100 degree days!! The chillers are new generation titanium and less than 4 years old, all ghost faults and kinks have been worked out of the system.



1)    System was fully dismantled and overhauled, HP pump was serviced Dec 2020, the location and ergonomics improved and new heavy duty primary filters got installed, new saltwater reject solenoid got installed and is working perfectly.

2)    New membranes have been ordered and installed (July 2020).


Fresh Water System & Water Heaters

1)    Tanks and the entire fresh water system heavily chlorinated in OCT 2020, All lines onboard, hot and cold got flushed with a strong chlorine mix and sat for a week to disinfect everything.

2)    Both water heaters got descaled and deep cleaned, New zincs on Feb 2021, new 4 x 1500W heating elements which replaced the 3000W ones that were complete overkill and overloaded the entire electrical system.

3)    New hot water circulation pump.

4)    Both fresh water pumps have been overhauled by Ingham engineering Feb 2021.

5)    UV lights replaced November 2020.

6)    Filters replaced on a monthly basis.

7)    New RO APEC water filter in the galley which produces the cleanest drinking water available.


Interior Upgrades

1)    Replaced about half of the blind motors onboard, sourced spare motors for these blinds as they are nolonger in production and have 10 spares.

2)    2 new custom made ottomans in main salon with storage inside of them.

3)    New corian countertop in crew mess.

4)    New corian countertop in service side of the galley (we have a full sheet in storage to do the reminder of the galley.

5)    New galley sink.

6)    All new glassware from Bormioli Rocco.

7)    Existing Villeroy & Boch dinnerware set has new extras to sit 12 people.

8)    Full barware, serving utensils etc…

9)    Fully stocked and ready to be used galley with all new chef appliances, mixer, icecream maker, bread maker,air fryer, pots, pans, etc…

10) Full set of Strahl melamine ware for the sundeck, tall glasses, stemless wine glasses and champagne glasses.

11) All new bedding and towels.

12) All new crew bedding, towels and mattresses.


Tenders and Toys

Brand new Zodiac bay pro 18’ tender with a yamaha 90hp with 50 hours and a ton of spares for the outboard, boat has a custom tower for towing and wakeboarding with a dive ladder, Garmin chartplotter and vhf radio with large antenna to ensure tender always is in range for comms.


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