Шикарная парусная яхта ”Санта Мария” была спущена на воду в июне 2004 года. 56-метровый шедевр, разработанный Роном Холландом и построенный из алюминия. Шесть превосходных аппартаментов обеспечивают комфортабельное пребывание на борту 12 гостей. Яхта доступна для чартера от Западного Средиземноморья до Карибского бассейна.
Парусная яхта ”Санта Мария” это квинтессенция технологий – сервоприводы парусов и закруток, дублированная силовая установка, автоматические лебедки, обширное применение композитов и углеволокна. Ее запоминающиеся линии корпуса и флайбриджа стали признаками эстетического стиля Перини. На главной палубе яхты размещен офис и просторный салон с прилегающей обеденной областью. Дизайн интерьера Санта Марии - комбинация классических морских традиции и современной элегантности, создан французским архитектором Christian Liaigre. Инновационное распределение внутреннего пространства и материалов, используемых Liaigre еще больше увеличивает традиционный комфорт Perini Navi.
The hull and superstructure are Aluminum. The deck is teak over Aluminum. The paint is awlgrip with clear outer coat. NEW HULL TOPSIDE PAINT - JANUARY 2007 Note: All tanks cleaned and recoated as necessary at the end of 2007.
CLASSIFICATION: American Bureau of Shipping (ABS): Malta Cross = A1 YachtingService – AMS and Marine and Coast Guard Association (MCA)
DESIGNER:Interior: Perini Navi Note: Showboats Award 2005 for Best Sailing
NAVAL DESIGNER: Ron Holland and Perini Navi
YEAR: 2004 (June)
FUEL CONSUMPTION: 175L/hour at cruising speed of 11 Knots and 1650 RPM
SPEED: Depending upon the wind speed and the apparent angle of the wind
sailing speeds of up to 15.5 Knots are easily achieved.
Performance under Power: 14 Knots cruising at 1850 RPM
15.5 Knots maximum at 2100/2200 RPM
RANGE: Maximum range of 4000 nautical miles @ 1900 RPM with 1 engine
and 11 Knots NOTE: 10% reserve calculated.
ENGINES: 2 x Deutz TBD 616 V12 4 Stroke Turbocharged and Aftercooled
Engines 1,239 HP each @ 2,235 RPM, 3000 hr service performed by Deutz at the end of 2007 and all shaft seals serviced.
ENGINE HOURS: Eng#1: 3160 hrs (1/10/2008) Eng#2: 3160 (1/10/2008)
TRANSMISSIONS: ZF 4.792:1
PROPELLERS: 2 x Kamewa three blade feathering for sailing 1500mm/4.92’
BOW THRUSTER: American Bowthruster Trac 28’-380 125 HP with 2 x five blade
Propellers @ 700 mm/27.5” diameter – Variable Frequency and
STEERING: Hydraulic via double cylinder MARSILI system
CENTERBOARD CONTROL: 100 Ton hydraulic cylinder type SAF 2205 with Ceramic coating and dedicated powerpack
Generators & Electricity
GENERATORS: 2 x Northern Lights M6108-AZ 1500RPM 125 Kw
1 x Northern Lights MP668H 1500RPM 80 Kw
1 x Northern Lights M668A 1500RPM 20 Kw
New exhausts for the two 125 Kw generators at the end of 2007
GENERATOR HOURS:#1 125 Kw 2450 Hours as of Nov. 7, 2005
#2 125 Kw 2450 Hours as of Nov 7, 2005
#3 80 Kw 3600 Hours as of Nov. 7, 2005
#4 Emergency 5 Hours as of Nov. 7, 2005
ELECTRICITY: Onboard A.C. power is 380V 50 Cycles with the following
Additional voltages: 220V single phase 50 Hz, 24V AC/DC
Emergency and Electronics, and 120V single phase 60 cycle
for entertainment, bathrooms and service areas.
SHORE POWER: Via a 100 kw ASEA shore power converter/isolation
transformer/2x50m (164’)shore power cords
BATTERIES: For main engine and generator starting, emergency lighting,
Electronics, 24 Volt service circuit.
Batteries are charged via mastervolt battery chargers
All batteries replaced at the end of 2007 with new gel cells.
AIR CONDITIONING:System by Condaria is circulated chilled water and fan coil Units with rendundancy throughout the system. Nineteen (19)fan Coils in total with three speed and thermostatic controls. Distribution of chilled air in living areas via insulated ducts.
REFRIGERATION: 2000 L/70.6 cubic feet of galley refrigeration
3000 L/106 cubic feet of low temperature refrigeration in the
bilge deck forward under the crew quarters. The area is
divided into two compartments with separate access.
WATERMAKERS: 2 x IDROMAR MARING 1400L/Hour each for a total of
36,000L/day or 8,450 Gallons/day total.
HOT WATER HEATERS:2 x 400L/105 Gallon stainless steel electric boilers of 2x12
Kw On a ring main with two separate pumps.
BILGEWATER TREATMENT: Oilmaster DVZ 500 VC treats bilge and engine compartment
Water and discharges contaminants to the sludge tank
TOILETS: Eleven (11) Jet toilets
WASTE WATER TREATMENT: HAMANN
FUEL TREATMENT: Alfa Laval MAB 103B 24 centrifuge separator plus Racor Fuel
Filters with vacuum gauges on all engines and generators
HYDRAULICS ON BOARD:
2. Shell Door
3. Aft Lazarette Hatch
4. Side Boarding Ladder
5. Main and Mizzen Furling/Reefing (MARTIN MARINE)
7. Foredeck Tender and Toy Hatches
• 2 x high powered remote controlled flood lights on mizzen and main
mast spreaders; control from the bridge helm.
• Monitoring system: 240 inputs are monitored by a General Electric plc
• Kalenburg Horn
• Windshield wipers 5 x 2 speed and fresh water rinse.
• Side Boarding (hydraulic) Ladder
• Intercom throughout yacht
• Crew call system in crew mess with six stations throughout and on deck.
• Passarelle for stern boarding hydraulically telescoping for storage in
• Side boarding ladder hydraulically storing mid-ships to starboard under
the side deck for side-to-side or at-anchor boarding. NOTE: Self-
levelling steps and a shower at the base.
• Marquipt port side folding side-to boarding ladder
• Flybridge sun awning in two parts fore and aft for forward bridge and
• Swimming platform (hull shell door) on the port side aft with access to
the aft-peak. This platform when deployed has a shower for guests and
a tender fueling (diesel)hose and pump, plus hand rails and a swim
• Air conditioned garbage locker: Forepeak accessed via deck locker forward of anchor winches
• Underwater hull lights 4 x at shell door area
SANTA MARIA has accommodations aft for owners and guests in six (6) cabins all with ensuite toilet facilities. Her total compliment of owners and guests can be twelve (12) to fourteen (14) depending upon whether the two Pullman bunks in the two forward guest cabins are used.
SANTA MARIA sleeps up to eleven (11) crew in six (6) cabins with five heads.
Perini has done a fantastic job in space planning and use of space. The service areas make excellent use of space and make sometime difficult service jobs seem easy. The bulk of the refrigeration and laundry and storage is done one level below the crew living area and this saves valuable space for the
crew and makes tough jobs like laundry and ironing very efficient.
Starting on the sun deck there are twin steering consoles forward to port and starboard with full sail handling controls, as well as navigational screens that are interchangeable along with communications. On deck lounges are aft and just forward of the mizzen mast.
All the way aft is a large cushioned sun lounge area with a very large Jacuzzi just aft of the mizzen mast.
The crew can go below directly from the sundeck steering console to the bridge. Owner and guests access the aft deck or main salon via an aft stairway to starboard.
From the raised deck aft of the cockpit to port is a hydraulic deck access to the lazarette where water sports equipment is stored.
This area also has two single cabins (one is engineer) and a complete head and shower
Main access to the engine room is via a watertight door in the lazarette.
To port is the hull shell door which folds out hydraulically to make a 2 m wide swim platform complete with handrails, a swim ladder and a permanent hot and cold water shower at the entrance. This access is typically the primary access to the yacht when at anchor with the starboard mid-ships hydraulic gangway being the alternative access providing flexibility in that one access is mid-ship to starboard and the other is aft to port.
The aft cockpit features a large oval dining table aft for up to twelve and generous serving space.
The seating area forward of this is arranged for casual lounging, entertaining and oriented toward a 61”/1.55m Grand Vega Rear Projection Monitor.
Both this screen and the one in the cockpit are tastefully concealed by artwork which disappears at the touch of a button when the screens are needed.
To starboard forward from the salon is a private dining salon with seating for up to ten around an oval table.
To port of the salon is the media lounge set up on SANTA MARIA as a children’s play room and game room. A Sony 42” (1.07m) high definition plasma screen is the focal point of this media room.
A central hall between the media room and dining room leads forward to the bridge with the service pantry to port just aft of the bridge.
Crew quarters are forward and below with the galley in the after portion of the crew area to port and the crew dinette to starboard..
Owner and guest areas are aft via a water tight door making crew servicing of these areas most efficient thanks to the Perini aft engine room.
The refrigeration is one level below the crew quarters accessed via a stairway between the galley and the crew mess. The laundry is athwartships forward of the crew cabins.
The six (6) cabins aft in the owner/guest area are diverse in their configurations to provide infinite flexibility. The forward two cabins have twin beds and a Pullman in each.
The next two cabins aft have king size beds.
The master suite features an offset king size bed to starboard , a seating area and vanity, gigantic walk-in closets and a marble bath with his and hers sinks, tub and shower.
All guest heads feature luxurious marbles and trim plus bidets in all with tubs in two and showers in four. The sixth cabin has upper and lower berths and is located to port forward of the master suite.
The engine room is accessed from deck or via a companionway to port opposite the on deck powder room. There is a major control room for the engineer aft with three side-by-side generators aft of the two main engines in a spacious well ventilated engine room.
GALLEY & LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT
•Commercial grade stove top with six burners
And under mounted convection oven and Steam oven
•Triple stainless steel sinks including drinking water tap
•Nepresso Coffee Machine
•Hoshizaki Ice Maker •Variable speed exhaust hood
Service Pantry Equipment
• Miele Refrigerator (under counter)
• Miele Microwave Oven
• Hoshizaki Ice Maker
• Sink and drinking water dispenser
• Miele Dishwasher
• Two garbage disposals
• Sink with garbage disposal
• Nespresso Coffee Machine
• TV and Audio Equipment
• Under counter refrigerator
• Closed circuit TV monitor
COMMUNICATION & NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
Again with a no compromise attitude equipment on board SANTA MARIA was carefully evaluated and the supply and installation coordinated by Larry Smith Electronics with primary offices in Viareggio, Italy and West Palm Beach, Florida, USA. A list of major components follows. This equipment has been continually upgraded and maintained by Larry Smith on both sides of the Atlantic.
• 2 x Furuno 25W G MDSS VHF’s with
2 x Furuno Remote Control Stations
• 2 x 1 Com GMDSS Handheld VHF’s
• 2 x Cellular Telephones (GSM)
• 6 x Standard Mini-Submersible VHF’s
• 1 x Furuno 250W GMDSS SSB
• 4 x Standard Horizon VHF’s
• 1 x Panasonic Telephone System
• 1 x Intercom and Hailer
SANTA MARIA is truly an internal yacht whether she is cruising locally in a major North Atlantic or Mediterranean area or the remotest parts of the South Pacific or Indian Ocean.
A list of Satellite receivers follows:
• Broadband system 2 x Seatel 4003 w/dual
antennas to eliminate mast shadows
• 1 x NERA Fleet 33 (crew)
• 2 x NERA Fleet 77
• Sat-Com “C” Furuno
• 2 x Seatel Wave Can 3000 w/2 x remote displays • 2 x Orbit TV
Navigation Equipment :
• 2 x Furuno 2115 12 kw Black Box “X” Band Radars with 6’ (1.83m)
antennas and 18/20” flat screen monitors each
• 2 x Transas Chart Plotting Computer System with 3 x 20” and 1 x 18”
flat screen monitors
• VEGA Monitors, Pilothouse and Flybridge with switching system for
Radars, Transas, Sonar, Sail Monitoring, Engine Monitoring, Closed
• 3 x Magnetic Compasses
• 1 x Anschutz Salrig electric speed log
• Furuno Navtex Receiver
• Plath Fluxgate Compass
• 1 x Simrad Black Box Color Sonar
• 2 x Furuno Automatic Radar Plotters
• 1 x Extron Video Switching System
• 2 x Leica Dual Station DGPS w/two additional remote displays
• 1 x Furuno NX500 NAVTEX Receiver
• 1 x VE1-1646 A Ships Weather Computer
• 1 x C. PLATH Navigatx MKI Gyrocompass and Autopilot with Remote
• Brooks & Gatehouse BG-Hyolean Package for function displays for
sailing, wind, boat speed, sea/air temperature, Rig load cells
SANTA MARIA possesses the most comprehensive entertainment package of no compromise equipment available, from high-definition plasma screens to B&W speakers, CRESTRON controls and names like Sony, Sharp and NEC. From crew quarters entertainment to the finest all weather speakers on the flybridge, every component of SANTA MARIA’s entertainment package was chosen with
reliability and function as the primary concern.
TENDERS & TOYS
NOTE: This tender is equipped to be towed and is shipped or towed for major passages.
LOA: 11.95 m (39’2”)
BEAM: 3.792 m (12’4”)
DRAFT: .63 m (2’)
DISPLACEMENT: 7162 Kg. approximate (15,789.51 Lbs)
ENGINES: 2 x Yanmar 440 CV with 2 x Hamilton 274 water jets
SPEED: 40 Knots
FUEL TANK CAPACITY: 1000 L (264.17 G)
FRESH WATER TANK CAPACITY: 200 L (52.83 G)
DEPTH SOUNDER: Raymarine DSM 250
AUTOPILOT: Smart Pilot ST 6001
VHF Standard Horizon Spectrum and VHF Radio
MUSIC: Clarion CD/Radio with 4 speakers
• 1 x 21’ (6.4m) Custom Castoldi Jet with
230 HP Yanmar Diesel engines with
navigation and communication equipment
stored forward in tender bays covered by a
• Crew Tender, Novarania 12 Foot rigid bottom with 25 HP Yamaha engine
• Nitrox Dive System
• Tender diesel fueling station @ hull door aft
• 2 x double kayaks
• 2 x Yamaha XLT 1200 Jet Ski
• 2 x Vertical Stainless Steel Winches with anchor chain Wildcats (electric)
• 75 Kg Alloy Spare Fortress Anchor in the aft peak
• 2 x Pool Type Stainless Steel Anchors of class
approved weight with 192 m of 24 mm chain to port and 220 m to starboard
• 2 x additional line handling winches aft by HARKEN
• Six spreader aluminium main mast by Perini Navi and five spreader aluminium mizzen Mast by Perini Navi
• Running Rigging: Spectra Ropes
• MAST HEIGHTS: Main 190’ (58m) Mizzen 141’ (43m)
• In-Boom Furling main sail and mizzen in Carbon fiber booms by MARTIN MARINE
New Zealand. (NOTE: Furling/Reefing is a Hydraulic function with separate
• Standing Rigging: Stainless Steel Rod
• By North are all CARBON SPECTRA Cloth
• Headsails are Fore-staysail and Genoa
• Sail control is via Perini Navi Captive Winch (Electric) System
• Mainsail and Mizzen are fully battened for Maximum area and sail shape
• Headsail furling is via Perini Navi furlers (electric)
• Sail Monitoring System: Perini Navi
Sail Handling: The sail plan's control systems are based on 13 electronically controlled electric captive reel winches, custom-designed by Perini Navi
SAFETY & SECURITY EQUIPMENT
Complies with ABS and MCA with both a fixed system and appropriate fire extinguishers throughout. The fixed system is both CO2 for engine and machinery spaces, as well as on deck hydrant system and an interior sprinkler system.
• 2 x Nor. Airborne SATFIND 406 Mhz GPIRB
• Zetron Alarm and Paging System
• 2 x Nor. Airborne 9 Ghz Portable GMDSS S.A.R.T
SANTA MARIA is a development of the new breed of Perini performance cruisers with hull lines by Ron Holland and built in aluminum to keep down displacement and wetted surface. She was the winner of the prestigious Showboats Award in 2005 for best interior.
The new Perini sail plan with fully battened main and mizzens and in-boom furling and reefing creates a much closer winded yacht, with a greater sail area and better speed.
From her spacious flybridge living areas and her semi sunk cockpit, SANTA MARIA offers a variety of great outdoor living areas complimented by spacious light cherry panelled air conditioned interior areas.
Service areas and crew flow well throughout SANTA MARIA making for the most efficient use of space on board. With her sixth cabin SANTA MARIA has one more cabin than her Perini sisterships making for more accommodations. With her two crew cabins aft she also has the potential of more comprehensive service and maintenance.
SANTA MARIA is an extremely quiet yacht engineered with all of her soles and non-structural bulkheads floating with an emphasis on reduction of all vibration and structural born noise.
Just old enough now with enough hours and miles on her to make her fully commissioned for her next owner. SANTA MARIA has just gone through a comprehensive Tom Corness (Patton Marine) survey and all of his recommendations have been completed with the boat lying in Italy and ready to go for her new owner. This is an opportunity that will save a buyer one year of planning and three plus years of build time.
The name “SANTA MARIA”.
All the work of art, personal belongings, books, CD’s, DVD’s, and all the items that have the SANTA MARIA naming on, are excluded.