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Sailing Boat Perini Navi 88m «Maltese Falcon» for sale

Manufacturer Perini Navi (Italy)
Year 2006
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DesignGerard Dijkstra & Perini Navi
Engine diesel Deutz Diesel TBD620 V122 x 1499 hp
Engine year2006
Engine hours1900
Hull materialSteel
LOA88.09 m
Max beam12.60 m
Displacement1240000 kg
Ballast weight250000 kg
Draft6 m
  • Water
  • 30000 l
  • Fuel
  • 90000 l
    Number of cabins6+7
    Number of berth12+16
    FlagCayman Islands
    Navigation areaCaribbean Sea

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     Yacht description Perini Navi 88m «Maltese Falcon»

    High tensile strength steel hull and 5083 aluminium
    superstructure tribond joint between superstructure and

    Main Characteristics

    BUILDER: Perini Navi
    CLASSIFICATION: A.B.S.; Maltese Cross A 1 AMS Yachting
    Service; MCA
    REGISTRY: Commercial Registry; Georgetown, Cayman
    LOA: 288’7”/88m
    DRAFT: 19’7”/6m;
    DESIGNER: Naval Architect: Gerard Dijkstra &
    Partners and Perini Navi Exterior and
    Interior design: Ken Freivokh Design
    YEAR: 2006 (delivered in June)
    BEAM: 40’10”/12.4m
    DISPLACEMENT: 1,240 Tons
    TONNAGE : GRT: 1,110 Tons
    BALLAST: 250 tons Tons lead 30,000 Liters/7,926
    Gallons salt water

    FUEL CAPACITY: 89,730 Liters/23,706.7 Gallons
    Two Engines:

    1800 Rpm=18.5 Kts 800 lts/hr=19,200/24hours
    1600 Rpm=16 Kts 500 lts/hr=12,000/24hours
    1400 Rpm=15 Kts 400 lts/hr=9600/24hours
    1100 Rpm=12 Kts 250 lts/hr=6000/24hours

    One Engine:

    1350 Rpm=12 Kts 160 lts/hr=3840/24hours


    280 Kw 35-40 lts/hr=960/24hrs
    180 Kw 20-25 lts/hr=600/24hrs

    WATER CAPACITY: 30,000 Liters/7,926 Gallons
    GREY/BLACK WATER:5,000 Liters/1,321 Gallons
    SPEED: 16 Knots/19.5 Knots
    RANGE: 4,000 nm @ 12 Knots; 3165 nm @15 knots
    MALTESE FALCON has sailed 370 miles in a 24 hour
    passage; 24.9 knots on a reach and has done an
    Atlantic passage under sail alone averaging nearly 12
    knots and only used 6000 liters of fuel.
    FUEL CONSUMPTION:12 kts approx 250 ltrs/hr, 14 kts approx
    330 ltrs/hr w/180 Kw Gen; 15 kts approx 425 lts/hr w/180
    Kw Gen

    SALT WATER BALLAST: 85,000Liters/22,454.6 Gallons

    Mechanical Equipment
    ENGINES: 2 x Deutz TBD620 V12 diesels; 1499 Hp
    ENGINE HOURS: 1890 hrs (as of Feb 16, 2008)
    GEARBOXES: ZF BW4661 uni directional gearbox with
    variable pitch propeller
    by KaMeWa
    STEERING: Marsili single rudder, twin ram
    PROPELLER: 2 x KaMeWa 1,700mm diameter feathering
    BOWTHRUSTER: Ulstein TV45, 200 kW Single speed
    variable pitch

    Other machinery
    Watermakers: 2 x Idromar 80,000 Liters per day
    Water filter system; Water treatment consists of
    Silver Angel (silver/copper anode) on bunkering line with
    quadruple UV light treatment on supply line
    with Idromar charcoal filters
    Sanitary system: Jets/Evac vacuum system, Hamann
    waste treatment plant
    Water boilers: 2 x Gianneschi 300 ltrs
    Oily water separator; DVZ 500 – 500ltrs/hr
    Fuel cleaner; Alfa Laval MMPX 403 – self cleaning fuel
    Fuel filter systems; Primary fuel filter Racor Duplex,
    secondary manufacturers own
    Water filter system; Water treatment consists of
    Silver Angel (silver/copper anode) on bunkering line with
    quadruple UV light treatment on supply line
    with Idromar charcoal filters
    Monitoring system: ABB

    Electrical System
    GENERATORS: 2 x 280 kW Northern Lights 380V 50 Hz; 1
    x185 kW Northern
    Lights 380V 50 Hz; 1 x 80 kW Northern Lights 380V 50Hz
    ELECTRICITY: 380/220 volts, 50 hertz
    SHORE POWER: 1 x 120 AMP transformer
    BATTERIES: Exide gel

    AIR CONDITIONING: Heinen & Hopman x 2 Bitzer screw
    compressor for chilled ring main, six element barrel
    boiler for heated ring main, cabins cooled with fancoils

    Eight (8) Staterooms, sleeps 16 guests; Twelve (12) guest
    heads; Eight (8) Crew quarters, sleeps 16/18 crew, Eight
    (8) crew heads

    Main Deck

    Access is via retractable aft gangway, mooring area, two
    hidden life rafts, staircases down to the aft cockpit
    with two coffee tables and one large U shaped settee.
    The main aft deck area has dining and an
    interior/exterior bar for 12. Lateral corridors each
    with boarding ladder access to the main pantograph atrium
    sliding door, dayhead, and fire station. Aft cockpit
    with stairs up to upper deck, access to the salon through
    a full- width glass, four leaves sliding door, and
    circular bar. Large salon with double sliding doors to
    the spiral atrium open staircase, card room and writing
    room, guest dayhead, and dining room. Service pantry and
    crew lounge, staircase down to crew area. Emergency
    generator room, fore mast external living area, fore
    superstructure peaks, crew escape trunk exit, two forward
    hidden life rafts, owner tender bays, large storage
    locker, daggerboard hatch, wavebreaker, windlass and
    mooring area, antenna mast and forward guest teak seat.

    Lower Deck

    Lazarette with steering gear and owner equipment storage
    area. Engine room GGEE and MMEE areas, propulsion &
    control room.

    Owner/Guest area: Security and secretary cabins with two
    staggered single bunks in each cabin, transversal
    corridor up to main deck, owner gym. Master suite with
    bedroom, sitting area, and two bathrooms, one with a huge
    shower and the other with a Jacuzzi tub. Central atrium
    with open spiral staircase surrounding main mast column.
    Two (2) double bedded guest suites incorporating each
    with a large bathroom with shower luxury stall, cabin
    with desk and comfortable lounge convertible to a second
    double cabin provided with additional independent

    Crew area: Main galley, crew mess with service pantry.
    Captain’s cabin with double bed and bathroom. First
    officer bunked beds cabin with bathroom. Six (6) bunked
    beds crew cabin with bathroom. Corridor with staircase
    up to the crew lounge and service pantry, staircase down
    to laundry, freezer, dry storage, laundry, fore mast
    drive gear area, bilges, tank tops and pump room space
    and bow thruster.

    Upper Deck

    Large upper deck with a forward external table and seats
    in front of the wheelhouse. Side corridors with
    pneumatic retractable wing controls, large sunbathing
    area with teak coffee tables and four lounge seats facing
    the passage cabin sliding door. Storage spaces into
    superstructure overhang, forward and aft. Passage cabin
    incorporating a bathroom, top of the spiral staircase
    with atrium and a skylight, the captain’s office and

    • 1 x MKN/Hampfsdamph steam oven
    • 1 x MKN 4 ring induction hob
    • 1 x MKN 2 ring convection hob
    • 1 x MKN oven
    • 1 x MKN plate warmer
    • 1 x MKN salamander
    • 1 x Paco jet ice cream maker
    • 4 x Hobart food macerators
    • 1 x Hobart-Foster small fridge
    • 1 x Hobart-Foster large fridge
    • 1 x Hobart-Foster Large freezer
    • 2 x Hobart-Foster dishwasher
    • 1 x Meile garbage compactor
    • Enormous walk in refrigerator (12 cubic meter)
    and freezer (8 cubic meter)
    • 2 x Meile dishwashers
    • 2 x MVF automatic espresso machines
    • 3 x Hobart-Foster ice maker
    • 1 x Italian dumb waiter through three decks
    • 1 x Miele industrial dryer
    • 1 x Miele industrial washer
    • 1 x Miele medium washer
    • 1 x Miele medium dryer
    • 1 x Miele small washer
    • 1 x Miele small dryer
    • 1 x Miele roller iron
    • Included various blenders, food mixers and hand

    Communication, Navigation & Entertainment

    Communication Equipment

    • 2 x Furuno 25W GMDSS DSC VHF/FM radio; Raytheon
    VHF DSC 1000
    • 1 x Furuno Felcom 15 GMDSS Inmarsat C
    • 2 x Nera Fleet 77
    • 1 x Furuno Navtex NX500
    • 1 x Panasonic KX – TDA 200 Digital KSU Phone
    • 1 x Motorola UHF Repeater/paging system
    • 8 x Motorola UHF radios
    • 8 x Icom UHF radios
    • 1 x Icom Aircraft radio
    • 5 x Panasonic DECT phones plus antennas

    Navigation Equipment (intergrated bridge package)

    • 1 x Raytheon/Anschutz 2525/9 X-band BB ARPA radar
    • 1 x Raytheon Anschutz 2530/12 S-band BB ARPA
    • 1 x Raytheon Anschutz C21BB ECDIS chart plotter
    • 1 x Raytheon Anschutz Nauto conning w/Watch Alarm
    • 2 x Raytheon Anschutz Standard 22 GS/GMS
    • 1 x Raytheon Anschutz Overhead Magnetic compass
    • 5 x JHI 23 in. Hatteland Maritime monitors
    • 3 x JHI 20 in. Hatteland Maritime monitors
    • 1 x Leica MX421/8 DGPS
    • 1 x Leica MX420 AIS GPS
    • 1 x Furuno FCV1200 BB Sounder
    • 1 x Raytheon Anschutz Dual FU w/Handwheel 4
    position system
    • 1 x Raytheon Anschutz Nautopilot 2035 Digital
    • 1 x B&G Series 2000 Hercules wind station
    • 1 x Seenite infrared camera
    • 1 x EXTRON switching system through out boat
    • 1 x Gallinea Windshield wiper system
    • 1 x Khalenberg horn
    • 1 x Consilium log
    • 1 x digital barometer

    Entertainment Equipment

    • Sea Tel 4003 Broadband at Sea System
    • Sea Tel 4006 Broadband at Sea System
    • Sea Tel 4004 European Satellite television
    • Crestron entertainment center
    • B&O sound system, in main salon, master suite and
    passage cabin, Sony in other cabins
    • 10 x Plasma screens throughout boat.

    Tender and Toys
    • 2 x Freivokh-designed Pascoe 9.75m RIB tender,
    one open with single 360hp Volvo, other closed tender
    with two 260 hp Volvo engines
    • 1 x Castoldi 4.26m rescue boat with Yanmar 135hp
    • 2 x Yamaha FX 1100 high output wave runners
    • 1 x Kawasaki Jet ski
    • 4 x Laser sailing dinghies
    • 1 x 16 foot competition Hobie cat
    • 10 x Assorted inflatable toys
    • 16 x steel scuba tanks
    • 8 x sets of Scuba Pro BC’s, regulators w/ dive
    computers, octopus
    • Assorted fins, masks, snorkel and fins
    • 4 x Segway gyroscopic electric bikes
    • 2 x windsurfers

    Deck Equipment
    • 1 x Cramm Passerelle; Retractable stern gangway
    • Port and starboard Cramm boarding ladders
    • 2 x Custom car and hoist tender launching system
    incorporated in foremast lower yard
    • 1 x Aschceo tender crane on aft deck. 1250 kg swl
    • 8 x Henshaw medium fenders
    • 2 x Henshaw x-large fenders
    • 16 x custom made fender hooks
    • 2 sets of tender whips
    • 1x Bauer Capitano dive compressor
    • 1 x workbench in Lazzarette
    • 24 x “Sea Vision” Underwater Light (see photo in

    Rigs and Sails
    • 3-masted clipper; carbon fiber freestanding
    rotating FalconRig
    • Insensys embedded fibre optic load sensor with
    bridge display for rig load monitoring
    • 3 x Insensys 58m DWL head, carbon FalconRig
    rotating masts provided with 6 x carbon curved yards and
    trusses for 5 x independent sails each
    • 1 x Perini Navi electrical furler and 4 x Perini
    Navi outhaul winches per sail
    • Perini Navi custom built furling systems
    • Perini Navi mast heel hydraulic rotation system
    controlled through centralized sail control system
    • Perini Navi custom built winches

    • Sails are made by Doyle Superyacht; 2,400m sq.
    (25,833 ft. sq.)
    • 10 x Spare Sails

    The working sails are interchanged with the spares on a
    scheduled basis and the spare sails are serviced or
    upgraded as necessary; this system avoids the need to
    ever take the yacht out of commission and service all the
    sails at the same time, which is another advantage of the

    Safety and Fire Protection
    • Heinen Larsen Flexi fog fire-fighting system in
    accommodation with automatic sprinkler head release, and
    with manual activated foam induction for engine room
    • 4 x Drager BA, with complete fire suits
    • 1 x Panasonic CCTV system with 2 x Pan tilt
    cameras, 1 Zoom camera and two static cameras for engine
    room coverage
    • 1 x SART
    • 4 x 25 person life rafts
    • 1 x 8 person life raft
    • 32 x PFD’s
    • 18 x Inflatable SOLAS PFD’s
    • 32 immersion suits
    • 4 x line launchers
    • 2 x ACR epribs
    • 3 x Icom VHF IC-GM1500E GMDSS safety radios
    • 1 x signal light
    • 1 x sextant
    • 4 x safety light and smoke
    • MEDAIRE medical kit, De-fib, splints, O2,
    stretchers, MCA kit and all the pharmaceuticals that are
    required for a commercially registered boat.

    Art Work Included

    Passage Cabin: Mobile. Jerome Kirk. 1995
    The California artist, Kirk, is a contemporary of Calder
    and he is considered to be the master of the vertical
    mobile. This piece moves with the motion of the yacht in
    heavy seas, very attractively--- unless one is prone to
    mal de mare.

    Salon: “ Big Day at the Races”, Dennis Clive. 1990.
    This sculpture of a stylized Bugatti Type 35, was
    originally commissioned by Allan Stone, the prominent New
    York art dealer, for his personal collection. Mr. Clive
    works only in ceramic. Everything on this piece, looking
    like metal, is actually ceramic and it is accordingly
    very delicate. That is why when the yacht is under way,
    the sculpture is lodged within its special table for

    Salon: “Minotaur”. Sophie Dickenson 2007
    A powerful bronze (one of five from the mould) by this
    Victoria and Albert prize winning contemporary

    Dining Room Lobby: “Maltese Falcon”, Dennis Clive.
    This sculpture was commissioned for the yacht and is
    inspired by the “black bird” statuette from the 1939 film
    of the Dashiell Hammett novel.

    Dining Room: Glass Sculpture, John Lewis. 2005
    From the 2005 International Exhibition of Glass, at the
    San Francisco International Airport.

    Card Room: “Judith”, Starn Twins. 1995.
    Mike and Doug Starn are identical twins, and prominent
    American artists known for their photography, and work in
    mixed materials---in this example a commonplace wood
    clamp and an image taken from Titian’s painting of Judith
    with the head of Holofernes.

    Lower Atrium: “Time Flies When You Are Having Fun”, T.
    Perkins. 2005.
    The aluminum base is by Eamon Fulalove. The log is of
    yew wood, some 900 years old. The tree was lost in the
    Sussex hurricane of 1987 when the storm passed through
    the owner’s estate.

    Lower Atrium: "Silver Shark". Emmanuel Chapalain. 2006.
    This shark seems to be swimming in an aquarium around the
    central mast---and at first glance he is quite fearsome--
    -but don't worry, his pressure gauges are on empty! This
    delightful piece was made by a young artist from
    Pornichet France, and it was acquired at the ' 06 Perini
    Cup in Porto Rotondo, Sardinia (the same day the Falcon
    won the cup).


    Atrium: “Swimming Pool Scene”, Lorraine Shemesh. 1994
    This picture is among the first of the “painted pool”
    series by Ms. Shemesh, an artist now world renowned for
    the genre.

    Card Room: “The Wonder Tub”, Bo Bartlett. 1990.
    Mr. Bartlett is an American artist whose paintings are
    frequently on loan to museums. His work, at first
    glance, seems non-controversial. But, a closer
    examination reveals tremendous inner tension.

    Card Room: Abstract, Kazuko Inoue. 1991.
    Ms. Inoue works mostly in abstract oil, and is frequently
    exhibited in the New York gallery of Allan Stone.

    Writing Room: “Lifeboat” Bo Bartlett. 2000.
    Again, Bartlett challenges the viewer. Aren’t the waves
    dangerously big? Is that a wedding ring on a string
    around the youth’s neck; a shark hidden in the wave?

    Writing Room: Central Wall: “Superman”, Gordon Smedt.
    Mr. Smedt is intrigued by the Superman theme. This
    picture is among the largest he has painted. He exhibits
    at the Steel gallery in San Francisco, and this painting
    is a gift from Danielle Steel.

    Writing Room: Aft Wall: Abstract, Caio Fonseca. 1995
    Mr. Fonseca is a prominent American artist, working
    primarily in the themes of geometrical abstraction.

    Owner’s Stateroom: Center Aft Wall: “What Is Red”,
    Squeak Carnwarth. 1996
    Ms. Carnwarth is a professor of art at the University of
    California. She is highly acclaimed and has won numerous

    Owner’s Stateroom Aft Walls Port and Starboard: Two Self
    Portraits by Kurt Trompedach 1990 and 1994.
    Living and working in France, Mr. Trompedach is probably
    the most famous living Danish born artist In the
    portrait of the artist as a child, the Danish nursery
    rhyme (translated) is written: “Now I Lay Me Down To
    Sleep”. Images of a child’s nightmares are scattered

    Owner’s Stateroom: Central wall Forward: Abstract,
    Robert Baribeau, 1996.
    Baribeau is a very well known American abstractionist,
    and the winner of many awards.

    Owner’s Stateroom Forward Wall, Starboard: Self
    Portrait, Desmond Houghton. 1995
    This picture won the Tate Gallery (London) National
    Portraiture Competition, in the year it was painted.

    Owner’s Stateroom Forward Wall, Port: Untitled, Ian
    Green, 1996
    The central figure is a photograph. The subject is
    strange and compelling, albeit rather dark. The artist
    lives in San Francisco, South of Market St, in a
    dangerous neighborhood.

    Owner’s Dressing Room: Abstract, Kazuko Inoue. 1994.
    This is large work by Ms. Inoue, the same artist whose
    abstract is mounted in the Card Room. [In fairness to
    the artist, the owner confesses that her picture is
    mounted on its side in its present location].

    Gymnasium: Automobiles, Harold Cleworth. Various, early
    The artist is noted for his “super realist” oils of
    automobiles. These were commissioned by the owner of his
    favorite supercharged sports cars from his collection.

    Passage Cabin: “Witness---The Women and the Gun” Dick
    (Richard) Lethem, 1991
    Violent, but somehow humorous, The artist is relatively

    MALTESE FALCON represents a true break through in
    yachting with her unstayed carbon fiber rotating “Falcon
    Rig” and unique fully retractable sails on custom Perini
    built carbon fiber yards with the sails coming out of and
    disappearing into the carbon masts.

    MALTESE FALCON's hull was conceived by the Perini yard in
    1990 and then highly customized and totally
    remanufactured in 2004 to 2006 and delivered in mid 2006
    at the Perini yard in Istanbul, Turkey. Built by the
    finest craftsmen from Italy, Turkey, Germany, Holland,
    and England with equipment from the finest suppliers
    around the world, MALTESE FALCON is today the creme de la
    creme of yachting and the finest contemporary sailing
    yacht built.

    Because of MALTESE FALCON's beautiful contemporary design
    and construction she has been awarded numerous accolades,
    such as:

    2007 International SuperYacht Society - Best S/Y over 36
    2007 Showboats international Award - highest technical
    achievement in a sailing yacht
    2007 Showboats international Award - best sailing yacht
    2007 Showboats international Award - best sailing yacht
    over 40
    2007 Showboats international Award - most innovative
    sailing yachts
    2007 Boat International World SuperYacht Award - Sailing
    Yacht of the Year
    2007 Boat International World SuperYacht Award - Best
    Sailing Yacht 45m and above
    2007 Boat International World SuperYacht Award - Best
    Sailing Yacht Interior
    2006 Vela e Motore - Superyacht dell'anno 2006
    2006 Yacht Capital BMW Award

    The boat is totally set up to charter with everything you
    would need, from beach set ups, linen, service side, etc
    etc. and MALTESE FALCON has already established a great
    repeat clientele from chartering which helps offset part
    of the annual running costs. MALTESE FALCON is Cargo
    Ship registered and good to charter up to 12 guests,
    fully compliant to MCA/ISM Cayman Islands and is up to
    all ISM/MCA/ABS requirements.

    MALTESE FALCON has sailed 370 miles in a 24 hour passage;
    24.9 knots on a reach and has done an Atlantic passage
    under sail alone averaging nearly 12 knots and only used
    6000 liters of fuel.

    Small statue (Roman copy of the Greek Torso) on the
    writing room desk, and about 20 first edition books in
    the master cabin. Mini-sub on board

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