This Luxury Pilothouse Ketch was designed and built to the highest standards by the award winning Alloy Yachts International yard who have been credited with building some of the worlds best and biggest Super Yachts. S/V Pacific Eagle will give her new owner an opportunity to roam the worlds oceans in complete Safety, Comfort and Luxury. She is a New Zealand Registered Ship (Under full MSA survey)Lloyd's Qualification 100A1+ L. M. C. There was a major refit undertaken in 2002 updating all systems and further upgrade in 2013 and 2014. Her owner has commissioned and closely monitors the ongoing maintenance which continues to see this vessel presented in the absolute best possible condition. This special vessel has the inherent ability to cruise with safety and comfort to the four corners of the globe while maintaining an ease of handling that is usually only seen on much smaller yachts. With in-mast furling she presents with exceptional clean lines while motoring or at anchor. Ten knots under power ensures she maintains a good turn of speed when needed. With all hydraulically operated Stowaway Sails and Winches, the owner maintains he has never had a problem sailing this yacht on his own, cruising with additional limited crew only when necessary. Twin Helms on the aft deck combine with the state of the art internal Helm station give the opportunity for the skipper to choose his position depending on the point of sail, along with the prevailing conditions at the time. Below decks you are enveloped in luxury throughout the yacht. There are almost too many features aboard to fully describe here but as you will see from the images provided she would suit the most discerning buyer.
Previously held charters to world renowned events like the America's Cup have proven to be very beneficial financially, more than paying for her upkeep, so this is an option with ownership as well as providing a fabulous home on the water for the new owners. The owner says, The joy of owning Pacific Eagle is her ability to cruise anywhere in the world at 200 nautical miles per day with complete safety, designed for long term adventure cruising for a family who want to go to remote areas.
Contact Kris Niebling at 727-748-9117, or call the Gulf Coast Office at 727-822-5516 for more information.
Accommodation on this yacht allows for Owners stateroom, One spacious double guest cabin with full ensuite, One guest cabin with generous twin singles and full ensuite. Along with separate crew accommodation for four people. Moving forward from the cockpit through the double opening timber and glass doors and down two steps into the day saloon and bridge you immediately notice the attention to detail that you see throughout this exceptional yacht. Entry from the exterior entertaining area and helm stations is seamless due to the size of the opening being carried through to the internal space. Generous use of white leather on the lounges both here and further on in the main saloon give the feel of opulence along with genuine comfort. Once inside you will find seating for six on a curved settee around a fine timber table to port and another small settee for forward of the side opening ships door. This is duplicated to starboard although you have a navigation table and chart lockers forward of the side ships door. On center line and directly aft of the captains chair (seats three) is a cabinet complete with single S/S sink and Hot and Cold mixer. This could be used as an entertaining station while guests are aboard. The ship's helm and bridge layout is to die for with all systems within easy view and reach. Great vision around 360 degrees and excellent natural lighting make this the place to relax during the day. Venturing forward you enter the Piece de Resistance. The visual impact has to be seen to be believed. Two elegant large white leather lounges fill what would usually be an enormous space. They bring the size here, back to scale by forming two semi-circles either side with a wide passage between. Port side has a large dining table while to starboard their is a low coffee table. Mood lighting sets the scene for intimate dinner party's while generous ports and side windows let the natural light in during the daytime. As you enter the Saloon down the stairs directly to port is another well placed work station for computers and the like. Throughout the entire area lockers and cabinet's abound. As you progress forward from here you will enter the large U shaped Galley. The layout and equipment is more fully described below. On again toward the bow is the crews quarters featuring two cabins each with separate head, shower and vanity. One is a double berth and the other has two singles. A four person lounge with table completes the package. Aft of the main saloon down another curved set of stairs you enter the Guests accommodation and through to the owners stateroom. Firstly the Double cabin is to port with full ensuite and opposite here you have another cabin with two generous singles and another separate full ensuite. Both cabins are also tastefully appointed and have ample storage. Continue aft and you start to get to the business end with entry to the Master Stateroom on the centre line. The outstanding feature here is the large forward facing island bed. No expense has been spared when it came to furnishing throughout this yacht and this is evident here with the quality of fittings and furnishings well above the norm for a yacht this size. Another design feature is the addition of a large lounge and reading table. Moving into the equally well appointed Master Ensuite to starboard and forward we have the Jacuzzi, Shower, Vanity and Head. We will let the images describe this best. The carpet used below decks is of high quality and protective floor coverings (all carpets) are used. Numerous quantity of bed linen. ( Egyptian Cotton)
Equipment level in the U shaped Galley is second to none. Clean bench tops and work spaces give the impression of a high quality restaurant. Some of the extensive equipment includes, Gaggenau electric cooktop x 4 rings. Miele electric oven. Panasonic commercial microwave oven. Cooking fan/extractor. Jura Inpressa automatic coffee machine. U-Line 30 bottle wine chiller in saloon. Two x electric water cylinders @110 liters each. Hoover vacuum cleaner. Bosch stainless steel dishwasher. Bosch Condensation dryer. Bosch front loader washing machine. KitchenAid trash compactor. Black and Decker Toast-R-Oven/broiler. Silver service, white ware, glassware and monogrammed plastic ware. Large Refrigeration unit allows cold stores aplenty to be kept until the chef is ready to prepare. Complete rebuild x 2 water pumps and x 2 compressors. X 3 new dump valves x 2 controllers and updated control panels. Replaced all gas hoses and charged up with the latest model gas approx 50 hours ago. Two x U-Line Fridge/Ice Maker For Pilot House and Stateroom
Furuno 96 mile radar (with plotter)
Furuno navnet 65mile (with color radar and plotter)
2 x Furuno GP-31 GPS
Furuno colour depth sounder and fish finder
Furuno Weather fax
Datamarine depth finder
Datamarine boat speed/total distance recorder
Roberstson AP45 autopilot
Robertson FU9 hand steer interface
Raymarine wind gauges (with rear helm repeaters)
Sea 156 VHF radio
ICOM M502 VHF radio
Sea 222 SSB radio
ICOM –M802 NZ SSB radio
3 x ICOM hand held VHF radios (with permanent charging)
3 x Uniden hand held radios with head units
Blaupunkt CD player (with iPod station) with amp
Two outside speakers with there own amp.
Panasonic cell phone fixed
Raytheon raychart 611t chart plotter with flat screen monitor (repeats sky TV/DVD)
2 x Toshiba satellite laptop computers controller with MaxSea/Cmap software (1 Backup)
Navigation flat screen monitor with wireless keyboard controller
Brother colour /fax/copier/data/photo printer
Nera Mini-M satellite phone 4 lines (voice, PBX, Fax, Data)
Fiber optic alarm and status board.
3x mast mounted video cameras
Inmarsat C/GPS Trimble TNL7005 (with distress call)
Private PBX system
3 x Daewoo cordless phones in saloon, captain’s cabin and pilot house.
Gyro compass – Magnetic compass – Electric compass all connected to autopilot
Sony Shuttle X mainframe computer with flat screen monitor (sat email/data/internet capable/ landline when docked)
Cab11 telephone call monitor
Link 10 power monitor
Jabsco remote search light
2 x 245hp Gardener 6cyl diesel engines
2 X Northern Lights 22KVA each 1200rpm (Both John Deere motors completely rebuilt )
12 ft Aquapro with 15hp Yamaha (crew/work tender)
2 x 22kw Northern light generators
2 x invertors (110v Master volt )
1 x inverter (230v)
2 x battery chargers (100amp Master volt )
2 x battery chargers (30amp Master volt )
2 x Variable pitch hunested props (hydraulic controlled)
Bow thruster ( hydraulic )
2 x Koldwave A/C units (hot/cold)
12000 liters of diesel fuel
5000 liters of water
Matrix water maker. (Capacity 4 ltrs/
1x FM200 flood engine room fire system (Automatic or manual outside the engine room with alarms in the pilot house and hallway.)
10 x fire extinguishers
Marine fire indicator monitor
50 life jackets (new)
2x Seasava Plus x6 person each life rafts.( NZYF Cat1) one new
Automatic Dan Buoy
Kannad 406 EPIRB
START radar transponder
2 x Life rings with lights (NZYF Cat1)
2 X Grab containers with All current Flares
Water Sports Tender 1 15ft Caribe Rib. 8 person.
75 hp Etec Evinrude.
Tender 2 12ft Rib 7 person
15hp Yamaha Dive Compressor: Baur.
6 dive tanks.4 BCD's/Regulators etc.
2 Ocean Kayaks (2 seater each).
Water Skis / Body boards / pull-behind toys etc.
Sun bathing deck mats.
Fold down boarding platform for swimming access plus B.B.Q.
2 x Gardener 6LY Main Engines 7400 hours each.
2 x Northern Lights 22KVA each 1200 rpm. Automatic load shearing. Both John Deere motors where completely rebuilt with pistons, liners, heads, heat exchangers etc. 4500 hours ago.
Both motors had a complete rebuild of the injector pumps with upgraded parts plus new injectors 250 hours ago.
All 4 engines had new starting batteries 1 year ago.
Refrigeration – Complete rebuild x 2 water pumps and x 2 compressors. x 3 new dump valves x 2 controllers and updated control panels. Replaced all gas hoses and charged up with the latest model gas. 250 hours ago.
Hydraulic pump for sails – props – transom door. New brushes fitted to the motor and pump tested. 250 hours ago.
Variable pitch props and drive shafts removed stripped , checked. Replaced the 2 forward cutless bearings. 470 hours ago.
Rudder – Removed, new pintle bearing fitted at the base. New packing in the shaft gland. Wagner steering box had it’s grease changed and painted 2 pot white. 470 hours ago.
All sea cocks removed cleaned and checked by surveyor. 1 replaced. 470 hours ago.
New NN3D/Maxsea TimeZero Jeppesen mega Wide Vector Chart – New Zealand – Australia – South Pacific updated and fitted plus MaxSea Time Zero Navigator Software 09/2012
New Furuno AIS system with new Furuno compass to match and fully reregistered to the ship 06/12
Canopy and clear views over outside tables replaced 01/12
New cover to fit new tender made 01/12
Spinnaker/lifting pole painted and new attaching jaw fitted
Coffee machine completely serviced with new grinder and water valves fitted 09/2012
New KVH TracVision M3 Linear Sat TV Antenna System with Multi-Service Controller (linear) 09/12
New cushions for pilot house and outside coved seating 09/12
Water maker overhauled and 4 new complete membranes with inners and outers replaced plus pipe work 01/13
New Port hot water cylinder and fittings replaced 01/11
New (starboard side) 6 man RFD life raft replaced 01/11
Stability Book completed to meet Maritime New Zealand regulations 09/12
All below the water line was sanded back and a 2 pot flaring compound was applied then 2 coats of anti-fouling black paint applied 01/11
All under water anodes where replaced 01/11
Prop Speed Protection was applied to the propellers and water intake grills 01/11
The two circuit boards controlling all the hydraulics where completely rebuilt 12/13
New Ericsson WiFi system fitted 01/14
Replaced hydraulic lines that operate the transom doors 02/14
The halyard swivels for the Leader and Yankee head sails rebuilt with new bearings and races; the two halyard ropes replaced 04/14
All teak cap a hand rails, the two inside pilot house tables and some window frames taken back to wood and re-varnished 04/14