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Bad Girl is a 186.02ft /56.7m motor yacht, launched in 1992 by Brooke Marine. Previously named Chamar, her impressive interior is by Luigi Sturchio, and her exterior styling is by Don Shead Yacht Design.
Bad Girl’s interior layout sleeps up to 12 guests in 7 rooms, including a master suite, 3 double cabins and 3 twin cabins. She is also capable of carrying up to 15 crew onboard to ensure a relaxed luxury yacht experience.
BAD GIRL (formerly CHAMAR) is a luxury yacht built by the respected builders Brooke Yachts UK, measuring 56.7m (186 feet) in length, and accommodating up to 12 guests in 6 beautiful staterooms. Her interior design is by Luigi Sturchio and her exterior design by Don Shead.
BAD GIRL’s distinctive design combines modern and classic elegance, with outstanding performance to ensure a truly extraordinary cruising experience.
She has a nicely decorated interior, with cream carpets, beautiful high gloss mahogany cabinets and paneling throughout, with quality soft furnishings and interesting artwork. The main salon provides the yacht’s formal reception area with a bar and card table forward, balanced by four seating quadrants each focusing on a beautiful solid oak octagonal coffee table. BAD GIRL also has an impressive dining room with tables that can extend to seat sixteen guests and stunning sea views from full length windows. Forward and above the main salon, stairs rise to an observation lounge, which can be transformed into a cinema.
There are vast amounts of deck space, well laid out for a variety of outlooks on three levels. There is a nicely laid out area aft of the main for alfresco drinks and dining, while the upper deck is ideal for large-scale dining with 2 tables that can join together for grander entertaining.
Master cabin with his and her bathrooms, gym with sauna, and a private office. Two VIP double cabins with ensuite bathrooms, 3 twin cabins with ensuite bathrooms and 2 pullman berths in each cabin, and one small double cabin with shower ensuite. The master suite on the main deck has his and her bathrooms, an owner’s study, and a gym and sauna. This entire area can also be partitioned off from the main body of the yacht in several different styles to provide increased or lesser levels of privacy and intimacy.
Each cabin is well appointed and offers the ideal place to rest after a long day of exploration.
You’ll find an array of leisure and entertainment facilities onboard, making her ideal for entertaining friends and family on your charter vacation. There’s lots of space for enjoying an alfresco lunch or dinner on deck, or simply lounging in the sunshine and working on your tan.
Bad Girl is built to comply to MCA and Lloyds Register standards. She has a cruising speed of 15 knots, and a maximum speed of 25 knots, offering an ideal mixture of performance and style.
This impressive yacht comes complete with a modern stabilization system to reduce roll motion even during rough seas, and the yacht also has ‘at anchor stabilizers’ to keep things smooth even at anchor/zero speed.
A jacuzzi on deck is just perfect for relaxing with friends and family, while taking in the breath-taking scenery after a long day of exploration.
Wi-Fi connection is available throughout, so you’ll be able to stay connected while you’re away, great for business,
Name: “BAD GIRL”
Main Engines & Exhausts:
Engines rebuilt in 2013
The yacht is provided with three (3) main diesel engines.
The yacht shaft lines are provided with reverse reduction gears. The gears were externally visually examined.
There are three (3) KaMeWa water jets as part of the yacht’s original machinery outfitting. The following are main details:
The vessel is fitted with active fin stabilization. Fin actuators are located in watertight compartments easily accessible from the tank deck via hinged watertight hatches.
The yacht is fitted with an oil water separator in the engine room forward starboard:
Fuel Filling & Transfer Systems:
The yacht is fitted with a fuel (diesel or marine gas oil “MGO”) filing and transfer system, as well as a fuel service system. The fuel filling and transfer system accepts fuel from the bunker fueling stations, port and starboard main deck bulwark, just aft of mid ships. The fuel enters the fill stations passing through a Tokico fuel meter to the distribution manifold located in the forward engine room port side. From there it can be disbursed to tanks No.1-No.7. Fuel tanks No.8 and No.9 respectively need to be filled and transferred via independent pumps through tanks No1. and No.4 respectively. The generators are provided fuel via a small service tank with independent transfer pump that starts automatically when the generators start. The principal equipment of the fuel oil system was visually examined and includes:
Fuel Service System
The yacht is equipped with two (2) reverse osmosis freshwater maker units. The units were visually examined but were not in use as the yacht was in port. Principal details of the water makers include:
Each unit has an independent sea suction, low-pressure supply pump and high-pressure membrane pump. Supply water from sea chest flows through a series of media filters prior to the membranes. Discharge from the water makers is to the forward holding tanks. Additionally, the tanks can be filled by two fill locations and one fill location through a water softener.
Air Conditioning and Ventilation:
AC system rebuilt in 2021
The yacht is provided with air conditioned / heated accommodation, service and technical spaces. The system is based on the chilled water fan coil principle, with main air handlers treating the re-circulated and fresh intake air to meet the design performance specifications. The components were visually examined as accessible, seen in use in the air conditioning mode, and found satisfactory. Principal details include:
Fan Coil Units
There are multiple air handler units for heat exchange / air treatment. These units are located throughout the vessel to provide effective cooling and heating. Heating is provided by a two-stage electric heater the re heats the chilled water total heating capacity 72kw.
Ventilation - Mechanical Supply & Exhaust
Mechanical supply and exhaust ventilation is provided in locations where heat is generated by the operation of equipment and appliances, or air exchange is otherwise desired. Extraction ventilation is provided for otherwise air-conditioned spaces in order to provide for fresh air exchange. Ventilation systems are provided for the following:
Exhaust fans serving engine control room, galley laundry dryers, technical spaces, bow thruster room, Forepeak, accommodation spaces.
New Atlas in 2013
The yacht is provided with two (2) main diesel generator sets for normal service, and one (1) emergency diesel generator set for the tender crane. Shore power connection is provided via 1 x shore cable.
The yacht is provided with a variety of safety equipment and arrangement, consistent with LR classification and Bermuda flag administration requirements. The yacht is certified for the carriage of up to 12 passengers and 16 crew.
The below listed safety equipment and arrangements were visually examined, tested as considered appropriate and found satisfactory. Items requiring annual or biennial service were being serviced at the time of the examinations. Related regulatory and service certificates were sighted and found in good order.
Life Saving Appliances
Other firefighting equipment / arrangements include:
Black Water (Sewage) System:
The yacht is fitted with a vacuum type black water drain system for guest accommodations and vacuum heads for crew. The system was seen in use and where accessible, visually examined. Principal details of the black water drain system include:
Refrigeration / Provision Cooling:
The yacht is provided with mechanical refrigeration system for provision cooling and storage. The principal details include:
Refrigeration Cooling Plant
Cold rooms are stainless steel lined with lighting, air circulation fans and heat strips on the doors. Doors are heavily fabricated with good latches. Cold room and freezer are forward of the crew accommodations deck.
Ground Tackle & Mooring Equipment:
The yacht is provided with ground tackle and mooring equipment. It was visually examined at this time and found satisfactory. The main details are as follows:
Anchors, Windlasses & Chains
The yacht is equipped with two (2) semi balanced HHP anchors that stow flush in recessed pockets with stainless steel striker plates.
Mooring Equipment & Fittings:
The yacht is equipped with various gear for mooring the vessel.
Foredeck Rescue Boat Crane:
On the foredeck centerline with base to starboard there is a hydraulic crane. hatch with contains the rescue boat crane controls. The hatch and crane operation are interlocked. The unit can be run off the main and emergency generator.
Bad Girl has been inactive for about 6 years, two years in Mobile, Alabama and four years in Cap Cana, Dominica Republic, all the while being maintained by a small crew. The estate has been settled and Bad Girl is ready to be sold.
ABS layup surveys were completed as required by ABS, the most recent was in June of 2021. An insurance survey was completed in 2019 and a bottom survey was completed in June of 2021.
The entire AC system was rebuilt in 2021. The engines were recently surveyed by an MTU technician. All recommended services are being scheduled. The Harmon waste system has had major upgrades in 2021.
The amazing crew has been fastidious about maintaining the interior woodwork and teak to a very high standard.
$5,400,000 is a low asking price for Bad Girl. The owners know that it is time to sell. After a yard period, Bad Girl will offer the new owner years of amazing adventures at a fraction of the price of similar yachts.