|Magnificent Dutch built motor yacht maintained in impeccable condition to Lloyd 100A1 by a full time, professional captain.
Twin economical Gardiner's give the vessel a range of 3400 nautical miles at 9 knots. Vosper stabilisers make it an arm chair ride. A large capacity water maker and vast fuel tanks ensure total independence on an extended cruise. Five cabins offer comfortable accommodation for six guests plus crew.
Deck areas to entertain up to 30 guests comfortably for the day.
The elegance and timelessness of this classic vessel combined with excellent sea keeping abilities, make "Sirdar" a proper 'little ship'. Launched 1965, major refit and upgrade 2004.
||75' 6" - 23.00m|
||New South Wales|
||G. De Vries Lentsch Jnr|
||De Vries Lentsch, Holland|
||Teak over steel|
||Twin Gardiner 6L3B, 170hp each.
Cruise speed 9.2 knots at 900rpm.
consumption 24 lph total !!
||10,000 just run in !|
||Full stand up "little" ship engine room with all machinery and ancillary equipment easily accessible. It is truly immaculate and certainly one of the most impressive parts of these ship.
Voice pipe to Pilothouse.
||Two 16KVA Onan|
||11250 liters in six steel tanks|
||3150 in one tank aft|
||3.6m Zodiac with 25hp outboard|
||Full covers throughout the vessel|
||Four plus aft deck to two 150l grey water tanks|
||Four electric vaccuflush to 40 gallon holding tank|
||Going aft from the main saloon you have the master stateroom with ensuite, leather buttoned settee and full sized desk. Twin guest aft with ensuite. Twin Going forward from the wheelhouse you have a double captains cabin to port, a single engineer/chef cabin to starboard and a large four berth guest cabin forward. These three cabins are serviced by two bathrooms.|
||Full professional chefs galley on deck level. Great cross ventilation and ample storage. All surfaces finished in high grade stainless steel.
Washer and dryer.
Fisher and Paykel dishwasher
Panasonic Genius microwave
Four burner Brandt induction hob
Double Smeg oven.
||220 volt Dual Fridge and freezer in galley. Wine cooler in saloon.|
||Twin Bower 95 kg anchors, port chain 85m, starboard 132m. 14mm chain.
Ideal 220 volt windlass.
||240 volt fire pump
manual bilge pump
Fire extinguishers throughout.
Manual CO2 engine room suppression system accessed from deck outside galley.
six man life raft in service
||Fully air conditioned. Five plants. Cruiseair.
Shore power accepts 110,220 and 380 volt inputs to isolation transformer.
CAPAC cathodic protection
Sacrifical anodes as necessary to run parallel with the CAPAC system.
41 gph Spectra water maker (Presently decommissioned)
Blu Ray detector system
48 volt Side power bow thruster.
Panasonic intercom system.
Air horn and search light.
2.5 KW inverter.
Five battery banks ( two main engine, two genset and house)
Raymarine Plotter E120 with three camera input.
Furuno 48 mile radar
Furuno colour sounder, B&G sounder
Furuno SSB Radio
Saturn Satellite phone
Raytheon ST60 wind system
||Twin davits on upper deck.
Warping capstan on aft deck.
Full clears around aft deck and side doors make the aft section fully enclosed and be heated or cooled as necessary.
Full Admirals side boarding ladder with swim platform and swim ladder.
Shore side boarding steps.
BBQ on upper deck.
||During 2004 the vessel had a $500,000 upgrade at Gold coast city marina. Which included, a full respray, new davits, new hawser leads, new teak decks, new 24/48 volt bow thruster, engines stripped down and rebuilt, anchors removed and chain re-galvanised. New 'toy' deck above aft lower deck dining external dining area. During this period the full Lloyds 100A1 survey was also undertaken. This included drawing both shafts and checking both propellors.
Lloyds 100A1 survey completed October 2013.
Main painting in the saloon is excluded, all other artwork and plaques are included.
Custom linen, Royal Dolton crockery and glassware included.
Clock and barometer in pilothouse.