NEW 23.90M EXTREME EXPLORATION PASSAGE MAKER  

Price
US $2,000,000 Need Finance?
Length
78' 5" - 23.90m
Usage
Cruising
Location
Turkey or Greece (delivery place)
Model Year
2020
Hull Material
Aluminium

Price
US $2,000,000    Need Finance?
Description: 23.90m Extreme Exploration Passage Maker
The eXtreme eXploration Passage Maker is designed by the NAVAL Studio in conjunction with Dennis Harjaama / Artnautica NZ. Full Speed Diesel Model: 14,00 Knots, Cruising Speed : 12,00 Knots. Electric Engines: 1x120 HP Gardner Diesel. Marine Grade Aluminum. Physical appearance being long and low in the water with low house and superstructure above decks. The UN Yacht: unpainted aluminum, no stainless, no wood, no extras. Blend in at a local working port or commercial fishing harbor and not fit so well in marinas Strong Industrial/commercial quasi-military "vibe" partly by a design that is long, low, lean and mean" and partly through the use of very high functionality very low maintenance exterior items such as all unpainted aluminum hull and superstructure, beefy aluminum rub rails and booms and other functional "all business" meant to be used features reminiscent of modern pilot boats, tug boats and commercial fish boats than a "yacht". Starkly contrasting the "lean & mean" exterior, the interior will have an extremely high craftsman level fit and finish of all cabinetry and interior surfaces. Strategically "over built and over engineered" in the just right places with high redundancy of all critical systems.

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Region
Asia
Location
Turkey or Greece (delivery place)
Reference
3347
Model Year
2020
Designer
NAVAL Studio. Exterior Styling: Dennis Harjaama / Artnautica NZ
Length
78' 5" - 23.90m
Beam
4.15m (13ft 7in)m
Draft
1.34m (4ft 4in)m
Displacement
45,00 Tons T
Hull Material
Aluminium
Engine Make
Gardner
Number Engines
1
Horse Power
120 Hp
Fuel Type
Diesel
Max Speed
14,00 Knots
Cruise Speed
12,00 Knots
Remarks
FEATURES
LONG
Length; maximum LWL for hull efficiency & speed
Days, high mileage per 24hr day, averaging 240-260 nm days in typical passage conditions
Range, minimum 6000nm @ 10kts range in typical open ocean conditions
Anchorage times, measured in weeks and months not days.
Forepeak for storage only
Engine room with workshop, all aft

LEAN
Beam with wave piercing style bow for maximum "silent and slippery" wave piercing and minimal wave/wake making.
Green energy wise in all regards, propulsion, electrical, maintenance
Remember the 99% Rule: Designed for just the 2 of us 99% of the time

LOW
Physical appearance being long and low in the water with low house and superstructure above decks.
Air draft for as many options of canals, locks, lower bridges
Maintenance Unpainted exterior, minimum stainless
Costs to maintain and operate
Dependencies ashore, maximize self sufficiency
D/L ratio, low displacement to find the "Goldilocks" just right balance of having enough displacement for maximum sea kindliness and yet minimum mass to drive through the water
Height, no double stacked living spaces
Shoal draft less than 1.5m (5 feet) for exploring the shallows
Fly bridge "lite" on roof of cabin with full upper helm station

LIGHT & LITE:
Visual appearance on the water, long, low, lean and mean.
Displacement by saving weight where possible and spending where wise.
Bright everywhere inside, 360-degree light & views in SuperSalon
Open plan galley & salon

LONGEVITY:
Value
Service intervals
Equipment, engine, propulsion, systems
Max fuel capacity for longest range and time between fills

LOOKS:
Matching her/our purpose and mission.
The UN Yacht: unpainted aluminum, no stainless, no wood, no extras.
Blend in at a local working port or commercial fishing harbor and not fit so well in marinas
Strong Industrial/commercial quasi-military "vibe" partly by a design that is long, low, lean and mean" and partly through the use of very high functionality very low maintenance exterior items such as all unpainted aluminum hull and superstructure, beefy aluminum rub rails and booms and other functional "all business" meant to be used features reminiscent of modern pilot boats, tug boats and commercial fish boats than a "yacht".
Starkly contrasting the "lean & mean" exterior, the interior will have an extremely high craftsman level fit and finish of all cabinetry and interior surfaces

ECONOMICAL
Economic to build: Maximized use of 3D CAD modeling, CAM and CNC for all construction, exterior and interior materials (aluminum, wood, fabrics, etc.
Economic to maintain; Careful selection of materials, equipment and installation to minimize maintenance and failures.
Economic to operate: Maximum efficiency throughout.
Minimize size of interior with maximum comfort for 2/4/6/8; Live 2, sleep 4, eat six, entertain 8
2 cabins, 2 heads
Down Up Down design; Raised center house with 360 degrees of glass and cabins down below deck level on each end
Maximum solar output

EFFICIENT
in all regards; hull, engine, propulsion, electrical as well efficiency in use.
Maximum solar panel re-charge ability, sufficient to eliminate need for genset
Low rpm ultra-efficient and robust diesel main engine,
No generator
Battery based boat, maximum size 24v house bank, all loads 240v AC off battery/inverters

SAFE
On passage first and anchor second.
Integral tanks below WL for maximum fuel and counterbalancing water.
Self-righting; Maximum positive stability to "survive and thrive" a capsize. All our past boats were sailboats which are inherently self-righting, and we were not willing to give this up with this transition to voyaging under power.
Unappealing and menacing to others on the outside
Inviting and alluring on the inside

STRONG
Like the Timex watch commercial "take a licking and keep on ticking" self-righting and able to have an inevitable grounding and keep going, no haul out required
Strategically "over built and over engineered" in the just right places with high redundancy of all critical systems
Thrive not just survive
Watertight "crash" bow compartment at front of forepeak

COMFORTABLE
At sea first and foremost, in all weather conditions. Passive stabilization with active designed into hull but not installed at launch.
At anchor, great ventilation in all conditions, flopper stoppers, great seating, lots of light, spacious outdoor areas
"Thermos" hull; Cool in hot climates, warm in cold climates.
QUIET: weather, mechanical systems, humans, insulation, vibration.

SELLER DETAILS
Broker / Dealer
SeaBoats
Telephone
Fax
64 3 337 6259
Address
PO Box 6261
City
North Sydney
State
NSW
Country
Australia
Website


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