Explorer Motoryacht 59 M
Price on request
Steel hull & superstructure
She is a 59m expedition yacht built by Amels in 1974, with refits in 1999 and 2009.
Originally a pilot vessel for the Dutch Navy, she was converted into a superyacht by Vosper Thornycroft in England in 1999, at which time a helicopter deck and hangar were also added.
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ECONOMICAL 8.5 knots max 2m3/24hrs 10,000nm 100%
CRUISING 11 knots max 4m3/24hrs 6,500nm 100%
MAXIMUM 13.5 knots max 6m3/24hrs not recommended 100%
ACCOMMODATION 10 x Guests in 5 cabins
1 x Master; 1 x VIP; 2 x Double; 1 x Twin
CREW 19 x Crew
FUEL 113,000 litres /29,851 US gallons
HELI FUEL 5,000 litres /1,320 US gallons
FRESH WATER 40,000 litres /10,566 US gallons
WATER MAKER 30,000 litres /2,975 US gallons per day
LUBE OIL 1,690 litres /446.5 US gallons
WASTE OIL 5,700litres / 1,506 US gallons
WASTEWATER 7,800litres / 2,060.5 US gallons
BALLAST WATER 9,220/ 2,355.6 US gallons (trim tanks)
· Aft Saloon · Dining Room
· Sauna · Fitness Room
· Massage Room · Aft Dec k seating area
· Upper Deck Solarium/ Sun Room · Upper Aft Deck Sun Terrace
· Sun/Observation Deck
DIESEL ELECTRIC ENGINE DETAILS
3 (three) 430kW Deutz engines which drive 3 DC generators which provide power for 1 (one) 816kW MPM (Main Propulsion Motor), they also provide power for the forward DC windlass and the bow thruster.
These engines also drive 3 AC generators which provide the 380v 3 phase and 220v single phase power through all the other systems on board.
In addition there are 2 x harbour generators which provide AC power for the vessel either at anchor or alongside for quieter more efficient generation when the MPM or other DC powered units are not required.
One of the major benefits of a diesel electric system is that the engines/power units do not need to be positioned aft but theoretically anywhere as all one needs is some wiring to go back to the propulsion motor which is situated way aft with a short and much quieter shaft than one which has a long run through the vessel.