NEW CONSTRUCTION PROJECT PHOTOS SHOWN ARE OF SISTERSHIP
The INACE YACHTS 111’ LONG RANGE Yacht Explorer has the heart and soul of the proven INACE YACHTS EXPLORER VESSELS. Essentially she is a world cruising ship dressed in Yacht Attire. She is designed to have a “yacht” feel with the efficiencies and reliability of the aft house explorer vessels.
She incorporates a number of features usually only found in much larger yachts. As an example a full beam owner’s suite with separate foyer that includes not only a coffee station but an owner’s washer and dryer. There is a five guest cabin layout. This includes 4 cabins on the lower deck, 2 queen cabins and 2 with double single lower berths and Pullman berths, all include generous ensuite heads with large showers. Another large yacht feature, there is a direct service corridor from the lower crew’s quarters to the guest cabins and from the upper crew area to the master cabin, allowing for full service of guest and owners cabins without intruding into areas that are in use.
The crew’s quarters are excellent, in this configuration there are 3 crew cabins all with ensuite heads and showers for a maximum of 6 crew, 5 crew should be more then adequate for this vessel. The captain’s cabin is located behind the wheelhouse.
The heart and sole of the vessel is the engine room, where there has been no compromise in keeping the vessel to her heritage. All equipment is selected for reliability and ease of service, the arrangement and structure being pulled directly from the proven world cruising vessels that INACE YACHTS has built.
There is also an option for a 114' version with larger aft deck.
John DeCaro +1 954-646-1411
Main Engines: 2 x Caterpillar model C18 Electronic, A rated 450 BHP@1800 RPM with deep sump oil pan 24V elect start
Steel for the hull plating, main deck and raised foredeck and all other plating throughout the vessel associated with the immediate hull and main deck frames, webs and flanges will be steel. Hull longitudinal framing and other steel extrusions shall be Grade A steel.
Aluminum alloy for the Superstructure:
2.1. Plate: 5083-H 116. Specified for marine use.
2.2. Extrusions:5086-H111 and 6061-T6 to be used as specified on the plans
Aluminum alloy castings are to be avoided, but where needed: 356-T6.
TRICLAD® material will be used to weld steel to aluminum. The proper grade of TRICLAD® material shall be selected to match the steel and aluminum being welded.
Stainless steel shall be 304, 316 or 316L, SAP 2205, Inconell 235, 234, 625 and 25-6M0 or CuNi 90/10 depending on application, except where otherwise specified.
Bronze or approved CPVC fittings - fittings of dissimilar materials attached to aluminum shall be insulated gaskets shall extend 3mm beyond fittings.
The shell plating shall have flush welded buffs and seams using two sided welds. Hull plating welds shall be ground flush on the outside as much as allowed by ABS. Distortion of bare steel plating after being fully welded shall not exceed 4mm in any direction between frames by using a three (3) meter batten.
IN GENERAL, the following sizes and thickness shall be used in the hull construction:
3/4" x 10" full length
3/4" x 10"
sides 5/16", cross section 5/16", bottom ½", Depth 6"
107.05 BOTTOM PLATING
5/16" plate, up to the chine
107.06 SIDE, TRANSOM PLATING
107.07 MAIN DECK PLATING
107.08 BULKHEAD PLATING
1/4" plate and 3/16" where Corrugated
BULKHEADS – WATERTIGHT COMPARTMENTS
Watertight, oil-tight and structural bulkheads are to be welded and of scantlings as indicated.
2. Fresh Water Tanks
3. Bow thruster Compartment
4. Guest Stateroom Compartment
5. Master stateroom Compartment
6. Fuel Oil Tanks
7. Engine Room
8. Steering Gear Compartment
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33316