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MARBELLA II

Basic Information

Price: $3,195,000 USD
Recently Reduced
Builder: NORTHCOAST YACHTS.
Category: Motor Yacht, Raised Pilothouse, .
Model: Flybridge
Model Year: 1999
Year Built: 1999
Year Refit: 2013
Vessel Top: Hardtop

Whit Kirtland CPYB
Cell Phone: 305-793-5886
Phone: 954-377-3900
Email: whit@bradford-marine.com

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Bradford Marine Yacht Sales
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Email: sales@bradford-marine.com
Fax: 954-377-3901

Dimensions

LOA: 115' 0 (35.05)
Beam: 24' 8 (7.52)
Min Draft: 5' 8 (1.73)
Max Draft: 6' 4 (1.93)

Speed, Capacities and Weight

Cruise Speed: 12
Cruise Speed Range: 2000
Max Speed: 17 Knots
Gross Tonnage: 237
Water Capacity: 800gal (3028ltr)
Holding Tank: 2000gal (7571ltr)
Fuel Capacity: 8200gal (31040ltr)

Accommodations

Total Cabins: 4
Sleeps: 8
Total Heads: 5
Captain Quarters: True
Crew Berths: 5

Hull and Deck Information

Hull Material: Fiberglass
Deck Material: Teak and Fiberglass
Hull Configuration: Modified V-Hull
Hull Designer: Jack Sarin
Interior Designer: Paturzo Yacht Design

Engine Information

Manufacturer: Caterpillar
Model: 3412
Engine Count: 2
Fuel Type: Diesel
Horsepower Engine 1: 1350
Horsepower Engine 2: 1350

Location of Vessel

Fort Lauderdale, Florida United States

 

Description

115′ Northcoast Motor Yacht MARBELLA II 115′ Northcoast Motor Yacht, MARBELLA II is a strong, Seattle-built vessel with contemporary lines and virtually new Paturzo Yacht Design interior. The entire vessel has undergone continuous upgrading over the past three years and is in excellent condition today. She is well equipped with reliable and economical CAT 3412’s that were completely rebuilt in […]

115′ Northcoast Motor Yacht MARBELLA II

115′ Northcoast Motor Yacht, MARBELLA II is a strong, Seattle-built vessel with contemporary lines and virtually new Paturzo Yacht Design interior. The entire vessel has undergone continuous upgrading over the past three years and is in excellent condition today. She is well equipped with reliable and economical CAT 3412's that were completely rebuilt in 2012 and now have less than 650 hours on them.

In 2013-14 she received completely new light cherry cabinetry in all four staterooms, upper and lower foyers, pilothouse and the galley. In addition, any other woodwork that was not replaced was either refinished or reconditioned creating an attractive casually-sophisticated look.

A new 20 ton MarineAire chiller bank using soft-start scroll compressors replaced the original 15 ton unit and all 14 air handlers were either replaced or renewed.

Also during the most recent upgrade, new dimmable LED lighting was installed throughout the interior. In addition, all the furniture was replaced along with new carpeting, new marble flooring, new doors, new wall coverings and artwork. At the same time all soft goods were replaced. Additionally, the hot tub was replaced and a new teak deck was laid under the covered section of the flybridge. All exterior cushions, tables and weather covers were replaced from bow to stern.

Marbella II is ready to cruise today right down to the linens in the cabinets, wine in the coolers and current charts in the pilothouse!

 

Vessel Walkthrough

Boarding Marbella II is from her midship starboard or port watertight doors. The floor is made of light Carrera marble with an inlaid dark Emperador marble border. Proceeding aft, you will enter the dedicated formal dining area with a heavy glass rectangular table seating eight comfortably. Above the dining table is a high gloss cherry soffit housing a decorative light fixture. To port and starboard are plateware and accessory cabinets with black granite counter tops. There is additional storage for flatware, silver and stemware in gloss cherry cabinetry between the dining area and the salon. The forward wall in the dining area is also finished in high gloss cherry with two molded columns framing a large original art piece.

Continuing toward the main salon from the dining area you will find a large L-shaped bar on the aft-starboard side with two wine-colored swivel bar stools. The bar top is made of black granite and a wooden stemware rack hangs from the soffit above. A mirrored liquor display cabinet is built in along the aft wall next to the bar and will easily store 20-25 bottles or extra glassware. Equipment behind the bar consists of a 24-bottle wine chiller, an ice maker and a separate undercounter beverage refrigerator. All expected bar top blenders, mixers and accessories are present as well a small Keurig coffee maker.

Across from the bar is a comfortable seating area featuring an 8′ custom upholstered couch along the port wall with a large matching chair to aft and a pair of designer lounge chairs forward. The seating is arranged around a contemporarily styled dark wenge wood cocktail table. Two additional occasional chairs are forward of the main seating area and can easily be brought back to join the main seating as needed. At the foremost section of the salon is a custom, cherry cabinet which houses the 50″ LG flat screen TV on an electric lift. The wood treatments in the main salon are a combination of high gloss cherry with satin finished window surrounds and crown molding above. Forward of the bar to starboard is a 28-bottle red wine storage rack on a motorized lift topped with black granite. There is additional stemware storage on either side of the wine rack inside the cherry cabinetry.

Continuing aft from the salon, double stainless steel sliding doors with tinted glass open to the aft deck. Immediately, you will notice the 9′ high gloss teak and mahogany-inlaid dining table and the large built-in upholstered bench seat beyond along the upper transom. There is additional seating in 4 large chairs with separate cushions. This table easily accommodates 8 or more guests. Ample dimmable lighting and stereo speakers overhead make this an ideal dining setting.

Access to the flybridge and boat deck above is via a stainless steel and teak ladder from the aft deck. Proceeding up the ladder, a 14′ Novurania RIB with 60 hp Yamaha sits aft and a 2500 lb. davit is across to port. Just forward of the Novurania are a freestanding 7′ synthetic rattan couch and a matching side chair with upholstered cushions. These pieces face a circular 6-7 person hot tub with a canvas cover. Further to port is a full-size Fisher-Paykell DCS propane barbeque and rotisserie, also with full cover.

Forward to starboard and up one step is a large L-shaped cushioned seating area for 4-6 guests around two custom teak and inlaid mahogany tables on polished stainless steel stanchions. Four additional freestanding teak side chairs with cushions provide seating for up to 10 around the tables. Directly across to port is the upper deck entertainment bar with four custom-made polished stainless steel fixed bar stools with upholstered seats. Behind the bar are a beverage refrigerator, ice maker, and bar sink with hot/cold water.

The noticeably large flybridge is a popular area that functions as both a navigation/steering station and a large entertainment area. The helm station is centerline forward with steering, navigation, radar, autopilot and engine controls. Seating consists of twin Crown helm seats on polished stainless pedestals for the captain and an observer to starboard. To port and starboard are wing stations with controls for engines, steering and the bow thruster.  A polished stainless steel windshield frame adds a look of substance to the entire area.

Walking down through the port side sliding hatch into the pilothouse, the lower helm station is centerline with a large Captain's chart table and computer work station, both to port. Aft and to starboard is a raised seating area for 4-6 with a granite table. Two large file drawers are below the table platform for ship's record storage. At the leather-upholstered helm station there is an extensive electronics package including dual Furuno Radars and chart plotters as well as NobelTec and Simrad navigation and plotting systems. There are broad sightlines, and excellent visibility from the expansive forward and side windows. Between the settee and the stairs up to the bridge deck is an enclosed cabinet housing a convenient printer for the nearby ship's computer station.

Leaving the pilot house and continuing down the curved stairs to starboard, you re-enter the main foyer and then proceed forward to the full-beam country galley. This very inviting area is equipped with a large Sub Zero side-by-side refrigerator and freezer against the aft bulkhead, with a KitchenAid induction cooking range, a conventional oven below and a GE microwave to port. Against the port wall is a double stainless steel sink with disposal. Extending from the port wall toward the starboard is a large marble counter almost 12′ long with a custom stemware rack above and a KitchenAid dishwasher and storage below. This counter doubles as both a breakfast bar seating 3 on upholstered stools and as a useful space for the chef to plate meals for a large number of guests. All the way forward in the galley is a raised U-shaped dinette that comfortably seats 8 at a pair of matching high gloss teak and mahogany inlaid tables. The forward bulkhead holds a 38” LCD flat screen TV with mirrored panels to port and starboard. Just forward to port of the main counter, is an under counter 24-bottle wine cooler with a large butcher block cutting board on top. Abundant overhead lighting and large windows make the galley one of the most convivial areas of vessel.

Proceeding forward from the galley and to starboard is a private stairwell leading down to the VIP stateroom. A cedar-lined closet is to starboard with a raised queen berth and padded headboard centerline beyond. There is custom-fitted light cherry cabinetry along both sides of the room containing ample drawer storage while overhead, the ceiling is raised and trimmed in light cherry. A 15″ Vizio flat screen TV mounted on an adjustable swing arm is on the starboard aft bulkhead for easy viewing. The ensuite head is aft to port, and features contrasting shades of Emperador marble in the very large shower with a high volume “Rain” style showerhead.  A tempered glass door and adjoining glass partition separate the shower from the rest of the head area. The Emperador marble theme is carried on to the floor and the vanity tops. There are his and her dual designer series sinks with polished brass and chrome faucets and full width mirrored medicine cabinets with substantial shelving space for cosmetics and toiletries. Finally, portholes on either side of the stateroom enhance the area with natural light.

Proceeding aft from the galley on the main deck, a private stairway leads down to the master stateroom and two additional guest cabins. Walking down the lighted carpeted stairs, one enters the lower foyer with a coffered ceiling and elegant decorative light fixture. The floor is polished marble in the same Emperador Dark and contrasting Emperador Light theme found throughout the boat. The cherry wood panelized wall facing the staircase holds a pair of large matching art pieces and hide a stacked Miele washer-dryer set for easy access by the stew working in those guest areas.

The master suite is forward of the lower foyer and is accessed through double cherry doors which open outward into the foyer. The California King berth sits centerline with custom end tables and lamps on each side. There are generous his and hers cedar-lined walk in closets to both port and starboard with plenty of storage. A lighted, mirrored makeup table sits to port after entering the room above which hangs a 28″ LCD TV on a retractable mount. Along the port wall is a large built-in dresser with nine sizeable drawers and on the opposite wall is a comfortable settee with matching end cabinets.

The full beam his and hers master head area is accessed through port and starboard doors outboard of the bed, and features luxurious marble floors and full height mirrors along the forward beam wall with matching polished brass and chrome fixtures. A custom dressing settee sits in front of the mirrors facing a Jacuzzi tub to starboard and a separate glass-enclosed shower stall to port.

On the main deck forward is a large sun pad cushion and bolster (with cover) that is a perfect spot for conversation and sunning. All the way aft, down matching teak laid curved transom steps, is a substantial swim platform area with removable u-shaped stainless steel safety rails. This serves as an ideal boarding area for the Intrepid or other water activities.

Access to the crew quarters is either from the swim platform through a heavy sea door or from the aft deck above down a ladder hidden behind an enclosure. Entering from the swim platform, the Captain's room is located to port and contains a double bed with drawers below and a small closet. The head and shower is ensuite but can be shared with other members of the crew if desired through a separate entrance. On the opposite side of the central walkway leading to the engine room are two additional crew rooms. The starboard aft room contains a pair of crossover bunks and the forward starboard room contains a full-size single bed. Both rooms contain hanging space and drawers for personal storage. A second crew head and shower is accessible by, and shared by, the two starboard crew rooms.

The crew area also contains a full-size washer/dryer stack for heavier loads as well as a small utility sink and ironing area. Just to port of the engine room access door is the ship's primary electrical control panel for both generators and shore power.

Equipment and Furnishings by Area


Aft Deck

•Four all-weather synthetic rattan chairs with removable seat and back cushions
•Teak deck and curved stairs sown to the swim platform
•A 9′ teak and inlaid mahogany dining table on oversize stainless pedestals
•Large built-in bench seating aft w/Sunbrella cushions
•Covers for all furniture and cushions
•Removable sunscreen on a track above the aft section of seating
•Stereo speakers overhead
•Throwable life ring
•SS removable hoop rails on swim platform (7)
•SS ladder down to crew spaces to port
•Curved stainless steel and teak ladder up to boat deck & flybridge to starboard
•Maxwell 2200 warping capstans to port & starboard
•A dual sliding glass and stainless steel door opens to the salon

Salon (Located forward of the Aft Deck)

•A large L-shaped bar is to starboard w/black granite counter
•Two upholstered swivel bar stools
•Liquor display and storage – starboard aft and forward of bar
•Hanging stemware rack above the bar for 18-24 glasses
•24 Bottle Avalon undercounter wine chiller
•Beverage refrigerator with shelving
•Avanti icemaker
•Designer brass bar sink with hot & cold water
•Ample storage in drawers within bar cabinetry
•Keurig individual cup coffee brewer
•Large matching sofa and chair set in off-white chenille fabric
•Exotic dark hardwood 60″ contemporary coffee table
•Matching contemporary end tables with complementary table lamps
•A pair of hardwood and warm red upholstered designer lounge chairs
•A pair of contemporary upholstered "Empire" occasional chairs
•An Oriental style box table with hinged top for internal storage
•Miscellaneous tabletop décor items
•Various pieces of original art
•Teak and cherry wall panels and cabinetry are finished in high gloss
•Upper moldings, window sills and other trim are done in a complementary satin finish
•Lower wall sections are upholstered in sound-absorbing acoustic fabric
•Hunter Douglas electric blinds in all windows with remote control
•Built-in wine storage cabinet on an electric lift to starboard with a black granite top
•LG  50″ flat screen LCD TV on an electric lift within a custom cabinet
•Sony audio amplifier with Sirius tuner and DVD player below
•Dimmable LED lighting throughout with MR-16 Halogens for accent lighting.
•Removable carpet runners

Dining Area (Located forward of salon)

•One inch thick glass dining table with seating for eight on custom curved wooden pedestal bases
•Brazilian hardwood framed chairs with custom deep blue chenille fabric
•Storage cabinets for china, silver and stemware port & starboard
•High gloss circular cherry soffit over dining table designer glass pendant light fixture
•5′ x 3′ contemporary art piece (reserved by owner)

Galley (Located forward of the pilot house on the main deck)

•KitchenAid 4-burner Induction cooktop for low heat buildup and all necessary cookware
•KitchenAid full size stainless steel oven
•GE Microwave
•KitchenAid stainless steel dishwasher
•Double stainless steel sinks with Instant Hot tap & soap dispenser
•Sub Zero side-by-side refrigerator/freezer with ice maker & fresh water
•Garbage disposal
•Coffee maker
•24-bottle U-Line undercounter wine refrigerator
•Custom slide-out trash drawer for commercial size trash container
•Full height vertical pantry cabinet with shelving to starboard of refrigerator
•High volume air extraction hood with internal lighting above cook range.
•Very large marble counter top
•Mahogany 36-glass hanging stemware rack above counter
•Matching pair of custom teak and mahogany inlaid high gloss dining tables at settee
•Insignia 38″ LCD flat screen TV with satellite receiver
•All Flatware, plateware, glassware, stemware, tabletop accessories, linens and cookware
•Pull-out shelves in cabinets
•Storage under U-shaped settee and additional drawers below raised table platform
•Cherry baseboards
•Real hardwood flooring in the cooking area, carpet in other areas
•Three Tommy Bahama counter height bar stools on swivel bases
•Hunter Douglas electric blinds
•LED down-lighting with MR-16 accent lights above counter top

Foyer/Entrance (Midship Port and Starboard)

•Light Saturnia marble with inlaid Emperador marble border
•Day head port side with custom granite counter, designer fixtures, wallcoverings and artwork
•Access to "doghouse" storage area below pilothouse with spare Kenmore refrigerator and freezer
•Miscellaneous equipment such as emergency gear (Defibrillator, medical kits, first aid supplies), emergency "Go Bag", etc.
•Access to electronics for satellite TV systems, exhaust fans and various main deck breaker panels
•Stewardess supply cabinets with a wide variety of guest amenities and cleaning products

Guest and Master Stateroom Furnishings

Each of the three guest staterooms and the master stateroom is finished to a high level and decorated individually with unique wall coverings, custom bed spreads, accenting pillow shams and accessories. Casually elegant window coverings provide accent color and also function well to control light entering the rooms through the large stainless steel port lights. (Individual upholstered port light covers are also present in each stateroom.) Designer lamps along with individually selected artwork and table accessories complete the look. Each stateroom has custom-built light cherry cabinetry with matching end tables, headboards, and closet spaces designed for the specific layout of each stateroom. Tables and counters are topped with polished Travertine marble for a warm elegant feel.

The carpet in each guest room is a high-quality deep cut pile in an off-white color that stands up well to wear and doesn't show footprints. Where possible, full height floor to ceiling beveled mirrors are incorporated to create more light and openness.

The closets in each stateroom are fully lined with cedar and most have small electronic wall safes for valuables. The beds in the three midship rooms are fitted with special gas-assist struts that allow the beds to be lifted upward to gain access to the substantial areas below the berths for additional storage. In the VIP stateroom, the curvature of the hull precludes using the lift struts, but four large drawers under the berth offer ample additional storage.

Each room is fitted with an intercom phone for communications throughout the vessel. Additionally, 17″ Visio TVs with individual Direct TV satellite receivers are positioned for easy viewing in each stateroom. A WIFI system provides good signal strength throughout the boat when connected to an external network or satellite receiver.

The ensuite heads associated with each stateroom all have glass-fronted contemporary showers and are finished in warm tones of polished imported Emperador marble on the floors and vanity tops. Full width mirrors above the vanity counters open to reveal ample shelving for toiletries and cosmetics. Cherry drawers and cabinets below each vanity provide ample storage for spare towels and other personal items. The matching faucets and towel bars are done in an attractive brass and chrome combination.

The heads are the Head Hunter Royal Flush models with fresh water flush and are operated by a simple touch of a button.

The master stateroom follows a similar theme as the guest rooms, but with its full beam width it is more spacious. His and hers cedar-lined walk-in closets are to port and starboard and large nine drawer dresser is along the port wall. A comfortable upholstered settee with built-in end tables is on the opposite side of the room. A well-lighted mirrored dressing table occupies a corner of the main space with a retractable 28″ Vizio TV mounted above.

The master head extends the full width across the boat with his and hers marble vanities on each side. Floor to Ceiling Mirrors extend across the center section of the forward beam wall with an upholstered dressing settee in front. To starboard across from the settee are a Jacuzzi tub and a glass-enclosed shower stall to port. The overall feeling is of warm elegance while being completely functional.

Crew Quarters 

PORT CABIN:
•Captain's cabin with double berth and custom bedcover
•Hanging locker
•Several drawers below berth
•Ensuite head and shower with marble vanity with sink

STARBOARD AFT CABIN:
•Double Berths in Crossover layout with custom bedcovers
•Sink and medicine cabinet in room
•This room shares a head & shower with starboard forward crew cabin

STARBOARD FORWARD CABIN:
•Large single berth shares a head and shower with starboard aft double
•Sink and medicine cabinet in room
•Hanging locker and substantial storage in drawers below the berth

CREW COMMON AREA:
•Full size Samsung washer/dryer stack
•Main electrical distribution panel (MDP)
•Aft deck access via ladder
•Small beverage refrigerator
•Ironing area and laundry sink

 

Electronics & Navigation Equipment


Pilot House:
•Simrad NSE12 Chart Plotter
•Caterpillar engine digital readout display
•Caterpillar analog tachs & gauges
•Caterpillar engine synchronizer
•Furuno Navnet VX2 1964CBB/NT radar/chart plotter
•Furuno MU155C 15″ display
•Furuno Navnet VX2 1954CBB/NT radar/chart plotter
•Furuno MU155C 15″ display
•Nobeltec Passport Chart plotter with separate GPS feed
•Furuno RD 30 depth sounder
•Furuno 10 Target Arpa
•Furuno NX700 NavTex receiver
•Robertson AP9-MK3 autopilot w/Robertson FU91 joy stick
•Robertson/Simrad rudder angle indicator
•Furuno PF500R fluxgate compass
•Ritchie fluxgate compass
•Ritchie 5″ magnetic compass
•Panasonic phone system 9 stations (intercom)
•KVH Tracphone 252 satellite phone with Panasonic replacement phones (Inactive)
•Satellite telephone system with SeaTel dome to match
•ICOM IC-M602 VHF radio
•ICOM VHF/ hailer
•(6) Handheld ICOM VHF radios with multicharger
•Lev-O-Gauge inclinometer
•Kahlenberg M511 whistle control horn
•Ship's alarm monitor system (visual & audio)
•Bilge pump control panel (7 compartments)
•Elbex closed circuit camera system: engine room (2), port & starboard entries, galley, aft deck, boat deck
•Lenovo ships computer with 17” monitor
•Cannon Pixma MX340 all-in-one printer/scanner/fax

Antenna System:
•KVH satellite TV system w/34″ dome
•KVH Intersat dish for Satphone
•(2) Furuno 6′ open array antennas

Flybridge Electronics:
•New Fusion stereo radio head unit
•Helm station centered with cover
•(2) Crown helm chairs w/foot rests
•(2) Wing stations – port and starboard with engine and throttle controls as well as thruster and steering controls
•Caterpillar engine digital readout display
•Caterpillar analog tachs & gauges
•Robertson Simrad rudder angle indicator
•Ritchie fluxgate compass
•Joy stick
•Bow thruster
•ACR spotlight RCL 100 point pad controls
•Furuno RD30 digital depth/temp display pilothouse & flybridge
•Furuno Navnet VX2 GP1920CBB/NT GPS/WAAS
•Furuno MU155C 15″ bright display
•Remote ICOM mic for bridge
•Simrad autopilot AP9 MK2
•SART (made by ARC) radio transmitter
•Kahlenberg trumpets
•Radar domes
•Navigation lights

 

Engine & Mechanical Equipment


•Twin Caterpillar 3412's 1350 hp each (Rebuilt May 2012)
o Port hours since OH: 639 hrs
o Starboard since OH:  640 hrs

•Fully detailed engine room
•Variable speed fresh air induction and discharge fans for combustion air and cooling
•High heat resistance paint on main engines
•Most hydraulic and fuel lines throughout the boat have been replaced including stabilizers, thruster, steering and davit
•New 20 Ton MarineAire scroll compressor chiller system (Installed Oct 2013)
•14 air handlers (All replaced or rebuilt 2013)
•Alfa Lava fuel separator
•Start batteries and house batteries in battery boxes
•Glendinning aft port side and forward port side
•Smart Box set up for 480V, 100 amp 3 ph single cable fore or aft, or 208V, 100 A 1 ph aft port and aft stbd
•Dayton 3.5hp 3CFM 100 psi compressor
•Dual Racor fuel filters for mains
•Racors for generators
•Lube oil transfer system. 100 gallon fresh oil tank and 100 gallon used oil tank in engine room
•Fuel shut-off valve
•Fuel transfer system
•Electric and hand pump backup for fuel transfer system
•Oil pressure alarm
•Port & starboard saddle tanks: day tank center, forward tank, midship tank under motor (Total of 8,200 US gallons)
•2400 gallon day tank (diesel fuel)
•100 gallon gasoline tank for tender and toys
•Marine exhaust system with stainless steel tubes (Stainless replaced March 2015)
•(2) Osborne Supertorq Nibral 4-blade propellers
•New zincs and bottom job w/prop speed on wheels (August 2015)
•H.A. Thompson hydraulic wheel steering
•Armco Aquanet stainless rudder shafts (Seals replaced July 2014)
•Main shafts 3 ½" stainless steel (Shaft seals replaced July 2015)
•50 hp Wesmar DPC50 16″ bow thruster (Rebuilt June 2013)
•Naiad stabilizers (Serviced and seals replaced August 2014)
•Emergency engine stop
•High water alarm
•Water temp alarm
•Bilge pumps
•Twin disc MG5202 reduction transmission w/Vulcan input couplings
•Built-in locking drawer workbench forward with stainless steel top, grinder and vice
•Engine room sound insulation
•120 VAC fluorescent lighting and 24VDC emergency lighting
•Many tools and spares

 

Electrical Equipment


•
Two 50 KW Northern Lights 1200 RPM generators, 208V 3-phase
•Port generator:
Rebuilt at 12,166 hrs per survey. Now reads 15,400 hrs. Hours since rebuild: 3234
(Replaced exhaust hoses, elbow and muffler Oct 2013)
(Replaced Hi Pressure fuel pump, injectors and fuel lines July 2015)
•Starboard generator:
 Rebuilt at12,183 hrs per survey. Now reads 15,480 hrs. Hours since rebuild: 3317
 (Replaced exhaust hoses, elbow and muffler Oct 2013)
 (Replaced Hi Pressure fuel pump, injectors and fuel lines July 2015)

•120/208V AC electrical system 3-phase, 60Hz system
•Atlas shore power classic frequency converter w/Smart Box & seamless transfer 50Kw (Serviced in Aug 2014 with new capacitors and relays and added aux cable)
•(2) 100′ 3 ph 100A dockside electrical cables on Glenndinning reels
•(1)  75′ 1 ph 100A auxiliary electrical cable feeds aft starboard inlet
•12V DC electrical system and 24DC starting batteries

 

Water Making Equipment


•1600 GPD Matrix water maker.New pump and membranes (July 2014)

Flybridge Bar & Entertainment Area


•Built-in bar with 4 heavy stainless steel stools
•Two aluminum drawers and ample storage below
•Two polished Teak and inlaid Mahogany tables on polished stainless steel stanchions
•L-shaped settee w/brown & beige-striped matching cushions w/covers and miscellaneous pillows
•Undercounter U-Line bar refrigerator (new 2014)
•Raritan Icemaker behind bar (New Aug 2014)
•Sink with hot/cold water
•Fisher-Paykell DCS gas grill w/rotisserie
•Six person Jacuzzi hot tub with overflow return, bubbler and heater (Installed Sept 2013)
•Nautical Structures 2500 lb. davit (Rebuilt Jan 2015)

 

Deck Equipment


•Port & starboard boarding gates
•Non-skid walk around decks
•Steps going aft to catwalk w/overhead handrail for exterior window access
•Large hawse pipes with substantial stainless bollards
•Overhead & deck lighting
•Tinted windows
•VIP escape hatch under sun pad
•Boson's locker access from starboard foredeck
•Chain locker
•Maxwell 4500 anchor windlass w/approx. 250′ chain
•Port Glendinning Cablemaster 100amp 3-phase w/single phase adapter pigtail
•Elbex fixed cameras on aft deck, port & starboard entry, galley and FB looking aft
•Elbex monitor with built-in switch
•Command microphone from pilothouse to bridge
•Marquipt 7 step boarding ladder with handrail (New Oct 2013)

Hull


•The hull & entire vessel is fiberglass with Divinicell coring, constructed in dedicated mold owned by Northcoast.
•Gross Tons: 237
•Displacement: 185 tons (approx)
•FB fiberglass hardtop by American Bausch Marine (Installed 2012?)

 

Safety Equipment


•Custom stainless steel swim ladder for access to the water from the swim platform
•(2) 8-man Givens life rafts with hydrostatic releases
•(2) Throwable Life rings
•Life jackets: 10 Type I and 20 Type 2
•ACR 406 Mhz EPIRB
•Smoke detectors throughout the boat in all rooms
•Carbon Monoxide detectors: 4 in crew
•First aid kits (3) and Defibrillator
•Flares
•Firefighting station and hose located on swim platform
•Halon in Engine Room and individual fire extinguishers located throughout

 

Dinghy (On Boat Deck)


•On Board Dinghy: 14′ 2010 Novurania with center steering console, Seats 4 to 6
•60 HP Yamaha 4 stroke
•Chart plotter, depth and all required safety equipment

 

Remarks


Marbella II is a well-cared for vessel that has been continuously upgraded over the past three years. The engines and generators have all been rebuilt and burn virtually no oil. Her 20 ton A/C system insures the guests will always be comfortable regardless of where she cruises. Her interior has been completely renewed to a casually elegant modern style and the exterior retains its original contemporary appeal. Marbella II is truly ready for many more miles of trouble-free cruising and entertaining.

Galley and Dining photos courtesy of Jim Raycroft Photography

 

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Freeport, Grand Bahama, Bahamas

Bradford Marine

Mailing address:

Bradford Marine

P.O. Box F 44867,

Freeport, Grand Bahama

Bahamas

 

Physical Address:

Bradford Marine

100 Queen’s Highway,

Freeport, Grand Bahama

Bahamas

 

Phone: 242-352-7711

Fax: 242-352-7695

Email: bahamas@bradford-marine.com

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