Basic Information

Price: $1,900,000 USD
Builder: INACE.
Category: Motor Yacht, .
Model Year: 2004
Year Built: 2004
Vessel Top: Enclosed Pilothouse

Bradford Marine Yacht Sales
Phone: 954-377-3900
Fax: 954-377-3901



LOA: 85' 0" (25.91)
LWL: 72' 0" (21.95)
Beam: 23' 6" (7.16)
Max Draft: 8' 0" (2.44)

Speed, Capacities and Weight

Cruise Speed: 10
Cruise Speed RPM: 1800
Cruise Speed Range: 4000
Max Speed: 13 Knots
Water Capacity: 5000gal (18927ltr)
Water Tank Material: Steel
Holding Tank: 106gal (401ltr)
Fuel Capacity: 8000gal (30283ltr)
Fuel Tank Material: Steel


Total Cabins: 4
Sleeps: 10
Total Heads: 5
Captain Quarters: False
Crew Cabin: 2
Crew Berths: 3
Crew Sleeps: 4

Hull and Deck Information

Hull Material: Steel
Deck Material: Teak and Steel
Hull Configuration: Displacement w/ Bulbous Bow
Hull Color: White
Hull Finish: Awlgrip
Exterior Designer: Inace

Engine Information

Manufacturer: Scania
Engine Count: 2
Fuel Type: Diesel
Engine Type: Inboard
Propulsion Type: Direct Drive
Horsepower Engine 1: 450
Horsepower Engine 2: 450

Location of Vessel

Vladivostok, Russian Federation



This is a large volume Explorer Yacht with the features of vessels much larger. There is a huge modern fly bridge with full stand-behind bar that seats eight guests, dining for ten plus lounge seating, sun pads and a Jacuzzi. There is also a full centerline helm station. She can carry two 15.5’ tenders or a 19’ tender plus toys on her boat deck. There is a voluminous sky lounge that easily seats 10 and has a wet bar and office space. The engine room is professional in nature and layout, with high quality equipment arranged for ease of upkeep.   

The four guest room layout has 3 guest cabins below, two queen staterooms and a lower twin bed stateroom.
There is also a large crew lounge with full laundry area, extra freezer, extra refrigeration and extensive storage


FORTALEZA is an elegant, but rugged Long Range Tri deck motor yacht offering 4 staterooms with spacious accommodations for 10 owners and guests. She is maintained in ready-to-cruise condition and upgraded often by her knowledgeable owners and seasoned crew.

In 2012 FORTALEZA completed an extensive yard period including complete hull paint and bottom paint renewal, all running gear serviced and systems checked in preparation for a sea trial prior to moving into the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. FORTALEZA has been cruising between Russia, Japan, South Korea and Thailand for the past 2 years. 


Steel hull/aluminum superstructure:
Shell Plating: ¼" top sides, 3/8″and 5/16″ bottom plate
Deck Plating: ¼"
Keel: 3″ x 10″ full length
Frames Transverse: 3″ x 3″ x 5/16 , with ¼" floors
Bulkhead Plate: ¼"
Bulkhead Stiffeners: 3″ x 3″ x ¼" (or corrugate, where applicable
Superstructure: ¼" main deck, 3/16″ upper deck
Paint: "International" recommended coating system
Fairing: Full fairing on hull and superstructure

Watertight subdivision:
Watertight integrity for the following:
Fresh Water Tanks
Steering Gear Compartment
Engine Room
Fuel Oil Tanks
VIP Stateroom, Guest Staterooms
Collision bulkhead

Windows, portlights & weather tight doors, etc.
Storm shutters for all main deck windows (new 2011)
All windows are stainless or aluminum framed, 12MM tempered glass
Fixed portlights are 6MM clear safety glass, with dead lights covers
Water tight doors on all watertight bulkheads and exteriors


Accommodations & Layout

Flat screen TV (New 2015)
Windows 12mm tempered glass
Recessed overhead AC lights
120 volts duplex outlets
Handrails built into overhead spaces
Full height TV Stereo entertainment center with storage
Dining table with built-in settee, owner supplied chairs
Sideboard next to settee with storage
Built in cabinets per drawings
Bar with pass-through to galley
Flush watertight emergency exit from engine room
Cherry wood flooring,
Settee sofa style
Coffee table with Granite top
Abandon ship locker with first aid cabinet
Cabinetry redesigned and rebuilt to store service for 12

Bar situated in the main salon is fully kitted out for facilitating guests. Always fully stocked up and equipped to prepare all sorts of drinks and cocktails, this corner of the yacht will surely exceed expectations.

Aft Deck Dining Area
The aft deck is an ideal dining area, whereby guests are able to enjoy a wonderfully prepared meal on this spacious airy area of the yacht. Having an electric BBQ, as well as a fridge, the aft deck will definitely complement the dining experience.

Day Head:
Head "Head Hunter"
Italian Marble counter top with sink
Italian Marble floor
Automatic exhaust fan

Master Suite on Main Deck: with en suite bath
King size bed and ample storage 
Hanging wardrobe lockers
Overhead AC lighting
120 volts duplex outlets
Safe, built in and hidden
Book shelves

Master Bathroom:
Head, "Head Hunter"
Shower finished in Italian marble
Vanity with granite countertop and sink, storage drawers and lockers
Overhead AC lighting
Lighted mirror over vanity
Overhead exhaust fan, separate control
120 volts duplex outlets
Towel racks
Granite flooring
Jacuzzi bath tub

Guest Stateroom 1: with en suite bath
Double berth 
Wardrobe locker with cedar lining
Overhead AC lighting
120 volt duplex outlet
Book shelves
Ensuite head with separate shower

Guest Stateroom 2: with en suite bath
Flat screen TV, SAT TV
Four single bunk berths 
Wardrobe locker with cedar lining
Overhead AC lighting
120 volt duplex outlet
Book shelves
Ensuite head with separate shower

VIP Stateroom with en suite bath
King size bed 
5 Wardrobe lockers with cedar lining
120 volt duplex outlet
Book shelves
Ensuite head with large separate shower

Crew Quarters:
Captain's cabin has a double bed, (2) hanging lockers, TV, ensuite head with separate shower
Granite floor for the bathrooms
Crew cabin has two single beds with dedicated head with separate shower

Crew Galley:

Sofa with table

Stairwell & Passageways:
Overhead lighting
Carpet with foam pad on cabin soles
Stairways in ironwood with satin finish


The pilothouse is fully equipped with all the latest navigational equipment. A comfortable sofa and table behind the captain's chair allow guests to observe the vessel being operated and manoeuvred.

The Skylounge is aft of the pilothouse and provides a entertainment area and office work space. There is a 42″ flat screen TV with satellite coverage as well as a DVD player. The boat has a large selection of DVD's and a library of historical and archeological books.
Custom stainless BBQ grill, has served parties of 50+ guests on board
Jacuzzi for 5 persons, pump replaced 
Refrigerator and sink
Sofas and two tables
SAT TV, 42″ flat screen

Joinery Details:
Wood: Select Cherry
Counter tops: Cherry, granite and marble
Wood finish: satin finish
Style: flat panel, curved corners, fabric panel inset
All doors, drawers and cabinets to have positive latch mechanism
Galley countertops have sea rails, other countertops have sea rails,
All wardrobes have automatic on/off lighting
All joinery to have toe space as necessary
Cherry wood flooring in main salon, skylounge, and master stateroom 


Electric range with exhaust hood
GE Refrigerator /Freezer
Additional refrigeration added 2 in galley and 2 in skylounge
Microwave, counter lighting and additional storage added 
Brestemp stand alone freezer
GE dishwasher
Trash compactor
Chrome fixtures
Stainless steel deep basin double sink with under counter type rim
Garbage macerator
Overhead AC lighting
Granite counter tops
Sea rails built into the counter top
Built in cabinets over and under counters per drawings
Granite floor
120 volts duplex outlets
Settee with granite table
Flat screen TV, 

Deck Equipment

Two electric windlasses with single wild cats for one anchor each (1) 440 lb. CQR anchor with 350 ft.of 5/8 proof coil chain on center line 600 ft. of new anchor chain added to main anchor 
(1) Navy style anchor on starboard side
Opacmare #3026, 1,800 lb. davit
Stainless steel bollard, designed & built for being towed/towing
Stainless steel spring cleats
Hawse hole locations for all cleats and bollards
Deck drains
Nonskid deck surface
Fresh water washdown for chain at roller location
Fresh water spigot
Exterior watertight deck lighting
One anchor pocket, plate style
Stainless steel cap on rub rail
Storm boards made for all required ports & windows (NEW 2007)
All port covers removed and reinforced with stainless steel backing (NEW 2007)
All tanks opened, cleaned & painted (NEW 2007)
Life rafts serviced and certified (NEW 2007)

Sun Deck:
Custom dumb waiter serves sun deck bar and grill area from the galley
Teak deck on shaded areas
Removable chocks for second tender
Chock with gasoline tank under for 15′ rib with 50H8 outboard motor
Water spigot
Air station to fill fenders and tender
6 fender holder
Deck drains
Nonskid deck surface

Side Deck Port & Starboard:
Deck drains each side
Nonskid surface on deck
Stainless steel cleats
Fuel, water, lube oil fills on deck
Water tight doors
Over head lighting
Fire stations
Side boarding doors

Aft Deck:
Water tight door to engine room
Water tight doors to main saloon
Teak decking on after deck
Over head lighting
Fresh water washdown spigot
Salt water washdown outlet
Freeing ports each port and starboard
Two S/S bollards, suitable for towing
Hawse hole locations
Shore power, phone, TV outlet
Aft swim step and ladder in teak
Swim platform with teak deck
Built in seating with table, cabinets with sink, refrigerator and electric BBQ

Glendenning shore power
Steering gear
Gangway power back
Fresh water pumps
UV water filter
Emergency steering bar
Air compressor

Mechanical Equipment

Main Engines: 2 x 450 hp Scania. 1,140 Original hours
All new exhaust system 
Generators 2x 33kw Northern Lights with wet exhaust mufflers 
Engine Room air conditioning system 
Rodriquez stabilizers with zero speed control
Sewage treatment system (NEW 2011)
Wet exhaust for main engines and generators
Each diesel, main and generator engine to have a "dedicated" battery for starting
Fuel polishing system, fuel transfer pump system, hand back up transfer pump
Dual "Racor" fuel filters between day tank and main engine
Full engine instrumentation in engine room, mechanical gauges
Full engine instrumentation in pilothouse, and fly bridge electrical gauges
Engines controls, RPM gauges and alarm on flybridge
65 hp American Bow Thruster Systems:
Sea chest for sea water supply
Two 40 gal hot water tanks
2 x Fresh water system
(1x) Engine room air supply blower with variable speed control
(1x) Engine room air exhaust blower
Aluminum perforated metal engine room covering all surfaces CO2 fire system with auto release
Diamond aluminum floor plates, set into sole framing system
Workbench with drawers vice and tool box
Fluorescent engine room lights
Noise insulation on tanks, bulkheads and overhead in engine room
Air conditioning system with heat, Marine Air chilled water dual compressor type system with digital read out through out
Sink with cold and hot with frequency drives water in engine room
100 gal lube oil tank
100 gal waste oil holding tank
400 gal Black Water Holding Tank
All plumbing (hydraulic, water, fuel, sewage etc) colorcoded
Isolation transformer
Air compressor
Hydraulic steering system Rodriquez
U.S. Coast Guard approved safety package with canister type life raft
All electrical cable to be A.B.S. standard, numbered per A.B.S. standards
Three independent battery chargers
Hand rails around main engines and generators
"Tank tender" monitoring system and sight glass

Under Water Equipment:
Capac monitoring system
(22) 4″ x 10″ zinc anodes
4″ stainless steel (304) propeller shaft
(2x) Bronze propeller 5 blades 48″DIA
Two coats of antifouling bottom paint
Spurs line in each shaft

Steering Systems:
Steering system power assisted with two pumps and two feed backs
Stainless steel rudder post with stuffing box
Helm pump in wheelhouse and flybridge

Pump Systems:
Water pressure tanks 
All new stainless water pumps, 
Two Jacuzzi type A/C shallow well pump for fresh water
(2x) Jacuzzi Salt water/Fire fighting/Bilge pump
Pump for fuel transfer burks 
Bronze sea strainers for all seawater pump suctions
Auto 12 volt bilge pumps in all bilge compartments
400 gallons sewage holding tank with pump and shore pump out
300 gallons gray water tank with pump, inter linked to sewage pump
All showers, sinks, and washer drain to gray water tank
Hot and cold freshwater shower in cockpit

Electronics & Navigation

CCCD TV monitor with four inspection points
Hydraulic steering system Rodriquez
6″ compass
ZF Mathers twin lever engine controls for main engines
Generators engines and generators instrumentation electric
Emergency battery with dedicated charging system for navigation and communication gear
120 volt duplex outlets
Chart table with chart drawers
Pilot chair
Helm station cabinetry
Instrument console
Upholstered settee on step above pilothouse sole
Full instrumentation
Furuno 48 mile radar
Raymarine VHF radio
ICOM SSB radio
Raymarine depth
Raymarine speed
Raymarine wind speed and direction
Raymarine auto pilot with a repeter in fly bridge
GPS Raymarine x 3
Windshield wipers on all forward facing windows
Single air horn
Wooden floor in ironwood with marfim in pilothouse
Jabsco spot light 500,000 cp with remote control
White and red recessed lights
24 and 12 volt electrical panel
Stabilizer with touch screen panel
Nera satellite phone
Bow thruster control

Raymarine VHF
48 mile radar
Furuno Chartplotter
Raymarine auto pilot repeater
Search light remote control
Bow thruster control
ZF Mathers twin level engine controls for main engines 
5″ compass

New Commercial Grade Electronics:
Furuno FAR217
BC radar
Furuno AIS FR150
Furuno GPS 150
Software for navigation interphase
New ship's computer

Electrical System

Atlas world wide power management system
24 volts ship's house battery bank
Main AC/DC distribution panel with magnetic breakers
Ship's batteries replaced including Main Engines, Generators, and Electronics (NEW JUNE 2012)

Generator plant system:
2 x 33kw Northern Lights generators 5,600 Original hours
Wet exhaust type muffler on generators
Rockwell lagging on exhaust
Vibration mounts on generators
Each generator to have a dedicated battery for starting
Single "Racor" fuel filter on generators
Mechanical gauges for generators
Electrical start and gauge panel in pilothouse for generators


Outstanding example of a forward house explorer yacht. Four wonderful guest staterooms with two masters, one on deck. Bulbous bow, long range go anywhere vessel with the space of a much larger boat.


A detailed inventory list of exclusions will be provided pursuant to a purchase agreement.
All speeds, capacities, consumption, hours, measurements, etc. are approximate or estimated. Specifications provided for information only as particulars herein obtained are from sources available but are not guaranteed. Remarks and other statements may be personal opinions and may not be relied upon for purchase. Buyer should instruct his agent/supervisor to check all details for accuracy. Offered subject to prior sale, price/inventory change, or withdrawal from market without notice.


The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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