ENDEAVOUR represents the newest and finest 40 Meter Westport in today's market and benefits from being maintained to perfection by her knowledgeable owner. Her substantial interior features five en-suite staterooms with an on-deck master and four spacious guest staterooms below.
Hull Designer: William Garden
LOA 130’0” (39.62m)
Beam 26’2” (7.98m)
Max Draft 6’5” (1.96m)
Engines Twin MTU 12V4000 M73L (2,895 hp/ea.)
Port: 3,988 hours
Stbd: 3,993 hours
W4 service completed April 2020
Speed Cruising 20 knots, Max 24 knots
Fuel Capacity 9,337 gallons (35,344 l)
Water Capacity 1,780 gallons (6,738 l)
Holding Tank 1,740 gallons (6,587 l)
Crew Quarters sleeps 6 -8
Hull material: Fiberglass
Hull configuration: Semi-Displacement
Deck material: Teak
Tonnage: 333 GT
Range: 3,000NM at 12 knots
Flag: Cayman Islands
Year Mfg: 2014 Model-2014, Hull #4010
Classifications: American Bureau of Shipping LY3; Annual Survey completed February 2020
WESTPORT 40 METER 2014 TRI-DECK MOTOR YACHT
ENDEAVOUR represents a unique opportunity in today’s market for a 40-meter Westport of such recent vintage. Her stunning anigre woodwork and 2019 exterior soft goods and furniture refit has Endeavour showing like a new yacht.
Boarding Endeavour on the aft deck one will walk through a set of automatic doors to ender her main salon, where one will be received by a warm, welcoming comfortable seating area. The salon offers a conversation area with four occasional chairs, coffee table and sofa along with an entertainment center containing a 55” popup TV with surround sound, Kaleidescape/DVD/CD player and an iPad docking station. The dining area is forward of the salon and can seat up to 10 guests, with buffets to port and starboard. There is a day head forward of the dining area to starboard.
ENDEAVOUR can accommodate up to 10 guests in its 5 cabins. The on deck main suite is forward of the main foyer, with entry through the owner’s study into the main Cabin with a king bed, bath with double sinks, large shower, toilet and bidet. There is a vanity to port, a walk-in closet forward and ample storage throughout. The entertainment center has a 42” HD LCD TV, Kaleidescape player, iPad and Blu-ray DVD/CD surround sound. The first VIP stateroom is located aft on the lower deck to port with a centerline king-sized bed with two nightstands, dresser, closet, private head and shower, plus an entertainment center with a 32” HD TV with Kaleidescape/DVD/CD Blu-ray player. The second VIP stateroom located to starboard aft on the lower deck also has a centerline king-sized bed with two nightstands, dresser, closet, private head and shower, plus an entertainment center with 32” HD TV with Kaleidescape/DVD/CD Blu-ray player. The other two guest staterooms offer side-by-side twin berths with en-suite heads. The port guest stateroom has the capability of putting two berths together to form a king-size berth outboard. The starboard guest stateroom is designed with a passthrough crew access for turning down and servicing all the guest staterooms from the crew area and laundry.
ENDEAVOUR’s sky lounge features large panoramic windows for exceptional views and flooding natural light. There is an L-shaped settee to port with occasional chairs and ottomans to starboard. In this same area forward is a 55” LCD TV positioned above an electric fireplace. A formal desk is also located forward with two workstations. To fully complement this area, there is a wet bar located aft and starboard, and a large day head is located forward as well.
ENDEAVOUR’s flybridge sundeck is reached by heading aft of the sky lounge, offers a teak soled area complete with comfortable seating, large 42” LCD TV, BBQ to port and a stairway to starboard leading to the sundeck. The deck is complemented by a high-gloss teak dining table for four. Also, on this deck is a 3,000-lb. davit capable of handling an 18’ tender.
ENDEAVOUR’s sundeck features an enormous owner’s area. Forward on this deck is a large Jacuzzi with sun pads both port and starboard. Aft and center line is a beautiful high-gloss table and (10) new-in-2019 high gloss teak chairs with buffets to both port and starboard incorporating a large LCD TV rising from the port buffet and ample storage. The aft portion of the sundeck is appointed with chaise lounge chairs and movable tables.
ENDEAVOUR’s aft deck makes for an excellent gathering space with a 42” LCD TV, (8) new in 2019 high gloss teak dining armchairs with a fixed pedestal high gloss teak dining table. Also, two fixed teak cocktail tables with built in setting. This area gives easy access to the water and water sports. The walk around teak leads to the bow which has a large seating area and further on the bow is an additional seating area.
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This is an elegantly comfortable area in which to enjoy the 55” widescreen LCD TV that rises out of the starboard aft corner cabinet. Aft entry door is stainless-steel framed, glass, counter pull, open/close sliding mechanism with pneumatic seal.
• Custom designer sofa
• (3) occasional chairs
• (3) end tables
• Custom coffee table
• Game table with four chairs
Forward from the main salon is the formal dining area. Servers have easy access from the galley via a dual-hinged access door.
• Formal dining table: Pommele sapele table with mahogany accents accommodates ten guests
• Buffet/Storage: Buffets to port, starboard, and aft provide storage for twelve 5-piece place settings of china, for mal flatware, and stemware and A/V units
Main Deck Day Head
• Stone vanity top
• Custom sink
• Lightweight stone flooring
• Coordinated bath accessories
• Headhunter toilet
The stateroom features a king-sized berth with leather-wrapped rails and upholstered headboard, built-in dressers, and an entertainment system, as well as A/V equipment complemented by Crestron control, office area with desk, make-up table, dressers and his & hers cedar-lined walk-in closets.
• King-sized berth with Slumber Ease innerspring mattress
• Entertainment center with A/V equipment storage
• Make-up table/desk and chair
• Halogen down lights
• Lighted make-up mirror
• Wall treatment and flooring
• His/hers dressing rooms
• Dressers and hanging rods on each side
• Accent lighting
• Vanity with stone countertop
• Vitreous china sinks, fixtures, and accessories
• Marble flooring
• Mirrors above vanities in his/hers heads
• Headhunter Royal Flush toilet
• Kohler bidet
• Shower with frameless tempered glass door and marble surround
• Accessories and fixtures
• Marble threshold
VIP Staterooms (2)
Guest Staterooms (2)
Video / Audio Locker
Locker is located to starboard in the foyer between VIP and guest staterooms and contains equipment racks for the yacht’s A/V
This is the upper entertaining area located just aft of the pilothouse, with sliding glass doors to the boat deck.
• Fireplace with TV above mantel
• L-shaped sofa
• Coffee table
• Accent lighting
• Custom window treatments
• Wet bar with Perlick refrigerator
• Upper lounge day head
• Vanity with custom marble
• Headhunter toilet
Galley and Stores
Custom island in galley allows extra counter space with ample room for food preparation, pantry with dry storage shelves for extended cruising, and various appliances.
Main Galley Pantry:
• Storage cabinets with shelving (full length of port forward bulkhead)
• Sub-Zero refrigerator
• Whirlpool trash compactor
• Ovens: (2) Miele
• APW Wyott countertop finishing oven
• Cook Top: (5) Magnawave induction burners
• Panasonic 1000-watt programmable microwave oven
• Polished chrome hot water dispenser by Insinkerator
• Miele Professional G7856 dishwasher
• Perlick two-drawer fridge/freezer 2017
• Perlick icemaker
• Teak decking
• U-shaped settee with fixed gloss-finish teak pedestal table
• Fore deck seat: Storage below for windlass control pendants and chain washdown controls
• Flag staff
• Ship’s bell
• Deck lighting
• (2) anchor windlasses
• Chain locker access and fender storage
• Spring 2019 refit of all exterior Sunbrella cushions, including foredeck settee
• Stone countertops
• Two-drawer Perlick refrigerator
• Ice bin
• Bottle storage
• Barware storage
• Fold-down TV
• 3 new-in-2019 high-gloss bar stools
• Lighting control for the aft deck
• Entertainment system controls
• Wing doors: Plexiglass with sea locks for open position
• Spring 2019 refit of all exterior Sunbrella cushions, including aft settee, and dining chairs.
• Teak decking
• Hot tub: Custom fabricated with multizone jets
• Sun pad surround for Jacuzzi
• High-gloss teak dining table for (10) and (10) new-in-2019 high-gloss teak dining chairs
• Wet bar with Perlick two-drawer refrigerator
• Deck lighting
• Hard top: Integrated with mast
• Life rafts (4): in cradles, with hydrostatic release
• Spring 2019 refit of all exterior Sunbrella cushions, including hot tub sun pad and dining chair seat bottoms
Forward Observation Deck (“Portuguese Deck”)
• View area forward of the pilothouse, accessed by the side decks and the stairs from the fore deck area
• Teak decking
• (4) chaise lounge chairs with cushions
• (2) end tables
• Teak deck
• High-gloss teak dining for 4 guests; 4 new-in-2019 high gloss teak dining chairs
• Wet bar to port with Perlick 2-drawer refrigerator
• Propane BBQ
• 3,000-lb. davit
• Teak decking
• (4) pop-up cleats
• Gasoline filling and service station
• Swim ladder
• Steps to main deck with handrails, port and starboard
• (2) capstans: port and starboard
• Access door to utility room
• (6) underwater lights
• Stainless rails
• Handheld shower with temperature control
The pilothouse bridge contains the most current and convenient equipment available today. The expansive settee is raised to provide excellent sight lines of the panoramic view.
• Leather-covered dash panels, pommele sapele panels with solid Mahogany edge
• Traditional wooden helm wheel: Pommele sapele with mahogany trim
• Chart table to port side of main helm
• Settee: Covered in leather, side panels trimmed in pommele sapele
• Settee table: Pommele sapele panel with solid mahogany edge
• Helm chairs: (2) Crown Mariner helm chairs with leather to match the settee
• Loose furniture and equipment with selected updates and needed confir mation noted in red or yellow
• Wall treatments
• Mahogany and fabric panels
• Lighting: Halogen down lights
• Built-in desk
• Floor covering and wall treatments
• Desk chair
The vessel is equipped with modern navigation and communications equipment suitable for worldwide voyages. This equipment includes satellite-based position and speed information, gyroscopic and magnetic heading data, radar, electronic charting and depth finding. Communications equipment spans numerous transmission technologies in compliance with safety regulations and to maximize contact with shore side and marine stations, enhancing one’s ability to communicate from any location. Equipment installed allows chartering under CISR flag.
Pilothouse Navigation Aids
• Bridge switching systems (BSS): (5) 26” widescreen Nauticomp displays
• Chart plotter: NAV 1 Transas Navi-Sailor 4000 ECS with display in pilothouse, wireless keyboard and mouse. System includes interfaces from: ARPA, GPS, AIS, depth, speed and wind. Input from GPS and output to autopilot is provided. NAV 2 MaxSea TZ Displayed on BSS, and wireless keyboard/mouse. Output to autopilot is provided
• GPS: (2) Furuno commercial-grade WAAS/GPS units in pilothouse
• AIS: Furuno FA150 interfaced to radar and electronic chart with pilot plug
• Radar: (2) Furuno FAR2117 X-Band Radars. (1) with 8-ft. open array and (1) with 6.5-ft. open array; 96 N.M. range. Radars are heading-stabilized with speed input for ARPA input to both radars
Wing Stations: port and starboard; molded composite covers
• Electronic engine controls
• Main engines start and stop
• Jog steering
• Rudder angle indicator
• Bow and stern thrusters
• Horn controls
• (7) PTZ color cameras: (2) in the engine room, (1) exterior aft deck port side, (1) exterior aft deck starboard side; (1) starboard
side deck, (1) port side deck and (1) on mast are displayed on the CCTV system
• Monitoring Station (with display on BSS)
• Closed circuit television
• Night vision camera: FLIR M-series
• Quad split-screen color display with Crestron Controller
SIGNALS AND LIGHTS
• Ship’s whistle
• Ship’s bell
• Air-powered horn (with automated signal timer): Kahlenberg, F2 five trumpet
• Kahlenberg, M511A signal timer
• Search light: (1) Carlisle & Finch, 200-watt xenon, 15-million candlepower; remote controlled
Captain / Crew Quarters
In addition to accommodations for two in the captain’s quarters, crew quarters below decks forward for four in two cabins, each with private head and shower. Crew service access leads up and aft through the galley area, allowing crew to efficiently perform housekeeping duties.
• Double berth with custom innerspring mattress
• TV and A/V equipment
• Hanging locker
• Captain’s head
• Vanity with sink with mirror above
• Shower with glass door
• Headhunter toilet
• Access is from the utility room; provided with a custom-sized inner spring mattress, A/V entertainment area, and drawers in berth base
• Engineer’s head
• Vanity with sink and mirror above
• Shower with glass door
• Headhunter toilet
• Dining settee with table/cabinet
• Security monitor
• Washer/dryer with above locker (2 sets)
• TV and A/V equipment
• Counter with sink/cabinet storage
Crew’s Quarters - Port and Starboard
• (2) twin berths with custom-sized inner spring mattresses
• Hanging locker
• TV and A/V equipment
• Crew heads - port and starboard
• Shower with glass door
• Headhunter toilet
• Vanity with sink
• Mirrored medicine cabinet
• Boarding Stair: (1) 8-step carbon fiber with handrails on both sides , brackets at port and starboard boarding gates, stowed in a
recess on the starboard house side
• Boat Hook: (1) 11/2” x 8” with chrome-plated hook end
• Brownie’s YP45 dive compressor
• Covers: Padded covers for tables and loose deck furniture. Unpadded covers provided for exterior settee cushions and RIB
• Cushions: Aft deck settee, bow settee, all exterior dining ch air seat cushions, and flybridge sundeck pads were refitted in 2019
with new Sunbrella fabrics and Dry fast cushion foam.
• Spare parts for DDC/MTU, Northern Lights and Sea Recovery
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• Life raft: Four 10-man A Pack life rafts mounted on flybridge rails
• Life preservers: (27) SOLAS-approved adult and (4) SOLAS-approved child
• Ring Buoys: (4) 30”-diameter buoys secured on exterior of vessel
• Flares: Updated February 2020
• Bell: Perko
• Fire extinguishers: Dry chemical type installed in suitable locations, (9) 10-lb., (9) 5-lb., and (1) 30-lb., carbon dioxide type to be
installed in suitable locations, (10) 10-lb.
• (17) immersion suits
• Medical kit
• All lifesaving equipment recertified February/March 2020 per ABS/Flag State renewal
The hull is fiberglass mat and roving with vinyl ester resin and PVC linear cores. Structural framing is laid up using a combination of fiberglass and carbon fiber reinforcement. House and deck structures are cored composite construction. Core material and density varies throughout to optimize engineered structures. Lamination: Sprayed exterior gelcoat is followed by fiber glass mat and roving with vinyl ester resin for the outer skins, vacuum-bagged foam core (high density in appropriate areas), and fiberglassmat and roving with vinyl ester resin for the inner skins. The keel pad, strut palms and stabilizer pads are resin-infused using vinylester resin. Hull Structure: Hull stringers, webs and stiffeners are fiberglass mat and roving and/or carbon fiber with vinylester resin overfoam forms. All soles and structural bulkheads are of fiberglass and foam composite construction infused with vinyl ester resin.
Paint: Topsides/Alex Seal high gloss polyurethane. Hull and house color is Westport white. Boot stripe is acrylic high gloss black.
• Main Engines: Twin MTU 12V4000 M73L
• Port Main Engine: 4076 hours/Starboard Main Engine: 4,081 hours (as of August 2020)
• W4 (4,000) Service performed April 2020
They are connected to propellers via 5” Aquamet 22 HS stainless shafts and remote down angle gearbox. Primary exhaust is underwater at chine while a silenced bypass exits at transom corners. Seawater cooling water is supplied via dual 5” lugged-type butterfly valves, bronze Y-strainers and molded FRP scoops with stainless steel grates.
• Controls: Electronic with throttle synchronizing and LCD data display. DOC/Sturdy throttles and EDM for each engine.
• Fuel Filters: DDC Sea Pro-600
• Marine Gear: Close coupled, 8° down angle, ratio 3.040:1 with trailing pump. ZF, Mod 4650A
• Main Exhaust: Stainless steel collector with hard thermal insulation, integral spray ring for 18”main underwater FRP exhaust piping and flanged connections
• Silencer: Soundown
• Propellers: Custom 5-blade Nibral-cast CNC-machined S Class Generators
• (2) Northern Lights 92-KW electrical generators rated at 1800 rpm, providing AC power at 120-208-volt 3-phase/60-cycle Hz; seawater-cooled compound mounts, sound shield, water separators/mufflers
• Port generator: 10,868 hours/Starboard generator: 11,391 hours (as of August 2020), 10,000-hour generator service performed April 2020
The generators are located port/starboard in the engine room. Water temperature, oil pressure and hour meters are installed in the distribution panel. Both generators have remote start in pilothouse. Power Take Off (PTO) and hydraulic pump are installed
on both generators for full redundancy. Seamless Power Transfer is standard when switching to/from generators to shore power and when switching loads from one generator to the other generator.
Total capacity (diesel): Approx. 9,337 gallon (US) in (6) tanks. Fueling process is via either of two deck fill locations amid ships, port and starboard side. All tanks are vented to atmosphere on the starboard side.
Fill/transfer system includes a centrifuge, pumps, meter and distribution manifold. All diesel consumers draw from the day tank. Engines and generators are supplied via priming pumps and filters. During normal operations fuel is transferred to the day tank via the centrifuge. Tank level monitoring is via electronic sensor and display on vessel monitoring system with high/low level alarms. All tanks are vented to one vent tank that is monitored for liquid, indicating an overflow of any of the attached fuel tanks. Tanks are all aluminum, welded construction with internal baffles.
Fuel Tanks (Diesel):
• #1 Center Tank: approx. 650 gallons
• #2 Center Tank: approx. 685 gallons
• #3 Center (Day Tank): approx. 2134 gallons
• #3 Port and Stbd Tanks: approx. 2934 gallons, each
• Fuel Tank (Gasoline):
• Approx. 100 gallons, accessible via hatch in swim step
Fill /Transfer /Use
• Port & starboard deck fill; threaded, SS, stamped DIESEL
• Y Strainer: 316 SS, self-cleaning
• Centrifuge: Alfa Laval, 198 GPH (gallons/hour); diesel/oil separator
• Primary pump: AC, 50 GPM
• Secondary pump: DC positive displacement backup/priming pump
• Filters: DOC Sea Pro 600
• Transfer manifold by Westport Shipyard
• Meter: Electronic turbine with numerical display and automatic pump shut-off
• Priming pump: Jabsco 24V DC, 558 GPH
• Filter: Sea Pro 600, Dual
• Priming pump: Carter, 124V DC, 35 GPH
• Secondary pump: DC positive displacement back-up/priming pump
• Filter: Racor, 500 duplex turbine series
The freshwater system is composed of a single divided and baffled freshwater tank; two AC supply pumps; suction supply, service and distribution manifolds; two reverse osmosis water makers; and associated valves, filters, expansion tanks, regulators, and gauges. Freshwater wash-downs are located on all external decks.
Freshwater Tank (Divided):
• Stainless steel, approx. 1,726 total gallons.
• Purification: Silver ion electrolytic water sterilization system
• UV filters: (2) for disinfection of potable water, 29 GPM each
• Water softener: Yacht-Mate DM1000 system, with swim platform water connection, plumbed directly to the freshwater tanks, located in the equipment room
• Deck fills: (2) stainless steel, 1” r ound with threaded caps. (1) quick-connect fitting, located on the swim step bustle, is plumbed to supply the water softener.
• Water makers: (2) Sea Recovery Aqua Whisper 1800. Reverse osmosis type, for a total capacity of 3,600 gallons per day Water Heater: Dual-element (for fast recovery) water heater, 120-gallon capacity water heater Dual particle filters: For removal of sediment, dissolved solids and contaminants to 5 microns plumbed in parallel. Stainless steel canister with replaceable filter cartridges.
Pressure tank: FRP construction located at remote ends of piping system
Pumps: (2) centrifugal pressure pumps, 30 GPM each, plumbed in parallel for high flow capability
Lube Oil System
The vessel’s main engines and generators can be serviced utilizing an onboard lube oil change system. A new oil tank and a used oil tank are fitted within the engine room. New oil can be filled via (1) deck fitting amidships on starboard side, while used oil can be offloaded with quick-connect hose. Two air-powered diaphragm pumps are used to transfer to/from locations via hose reels.
• Lube oil tanks: 450-gallon total oil capacity in a divided tank, located in the engine room bilge area. Tank is made from
• Lube oil new: 185 gallons
• Lube oil used: 265 gallons
• Pump: (2) air diaphragm pumps
• Fittings: All stainless quick-connect fittings
• Deck Plate: Located with midship fuel fill on starboard side
Black and gray water is routed to an FRP tank. A certified Marine Sanitation Device (MSD) is installed for treatment of all wastewater. Tank level monitoring is via electronic sensor and display vessel monitoring system with level alarms, and all tanks are vented at boot stripe. Discharge is via MSD or direct overboard via diaphragm pump. Also, a dockside pump-out connection is located port aft on the swim platform.
• Pumps: High-capacity solids-handling AC diaphragm pump
• MSD: Certified to meet MARPOL regulations as well as USCG Type II MSD. (Includes chlorine generator)
• Black Water Tank: FRP construction with inter nal baffles, approx. 1,685 gallons
• Gray water collection/movement: (3) sumps (crew, guest and engineers) for transfer to black water tank or directly overboard
via Y-valve. Westport construction, includes primary AC pump and DC backup pump with strainer.
• Inspection port and alarm on DC pump. A lift station for the galley also acts as a sump pump, but only has an AC pump.
Compressed Air System
5 HP Kaeser air compressor for powering the ship’s whistle, gasoline dispensing pump and oil dispensing pump, as well as for use in the machinery spaces for air-powered tools. The system consists of compressor, piping system, quick-connect fittings, and
(3) 10-gallon accumulator tanks. Emergency air compressor installed 2015.
• Quick connect fittings: Located forward escape hatch, port swim step, exterior bar (port side) on pilothouse deck and flybridge mast leg (starboard) in storage locker.
• Accumulator tanks: (3) 10-gallon units, (2) in the engine room and (1) in the starboard. Flybridge mast leg storage locker.
• Hose/Reel: Reelcraft hose 1/2” x 35”
The bilge system consists of alar m floats only, one AC electric bilge pump, valve manifold, and piping with fixed strainers from each watertight compartment. Float switches will send signals to the monitoring system when water accumulates in any of the bilge areas. The manifold allows crossover to the fire pump or diesel-powered pump for back up.
• Pump, primary: Centrifugal, 100 GPM at 10 psi
• Pump, back-up: See fire main back-up pump (shared on common manifold)
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Deck Drain System
All exterior decks are fitted with freeing ports and/or drains with a plumbed piping system. Deck drains are molded portions of the deck and fitted with polished stainless-steel grates. All drain piping is of ABS-approved materials, PVC DWV and leads to laminated thru hulls located at the boot stripe with check valves and ball valves.
Fire Hydrant System
The fire main system consists of (4) fir e stations distributed around the vessel, supply piping and (2) pumps. Each station contains
a hose, angle valve and high/low volume nozzle. The electric fir e pump (primary) can be started fr om any fire station or locally.
• Hoses (4): 11/2” x 50’ FM listed lay flat type, NPSH thread
• ABS-approved fire nozzles: ABS-approved, one at each of (4) hydrant stations
• Pump, primary: Centrifugal, flooded suction, 66 GPM at 40 psi
• Pump, backup: Diesel-powered portable, flooded-suction centrifugal
• Strainer: Sea suction strainer for fire/bilge manifold, bronze 2” strainer or equivalent seawater intake; bronze with stainless steel grate Westport design and supply
• Hose rack: FRP construction, with rolled hose storage in fire station
Fire Sprinkler System
The accommodation space is protected by a sprinkler system that uses vessel’s fresh water supply until it is depleted, then automatically, if necessary, switches to seawater. The engine room is protected by a gas smothering FM200 system. Sprinkler system: The system is a precharged type, automatic fire suppression system. The piping is copper/nickel (CuNi) tube with Viega SeaPress, crimp fittings. The pump unit consists of two pumps, operating individually or in tandem depending on the demand for water as determined by the number of heat-sensitive nozzles that have been triggered. A small pressure tank maintains the standby pressure in the system. A local control panel is in the engine room, and a mimic display is located in the pilothouse.
Engine Room Fire System
Insulation: The bulkheads and duct work leading to the engine room are lined with a thermal barrier of insulation.
• FM200 gas smothering system: For engine room protection, manual operation (with 34-second delay) includes discharge of gas
and automated shutdown of fuel pumps, intake fans, and exhaust dampers.
Galley Hood System
Independent, fixed system is located in the main galley in the hood above the stove.
Westport Shipyard and J&A Enterprises developed a whole-ship sound-reduction plan. Together we developed details and insulation schedules that would maximize noise/vibration reduction. Sound transmission throughout the vessel is controlled in several ways throughout the Westport 40 Meter.
Engine room: The engine room sound package consists of reflective barriers and absorptive (Soundown) insulation in addition tovibration/isolation mounting of equipment, piping and wiring that may transmit noise, and noise-attenuating/watertight doors.
• Watertight doors: Pacific Coast Marine
• Absorptive insulation: Soundown
• Reflective material: 1/8” to 3/16” aluminum
• Isolation material: Soundown, Whisper Walls and Sylomer
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HVAC System / Air Conditioning
The interior of the vessel is kept at a constant temperature through the use of a seawater-cooled/heated reverse cycle, treated water HVAC system. The capacity is 30 tons and is distributed throughout the vessel via individual room air handlers of various sizes and BTU ratings. There is one controller for the three air handlers that serve the master stateroom and master office, one for the two air handlers that serve the formal dining area of the forward salon, two for the four air handlers that serve the remainder of the salon, one controller for the four air handlers in the upper lounge and one for the two air handlers in the pilothouse. All other air handlers are each controlled by a separate controller. A portion of the HVAC system provides fresh air make-up and provides a clean and healthy atmosphere.
• Marine Air HVAC system refit with (5) new Domestic titanium core chillers in April 2020. Independent seawater intake
• Chillers: 208-volt/3-phase/60-cycle, 30-ton
• Air handlers: 208-volt/1-phase/60-cycle, various BTU as required by volume being treated, utilizing variable speed hi-static DC blowers
• Make-up air: For cycling air through vessel interior
Central Hydraulic System
The central hydraulic system provides power to the bow and stern thrusters, anchor winches, and crane/davit. Power is provided to the system from generator-driven hydraulic pumps with electric clutches. The system is provided with equal-size pumps on both the port and starboard gensets, allowing either generator or both generators to power the system.
• Gauge package: Includes pressure gauges for each valve manifold
• Bow thruster: 16” dual prop with in-hull hydraulic motor producing 65 hp
• Stern thruster: 16” dual prop with in-hull hydraulic motor and external tube, 55 hp
• Davit: Telescope mast with extending boom, 3,000-lb. capacity, hydraulic
• Nautical Structures: MCA certified with DC-powered back-up hydraulic pump
• Passarelle: The passarelle has its own electrical/hydraulic power unit and extends from under the aft deck behind the stairs on port. The passarelle will accommodate a wheelchair and has removable railings. The unit is self-supporting, doubletelescoping, rotating, with handrail and wireless control for Med-style mooring extending 6’71⁄2” past transom with selfcontained hydraulic power pack unit and controls.
Digital hydraulic power steering via engine hydraulic pump on port engine and manual helm pump located in machinery space. The main steering station in the pilothouse includes full foll w-up helm wheel and non-follow-up jog lever. The wing stations are provided with non-follow-up levers. There is backup hydraulic steering off generator PTO.
• Jog levers: Non-follow-up type
• Rudders: Welded stainless-steel construction
• Seals: Dripless type PYI, PSS type
Stabilization while underway is provided by a pair of fins located approximately amidships and powered hydraulically by an engine-driven hydraulic pump. Control is by modern digital fly-by-wire system located in the pilothouse.
• At rest stabilization: Zero-speed stabilization is accomplished by the stabilizer fins, which are powered by the central hydraulic
system in this mode.
• Fins: Model Naiad 525 stabilizer system with 22-square foot fins, one station DATUM control, with oil level warning, unloading valve kits and dual pumps with gauges
Mooring and Anchoring
Vessel mooring system utilizes a combination of bitts, hawse eyes and winches. The fore deck has two hawse eyes per side, two bitts per side and a pair of mooring winches incorporated with the anchor windlasses. The side decks and aft deck have two hawse eyes per side with two bitts on each side. Additionally, there are two mooring capstans and bitts on the swim step for Med-style mooring. Vessel anchoring is accomplished through a set of anchor windlasses, anchor chain, Poole-style anchors and fair leads (hawse pipe, spill pipe, etc).
• Windlass/winch combination: The foredeck utilizes a combined windlass for anchoring and winch for mooring. The system is mirrored starboard and port and is hydraulically driven, yielding 6000-lb. pull
• Anchor windlass: (2) Maxwell Combination tensioner/roller/stopper
• Controls: (2) Maxwell
• Anchor wash-down is via fixed nozzles located in hawse pipes (solenoid-controlled valves for port and starboard sides) and is supplied with pressurized seawater from the fire main
• Hawse rings, bustle: Mirror polished closed-type fit around corner of bustle and bulwark at corners of aft deck
• (2) Capstans: Maxwell VC3500 (hydraulic), Located in bustle at swim step
• Mooring lines: 1 1/4” x 75’ double-braided type abrasion-resistant with single 36”-eye splice, (4) Samson XLS yacht braid, black
• Bitts: 19” stainless steel, (12) on main deck and (2) on swim step bustle insert
• Fenders: (2) for tender (about 2 ft.), (2) for Jet Skis (1.25 ft.), (4) white with nylon rope (5 ft.), (2) white hard rubber balls
• Fender cuffs: (6) for cap rail, (2) for fashion boards, (6) for bow cap
• Heaving Lines: 75’ with removable (1) monkey’s fist
• Anchor chain: 5/8” stud link galvanized steel, 400’ starboard, 400’ port, ABS certified
• Anchors: (2) Davis Anchor Talon HHP 500 stainless steel, 530-lb.
• Hawse pipe/anchor plate: Stainless steel, mirror-polished anchor plates for protection of hull, includes stem plate
An exclusion list will be provided at the time of sale, upon written request.