Displacement steel hull. Gross tonnage 812 tons. LATITUDE displays an art-deco transatlantic style with 6 double staterooms, Owner's stateroom with balconies, full beam sky lounge and elevator for all decks. Built to Lloyd’s & LY2. Iconic charter yacht in outstanding condition. UNIQUE OPORTUNITY!
For further enquiries, please feel free to contact: Antoine Larricq by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at +33 6 78 63 61 72.
LATITUDE is inspired with a contemporary art deco flair reflecting the ambiance and grandeur of the TRANSATLANTIC ocean liners of the 1920’s and the 1930’s. Materials used are Mahogany, Cherry-wood, Macassar, Ebony, Teak, unpolished-Glass, Galuchat, and Leather … perfectly manufactured and laid by fitting-out company Artline.
LATITUDE has a perfect lay out providing the best possible circulation for guests and service for the crew. With her exceptional volume (812 GT) and beam (10.4m) for a 52m yacht the comfort is comparable to a 60m yacht. LATITUDE has become an “Iconic” charter yacht praised by many of her repeat clients, and celebrities. She is also the perfect private family yacht. LATITUDE was the first yacht to join the prestigious “La Belle Classe” label of the Monaco Yacht Club.
Type: Displacement Motor Yacht
Builder: Azimut-Benetti S.p.A.
Naval Architect: Azimut-Benetti S.p.A.
Exterior Design: Stefano Natucci
Interior Design: Mauro Izzo
Flag: Cayman Islands
Classification: Lloyd’s Register of Shipping Malta Cross 100A1 SSC Yacht Mono G6, LMC, RINA LY2/MC & ISM compliant
Guest accommodations: 12 guests in 6 staterooms
Crew accommodations: 13 crew in 7 cabins + Captain’s cabin double
Construction: Steel hull, aluminium superstructure & teak decks
LOA: 170’6” 52.00m
LWL: 142’4” 43.40m
Beam: 34’1” 10.40m
Draft: 11’06” 3.50m
Gross tonnage: 812 tons
Displacement light ship: 588 tons
Displacement half load: 695 tons
Displacement full load: 775 tons
Fuel tanks: 120,000 litres 31,700 US gallons
Fuel day tank: 9,650 litres 2,549 US gallons
Overflow fuel tank: 1,200 litres 317 US gallons
Water tanks: 22,000 litres 4,811 US gallons
Clean oil tank: 1,500 litres 396 US gallons
Waste oil tank: 1,500 litres 396 US gallons
Sludge tank: 1,300 litres 343 US gallons
Sewage tank: 5,185 litres 1,370 US gallons
Grey water tank: 4,385 litres 1,092 US gallons
Main engines: (2) Caterpillar 3512B DITA 1380kW (1850Hp) @1600 rpm
Engine hours: Port: 5742 hours (September 2017)
StBd: 5705 hours (September 2017)
Maximum speed: 14,5 knots
Cruising speed: 13 knots @ 1400 RPM
Range eco speed: 4,500 Nautical Miles @ 12 knots @ 1200 RPM
Consumption cruising speed: 365 L/H
Propellers: (2) fixed 5-blades Detra
Propellers shaft: (2) Marinox 143mm, water lubricated bearings, V-brackets
Gear boxes: ZF BW 7540G, reduction 3:96
Cathodic protection: (1) forward & (2) Aft sea chest Cathelco & zinc Anodes
Main generators: Northern Lights (1) 200 kW + (1) 155 kW 380V/50Hz
Generator hours: Port: 9365 hours (September 2017)
StBd: 13163 hours (September 2017)
Emergency generator: (1) 90 kW
Shore transformer: SAE 150kVA 380V/400V/415V
Shore power cable: 45m 250 Amp
Main power system: 380 VAC 50Hz, 3 phases with Neutral Low power equipment
Lighting: 24/230 VAC 50Hz, 1 phase
Emergency lighting: 24V DC Battery system
Alarms and communications: 24V DC Battery system
Battery chargers Mastervolt:
(2) main engines start battery chargers (Mastervolt 24/50)
(2) generator start battery chargers (Mastervolt 24/25)
(2) service battery chargers (Mastervolt 24/100)
(1) radio battery charger (Mastervolt 24/50)
(2) emergency battery chargers (Mastervolt 24/100)
(1) emergency fire pump battery charger (Mastervolt 24/10)
(1) emergency gen start battery charger (Mastervolt 24/50)
Steering system: (2) steering rams connected to rudderstocks & connecting rod
Steering controls: steering wheel in the wheelhouse, electric tiller on each wing-station & emergency steering wheel in the tender garage
Rudders: twin spade stainless steel rudders
Bow thruster: Vosper 140 kW VT 140
Stabilizers: (4) pair NAIAD zero speed stabilisers (cofferdam)
Watermakers: (2) Idromar MC13S 14400 l/day each
Watermakers hours: Idromar 01:3266 hours / 02: 3263 hours (August 2017)
Water pressure system: (2) centrifugal pumps 380 V / 3 ph / 50 Hz, 6000 lt/h at 3.5 Bar (2) 20 litre accumulators
Water boilers: (2) 300 litres stainless steel, 9 kw heating elements & (2) hot water circulating pumps
(1) centrifugal electric pump 4,4 m3/hour
(9) outlets garage, main/bridge/fore/sun deck
Condaria -, 1 440 000 BTU/hour,
reverse cycle hot/chilled water circulation
(2) chilled water units
(5) air handler units, renew (6) time air volume / hour
(41) fan coils
Ventilation engine room: (2) supply 7.5kW & (2) extractors 5.5kW per main engine
Ventilation galley: high capacity extraction fan
Ventilation sanitaire: (16) extraction fan system
Compressed air system: (2) air compressors of inlet flow 440 l/min at max 9 bars
Compressed air outlet: (10) outlets
(4) Naiad stabilisers
(1) Motomar Aft (garage door/crane, passerelle)
(1) Motomar midship (side boarding ladder)
(1) Motomar forward (rescue tender crane)
Fuel separator system:
Alfa Laval MAB 103 0.9m3/h
(3) Racor filter per ME & (2) per GEN + emergency generator
Fuel transfer pumps:
(1) electrical self-priming & (1) hand operated pump
Tender refuelling: on reel in garage
Oil/water separator: DVZ 0.3 m3/h
Sewage treatment: (3) vacuum pump
Hamann treatment capacity 1.0m3/h U.S.C.G. approved
WC’s system: (16) JETS toilets
Under water lights: (12) Ul Ti Mate
Guest elevator: from tank to sun deck, with custom wheelchair
Service elevator: main deck to sun deck bar
Jacuzzi: on sun deck
Safe: Captain’s cabin, Owner’s stateroom and each guest
Electric barbecue: on the sun deck
Whirlpool bath & steam shower: Owner’s bathroom
SAFETY & SECURITY EQUIPMENT
CCTV Cameras Panasonic colour, installation as per ISPS
(2) fix main deck
(4) remote controlled with zoom (ER, Aft deck & mast)
(2) master monitor bridge & owner’s cabin
(1) slave monitor crew mess
service bell system (8) call points
search light Sanshin HR-1012
(6) watertight bulkhead
(8) watertight doors lower & tank deck
(36) immersions suits
(4) 16-man life raft SOLAS RFD with HRU
(4) life buoys (life line/lights/smoke)
(31) + (3) XXL adult life jackets
(7) children life jackets
(2) radar transponder Sailor SART 2
(1) EPIRB Kannad ACR406
(2) self-priming electric bilge/fire pumps 380V/3ph/50Hz
(1) fixed diesel emergency bilge/fire pump 9kW
(16) fire hydrants, hoses & nozzles
(2) fire blankets in galley
galley hood fixed Co2 installation
engine room water mist fire-extinguishing system Ultrafog
accommodation water mist fire-extinguishing system Ultrafog
(6) breathing apparatus & (2) fireman’s outfit2
(35) portable extinguishers
CAT 1 medical kit & certificate
bridge fire alarm system Autronica connected with manual alarm system throughout
integrated monitoring & alarm system (PLC) tank levels, tank alarms, bilge alarms, main engines, generator sets, gear boxes
heat/smoke detector throughout guest/crew/technical area
common alarm system in control room with repeater in crew mess and engineer cabin
manned Engine room ECR
ELECTRONICS AND NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT
Integrated bridge with (8) Hattland interchangeable display screens and (1) Caterpilllar engine control screen. 2014 refit: installation of Dual Transas ECDIS navigation system and new Transas X-Band Radar.
X-band radar Transas, Furuno 96 NM, ARPA interface
X-band radar Sperry mod. 96 NM, ARPA interface
Echosounder: JRC colour echosounder model JFC 130
GPS: (2) MX Marine MX 420
Plotter: (2) Transas Navisailor 4000 ECDIS compliant
AIS: Transas integrated to chart system
Wind instruments: Brookes & Gatehouse HYDRA 2000
Log: Sperry e.m. speed log NAVIKNOT III FNF I-Yacht 73474
w/o console frame
Gyrocompass: Gyrocompass Sperry Marine NAVIGAT X MK1
Autopilot: Autopilot Sperry AD II/G-TMC
Magnetic compass: Magnetic compass Jupiter 73436-2843
Navtex: JRC NCR 333
Others: Clock – Barometer – Thermometer - Flag locker
Bridge navigational watch alarm system (BNWAS)
Latitude communications equipment upgrade in 2013 included a Fleet broadband FB250 system and a 2nd VSAT antenna dome on the mast to allow for un-interrupted internet communications at all times.
(2) VHF Sailor RT 5020 DSC Duplex GMDSS
(4) VHF Sailor C4900
(2) portable VHF’s Sailor SP 3300 GMDSS
Sailor HC 4500
Telex Sailor TT 3606 E
Inmarsat FB250 Fleet Broadband
Satcom Inmarsat C Sailor TT 3020C
(2) Seatel TV Satellite antennas
(2) VSAT Internet antennas
Panasonic programmable automatic switchboard KX-TDA 100.
external connections to Satellites, GSM phones & external shore line
Wi-Fi is accessible throughout
20 outlets with Cat 5 cables
(28) Panasonic standard slim line type telephones
(2) Panasonic programmable desk type telephones
(5) Siemens cordless telephones
(1) Panasonic door telephone
(1) Fax machine compatible with satellite and GSM equipment
Intercom and magneto phonic telephones to/from:
- engine control room
- lazarette emergency steering station
Computer: Laptop with IDEA software, charts updates & ECDIS
Printer: HP colour, fax, scanner & WIFI port
CONTROL STATION BRIDGE & WINGS
steering wheel, rudder, bowthruster, horn, main engines throttles, main engines RPM gauges, main engine start and emergency stop push buttons, rudder angle indicator
horn, bowthruster, rudder, main engine throttles, rudder angle indicator, emergency stop push button, main engines RPM gauges
AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT
The extensive audio/visual upgrade in 2013 provided a state of the art Audio Visual system with endless capabilities that have kept the vessel fully up to date with technology which included the upgrading of all MEC (main equipment centre) equipment – Crestron processors, Cisco switches and kartina TV receivers.
All public areas and cabins (14 areas) were upgraded with new LED TV’s, new Denon AV receivers (AVR 2313), Local Crestron control system, I-Pad 2 remote control pads with custom design interface and Crestron docking stations for complete area control, Apple TV in all areas, Dream media satellite receivers.
The Kaleidescape Movie/Music server with over 1000 films is accessible independently from all cabins and public areas.
Every area around the vessel has a music call system which allows for music to be played through the whole vessel either independently or as a whole.
6 induction electric range with hot plate Miele
two convection ovens Zanussi
exhaust hood over range variable speed fans
Miele microwave oven
refrigerator/freezer - refrigerator: 75%/freezer: 25%
sink in stainless steel
two food warming lights
Main deck pantry:
wine cellar 70 bottles Eurocave
sink in stainless steel
ice maker Scotsman
under counter fridge
Bridge deck pantry:
microwave oven Miele
sink in stainless steel
External & interior bar:
sink in stainless steel
ice maker Scotsman
standard size under counter fridge Miele
sink in stainless-steel
domestic fridge Miele
dish washer Miele
Laundry (tank deck):
(3) Miele professional washing machines
(3) Miele professional drying machines
double stainless-steel sink
(2) wine cellar 120 bottles Eurocave
walk-in fridge & freezer
TENDERS AND TOYS
(1) tender Whitmarsh 7.1m inboard 260 HP Yanmar engine (2013 year, approx. 200 hours)
(1) Rescue tender MOB
(2) personal water crafts jet ski Seadoo, 300, 2016
Large set of life vests and wet suits (adult & children)
ANCHOR MOORING SYSTEM & CRANES
Anchor: (2) 225kgs SEC anchors
Anchor windlass: (2) Nanni 8,8kW
Capstans: (2) Nanni 4kW
Chain: Poseidon Ø 20,5mm, PtSd7/StBd5 shackles, length: 190/135m
Garage crane: Motomar electro/hydraulic duty rotating Max. 2,000 kg
Rescue tender crane: Motomar electro/hydraulic quick release hook
Passerelle: Motomar, hydraulic adjustable both in height and angle
Side ladder: Motomar, hydraulic adjustable in height
Marquip: manual boarding pilot ladder PtSd & StBd
Aft Main Deck
The spacious aft deck, hidden from public eyes on the dock, welcomes guests on board with a large al fresco sofa for 8 and two low tables. On the starboard side, a staircase leads down to the Beach Club, the Garage and the Swim Platform.
Further forward on the starboard sidewalk, a staircase leads up to the Aft Bridge-Deck and sky-lounge.
From the Aft-deck an automatic sliding door opens to the main saloon giving onto bar area with loose furniture. Two steps down to the Main Saloon, the contemporary art deco sofas and armchairs comfortably welcome 12 guests, the large windows on both sides provide the saloon with plenty of natural light. A rise and fall 50” LED TV (system with movie server/apple TV) incorporated into the sculptural wooden furniture separates the saloon from the dining room.
The dining room welcomes 4 to 14 guests around two inlaid veneer tables that can be assembled to create a larger formal dining area. The mirror ceiling and the huge backlit glass feature enhance the art deco theme and provide this dining area with an exquisite feeling of refinement.
Forward of the Dining Room, a sweeping staircase leads to upper and lower decks. The glass panelled elevator serves all five decks from the wine-cellar on tank-deck up to the Sun Deck. The Foyer also includes a day head and side entry access.
Main deck forward, the full beam Master Stateroom with facing forward king size bed, is built with structural private balconies each accessible through sliding doors.
The bathroom is accessed through ‘his’ and ‘hers’ dressing rooms, it is fully equipped with washbasins on each side of the bathtub/Jacuzzi, one large massage shower, one vanity table and a separate toilets/bidet.
Aft of Owner’s Stateroom is the Owner’s study, with a beautiful leather/lacquered Makassar ebony wood desk and armchairs. Huge portholes provide a fabulous sea view.
The two largest Guest Cabins aft-amidships with queen-size beds are strictly identical, with desk and sofa, walk-in wardrobe and ensuite bathroom.
The third double bed cabin forward to starboard side with its own ensuite bathroom and hanging wardrobe is perfectly sized.
The fourth cabin is equipped with twin beds plus a pullman bed, making this cabin a perfect place for children, nannies or personal staff.
All cabins are decorated in the same spirit, smooth beige carpet and cherry wood furniture. Each is fitted with a flat screen TV, hidden behind an electrically operated rise and fall mirror. All cabins receive plenty of natural light from the oval portholes.
BRIDGE DECK & SUN DECK
The Sky-lounge is accessible aft of the foyer and forward of the alfresco dining table.
Being full-beam, it has a fantastic sea view, decorated in the same fashion as the main deck. It accommodates a comfortable sofa, armchairs, games table and aft-facing bar to port. A TV flat screen slides horizontally from the forward bulkhead. The Service pantry is forward of the bar to portside.
The beautiful formal alfresco oval table can easily seat 12 guests and is in a recessed area, well protected from the winds with side glass protection and fashioned with white curtains allowing for stylish candle dinner when sailing or at anchor. There are also sofas and low tables aft of the deck.
Located on the starboard midship of the Bridge-Deck, this cabin has a fabulous view over the sea, creating a real feeling of space and luxury. The huge ensuite bathroom receives plenty of natural light.
The navigation bridge is also inspired by transatlantic liners and designed to be fully adapted for commercial use. The main navigation console is centrally fitted, for easy electronics access, maintenance and visibility, the red leather raised sofa is an invitation for guest spend time in the bridge. Two working desk each side of the bridge and a aft chart/navigation desk with (2) Hattland display screen and CCTV monitoring screen make this bridge area exceptional for such size yacht.
Aft portside there is the Captain ensuite cabin with working desk and to starboard aft the purser office separate the bridge from the bridge deck foyer.
Guests access this exceptionally large Sun Deck from the Bridge-Deck, by portside stairway or elevator (separate staircase for crew).
The Sun Deck features three specific areas:
To starboard side an open shower and day-head. Further aft there is a round table for eight and an aft facing sofa.
Galley & Pantries
Forward of the dining room, the galley has direct access to both main and Bridge-Deck pantries. The galley is professionally laid out with commercial appliances. Each pantry (Sun-Deck, Bridge-Deck & Main-Deck) is connected by crew staircase and dumb-waiter. The pantry allows a separation between the galley and the dining room. All pantries are fully equipped for service.
Lower deck forward is dedicated to the crew with generous crew mess to starboard. Tank deck welcomes 6th crew cabin, fridge/freezer room, laundry, impressive dry-storage and wine cellar.
LATITUDE is continually maintained and upgraded to the highest standards with a very generous budget:
2011 new hull paint
2013 new custom built Whitmarsh 7.1-meter tender commissioned to fit the exact garage size
2013 new paint superstructure
2013/2014 extensive AV & communications upgrade
2013/2014 addition of a second VSAT & TVRO antenna
2013/2014 installation of Fleet broadband 250
2014 “Hair Salon” on tank-deck converted to a wine storage cave with two wine fridges
2014 re-design and upgrade of all soft furnishings on the bridge deck and sundeck in winter
2014 re-design and installation of a new sun shade system on the Sun-Deck
2015 sandblasting & re-coating water tanks
2015 new design and fitting out of the beach club in the tender garage
2015 all guest & crew cabins fitted with brand new custom made-to-size luxury mattresses
2015 new seals stabilisers
2015 all teak decks re-caulked and sanded
2016 new shafts & bearings
2016 sandblasting & re-coating fuel tanks
2016 extensive main engines overhauls StBd rebuilt from pistons & liners and above, PtSd top-end
List of exclusions available on request.
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.