The yacht is powered by 2 x 320HP marine engines, allowing us to cruise at an average speed of 10 knots across Indonesia.
What about Safety equipment on board?
*Liferafts: 2 x 25 pax, 125% of the capacity of guest and crew members.
*Hydrostatic release unit for Liferafts: 2x
*Liferings: 4 x with self-igniting lights and floating rope
*MOB: 1x Man Over board, MOB is DSC Transmitter ensuring your position is sent out to AIS Receivers and Chartplotters within a 5 mile Radius, Automatic activation with contact in water and attached to one life ring.
*Lifejackets: 125% of the capacity of guest and crew members.
*Line showing apparatus: Rocket launching gun with rope.
*Parachutes distress rockets: 12x
*Red hand-held flares: 8x
*Hand -held Smoke Signals: 4x
*Sart: Search and rescue trasponder: 1x
*Two Way Radio telephony: 2x
*Ordinary radios 27CH: 6x
*VHF Radio: 1x
*Satellite phone: 1x Iridium Go!
*Epirb (An Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon or EPIRB is used to alert search and rescue services in the event of an emergency. It does this by transmitting a coded message via the free to use, multinational Cospas Sarsat network. A 406 MHz distress frequency signal is sent via satellite and earth stations to the nearest rescue co-ordination centre.)
*GPS: 1 x Garmin, 1 x Furuno, 1x Maxi marine charts
*Ais: An automatic tracking system that uses transponders on ships and is used by vessel traffic services (VTS). When satellites are used to detect AIS signatures, the term Satellite-AIS (S-AIS) is used. AIS information supplements marine radar, which continues to be the primary method of collision avoidance for water transport.
*Echo sounding device: 2x Bow and stern
*Main fire pump: 1x
*Emergency pump: 1 x Honda Alkon 2 inch
*Water metal pipe from main pump to bow: 1x
*Water hose domestic: 2x
*Fire detection device: 1 x corridor. 1 x saloon
*Fire blanket: 2 x in kitchen
*Fire extinguishers: 7 x positioned on strategic locations along the boat