|W 105 Ketch
|LOA||32.00 m||104.99 ft|
|Length Waterline||25.20 m||82.68 ft|
|Beam||7.10 m||23.29 ft|
|Draft||3.50 m||11.48 ft|
|Displacement||103,500 kg||102 ton|
|Ballast||38,000 kg||37 ton|
|Ballast Ratio||38%|| |
|Sail Area||427.70 sqm||4,604 sqft|
|Mainsail||189.60 sqm||2041 sqft|
|Foretriangle||157.60 sqm||1696 sqft|
|I||33.30 m||109.25 ft|
|J||11.20 m||36.74 ft|
|P||30.70 m||100.72 ft|
|E||10.80 m||35.43 ft|
|Sail Area / Displ 2/3||20.38|| |
|Sail Area / Wetted Area||2.78|| |
|Dellenbaugh Angle||10.0º|| |
The hull, deck and superstructure is of welded aluminium construction from marine grade 5083 H321 aluminium plate and 6061 T6 aluminium extrusion. The hull, deck and superstructure are built to Det norske Veritas Letter of Compliance covering hull, deck, superstructure and enclosures.
The ballast consists of approximately 38 000 kg of lead, cast into a fabricated aluminium bulb and bolted to the keel stub with SAF 2205 stainless steel keel bolts.
Watertight bulkheads are located at the forward end of the crew accommodation and at the aft end of the owner’s stateroom. The engine room retains its watertight integrity with bulkheads at each end and a watertight deckhead. Access to the engine room is via a watertight door through the forward bulkhead.
All exterior surfaces are filled, faired and finish coated with Awlgrip products in accordance with US Paints’ specification.
Black and Grey waste tanks are built into the keel stub. Fuel and water tanks are built into the hull on each side of the engine room with a total fuel capacity of approximately 9 000 L and a total water capacity of 4 500 L.
A polished stainless steel bar is fitted to an aluminium extrusion, welded to the outside of the topsides shell, slightly below side deck level.
The fully skeg-hung rudder is of welded construction from marine grade 5083 H321 aluminium plate. It has a solid aluminium stock housed in two Nyloil bearings.
Two 80 kg custom-made stainless steel plough anchors are launched from a concealed stainless steel over-centre anchor roller below deck at the bow. Each anchor is connected by stud link chain to a hydraulically-powered under-deck windlass at approximately Station 1.
The foredeck, side decks, aft deck, cockpit areas, forward and aft coachroofs and deckhouse roof are finished in 16 mm quartersawn teak planks, approximately 50 mm wide and payed with black caulking compound.
Closures include 19 D-ended stainless steel portholes with stainless steel deadlights, 10 Gebo opening portlights and 12 Gebo deck hatches. The deckhouse screen is in flat panes of chemically toughened glass.
Deck fittings include eight polished stainless steel mooring cleats, eight polished stainless steel fairleads and four polished stainless steel dorade vents.
Sails include Mainsail, Genoa, Staysail, Masthead Spinnaker, Mizzen, Mizzen Staysail, Trisail, and Storm jib.
The main mast is built of aluminium with four sets of spreaders and discontinuous rod standing rigging. The mizzen is also of aluminium, with three sets of spreaders and discontinuous rod rigging. Both mainsail and mizzen are hydraulically furled into the aluminium booms. Both genoa and staysail are furled using Reckman hydraulic furlers.
A carbon fibre spinnaker pole is stowed up the mast when not in use.
Hydraulic captive winches located at the base of main mast and mizzen mast are used for mainsail and mizzen. All other halyards are led to deck-mounted hydraulic winches, three at the base of each mast. There are two pairs of hydraulic sheet winches and one pair of manual winches at the cockpit.
Main auxiliary propulsion is provided by a Lugger 6125A 460 hp marine diesel engine driving a hydraulic Hundested variable pitch propeller.
Power generation is provided by two Northern Lights 30 kW generators. The electrical system provides for both marina connections and mechanical charging using a Atlas Shorpower converter and a Mass battery charger. 230V outlets and systems are supplied from a Mass 230V Power Inverter.
Fully retractable Maxpower hydraulic thrusters are fitted to bow and stern at approximately Stations 1 and 9.
The central steering station in the cockpit has a 1350 mm diameter teak and polished stainless steel wheel driving a Wagner power assisted steering system. This system may be controlled by the wheel in the cockpit or by the autopilot joystick controls located at the navigation station.
The yacht is fully air conditioned with a total air handler capacity of 120 000 BTU.
An automated fire detection and extinguishing system is fitted to the engine room. Smoke detectors are fitted in each cabin, living space and machinery space with portable extinguishers distributed around the vessel.
The galley is fitted with a four-burner stainless steel gas stove/oven, electric extraction system, microwave oven, two refrigerators, two freezers, icemaker, dishwasher, waste disposer and trash compactor. A 1200 gal/day desalination watermaker supplies the domestic-pressure fresh water system for continuous hot and cold water. The water closets and accompanying treatment system is by Microphor. A combination clothes washer/drier is located in the crew accommodation forward. The quartz-halogen interior light fittings are Forcato or equivalent with individual transformers.
NAVIGATION AND COMMUNICATION ELECTRONICS
The electronics system includes full Brookes and Gatehouse instrument system with repeaters, Robertson autopilot with repeaters, Furuno radar, weatherfax and GPS with repeaters and interface to MaxSea chart plotting and voyage planning system and Furuno VHF and SSB radiotelephone. The Saturn M Satcom with fax and telephone facilities is interfaced with a Panasonic telephone exchange which is connected to telephones in every cabin and living area. A Cellular telephone link is interfaced with this system. A C-Plath autopilot and gyrocompass interfaces with the power assisted steering system. A PC sum of NZD 20 000 is allowed for television and entertainment systems.