The design of the Yacht will be based on concepts, which have a proven track record of efficient and trouble free operation and performance of hull same configuration shipyard standards, constructions, materials, equipment and machineries to be used in all solutions whenever possible, but standards will, however, meet with approval of the Classification Society.
The design, construction and outfitting of the vessel to comply with the following standards, if not otherwise stated:
- Contractor‟s Material Standards approved by Employer
- Contractor‟s Work Procedure Standards approved by Employer
- I.E.C. Publication No. 92 – Electrical Installation in Ships
- Int. Standard ISO 8501-1 for painting preparation
- Test requirements for the type approval of control and electrical equipment.
Subcontractors to be allowed to apply their standards (design, materials, construction and workmanship) provided that such standards comply with Contractor‟s standards and this specification. In general, standards will meet with authorities‟ and Employer‟s approval. Navigation and Communication Equipment
The navigation and communication equipment on the vessel will consist of:
(1) GPS compass with one master compass and repeaters to auto-pilot, radar sets, and satellite navigation, electronic chart system etc. as well as a repeater at the helmsman position (manual steering)
(2) Magnetic compass with deflector reading to the helmsman's position
(3) Auto-pilot with interface to GPS compass with unlimited course pre-selection and one "Rate of turn" indicator to be included.
(4) IPS600 colour display with indicators as per Volvo Penta IPS600 system
(5) One daylight radar set:
- One (1) set X-band, 3cm wave length ARPA radar with scanner, transceiver, minimum 26" LCD display, with true motion unit, electronic bearing line, interference rejecter and plotting aid performance monitor.
(6) GPS Satellite Navigation equipment set complete with GPS compass and log interface including connection to auto-pilot
(7) Heave, trim and list measuring unit
(8) Speed log, doppler type with transducer and sea valve. Display unit providing speed in knots and distance.
(9) One (1) set of electronic chart system
(10) Echo-sounder with recorder and colour screen in wheelhouse and transmitter/receiver installed as recommend. Scale ranges 0-40 and with audio-visual depth alarm. Seawater temperature to be included in the recorder.
(11) One set AIS (Automated Information System) Transponder system
(12) SOLAS approved communication equipment according to GMDSS Rules (Guidelines as stated in ISO 8468) for navigation in area A1, power supplied from the emergency switchboard and with all antennas and other necessary accessories included, consisting of:
- 2 x VHF with DSC
- 1 x VHF DSC watch receiver for Ch. 70
- 1 x NAVTEX receiver
- 1 x Two-tone alarm for 2181 kHz
- 1 x MF/HF Transmitter/Receiver 400 W for DSC, NBDP radiotelephony, incl. general radio communication
- 1 INMARSAT-C with SSA, incl. 1 fax and 2 satellite phones
- 1 x GPS system
- 1 x VDR system
(13) Emergency Radio equipment consisting of:
- 2 x portable VHF GMDSS
- 1 x SART
Wooden floor will be applied on all decks in the accommodation including bridge and cabins. In the engine control room – aluminum removable covers to be applied.
Wooden covering on exterior decks to be applied.
Deck surfaces in toilets, galley to be covered with 10 mm thick non-skid ceramic tiles (granite type). Shower areas to be countersunk. Floors will have inclination towards scuppers at normal trim of vessel.
Mineral wool insulation to be provided for accommodation to guard against extremely high and low temperatures, and for protection against fire and noise.
The thickness of the insulation is to comply with regulations for insulations against heat, cold, fire and noise, as applicable