Technical Specification

Zuza Vessel Specification

  • 72′ 0″ (22m) x 16′ 4″ (5m) x 6′ 1″ (1.87m)
  • Displacement 43.000 kg half load
  • MCA Category 0 for 12 including crew (unlimited range)
  • Two double guest cabins and two twin berth cabins for eight guests, two showers and two toilets; separate crew berths and bathroom facilities. New wheelhouse with seating for 10
  • Fuel 7000 litres (1540 gallons, 4000 nm under power)
  • Fresh water 1500 litres (340 gallons) :: Reverse osmosis HRO desalination plant (60 litres per hour)
  • Main engines: 2 x STEYR Marine Diesel Engines, 150hp @ 2500 rpm
  • Cruising speed 8 to 11 knots :: 2 x ZF63-1 gearboxes – 2:1 reduction
  • 22.5 kw Onan generator + Main engines have Integrated Flywheel Generators (IFG) 220 volt, 50hz, 4kw
  • One x 2 ton hydraulic windlass with 2 x gypsies and 2 x warping heads
  • Whitlock Mamba steering and autopilot Sailing Gear :: Procter mast – section 1495 – spars, boom, spinnaker pole etc
  • Mainsail (Harken, Fully Battoned 2012) with Lazy Jacks
  • Self-tacking Staysail
  • Reckman 7000 manual furler
  • Yankee, Storm Jib
  • 4000 ft Tri Radial 1.0oz Spinnaker
  • 3 x Arco Hutton 24v primary winches for main sheets + harken
  • Hydraulic capstans for winching anchors and sails
  • 2 x pneumatic shaft brakes
  • 2 x 1 ton warping drum and 2 x 50 kg Bruce anchors
  • Hydraulic power pack, clutch driven off main engine

Navigation and Communication

  • Simrad AP 20 autopilot interfaced with Fluxgate compass
  • Simrad speed log and wind instruments
  • Echopilot forward facing sonar
  • Koden 42m radar
  • Seiwa and Garmin GPS / chartplotters
  • ICOM DSC VHF radio
  • ICOM M-710 SSB
  • Vodafone mobile phone plus Inmarsat telephone/fax available
  • PC with electronic charts

Safety

  • Life-raft: 2 x 12 man with hydrostatic release, EPIRB and SART
  • Life belts and jackets
  • Fire extinguishers and pyrotechnics throughout vessel
  • Tender: 4.2m Valiant inflatable with 30 hp Honda outboard
  • First Aid Kits

Please note that, due to insurance and customer requests, the entire vessel (including the tender) is now No Smoking. You must be ashore to smoke.

DID YOU KNOW?

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