CV-9
131' (39.93m) DELTA
LOA: 131' 0" (39.93m)
Beam: 28' 6" (8.69m)
Draft: Max 8' 5" (2.57m)
Speed:
Cruising 12 knots
Maximum 16 knots
Location: Rhode Island, United States
Year: Mfg-1995
Model-1995
Refit-2013
Builder: DELTA
Type:
Motor Yacht
Displacement
Price: $8,500,000 USD
Additional Specifications For CV-9:
LOA: 131' 0" (39.93m)
Beam: 28' 6" (8.69m)
Min Draft:
Max Draft: 8' 5" (2.57m)
Hull Material: GRP
Hull Config: Full Displacement
Hull Designer:
Deck Material: GRP
Tonnage: 322
Range: 4,200 Miles
Int Designer: Glade Johnson
Ext Designer: Delta Marine
Fuel Capacity: 9,960 g (37,703 l)
Water Capacity: 2,500 g (9,464 l)
Holding Tank: 200 g (757 l)
Flag: Marshall Islands
Location: Newport, Rhode Island United States
Price: $8,500,000 USD
Year: Mfg-1995 Model-1995
Refit-2013
Builder: DELTA
Model:
Type:
Motor Yacht
Displacement
Top: Open
Speed:
Cruising 12 knots
Max 16 knots
Engines: 1410 HP, Twin, Inboard, Diesel, 3508, Caterpillar
Staterooms: 5
Sleeps: 11
Heads: 6
Crew Quarters: 4
Crew Berths: 8
Captain Cabin: Yes
Classifications:
MCA: None ISM: Yes
Detailed Specifications

 

 

 

 

BASIC DETAILS

 

 

 

 

Name

CV-9

Type

Motor Yacht

Builder

Delta Marine

Year

1995

LOA

131’00”

(39.93m)

LWL

126‘00”

(38.4m)

Beam

28’06”

(7.92m)

Draft

8’05”

(2.57m)

Freeboard

6’22”

(2.57m)

Clearance Height

42’00”

(12.8m)

Hull Material

GRP (Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic)

Superstructure

GRP

Decks

GRP

Flag

Marshall Islands

Classification

RINA

 

ISM Compliant

Styling

Custom Tri-Deck

Exterior Designer/Stylist

Delta Marine

Interior Designer

Glade Johnson

Main Engines

2 x Caterpillar 3508 @1,410 HP/1,556 KW Total

Max Speed

16 knots

Cruising Speed

12 knots

Range

4,200 nm

Stabilizers

Quantum Zero Speed (2006)

Gross Tonnage

322

Guest Accommodations

11 (1 Pullman)

 

Master, 2X Double Stateroom, 2X Twin Stateroom (plus 1 pullman)

Crew Accommodation

8 (7 + 1 if Capt. Team)

 

 

 

 

PROVEN CAPABILITIES

 

 

 

 

CV-9 is a true global cruiser. Since February 2008 she has logged over 136,000 nm navigating the below regions with her current owner of 16 years. – all on her own bottom:

 

· The Great lakes and Canadian Maritimes

 

· South America, rounded Cape Horn

 

· The Caribbean, including the Dutch ABC’s and Los Roques of Venezuela

 

· Pacific Central America, Mexico

 

· British Columbia to Southeast Alaska

 

· South Pacific to Southeast Asia

 

· Oceana, entire east coast of Australia and in New Zealand, circumnavigated the North Island of NZ

 

· Northwest coast of Africa, the Cape Verdes Islands

 

· The Mediterranean and the Adriatic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WALKTHROUGH

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CV-9 is a trideck motor yacht built in fiberglass and composite construction. Features five guest cabins in total with Master state room on the main deck and four cabins on the lower deck. Captain’s cabin is located on the bridge deck level and there are three crew cabins below deck and forward for a total of 7, or 8, if the Captain shares their cabin with a significant other.

 

 

 

Main Deck

 

Aft deck: the main deck is full walk around and is entered on either port or starboard side, or on the stern up the stairs on port side, or the full length passarelle on starboard side. Main deck aft has a dining table on center, wet bar on the port side and seating across the stern. The foyer is entered through double automatic sliding doors. Mid ships on starboard side is the entrance to the foyer, on port side is the entrance to the galley.

 

 

 

Salon: entering the aft deck are stairs leading down to the lower guest cabins. Moving forward is the seating area and forward again is the main dining area. Port side of the dining area is a service door from the service pantry, starboard side leads to the foyer and stairs to the bridge deck level. Moving further forward leads to the master cabin.

 

 

 

Master Cabin: entering there is a desk on starboard side, to port is the head with double wash basins, walk in shower and separate water closet with bidet. Forward, but facing aft, is the king size master berth. To starboard of the berth is a make-up vanity.

 

 

 

 

 

Galley: located on main deck port side mid-ship. Just aft of the galley is the service pantry which has a door leading into the dining area. From the galley you can access the main deck on port side and there are also stairs leading to the crew quarters from the galley.

 

 

 

Lower Deck

 

Guest cabins: leading down from the main salon the stairs bring you to the lower deck guest cabin foyer. In the foyer on starboard side is a washer/dryer, automatic sheet roller and service storage. Forward to port is a cabin with queen size berth and head with shower. The starboard forward cabin features twin berths and head with shower. The port aft cabin is the VIP cabin with queen berth and head with bath tub; this cabin is slightly larger. On port aft side is another twin berth cabin with pullman bunk on the inboard side, the head is fitted with a shower.

 

 

 

Crew quarters: are accessed via stairs from the galley on main deck. Upon entry on starboard is the engineer’s cabin with upper and lower berths and head with shower. On starboard side opposite the engineer’s cabin is the control room and main electrical switch panel. Moving forward to starboard is the crew dining area with seating for eight. Opposite the crew mess is the laundry room. Forward of the laundry on port side is a crew pantry for drinks and dry stores. Moving forward again are crew cabins to port and starboard, both with upper and lower berths and full heads with independent showers. Below the crew quarters there is lots of storage for spare parts and crew items.

 

 

 

Bridge Deck

 

 

 

Pilot House: is entered from stairs leading up from the lower deck guest foyer port side. The bridge offer excellent visibility and has three Stidd helm chairs for watch keepers. Behind the watch keepers’ chairs are guest seating and two tables for observation. On the port side of the bridge is a work station.

 

 

 

Day head: moving aft from the bridge on the inboard side is the bridge deck day head.

 

 

 

Captain’s Cabin: aft of the bridge is a very spacious Captain’s cabin and office. There is a very large window looking out the port side. There is a full head with shower.

 

 

 

Sky lounge: aft of the Captain’s cabin, the skylounge is full beam. To port and starboard there are huge glass windows which bring in natural light. On port side is a wet bar. The aft bulk head is a glass wall fitted with double glass sliding doors. The glass doors lead out to a lounge area which has a retractable sun awning, a round teak table and chairs. There are stairs on the port side leading up to the sundeck. The aft portion of this deck stores the two tenders and two wave runners. There are davits on both port and starboard side, which allows both tenders to be launched from either side.

 

 

 

Sundeck/flybridge: is accessed from stairs leading up on the port side aft corner. The aft section of the sundeck features four chaise lounges and umbrellas. Forward of the mast is a complete helm station and to port and starboard are wing stations with maneuvering controls. Under the mast is storage where guest luggage is often placed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CONSTRUCTION

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hull

GRP (Fiberglass Reinforced Plastic)

 

Superstructure

GRP

 

Decks

GRP/Teak

 

Paint

White with Navy Blue Accents

 

 

 

 

 

 

CAPACITIES

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tonnage

322 gross tons

 

Fuel Capacity

9,960 US Gallons

(37,703 liters)

 

Water Capacity

2,500 US Gallons

(9,464 liters)

 

Watermakers

6,300 US Gallons p/d

(24,000 liters p/d)

 

Lube Oil

110 US Gallons

(416 liters)

 

Waste Oil

110 US Gallons

(416 liters)

 

Waste Water

200 US Gallons

(757 liters)

 

 

 

 

Maximum Speed

16 kts

 

 

 

 

Cruising Speed

12 kts

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MAIN MACHINERY

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Main Engines

2 x Caterpillar 3508 @1410 HP/1556 KW Total

 

 

Rebuilt 2013 (4,200 hours)

 

Engine Controls

Mathers

 

Engine Mounts

Low-Rez

 

Gear Boxes

Twin Disc

 

Shafting

4.5” Aqua-met 22

 

Propellers

 

 

 

 

 

Generators & Electricity

 

 

Output

 

 

Generators

2 x Northern Lights 99KW (2009) @120 gpd

 

 

300 hours “Full Rebuild” Completed early 2016)

 

Generator Fuel Consumption

120gpd

 

Shore Power

A-Sea 90KVA Converter

 

Batteries

12VDC & 24VDC

 

Generator Start

24VDC Bank

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ANCILLARY MACHINERY

 

 

 

 

 

 

Air Conditioning

Custom Shell & Tube 30 Ton System

 

Air Compressor

Atlas Copco Scroll Oil-less Units (X2)

 

Bow Thruster

American Bow Thruster

 

Fresh Water Filters

“Spot Zero” Shore Water Reverse-osmosis treatment plant

 

Fresh Water Heaters

Torrid Marine Hot Water Heaters (two units in series)

 

Fresh Water Maker

Reverse Osmosis HEM plants (2 units @ 3150 GPD each)

 

Fresh Water Pressure System

Headhunter Mach 5 (X2)

 

Fuel Separator

Alfa Laval MMB 203

 

Fuel Filters

Separ (dual 4000 banks)

 

Oil Pumps

Haight

 

Shore Power Transformer

A-Sea

 

Sewage Treatment System

Hamann MSD Slim-Line Plant (2013)

 

Toilet System

Microphore

 

Stabilizers

Quantum Zero Speed

 

Steering System

Jastram-Hynautic Hybrid

 

Under Water Lights

Ocean LED

 

Helm/Control Stations

C-Plath

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DECK MACHINERY & EQUIPMENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anchors

Navy

 

Anchor Windlass System

Muir 7000lb (9 meters/min)

 

Aft Warping Capstans

Muir

 

Boat Crane

Nautical Structures 4000-Tel (port and starboard)

 

Passarelle

Nautical Structures

 

Accommodation Ladders

New Wave

 

Stern Boarding Gangway

New Wave

 

Spotlights

Carlisle & Finch (X2)

 

Paint Exterior

Awlgrip

 

Paint Interior

Awlgrip

 

Paint Underwater

Interlux Micron 66

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

SECURITY, FIRE FIGHTING & SAFETY EQUIPMENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

Security Equipment

 

 

CCTV

Custom

 

Monitors

Furuno

 

Ship’s Safe

X2

 

Life Rafts

2 x RFD 16 PP, 1X Viking 6 PP

 

Life Rings

 

 

EPIRBS

1 x Cat 1

 

 

1 x Cat 2

 

Flares

Multiple

 

Medical Equipment

MedLink Kits

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENTERTAINMENT & A/V EQUIPMENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

Entertainment

Kaleidescape server and players on all TVs.

 

 

Seatel TVRO (1 meter dish)

 

 

All AV upgraded in 2009 (many speakers (B&W) in 2013)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NAVIGATION SYSTEMS & COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Communication Systems

 

 

VSAT

Linkscape (1 meter Antenna and 10 watt BUC) for Internet & VoIP

 

Telephone System

Panasonic

 

SSB

ICOM

 

VHF Fixed

ICOM (X5)

 

VHF Handheld

X 5

 

Cellular Phone System

Global

 

 

 

 

Navigation Systems

 

 

 

 

 

Radar

Furuno 2117 (X2)

 

GMDSS

INMARSAT-C

 

 

Fleet Broadband (SailorFB-150 & FB-250)

 

 

HF

 

Gyrocompass

Anschutz Compact 22

 

Magnetic Compass

Ritchie

 

Auto Pilot

C-Plath

 

Depth Sounder

Furuno (X2, 1 is aft)

 

Video Sounder

Furuno

 

GPS

Leica & SIMRAD

 

Ships Computer

Shuttle X

 

Laser Plotter

 

 

Wind Indicator Station

Gill Instruments Wind-observer II (ultrasonic)

 

Speed Indicator

Furuno

 

Navtex

Furuno NX-500

 

AIS

Furuno FA-150

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

GALLEY & LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT

 

 

 

 

 

 

Main Galley Equipment

Miele Ovens, Viking Cooktop

 

Refrigeration/Freezer

Traulsen & Cospolich (Custom)

 

General Galley

“Bunn” Built in coffee makers, Wine Fridge, 2 drawer under cabinet Fridge

 

Laundry Equipment

Miele

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TENDERS & TOYS

 

 

 

 

 

 

Tenders

18’ RIB Novurania MX530DL 115HP 2013 White

 

 

13.5’ RIB Novurania 50 HP 2007 White

 

 

 

 

Jet Skis

2 x Yamaha Waverunner PWC 2008

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

REFIT NOTES

 

 

 

 

 

2009 at Delta Marine, Seattle WA.

 

Replaced both generators with Northern Lights 99KW sets (currently around 300 hours, having just been rebuilt 2016).

 

Replaced electrical switchboard with updated automated options and moved main breakers into the control room.

 

Replaced all onboard weather instruments and displays.

 

Updated the onboard WIFI network and connections to internet sources.

 

Updated the VSAT service communications gear, dish was installed in 2008. A new 1 meter antenna was installed in 2013.

 

Pulled shafts for inspections.

 

Replaced shaft coupling isolation components.

 

Completely rebuilt automatic sliding Pacific Coast Marine Doors on main deck and Skylounge deck.

 

Replaced ship’s air compressors with 2 Atlas-Copco Scroll, heavy duty, continuous, oil-less units.

 

Onboard security system was improved and updated.

 

All guest areas, overhead lighting replaced with updated, elegant, halogen, units (AC loads are not an issue on CV-9).

 

2008 replaced Gyro with Anschutz Compact 22. Sphere new April 2015.

 

2008 added a 13’ RIB Novurania Tender to carry two tenders due to cruising plans in Southern Chile.

 

2008 replaced both PWC with new Yamaha Waverunners (currently around 100hrs on each-2016).

 

Added proper wine fridge to pantry service area.

 

Replaced unused dishwasher with sub-zero dual-drawer refrigerator.

 

 

 

2010

 

Replaced all exterior teak deck with the finest Burmese teak. Work was carried out by Marine Dynamics of Auckland, New Zealand with superb results.

 

Replaced the main refrigerator/freezer (located in crew mess laundry) with custom crew designed Cospolich system gaining volume, which we also installed ourselves.

 

Replaced both watermaker plants with a crew designed and installed HEM system adding a post-production treatment filter system for a first class system only found on much larger yachts. Production is approximately 250 gallons an hour.

 

Replaced bridge VHF (X2).

 

Upgraded VSAT provider to Linkscape by adding their proprietary modem for exceptional, reliable, worldwide service.

 

 

 

2012-13 refit at Delta Marine, Seattle WA. (Departed yard April 24, 2013)

 

Full Awlgrip exterior paint, Matterhorn White with Navy accents.

 

Rebuild (to new) of both Nautical Structures 4000 Telescopic Cranes on bridge deck.

 

Rebuild (to new) of Nautical Structures fully hydraulic Passerelle.

 

Replace 18’ Novurania RIB tender with new. (115HP 4-stroke)

 

Replace heavy EZ2CY (high quality non-rolling isinglass) aft deck removable enclosures. (new again in 2016).

 

Replace original heavy glass sliding windows on after deck (Pacific Coast Marine) and replace the aluminum frames to new.

 

Rebuild heavy exterior doors: Owner’s, Crew, Bosun Locker and Lazarette Door.

 

Rebuild anchor windlass capstans and hydraulics.

 

Re-galvanize anchors and chain.

 

Add bulbous bow to stem of the hull, neutrally buoyant for increased efficiency and smoother “ride”, Delta engineers suggest an 8% decrease in fuel consumption. We are most interested in the reduction of pitch.

 

Replace stabilizer bearings and seals. Rebuild hydraulic cylinders based on hours, system works wonderfully.

 

Replace Chiller plant in engine room with new 10 ton (x3 units) Technicold Compressors and a “shell and tube” condenser coil custom designed by Technicold and Delta Marine based on our service requirements in order to make maintenance realistic, something not offered by any “off the shelf” system most commonly found on superyachts under 60 meters today. Also redesigned all plumbing and chilled water loop arrangements in engine room for easier service.

 

Replace all exhaust lagging in the engine room up through the truck to the mast.

 

Removed mast stack and replaced gaskets and pro-polished custom stainless steel stacks.

 

Rebuild 100% the main engines, CAT 3508b (down rated series for exceptional fuel economy, the work was completed based on CAT suggested maintenance as outlined in the manual.

 

Replace Low-Rez Main Engine mounts with new identical units.

 

Replace Low-Rez shaft coupling (rubber) isolation modules.

 

Pulled shafts, turned, inspected bearings and laser-sited logs to main gears in engine room.

 

Run test on Twin-Disc gears (transmissions) and inspections, only replaced seals in both gears. Major overhaul not due until 40-45,000 hours running time.

 

All new Parker Air intake systems to CAT main engines and to both Northern Light Generators, replaces Walker Airsep system and will reduce resonance “noise” of the turbo (when engaged).

 

Remove Parker Racor fuel filter banks and replace with Separ dual bank system on both mains. Replaced filter housings with Separs on generator in June of 2012.

 

Replace Alfa Laval MMB 203 (fuel centrifuge) with new identical unit (has some technical upgrades over original unit, i.e. can clean bowl without removing the disc stack.

 

Renew watermaker membranes and ship’s post pump treatment media.

 

Replace poor performing Headhunter MSD with a new Hamann AG MSD system (the approved sewage treatment plant by all class authorities). Delta fabricated an incredible fiberglass collection tank that also serves as the base of the plant, complete with internal spray rings to flush this “solids” tank.

 

Rebuild 100% the A/Sea shore power converter that has the seamless transfer option, great system with reliable performance.

 

Replace STARS brick on port generator soot trap system that has always worked great for CV-9 dry exhaust arrangement. A brick typically lasts about two years of operation running time.

 

Replace most exhaust hanger arrangements in engine room with new isolation technology.

 

Add circulation fans in engine room at generators for improved air movement in engine room while underway.

 

Replaced 4 main bridge monitors with multiple input Furuno 19” LED units. These may display either radar, navigation computer (either port or starboard monitor), CCTV security cameras (either port or starboard), and vessel monitoring system (also either side).

 

Replaced CCTV Security system control unit that is a DVRecorder as well. Two cameras were added and two were replaced. Entire vessel exterior and engine room is thoroughly covered. Motion detector options included to implement cameras into the security system.

 

Crew area, main deck, Skylounge overheads all replaced and covered with new material.

 

Most onboard vanity mirrors replaced.

 

Added 4 underwater lights to stern so they now wrap around the quarters, now 7 in total, all were upgraded to high performance LEDs for cooler operation and longer service.

 

Propscan Propellers, polish out.

 

Replace Navigation lights with all Lopolights (Class certified 4 nm LEDs).

 

Replace all Antenna whips and bases with new.

 

Replace all windshield wipers and rebuild wash manifold and solenoids.

 

Rebuild all main engine throttle controls and manifolds, due to age only, they are Pneumatic Mathers Controls and extremely reliable.

 

Replace all deck furniture seat cushions.

 

Remove all opening portlights and install new gaskets.

 

Add LED security flood lights to mid-ship area, hidden in “pods” at bridge deck skirt.

 

Replace all rope accent lighting throughout entire interior.

 

Replace Main Salon, skylounge and Master TV with multi-region TVs.

 

Add deck wash-down faucet to fly bridge.

 

Replace exterior speakers, Terra Labs (excellent quality that lasted over 5 years outside).

 

Replace all soft ceiling overhead material throughout the interior, nouvasuede.

 

Replace all interior carpets, guest areas and crew.

 

Replace all lower crew mattresses.

 

Paint all crew shower stalls.

 

Replace crew shower mixers and shower heads.

 

Replace foredeck hatches (Lewmar, frosted).

 

Buff out and seal all guest area marble surfaces.

 

Multiple aspects to interior accent improvements, from re-dipping gold fixtures to pro-polishing stainless and chromed surfaces to new.

 

Build up multiple coats on existing Cap Rail bright work in good condition.

 

 

 

There is a host of other work but the above simply lists the highlighted items.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COMMENTS AND NOTEWORTHY FEATURES AT A GLANCE

 

 

 

 

 

 

Since her launch CV-9 has always been maintained by a professional crew to the highest standards possible.

 

Improvements and upgrades as technology changes have kept all onboard system up to date operational

state-of-the-art and aesthetically pleasing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

EXCLUSIONS

 

 

 

 

 

 

A detailed list of inventory and exclusions will be provided pursuant to a purchase agreement.

 

 

 

DISCLAIMER

 

 

 

 

All speeds, measurements, capacities, consumptions, etc. may be approximate or estimated. Specifications provided for information only. Data was obtained from sources believed to be reliable and is not guaranteed by owner or brokers. Buyer assumes the responsibility to ascertain the correctness of all data contained herein and otherwise provided and must instruct his agent and surveyors to confirm all details for accuracy prior to purchase. Subject to prior sale price and inventory change or withdrawal from market without notice.


Main Salon
Main Salon
Dining
Dining
On Deck Master Stateroom
On Deck Master Stateroom
On Deck Master Stateroom
Master Stateroom Bath
Master Stateroom Water Closet
Lower Deck Guest Foyer
Lower Deck Guest Foyer
Guest Stateroom
Guest Stateroom
Guest Bath
Guest Stateroom
Guest Bath
Twin Guest Stateroom
Twin Guest Stateroom With Pullman
Twin Guest Stateroom Bath
Skylounge
Skylounge
Bridge
Bridge
Captain's Cabin On Bridge Deck
Galley
Galley
Pantry
Cold Storage And Laundry
Crew Mess
Engineer's Cabin
Twin Crew Cabins
Crew Head
Crew Shower
Sundeck
Sundeck Helm
Main Deck Aft
Bridge Deck Aft
Bridge Deck Aft
Stairs To Lower Deck From Bridge Deck
Wing Station
Sundeck
Port Side
Detail
At Anchor
Forward
Starboard Side
Forward
Port Side
Starboard Side
Starboard Side
Stern
Control Station
Engine Room
Engine Room
Engine Room
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