95' (28.96m) OCEAN VOYAGER
LOA: 95' 0" (28.96m)
Beam: 23' 0" (7.01m)
Draft: Max 9' 0" (2.74m)
Flag: Antigua and Barbuda
Location: , Florida, United States
Year: Mfg-2013 Model-2013
Expedition Yacht
Staterooms: 4
Fuel Cap: 6,000 g (22,712 l)
Water Cap: 2,113 g (7,999 l)
Engines: 350 HP, Twin, Inboard, Diesel, Cummins
Cruising 8 knots
Max 10 knots
Price: $1,000,000 USD

CHAGOS is a steel, no nonsense, U.S. built expedition style yacht. She was custom built to serve as a mother ship and base of operations for chasing world record fish on the west coast of Africa and beyond. Her hull design is based on a proven commercial fishing boat design, offering an economical long range, minimal maintenance, sea-going vessel. She has proven capabilities, as she journeyed from South Florida to South Africa, via Brazil on her own bottom on her maiden voyage. She proceeded to travel to remote regions on the West African coast for two years, catching prize fish and again proving her mettle and design purpose. Offering a versatile layout, capable of being adapted for an owner operator or with crew, she is designed as a non-pretentious and easy to maintain vessel, both inside and out. 

Approaching from the stern, the half covered aft deck, which can accommodate additional tenders/toys beyond the large boat-deck above, offers a multitude of uses. Ease of access to the integral swim platform, side decks and boat deck via stairs, as well as the lazzarette and engine room make this one of the focal points of the vessel. Upon entering the salon, there is an L-shaped sofa and TV/entertainment system to starboard and additional sofa to port. Proceeding forward is the dining room to starboard with banquette and wine coolers to port. The large galley is on the main deck to port, which has access to a dinette and crew cabin all the way forward. Centerline is a stairway up to the pilothouse with Captain’s cabin aft and to starboard a companionway (with side deck access) that leads to the stairway down to the guest accommodation.

At the bottom of the stairs is a laundry center and forward a four-bunk cabin, which is great for children or additional crew/fishing guides. This cabin shares a full head (with stall shower) with the starboard guest cabin, which has a double berth and an upper bunk berth. To port is another guest cabin with ensuite head and amidships is the master cabin with ensuite head. Both cabins have upper bunks, with the owner suite having a king size lower berth.

CHAGOS was designed to carry 3 x 20’ flats boats, 1 of which remains, which along with the centerline Palfinger “knuckle-head” commercial crane, allows great flexibility in launching a wide variety of “water-toys” that can be carried on the boat and aft decks. The pilothouse, forward on the boat deck, has full walk-around decks and is protected from the high bow by a Portuguese Bridge.

  • Stainless steel countertops
  • Scotsman commercial ice maker (aft deck)
  • Samsung front load washer and dryer (lower foyer)
  • (2) under counter 32 bottle wine coolers (dining salon)
  • KitchenAid blender
  • Espresso machine
  • Stainless Steel worktops
  • Double sink
  • Bosch five burner LPG gas cook top with oven Ansul fire suppression system over cook top
  • Gas sniffer with auto cut off
  • Hood exhaust Microwave
  • Samsung side by side fridge, freezer with ice maker 
  • Dinette for four
  • (2) Seapost Helm Chairs
  • Two-person bench seat
  • Watertight doors port and starboard accessing full walk-around Portuguese bridge.
  • Office area with copier/fax to starboard aft
  • Captain’s cabin with double berth and en-suite head aft
  • Simrad 6KW open array  radar
  • Simrad GS 15 GPS
  • (2) Simrad NSE 12 Chart plotter with radar overlay
  • Simrad NAIS 400 class B AIS system
  • Kahlenberg whistle control
  • Navtec NX300 depth sounder 
  • Simrad BSM­1 broad band black box depth sounder with Simrad 600W transducer
  • Simrad AP28 autopilot
  • (2) ICOM M450 DSC VHF radios 
  • Richie G magnetic compass
Boat Deck
  • Room for 3x20' flats boat
  • Davit 1,000kts­ own hydraulic power back run off generators or shore power
  • Steel hull, 5/16” hull and decks, ¼” bulwarks and house, 3/16” pilot house, framing 2” x 3” x ¼”, angle at 20” centers with 2.5” x ¼” flat bar longitudinals
  • (4) watertight bulkheads, two with doors
  • (7) watertight dogged aluminum exterior doors
  •  Aluminum mast with crows nest
  • (2) Cummins NT855 6 cylinder 350 hp @1800 RPM water cooled via heat exchanger/ wet exhaust, mechanical engines with engine room and pilot house mechanical gauges
  • (2) Air conditioning units ­ main deck and lower deck
  • Twin disc MG5114 3:1   transmissions
  • Michigan wheels 4 blade 40”x40”
  • PTO off both main engines for bow thruster and windlass
  • (2) 38 KW KUBOTA generators, keel cooled, wet exhaust,
  • Generator hours: starboard ­ 8,500hrs port­5,000hrs
  • 24v  main engine batteries port and starboard
  • Battery chamber/inverter
  • 2000 watt solar panel system with 1600 amp/hour at 24V -AGM battery bank (new 2015)
  • Genset start batteries (new 2016)
  • A/C 208v  3­phase  60m3
  • Shore power 100amp 3­phase
  • Galvanic isolator transformer
  • (4) backup battery chargers 
Additional Ship Systems
  • (2) 5 TON air cooled Carrier HVAC units, one dedicated to lower deck and one for main deck and pilothouse
  • 50 HP Key Power Hydraulic bow thruster
  • (2) 25sq ft Key Power hydraulic stabilizer fins
  • Watermakers Inc. 2 x 3300GPD
  • LED  lighting throughout
  • 500# Bruce style anchor with Hydraulic anchor winch, 250’ of ½” chain and 300’ of ¾” cable
  • (2) B.A. sets
  • (2) six person life rafts (serviced August 2016)
  • (2) Eight person life rafts (serviced August 2016)
  • Lazarette and E.R fixed fire extinguishing system CO2 
  • (2) Main emergency bilge pumps 3-phrase
  • 12v Bilge pumps
  • Fire pump with main and fire stations around vessel
Broker Comments
A no-nonsense adventure craft, with proven capabilities, seriously for sale by motivated seller.
Salon Dining
Salon Dining
Galley Dinette
Master Stateroom
Master Head
Port Guest Cabin
Port Guest Head
Port Guest Head
Starboard Guest Cabin
Crew or Children'sBunk Cabin
Captain's Cabin
Captain's Head
Crew Cabin
Crew Head
Lower Foyer Laundry Area
Portuguese Bridge
Mast With Crow's Nest
Boat Deck With Knuckle-Boom Crane
Aft Deck
Aft Deck