Tatu
84' (25.60m) DELTA
LOA: 84' 0" (25.60m)
Beam: 20' 0" (6.10m)
Draft: Max 10' 0" (3.05m)
Speed:
Cruising 9 knots
Maximum 11 knots
Location: California, United States
Year: Mfg-1985
Model-1985
Refit-2001
Builder: DELTA
Type:
Trawler
Price: $2,690,000 USD
Additional Specifications For Tatu:
LOA: 84' 0" (25.60m)
Beam: 20' 0" (6.10m)
Min Draft:
Max Draft: 10' 0" (3.05m)
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Hull Config: Displacement w/ Bulbous Bow
Hull Designer: Schubert
Deck Material:
Tonnage: 183
Range: 4,000 Miles
Int Designer:
Ext Designer:
Fuel Capacity: 4,500 g (17,034 l)
Water Capacity: 1,000 g (3,785 l)
Holding Tank: 600 g (2,271 l)
Flag: United States
Location: Newport Beach, California United States
Price: $2,690,000 USD
Year: Mfg-1985 Model-1985
Refit-2001
Builder: DELTA
Model: Expedition
Type:
Trawler
Top:
Speed:
Cruising 9 knots
Max 11 knots
Engines: 400 HP, Single, 2000, 3406, Caterpillar
Staterooms: 4
Sleeps: 10
Heads: 6
Crew Quarters: 2
Crew Berths: 3
Captain Cabin: Yes
Classifications:
MCA: None ISM: None
Accommodations

With the most recent refit in 2014 that extended the hull to accommodate a newly designed cockpit Tatu now measures current 93’ in length. Boarding from the intagraded swim platform the cockpit features live bait well, tackle center, prep area, Laz storage and gas BBQ to port, up two steps is the aft deck with teak decking and a large table seating 8.

Entering from the aft deck you are in the main salon large windows make for perfect retreat, with large U-shaped sofa, coffee table and two large ottomans to starboard, port side of the saloon features 52” flat screen TV and entertainment center, forward of the saloon is the dining area with mahogany table and chairs.  There is a bar area seating 4 that faces the galley making for easy entertaining, the Galley is to starboard and is open to salon and features top of the line appliances and refrigeration, also a lighted glass cabinet for stemware.

To port is the passageway leading to the owner’s cabin, which features a center line queen berth, abundant storage and hanging closets, the owners cabin has an ensuite head and bath, with a spa style bathtub and rain shower. There is a staircase leading down to the guest accommodations, The VIP cabin is forward with centerline queen ensuite head and stall shower, the two guest cabins are aft and each cabin has a double bed with single overhead bunk, sleeping a total of three guest per cabin, both cabins feature ensuite head and stall showers. 

The pilot house with access to the Portuguese bridge has excellent visibility with two Stidd helm chairs with L shaped guest seating and table. Aft of pilothouse and accessed separately is the Captain’s cabin with double berth and ensuite head and bath. The flybridge has double helm seat and L-shaped seating for six with table, soft goods refurbished in 2016. There is also a crew cabin aft of the engine room that has a double berth head and shower.

 

Galley
  • Dacor four burner stove with oven
  • Sub-Zero refrigerator 695
  • Fisher/Paykel two drawer dishwasher
  • Garbage disposal
  • Double stainless steel sink
  • GE microwave/convection oven
  • ISE instant hot water
  • Trash compactor
Electronics and Navigation
  • 5” Ritchie compass
  • Furuno FCV-582L video depth sounder
  • Robertson AP-30
  • (2) Icom IC-M59 VHF’s
  • Icom IC-M710 SSB
  • Icom M-127 & M604 VHF’s
  • AIS CSB 200
  • Furuno FR5081 & 8251 radars
  • Furuno knotmeter
  • Furuno GP-37 & GP-36 GPS
  • Coastal Explorer & Nobletec plotters
  • Furuno log
  • (3) IS15’s IS15 repeater in master
  • ACR search light
  • (2) 15” monitors & (1) 18” monitor
  • CCTV with five cameras
  • Elbex CCTV controller
  • (2) Dell Inspiron PC’s
  • Tank sentry TS-2510 & TS3003 level indicators with alarms
  • Brother HL-2140 printer
  • Iridium & two KVH satellite telephones
  • Clock & barometer
  • 52” TV in main salon
  • Niles SI-1260 amplifier in main salon
  • Samsung 17” TV in pilothouse
  • Stereo in VIP stateroom
  • GyroTrac antenna system
  • KVH
  • 37” TV in master stateroom
  • Momitsu BDP 829 disc player in main salon
  • 17” TV in VIP
  • RCA A/V receiver in VIP
  • Panasonic telephone system on ship
  • KVH Gyroitrac antenna
Electrical
  • (9) 8D batteries for house
  • (2) Group 24 for 24VDC & 12VDC battery banks
  • Trace 4 KW inverter
  • 120VAC & 240VAC systems
  • Newmar PT-24-95F battery charger
  • (2) A/Sea 12 KVA isolation transformers
  • (2) 40KW Kohler generators with sound shields – Rebuilt 2016. Starboard – 400 Hours. Port – 500 Hours

 

Deck and Hull
  • Hydraulic power reel windlass on deck
  • (2) polished S/S anchors, one in anchor roller and the other stored on the foredeck
  • 85’ of ¾” chain with 150’ of wire
  • 6-person Beaufort liferaft in canister
  • Alert AR100 man overboard alarm system
  • (6) underwater lights
  • Small Danby reefer on bridge
  • 4” S/S shaft
  • Five blade prop
  • Racor fuel filter system
  • Main engine keel cooled
  • (10) 24VDC bilge pumps 
  • 115AC emergency pump 
  • Fireboy FE-241 system in engine room
  • (10) hand held Type 1 BC dry chemical extinguishers
  • Aqua air reverse cycle air conditioning & heat throughout ship 
  • 16 ft. Novurania tender 2016
Mechanical Equipment/Engine
  • Westfalia fuel polisher
  • Defrost system
  • Smoke alarms
  • (2) Sea Recovery watermakers - 1200 gallons per day.
  • Raw water flow alarms & tank level alarms
  • Sink & workbench in engine room
Updated Equipment in 2016

Fly Bridge:

  • 17” Full sun display screen
  • 6” Maretron display screen

 

Bridge:

  • (2) 15” Planar Touch screen (1 Maretron display, 1 ships computer)
  • 23” Planar LCD which displays the new NobleTech Trident
  • 38” TV with Apple TV
  • All Nav data, depth, wind, rudder indicator can be read through the Maretron system
  • ICOM VHF M424 radio
  • ICOM VHF M604A radio
  • (3) ICOM M88 handheld radios for crew

 

Salon:

  • TV & AV in salon is controlled with an iPad
  • All audio and all speaker zones on the boat are controlled with an iPad

 

Engine Room:

  • Both generators & main engine have Maretron sensors installed to give a digital reading on everything. All readings can be seen digitally on an iPad in the engine room.
  • Engine room iPad has NobelTech installed with external GPS for back-up Nave
  • Axis P5514 PTZ camera in overhead which can be viewed on Maretron screen

 

  • Maretron sensors which read on the bridge & engine room iPad:
  • Day tank
  • Port fuel tank
  • Starboard fuel tank
  • Aft fuel tank
  • Fresh water tank
  • Black water tank
  • Grey water tank
  • Hydraulic oil tank
  • New oil tank
  • Used oil tank

 

Captain’s Cabin (Aft Crew Cabin):

  • 27” Planar LCD (chart plotter from bridge can be viewed on while underway)
  • 9”Maretron display screen
  • Apple TV
  • Bose surround sound

 

All float switches on bilge alarms have Maretron sensors installed on them.