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Grand Turk, Replica Frigate - Sold

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Grand Turk 
Sails and Deck Gear
Foredeck
Gun Deck
Poop Deck
Layout
Owner's Cabin
Chart Room
Grand Cabin
Entertainment Deck
Galley
Forecastle
Boot
Workshops
Crew Accommodation
Engines & Machinery
Specifications
Dry Dock 2009
History
Build Photos
Comments

Specifications

Grand Turk, Replica Frigate for sale

The Grand Turk is a fully-rigged ship built in Marmaris, Turkey, based on the 18th Century, British, Sixth Rate Frigate, HMS Blandford, built in 1741. Naval Architect Ron Holland took the historical lines and created working drawings. The UK Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA)  were involved at all stages of the build program to ensure that, on completion, she would meet the requirements of Class 3 and Class 5 passenger tickets.  She was launched in August 1997. Construction is Iroko planking on laminated Mahogany frames fastened with  galvanised iron dumps plus galvanised bolts at 1m centres.

She is MCA Coded and she has certified passenger capacity for 120. 

For day sailing charters, she can have a total of 155, including crew and all staff, on board.

For sailing she has a crew of 16 to 28, for delivery trips under engine she is handled by a crew of twelve.

Approximate Dimensions

Length Overall  152ft 46.3m
Length on Deck  125ft 38.1m
Waterline Length  97ft 29.6m
Beam  34ft 10.4m
Draft  10ft 3.1m
Sail Area 8,500sq ft 790 sq m
Air draft  117ft 35.6m
Gross Tonnage  314MT
Net Tonnage 94MT

Rig, Sails and Spars

Rig: Fully-rigged ship
Timber spars
Galvanised steel rigging
Total Sail Area: 8,500 sq feet

Deck Equipment

4 x Hydraulic anchor windlasses / capstans 

General Equipment

3-phase HD electric welder
3-phase Grinder / wire brush
3-phase band saw
Numerous hand and small power tools

Armaments

    

12 x Smooth bore cast iron cannon (display only)

Engines and Machinery

Twin 400 hp Kelvin TAS8 diesel engines  
2:1 reduction hydraulic reversing gearboxes
drives Contra rotating 4-bladed bronze propellers 
60hp Hydraulic, proportionally controlled Bow thruster
Ford 120hp 6-cylinder Ford turbo diesel 3-phase 110KVA generator
Ford 80HP 6-cylinder Ford diesel 3-phase 80KVA generator
Ford 80HP 6-cylinder Ford diesel 3-phase 70KVA generator
50hp 4-cylinder diesel single phase 35KVA generator
Auxiliary air-cooled twin-cylinder hand start Fire / Bilge pump
Air Compressor  
3-phase electric fuel transfer pump
Hot and cold water on pressurised (on-demand) system
Hot water by electric immersion heaters

Steering options

Hand Hydraulic
Engine hydraulic
Electric hydraulic

Tankage

Water - 2 x 2,500 litres stainless steel
Diesel - 22,000 litres in two steel tanks
Holding - (Black water) 2 x 2,500litres, stainless steel, can be pumped to shoreside facility  or discharged overboard. 

Electrics / Electronics

Mastervolt 24Volt battery charger
Mastervolt inverter
Mini "C" satellite communications - voice and fax
Furuno DSC VHF Radio telephone
ICOM Vhf radiotelephone
3 x Navico handheld VHF Radio telephones.
Furuno Radar
Furuno Radar repeater
2 x Furuno GP30 GPS
Furuno GPS Compass
Furuno AIS
Raymarine wind speed / direction indicator
2 x Raymarine Speedo / log / depth 
2 x compass
2 x Raymarine autopilot control heads
Double navigation lights with bulb failure warning.
Not under Command lights

Safety Gear

Full Bilge, Gas and Fire Alarm installation. 
Emergency systems and monitoring have their own independent Batteries and charging facilities

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Usual safety gear for a craft of this type

Engine Room CO2 Fire dousing installation

Emergency Tiller can be mounted in the Grand Cabin
Safety RIB
EPIRB
SART
6 x Life rafts
156 x Life jackets
2 smoke canisters
Dan buoy
4 x line throwing apparatus
2 x strobe lights

Shore Gear

General service RIB

    

Gang Plank

Certification

Part I British Registry Certificate expires 16th Sept 2012
International load Line certificate valid until 9th Sept 2014
Passenger Certificate and Domestic Safety Management Certificate UK Class V valid until 9th Sept 2014
Passenger Certificate and Domestic Safety Management Certificate UK Class III valid until 9th Sept 2014
Radio Installation certificate of Compliance

MCA Survey

The last full condition survey was by the British Maritime & Coastguard Agency (MCA) in Dry Dock,  September 2009. In 2007 there was  was an in depth ten year survey which included withdrawal of selected keel bolts and fastenings. She passed on all points. The MCA only issue a pass or fail certificate and not a condition report as such. Suffice it to say no certificate would be issued without full compliance.

Independent Survey

An independent Hull Condition survey was carried out in the 2009 dry docking. If you would like to see this report please contact the Broker, Adrian Espin 
email to: adrian@EasternYachts.com
 
+44 (0)1206 305 996.
 

[ Grand Turk ] Sails and Deck Gear ] Foredeck ] Gun Deck ] Poop Deck ] Layout ] Owner's Cabin ] Chart Room ] Grand Cabin ] Entertainment Deck ] Galley ] Forecastle ] Boot ] Workshops ] Crew Accommodation ] Engines & Machinery ] [ Specifications ] Dry Dock 2009 ] History ] Build Photos ] Comments ]
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For further details or to arrange to view, please contact Adrian  Espin at: - Astonbury Marine Services 
19 Colne Road, Brightlingsea, Essex, CO7 0DL  Tel: 01206 305 996  or +44 1206 305 996   

or email to: adrian@EasternYachts.com

In this case we are acting as Brokers only. The Vendor is not selling in the course of a business. Whilst every care has been taken in their preparation, the correctness of these particulars is not guaranteed. The particulars are intended only as a guide and they do not constitute a term of any contract. A prospective buyer is strongly advised to check the particulars and, where appropriate, to have the vessel fully surveyed and inspected, sea trialled and opened up.  All Content is copyright - all rights reserved.