Newcastle Marine launched Superyacht HARBOUR ISLAND last month and she will make her world debut next month at the 2011 Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. The new superyacht is now Newcastle’s largest build to-date at 181’ LOA and a 34’ beam. After her debut motor yacht HARBOUR ISLAND is expected to be available to the Caribbean charter market boasting six staterooms which include two master suites and an eye-catching infinity pool for its discriminating guests.
Palladium provided the award-winning SiMON monitoring, control and alarm system with five monitoring stations which are located on the bridge, port and starboard, engine room, engineer’s cabin, crew area, along with the Captain’s laptop. Some of the interfaces include the Atlas shorepower, Cat CCM engines, Kilopak generators, Quantum hydraulics, along with fire, HVAC, tanks, bilges, batteries, refrigeration and steering systems. All of which meet classification for ABS Maltese Cross A1 YS, AMS with MCA certification.
For the HARBOUR ISLAND charter yacht Palladium also provided a custom navigation mimic panel that was designed to complement the rich wood details on the interiors for the bridge as well. This panel presents detailed information on the status of navigation lights as well as door security and bilges, complete with alarm acknowledgements
|Beam:||10.37m (34' )|
|L.O.A.:||54.87m (180' )|
|Max Speed:||0 knots|
|Engines:||2 Caterpillar 3512B/1,141|
|Cruise Speed:||12 knots|
|Builder/Designer:||Newcastle Shipyard, Murray & Associates, Claudette Bonville Assocs.|
|Locations:||Maldives, Turkey, Italy, Bormes, Rhodes, Napa Valley , Greece, Antigua|
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