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2005 Farmont 70 Explorer - 70'


 
Year 2005
Length 70ft.
Price USD $1,325,000
Type: Pre-owned
Categories:
Power
Location Fort Lauderdale, FL, United States
Hull Material
Engine type Other
Fuel
Contact Information
 
Tankage
Fuel: 2 Fiberglass (5290 Gallons)
Water: 2 Fiberglass (530 Gallons)
Holding Tank: 1 Fiberglass (500 Gallons)

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information:

Tanks
Fresh Water Tanks: 2 Fiberglass (530 Gallons)
Fuel Tanks: 2 Fiberglass (5290 Gallons)
Holding Tanks: 1 Fiberglass (500 Gallons)

STRENGTH, SAFETY AND COMFORT

ABOVE THE WATERLINE:
This expedition trawler was designed by famous Dutch yacht designer Rene van der Velden and has a functional and tastefully designed interior by Joachim Kinder. Design guidelines were maximum safety, extreme stability and straight-forward handling. The result is a very attractive ship that combines classic lines with a sturdy and seaworthy hull shape; blending aesthetics and ergonomics with efficiency and comfort. Built with robust construction throughout, her inviting salon, open galley and comfortable cabins offer an ideal liveaboard environment for extended exploration. Her substantial beam of 20'+ helps create an overly spacious interior for a 70' yacht and encompasses about 1100 square feet. The Portuguese bridge contributes to a dry ride and ease of docking. She is remarkably equipped with modern electronic equipment and special attention was paid to the internal heating system, making long range cold region voyages most comfortable.

BELOW THE WATERLINE: 
Hull construction is composed of exceptionally strong e-glass, which the builder states is immune to dilapidation and nearly bulletproof. It is up to 60 mm thick on the bottom and approx. 40 mm thick on the hull sides. A dry ride and increased stability are due in part to the Farmont’s bulbous bow, which is a protruding bulb at the bow of the ship just below the waterline. This design modifies the way water flows around the hull, reducing drag, and thus increasing speed, range, fuel efficiency and stability. Ships with bulbous bows generally have a 12% to 15% better fuel efficiency than similar vessels without them. The bulbous bow also increases forward buoyancy, hence reducing pitching of the ship. The moderate draft of only 5' 5" offers almost limitless access to islands, harbors and marinas.


Dimensions

LOA: 70’
LWL: 67’ 3”
Beam: 20’ 4”
Draft: 5’ 5”
Dry Weight: 101.4 tons (202,825lbs)


Engines

Total Power: 900HP 

Starboard Engine:
Cummins Diesel
Model: QSM 11
Direct Drive
Horsepower: 450
Engine Hours: 1766

Port Engine:
Cummins Diesel
Model QSM 11
Direct Drive
Horsepower: 450
Engine Hours: 1765


Tankage

Fresh Water (1): Fiberglass, 528 Gallons
Holding Tanks (2): Fiberglass
Fuel Tanks (6): Fiberglass, 5284 Gallons
Fuel Consumption: 20 liters per hour per engine @ 9.5 knots. At 8 knots, consumption is less than 15 liters per hour per engine. Variables include vessel load and hull cleanliness.


Accommodations

Number of Single Berths: 1
Number of Double Berths: 2
Number of Cabins: 3
Number of Heads: 4 (includes crew)


Walk-through

Entrance to the main level is on the ship's starboard side via a watertight door. Step into the salon area which has two settees in an L shape, a cocktail table, built-in end tables and storage cabinets. There's also a console with built-in pop-up TV. To starboard are three steps leading down to the lower deck. Here is the galley (port) and dinette (starboard). The galley features numerous kitchen cabinets and utensil drawers. There's also twin stainless-steel sinks, an expresso machine, toaster, built-in dishwasher, oven, range top, trash compactor, stainless steel stove, stainless steel refrigerator and freezer. Opposite to starboard is the dinette table with built-in L-shaped settee and two pull-out stools providing total seating for seven.

Continuing forward, down three steps to starboard, is a day head with a vanity, sink, mirrored medicine cabinet and electric toilet. Next to port, is the VIP stateroom with ensuite head. There's a separate shower stall, vanity with sink, toilet, and an armoire. The stateroom features a twin bed, cabinets, dressing stool, a bulkhead-mounted TV and hidden gun cabinet. Next forward is a guest cabin to starboard, with a single berth, cabinets, dressing stool, built-in hanging locker and writing desk. The master cabin is forward with with a large berth, a luxurious head with separate shower stall, sink and vanity, a bidet and toilet. This cabin also has a built-in DVD player and TV.

Portside steps from the salon bring you up to the bridge, where the helm is on centerline. There’s an L-shaped dinette with day berth behind it. There are steps going from the bridge up to the aft deck, which is covered with a soft top and has a large teak dining table with chairs – dining for six. From the aft deck there's an outside stairway to the upper forward outside deck where there are sunning pads under a cover and a spotlight. On either side of the bridge there are watertight doors, port and starboard, leading out to wing stations on both sides of the Portuguese bridge. This bridge has a center door which steps down to the forward deck, where there is a crane and an inflatable with a four-stroke Honda outboard motor. At the ship's highest point there is a mast with hailer, radar, satellite TV antenna, wind speed direction, tracfone, horn, various GP antennas.

Lower deck access to engine room is from two places: one is a door on the starboard side, and the second door provides access from the swim platform. Starting aft is the lazzarette which may be accessed from a watertight door at swim platform. The lazarette is spacious and air conditioned. Moving forward, starboard side is the laundry area with separate washer and dryer plus ample counter and storage space. Opposite to port is the crew quarters which sleeps 2 in separate bunks. There is also a crew's head with sink, toilet and separate shower stall. Continuing forward is the midship engine room which is big by any standard and air conditioned. It offers standing headroom and excellent access to both engines, generators, AC systems, pumps, valves, stabilizers and features a workbench.

 

 

 


Electronics

Log-speedometer - Simrad DST 800
Depthsounder - Simrad LBS 1
Radar - 1 Simrad 6KW HD and 1 Simrad BR 24-3G Broadband Radar
Autopilot - Simrad AP 50
Wind speed and direction - Simrad IS 20
Navigation center - MARETRON NMEA 2000 monitoring system
Plotter - 2x Simrad NSO 15
Compass - Simrad RC 25/HS 70
GPS - Simrad HS 70
VHF - Simrad RS 87


Inside Equipment

Air conditioning - 120k btu chiller system
Air compressor
Stern thruster - 25 HP Electric
Fresh water maker - Sea Recovery ,capacity 75b G/hr
Manual bilge pump
Sea water pump - 1 G&R 220 volt AC fire/bilge pump; 1G7R 24 volt DC fire/bilge pump
Bow thruster - 25 HP
Hot water - G & R 2 kw water heater
Electric bilge pump
Battery charger - Mastervolt
Heating - Reverse cycle 120k btu


Electrical Equipment

Generators - Two MASE 28 KW generators powered by Yanmar diesels.
Starboard Generator 3418 hours
Port Generator 5042 hours

Inverter - 5 Kw Mastervolt
Shore power inlet - 80-265 Volts,50/60 cycle
Electrical Circuit: 220V

 


Outside Equipment/Extras

Swimming ladder
Cockpit shower
Tender - Zodiac 14' Pro 420 inflatable with 30 Hp 4 stroke Honda outboard motor
Liferaft - 2 liferafts (2011)
Total Liferaft Capacity: 8
Electric windlass


Galley Equipment

• Granite countertops
• Siemens ceramic top, 4 burner stove with exhaust hood
• Siemens refrigerator
• Siemens deep-freezer
• Icemaker
• Bianco double sink with garbage disposal
• Siemens trash compactor
• Siemens dishwasher
• Siemens convection & microwave oven


Other Equipment

• 2 Simrad 3 ft / 4 ft Radar
• 2 Simrad / Raytheon GPS
• 1 Ritchie Compass
• Simrad AP50 Autopilot
• 1 Friedrich Barograph
• 2 Simrad Echo sounder
• Simrad Automatic foghorn
• Fuel management
• Fire system
• Smoke detectors
• Security video system with 6 cameras.


Communication Equipment

• GSM car phone
• VHF Marine Radio Service
• Inmarsat (Satellite)
• Iridium (Satellite)
• Fax
• Internet
• Jotran EPIRB


Audio / Video

• 4 TVs
• DVD players
• Radio / CD-Player with Bose speakers in salon


Additional Equipment

• Air conditioning
• Siemens washing machine
• Siemens dryer
• Awning on aftdeck
• Shore power - Victron energy 50/60 hz converter
• Marquipt davit on foredeck with telescopic boom, capacity 680 kg (1500 lbs)
• 2 Zodiac Solas 2MEX8 liferafts for 8 persons each, certified 2014
• Hydraulic double windlass, 3300 lbs capacity by data hydraulics
• 2 Wortelboer Pool N Type anchors, 350 lbs each
• 2 x 260 feet of anchor chain


Layout & Design

This explorer offers a three-deck layout with large pilothouse and 200 square feet of deck space. A Portuguese bridge with port and starboard wing stations facilitates easy docking. An upper third deck has plenty of space for observation and sunbathing. The aft deck has a dining table and settee with seating for six. Her air-conditioned midship engine room is huge by any standards and offers stand-up access to engines, generators, AC systems, pumps and stabilizers. It also has a workbench with vise and is an engineer's dream come true! The air-conditioned lazarette offers extensive storage and has a watertight door which opens to the swim platform. Just forward is the laundry area with separate washer and dryer plus ample counter and storage space. Opposite laundry is crew quarters with two single bunks plus a head with sink, toilet and shower stall for the crew.

The pilothouse is accessible from the salon, the second deck terrace and through a pair of watertight doors, port and starboard. It's very spacious, has a wet bar, separate nav station, a dinette with L-shaped seating for five, and a day bunk aft of the dinette.


The Builder:

World famous explorer and naval architect, Hans Farmont, has been setting international quality standards with his yachts for over 30 years. His particular specialty is building strong offshore vessels which have classic designs but incorporate the very latest in available modern technologies. 

Hans Farmont: I take yacht building very seriously. To build quality yachts professionally requires that you derive great joy from it - but you also need stamina. I don’t think in terms of trends. Good design is timeless, don’t you think? As with some of today’s four wheel drive automobiles, my explorer yachts are designed for exploration. They are known for safety, solidity, comfort, and highly functional interior space. We couldn't have said it better.


Additional Information

Farmont yachts are strong, dependable, timeless, and designed for long range cruising. They offer the owner every imaginable convenience, maximum safety and plenty of power for voyages into uncharted waters. A strong engineering team with decades of experience developed the Explorer 70, which combines aesthetics and ergonomics with efficiency and comfort. The designers were only satisfied when the optimum solution was found for each detail of the interior and for all ergonomic and technical components. The Explorer 70 exhibits extreme stability, safety, and straightforward handling. The end result is a vessel which ensures the owner and his guests can enjoy their grand ocean adventure in complete comfort and safety. We cooperate on a 50%-50% basis with selected licensed and bonded yacht brokers. Call Roy Pinney at 954-463-5900.


Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.

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