The NedXplor 38 cruises at 11 knots with a maximum speed of 15.5 knots and an impressive range when cruising. Featuring a formidable combination of the patent- ed Fast Displacement Hull Form (FDHF) and the patented â€˜under water spoilerâ€™ Hull Vane® by Van Oossanen she is efficient and economic to run, with this hull form ensuring a 30% fuel saving, with over 5000 nm achievable on just one tank of fuel.
The Hull Vane has also been designed so it can be built to Ice Class if desired, perfect for Arctic exploration and an attractive add-on for the truly adventurous of heart.
ANCHOR AND MOORING SYSTEM
Two High Holding Power anchors which will be fully balanced and certi ed will be installed to meet the requirements of the equipment number. Two (2) electric stainless steel anchor capstan make Lofranâ€™s or equal model to be determined with chain cable lifter suitable for studlink chain cable of size to be determined made to quality U2 material. On the aft main deck two Lofranâ€™s or equivalent electric mooring winches will be installed.
The Yacht will be supplied with two â€œzero speedâ€ ns from Naiad or equiv- alent. A Hull Vane ® will also be installed to reduce the rolling and pitch response of the vessel.
One bowthruster hydraulically driven by pumps on each gearbox will be installed in the forepeak. The thruster will be provided by Side Power or equivalent, approx. 60 kW based on a size study from VONA.
The yacht will be tted with a Hull Vane® that will reduce the pitch response of the vessel in waves and lower the trim in calm water operations of the vessel. At the same time the Hull Vane® improves fuel e ciency by app. 15% and increases the range by the same amount.
The Yacht will be tted with a 50 Hz. electrical system. Two xed RPM Kohler or equivalent diesel generators will be installed in the Engine Room. The generators will be approx. 100 and 75 Kw in power. The two gen- erators could also be operate parallel. The generators are to be mounted in soundproof boxes, and will have double elastic mounts, consisting of exible mounts under each generator, mounted on a exibly supported base frame.
Double bottom tanks with sounding system and manholes will be utilised within this vessel. The fuel system will include a fuel transfer system and tank ventilation. Parallel to the transfer pump a fuel separator will also be installed. Remotely controlled valves will be utilised to enable fuel to be transferred between the various tanks.
BILGE AND FIRE FIGHTING SYSTEM
Electric or diesel selfpriming bilge / re ght pumps, make to be determined, will draw from bilge manifold or seawater manifold and discharge to the main re ght line or overboard via the discharge pipe. Bilge suctions lines will be according to classi cation requirements. The bilges in the vessel will be con- nected to a bilge valve chest with marine bronze ball valves. All bilge points will have remote alarms. One international shore connection will be provided and connected to the re main. Fixed provisions will be made for usage on port side and starboard side. A re extinguishing system is to be installed in the engine room with the necessary nozzles and triggers at the engine room entrance. The engine room to be protected by gas equal to or equivalent to Novec 1230. A siren in the engine room is operating automatically when re alarm is activated.
A complete communication system will be installed in compliance with Flag rules.
AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING SYSTEM
Fancoils will be installed in all luxury living area and interior spaces within the vessel. Fresh and conditioned air is to be added from the central fresh air units. This system is designed and installed to provide the following conditions:
Summer: 23 °C and 50% relative humidity internally at a reference outside temperature of 35 °C and 90% relative humidity.
Winter: 20° internally with an outside temperature of 5°C.
All crew quarters including the wheelhouse will be provided with cooled air by means of fan coils. Fresh and ltered air is to be added from the central fresh air unit. The fan-coil units shall be cooled by means of chilled water from a chilled water unit. The galley hood extraction will lead to the mast. The engine room will be cooled by air through the Engine room air vents. All bigger stores and machinery compartments shall be provided with natural or forced ventilation. Small stores and all other areas shall be provided with vent pipes or openings for natural ventilation.
COOL WATER SYSTEM
Main and auxiliary engines will have a fresh water cooling systems with heat exchangers, oil coolers and sea water pumps. Two large steel sea water inlets with cross-over and butter y valves are installed for main engines and auxiliary systems as air-conditioning, deck-wash and other cooling systems.
FRESH WATER SYSTEM
All fresh water tanks provided with manholes and sounding system. A pressurised fresh water system will be tted. The
fresh water system will include hot and cold water and serve all ensuites, day heads and galley as well as several technical areas. The system will consist of a supply and return manifold, frequency driven pumps, circulation pumps, UV sterilizer, electric heaters and a freshwater generating unit with a capacity to be determined.
The navigation system will be integrated into the wheelhouse of this vessel. Two wing stations will be integrated in the bulwark adjacent to the wheelhouse doors both port and starboard. A detailed speci cation of the navigation equipment to be installed will be supplied.
All exterior out tting items like hull doors, hatches, cranes, windows, portholes, railings, deck hardware, anchor and mooring system, exterior deck furniture etc. as indicated on the general arrangement plan will be supplied, installed and commissioned by the yard.
Due care shall be given to practical usage, mainte- nance access and requirements. All exterior ttings and piping are to be polished stainless steel.
As per the general arrangement plan, decks are to be covered with teak. Teak planking and borders with exible joints will follow the curvature of the deck shape longitudinally and in camber. A speci c teak plan will be provided by the designer in collabo- ration with the client.
The yard is to supply and t insulation materials as required to meet the structural re protection, noise, vibration and thermal requirements. A noise and vibration expert will be consulted on speci c arrangements and materials to be used.
The vibration on the interior and exterior decks shall meet the requirements of DNV, Part5 Chapter 12 table B9, Yacht, Comfort rating 1.
All paints and paint materials shall be of a best grade yacht quality type, speci cally formulated for use in the marine environment. For the exterior paint system above the waterline the base system should be AWL-grip and the nal coatings should be AWL grip linear polyure- thane type. Up to date speci cations should be ob- tained from suppliers of the above coatings. All painted surfaces are to be free of dust, runs or orange peel. The Builder will ensure that the shed is free of dust during the painting and will organize at his best for the nish coats to be applied during non-regular working hours in view to give the painter the best environment possible. The below water part of the hull including keel and other appendages will be covered with the Anti Fouling paint. Paint supplier to be Dupont or equivalent.