Is a very stylish design by the renowned Glade Johnson and Naval Architecture of Guido Perla. She was heavily built By Bruce Reagan at workboats Northwest in Seattle Washington. Shana is a proper motoryacht with long range, redundant systems and exceptional engineering.
SHANA has proven herself cruising from Alaska to Panama, the Caribbean all the way to the northeast, all with a high level of comfort and safety.
This vessel has been mentioned in many magazines along with being featured in “The Superyachts” publication (Volume 5) and was a recipient of The Superyacht Society Design Award for the best Motor yacht over 23m. This well known West Coast is timeless in her stylish lines and has been extremely upgrades by her current owner.
Please call Pete Sponek 253.720.1917 to schedule a viewing of this beautiful yacht.
HAMPTON YACHT GROUP - Pete Sponek
SEATTLE - South Lake Union, 901 Fairview Avenue North, Suite# A-150, Seattle, WA 98109,United States Cell: 253.720.1917 Tel: 206.623.5200 firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.hamptonyachtgroup.com
Boarding the Shana can be done using the Marquipt boarding stairs when docked or via the large hydraulic folding swim step that gives you access to the water down and dockside stepping onto the sponson, or up to the aft deck via the two circular stairwells. The vessel has large walk around decks for easy line handling, and boarding gates on both sides. The aft deck is partially covered with a built in settee aft and free standing chairs for alfresco dining. To the port side is access to the boat deck via a stainless steel and teak stair and through a closing hatch.
Entering into the main salon from the aft is through two stainless steel and glass doors, once inside you are greeted by to sofas to the port and starboard with two large barrel chairs facing forward. The floor treatment is a combination of carpeting and hardwood along each side. all the way forward to the port is a wet bar with access to the galley through a closing door behind. To the starboard of the bar On centerline is the stairwell leading down to the master stateroom, along the starboard side is a hallway providing access access the galley then forward to the fwd salon and dining.
Entering from either behind the salon bar or the starboard side companion way thru an artistic lexan curved wall is the galley, full stainless steel counters double sink, double 48' commercial refrigerator, 42" stainless electric cook top, Microwave, compactor, double oven. just aft of the entrance to the galley below the pilothouse stairs is the day head.
Fwd Salon and dining:
The forward salon is on the main deck above the guest quarters and includes an entertainment center and dining area with L shaped sofa, a dining table that accommodates 8 guests and 2 dining chairs. The entertainment equipment is housed in a cabinet on the starboard side of the stairs and a crystal cabinet is on the port side of the stairs.
Access to the master stateroom is made down a stairwell from the forward salon, The full width owners suite with king bed features 2 cedar lined closets and built in drawers and an entertainment system with HDTV, DVD, CD, SAT TV there are large hanging lockers to the port and starboard along with ample of storage drawers, there is a cozy chair and ottoman to the starboard side of the bed, and night stands on both sides. On the port side leading aft is access to the beautiful master head that is equipped with double sinks, beautiful marble counters, a jetted tub large enough for two, large glass enclosed shower with bench, the head is behind a closed door forward of the shower.
Port and Starboard Guest Cabin:
Entering forward of the salon/dining room is access to the guest accommodations, there is a landing with access to both cabin, behind a door both Port & Starboard guest staterooms have twin beds with a night stand between, Bluetooth AM FM CD stereo, satellite Receiver, HD TV, Blue ray player and a private head with stall shower.
Entering forward of the salon/dining room is access to the guest accommodations and crew quarters. crew is all the way forward through a watertight door, the crew quarters includes two cabins, one with upper & lower bunks, the other with a double berth, one head with shower and forward of that is a lounge area with storage below the deck and a Included are a new washer and dryer, refrigerator, stereo, in each cabin and a tv in the captains quarters. there are opening port lights, and a separate access via a side hatch leading to the main deck to the port.
Galley and Laundry:
Traulsen 48” side by side refrigerator / freezer with icemaker
GE double oven
Kitchen Aid 42” electric cook top
Kitchen Aid trash compactor
Kitchen Aid instant hot water heater
Traulsen 52” freezer (utility room)
2 Bosch Axxis stacked washer dryers (crew & utility room) new 2018
2 ULine refrigerators (salon & upper deck)
ULine icemaker (upper deck)
Electronics & Navigation Equipment:
Furuno Navnet 3D
Furuno SC-702 Sat compass
Brooks & Gatehouse Hydra 330 5 station system
Furuno GP36 differential GPS
Furuno FS4001 HF/SSB
Furuno Far-2127 BB radar
Furuno 1832 radar
Furuno CH14 sonar (dis-connected)
Comnav 2001 autopilot
Datamarine LX201 depth sounder
Naiad Dynamics Stabilizer control
Standard LH10 loudhailer
DZL 300TC fuel flow meter
(2) Icom IC-M604 VHF
Panasonic 2 camera CCTV system with stern camera and engine room camera
Epson XP-C10 scaner printer
Furuno FA-150 AIS
12 and 24 DC system, 110 and 220 VAC system
(3) 24 VDC Constavolt battery chargers
(2) 2500 Watt heart inverters
(2) 50 amp Charles iso boost transformers
100 amp single phase buck boost transformer
(2) 40 KW Northern Lights generators (1) 14,046 hrs (2) 14,484 hrs
8 KW Northern Lights night loads generator 6,759 hrs
Deck & Hull:
2005 Novurania 460 RIB with 90 hp Yamaha outboard
Hydraulic crane 3450 lbs SWL recently rebuilt.
Hydraulic swim platform that folds down to create a ‘beach’
Maxwell Marine hydraulic VWC 5000 anchor windlass
(2) Maxwell Marine hydraulic VC 3000 capstans
330 lb Bruce Anchor with 400 ft ½” chain
180 lb Forfjord auxiliary anchor with davit
Fortress FX37 with 300 ft 1” nylon rope
Kahlenberg Q3A Quadrulex Chimetone Marine air horn
(2) ACR RCL100 remote control spotlights
Safety & Fire Protection:
Viking 8 person liferaft new 2019
(12) adult type 1 life jackets
(4) child type 1 life jackets
ACR Mini B EPIRB
(2) 406 EPIRB
(2) type IV life ring
ACR strobe M.O.B. beacon
All required flares
(5) Immersion suits (survival suits)
(2) 54 lb Halon in engine room with auto shutdown on fans and fuel and other appropriate equipment
(4) fire fighting Stations with hoses and extinguishers
(6) 10 lb fire extinguishers throughout vessel
Rochester Instrument Co. AN3100 64 point alarm system with enunciators
Infrared motion sensors
Fire and smoke detectors
Remote response panel in captain’s cabin
Mechanical Equipment & Engine Details:
Twin Detroit Diesel 16V92 1400 HP fitted with TDI Turbostart pneumatic starters (100 hrs SMOH)
Twin Disc DD6619RV VDrive
transmit ions (2007)
Veem 5 bladed props on 4.5” Aquamet 22 shafts
Naiad Stabilizers 16 sq ft fins with electronic control
16” hydraulic bow thruster with PTO off #1 genset and electric backup
Mathers CH5 pneumatic 4 station engine controls
Twin 2 speed Wagner hydraulic steering systems
Engine driven air compressor
(2) 220VAC air compressors
24VDC air compressor
Juel compressor for heads
(2) 72 ton Marine Air reverse cycle chillers (2019)
(2) HRO standard water makers (1200GPD each)
65 gallon water heater
(3) freshwater pumps (2) 220VAC (1) 24VDC
(6) Microphor toilets
Microphor MSD Type II 10 person system
Fuel Treatment & Tankage:
Main Engines: Twin Racor 79 / 1000 with vacuum gauges
40 KW generator Racor 500A
8 KW generator Racor 220/225
Electric & manual fuel transfer pumps
Fuel tankage: 7764 gallons (8 tanks)
Gasoline: 226 gallons (2 tanks) Not being used.
Water: 947 gallons
Grey water: 215 gallons (2 tanks)
Black water: 61 gallons
Plus Microphor MSD: 182 gallons
Lube oil: 234 gallons
Waste oil: 234 gallons
Marine grade 5086 & 5053 aluminum plate construction electrically double butt welded with the following basic thickness over longitudinal and transverse framing.
Hull: ½” and ¾”
Tank tops: 5/16”
Deck: ¼” with teak overlay
(4) watertight bulkheads ½” to main deck level ¼” above deck
Hull and superstructure painted in Awl grip in (2015) and is in excellent condition
Bottom painted in Seahawk Tropicote in (2017)
Owners and captains personal affects and artwork.