Boarding "Sea Bear" can be accomplished either by the large swim platform aft, side boarding gates on either side of the aft deck, or the boarding gates either side forward of the salon to the forward walk-around decks. The yacht has lightweight carbon fiber boarding steps which may be deployed by a single crew member if necessary.
Starting at the swim platform, this area is protected by stainless staple rails, has a teak sole, and a 100 gallon gas tank under the platform for tender fueling. There is an aft entrance to the crew quarters, power, water and capstans for the aft dock lines, as well as steps on each outboard side leading up to the aft deck.
The aft deck has side boarding gates outboard on both sides, a primary entrance to the crew and engine room to starboard, and a full bar with refrigeration and sink to port. There is also a large LED TV on the port forward bulkhead. The aft deck has an upgraded curved salon door, large teak dining table with molded aft seating, loose chairs, and teak sole.
The full-beam salon is accessed from both the aft deck and forward outboard foyer entrance doors. This area features custom furnishings, tables and game table, and wine cooler. The salon also features large windows, blinds/shades, internal overhead lighting, and custom Mahogany cabinet doors, stone sole entrance aft by the stainless salon entrance door, and carpeting throughout. The entertainment center is located aft to starboard with a wall mounted LED TV, entertainment stack concealed in a cabinet, and the entire yacht is outfitted with Crestron entertainment.
The large formal dining area features a custom table with place settings and chairs, abundant built-in cabinet storage for dining plate ware, dishes, and glassware.
The starboard side forward foyer has a day head, an art niche, staircase leading up to the pilothouse, large entrance door with companion picture window, and stone sole. This foyer leads past the pantry into the upgraded country kitchen.
The country kitchen is complete with large side-by-side refrigerator with ice maker, double oven, and microwave oven, surface mounted range with overhead vent hood, a double deep-well stainless sink, additional refrigeration, trash compactor, dishwasher, and island. The galley features abundant cabinets for provisioning and cookware storage throughout. There is a large raised dinette forward with an LED TV on the forward bulkhead. The galley soles are a dark plank Amtico engineered wood finish.
The VIP is accessed down a staircase forward to starboard. There is an additional full cabinet at the base of the staircase. This stateroom has a centerline queen berth with storage underneath, emergency escape hatch overhead, audio/visual entertainment, overhead lighting, and a walk in closet, All guest staterooms feature en-suite heads with a large lighted mirror vanity, storage cabinets, upgraded faucets, Headhunter toilets, and upgraded stone accents.
Back up to the forward port side of the salon is the port foyer. The foyer features a large entrance door with companion picture window, a large closet with the laundry washer and dryer stack unit for the owner and guest staterooms, additional refrigeration and access underneath the pilothouse where various ship's electrical, equipment, and audio/visual central bases are located. This entrance area has a stone sole to the staircase leading to the lower foyer landing. There is abundant hard luggage storage underneath this staircase.
The master and guest staterooms are located amidship and accessed via the lower foyer. The master is full beam, and features a centerline king berth with gas shock assisted lift and abundant storage underneath Mahogany wood accents, overhead wood detailing and trays, and carpeted sole. The master has a LED TV, enlarged port lights, abundant chest drawer banks, a companion seat, desk, walk-in closet, and blinds, lighting, and audio/visual.
The master stateroom has entrances forward on both port and starboard to his and hers full-beam head. This head has dual vanities with overhead lighting, upgraded faucets on the vanities, storage cabinets, upgraded shower heads, custom upgraded stones on the vanity tops, sole and in the centerline shower, Headhunter heads, and linen closets.
The guest staterooms are located aft of the lower foyer and feature overhead lighting, enlarged port lights, and carpeted soles. The port guest stateroom features side-by-side twin berths with storage underneath, a nightstand which can be relocated and the berths joined to create a single large berth, and hanging locker. The audio/visual entertainment is located forward.
The starboard guest stateroom features a queen berth with nightstands outboard. There is storage underneath the berth and a hanging locker. The audio/visual entertainment located forward.
Moving up from the entrance foyer to starboard is the pilothouse. The pilothouse features the full complement in navigational electronics, custom Stidd helm chair, navigation desk, a large oval shape observation lounge with table, 180 degree visibility through large pilothouse windows, and a staircase up through a sliding stainless door to port accessing the Flybridge.
The Flybridge has a centerline helm with 3 Stidd chairs, factory hardtop with overhead lighting, a large seating area to starboard with teak table, and a full bar with sink, refrigeration, grill and bar seating to port.
The boat deck is down a few steps aft and features a large hot tub to port, a lounge to starboard, access to staircase via a protected sliding door to starboard, and ample storage for tenders and toys with davit crane.
The foredeck of "Sea Bear" features a large keyhole seat with storage aft in the Boson's locker, twin anchors/ground tackle located in the bow.
Accessed from either the aft deck to starboard or the swim platform are the crew quarters. This area has a devoted laundry center with washer and dryer, sink and refrigerator, cabinets, and a large icemaker and freezer. The captain's stateroom is located to port with a queen berth, cabinets, and a hanging locker, en-suite head with shower, entertainment, and desk.
The crew staterooms are to starboard and the forward has double over/under bunks, the aft has a single berth and both share an en-suite head with shower.
The engine room is accessed forward of the crew quarters.
Diesel Fuel System
Approximately 5,500 gallons (US) of diesel in one tank separated into three compartments with a transfer system including a pump, meter and distribution manifold. All diesel consumers draw from the center compartment (Day Tank). During normal operations fuel is transferred to the day tank via the transfer pump. Fueling process is via either of two deck fill locations amidships, port or starboard side. Tank is vented to atmosphere on both sides of the vessel. Tank level monitoring is via electronic sensor and display with hi/low level alarms. Tank is all aluminum, welded construction with internal baffles and three divided areas
Pumps: fuel transfer pump will have a flow meter and timer
Fuel Filters: one dual Sea Pro 8 with isolation valve each main and one Dual Racor 75/500 for each generator
Fuel Gauges: sight tubes located in Engine Room and monitoring
Fuel Tank: ¼" 5086 alloy aluminum separated tank with dual fills and standard vents, monitoring, and sight tube level indicators. Approximate capacity: 5,500 gallons
Gasoline Fuel System
The gasoline system consists of a tank, an air diaphragm pump and hose with nozzle to transfer the gas. The hose, nozzle and pump along with the tank fill are located under the hatch centered on the Swim Step deck
Tank: Aluminum, 100 gallon
Pump: Air Diaphragm
Lube Oil System
The vessel's main engines and generators can be serviced utilizing and onboard lube oil change system. New/used oil tanks are fitted in the under sole on centerline in Crew Mess. The new oil tank can be filled directly into tank, starboard side. The quick connect hose and portable pump are used to transfer lube oil to/from locations
Tanks: Located under sole in Crew Mess area. Lube Oil – New: Aluminum, 50 gallon/Lube Oil – Used: Aluminum, 50 gallon
Pump: Portable and stowed below the starboard generator
Fittings: Stainless quick connectors
HVAC Systems-Air Conditioning The interior of the vessel is kept at a constant temperature through the use of a seawater cooled/heated reverse cycle, treated water HVAC system. The capacity is 18 tons and is distributed throughout the vessel via individual room air handlers of various sizes and BTU ratings. There is one (HVAC) keypad the two air handlers in the Master Stateroom, one for the two air handlers in the Galley, and two for the four air handlers that serve the Salon; all other air handlers are each controlled by a separate keypad
HVAC: all interior areas air conditioned by at least one HVAC unit. Master & Guest Staterooms have chill chaser units
Ventilation: Eight exhaust fans, two in the master head and one in the other heads
Marine Air HVAC System: Four compressors and heating pump, independent seawater intake
(3) Chillers: 230V-1PH-60Hz, 15 tons
Air Handlers: 230V-1PH-60Hz, various BTU as required by volume being treated, utilizing variable speed hi-static DC blowers
Make Up Air: For cycling air through the vessel interior
System consists of five remote-mounted not-automatic bilge float switches and alarms on all float switches
Bilge Pumps: fixed bilge pump system includes two electric 230V AC pumps with 1 ½" PVC lines to each major compartment with check valves, strainers and priming system
The system is comprised of multiple divided and baffled fresh water tanks, two AC supply pumps, suction supply, service and distribution manifolds, two reverse osmosis water makers, and associated valves, filters, expansion tanks, regulators and gauges. Freshwater wash downs with quick connects are located on all decks
Pumps: (2) 220V AC pumps and one 24V DC backup pressure pump with tank
Water Tanks: Are stainless steel with an approximate tank capacity of 1,000 gallons. Monitoring system and sight tube level indicators
Watermaker: (2) Sea Recovery SRC AWC 1400-2 (2,800 gallons per day total)
Water Filters: (5) micron sediment filters with UV sterilization light
Water Heaters: (2) Dual element, fast recovery. (1) 80 gallon and (1) 38 gallon
Waste Water System:
Black and Gray water is routed to an FRP tank. A certified Marine Sanitation Devise (MSD) is installed for treatment of all wastewater tank level monitoring is via electronic sensor and display with level alarms and all tanks are vented at the boot stripe. Discharge is via MSD or direct overboard via diaphragm pump. Also, a dockside connection is located just aft of the starboard fuel fill
Pumps: High capacity solids handling AC diaphragm type
MSD: Headhunter MSD treatment
Holding Tank: tank is composite with an inspection hatch. Tank is electronically monitored and has an approximate capacity of 600 gallons. Headhunter MSD treatment with PLC touch screen, and Auto-Clor treats black and gray water
Gray Water Sumps: Two approximately 15 gallon gray water boxes fitted with screens; also, supply and discharge lines for all showers. Forward and aft sump tank will have sump pumps and 24V DC backup pumps
Compressed Air System
The vessel has a compressed air system for powering the ship's whistle, gasoline dispensing pump, and machinery spaces for air powered tools.
Compressor: SpeedAire 3hp with 20 gallon tank
Air Hose: 18' self-coiling and quick-disconnect