VICTORIA DEL MAR is an exceptionally spacious yacht with all the modern amenities needed for world-wide cruising. Her clean and minimalist interior was styled by Claudette Bonville Associates, who worked closely with the yacht’s owners to produce a fresh and comfortable onboard atmosphere. She has a beam of nearly 34 feet for a total of 7,500 square feet of living area, 781 gross tons, and 9’ draft with Quantum Zero Speed stabilizers, which makes her an extremely comfortable platform. The Delta Design Group was responsible for the entire engineering package, including naval architecture and exterior styling.
The decor is a mixture of light woods and cool color tones. In addition to stonework, the Owner has chosen to use the light airiness of glass to bring the look of the ocean inside. Featured in the guest heads are beautiful custom glass countertops that integrate the sinks with dramatic shapes and forms. The dining table is accentuated by a blown glass chandelier that measures more than 8 feet in length and weighs more than 1,000 pounds. Throughout the yacht are original artwork by Andy Warhol, Elsworth Kelly and Joan Miro. Her main deck offers an open layout with an inviting main salon featuring beautiful woodwork and décor that flows beautifully into a formal dining area that seats 12 guests under the blown-glass chandelier.
VICTORIA DEL MAR can accommodate up to 14 guests for private use (12 for charter service) in seven impressive staterooms. Her master stateroom is located on the bridge deck aft and boasts a semi-private, full-beam air-conditioned aft deck space, with removable windows, and direct access to the sundeck and main aft deck. Two VIP staterooms with queen-size beds are located on the main deck forward while, below deck, she offers two queen staterooms and two twin staterooms - all ensuite. A full gym located on the main deck can be converted to a massage or spa room. A beautiful main staircase of anigre and zebrawood offers access all four decks, as does the elevator.
VICTORIA DEL MAR’s skylounge is an exceptional space to relax. Sit back in the comfortable couches in front of the large-screen TV or enjoy cocktails at the bar and make use of the perfectly situated game table. The skylounge is flanked by private balconies, well suited for sightseeing, reading and more.
VICTORIA DEL MAR’s sundeck is designed for entertaining, complete with bar, outdoor galley, and 100” HD cinema screen. On of the most popular spots on the yacht, this area also offers a large Jacuzzi, sunpads and alfresco dining for up to 18 guests. For convenience, there is a day head and shower on this level. A lightweight carbon fiber, contemporary hardtop (supports the mast, radar and communication systems above) offers guests shade during the day if desired.
Equipped with preferred twin Caterpillar 3512 engines (rebuilt in 2018), VICTORIA DEL MAR has a cruising speed of 12-12.5 knots and a maximum speed of almost 14 knots. Carrying 21,800 US gallons of fuel gives her a range of over 5,000 nautical miles. The ABS 15-year special class survey was completed in spring 2021, and the yacht is LY3 compliant with Jamaican Registry.
VICTORIA DEL MAR is a rare combination of quality, pedigree, space, and features, packaged inside a composite hull and superstructure built by the finest shipyard in the US.
The aft main deck is entered via the passarelle on the starboard side or through boarding doors on port and starboard of the main deck. There are sliding windows on the port and starboard sides of the aft deck for wind and sun protection. On center is a built-in settee aft, table and seating for nine persons. This entire area is air conditioned keeping the temperature down even on the hottest of days. There is a spiral staircase enclosed in glass, which leads up through the owner’s deck and sundeck levels. This area can also be enclosed for inclement weather conditions.
You enter the main salon through two automatic sliding glass doors. Upon entering this area you have a wet bar to port and buffet to starboard. In the main area of the saloon to port and starboard are nearly identical seating areas with two couches, two coffee tables, four ottomans under the coffee tables and four chairs for seating 14 guests. Forward on center is a TV, when not in use the TV drops down into a built-in cabinet out of sight.
Forward of the salon is the dining area with a massive solid glass tabletop on top of a custom cantilever stainless steel base. The table comfortably seats twelve. Fitted into the port, starboard and center cabinets surrounding the dining area built-in custom china, silver, and stemware storage. The floors on the main deck are finished in maple.
Proceeding forward on starboard is the main deck foyer entrance and entrance point to the elevator servicing all four decks. Further forward on port side of this foyer is the main deck day head and stairs leading to the bridge deck level.
Beyond the foyer moving ahead is the main deck guest library, which then leads further forward into the twin main deck VIP cabins. Both VIP cabins are fitted with 8’ high coffered ceilings, walk-in closets, and a custom cabinet, which also houses the entertainment equipment. The heads offer full-size walk-in showers and single wash basins. Skylights are fitted into the coffered ceilings for an amazing amount of natural light. Huge windows in the hull give expansive views.
Just aft of the port VIP cabin is the gym, which converts into a massage room and has amazing views out the hull windows. The gym is fitted with free weights and larger pieces of equipment include a treadmill and stationary cycle.
Also on the main deck is the full-service galley fitted in stainless steel, a stewardess service pantry and forward of galley is the crew lounge/dinette. Also located in the crew mess is the very large walk-in cold storage and freezer. From the crew lounge, the crew go forward down a set of stairs which lead to the laundry room and crew cabins.
The lower deck consists of four guest cabins; the two aft both have standard size queen berths; ensuite heads, with very large bathtubs. Each of these cabins is very spacious with room for loose furnishings and massive amounts of storage. The two forward cabins each have twin berths and large ensuite heads with showers. Aft in the foyer is where the elevator lands on this deck. On the forward end of the foyer is the discreet, direct crew access for service, which also leads forward to the crew quarters and laundry.
Moving forward into the crew quarters from the guest area, on port are stairs leading up to the crew mess and lower deck laundry area. The laundry area is fully equipped with three full size machines, a sink and steam iron. Continuing forward to starboard is the engineer’s cabin with the lower bunk being a queen and an upper single berth. This cabin can either be for a couple or two crew. There is a full-size working desk in this cabin and ensuite bath. Moving forward there are four more cabins, each ensuite and with upper/lower berth configuration. In total, including the Captain, there is accommodation for up to 11/12 crew. The storage under the crew’s quarters is noteworthy as it is a massive area for provisions and dry storage that is well organized and easily accessible.
Starting from the bridge deck foyer aft of the bridge, you can arrive here either via the elevator or stairwell to all decks. Moving aft to port is a day head for this deck level. The floors in the foyer and skylounge are finished in mahogany and holly. Forward from there you enter the very spacious bridge. The bridge is designed for both operating the yacht and for guest comfort. A huge wrap around u-shaped settee is raised for views out the pilot house windows with two tables. Outside the bridge on both port and starboard sides there are drop down control wing stations, which are positioned perfectly for close quarter maneuvering. On the port side aft of the pilot house is the ship’s office and further aft from here is the Captain’s cabin with ensuite head and excellent storage, including two very large hanging lockers.
Starting from the foyer on this deck level and going aft you enter the sky lounge through a set of custom glass doors. Portside is a full-service bar with fossilized wood top. Further forward is a game table; aft is a settee, coffee table and two chairs. A unique feature in this area are the verandas on both port and starboard, both with chairs and tables. The door to the verandas can also be left open, should one like to have fresh air with cross ventilation.
Aft of the skylounge is the massive Owner’s full beam suite, consisting of a bedroom, large his & her bathroom, and a private enclosed deck. Aside from the incredible privacy and space, the position of the Owner’s suite on bridge deck level means you are far from the noises created when the yacht is in operation, such as the bow thruster and anchor deployment. The king berth facing aft offers 180ᵒ views. To port there is a writing desk/vanity and on starboard is a sitting area with couch and chair for reading or relaxing. Two nice walk-in closets to either side provide ample, accessible storage. The owner’s head is beautifully finished with a large bathtub, separate shower, and double wash basins.
Further aft is the enclosed aft deck with full climate control, full-service bar, dinette table and multiple seating areas to relax in privacy or with some company for an intimate meal. A circular stairway that is enclosed with glass and a sliding door provides access to the sundeck or lower aft deck.
The sun deck has multiple access by the aft spiral staircase, the elevator, or internal stairs forward which lead up from the central staircase through all decks.
The sun deck is massive, offering plenty of space for sunning or shade. Moving from aft to forward there is a davit to port for storing wave runners on ocean crossings. Nearby is an 8 person Jacuzzi/hot tub and four chaise lounges. On center is a beautiful dining area which seats 18 guests. Under the hard top on port side is a day head complete with shower. Forward of the dining area is the elevator, which again services all decks. On the port side of the elevator is a full-service bar which faces both aft and forward. Further forward and to starboard is a wonderful built-in settee for intimate conversations.
The hard top covering this area is a true work of art. It has been engineered so there are no posts interfering with the view and built with hybrid composites. All the way forward on the sun deck is the staircase which leads down to the bridge deck main foyer.
The engine room is entered either via the swim platform or port side aft main deck.
The tender is located aft with a float-in garage. This garage has an amazing design, which keeps the tender and its operations completely out of the guest spaces. In addition, the tender can be launched and recovered in less than two minutes. When coastal cruising, the wave runners are stowed on the foredeck. For ocean passages they are stowed on the sun deck.
Gross Tonnage: 781 GT
Displacement (Fully Loaded): 584
Fuel Capacity: 21,000 US Gallons (80,478 Liters)
Water Capacity: 3,306 US Gallons (1,356 Liters)
Clean Lube Oil: 425 US Gallons (1,613 Liters)
Dirty Lube Oil: 396 US Gallons (1,514 Liters)
Waste Oil: 396 US Gallons (1,514 Liters)
Grey Water: 2,285 US Gallons (8,650 Liters)
Black Water: 1,864 US Gallons (7,056 Liters)
Speed Range RPM Fuel Burn
Maximum 14 kts 2,650 nm 1,500 116.7 g/p/h (450 l/p/h)
Cruising 12.5 kts 4,000 nm 1,250 64.6 g/p/h (250 l/p/h)
Economical 12 kts 4,500 nm 1,200 58.3 g/p/h (225 l/p/h)
Range at 11 knots: 5,000 nm
Range at <10 knots @ 1100 rpm: +5,000 nm
Main Engines: 2 x Caterpillar 3512 B, 1,230 kW @ 1,600 (1,650 BHP), rebuilt in 2018
Engine Hours: Port: 24,887; Stbd: 24,644 (March 3, 2023) – next major rebuild is at 37,000 hours
Engine Controls: ZF
Transmissions: Reintjes with 4 to 1 reduction, model # WAF 742
DeAngelo Exhaust system
Generators: 2 x Northern Lights, M1066A1, 130 kW@1,800 RPM 60hz 3 phase
Generator Hours: Port: 42,914; Stbd: 44,289 (March 3, 2023)
• Extensive 4,500 hour service completed December 13, 2022
• Electrical ends of both generators were replaced in 2018.
Voltage: 208/120 volt 3 phase 60 Hz
Generator Fuel Consumption: 4 g/h each
Output Volts: 130 KW 208 volt, 1,800 RPM each
Generator Start Voltage: 24 volt
Shore Power Transformer: Atlas 150 KVA input volts 190- 520, input frequency 40-70Hz
Shore Power Management System:
Atlas Model Number 4KSS 50/60
Converting frequencies of 50 Hz to 60 Hz
Vessel is wired for 60 Hz but also has 4 kva of 50 Hz outlets located in crew mess, galley, stewardess pantry and engine room
Air Conditioning Aqua Air AV60P6-2VHD 360,000 BTU’s
• Six (6) 60,000 BTU units
• Two (2) units replaced in 2022
• Two (2) units replaced in 2021
Bow Thruster: American Bow Thruster, 140 HP with four control stations
Fresh Water Heaters: Intertek, GE Appliances
Fresh Water Makers: 2 x HEM 3200 Series, producing 3,500 USG (13,000 liters) per day each
Fresh Water Pumps: Burks
U.V. Sterilizer (Ship’s water): HEM Aqua 10 (Wedeco 1880 WS)
Fuel Polishing and Water Separator: Westfalia, model OTC2-02-137
Oily Water Separator: Village Marine
Sewage Treatment System: (MSD) Headhunter Tidal Wave TWCS 2000
Toilet System: Jet flushing heads by Head Hunter
Air Compressor Atlas Copco, SF4 FF
Stabilizers: Quantum Two Fin QC – 1800 zero speed system
Steering System: Jastram
Helm/Control Stations: 2 x wing stations, 1 x flybridge, 1 x pilothouse
Monitoring System: Servowatch
Planned Maintenance System (PMS): Yachtlink
Radar: Furuno Radar X Band RPU 013, Furuno Radar S Band RPU 013
Gyrocompass: Sperry Gyro Navogat 100
Auto Pilot: Sperry Navipilot 4000 Autopilot
GPS: Garman 7612 GPS Map, 1x Furuno GPS Navigator GP-170, 1x Furuno GPS Sat Compass
GMDSS: Furuno Navtex receivers NX700
Wind and Depth Sounder: B&G Hydra 2000, Secondary depth sounder Furuno RD-30
Plotter: Transas Navi Sailor 4000 running on VEI computer
Inmarsat: Furuno Felcom 15 Inmarsat C
AIS: Furuno AIS FA 150
Starlink Sat Comm system (December 2022)
VSAT Internet & Phone System Sea Tel
VHF Fixed Standard VHF GX2360S, flybridge and crew mess
2 x Furuno VHF FM8800 D, office
VHF Handheld 2 x Sailor RT5022
Internal Ship’s Communication Panasonic Digital Hybrid System
Entertainment and A/V Equipment
Kaleidescape movie and music storage system
Crestron entertainment control system throughout the vessel..
All guest area window treatments and lighting are Crestron remote controlled.
DVD: Oppo Blu-ray
Other: Apple TV
Other: Apple TV
Other: Apple TV
Other: Apple TV
TV: Sharp Aquos
DVD LG Blu-ray 3D
Stereo Marantz AV Surround
Other Apple TV
Other: Apple TV
DVD: LG Blu-ray
Other: Apple TV
Exterior: Apple TV
Range: Wolf (2022)
Cooktop: Schott Induction – 6 Burner
Microwave Ovens: Sharp, Maytag
Steam Oven: MKN (2018)
Cook Top Hood: Vent-A-Hood
Food Warmer: Cart Vulcan
Refrigerator: Northland Pro Chef
Ice Maker: Scotsman
Wine Chiller: Whynter
Small Refrigerators: 2 x U-Line
Refrigerators: Cospolich, Northland
Ice Maker: U-Line
Main Deck Bar
Ice Maker: U-Line
Ice Maker: U-Line
Anchors: 2 x 1,260 lbs. navy style stainless steel
Anchor Chains: 2 x 450’
Anchor Windlass System: Maxwell vertical model 22000
Aft Warping Capstans: Maxwell 8000
Davit: Nautical Structures model EZ 3000 FB-180
Passarelle: Nautical Structures, hydraulically operational with rotating and telescopic functions.
Jacuzzi: Orca Pacific, 8 person capacity, can be filled with hot water in 20 minutes
Paint (Exterior): Awlgrip (mostly repainted in 2018)
14' (4.3m) Nouverania 2022 with 60 HP Yamaha (in garage)
2 x Yamaha Jetskis 2020
2 x Seabobs
2 x ridged Kayaks
3 x inflatable Paddle Boards 2020
CCTV: Simons C, running on VEI computer
Ship’s Safe: 9 x
Systems and Tank Monitoring:
Servo watch with (6) Rad monitors, monitoring 450 points
VEI bridge monitor system
30 x Furuno multi display RD
Fire Fighting Equipment: Hi Fog: Novenco, X Flow System
Fire Control System: York Fire Fighting
43 x 5 lb. dry powder
18 x 10 lb. dry powder
1 x 20 lb. dry chemical
4 x 5 lb. carbon dioxide
3 x 15 lb. carbon dioxide
EEBD Packs: 6 x
SCBA Packs: 2 x
SCBA Cylinders: 4 x
Alarms: Servo Watch Alarm system, running on VEI computer
Life Rafts: 3 x Viking, 20 pax capacity, type 20DK+
Immersion Suite: 14 x Stearns
EPIRBs: 2 x ACR RBL – 35, 14 x ACR Personal Locator
• April/May 2021
• 15 year ABS special survey successfully completed with all applicable tests
• Stabilizers removed and seals replaced
• Antifouling applied
• Shafts and propellers removed, balanced, and resealed
• Rudders removed and resealed
*A complete exclusions list will be provided with a Purchase and Sale Agreement.
• 33' (10m) Onda towable (2019)
• 32' (9.7m) Intrepid (2x 350hp) towable
• All art
• Loose decorations
• Taylor guitar
• Personal effects