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High Occupancy164' Oceanfast Custom 1989

$ 8,499,000

Custom built in Australia to a Jon Bannenberg and Phil Curran design, "High Occupancy" is an iconic vessel that combines huge internal volume with incredible 30 knot performance, and a very convenient shallow draft of 5'3". Built of aluminum and fiberglass superstructure, she is powered by triple MTUs and Kamewa water-jets. Featuring triple decks, 6 cabins, and recently refit with new hull paint, a comprehensive service of all equipment, modernized tech, and elegant new interiors, the yacht is ready to be enjoyed by a new owner!


Notable Features:


  • Timeless Jon Bannenberg / Phil Curan Design
  • 22 Knot Cruise, 30 Knot Top Speed Performance
  • Shallow draft (5’3”) water jet propulsion
  • 496 GT, Class Certification from IYB
  • Aluminum Hull / Fiberglass Superstructure
  • Large Interior Volume, Open interior plan with floor to ceiling windows
  • New Hull paint 2020, with Ceramic coating 2023
  • W-5 and W-6 on Engines 2020, Rebuilt Jets 2023
  • Master on the bridge deck with his/hers bathrooms and private entrance to outside
  • 6 Cabins with Convertible Media Room featuring ensuite head.
  • 2023 Updated Bridge Electronics, Audio Visual Equipment, and Starlink Satellite.
  • 2020 All New interior furnishing and carpets.
  • 19’ Nouvarania Tender, 2 New Yamaha Jet Skis
  • New Sundeck Teak decks



United Yacht Sales is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Reel Deal Yachts. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel

Specifications

  • Price USD:$ 8,499,000
  • Builder:

    Oceanfast

  • Model:

    Custom

  • Year:

    1989

  • Location:

    Fort Lauderdale, Florida, United States

  • Type:

    Power Yacht

  • LOA: 164 ft in
  • Display Length: 164 ft
  • Beam: 30' 6"
  • Yacht Category

    Superyacht

  • Water Capacity: 2615 gals
  • Fuel Capacity: 25000 gals
  • Engine Details: MTU 16V396TB94
  • Engine 1: 3400.00 HP
  • Engine 2: 3400.00 HP
  • Engine 3: 3400.00 HP
  • Engine Fuel: Diesel
  • Days on Market:

Rebuild water jet Rams, hydraulic pumps, and backup pumps

Replaced SLIOS in KaMeWa control system.

Replace both Bow Thruster electric motors, hoses, pumps, and modules

Replace all cables, rebuilt rams, and replace cables with Spectra on both Cranes, fitted wireless remotes

Repainted Jacuzzi.

Fitted Starlink satellite internet systems, and new Camera System

Replaced bridge monitors and added a third screen to monitor camaras.

Fitted new satellite compass.

Fitted tender tow lights.

Fixed compass bridge night light.

Replaced engineering monitoring screen on dash.

Painted white foredeck forward of bridge.

Painted wing station covers and made them removeable.

Ceramic coated the blue hull.

Rebuilt refrigeration system.

Reinsulated 70% of chilled water aircon lines.

Fitted 2 new screens to Captain’s cabin for monitoring bridge Nav and cameras.

Reprogrammed bridge matrix.

Replaced Nobel Tech Nav Computer.

Fitted 4 new UPS’S IN BRIDGE.

Added water filters to the three ice makers onboard.

Replaced one Air Con compressor and condenser.

Fitted Harmonics filters to both Aircon compressors and 6 engine room fans.

Rebuilt hydraulic power packs for both aft deck windlasses and cranes.

Redesigned aft deck and crane hydraulics to function correctly.

Replaced wing station upper instrument panels with correct hole patterns.

Serviced Dive compressor.

Serviced gyro compass.

Swung magnetic compass.

Repaired both forward crew shower stalls.

Service Atlas shore power unit.

Main Engines

Port: Completely rebuilt W6

Stbd: W5, new liners, rings, cylinder heads reconditioned, fuel injector pumps tested and serviced, all new injector’s, all three turbos tested and calibrated, new pre-heater pump (2020)

Generators both are completely rebuilt as of September 2020

Emergency Fire System had annual service, replaced quick release cables, replace solenoids to engine room fire flaps

Forward watermaker (New 2017)

Aft watermaker (New 2017)

New Low-pressure pump 2020

All sea water valves onboard have been replaced (2020) Both bow thrusters have had their annual service

Both oil cooler pumps replaced

All hydraulic systems including pumps were serviced by Signature marine

Both motors serviced and mega tested by Furnas Marine (2020)

Aft motor rear bearing replaced

Black water system had annual service and valves replaced

New bilge system installed (2020)

Bow Fire Pump had annual service, replace bearing in motor (2020)

Replace all mounts on pump and motor

Both cranes had an annual service to all hydraulics system valve blocks etc., Signature Marine (2020)

New Vectron cable was replaced on both cranes, Florida Rigging (2020)

Both cranes painted (September 2020)

All zincs replaced (2020)

New bottom paint (2020)

KaMWa System hydraulic cylinders serviced (2020)

A/V upgrade - distributed audio system throughout the guest common areas of the vessel with Pandora, Spotify, and Apple Music compatible system

iPad controlled audio video system in common areas and master stateroom

Satellite TV, Blu-ray, and Apple TV Video sources (only Blu-ray in lower guest cabins) WiFi network throughout the vessel

Multiple Internet sources (VSAT, Cell Data, & Marina Wifi)

Air/cond system had annual service, replace zincs in chiller

Replace all air handlers fan system

Exhaust fan replacement in several areas

All Grey water sump tanks replaced and serviced

Exhaust ducting annual cleaning in galley

Exhaust fan replaced in laundry area


Annual service to all washer and dryer machines

Installed new instant hot water system in day head on sundeck The complete superstructure was professionally polished (2020) New shell plate completed under swim platform

New teak decks on sundeck (Sept 2020)


 


Rebuild of (2) Richfield bow thrusters

Installation of (12) new hoes, Kamewa waterjet reversing & steering buckets Installation of rebuilt rotation ram passerelle

S-Band radar servicing including installation of a new mic

Starboard aft davit servicing

Fuel tanks cleaning as required

Hull shell plate work chain locker and midships cofferdam

Hull shell chain locker & cofferdam ceramic polymer-metal coatings application Corrosion remediation at stem cutwater

Restoration of cutwater stainless steel strike guards

Corrosion remediation anchor chains

Shot marking anchor chains

Hull polishing/generator exhaust discharge areas

Hull topsides paintwork bow & various areas LUU marine

Foredeck non-skid painting

Renewal of sacrificial zinc anodes as required

Refinishing jacuzzi tub / Ceramic coat

Deck drains clearing and repairs

Renewal of caulking beads as required / superstructure

Preparation and application for (2) coats hull anti-fouling

Foredeck davit rebuild UMT

Renewal of cushions covers as required

Refinish bridge deck aft round tables

Polishing of superstructure paint in areas as required

Installation of (2) new pilothouse curved windows

Installation of new carpet Fabrica mater cabin & hallway

A/V servicing

Restoration of crew’s hull entries

Interior


Headliners of ultra-suede, mirror, leather, and painted panels Incandescent overhead lighting Lacquer finish wallsWindow treatments in Duet blinds & Roman shades - main and aft salonWhite marble in main foyer and bathrooms 


Custom white carpet in main salonCustom wool carpeting in stateroomsHigh gloss teak and holly aft salon soleHigh gloss beach wood soles in galley and crew mess All staterooms have ensuite bathrooms 


Main Deck 


As you board, either the port or starboard entrance, you are welcomed into the foyer through sliding glass doors into the main salon. The large main salon offers comfortable seating, a game table, and beautiful white carpeting. Aft of the main salon, there is an open entertaining area featuring a new full-service bar with white light-up onyx (starboard) with 3 barstools and 2 circular seating areas for casual dining for up to 12 guests. Floors are varnished teak and holly and there’s a new large TV port side. This area is also known as the breakfast room. 


There are exit doors both port and starboard that lead to outside seating port aft. Here is where you access to the engine room through the watertight door and there is also access to the lower bathing platform which is covered with teak. 


Once back inside and moving forward from the main salon, there are two identical guest bathrooms that mirror each other center, a media room that can convert to a 6th stateroom starboard and formal dining for 12 guests with direct access from the galley port. 


The owner’s study and media room feature a comfortable couch that also doubles as a queen bed. The coffee table conveniently spits into two and can double as side tables when used as a stateroom. There is a new Samsung TV that is great to watch sports or a gaming area for children. There is a dresser for storage and a separate head, shower and closet for guests’ clothes or storage. 


The Formal Dining area sits 12 guests comfortably for dining with easy access from the galley. There is a buffet stand for beverage and/or food staging when not enjoying formal dining. The room can be closed off for privacy and the view thru the large windows offers a nice touch while dining. Aft of the galley is a stewardess prep area for serving directly into the formal dining area. 


Moving forward from the main solon is the commercial stainless-steel galley that offers great space for the finest chefs. The crew mess is situated adjacent the galley (starboard) and offers a u-shaped settee. There is a surveillance system for monitoring in this area. Moving forward, is a walk-in laundry room with dual washer/dryer. 


 


Bridge Deck / Upper Deck 


From the main salon, there is a spiral staircase that leads you to the bridge deck. From the top of the stairs, you can exit the yacht, starboard, or enter the owner’s suite aft. Like the main deck, you will enjoy plenty of natural light from the large, stylish windows. To your right is the entrance to “His” closet, shower, and head. Continuing aft from the starboard side you enter the spacious master suite with new white carpet and a king size bed that faces aft. When not enjoying the natural sunlight, there are black out shades for the windows. You will find the entrance to the large “Hers” bathroom, which is complete with a large jacuzzi tub, vanity and walk in closet with great space. 


There is a private door from the master suite that exits from the starboard side out to the aft deck and the wide workaround decks. You will find a custom teak dining table with comfortable seating for 10 guests under the covered deck area. 


Forward of the Owner’s Stateroom you will find the Captain’s office and bridge. Captain’s cabin is aft of the pilothouse on the port side. For easy access outside from the bridge, you will find sliding glass doors both port and starboard, accessing the side decks and wing stations 


On the starboard side of the bridge, you will find a stairway down to the galley and crew mess. Tender storage is located both port and starboard and the launching crane is aft.  


Sundeck


There are two staircases leading up to the Sundeck from the bridge deck aft. This is a great area for sunning, entertaining or enjoying the 10 person Jacuzzi. There is a small bar, with refrigerator, and a guest head with shower. A new sound system has been installed with speaker lights which add to an amazing ambiance. Moving forward you will find a circular seating area that allows great views while underway. Aft on the sundeck features a great seating area and 4 teak sun loungers. 


Lower Deck 


From the main salon, you walk down the beautiful spiral staircase with updated silver hand railing where you will find 4 guest staterooms, all en-suite. The staterooms are timeless with styling in a light in color design, lacquered furniture, mirrored wardrobes and televisions in each room. 


The two forward cabins have king beds and Jacuzzi tubs with shower in the bathroom (The blue and pink staterooms). 


Aft you will find 2 staterooms that mirror each other, both with a queen bed and a single bed that is adjacent. These rooms sleep up to 3 guests in each room (The gold and purple staterooms). The ensuite bathrooms have a shower, no tub. 


 


Crew Quarters 


Forward of the guest staterooms, you will find 4 crew cabins accommodating 9 crew, located on the lower deck forward (all refurbished in 2010) and a separate Captain's Cabin is located aft of the wheelhouse on the bridge deck. 


 


Mechanical Equipment 


Port Engine:MTU 16V396 TB94 - New April 2021 - HP is 3400 @ 2100 rpms Engine hours: 132.6, since replaced (March 2022) 


Starboard Engine:MTU 16V396 TB94 - HP is 3400 @ 2100 rpmsW5 service complete 2020Engine hours: 3800, since complete overhaul (March 2022) 


Center Engine:MTU 16V 2000M93 CR - New 2006 – HP is 2400 @ 2450 rpms Engine hours: 3200, since complete overhaul (March 2022) 


All Three Main Engines – removed and replaced engine and gearbox tapered mounts Removed and installed coupling overhauled with new sealsEconomical speed: 15kts, 120 gals per hour, 3,120 nm rangeCruise speed: 27-30kts, 380 gals per hour, 1,600 nm range 


Light load & flat sea state max speed: 30 knots at 2,000 rpms per hour 3 x KaMeWa 80 562/6 Waterjets, new control system 2006ZF transmissionsRolls Royce engine controls, upgraded to digital in 2006 


Dry exhaust muffler system (New 2016)Dahl fuel filtersKoopnautic/Quantum stabilizers, Quantum fins new 2005, FAL 124 AVA2 x 48 kW Richfield Retractable bow thrusters7 x bilge compartments with high water alarmsHeli-Sep 500 OCD oily/water (OWS)separators, new 2005; (Annual Service Jan 2020)Alfa Laval M.A.B. 104B fuel oil purifier Rebuilt (Jan 2020)Freshwater system = 2 x Speck Hydrophore Bronze BS-40Greywater system = Evac Ejector systemBlackwater system = Evac Ejector system16 x Evac marine toiletsHamann waste treatment systemNew upgrade March 20082 x Water-maker, Village Marine 3000 GPDAtlas Copco compressed air systemDive compressor and systemDelta T engine room blowersAir conditioning is chilled water typeNew Air-Con Chiller system 38 ton with WIFI control panel - Model MDTCH38T2S083SC (New 2011) Marine Air digital AC controls 


 


Naiad Quantum stabilizers 


Electrical System 


AC Atlas Smart Box installed April 2008. 480V / 208V 3 phase 2 x 100 amps 100' shore power cordDC = 24v2 x Northern Lights M 6108T / 125 kW M 6108T / 125 kW Port Gen = 2927.8, since complete overhaul (March 2022) Stb Gen = 2678, since complete overhaul (March 2022) 


Atlas 76 kVAHoneywell PMS 6350 (EMS Marcon)Performance monitoring system computer / PLC system - Hastrup Automation - M/E Alarm system (2006) SAFT (Nickel Cadmium) batteries 


 


Communication and Navigation Equipment 


C-Plath Navipilot V HSC Navigat X MKIDigital gyro, Annual Overhaul Replacement of all partsFuruno SC-110 Sat compass backup via Sperry Navitwin compass monitor C-Plath Naviknot III speed logSperry Doppler speed log, (New July 2007)Furuno X Band 2150 96 mi. radar Replacement new Magnetron (March 2020) Furuno S Band 2135 96 mi. radar Replacement new Magnetron (March 2020) B&G depth sounderFuruno FCV-1200L color LCD sounderFuruno depth sounderB&G Hydra 20002 x JRC GPS Navigator GPS'sMaptech Pro Course PlotterFuruno Felcom 12 GMDSS Inmarsat CFuruno FS -2575C GMDSS SSB TransceiverDSC Watch Receiver Furuno FS-1562-15Furuno DSC-602 x Furuno FM-8900 GMDSS VHF'sFuruno FS-1562 SSB transceiverWeather fax Furuno Fax-207AIS Furuno FA-100JRC Navitex NCR-33010 x ICOM VHF portables IC-M882 x 15" monitor screens2 x B&G 2020 displays for bow thruster controlsTelephone/Intercom PABX Panasonic KX-TD 12324 x Kahlenberg air horns SearchlightWeems & Plath clock & barometer 



Audio Visual and Entertainment Equipment 


9 x U.S. Direct TV receivers SeaTel Satellite DSS TV system 


Hi Fi system by Audio Design Associates of New Jersey - each stateroom and salon area have touch control screens by Dynamic Entertainment Systems, model MX3000 with overhead speakers throughout 


Sharp 60" TV w/HD receiver and Blu Ray player in Media Room/StudySharp 40" flat screen, Sony DVD, Pioneer CD in Master StateroomSamsung 21" flat screen TV in Captain's CabinNew Samsung 28" flat screen TV's with Samsung Blu Ray players in Guest Staterooms Sharp 19" TV, Samsung DVD/VCR, Sony CD in Crew Mess 


Pioneer CD player with iPod docking station in the Main Salon and 40" Samsung flat- screen TV with Onkyo DVD player in the aft salon 


 


Deck Equipment 


2 x Geographe vertical anchor windlasses2 x Geographe GD 1000 aluminum warping capstans2 x Harrison Croft stainless steel custom anchors, Poole stockless type, 270 kg each Spare anchor, Bruce 50 kg, with additional 3/4" chainNVK-2 19mm stud link galvanized chains, 450' each port & starboardChains stowed in lockers w/watertight hatches in foredeck tender lockerSaltwater Chain wash6 x S/S custom fairlead's7 x anodized aluminum mooring bitsMarquipt electric / hydraulic passarelle which extends well out from center2 x Veem 1750 tender davits, located P&S on aft boat deck1,000 lbs Marquipt crane on foredeck19' Novurania custom tender (New 2012) 


SundeckOpen air observation lounge with Bimini topAmidships on deck washroom with separate toilet and shower stall Aft is octagonal 10-person Jacuzzi tubCenterline stairwells P&S down to aft boat deckNew sound system with lighted speakers 


Aft Boat DeckLarge dining area and deck seating aft with deck chairs & bench seating aft Owner's stateroom w/private entry aft to starboardP&S sliding doors to wheelhousePortuguese Bridge 


ForedeckRaised heavy duty S/S handrailsP&S anchor windlassesLarge deck hatch on center for tender stowage Port hatch entry to fwd. pump roomP&S storage locker 


Main DeckRaised closed in bulwarks with heavy duty S/S handrail secured on top P&S access to main entry doorsBoarding doors in hull sides 


 


Overhead lightingOverhead closed-circuit TV cameras P&S aft guest entry doorsNew bar with white light-up Onyx 


Aft DeckLower closed in bulwarks with heavy S/S handrail secured on top Centerline stairway down to swim platform with removable S/S rail sections S/S handrails & courtesy deck lightsP&S side deck openings in bulwarks which are fairlead's and freeing ports S/S deck scupper drains in waterwaysAft on centerline is stairway up to Owner's deck 


Safety and Fire Protection 


Crew emergency exit to foredeckEngine room emergency exit to aft deck4 x Elliots 10-person canister life rafts20 x Adult & 2 x child immersion survival suits2 x 406 EPIRB'sSART37 x Type I life jackets4 x Throw rings, 30"2 x Smoke light signaling buoys2 x Retrieving linesRemovable lifelines2 x Firefighting suits2 x Fire axesFire & general alarm in wheelhouse2 x Fire blanketsClean wet agent fire suppression for galleyHalon 1301 fire suppression system & shutdowns for engine room Honda bilge/fire pump (New 2013)9 x Seawater firefighting outlets with hosesHandheld fire extinguishersOverhead smoke detectorsFirst Aid kit 


 


Galley and Laundry Equipment 


Corian countertops2 x 4-burner Garland Oven / Range Lang Hobs (2016)Hot griddleHood Depot stove hood extractor systemWells deep fryerWells BBQ grillLG Panasonic microwave (2016)APW express toasterSub Zero freezerHoshizaki icemakerHoneywell dual compressor refrigerationWalk-in refrigerator, 72 cu.ft.Port & starboard walk-in freezers in crew area, 90 cu.ft. each Insinkerator garbage disposal1 x Miele automatic dishwasher2 x Miele Touchtronic W3033 washing machines2 x Miele Touchtronic T8003 dryersMoyer Diebe dish washerLaurastar steam ironWine cooler aft of galley, 2 x 27 bottle racksScotsman refrigerator & icemaker at aft deck bar 


Tender and Toys 


19’ Novurania tender 

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