CHAGOS
Yacht for Sale

Length: 95' / 28.96m | Builder: Ocean Voyager | Year: 2013
CHAGOS Yacht for Sale

CHAGOS Yacht for Sale - 95'Ocean Voyager

Type: Motorboat
Category: Trawler Yacht
Condition: Used
Length: 95' (28.96m)
Beam: 23' (7.01m)
Speed (Cruising): 8 Knots/9 MPH
Speed (Max): 10 Knots/11.51 MPH
Builder: Ocean Voyager
Draft: 9' (2.74m)
Model Year: 2013
Build Year: 2013
Location: New Bedford
Staterooms: 5
Features:
Price: $1,195,000 USD
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    CHAGOS was built for an avid sport fisherman to access remote fishing grounds of the world. The maiden voyage from the US brought her owner and crew through the Caribbean to Brazil, and then trans-Atlantic to the coast of Africa for its trophy fishing grounds.

    CHAGOS was designed to be a low-maintenance expedition yacht that can be run with minimal crew.

    Purchased with the intention of being a ‘shadow yacht’, the current owner has given CHAGOS a cosmetic, mechanical and electronic refit over the last two years. Some of the notable features are listed below.

    2019/2020

    • Newly painted decks
    • Newly painted topsides
    • Newly painted underbody
    • Running gear removed and serviced
    • Stabilizers serviced
    • Fuel tanks cleaned
    • Fire suppression systems replaced
    • Fuel polishing and transfer pumping system added (ability to provide fuel as a mothership to other vessels)
    • All hydraulics serviced
    • New navigation electronics

    Being an expedition yacht, CHAGOS is capable of many tasks, whether it be adventure cruising, exploration, fishing, shadow yacht, sabbatical or as an escape vessel to live off the grid.

    She is rugged, safe and comfortable at sea and anchor. Her commercial hull design is extremely economical and seakindly. Due to a change in owner’s plans, CHAGOS is offered for sale.

    Not for sale or charter to US citizens while in US waters. Contact broker for details.


    Boarding from the swim platform there are steps up to the covered aft deck. Here there is room for exterior chairs and table or toy and tender storage.

    Moving forward through a watertight door you enter a large area that is currently set up as a utility room but previously was a saloon. Forward of this is the dining area with table settees and chairs. Forward and to port is the professional-grade galley with a crew mess along with crew cabin with two bunks and private head forward.

    Back in the dining area the center passageway leads up to the pilothouse where there is a captain’s cabin and en-suite head. Forward of the dining area to starboard is the passageway leading belowdecks to guest and crew staterooms.

    On this level there is a washer/dryer station with another cabin forward with four bunks for additional crew or kids. Aft of the stairway are the guest quarters. There are port and starboard guest cabins, each with a queen berth and single bunk above. The port cabin has an en-suite head. There is an additional head forward of the port cabin that is shared by the starboard guest cabin and crew/kids berths forward. The owner’s cabin and head is currently removed from the yacht with the intent of setting up an office space. Going aft through a watertight door is access to the engine room.

    The boat deck was designed to carry flats boats and tender. There is a hydraulic crane that is used for launching and retrieval of tenders and toys.


    • Stainless steel countertops
    • Samsung front-load washer and dryer (lower foyer)
    • (2) Under-counter 32-bottle wine coolers (dining salon)
    • Stainless steel worktops
    • Double sink
    • Bosch five-burner LPG gas cooktop with oven Ansul fire suppression system over cook top
    • Gas sniffer with auto cut off
    • Hood exhaust microwave
    • Samsung side by side fridge, freezer with ice maker
    • Dinette for four

    • Steel hull, 5/16” hull and decks, ¼” bulwarks and house, 3/16” pilot house, framing 2” x 3” x ¼”, angle at 20” centers with 2.5” x ¼” flat bar longitudinals
    • (4) Watertight bulkheads, two with doors
    • (7) Watertight dogged aluminum exterior doors
    • Aluminum mast with crow’s nest

    • Fuel: 6,000 gallons integral bottom tanks midships 4,500 gal, fwd 1,500 gal
    • Water: 1,500 gallons integral, aft
    • Tanks have 22” inspections plates
    • Holding: 150 gallon polyethelene with overboard discharge and macerator pump.
    • Hot water: (2) 20 gal 230VAC hot water heaters

    • (2) Cummins NT855 6 cylinder 350 hp @1800 RPM water cooled via heat exchanger/ wet exhaust, mechanical engines with engine room and pilot house mechanical gauges
    • Twin disc MG5114 3:1 transmissions
    • (2) Racor 1000 filters with secondary and primary fuel filters on each engine
    • Michigan Wheels 4-blade propeller 40”x40”
    • PTO off both main engines for bow thruster and windlass
    • Shafts, rudders and stuffing boxes all serviced 2020

    • (2) 38 kW KUBOTA generators, keel cooled, wet exhaust
    • Racor 500 fuel filter on each generator
    • 24v main engine batteries port and starboard
    • Battery charger/inverter
    • 2000 watt solar panel system with 1600 amp/hour at 24V AGM battery bank
    • Genset start batteries
    • A/C shore power 100amp
    • Galvanic isolator transformer

    • (2) 5-ton air cooled Carrier HVAC units, one dedicated to lower deck and one for main deck and pilothouse
    • 50 hp Key Power hydraulic bow thruster
    • (2) 25 sq ft Key Power hydraulic stabilizer fins
    • Watermaker by Watermakers Inc.
    • LED lighting throughout
    • 500# Bruce style anchor with hydraulic anchor winch, 250’ of ½” chain and 300’ of ¾” cable

    • (2) Seapost helm chairs
    • Two-person bench seat
    • Watertight doors port and starboard accessing full walkaround
    • Portuguese bridge
    • Office area to starboard aft
    • Captain’s cabin with double berth and en-suite head aft

    • (2) Garmin GPS map 8617 MFD (2020)
    • Garmin Fantom 124 120W radar (2020)
    • Garmin wind transducer (2020)
    • Garmin sonar (2020)
    • Garmin camera (2020)
    • Iridium phone
    • Icom hand held VHF
    • Simrad NAIS 400 class B AIS system
    • Kahlenberg whistle control
    • Simrad AP28 autopilot
    • (2) ICOM M504 DSC VHF radios
    • Richie magnetic compass
    • (3) FLIR Cameras: (1) atop crows nest, (1) port side main deck, (1) starboard side main deck

    • (2) Six-person life rafts (serviced September 2020)
    • (2) Eight-person life rafts (serviced September 2020)
    • Lazarette and E.R fixed fire extinguishing system CO2 (all piping replaced 2019)
    • (2) Main emergency bilge pumps 3phase
    • 12v Bilge pumps
    • Fire pump with main and fire stations around vessel

    Not for sale or charter to US citizens while in US waters. Contact broker for details.