Yacht for Sale

Length: 94' 11" / 28.93m | Builder: Moonen | Year: 2007 / 2021

Previously known as: Nilo

Ciao Yacht for Sale

Ciao Yacht for Sale - 94'Moonen

Type: Motorboat
Category: Motor Yacht
Builder: Moonen
Condition: Used
Length: 94' 11" (28.93m)
Beam: 22' 4" (6.81m)
Engines: 2x , 1,825hp
Speed (Cruising): 12 Knots/13 MPH
Speed (Max): 22 Knots/25.32 MPH
Draft: 5' 11" (1.80m)
Model Year: 2007
Build Year: 2007
Refit: 2021
Refit Type: Basic
Flag: St Vincent
Location: United States
Staterooms: 4
Sleeps: 8
Price: $3,950,000 USD

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    Ciao is a high-quality Dutch-built motoryacht that’s designed for serious ocean-going passages at high speeds in comfort. Noise and vibration levels are exceptionally low throughout the vessel. She defines a category called “Fast Displacement Motoryachts”. Due to a combination of hull material, hydrodynamic design, and the application of variable pitch props, this displacement motoryacht is capable of speeds exceeding 22 knots yet can slow cruise burning only 4 gallons per hour.

    This yacht is made of a special alloy called Sealium which is produced by Alcan Marine. This material is generally used in the construction of commercial and military vessels because of its superior characteristics compared to standard aluminum. Specifically, it is 15% stronger and 20% lighter, however it is also 25% more expensive than aluminum, so is not usually used in the construction of yachts. Similarly, the application of variable pitch props is rare in yachts for the same reason; they're expensive! However, they provide the ability to modulate speed and RPM's without increasing power, which improves fuel consumption and range. And this yacht comes with a spare pair of these expensive propellers.

    Ciao underwent a partial refit at the Moonen Shipyard in Holland in 2019 which included new zero-speed electric stabilizers and a top-end rebuild on both main engines. In 2021 she received a complete paint job on both the hull and house. She is owned by a very knowledgeable yachtsman, who is also serious about selling her so that he can move on to his next adventure. She is priced to sell and available to be seen anytime.

    Naval Architect: Stolk Marimecs
    Interior Designer: Artline
    Exterior Designer: Rene Van Der Velden Designs

    Hull: Sealium plating, 6082 T6 profiles
    Superstructure: Sealium plating, 6082 T6 profiles
    Windows: Double glazed, tinted welded in aluminum frames
    Portholes: Hardened glass in stainless steel frames, with detachable blinds and mosquito screens

    Fuel: 5000 gallons
    Dirty lube oil: 80 gallons
    Fresh water: 1050 gallons
    Grey water: 450 gallons
    Black water: 350 gallons

    Output: 230/400 volt system, 24V emergency system
    Generators: 2 Kohler 33Kw
    Shore Power: Mastervolt w/ 3 phase, 400 VA/63A w/Cable at Glendenning
    Interior Lighting: 220V, 12V halogen and 24V emergency lighting

    Bow thruster: Wesmar hydraulic dual prop 44 Kw
    Stabilizers: CNC electric zero-speed stabilizers
    Propellers: Servogear, water lubricated variable pitch propellers 1300mm
    Steering: Servogear rudders with double hydraulic ram system
    Hydraulic system: A Cramm central hydraulic system with a collection tank, pumps at the two main engines and an electrical harbor pump, serving the bow thruster, steering system, stabilizers, capstans and anchor winches
    Air pressure system: One air compressor with a horn in the mast
    HVAC System: Frequency controlled engine room ventilator with fire shutters and one mist eliminator in the intake. Marine air, Caribbean condition, air conditioning with a chiller in the engine room and fan coils in the accommodations. Heating through reverse cycle. Towel heaters and floor heating in bathrooms

    Fuel system: Five Integrated fuel tanks, including two-day wing tanks in the engine room. Kübler level sensors, Alfa Laval fuel separator and Racor fuel filters, electrical fuel trimming pump and manual back up pump
    Cooling system: Two stainless steel water inlets with filters and butterfly valves, connected to a cross over
    Lube oil: Integrated used lube oil tank with suction point in bunkering station, electrical pump and separate hose
    Exhaust: Dry exhaust with stainless steel water injector and bypass above the waterline
    Bilge:Two electrical general service pumps in engine room connected to a manifold. The fore peak has a separate bilge pump
    Fire extinguishing: The general service pumps in the bilge system are also used for the fire fighting system, with several hose connections through the yacht. A Novec hand remote extinguishing system in the engine room and free-standing foam extinguishers in each area
    Fresh water system: Integrated and painted water tank, one Speck water pressure systems, one 115 liters water heater with two electrical heating elements and a hot water circulation pump. Idromar Duplex MC2 water maker, sand & carbon filters, dosing Unit and UV sterilizer
    Sanitary system: Two grey and one black water tanks, connected to an overboard stack in the engine room, to a Hamann Super Mini sewage treatment system and to a shore

    Satcom: Iridium phone AIS
    Telephone System: Panasonic Telephone system Search and rescue
    VHF: 2 x HT50 VHF handheld 6 x ICOM VHF handheld
    Cellular System: WIFI Pepwave Network Sailor
    Intercom: 2 x RS87 Simrad VHF’s Radio Telephone Intercom
    Starlink Internet

    Radar: Radar and chart system at flat screens Max Sea navigation program
    Magnetic Compass: Simrad Compass
    Auto Pilot: Simrad FU50
    Depth Sounder: 2x Furuno Echosounder
    GPS: Simrad GPS GN33 / AIS Furuno FA 170
    Weather FAX: Marine Barograph
    Wind/Speed Log: Garmin wind instruments
    Navtex: Navtex Receiver Furuno NX700 Simrad navigation

    Video Equipment: Bose and Denon audio and video equipment
    Smart TVs throughout
    KVH SAT TV antenna Satellite receiversAudio Equipment: Bose and Denon audio and video equipment with speakers on aft and sun deck

    All Miele Appliances

    AB 17 DLX RIB with 115HP / Yamaha outboard
    11’ GT Marine crew tender with 20HP / Tohatsu outboard
    Bauer Junior II diving compressor

    Anchor Windlass: 2 x Muir hydraulic VRC4500 anchor winch
    Aft Warping Capstans: 2 x Cramm hydraulic NCK 1000 capstan
    Anchors: 2 x Balanced galvanized Pool-N anchors
    Anchor Chain: Short-link galvanized chains (150m each)
    Boat Crane and Davits: Cramm hydraulic crane on fly (1 ton)
    Passerelle: Besenzoni hydraulic gangway with hoisting function
    Swim Platform: Hydraulic Opacmare swim ladder
    Boarding Ladder: Marquipt removable side boarding ladder

    CCTV System: CCTV System with 4 x cameras
    Cameras: 4 cameras integrated at touch screens
    Monitors: Tijssen MPA, PLC controlled w/Touchscreens

    Central extinguishing system with hose connections throughout
    Novec remote extinguishing system in the engine room
    Fire Extinguishers: Free standing foam extinguishers in each area
    Alarms: Integrated burglar and fire alarm system

    Life Rafts: 2 x RFD SOLAS life rafts

    Work in 2018/19
    Refit at Moonen Shipyard in Holland
    Changed stabilizer system to electric CMC system zero speed
    Top end engine refit on both engines, new heads
    Shafts pulled

    Work in 2020/21

    Complete paint job of hull and superstructure in Oyster White Awlcraft
    Removal and refurbishing of 80% of the stainless steel parts, and re-isolation
    Bow thruster servicing - new bearings, seals, etc.
    Engines fully serviced every 500 Hrs.
    Generators fully serviced every 250 Hrs.