Hull is Greystone with a white deck house and superstructure. Tinted tempered glass windows throughout. Reported that the yacht was constructed to Lloyd's Maltese Cross 100 A1 SSC Yacht G6. She is a round bilge yacht with flared bow sections and transom stern with a stell hull and aluminum superstructure. Materials, plating reported as Lloyd's approved Ship Building Steel 42 (Grade A) factory blasted and epoxy coated.
Following are brief excerpts from the construction specifications:
Stern 6mm plate, keel 8mm plate, hull bottom first 1000mm both sides 8mm, followed by 6mm til 150mm over DWL followed by 5mm as side plating.
Frames of CNC flat bar 100 x 12mm welded to the hull plating spaced 500mm. Frames continuous from top of double bottom or floors to main sheer laid on transverse system.
Deck plating 5mm
Double bottom tanks: fuel oil, fresh water, black water, grey water, lube and waste oil and sludge. Bilge keels are closed box construction of 8mm plate.
(2) balanced, streamlined rudders 850 x 1000mm in size with hole to facilitate shaft removal
Superstructure: "Triclad" welded between the steel deck and aluminum house. Aluminum materials are seawater
resistant aluminum alloy.
Wheelhouse 6mm plate, saloon 5mm plate and the deck 6mm plate, flybridge exterior 5mm plate
Windows: 6 and 8mm thermopane hardened glass in recessed aluminum flanges with polished stainless steel frames.
Port lights with 12mm toughened glass hinged in hull side fitted with dead lights, polished stainless steel frames and screens.
Sound, vibration control and insulation
Motors, pumps, blowers, and similar equipment are installed on flexible mounts with hose connections on the piping system.
Hydraulic piping system installed with flexible pipe clamps
Anti-drumming consists of a sandwich construction covering approximately 70% of the area with 2mm thick steel
counter plates bedded in 2mm layer of Vibradamp anti-vibration paste.
Additionally, acoustic foam and rockwool were used in the bulkheads. In general, the builder worked to achieve at
1500 cruise RPM dB(A) readings in the 60 to 62 range.