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Former Canadian Coast Guard Vessel

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$3.95 million

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Vessel Description


This 262 ft/80.77 m Motor Yacht was built by Canadian Vickers in 1963 for the Canadian Coast Guard.

Her top speed is 13.0 kn and she boasts a maximum range of 10000.0 nm when navigating at cruising speed, with power coming from two Ruston diesel engines. She can accommodate up to 20 guests in 10 staterooms, with 24 crew members. She has a gross tonnage of 1960.0 GT and a 12.8 m beam. Each stateroom, named after a famous pirate, is elegantly appointed in a Spanish colonial style and has an en suite bathroom.   The Crew accommodation includes a Captain's cabin with a double berth, up to five officers' private cabins abaft the bridge, and up to eighteen crew berths in the forepeak for a total of 22/25 crewmembers. Its (6) deck levels are serviced by an 8-person, two-door elevator with the pirate insignia etched into the marble floor.

The six-deck levels are as follows:

1-Casino and Gym
2-Staterooms 6-10
3-Main Salon
4-Staterooms 1-5
5-Bridge deck
6-Sundeck and Jacuzzi


BART ROBERTS has a stainless steel galley, installed new to military and commercial specifications in 1986 and upgraded in 2002. There is every conceivable appliance for producing hundreds of top quality meals daily in a galley that meets the requirements of the Center of Disease Control/U.S. Public Health for passenger vessels. Besides the galley refrigerator/freezers, there are 3 walk-in refrigerators/ freezers below.

Deck Equipment

1 X 25 Ton Aurora hydraulic crane with a 78' (23.8 m) reach to lift tenders and toys on board
1 X 3 Ton SOLAS approved rescue boat crane by Schat
1 x 2500 pound/1134 kg Knuckle Boom crane for access to engine room gear/general stores

Helicopter facilities
Landing pad for a helicopter (Bell Jet Ranger, model 212 or similar) with refueling facilities (not certified) and a heated/air conditioned telescopic hanger that covers the helicopter for storage

1. 50' Thriller Cat, high speed catamaran launch; 2 x 315 hp Yanmars With Mercruiser Bravo 3 Outdrives; fiberglass; 18 passengers; 45 + mph.
2. 38'/11.6 m aluminum landing craft with twin 315 hp Yanmar diesels


Skanti S comsat B 9900
KVH Tracphone 50 Mini-M
United Maline 2000 telephone system with 8 incoming lines and 48 extensions
Skanti TRP 150 V SSB
3 x Skanti GMDSS VHF
1 x Skanti 1000 DSC VHF
United Marine intercom UM-JCSC-2000
2 x Raycom cellular telephones
Raytheon pathfinder 96 mile radar: X band, new 2002
Racal Decca bridgemaster 100 mile range; S band
Sperry autopilot plus gyro
Elac Model LAZ-72 recording depth
Suzuki model ES 1025 depth
Raytheon pathfinder/St. MK 2 chart plotter
Walker Doppler speed log
JRC weather fax
Raytheon wind direction/wind speed
Note: Most all equipment new in 2002
Closed circuit TV: (2) cameras and (3) monitors


450/380/208/110 volts 3 phase/60 hertz; emergency DC system is 12 volts

3 x 250 kW Baudouin 1800 rpm, separate generator room
1 x 200 kW Baudouin 1800 rpm emergency generator, top deck stack
Note: Three 250 kW generators totally rebuilt Note: Engines are air start as of 2002.

Mechanical Equipment
Engines totally rebuilt in January 2002. Installed new in 1986 -
Note: Air start
Gears: Ulstein - Propellers: Variable pitch by Ulstein
400 hp Omni Bow Thruster with dedicated engine in forepeak
Watermaker reverse Osmosis SeaGold producing a total of 3,500
U.S. gallon/day/13,250 liters/day; totally rebuilt 2002
Air conditioning by ASAC, totally new, 2002. This is a central, entirely ducted system. Total capacity is 240,000 Btu/120 tons.
Stabilization by fixed bilge keels
Alfa Laval fuel cleaning
Hamworthy bilge water cleaning
St. Louis Ship D5 Evac vacuum system closed media tank (biological) system for black/gray water treatment

Lube oil: 2,630 U.S. gallons (9,956 liters)
Waste oil: 320 U.S. gallons (1,211 liters)
Oily water: 276 U.S. gallons (1,045 lit

Vessel Details

Veseel Type


Ice-class expedition yacht





13 knots



Year Built


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