KITTIWAKE was conceived by a career mariner and engineer who brought to the project much of what he learned while commanding ships worldwide.Construction was by Washburn & Doughty Associates in Maine, a shipyard recognized for building high quality, specialized workboats in steel and aluminum. Comfort at sea and ease of maintenance were of significant importance.KITTIWAKE might be best described as a small ship that can cruise in comfort and safety to any latitude and can be maintained by an owner operator.KITTIWAKE is a very well-designed platform for exploring the world.She is large enough for a family that wants to cruise with all of today’s requisite toys and tenders, yet small enough for an owner-operator. With her steel hull, 6,000-mile range and an HVAC system that will handle any climate, exploring all of the planet is possible.There is built-in redundancy for allmajor systems and a spares inventory that assures a high degree of independence. The boat deck will accommodate large tenders and other small craft.As a true explorer yacht, she would be just as comfortable transiting the Northwest Passage as she would be in the South Pacific.
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Washburn & Doughty
2002 3300 HRS 450 HP
KITTIWAKE was built by Washburn & Doughty Associates, a respected Maine shipyard that has been building commercial vessels of the highest quality for 40+ years. Her first and only owner is a master mariner who has spent decades commanding ships and instructing naval officers in navigation and bridge protocols.She was built in excess of ABS scantlings with the anticipation of operating in ice prone waters.
Hull and main deck built using ASTM A36 steel (ABS Grade A).Keel: 3/4’’Shell: 5/16”Bulkheads: Subdivision & tanks: 1/4”Main deck: 1/4"Flats: 1/4"Bulkhead stiffeners, shell frames and transverse frames spaced to a maximum of 20”.Deckhouse of Aluminum:Main deck house front: 3/8”Main deck house sides and back: 5/16”Upper deck plate: 5/16”Pilothouse and bulwarks: 1/4"
The arrangement plan includes three staterooms on the lower deck, each with head and shower.Galley and main saloon occupy the main deck and the pilothouse with day head is on the upper deck.Headroom is in excess of 7 feet throughout . Finish is “Herreshoff style” with white panels and teak trim.
Aft entry to the deckhouse is through a watertight door off the aft deck.Stairs lead down to the engine room, laundry/utilityroom and lazarette with an inside door that opensinto the main saloon.A circular dinette is to port with armchair seating to starboard. The galley is forward and amidships, open to the saloon.(See GALLEY). Large windows provide views from all vantages.Separate stairways lead down to the lower deck and up to the pilothouse.A second watertight door opens from the port side. All exterior doors feature “drip trays”, recesses just inside the threshold that capture water and send it overboard.The master stateroom is amidships, approximately below the galley area, both spaces close to the vessel’s axis. It features a queen berth with drawers below, nightstands on either side.Outboard are cabinets and lockers suitable to long-term, live-aboard wardrobe needs. A deck hatch serves as an escape in addition to providing abundant daylight.Head compartment includes a Corian topped vanity and a generous shower stall.Guest stateroom # 1 features a double berth with drawers below.Additional storage is available with bedside stand and hanging locker.Head compartment is finished with Corian and stainless.Shower includes teak seat and stainless grab bar.Just forward of Guest stateroom # 1 is a multi-purpose space that currently serves as an office, with L-shaped settee, built-in corner desk and a small table.Alternate uses could include additional berth space, library, crew lounge or media room.Guest stateroom # 2 is all the way forward on the lower deck and includes port and starboardsingle berths with mounting hardware for two additional pipe berths above.Storage is generous with hanging lockers, under-berth drawers and bin storage above the berths. Head compartment includes a large stall shower.The heart of KITTIWAKE is the pilothouse. (The soul is the engine room.)Careful attention was paid to workspace ergonomics and sightlines.Forward facing windows are electrically heated. Watertight doors open onto port and starboard wing stations, each with throttle, shift, jog steering and thruster controls.Navigation equipment is angled to the helm position.The chart table will accommodate Admiralty sized charts and houses five, full-sized chart drawers.A settee serves as a watch berth and head with toilet is situated aft. It is worth noting that sound levels throughout the vessel are remarkable low while underway: Decibels in the pilothouse while underway under main engine are an astonishing 58 Db.The aft house arrangement with raked windows is often considered the Gold Standard of design for true expedition yachts.
The galley is configured in an efficient V shape favored by chefs. Equipment includes:
Viking Dual-Fuel range with LPG stove top with sea rails and 230V oven
Sharp 1200W microwave
Double stainless sinks with Groehe fixtures and Sears In-Sinkerator disposal.
Amana 22.5 cu.ft. fridge / freezer combination unit
30 sq.ft. of counter space with Corian surface.
Abundant storage via cabinets
(Additional food storage in Laundry room
Woods 10 cu.ft. chest freezer
Amana 21.5 cu.ft. reefer/freezer
Workbench with vise and wall-mounted array of frequently used hand tools, wrenches, sockets, etc.
Commercial tub-sink with hot and cold taps.
Laundry folding table.
Chest freezer plus full sized fridge/freezer.
Whiteboard with maintenance dates of all major components. (Of note, the aft deck watertight door is sized to allow easy removal of laundry and refer / freezer components).
Full headroom , diamond plate soles with white panels, bulkheads and bilges. Full, walk-around, stand-up service access to all major components.Engine room bulkheads and overhead sheaved with 3" lead backed, Soundown insulation.
Single Caterpillar 3406E, 450 HP @ 1800 RPM “A” rated (electronic fuel injection, keel cooled)
“Get Home” system utilizes Cummins 35 KW #1 generator hydraulically coupled to the propeller shaft to provide up to 5 knot speed
Main engine is soft mounted to isolate any vibration and structural borne noise
Connection to the 4" dia. propeller shaft is via an Aqua-drive with hull mounted thrust bearing, eliminating eccentric torque on the Twin Disk gear
Powerline 160 amp, 24 VDC alternator
Capacity – 6550 gallons in six tanks.Tanks fitted with sight glasses with scales behind, tanks and sight glasses fitted with shut-offs. A unique 70 gallon containment system mounted below the fill manifold incorporates tank vents and allows high-speed fill up to 100 gpm, with no risk of spillage.Dual Racors at engine, generators and furnace.
RADAR: Furuno, FR-8111, X Band 10 KW , 12" Monochrome display, 72 m w/ 6.5' Scanner Auto Plotter (10 ARPA targets). Stabilized with input from Satellite Compass and position from 1st DGPS. Outputs selected ARPA targets to Transas ECDIS.
SATELLITE COMPASS: Furuno, SC-120, delivers True Hdg. within+/- 0.003°. outputs to Plath Gyro Strg. Repeater, Radar, Transas Chart Plotter, AIS Transceiver, Robertson Auto Pilot #AP-45.
1st DGPS: Northstar, 951X, Inputs to Radar, 1st VHF DSC Radio, Transas ECDIS Plotter. Unit incorporates mini Navionics Plotter.
COMPUTER: Gateway Laptop w/14" display, Displays Weatherfax with input from the SSB radio. Holds software for Tides & Currents E and W coasts of N and S America, also training software for COLREGS, Seamanship & Navigation & many others.
COMPUTER: Dell w/24' Display and connected to a HP computer presently dedicated to Transas ECDIS Chart Plotter. (A buyer would need to install an ECS of his own.)
INTERNAL COMMUNICATIONS: A Newmar 10 sound powered telephone system with 7 stations connects all cabins, Bridge, Salon & store Rm/Engine Rm. An Emergency Rotating Blue Call light can be activated from the Bridge to the Engine Rm.
Jastram, Electro-hydraulic. Selectable from:1)Hand Hydraulic (emergency backup)2)Non-Follow up (NFU), "Jog Lever";3)Full Follow up (FFU), by hand steering w/36" Wheel4)Auto Pilot control.
System is supported by 2 hydraulic pumps:a) Rexroth pump driven off the Main Engineb) back up 120 VAC 2 HP ABT pump is in the Lazarette.
ROI & RAI Displays in Pilot House
RAI Displays at bridge wing stations provide Rudder Ordered (ROI) & Rudder Angle (RAI).
Rudder Angle Hard Over (45° Port) to Hard Over (45° Stb.) is - 8 seconds.
17 KW Onan, single phase, 120/240 VAC Generator w/ wet muffler and transom discharge; As of 7/2018, engine hours - 4035.
35 KW Onan, single phase, 120/240 VAC Generator, dry stack muffler, As of 7/2018. Engine hours – 421.
Main 120/240 Distribution Panel: 50 Amp 240 VAC from Shore; 100 Amp 240 VAC from 17KW Gen.; 200 Amp 240 VAC from 35KW generator.
Main 24 VDC Distribution Panel: Distributes current from House Bank - 900 Amp Hour, 24 VDC battery bank (16 Trojan 6 V deep cycle batteries)
Maxum 4KW Inverter/Charger provides power to all 120 VAC outlets. (Depending on load will provide 120VAC for about 18 hrs, providing lights, power to two refrigerators, one 10 cu.ft. freezer and cabin heating before a generator is required to provide continuing VAC and recharge batteries).
Battery recharging is generally accomplished within 2 operating hours on #2 Generator twice daily. Main Engine and both generators have dedicated start batteries.
Navigation Computers are powered off VAC stabilized feed via the True Sine Wave Inverter or off the AC Distribution Panel.
All Navigation instruments are powered via a 24VDC dedicated battery bank with its own Charles 40 amp VDC Ferro-resonant battery charger, taking charging current from either a running generator or the Inverter/Charger.
200 amp Pathmaker unit monitors and maintains charge in house batteries, main engine and #1 generator battery banks and can parallel the house bank to either the main engine starting bank or #1 generator starting bank.
Xantrex Link 10 battery monitoring system monitors all 3 - 24 V battery banks.
Maxum 4 KW Inverter connects a complex battery monitoring system to the house battery bank. LaMarche 24 V, 60 amp (50 or 60 hz) Ferro-resonant battery charger backs up the inverter/charger and accepts 50hz 240 VAC input.
Newmar RM-2033 12 VDC, Multi-Stage charger, charges the 17 KW start battery and the pilothouse radio battery.
The Inverter output in charge mode delivers 105 amps (24 VDC) Multi-Stage, into the house bank and/or via the Pathmaker to either of the Main Engine or #1 Generator start bank.
Main Engine Powerline Alternator output is 160 amps connected through a Multistage Regulator via the Pathmaker to any/all 3 - 24 VDC banks.
35 KW Gen. alternator outputs 45 amps.
Multiple 120 VAC electrical outlets (Inverter fed) throughout vessel), including watertight electrical outlets are on foredeck, fantail and on the 0-1 Deck.
Charles Ind. 50 amp lso Boost transformer/isolator.
Two 50' Marinco 50 amp Shore Power cables
All interior lights are LED’s.
Emergency lighting: 24V independent lighting system to all common spaces.
House Bank = 16 Trojan #105 Deep Cycle, 6 VDC producing 24 VDC @ 900 AH
Main Eng. Start 2 - 80, Deep Cycle (24 VDC)
35 KW Generator 2 - Group #31 paralleled (24 VDC)
17 KW Generator 1 -Group #31 (12 VDC)
Navigation Instruments 2-Group 24 Trojan Deep Cycle paralleled (24 VDC)
Radio Equipment 1 -Group #31 Deep Cycle (12 VDC).
Six 24 VDC Rule 2000 GPH pumps, one in each watertight compartment and two in the engine rom, all fitted with float switches. Control and alarm indication are on the Bridge.
Single 240 VAC, 3 hp. 140 GPM Flomax self-priming bilge pump w/ suction and discharge connected to a bilge manifold providing suction to all watertight compartments including 2 suctions pick-ups in the engine room.
Ground tackle and mooring gear:
One 242 lb Rocna anchor w/ 490' of 5/8" Open Link High Tensile galvanized chain
Spare Rode: 400' of 1" diameter, 3 Strand Nylon Line w/10' of 5/8" high tensile open- link galvanized chain
One FX-125 Fortress Anchor (alternate/spare)
One 150 lb Max Anchor (alternate/spare).
Six 1" diameter, 3 Strand Nylon Mooring Lines – 100’ each
Six ¾" diameter, 3 Strand Nylon Mooring Lines – 100’ each
Two 3 Strand Hi-Tensile, Polypropylene Spring Lines (low stretch) – 90’ each
Large assortment of shorter lengths of smaller lines & "Handy Billy" tackle.
One 2' diameter Anchor Ball,
Anchor marker floats & misc. deck hardware.
Six 30" x 12" Taylor, Inflated Fenders;
Six Assorted Smaller Fenders;
Four 5' long, 2" x 8" padded Fender Boards (for Pilings)
Johnson Aqua Jet, high pressure washdown pump (in ER), delivering 5 GPM at 73 psi to the foredeck for anchor and chain and to the fantail for washdown,
One ESI Windlass / Capstan, 7HP, 2 directional, variable speed w/2 remotes
One ESI Stern Capstan 3HP, single direction for tensioning stern lines.
Two Mariteams 500W – Foremast,
Two Mariteams 500W - Pilot House top, port & starboard.
One Mariteam 500W, Aft Embarkation.
ABT 3200 hydraulic pump: 35 HP w/ PTO off #1 generator drives variable speed & reversible hydraulic motor easily connects to the prop shaft and will deliver up to 5 knots depending on sea state. Bow thruster, jog steering and engine controls available at bridge console and both wing stations. Hydraulic system also powers a 35 HP ABT Bow Thruster driving twin counter rotating 16" propellers
1786 gallons in two tanksAC and DC redundancy in pressure pumps.- Groco Paragon 12 V fresh water pump- Well-x-troll 120 VAC 1/2 pump (delivers up to 50 psi)40 gal . A.O. Smith hot water tank heated via 240 VACPilothouse roof is fitted with scuppers, drain and vavles to allow delivery of rainwater to main tanks 600 gpd Sea Recovery watermaker, inoperative (ie. “pickled”)
Four heads fitted with Sealand Vacuflush Toilets.
250 gal. polyethylene holding tank.
Tank discharge via Sealand Diaphragm pump overboard or to a 1-1/2" deck fitting.
Tank level monitor displays in the pilot house.
Three lower deck head sinks and showers drain into a 20 gal. holding tank fitted with a float switch for discharge overboard by either of two Jabsco pumps.
Black and Gray water systems drains, valves and discharge piping is all schedule 80 PVC pipe to prevent any odor.
All three lower deck head sinks and showers fitted with Grohe fixtures.
All four heads have deck drains allowing washdowns and exhaust fan vents.
Engine room / Utility room:
Two 100 lb Fixed CO2 cylinders plumbed to engine room w/20 sec alarm delay,
25' self coiling hose w/nozzle, connected to FW pressure tank.
Located in engine room: One 15 lb CO2 cylinder and One 1O lb dry-chem extinguisher.
Suitable 5 and 10 lb. dry-chem extinguishers in key locations throughout the ship.
On Deck: ¾” FW Hose connection forward and aft:
Guest #298 12VDC Remote controlled Searchlight;
Kahlenberg Air Whistle;
8 - Type #1 Adult Lifejackets;
2 - Type #1 Child Lifejackets;
4- Stearns Inflatable Lifevests;
4- Type #2 Adult Lifejackets;
2- Type #2 Child Lifejackets.
1 - Zodiac 8 Person Ocean Rated Liferaft;
1 - 30" Lifering w/Waterlight (0 -1 Dk);
1 - 30" Lifering (fantail);
1 -ACR Strobe Lifering Light (0 - 1 Dk);
1 - Category #1 ACR Globalfix EPIRB;
1 - 11' 2" Avon RIB w/9.9 hp Mercury outboard and 3 gallon gas tank.
Miscellaneous Flares, Orange Smoke Signals and other current signals.