Fully equipped for your once-in-a-lifetime global expedition, this 37 meter luxury yacht, Dr. No, is now on the market and available for your most adventurous explorations. It comes complete with all furnishings and toys, including the spectacular two-passenger Superfalcon submarine, 2 tenders, 2 sailboats, 4 sea kayaks and more.
Complete conversion performed in 2010 and updated in 2011.
Very special and storied vessel, available now in turn-key operation with your crew standing by.
CONTACT LISTING BROKER:
DANIEL VOORHEES @ 206-407-6411 OR EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
BOAT IS LOCATED IN: Seattle, WA
Converted according to the venture capitalist and explorer, Tom Perkins’ requirements, Dr. No is a fantastic exploration yacht fully equipped for memorable adventures in safety and comfort.
The steel hull 37-meter yacht is loaded with everything you need to explore the most exquisite corners of the world. Explore coral reefs, amazing sea life and sunken shipwrecks. Visit Easter Island, Fiji, Alaska and the Galapagos. And then transit the canal and make your way (slowly) through the Caribbean before heading over to the Med.
Share a once-in-a-lifetime experience with your parents, children and best mates.
Following the completion of the breakthrough Maltese Falcon sailing yacht, Tom Perkins sailed and raced around the world with his unique sailboat but missed the mental challenge posed by its construction. Looking for new challenges and after falling in love with underwater exploration, Mr. Perkins devised and coordinated the conversion of this strong, yet comfortable world explorer vessel, with the most rugged and comprehensive outfitting. He fitted it with dive gear and all of the other ‘toys’, including the amazing ‘flying’ two-person submarine and multiple other tenders.
Mr. Perkins and his friends cruised and explored the length of the Pacific, and now, it is ready to take you and your family and friends to any corner of the world.
Dr. No accommodates 8 guests in safety and style for long adventure cruises. Comprised of four ensure cabins: 1 Master suite, 1 VIP suite and two guest cabins. Accommodations are stylish, spacious and comfortable. She has crew quarters for seven.
There are many lounging areas, including a large salon leading to the aft cockpit, the pilothouse, the aft deck, a library and several sun lounging areas.
The accommodations and decor aboard Dr. No reflect Mr. Perkins desires for a practical and serious global adventuring vessel. We can assist you with any changes that you might like to make aboard, from redecorating to reconfiguring accommodation spaces to adding stabilizers and outfitting her for other specialized applications. Please call or write with your questions and requests.
The engine room contains all mechanical drive train and propulsion systems for the vessel. Dr. No is powered by a Yanmar 1,200 HP engine with a maximum speed of 12 knots and a cruising speed of 10 knots at 760 RPM.
Just aft of the engine room is the steering control room, Lazerette store and power frequency converter compartment.
The VIP cabin features wall-to-wall wool carpeting, German leather paneled walls, satin-finished mahogany cabinets, a queen-sized bed, and a work desk and chair. Entertainment amenities include a 37” flat screen T.V. and a DVD/CD player. VIP bathroom features tiled floor and walls, toilet, shower with tempered sliding glass doors, Corian type sink and counter top and a Headhunter toilet system.
Each of the 2 guest cabins feature wall-to-wall wool carpeting, German leather paneled walls, satin finished mahogany cabinets, and beds. Guest cabin #1 includes a queen-size bed and en-suite bathroom and shower. Guest cabin #2 includes two bunk beds a desk and chair and seating area.
SHIPS OFFICE and CREW CABIN #1
The ships office includes a large work area, chair and shelving. The work area is perfect for computer equipment and other work-related peripheral devices. This space also houses 2 crew bunks, clothing wardrobe and storage.
WORKSHOP AND EQUIPMENT STORES
Directly forward of the guest accommodation is the vessel’s workshop, forward generator, diving and submarine equipment stores. This area is accessible through the Bosun store on the Main deck. The submarine equipment store is also accessible through a hatch on the boat deck.
The master cabin features Belgium wall-to-wall wool carpeting, satin-finished wood paneled walls, a queen-sized bed, two clothing wardrobes, and a large L-shaped lounge area with mini-fridge. Entertainment amenities include a 37” flat screen T.V. and a DVD/CD player. Master bathroom features tiled floor and walls, toilet, shower with tempered sliding glass doors, ceramic sink and counter top, illuminated wall-mounted shaving mirror and a Headhunter toilet system.
The library, located directly outside the Master Cabin, includes comfortable bench seating, a large holly-wood inlaid work desk (with leather writing pad insert) and ample shelving for books, periodicals, DVD collections and more.
The galley includes slip-resistant tiled flooring, Formica cabinets with Blum drawer guides and hardware (20 kg. load rating), stainless steel counter tops, a stainless steel sink unit and gas detector. Galley equipment includes: one 6 burner gas range, one Falcon baking oven, one microwave oven, and two Fisher Paykel refrigerator/freezer units. Galley equipment specification can be found in the Fact Folio
Directly aft of the Galley is the Crew Mess and laundry area. Crew Mess includes sectional-type bench seating, a large dining table, flat-screen television with CD/ DVD player and ample storage.
The Captain’s cabin includes a queen-size bed, clothing wardrobe and drawer/cabinet storage areas. The Captain’s cabin also includes an en-suite bathroom/shower.
CHIEF ENGINEER’S CABIN
The Chief Engineer’s cabin (directly adjacent to the crew mess) includes one bunk, work table and chair, clothing wardrobe and drawer/cabinet storage areas. The Chief Engineer’s cabin also includes an en-suite bathroom/shower.
CREW CABIN #2
The crew cabin includes two bunk beds, clothing wardrobe and drawer/cabinet storage.
The laundry alcove includes one washer and one dryer.
The aft deck features Burmese teak planking and stairwell leading to the swim platform. Access to the aft deck is available externally or from the crew mess area.
AFT DECK ALFRESCO DINING AREA
The aft alfresco dining area features Burmese teak planking, a large built-in teak dining table and a padded U-shaped seating area.
The saloon features a built-in 42” LCD Panasonic T.V., surround-sound stereo system, plush over-sized sofas, Belgium wall-to-wall wool carpeting, German leather paneled walls and wooden window blinds.
The dining area, directly forward of the Saloon, includes a dining table and chairs suitable for 8, a counter bar with mini fridge, wine rack, and more.
The Pilot House features German leather paneled walls and ceilings, and includes one bench seat and one captain’s chair. The control console is wrapped in black German leatherette. Two of the forward facing windows include clear view screens. Dr. No is outfitted with some of the very latest and most sophisticated navigation and communication equipment available.
EXTERIOR PILOT HOUSE SEATING
The forward upper deck features Burmese teak planking and a small padded seating/observation bench (directly forward of the Pilot House) with a small built-in beverage/utility platform.
FORWARD, MID and AFT SUN DECK
The forward Sun Deck offers a large canvas canopy with bench seat and tabletop, four sea kayaks, two 4.8 meter cat-rigged sail boats, a 4.8 meter Custom Aluminium RIB Built by NAIAD NZ, and a 1,500 lb. custom built deck crane.
The well deck features Burmese teak planking and a Stromme 3,560 Kg (at 7.1 meters) capacity knuckle crane.
Housed on the well deck is a 6.4 meter custom aluminium RIB built by NAIAD NZ and the 6.9 meter Super Falcon submarine. For more information on the Super Falcon Deep Flight submarine, call or write Daniel Voorhees.
Also included are:
4.8 meter Naiad tender
Two 6.4 meter sailboats
Extensive dive equipment, including compressor
Floating swimmin pool and much more.
Owing to rigorous maintenance by a professional crew, Dr. No is still in immaculate conditions and will satisfy the most demanding marine surveyors. It would cost millions of dollars more and two years to replicate this truly turn-key global explorer. She is truly a one-of-a-kind opportunity and will not be on the market very long. Call or write now for more details.