Navigator

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  • Navigator for Charter
  • Navigator for Charter
  • Navigator for Charter
  • Navigator for Charter

Description

NAVIGATOR is a unique traditional riveted steel ship with a long history connected to Danish maritime traditions and the Port of Copenhagen. Under the name C. E. Krarup the ship was built in1941 as a cable ship. In 1962 it was refitted as a training vessel for Danish naval officers.

NAVIAGTOR has after the refit during 2005-2010 retrieved the original exterior look from 1962.Inside – the machine room, the bridge and the crew quarters are renewed but kept in the original 1962 style. The rest of the interior is complete updated to 2010 level with respect of Danish quality interior design traditions.

The central area of the ship connects all 3 interior decks – from the saloon on boat deck through the hall on main deck to the central hallway on tween deck. A new skylight has been added on the sun deck yielding day light throughout the central area. From the brass-platecovered hall on main deck there is access to two staterooms with one big bathroom fore and a guest toilet. Aft of the hall there is access to the dining/meeting room with a large round table for up to 12 guests. Further aft follows the galley on port side and a library on starboard side. Descending the staircase to tween deck gives access to 2 double staterooms each with en suite bathrooms and finally to owners quarters with hall, large bathroom and large double stateroom. Also on tween deck a small crew cabin and a laundry room. Crew quarters are situated on tween deck aft. The interior decks are “floating” and the lining is fitted with rubber absorbers in order to minimize noise and vibrations. Most of the floors and the main stair case in the hall are covered with lava clinker from Edna/Sicily; all furniture is manufactured in teak. As a counter balance to the new interior the original doors, door handles, fire alarm bells and internal communication system has been refitted.

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Specification

  • Type: Motor
  • Home Port: Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Year Built: 1941
  • Year Refit: 2010
  • Length: 30 metres
  • Beam: 7 metres
  • Construction: Steel
  • Cruising Speed: 8 knots
  • Fresh Water: 10,000 litres
  • Fuel: 16,000 litres
  • Fuel consumption: 40 litres per hour
  • Builder: Nakskov Shipyard
  • Engines: B&W Alpha Diesel
  • Communication:

    Wireless Internet, NMT & GSM connections

Accommodation
  • Total Guests (sleeping): 10
  • Total Guests (cruising): 12
  • Number of Crew: 5
  • Crew Quarters: With own facilities
  • Air Conditioning: Yes
Accommodation Description

Owner’s cabin with king size bed and owner’s bath room with shower and bath tub.
2 double rooms (2 + 2 persons) with double beds and en-suite bath rooms.
2 single rooms person) – may be converted into double rooms with one bath room.

Amenities

B&O link system
B&O Beomaster 5000 digital music system with net radio
B&O speakers
3 B&O Televisions / PC monitors

Leisure

Zodiac RIB / MOB certificate / 5.5 meters 115 hp – max 14 persons
Traditional modified rescue boat (1962) / 5,6 meters/ 7 hp Sabb – max 18 persons
• Small inflatable boat / 2.0 meters 2.3 hp
• Water skis
• 2 windsurfers
• 2 bicycles

Cruising Area(s)

Baltic, Northern Europe

Charter Cost

€50,000 per week