JEDI received the 2015 SuperYacht Award for Best Semi Displacement Two Deck Motor Yacht from 30-37.99 meters. Her exterior design by Luca Dini and interior design by Gian Mario combined with Admiral for naval architecture and construction. JEDI features a five stateroom layout, raised pilothouse configuration.
Starting aft on the main deck is the aft deck table seating 8-10 people. Bench seating to the rear also is the backrest for the rear facing lounge. A stairwell to the cabana area is to port. A polished stainless steel double rail handrail allows for great visibility while seated. Aft capstans and mooring cleats port and starboard. Walk around side decks to stairs leading to foredeck.
The main salon is accessed from the aft deck through floor to ceiling glass stainless steel sliding doors. Light and airy the salon has an L-shaped white leather sofa with table and occasional chair. Full height windows in salon and dining area.
A wooded panel archway separates the dining area forward from the salon. Floor to ceiling opening and sliding doors with full length sheer drapes lets guests feel like they are dining in the clouds. Dining table provides seating for ten.
A special highlight of this room is the glass enclosed stairwell to the lower guest staterooms. Glass steps are leather covered and lighted for effect.
The galley is to port forward along with the on deck head and access to the raised pilothouse and port side crew access door. The main foyer entrance is to starboard opposite the stairwell. The hallway forward leads to the master stateroom.
A short hallway accesses the lower guest stateroom's. Aft is the VIP full beam stateroom with a king sized berth. Outboard to port is the head with shower, vanity and storage lockers
The second VIP full beam stateroom is forward of the hallway and has a king size berth. Outboard to port is the guest bath with shower and vanity. Hanging locker is to starboard.
One of the midships guest stateroom's has a queen size berth and the other twins with a Pullman berth. Each have ensuite bathrooms with vanity, shower and head.
On the main deck forward and accessed by the port hallway is the U-shaped galley. Pantry and stew prep area in the hallway.
The crew staterooms are forward of the galley and down port side stairwell. Three crew rooms provide accommodations for six with ensuite baths. There is a large settee and laundry center.
The raised pilothouse is accessed from the port and up the stairs. Centerline helm and easy access to the navigation equipment and controls. L-shaped seating for guests to starboard and aft. Centerline door to flybridge.
JEDI's main lounging area is the bridge deck. Open and relaxing like a beach club, the rectangle Jacuzzi tub for eight is surrounded by lounging berths on three sides. Forward of the tub and partially covered by the arch hardtop is an island bar and three swiveling chairs. To starboard is the stainless steel barbecue grill. Directly covered is an L-shaped settee and dining table seating 8-10. Opposite to port is a settee, forward to starboard is the bridge navigation station and centerline is the pilothouse access door. Aft and forward of the hot tub to port is the guest stairwell to the main deck. A retractable awning is housed int he arch.
The foredeck has recessed seating and sun lounge cushions above the seating. A collapsible teak table fits flush to the deck when stored. Stainless steel vertical posts and triple cable rails from the walkway provide safety barriers. Carbon fiber posts allow for canvas sun shading.
The lower deck aft accessed from the aft deck stairwell is the "spa" area featuring a steam sauna, shower and bar. When the aft garage door is opened down, there is easy access to the water and space for folding chairs on the beach door.
Forward through a (latching) door is the athwartship tender bay. This area houses the tender and miscellaneous stores plus gym equipment. The tender exits to starboard through the hydraulic hull side door via overhead gantry crane.
Another latching door forward leads to the engine room and engine control room.
*Not for sale to US residents while in US waters
Galley and Laundry Equipment
Dishwasher: 1 x MIELE
Fridges: 2 x SUB ZERO
Freezers: 2 x SUBZERO
Additional fridges: 4 x SUB ZERO
Wine cooler: 1 x MIELE
Oven: 1 x WOLF
Cookers: 2 x WOLF
Extractor hood: 1 x WOLF
Microwave: 1 x WOLF
Grill: 1 x WOLF gas
Coffee machine: 1 x MIELE
Washing machine: 2 x MIELE
Drying machine: 2 x MIELE
Ice maker: 2 x SUB ZERO
SATCOM: SAILOR SC 4150
VHF: 2 x FURUNO, FM - 8900S radio/telephone, Class A
Tranducers: Depth and speed with faring level blocks (depth fwd and aft)
Anodes: (2) on propeller caps (12) bar zincs per hull side, 24 total transom bow thruster and rudder zincs
Bottom paint: International Micron CF Black YBD103 in compliance with class IMO Convention, Oct. 2017
(2) Caterpillar C32 ACERT 12 cylinder water cooled marine engines
Rated HP output: 1925 HP (1417 kw)
Hours: Port - 1650, Stbd. - 1650 (July 2018)
Engine serial numbers: RNZ00628 / RNZ00608. Extended Warranty Platinum Coverage until 9/21/2019 or 2,500 hours
Exhaust: Dry risers to insulated collectors with water cooled spray rings to bottom through hull exhaust with electric bypass valves
Marine Gears: ZF 3000, model 3361 / Ratio: 3.5:1 / Serial numbers: 500344487 / 500304486
Centa gearbox couplings
Hydraulic power take off pumps on each gear
(2) Kohler 65 kw / 208v / 60 Hz, located in engine room, port and starboard enclosed in soundshields
Hours: Port - 4427, Stbd - 4678 (July 2018)
Engine model 65EOZD; serial numbers: 4045T892427, 4045T892210
Generator serial numbers: S6M32587W / SGM32587X
Exhaust: Jacketed water injected elbow to rubber hose to water separator muffler
Electrical - The general setup is to U.S. specifications: 400V, 3-phase, 100 amp AC and 24V DC
A/C System: 2 x 65kw generators, P: 3595 / S: 3067 hours; 1 x Modular enclosed switchboard in control room; 2 x 54KVA shore power converters ASEA; 1 x 100 amp shore power inlet
Generators can run singularly, parallel or alongside shore connection. Manual switching for power sourcing. Gensets and shore power feed the main bus in the switchboard controlled by the Power Management System. Distribution panels are located throughout the vessel. Living area sub panels, shore power switchboard. Galley switchboard and emergency switchboard.
Circuit breaker protections and anti shock switches protect output lines from shore power converters.
Shore power: Single shore cord connects shore to the ASEA shore converters, Model AC54VHE - 3 P/N 604487, serial number: 604-00486-54.
D/C System: 5 battery boards, 24V (gel)
Main engine start batteries, two each with 15 amp charger each bank, 240 AH total.
Generator start batteries: each with 15 amp charger, 140 AH total
Ships service: 4 x gel batteries with 100 amp charger, 420 AH
Emergency batteries: 4 x gel batteries
Radio GMDSS batteries: 4 x gel batteries with 25 amp chargers, 240 AH
AC and DC bilge pumps located throughout various compartments. Bilge alarms connected to monitor panels in engine room, pilothouse and crew mess. Central manifold in engine room with valve source and delivery. Emergency diesel pump with supply and exhaust.
Chilled water with reverse cycle reheating for the fresh water loop. 2 x Condaria 240,000 btu PCWM/FCL 60004, four compressors each bank, total of eight
Dual seawater pumps and dual chilled water pumps
2 x Make up air units
2 x Microchillers for ASEA shore converters and A/V cooling equipment
Engine room ventilation: 2 x forced air in and 2 x forced extraction. Fire dampeners fitted
Oil tanks are integrated with hull structure and extended from centerline to outer girders. Each tank has inspection covers and baffles. They are fitted with remote level gauges and flow meters. Water and fuel tanks have manual sounding. Remote leveling is monitored by pressurized transducers and fed to various monitoring and alarm systems in crew, pilothouse and engine room control room panels.
Fuel: port and starboard bunker stations on side deck lockers. Tank venting with overflow alarms.
6 x Tanks: 5954 liter day tank, 3800 liter aft tank, 9424 port and starboard, 2400 forward/port and starboard tanks
Fuel isolation valves
Mild transfer pumps, fuel lift pumps
Fuel separators: main engines, generator
Fuel polishing system: WESTFALIA
Fresh Water: Tanks located under crew accommodations; dual 200 liter hot water tanks with UV sterilizer filtration filters and circulation pumps.
Water makers: 2 x SEMAR 7900 liter/day with pre-filters
Grey Water: Gravity drains from wash basins, showers, sinks, dishwasher, washing machine and bath tubs to tank. Galley mains through grease trap to tank. HVAC below deck runs to tank and above deck overboards.
Black Water: Toilet discharges to engine room tank vented through masthead stack with filter. Tank to black water treatment plant located in engine room. 1555 liter capacity
Lube Oil: Clean oil and waste oil tank. Dual pumps for each tank, 696 liter capacity each
October 2017 Refits
Haul and Launch
Re-engineer Anchor pocket doors and install
Replace all underwater sea valves
Remove props and shafts for truing
Install American 5-year cutlass bearings
Mark Anchor chains
Misc. hull painting
Update Transis Nav software for paperless bridge certification