For any information, please contact us : +1 646 453 6773 /
Home > Yachts for Sale > SPADA

SPADA Motor Yacht for Sale

Back to list
SPADA was originally designed and built for a very experienced owner, who demanded a vessel capable of long range global cruising. This was successfully achieved, and SPADA has multiple ocean crossings under her belt, including a voyage to New Zealand in 2004 as sup-port yacht for the New Zealand America’s Cup team.

Her current owner has cruised extensively since purchasing the vessel in 2006, with the pre-sent Captain also onboard for the majority of this period.

For a canoe stern yacht, she has a generous beam/length ratio and therefore offers compar-atively high volume against similar vessels (GRT 271).

She been comprehensively maintained and upgraded and is offered for sale for only the sec-ond time since she was launched in 1998. Maintained in Lloyds class and MCA compliant, SPADA is ready for continued service in all respects. She boasts timeless style and design and is now ready for her third connoisseur owner.


Length overall: 33.70 m / 110’ 6”
Waterline length: 29.23 m / 95’
Beam: 7.92 m / 26’ 0”
Draft: 3.00m / 9’
Displacement: 358 tons
Gross tonnage: 271


Hull: Steel
Superstructure: Aluminium
Decks: Teak
Naval Architect: De Vries Lentsch
External Designer: De Vries Lentsch
Internal Designer: Ken Freivokh


Class: Lloyds 100A1 SS YACHT MONO G6
MCA: LY2 compliant


Maximum speed: 11.5 knots
Cruising speed: 10 knots
Consumption (approx): 70 l/hr @ 7.5/8 knots
100 l/hr @ 10knots
Range: 6500nm @ 8.5knots


Main engines: 2 x Caterpillar 3406E (482hp)
Hours (02 Sep 2014): Port: 14,630 Stbd: 14,651
Both engines rebuilt at approx. 11,000hrs
Notes: Annually serviced by Caterpillar engineer
Serviced every 200hrs by onboard engineer
Successfully boroscoped as part of 15yr survey in 2013
Intercoolers pressure tested in 2013
Spray rings replaced 2013
Exhaust hoses replace 2013
Generators: 3 x Northern Lights (2 x 80kw + 1 x 55kw)
Hours (02 Sep 2014): Port(80kw): 3821 since rebuild +19075(original hrs) = total hrs 22,896
Midships(80kw): 4090 since rebuild +17460(original hrs)
= total hrs 21,550
Stbd(50kw): 3521 since rebuild +14765(original hrs) = total hrs 18,286
Notes: Exhaust hoses replaced 2013
The 80kw gens have Stars exhaust re-burners fitted

Steering Equipment:

Bow thruster: Vosper 85hp VT60 (frequency controller fitted June 2011)
Stern thruster: Vosper 85hp VT60
Water maker: 2 x Horizon Reverse Osmosis, each 1000 litre/hour with Silver Angel water sterilization (new 2007)
Stabilizers: 2 x Vosper Mk 12 series 2
ICCP system: Cathelco
Fuel separator: Alfa Laval MIB 303 (recently serviced)
Air-conditioning: Heinen & Hopman
Waste water treatment: Hamann plant
Water heater: ACV 3 phase 22kw (new May 2014)
Air compressors: x 2
Hydraulic power pack: For passerelle, cranes and side boarding ladder

Tankage (Approx.):

Fuel: 59,220 litres / 13027 gallons
Lubrication oil: 1000 litres / 220 gallons
Fresh water: 8908 litres / 1959 gallons
Grey water: 1890 litres / 416 gallons
Black water: 3824 litres / 841 gallons
Sludge: 1000 litres / 220 gallons

Electrical System:

Voltage: 220V AC
Frequency: 50 Hz
Shore power converter: Atlas multi-voltage converter 180-560V, 40-70Hz
Batteries: 12V gel

Navigation Equipment:

Magnetic compass: C Plath 2843 and Autohelm fluxgate
Gyro compass: Anschutz STD 20
Depth sounder: Furuno FCV 582L
Autopilot: Anschutz Pilotstar D
Radar: Furuno 2120 and Furuno 2110
Electronic chart system: C-MAP/ MaxSea Chartplotter with AIS, powered by 2 x Dell Optiflex 9020 (new June 2014)
DGPS: Leica MX 412 + 2 x Furuno RD-30
Instrumentation system B&G H3000 – Speed, depth, water temp, wind (wind speed & direction): speed & direction
Sextant: Davis Mk. 15

Communication and Satellite Equipment:

Satellite telephone: Nera Fleet 55
Navtex: ICS Nav 5
Satellite communications: KVH Tracphone Mini V-Sat broadband with 2 VOIP lines
Sea Tel 4004-14 voice & data
Broadband Internet: Wi fi throughout vessel. 128/ 512k. + wi fi booster to pick up local signal when in port
SAT C: Sailor Inmarsat C H2095
SSB: Skanti TRP 8000
VHF: Sailor RT 2048 x 4 (crew mess, owner’s study + 2 on Bridge)
DSC VHF: Sailor Compact RM2042
Hand held VHF: Motorola Icom M1V Euro x 5 + Navico Axis 250 GMDSS x 2
BNWAS: NetLogic
Printer: Canon
Telephones: Panasonic PABX

Audiovisual Equipment:

Main Saloon: Samsung HD TV 32”
Panasonic blu ray DVD player
Sky HD+ box
Philips Pronto control
Onkyo AV Receiver TX-SR508
Onkyo 6 CD Changer DX-C390
Onkyo i phone/i pod docking station
Owner’s Stateroom: Samsung HD TV 32”
Linn Classik Movie DVD Player
Sky HD box
Philips Pronto control
Onkyo i phone/i pod docking station
VIP stateroom: Samsung HD TV 32”
Linn Classik Movie DVD Player
Sky HD box
Philips Pronto control
Onkyo i phone/i pod docking station
Port Twin Cabin: Acer HD TV
Panasonic blu ray DVD player
Sky HD box
Philips Pronto control
Onkyo i phone/i pod docking station
Starboard Twin Cabin: Acer HD TV
Panasonic blu ray DVD player
Sky HD box
Philips Pronto control
Onkyo i phone/i pod docking station

Galley Equipment:

Refrigerator: x 2, + additional walk in fridge forward on lower deck
Freezer: walk in freezer forward on lower deck (serviced 2014)
Sink: Smeg twin sink with additional boiling water tap and filtered drinking water tap
Oven: Miele (2012) (serviced 2014)
Stove: Gaggenau
Microwave: Samsung (in crew mess)
Extractor hood: Robin
Icemaker: Scotsman AC46
Dishwasher: Miele
Wine storage: Temperature controlled space for approximately 100 bottles and further drawers for bottles at ambient temperature
Ice maker: U Line, behind bar in Saloon and Sky Lounge
Drinks fridge: Behind bar in Saloon and Sky Lounge


Washing machine: 2 x Miele PW6065
Drying machine: 2 x Miele PT7135c
Roller iron: Miele B99SD


8-10 guests in 4 staterooms and 7 crew in 3 cabins

Main Salon:
Through the double doors from the aft deck, the main saloon is cleverly configured to serve as a comfortable drawing room and formal cocktail lounge. On entering, a bar with 3 bar stools is to starboard. Beyond the bar there is an armchair with poof, two large sofas in L shape formation, a coffee table, a games table and chairs, and forward is a study area with leather topped writing desk. A key feature contributing to the feeling of space and light is the curved glass-panel wall at the forward end in which two large sliding doors access a cen-tral atrium-style lobby.

Sky Lounge:
Large windows allow a lot of natural light into this relaxing upper lounge. There is a bar with 2 stools, a circular dining table, and coffee table with 2 chairs. The emerald green glass atrium skylight at the forward end adds further light.
A special feature of the Main Saloon and Sky Lounge are that certain windows can be opened to allow fresh air in to create a natural breeze.

Owner’s Stateroom:
Forward of the lobby on the main deck is the owner’s private study. Forward of this is the spacious stateroom. Windows on each side can be opened to allow fresh air in. Electric blinds and curtains. A large marbled bathroom with separate head is off the passage be-tween study and stateroom.

VIP Stateroom:
On the lower deck, this occupies the full beam of the vessel. Writing desk and chair. Large en suite bathroom

Guest cabins:
Also on the lower deck, are two mirror image, twin-bedded cabins, with additional Pullman beds. En suite shower rooms and separate heads.

Crew Accommodation and Laundry:
Occupying the forward area of the lower deck are the crew mess, cabins and laundry, with crew access up to a small landing serving the Owner’s suite and through watertight door to lower deck guest accommodation lobby. Accommodates 7 in 3 cabins (all ensuite):

- Captain’s cabin
- Twin bunk cabin
- Triple bunk cabin

Crew mess features B&G H3000, Sailor Compact RT 2048 VHF, CCTV monitor, Alarm panel, 32” Samsung TV, Panasonic blu ray DVD player, Samsung microwave, Sky box, dining table, fridge, sink with boiling water tap and filtered drinking water tap.
Laundry is forward on port side with 2 washing machines, 2 drying machines and roller iron. To starboard is walk in fridge/freezer.

The spacious practically laid out galley is located on the main deck port side, forward of the Saloon. Also features opening windows.

The bridge décor is predominantly teak, save for three Recaro helm seats covered in a blue Nova suede. A prime example of the high technical specification aboard is the number of steering positions; In addition to the bridge and fly bridge there are no fewer than four wing stations at bridge deck level, effectively one at each corner.

Deck Arrangement:
Main deck aft:
Very sheltered area with a 3 part table, built in cushioned curved seating and teak chairs.
Bridge deck aft:
Dining table and chairs, barbecue and griddle. Tenders and cranes are located aft.

Sun deck/Flybridge:
The eye is immediately drawn to the atrium skylight with its crisp white frame and emerald-green glass. Two white vinyl-covered helm seats address the instruments and wheel, and plenty of sunbathing space is to be found around the solid raked radar mast that sits in the middle. A covered companionway to port of the helm gives access to and from the bridge. Fridge at foot of mast.

Deck Equipment:

Anchors: 2 x Poole 315 kg anchor
Anchor chain: 2 x 300m galvanised 24mm studded chain
Cranes: 2 x Staalart SWL 1000kg electro-hydraulic on bridge deck aft
Windlass: 2 x Ascon ACV50.24E Windlass
Passarelle: Ascon electro-hydraulic retractable
Side boarding ladder: Ascon electro-hydraulic stowing Mediterranean ladder on starboard side & boarding ladder on port side.
Stern capstans: 2 x Ascon CV20.00E

Safety & Security:

EPIRB: ACR 406MHz fitted with automatic release
SART: SARTECH Debeg 5900
Life rafts: 2 x 16 person life raft with extra 406 EPIRBs in- side
Life jackets: 17 x Seamaster SOLAS approved
Life rings: 6 total – 4 with buoyant light, 2 with smoke / light combination
Fire–fighting equipment: Ultrafog water mist fire suppression system throughout, with nozzles in all spaces
Unitor CO2 fire suppression in engineering spac- es.
Kidde FireWatch FM200 fire suppression system in bridge console.
Thorn Security Minerva T881 fire detection sys-tem with smoke, heat and flame detectors throughout.
5 fire hydrants with hoses and nozzles, 14 porta- ble fire extinguishers of different type and weight.
Fire pump: Electric fire pump + air-cooled diesel back up in lazarette
Searchlight: 2 x Carlisle & Finch
CCTV cameras: Panasonic WV VR70. 4 cameras: located on aft deck, port and starboard main deck, and engine room
First Aid: Marine medical kit, including defibrillator
Robinson stretcher + splints

15 Year survey, 2013:

Over 6 weeks in the autumn of 2013, Spada underwent the Lloyds 15yr survey on the south coast of England. Initially in Lymington and then dry docked for 3 weeks at Trafalgar Wharf, Porchester. The works included:

- All thru hull fittings replaced
- Hull shot blasted and antifouled
- Ultrasonic hull thickness measurement
- All pipework checked and replaced where necessary


All artwork and photographs are excluded from the sale. Note also that apart from the 4.6m Novurania RIB, all other tenders/watersports equipment will also be excluded from the sale. 

Tender: Novurania 460DL(4.6m) RIB with Yamaha 100hp 4 stroke outboard (new Aug 2011)
New cushions June 2014
Main Characteristics
De Vries Lentsch
2 x Caterpillar 3406E
Lloyds & MCA
V.A.T Paid

Selling price : 5,950,000 € (incl. VAT)