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NKI103 «Lagoon»

Motor yacht with wooden hull and deckhouse

Builder: Shipbuilding Company "LAGOON ROYAL"



1.1. General data

1.1.1. Yacht project NKI103 Lagoon intended for productive leisure and tourism.

1.1.2. Navigation area III limited.

1.1.3. Architectural-constructive type motor yacht with advanced opening superstructure, midship arrangement ER, twin-rotor, opening stern cockpit and after platform.

1.1.4. Yacht class +YACHT I 3/3E/W +MACH according Rules for Classification Certification of Yachts Bureau Veritas, 1993.

1.2. Main features

1.2.1. Principal dimensions

Length overall, m 16.00

Length WL, m 15.01

Breadth max., m 4.50

Depth on midship, m 2.05

1.2.2. Displacement

Full displacement of yacht in sea water (density 1.025 t/m3), is 20.77 t.

1.2.3. Capacity

Tank capacity of main stores, (m3):

Diesel oil 3,0
Fresh water 0,346

1.2.4. Cruising range

Cruising range by fuel store
about 420 nautical miles.

1.2.5. Speed

Speed during sea trials with normal displacement, in deep water, without wind and rough with clear hull and water temperature +15º C, with main engine power 2x331 kW about 25 knots.

1.2.6. Stability

Stability of yacht in all load conditions meets the requirements of Society.

1.3. General arrangement

General arrangement rooms of ship according to NKI103 020 014
crew - 1 person
maximum seating capacity - 10 person

Environment pollution prevention.

Hull construction, equipment and systems prevent environment pollution. On yacht foreseen sewage tanks, removable jerricans for collecting of bilge water from engine.


2.1. General data

Construction, materials and strength of hull correspond the destination and exploitation conditions of yacht and meet the requirements of Bureau Veritas.

Dimensions and materials of hull constructions accepted according the recommendations Rules and regulations for the classification of yachts and small craft. Part 2, Chapter 4 Wood and Composite. Lloyds Register of Shipping 1979, taking into account recommendations of Rules and regulations for Special Service Craft, Part 3 General requirements and constructional arrangements, Part 4 Additional requirements for yachts. 1996.

As a material of the main hull used finewood (mahogany, oak, teak).

Hull shell composed of lath.

Ensured impermeability of hull plating.

2.2. Main hull

Framing system transversal.

Spacing along the whole length of the yacht 400mm.

Hull structure see drawing NKI103-021-002.

Main transversal bulkheads are flat, made from marine plywood with vertical ribs.

Reinforcements and foundations for main engine, mechanisms and equipment executed with necessary strength from steel plates

2.3. Deckhouse

Deckhouse framing system transversal.

2.4. Hull protection from corrozion and biofouling

For hull protection foreseen paint coat on outer and inner surfaces of hull and anodes.

Main color of yacht by the Customer request.

2.5. Swimming platform

In stern foreseen swimming platform with width 600 mm, arranged above WL.


3.1. Steering gear

3.2.1. Yacht is equipped with two hanged balanced rudder with aerodynamic profile, rudder area 0.22 m2 in stern region (fr.#0). Rudder blade: hollow, profiled, welded, with horizontal diaphragms.

Stock is straight with one journal bearing and one thrust bearing. Joining of stock and rudder blade welded.

3.2.2. For turning rudder blade from hard over to hard over in steering compartment mounted hydraulic steering gear with one cylinder and common rod.

3.2. Anchoring equipment

3.2.1. Anchoring equipment consists of:
- anchor of increased holding power, type Delta 40kg Lewmar;
- auxiliary anchor stored (in forepeak)
- anchor roller
- windlass Sprint3000 (LEWMAR) with drum;

- chain, grade 7/16 US G4 ISO, chain length 75m

- anchor stopper.

Chain locker mounted in forepeak. Chain locker executed from oak board.
For fixing and emergency output of chain foreseen special shackle near forepick cover.

Chain locker equipped with drainage system.

3.3. Mooring equipment

For mooring operation on yacht foreseen the necessary quantity of cleats and mooring chocks. Mooring ropes stored in forepick.

3.4. Guard railing

Guard railing consist of mahogany hand-rails, which installed on roof and fore part of deckhouse.

3.5. Life-saving equipment

On yacht foreseen the necessary quantity of life jackets.

3.6. Fenders

Yacht is equipped with cylindrical pneumatic fenders (6 items).

3.7. Mast

Yacht is equipped with: signal mast for carry signal lights and figures, radionavigation equipment and flagstaff for carry flag. Mast on roof, flagstaff in stern.


4.1. Portholes

Oval illuminators are build in deckhouse bow sidewalls and arranged according NKI103- Cutouts scheme. All illuminators provided by LEWMAR.

4.2. Windows

In deckhouse, arranged according general arrangement and cutouts scheme, paste in toning sandwich window with thickness 14 mm.

Frontal windows provided with two wipers.

4.3. Inner doors

All inner doors are wooden.

4.4. Sky-light hatch

One sky-light hatch (provided by LEWMAR) with clear size 680680 mm are placed under fore cabin.

4.5. Sliding hatch

One sliding hatch (provided by RONDAL) with clear size 2500x800 mm are placed under bow part of saloon in deckhouse roof.


5.1. Isolation

Sound and thermal in engine room executed by isolation plates.

5.2. Deck coat

Cover of upper deck and accommodation execute by schemes adjusted with Customer.

All open horizontal parts of upper deck are covered by teak. From cockpit to UD steps is also covered by teak.

5.3. Coating of accommodations, equipment and mechanisms

Preparation of surfaces for painting executed by technology of Supplier, adjusted by Customer.

Painting schemes should be confirmed by the Customer and paint Supplier. Painting executed by high quality paint and lacquers.


In all accommodations settle cladding according to the scheme adjusted with the Customer.


Furniture in all accomodations executed and mounted according general arrangement.


8.1. Power installation

8.1.1. Main power installation

Power installation is double-shaft, consists of marine set MAN consist of main engine D0831 LE401 (power 331 kWt with 2600 rpm) and backspace gear unit ZF 280A.

Propulsion device penta-blade constant pitch propeller.

8.1.2. Power installation main characteristics

Power (on full speed) provided by engine on crankshaft 331 kWt (450 h.p.) with frequency of engine crankshaft 2600 rpm. Fuel consumption on maximum power 0.225 kg/kWt*hour (0.165 kg/h.p.*hour).

8.1.3. Location

On yacht foreseen one engine room in which located engines with the necessary systems.

8.1.4. Air inlet and gas outlet

Air to engines comes from engine room.

Gas outlet from engines (and outboard water) executed from rubber gas outlet hose with and accomplish in transom under swimming platform.

8.2. Power installation systems

8.2.1. Yacht is equipped with all necessary systems, which provide functioning of engines. Necessary equipment located in engine room.

In fuel system main engines are feeding from side fuel tanks (capacity 0.45 t) and diesel-generator is feeding from middle fuel tank (capacity 2.1 t). Fuel tank is remote and arranged in engine room.

Infill of fuel tanks provided through fuel deck manholes.
Fuel tank ventilation executed by vent head and vent filters.

Fuel feed from fuel tanks to engines provided by individual pipelines through filters/water segregators. Return fuel is also provided by individual. Fuel system pipes material copper.

To draft side fuel tanks from middle fuel tank the electric self-priming fuel transfer pump is foreseen. Side fuel tanks have overflow pipes for avoid overfill.

Cooling system of engines double circuit individual. Primming of fresh and outboard water provided by pumps, which hung on engines. Outboard water from cooling system of engines goes in gas exhaust system, where it cool off exhaust gases ejected with them outboard.

Mechanical and natural ventilation system provides keeping in Engine Room the allowable gas constitution and air temperature no more than 318 K.

8.2.2. Power installation control

Power installation control provided from control panel located in bow part of saloon.

8.3. Hull systems

8.3.1. Drainage system

For compartments drainage foreseen:
- two electrical pumps- DURA 2200 (power supply 24 V) with float switches and control panels;

- one stationary hand diaphragm pump (max. output 0.9 liters during one move).
Submersible electrical pumps installed in Engine Room and bow compartment. Hand pump is installed in cockpit.

Outlet of bilge water from submersible electrical pumps foreseen by hoses outboard. Outlet of bilge water from stationary hand pump foreseen by hoses from Engine Room and bow compartment outboard or in remote tank.

8.3.2 Deck washing system

Electrical pump type R4325343L provided by Flojet mounted under Main Cabin flooring (max. output 17 l/min., power supply 24 V), supplied with sprayer.

8.3.3. Water-supply system

Yacht water-supply system guarantee fresh water system provides supply of cold and hot fresh water for consumers (wash-stand mixers, galley sink and shower) from fresh water tanks using hydrophore.

Yacht is equipped with:
- two removable plastic fresh water tanks 88 l. each;

- one removable plastic fresh water tanks 170 l. each;

- boiler TWIN COIL provided by A.S.A.P. (capacity 53 l., power supply 230 V, pneumatic tank capacity 19 l.);

8.3.4. Sewage system

Drain system provides outlet of sewage water from sink, wash-stands and shower cabins to the sewage tanks. Outlet of sewage water is executed by electrical pumps to outboard or by deck manhole to coast.

Sewage system provides outlet of sewage water from lavatory pan. Outlet of sewage water is executed by electrical pumps to outboard or by deck manhole to coast.

On yacht foreseen:
- 2 removable sewage tanks 88 l. each;
- electric pump 13024 provided by VETUS (capacity 20l/min, power supply 24 V).

8.3.5. Ventilating system

Depending on type, yacht compartments ventilated by natural or combined ventilation.

Ventilation of cabins and WC is provided by two air-exhauster with plastic head type PLUFAN provided by VETUS (power supply 24 V).

Ventilation of Engine Room on movement is provided by ventilating shafts supplied with antifiring plates.

Ventilation of Engine Room on stand mode is provided by two air-exhauster flame safety electric ventilators type VENT178 (productivity 12.5 m3/min, power supply 24V).

8.3.6. Air conditioning system

Conditioning system provides cooling/heating of air in all accommodations. Yacht equipped with air conditioner SPLIT 16 EH ROTARY (productivity 16000 Btu/h) provided by CLIMMA.

Operation of conditioners is possible if temperature of outboard 6-8 and temperature of ambient air 8 10 .

8.3.7. Fire fighting system

To protect Engine Room against fire the two automatic fire extinguishers are installed. Each two automatic fire extinguisher are completed with manual control cable, 4 sprayers and copper pipe (volume of extinguisher 12 kg)

Fire extinguishers type -2 are foreseen to install in saloon and cabin.


9.1. General data

Principal current direct, voltage 24V.

Electricity distributed by double-wire insulated system with the following volumes of electric potential:

- 24 V direct power by double-wired for lighting, pump drive units, mechanisms, refrigerator, devices, navigation lights, radio station and navigation devices.

- 220 V alternating current by monophase double-wired system for supply of charger, air-conditioners, cooking range, watermaker and household appliances.

9.2. Power-supply sources

9.2.1. Main power-supply source

Main power-supply source 8 storage batteries provided by Mastervolt. Two storage batteries with capacity 140 A*h, for supplying of main consumers (lighting, pumps, inverter, vents, refrigerators). Four storage batteries with capacity 140 A*h, for starting main engines. Two storage batteries with capacity 85 A*h: one for supplying navigation lights, supply radio-navigation equipment, second for starting diesel-generator.

All storage batteries are located in Engine Room, not evolved hydrogen and unwatched type. Storage batteries provide power supply for all consumers, required by the Rules during the necessary time.

9.2.2. Additional power-supply source

Additional power-supply source generators of direct current are hung on main engines, voltage 24V, current 55 A, for charging storage batteries and for power supplying on 24 V consumers during motion under main engines.

9.2.3. Auxiliary power-supply source

Auxiliary power-supply source diesel-generator of monophase alternating current 50 Hz, voltage 230V, 8.0 kV*A, Whisper 8000 provided by MASTERVOLT. Its used for power supply of chargers MASS 24/50-2, MASS 24/25-2 and MASS 12/30-2, boiler, air-conditioners, galley equipment, socket network for domestic consumers.

9.3. Source for engine electric starter activation

For starting main engines are foreseen 4 storage batteries with voltage 12 V, capacity 140 A*h.

For starting diesel-generator are foreseen one storage battery, voltage 12V, capacity 85 A*h.
Each group of storage batteries provides 3 starts of main engines and diesel-generator.

Charging of main engines battery is executed by generators hung on engines (voltage 24V) and charger type MASS 24/50-2, which is supplied from alternating current net (voltage 230 V).

Charging of diesel generator battery executed by generator hung on engine (voltage 12 V) and charger, which is supplied from alternating current net (voltage 230 V).

9.4. Statical transducers

9.4.1. For storage batteries charging and power supply in electric box mounted 3 chargers MASS 24/50-2 (charging current 50 A), MASS 24/25-2 (voltage 24 V) and MASS 12/30-2 (charging current 30 A, voltage 12 V), provided by Mastervolt.

9.4.2. For transformation of direct current with voltage 24 V into alternating current with voltage 230 V, frequency 50 Hz in electric box mounted inverter SINE24/500 provided by MASTERVOLT. On control panel the remote control panel is mounted for chargers and inverter monitoring.

9.5. Electrical power distribution

Electrical power distributed to two-wire insulated system.

9.5.1. For electrical power distribution with voltage 24V used:
- distribution pillar with continuous current 24V, MASTERVOLT;
- panel with automatic switch for consumers supply, MASTERVOLT.

9.5.2. For electrical power distribution of alternating current with voltage 230V used self-changing device from different sources (diesel-generator, coastal source and inverter), provided by MASTERVOLT.

Following consumers are supplying from 230 V network:
- Storage battery chargers;

- Boiler;
- Air-conditioning;
- Galley oven;
- Microwave oven etc.

9.5.3. Reception of electrical power from coast fulfilled by flexible cable with socket connector.

9.6. Electrical devices

9.6.1. As electric drives of pumps and ventilators used direct-current motor with voltage 12V. Control under drives provided from control panel with automatic switches mounted in electric box.

9.6.2. Windlass control devices

Windlass control provided by:

- remote control desk located on pilot control console;

- remote panel, connected to the special socket.

9.7. Cables and cable run

For power supply of consumes foreseen cable with copper thread, destined for using on ships type MGH and MGCH.

Allowable continuous heating temperature of cable threads+65.
Fitting of cables on yacht fulfilled on standard constructions.
On the upper deck and in all places where radio noise protection is necessary the screened cable is used.

In all accommodations the enclosed electrical wiring is applied.
Cable run through watertight bulkheads and decks fulfilled though cable boxes and sealing glands.

In places of possible damages cables lay in pipes or protected by casings.

9.8. Protective grounding

Metal housings of stationary mounted electrical equipment, operated with voltage more then 230V, connected to the cooper earthing plate 30x3. Washers from insulating materials are mounted between dissimilar metals to avoid electrolytic corrosion.

Cooper earthing plate with area 1m2 are mounted to outer side of underwater hull.

Foreseen grounding of hull on coastal grounding connection during supply of yacht from coastal source by third cable conductor of supply from coast.

In upper point of mast mounted lightning-conductor, connected with earthing plate by bonding (bonding section 50 mm2).

9.9. Electric lighting

Illumination of accommodations is corresponding to the requirements of Rules.
For lighting used lamps provided by Euro Marine with incandescent lamps with voltage 24V.

In living accommodations for general illumination used lamps with incandescent lamps type Yolanda provided by Vetus, for local illumination used lamps type Finch, and in galley for cooking range lighting used lamp type Gold tulip.

In Engine Room, steering compartment and WC mounted lamps type Domenika, provided by Vetus.
In outdoor lighting involved searching light and lamps for cockpit lighting

General lighting is switched on by switches on bulkheads near accommodation entrances.

Local illumination is switched on by switches build in lamps.

9.10. Navigation lights

On yacht installed set of navigation lights according to the requirements, which provide safety of navigation:

- side navigation lights (red and green) 2 items;
- masthead light 1 item;
- stern light 1 item;
- anchor light 1 item.

Foreseen set of auxiliary lamps.
Power supply and control of listed lights fulfilled from control board of navigation lights located in electric box.

Voltage of power supply of navigation lights is 24 V direct current.

9.11. Sound and visual warning facilities

As sound warning on yacht foreseen electric horn.

Control of horn provided by button located on pilot control console.
As visual warning used signal figures and flags provided by Customer.


10.1. General facilities

On yacht foreseen communications facilities according to requirements of Global Maritime System of Communication in Emergency and provide of safety (GMSCE) for this ship.
Radio equipment completed only plug-in spare parts according to standards of Maker.

10.1.2. Equipment of GMSCE

- VHF radio station (power 25Wt) 1 set
consist of:
a) in saloon:
- VHF radio station with receiving set with radio digital selective calling on 70 canal with telephone handset 1 item

b) on deckhouse roof
- VHF talk-back antenna 1 item
- Radio set NAVTEX 1 set
consist of:
a) in saloon:
- receiver 1 item
b) on deckhouse roof:
- antenna 1 item

10.2. Navigational equipment

- Magnetic compass:
In deckhouse and on control panel installed magnetic compasses with power supply of illumination from network 24V, for determine and represent of course by means and for compass bearing, compasses are independent from power supply.

- Receiver of satellite global navigation system (GPS).

For automatic determination of running coordinates, speed, time ect. Used GPS receivers 1 set

consist of:
- in deckhouse:
receiver 1 item
- in deckhouse roof:
antenna 1 item

Log 1 set,

consist of:
- in pilot control console:
display with indication of speed and distance 1 item
- in bottom region of yacht converter 1 item

Echo depth-sounder installed for electronic bathymetry under bottom, 1 set,

consist of:
- in pilot control console:
display with indication of depth 1 item
- in bottom region of yacht converter 1 item

Voltage 24 V DC.

For electrical observation used radio locator, which consist of:
- antenna on deckhouse roof;
- display with cartridge and map plotter, display located on pilot control console

For automatic course keeping installed the autopilot consist of:
- in pilot control console:
electronic control package, processor, control board and signaling with rudder blade position indicator;

- in steering compartment:
hydraulic pump and feedback sensor for rudder blade position detecting.

Voltage 24 V DC.

10.3. Television reception

For local TV programs reception the TV antenna GLOMEX with amplifier and cable network are installed on ship.

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