YACHTSMEN INTERNATIONAL is proud to present this 2009 142’ ROYAL DENSHIP MOTOR YACHT, custom built with every conceivable option, ready for immediate delivery ex Miami, FL.

Brilliantly conceived by the esteemed shipyard Royal Denship, TRIPLE 8 combines contemporary, modern design with elegant and chic styling. The interior features a neutral palette of bleached walnut, cream leathers and rich Italian furnishings creating a luxurious yet light and open atmosphere.

The exterior is equally impressive, with vast amounts of deck space epitomising the yachts spacious feel and options for entertaining and relaxing. The sundeck alone encompasses 16 metres of open-plan living area giving the impression that this outstanding yacht is much more than 43.4 metres.

• Stunning interior and exterior design by Michela Reverberi and Diana Yacht Design
• A 16 metre sundeck featuring a Jacuzzi aft with a barbecue
• Dedicated gym with Running Machine, Cycling machine, Free weights
• Home cinema with a 63 inch screen
• Accommodation for 11 guests in 5 cabins (master suite, 2 VIP cabins, 1 double cabin and a 1 twin cabin with a foldaway Pullman bed)
• Quantum zero speed stabilisers

This ROYAL DENSHIP TRIPLE 8 is managed by a full time crew and would suit a buyer looking for a vessel fully optioned and presenting in exceptional condition.

Contact Yachtsmen International to find out more.


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Stock Number

1091 SM


19998 litres


29' 5"


77802 litres

Year Built




Engine Hours


Cruising Speed

9 Knots


Built – 2005 1500rpm 400V 50Hz 3phase


Various For Emergency Ships Power

Bow Thruster

75 KW Jastram


Diesel Fuel – 77800L
Fresh Water – 20000L
Grey/Black Water – 8500L (plus treatment
plant capacity of 1600L)
Lubrication Oil – 2200L
Bilge/Dirty Oil – 3700L Ballast Water – 11000L

Navigation ECDIS

2 x Northrop Grumman Visionmaster FT electronic chart display and information systems offer Lloyds certified paperless vessel navigation


Northrop Grumman Navipilot 4000 offers continuous adaptive self-tuning heading control, increasing fuel efficiency


2 x Saab R4 Navigation system DGPS

Magnetic Compass

Northrop Grumman Jupiter Class A
Magnetic Compass

Speed Log

C Plath Naviknot III/EM200 Speed Log


Net-Logic Bridge master control and repeaters


Kahlenberg M511A Automated Whistle Control

Watertight Doors

Winel Watertight sliding doors controller

Crew Quarters

4x Twin cabins [bunks] on the lower deck forward
and 1 double [Queen] captain’s cabin off the
bridge. All cabins have shower and bathrooms

Exterior Designer

Diana Yacht Design, Holland

Tender and Toys

Towed Tender – One year old Sea Hunt Gamefish
25 with 2x Yamaha F150 (150HP) outboard engines capable of 40 knots.
Adjustable trim tabs, Solar panel or plugged
charging facilities, complete navigation equipment
package, Music system, underwater lights, fish
finder, VHF communications.
Lazarette tender – New AB 13ALX aluminium hull
deep-V RIB with Yamaha 30HP (F30BET) outboard engine.
Rescue tender – Novamarine RH320 FD fiberglass
RIB with Yamaha 20HP (F20CMH) outboard engine.
Jet Ski – 2008 Sea Doo RXP 155 Wave-runner with only 8 hours use.
Toys – Wakeboard, Water-skis, Towing line and
bridle, Wetsuits, Buoyancy Aids, Towable Inflatables
Diving Equipment – 3 Complete sets of dive gear,
dedicated dive compressor located in the Lazarette for clean air cylinder refills. A large
variety of wetsuits and snorkelling equipment.
Fishing Equipment – A variety of Shimano and
Penn light game fishing equipment as well as light
tackle flick sticks, and all associated fishing



Fuel System

An Alfa Laval MIB 303S Fuel Oil Separator is fitted, capable of keeping the 1200L Day Tank full of purified fuel with all Generators and both Main Engines running. Suction is taken from an 8900L settling tank and returns to the same via overflow return pipework to allow for continuous running of the separator whilst underway. Fuel is also routed through duplex Racor filters further assuring of perfectly clean fuel in remote locations. Motor Yacht – Triple 8 5, P a g e Two Quick Closing Valves are located on the Day Tank suctions to isolate fuel to the Engine Room in the event of an emergency and can be operated by a lever in the Safety Locker on the Main Deck.


The hydraulics systems are that of stand-alone Hydraulic Power Units (HPU) with the ability of maintaining redundancy and integrity without the large power usage required for larger, full hydraulic systems


A provisions cooling plant maintains the walk in full beam fridge/freezer cold rooms’ temperatures at 3 to 5°C and -18 to -20°C respectively. There is a second compressor available offering a high level of redundancy.


RWO Oily Water Separator unit which complies
with all current international standards and regulations. Regularly serviced and checked for
correct operation; this unit is more than capable of separating any accumulated bilge water from oil residues and discharges unwanted contaminants to the 3700L Dirty Oil Tank. There is a 15ppm warning along with an automatic overboard shut off valve. An Azcue General Purpose Pump is used as the main bilge pump but can be crossconnected with the main or emergency fire pumps to remove any build-up of water. An eductor is also fitted for this purpose and the opportunity exists to remove flood water from the engine room by means of the main engines and generators taking a direct suction from the bilge.

Monitoring and Management

The Megacon MSE2000 Power Management
System (PMS) allows for automatic operation of
the generators and shore power convertor
connecting and synchronising them on to the
switchboard in the event of load transients. All
read outs of usage and parameters are on an LCD
display in the engine control room. The Bjørge
Auxiliary Monitoring System (AMS) enables the
engineering staff to monitor all tank levels and
engine parameters along with much more;
providing alarms that can be heard throughout the crew areas. This system also helps meet the
criteria to have an ‘Unmanned Machinery Space’ underway which reduces crew requirements. A second screen is placed on the Bridge.


Fixed VHF – 1 x Sailor RT5022 DSC and 1 x Sailor
6222 DSC Handheld VHF – 11 x ICOM IC-M88
GMDSS VHF – 2 x Sailor SP3520 waterproof units
MF/HF – 1 x Litton Marine HC4500B UHF – ICOM
IC-F210S Tranceiver Fleet 77 – Sperry Marine
Navicom 77, TT-3606E Message Terminal and
Keyboard/Printer Sat Phone – Capsat Fleet 77 TT-
3084A Fixed Sat Phone Navtex – McMurdo ICS
Nav5 Plus Triband Receiver AIS – Saab R4 Class
A Transponder EPIRB – Thrane & Thrane Sailor
SE406-11 with HRU SART 2 x Sailor SART II


Washing Machines – 2 x Miele Washing Machines PW6065
Drying Machines – 2 x Miele Drying Machines PT 7136 Plus

Lower Stew Station

Icemaker – Brema CB 249
Wine Fridge – Sub Zero 424

Safety and Security (EPIRB)

1 x SAILOR Thrane & Thrane SE406 Emergency
Position Indication Radio Beacon held in a ‘floatfree’ case on the sundeck

Safety and Security (Life-Rafts)

4x Survitec Zodiac TO 25 man life-rafts are located on the Bridge deck with emergency use, high power spot lights, to assist in the launch and boarding of these units. All are fitted to SOLAS and class specifications and meet the most stringent safety criteria. 22x Adult Immersion suits along with 4x children’s suits Life jackets, life buoys, flares and all other SOLAS related equipment held to fully comply with international regulations.

Safety and Security (First Aid Equipment)

We carry a comprehensive SOLAS approved
Category A Offshore medical equipment inventory. In addition 2 x medical Oxygen Cylinders and extra first aid kits for tenders and extra med’s. A Medaire International Medlink Luxury Yacht Medical Access subscription helps keep inventories controlled accurately.

Safety and Security (Watermist / Hi-Fog System)

Danfoss Semco Sem-Safe system. Comprises a
200L Demineralised Water Tank (with automatic
fresh and salt water supplies should the level fall too far whilst in operation) System pressure at nozzle – 100 Bar Pump capacity – 112L/min (2x 28kW units) Pilot press – 12 Bar 4x nozzle’s
designed usage – 10L/min at 100 Bar Serviced
annually by approved contractor and monthly
checks conducted to ensure personnel and boat safety








43.3M / 142FT


9' 8"

Yacht Type




Main Engines

Dual 957HP Caterpillar 3508B 34.5L V8 Twin Turbo Diesel Engines Producing 746kW at 1800RPM (1492kW Total Power)

Maximum Speed

12 Knots


Triple Caterpillar 3056 MGS (93kW max – optimum usable 84kW each)

Shore Power

3 Phase


Various For Emergency Ships Power


Two Schottel Azipod 360° directional drive units producing finer control at slow speeds and large fuel savings when cruising. These drives operate independently and will enable a 360° manoeuvre if required, along with aiding sideways motion for docking when used along with the Bow Thruster.

Range Information

At a cruising speed of 8.5 knots (±950rpm) the vessel is capable of covering a distance of up to 7800 Nautical Miles on full tank capacity. At a cruising speed of 7.0 knots (±750rpm) the vessel is capable of covering a distance of up to 10000 Nautical Miles on full tank capacity. As a rule we have generally cruised at 9.5 knots which gives us a realistic range of 5000 Nautical Miles and leaves an emergency fuel allowance of 15000 Litres on board.


Saab R4 AIS for additional navigational safety


Elac Nautic L3 ES5100 Sounder

Gyro Compass

Northrop Grumman Navigat x MK 2 Digital
Gyro Compass and repeater


2 x Northrop Grumman Bridgemaster E

Wind Index

RM Young 06206 Wind Tracker


Navtalk V2 Data Distribution Device for NMEA

Windscreen Wipers

Wynn 6000 series controller on 7 windshield


10/11 Guest Beds In 5 Large Staterooms (One Fold Away Single Pullman Bed In The Twin), Good Built-in Storage, Jacuzzi Bath, Large Master Suite with King Bed, Showers x 2, Sinks x 2, Toilets x 2

Interior Designer

Michela Reverberi of Diana Yacht Design, Holland


A fully automated, iPad interfaced system with control of lights, blinds and curtains, window washers and entertainment systems. Each guest cabin is equipped with an iPad and has a flat screen plasma TV, KaleidEscape entertainment system, surround sound speakers and iPod auxiliary connection facility.


Two Idromar IC10S Reverse Osmosis Plants, producing around 550L/Hr, offering a total supply of 26400 Litres of fresh water from sea water. Bunker equipment is used when a fresh water supply is available fitted with an automatic water softener – Kinetico Mach 2060S

Seawater Cooling System

Engine room sea chest inlets, fitted with strainer baskets, supply sea water cooling for all equipment requiring it. A Cathelco impressed current protection system to prevent corrosion of the strainers and exposed metals effectively.

Waste Water

Gertsen & Olufsen’s Category 1 Aerobic Sewage Treatment Plant (STP) enables the yacht to access to all areas with increased maritime pollution regulations. This is the highest level of treatment facility available but also has a large storage capacity allowing for a number of days without the requirement to discharge (with 11 guests and 9 crew on-board). Jets have provided the vacuum toilet system which is connected to the large storage tanks along with all drains from showers and sinks. All waste water is bacteriologically treated prior to discharge overboard.

Air Conditioning

Two Climaveneta Chilled Water Plants supply cooling to the Air Handling Unit and two smaller units to provide ducted air conditioned, cool air throughout the boat. Duct heaters located in all cabins and salons enables the guests to control individual room temperatures.

Deck Equipment

2x Muir Hydraulic Stern Capstans supplied by the
after Hydraulic Power pack Unit (also for Transom
Door operations) 2x Muir Anchor Windless’ and
Capstans forward, with a dedicated Hydraulic
Power Pack Unit.


The main system is a 400V AC three phase 50Hz supply used for pumps and larger equipment whilst a transformed 230V AC system supplies the lighting and European plug sockets for domestic services on board. The recently fitted, Magnus Marine Shore Power Converter Motor Yacht – Triple 8 6, P a g e allows the boat to connect to any likely Shore Power Supply, without issue, by means of a 125A cable with various international plug connections The 24V system is fed from a series of 12V batteries that are charged, during normal conditions, via inverter/chargers. The system has four functions; Engine Starts, Normal Service, Emergency Service and GMDSS/Radio.


2 x independent SeaTel Cobham 5012-33
broadband-at-sea VSAT antenna allow for mast
blockage free connection to Ku Band internet
provided via satellite, anywhere in the World. MXP antenna positioning systems and modems that feed into the Meraki Router allow Wi-Fi to be distributed around the boat for use anywhere. A shore connection is also provided for marina cable connection. Two GSM antenna and modems, for use with mobile phone provider SIM cards, can provide external communication using the telephone exchange. 3 x permanent VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol) numbers are also available through the VSAT application.

Domestic Equipment

Oven – 2 x Miele H458
Induction Hobs – 1 x Miele CS 1212-1,
1 x Miele Ceran 2 plate top
Hotplate – 1x Large stainless steel hotplate
Microwave – Miele M8150
Dishwasher – Miele Pro G7857 TD
Fridge/Freezer – Sub Zero 642


Icemakers – Brema CB 249
BBQ Grill – Weber Sear Station
Hot Tub – Jacuzzi

Upper Stew Station

Fridge – Liebherr Comfort
Icemaker – Scotsman AC56
Dishwasher – Miele Pro G7857 TD

Safety and Security (SART)

2x Sailor SART II Search and Rescue Transponder held on the bridge along with 2x emergency GMDSS VHF radios

Safety and Security (Fire Fighting Equipment)

Extinguishers positioned throughout the boat
(including 9x Dry Powder, 10x Foam and 5x CO2) Spares stored forward as per Flag requirements. 2x Dräger firefighting suits including boots, helmets, gloves and hood. 2x Dräger Breathing Apparatus (BA) sets to be used for search and recovery and firefighting scenarios. ELTEC Fire Detection system fitted for early warning of smoke and heat. Manual call points are fitted on escape routes to raise the alarm in the unlikely event of a fire. A gas detector is also fitted in the Lazarette

Safety and Security (SW Fire Main)

Azcue General Purpose Pump; used to pressure
the sea water fire main used for fighting fires whilst at sea or anchor. An emergency, diesel engine driven, back-up pump is also capable of supplying the fire main with 4 Bar water pressure from an independent suction in the Lazarette (Tender Garage).

Safety and Security (3M Novec 1230)

2x Kidde Gas Bottles containing fire suppression gas and Nitrogen for use on Engine Room fires, once evacuated. Remote initiation from the safety locker along with the ability to safely release the gas locally. Serviced and inspected annually by approved contractor

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