BLUEPEARL 114

BLUEPEARL 114 is a yacht of impeccable planning, designed and built to the highest standards in collaboration with Robert Perry, High Modulus, BluePearl Yachts, Ltd., Renee Hilkku Interior Design Associates, Tartan Yachts shipyard and Ivan Erdevicki Designs. The BLUEPEARL combines the classic clipper ketch styling on deck and below with state of the art naval architecture, sail handling systems, including all amenities for gracious and very comfortable living aboard.

Basic Details

Make: BluePearl
Length: 114 ft
Price: $9,995,000
Year: 2011
Condition: New
Location: NC, USA
Boat Name: BluePearl 114
Hull Material: Composite
Draft: 10 ft
Number of Engines:1
Fuel Type: Diesel

Measurements

LOA: 114 ft
Beam:24 ft 6 in
Max Draft:10 ft

Power

Number of Engines:1
Engine Make: 1x Volvo Engine
Model: D9

Dimensions

Displacement: 274272

Engines

Total Power: 500
Cruising Speed: 10.5
Max Speed: 12.5

Tanks

Fuel: 2800
Fresh Water: 2200

Vessel Overview

BLUEPEARL 114 is a yacht of impeccable planning, designed and built to the highest standards in collaboration with Robert Perry, High Modulus, BluePearl Yachts, Ltd., Renee Hilkku Interior Design Associates, Tartan Yachts shipyard and Ivan Erdevicki Designs. The BLUEPEARL combines the classic clipper ketch styling on deck and below with state of the art naval architecture, sail handling systems, including all amenities for gracious and very comfortable living aboard. 

On deck, the BLUEPEARL is expansive and uncluttered with a clean even teak deck that is modern but still shows the classic clipper look of a real sailing ship. Her ornate bowsprit is beautiful. Her dual aft helms and HMi monitoring systems afford the sailing enthusiasts fingertip control as you cruise along at 12 knots. The flat deck aft affords an area for sleek wood deck chairs while the sturdy bimini covered cockpit seats up to 12 easily at several inlaid teak tables, which is serviced by a wet bar, complete with ice maker, refrig and dumb waiter from the galley. There is plenty of storage space on deck and below decks. 

The enclosed mid deck area allows for a complete 360 degree vista and is furnished with teak sofas and chairs which surround another inlaid folding teak table that seats eight. There is a mini galley in this area with dumb waiter access to the below decks galley. This area is protected by the spacious fully enclosed windowed pilothouse that also houses a third helm and full instrument console. There is a crew “oily room” for wet weather gear and wash down. 

The flat clean decks with flush hatches are complimented by a classic raised salon with beautiful surrounding windows that provide an abundance of natural light to the interior of the yacht. 

Although classic in styling, the BLUEPEARL's engineering is state of the art in all respects, from her all Carbon rigging to her hydraulic swim platform, captive reel winches, bow thruster, and optional deck crane. A complete Hmi/Apple entertainment/sound system with flat screens can be found in every room on the yacht. The Hmi system monitors all aspects of the yacht for safety and displays are in the captain’s cabin, owner’s suite and helms. An optional NVTI infrared and night vision system can be deployed on the main mast. 

The Renee Hilkku interior aboard BLUEPEARL 114 is crafted in satin finished mahogany and teak complimented by vaulted overhead tongue in grove panels finished white, plank bamboo floors, lush carpet in places, elongated rounded portlights, large transom port windows in the aft suits, skylights, deck prisms and deep pile oriental rugs and marble baths. The layout and décor exude a luxurious stately ambiance of open spaces and comfort. The library/stateroom is inviting with a soft deep leather couch and chair, reading lamp, elegant paintings, bookcases, flat screen and fireplace. The day head with shower and sink are immediately off of the library. The interior spaces are well appointed and inviting. The BluePearl is a true home on the water and her level interior decks add to the feeling of a continuous living space. The galley boasts a full Viking range with stove along with a gimbaled stove and oven. There is plenty of storage for wine in the wine cooler and wine racks which abound throughout the yacht.

Accomodations

The RAISED PILOTHOUSE, with full navigation/communication station to starboard and dining settee for 8 to port offers unrestricted, panoramic views with line of sight visibility at deck level and lots of light. 

The Pilothouse adjoins the MAIN AND DINING SALON forward and down 6 steps, to create an extremely comfortable expansive living area with oriental rugs and a furniture setting to port containing a large couch, an end table, and a tea table with flanking chairs. There are bookshelves and pictures along with a wet bar, icemaker and flat screen. Located to starboard, there is formal dining with seating for 12 at a beautiful inlaid teak table flanked by a built in wine rack and pass thru serving area from the gourmet galley. 

The OWNER'S SUITE aft is very spacious and looks out through 4 large port windows and includes an office. This area can be built to have two adjoining staterooms with two ensuite heads and showers. The single master stateroom is adorned with walnut and maghoney with 1 ¾ inch two panel doors, a full ensuite head, with double marbled sink, a bidet and a massive marble tiled shower. A spacious armoire, desk and dressing table complement this most private area aboard the yacht. 

The LIBRARY/STATEROOM is a cozy room with a queen sleeper leather couch, an overstuffed leather chair, end table, lamp, a fireplace, a large flat screen, book shelves, and its own ensuite head, sink and shower that can be used as a day head. 

The mirror image GUEST STATEROOMS forward of the salon are configured with queen beds and nightstand. A 3 ft by 6 ft. Pullman bunk along the aft bulkhead can be used to create a third comfortable sleeping area. Each stateroom has a full ensuite head, marble sink and large marble shower. Guests have plenty of room for belongings in a large armoire and an ornate dressing table is available for the ladies. 

The CREW AREA forward houses 5-6 crew in three staterooms, with separate ensuite heads and showers plus a crew mess and limited galley. The captain’s stateroom has a double bed and desk complete with ships monitors. 

There is a central PBX phone system with a phone in each stateroom and worldwide telephone and Internet.

Galley

The gourmet galley is to starboard just off the salon. It is isolated by a sliding heavy 1 ¾ inch door but has a serving pass thru to the dining area. A dumb waiter to the enclosed cockpit comes up in the wet bar area and allows easy service to guests. The galley has a floor to ceiling SubZero standard refrigerator, and under counter drawer freezer, a Bosch dishwasher, trash compactor, SubZero wine cooler, a full Viking stove and oven, a gimbaled stove and oven, a large exhaust hood, a large porcelain double sink with garbage disposal lots of drawers, cupboards and storage space. There is a full auxiliary chest freezer in the compartment below the salon/galley floor accessed by a door from the galley. This area also contains a separate full vertical washer and dryer.

Interior


The joinery is superior in mahogany and teak. The floors are plank bamboo. Marble and rich woods grace the baths and showers. Hatches have mosquito and blackout screens. Lighting is ambient and mood orientated. LEDs are used in utility areas for energy saving. There are reading lights, step lights, courtesy lighting and overhead lighting. Air conditioning is via two chillers with a thermostat in each room, which allows make up air, cooled air or warm air. There are many hatches, which can be used for outside fresh air.

Deck and Hull

THE BLUEPEARL is built to and maintained in American Ship Building Service Classification and she complies fully with the latest MCA Code for Large Yachts. 

ADDITIONAL FEATURES 

Molded epoxy composite solid hull below the waterline and cored above, the deck is cored with teak overlay on all deck surfaces. 

Low aspect ratio fin keel w/ internal ballast. 

Deep, partially balanced epoxy composite fiber spade rudder on a half skeg with cable/quadrant drive Hydraulically controlled. 

The transom is clean and void of everything except a gate for a stern passerrale. There are no davits to clutter up the stern or cause problems with a dinghy dangling from the back of your sailing ship. 

The hydraulic fold down swimming and boarding access with lights, shower, ladder and railings is located amidships on the starboard side of the yacht and is easily accessed from the deck. There is also a second on deck shower located in the stern. 

There is a self-tacking staysail and a forward crane so that the dinghy can be carried forward on the expansive clear deck. There are two Muir VRC 6000 windlass and two anchors. The forward water tight compartmenting, water tight doors, stability & fire retardant capability and firefighting equipment, are all to MCA standards.

  • 1 CQR, 136KG; 2x 120m of chain; 1 Bruce 136KG Anchors
  • 2 Muir VRC 6000 Windlasses
  • Key Power model KP18 75 HP hydraulic Bow Thruster
  • 17 Rondal or better Flush Hatches
  • Teak Decks
  • Teak Caprail
  • Teak Toerail
  • 316 SS mounted in Toerail Stanchions
  • 3 sets of Life Lines; 1 stern gate, 2 side gates
  • Teak Bow Seat
  • 2 Teak Stern Seats in corners
  • CT Steel Head Marine CT2500 Dinghy Crane Mounted port forward 2500 lbs capacity (optional)
  • Starboard Side Hydraulic Platform; custom with built in ladder with railing, shower & lights
  • Shower Hot and Cold, at stern Custom with Grohe Shower handle
  • Wheel - 2 Lewmar
  • Wheel PH - Drive by wire
  • Four (4) Deck Prisms
  • Bimini, Sturdy, 3 in. SS polished GRP with 3 in. 316 SS polish tubing with built in lights
  • Life Preservers - 12 USCG approved
  • Life Rafts - 2 8 PAX each
  • Fire Detection System - Tyco
  • EPIRB - 2 EPIRB 406MHZ McMurdo
  • Sun Awning: Custom

Electronics and Navigational Equipment

Navigation and communications equipment is MCA and Global Maritime Distress & Safety System (GMDSS) compliant.

  • MAXSEA Plotter; computer monitor used only as plotter with antenna interfaced with GPS and radar
  • HMI Systems main computer; touch-screen for all system monitoring on board
  • Furuno Universal AIS FA-150
  • Navifohrs electronic fluxgate Gyro Compass with Slave
  • Plath Magnetic Compass
  • Furuno GP 32
  • Furuno Navnet 72NM
  • Furuno SSB model FS-2 570C-GMDSS
  • Thrane & Thrane Inmarsat Fleet 77 Voice, high speed data & fax; Sat C Easy Mail, Panasonic PBX
  • Simrad or similar Autopilot
  • NVTI (night vision technologies) NV6000
  • 2 Furuno VHF; one is GMDSS
  • VHF Handhelds
  • 3 ICOM waterproof VHF handhelds
  • Rudder Angle Indicator
  • B&G hydra 2000 Wind, Speed, Depth, Log Monitors (4 gauges on cabin bulk-head outside, 2 at binnacle, 2 at chart table, 1 in galley, 1 in captain's cabin)
  • Tyco T1200 Fire Alarm Panel at Nav Station PH
  • Worldphone Mini M INMARSAT
  • KVH #G6, satellite TV Antenna
  • DSC Maxsys Alarm system w/ (4) beam sensors at hatches

Helm Station

  • VHF Repeater
  • Custom Crew Call Emergency
  • B&G Hydra 2000 Wind, Speed, Depth, Log Monitors (2 monitors on the binnacle, 4 monitors on bulkhead)
  • Simrad or similar Autopilot Repeater
  • ITT Jabsco Search Light in Spreaders
  • Panel Lights
  • Electric Joystick for Steering
  • Furuno Navnet (combined plotter & radar)
  • Hydraulic Controls for Sails, Vang, Out-hull, Windlass, Furlers
  • Engine Gauges
  • Repeater of Alarm Panel for HMI System
  • Hydraulic Control for PTO Main Engine, 3 Gen sets & Electric 10HP motor
  • Stereo Kill Button
  • Horn
  • Throttle

Audio and Visual Equipment

  • LG Flatscreen TV
  • Panasonic model TU PT 600E DVD
  • Sony AVD 550 DVD
  • Hard Disc Audio Receiver Sony HAR LH 500 MP3 Player
  • Amplifier Audio/Video Control Center Sony STR DE 185
  • Surround Sound Speakers BOSE throughout boat including cockpit

Electrical System

The BluePearl has been engineered to run, "silent ship" with no generators required when cruising overnight, in temperate areas without air conditioning.

  • 2 Northern Lights M944T 32 KW, 60 Hertz 3 phase
  • 1 Fisher Panda DC 8000-24
  • 120V/240V, 60HZ, 3 phase
  • 24V for service and Navigation
  • 12V for Instrumentation, VHF and Emergency
  • 1 175AMP & 1 80 AMP for charging batteries
  • 2 Mastervolt MASS 24/75 (house bank)
  • 2 Mastervolt IVO Smart 12/35-3 Start Batteries
  • 3 Mastervolt Inverter(s)
  • 24 Volt battery system with 4, 2000 ampere hours storage capacity banks
  • 1 bank for house loads and 3 for inverters charged by engine alternators or generator
  • Shore Power by Asea Power Systems, converts from all voltage and frequency ranges
  • 2 x 100amp (15m) Shore Cables

Sails and Rigging

  • Mast: All Carbon, engineered by Tartan.
  • Booms: Carbon Park Avenue; engineered by Tartan.
  • Main Sail: Hoist by Harken captive winch and batt cars on external ball bearing track with custom reefing system.
  • Foresails: 2 Harken Furlers.
  • Complete mast & deck hardware for asymmetrical spinnaker 2.2 oz Nylon sail.
  • Rod Rigging: 316 SS
  • Staysail Rigging: PBO (detachable for ease of tacking)
  • Boom, Vang: Hydraulic
  • Halyards and Sheets: Dynema
  • Deck Gear: Harken
  • Main Sail, Jib, Stay Sail, Mizzen: D/P V36 and 28 Vectran Cruising Laminate
  • Spinnaker to be 2.2 oz. nylon
  • Main Mast Winches: Harken captive
  • Main Sheet: Harken captive
  • Mizzen Mast Winches: Harken captive
  • Mizzen Sheet: Harken captive
  • Jib: Harken Drum Winches
  • StaySail: Harken captive
  • Aft Utility Winches: Harken 2 B980.STC-H2
  • Spin. Halyard: Harken 3 B980.STC-H2

Tenders

18 Nautica including depth sounder and navigation lights. Mercury 150 HP 4 stroke outboard.

Mechanical Equipment

There are three entrances to the engine room via the galley door, the main salon floor, and the galley floor. The engine room has a stand-up area of 7 feet and workbench. 

The control panel includes a Bjorge Moland screen, the generator monitoring systems, the battery chargers, technical documentation for the vessel, the fresh air make up unit, transformer, and the main electrical panel.

  • Volvo D9 turbo 500hp / 313KW Max RPM: 2600
  • Servogear Gearbox
  • 36 inch Servogear Variable Pitch Propeller
  • Retractable TBD ( approx 80 hp) Bow Thruster
  • Sea Recovery AM900-2 Watermaker
  • HeadHunter UV-12 UV Sterilizer
  • 2 x 60 gallon (227 ltr) capacity Water Heaters
  • Circulating pump from main hot water tanks, Instant Hot in each head
  • Chilled Water Marine Air (Aqua Air - optional) 3 Stage 144kbtu Air Conditioning, Individual room control units
  • AQFAH-04 Fresh Air Makeup Unit
  • Atlas Copco Air-compressor
  • HMI Systems Engineering Management System

Toilet System

  • Fresh Water Toilets: Headhunter Royal Flush
  • Sewage Treatment System: HeadHunter TW-HMX-502
  • Black/Grey Water Tanks: 2 Black @ 200 gal each (910 L); 2 Gray @ 200 gal each (910L); 2 Waste @ 134 gal each (609.7)

Safety and Fire Protection

Engine room has an automatic fire suppression system using NOVAK gas extinguishing agent and is arranged with automatic fuel, air, and engine shutdowns as required by the regulations.

  • Fire system complies with SOLAS, II-2, and MCA.
  • Fire Extinguishers
  • Fireman's Outfit MCA
  • Piping In accordance with DNV/MCA rules

Additional Specs, Equipment and Information

Builder / Designer

  • Builder: BluePearl
  • Designer: Robert Perry

Dimensions

  • LOA: 114 ft

Disclaimer

The Company offers the details of this vessel in good faith but cannot guarantee or warrant the accuracy of this information nor warrant the condition of the vessel. A buyer should instruct his agents, or his surveyors, to investigate such details as the buyer desires validated. This vessel is offered subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal without notice.