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Kaiser-29 - 50 Pages

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Table of Contents 0. GENERAL ARRANGEMENT PLAN 1. GENERAL CONDITIONS 1.1. INTENT 1.1.1. CONTRACT SPECIFICATION 1.1.2. CONTRACT PLANS 1.1.3. CONTRACT 1.2. PRINCIPAL CHARACTERISTICS 1.2.1. DIMENSIONS 1.2.2. TYPE OF YACHT 1.2.3. CONSTRUCTION 1.2.4. PROPULSION & SPEED 1.2.5. DISPLACEMENT AND LIGHTWEIGHT 1.2.6. TANK CAPACITIES 1.2.7. INTERIOR LAYOUT 1.3. DESIGN & STYLING 1.3.1. DESCRIPTION 1.3.2. MATERIALS AND APPROVALS 1.3.3. COPYRIGHT 1.4. STANDARDS 1.4.1. LANGUAGES 1.5. THE BUILDER 1.5.1. SCHEDULE 1.5.2. BUILD PROVISIONS 1.6. TESTING, COMMISSIONING AND SEA TRIALS 1.6.1. SEA TRIAL (SAT) & HARBOUR...

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4. PLUMBING 4.1. FUEL OIL SYSTEM 4.1.1. FUEL TANKS 4.1.2. QUICK CLOSING VALVES 4.1.3. FUEL FILL SYSTEM 4.1.4. WATER-FUEL SEPARATOR 4.1.5. TANK VENTS 4.1.6. TANK LEVEL MEASURING 4.1.7. MATERIALS 4.1.8. FUEL TRANSFER PUMPS 4.2. DECK DRAIN (SCUPPER) 4.3. FRESH AIR SYSTEM 4.4. SEA WATER 4.4.1. MAIN SEAWATER COOLING SYSTEM 4.4.2. GENERAL UTILITIES SEAWATER 4.4.3. WATER STRAINERS 4.5. AIR CONDITIONING 4.5.1. AC COMPRESSORS 4.5.2. FAN COILS 4.5.3. AIR-CONDITIONING DUCTS, INLETS & OUTLETS 4.6. BILGE - FIRE AND DECK WASH SYSTEMS 4.6.1. CENTRALIZED BILGE SYSTEM 4.6.2. CHAIN WASH 4.6.3. ENGINE ROOM FIRE...

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4.10.2. PLUMBING SYSTEM 5. MACHINERY 5.1. STEERING SYSTEM 5.1.1. RUDDER CONSTRUCTION 5.1.2. STEERING GEAR 5.2. BOW THRUSTER 5.3. Zero Speed Stabilizer 5.4. PROPULSION SYSTEM 5.4.1. PROPULSION ENGINES 5.4.2. MARINE GEARS 5.4.3. ENGINE MOUNTING 5.4.4. PROPELLER SHAFT INSTALLATION 5.4.5. EXHAUST SYSTEM 5.5. VENTILATION SYSTEM 5.5.1. VENTILATION - GENERAL 5.5.2. FAN BOX 5.5.3. VENTILATION ENGINE ROOM 5.5.4. DUCTS, INLETS & OUTLETS 5.6. NOISE AND VIBRATION CONTROL AND INSULATION 5.6.1. GENERAL 5.6.2. ENGINE ROOM INSULATION 6. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS 6.1. GENERAL 6.2. GENERATORS 6.2.1. GENERATOR 6.2.2. AUXILIARY...

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7.2.1. BOAT NAME 7.2.2. STAIRS AND LADDERS 7.2.3. BOLLARDS, CLEATS AND FAIRLEADS (CHOCKS) 7.2.4. SWIMMING LADDER 7.2.5. STANCHIONS AND RAILING 7.2.6. HATCHES 7.2.7. OUTSIDE DOORS 7.2.8. GARAGE DOOR 7.2.9. ANCHORS 7.2.10. ANCHOR CHAIN 7.2.11. CHAIN STOPPERS, ROLLERS 7.2.12. TENDER CRANE 7.2.13. BARBECUE ON FLYBRIDGE 7.2.14. WINDLASSES AND CAPSTANS 7.2.15. HULL WINDOWS 7.2.16. GANGWAY 7.2.17. WINDSCREEN AND WINDOWS 7.2.18. BOAT HOOKS 7.2.19. FLAG POLES 7.2.20. CHOCKS FOR TENDERS 7.2.21. DACRON COVERS AND ROLL-UPS 7.2.22. SILL AND CHAFING PLATES 7.2.23. FENDERS AND ROPES 7.3. TENDERS 7.4. SAFETY...

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8.4. COVERS 8.4.1. EXTERIOR SEATING COVERS 8.4.2. FLYBRIDGE IP COVER 8.4.3. INTERIOR BRIDGE IP COVER 8.4.4. INTERIOR CARPET COVERS 8.4.5. INTERIOR SEATING COVERS 8.4.6. SET OF FENDER COVERS 8.5. EQUIPMENT & HARDWARE 8.5.1. ACCESSORIES & APPLIANCES 8.5.2. SANITARY 8.5.3. HARDWARE 8.6. MATERIALS & DECORATION 8.6.1. FLOOR COVERINGS 8.6.2. WALL & CEILING PANELS 8.6.3. CURTAIN AND BLINDS 8.6.4. COUNTER TOPS & WET SURFACES 8.6.5. INTERIOR DOORS 8.6.5.1. CABIN DOORS 8.6.5.2. SHOWER DOORS 8.6.6. LOOSE FURNITURE 8.6.7. MATTRESSES, PILLOWS, LINEN, TOWELS 8.6.8. BIMINI FLYBRIDGE 8.6.9. AFT DECK DINING SHADE...

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0. GENERAL ARRANGEMENT PLAN

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1. GENERAL CONDITIONS 1.1. INTENT 1.1.1. CONTRACT SPECIFICATION The purpose and intent of these Contract Specifications are to set forth the requirements for the design, construction, testing and delivery of one 29 m. V planing motor yacht to suit the Client’s requirements for a pleasure yacht. These specifications are not intended to describe every detail of construction, materials methods, or design, but to set out the Client’s minimum requirements for performance, appearance, materials and arrangement. KAISERWERFT Yachts has the right to apply minor changes to all of these specifications in...

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1.2.2. TYPE OF YACHT V planing motor yacht. 1.2.3. CONSTRUCTION • Built using hand laid technique with PVC foam, unidirectional and multiaxial E-glass with Epoxy resin • Longitudinal stringers stiffened, transverse bulkheads and frames supported hull • All final painted hull and superstructure • PVC based or honeycomb cored veneered plywood partition bulkheads • Fire insulation on all engine room bulkheads and emergency zones according to classification and MCA rules • The integral tanks are built along the hull structure. 1.2.4. PROPULSION & SPEED Propulsion engines to be: • Two (2) MTU 12V 2000...

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1.2.5. DISPLACEMENT AND LIGHTWEIGHT • The lightweight is the displacement of the yacht excluding*: • Guest and their effects • Diesel in tanks and pipes • Lubricating oil in storage tanks and pipes • Freshwater in tanks and pipes • Consumable stores • Crew and their effects • Spare parts in excess of class requirements and other contractual, regulatory bodies *Weights are approximate until detailed weight study has been undertaken, and final determination made and agreed.

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1.3.2. MATERIALS AND APPROVALS All materials and items of equipment installed in or delivered with the yacht are new and suitable for the intended purpose. All equipment will be of the latest proven design, manufactured by reliable makers. Where makes are mentioned in the specification, they are the suppliers used for production at the time of print. The Maker’s List is evaluated on a regular basis. KAISERWERFT Yachts has the privilege to substitute components where they are equal in design, performance, material and suitability aspects. 1.3.3. COPYRIGHT All drawings and specification made by...

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1.5. THE BUILDER 1.5.1. SCHEDULE KAISERWERFT Yachts shall provide a built plan as per general sales and construction agreements with target dates for completion to be determined so milestones can be anticipated. After completing the schedule it could be reviewed once every month to determine if contract requirements are being met. 1.5.2. BUILD PROVISIONS The following provisions shall be adhered to during the construction of the vessel: • The vessel and all additional structure shall be built under cover and free from the influence of weather. • The vessel’s equipment shall not be used during...

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