Sensei Luxury Motor Yacht Maintenance History

Sensei

Sensei

Length: 39.00m  (127'11"ft) / Guests: 10 / Built: 1991

MAINTENANCE HISTORY


Originally conceived and engineered to meet the high standards of the Japanese NKK Classification society, SENSEI (teacher in Japanese) was built for the CEO of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries. In 1995 the vessel was acquired by an American and underwent a substantial refit and extension at world class fibreglass builder Admiral in the U.S Pacific under the direction of the awarded winning designer Glade Johnson.

With current owner a € 2.6Mil. major refit in two stages 2006 and 2007 was performed by the world well known Benetti Shipyard in Italy. With a complete refit in the engine room including a 0 hours engines rebuilt and reconstruction of many other areas and also an update of the navigation equipment and communication necessary to accomplish the MCA classification.

Main features of this refit are: Full MCA Class; New teak decks all over Sun deck lengthened of 4.40 mt and upper saloon stretched accordingly; All fabrics, carpeting, flooring materials (wenge wood), heads accessories, will be new; New main saloon, dining area and upper saloon furniture’s and decors; New plasma screens in upper saloon and all cabins. New BOSE sound system though out.

Disclaimer: These particulars are a general guide to give a broad description of the yacht. They are not intended to constitute part of an offer or contract. All photographs, measurements, plans and specifications referred to are given as a guide only and should not be relied upon for the purchase or charter of this yacht. The copyright of all details, photographs and deckplans remains the property their respectful owners.