Flag of Registry: United States
LOA: 98' 10'' (30.12 Meters)
Type: Power- New
Beam: 22' 4''
Draft Max: 7' 6''
On Deck Master: Yes
Crew Cabins: 3
Crew Sleeps: 5
Maximum Speed: 27
Cruise Speed: 24
Fuel Type: Diesel
Super Structure Material: GRP
Hull Material: Fiberglass
Air Conditioning: Yes
Stabilizers: Standard and Zero Speed
Stabilizers Brand: Sidepower
Bow Thruster: Yes
Stern Thruster: Yes
Fuel Tank: 2378 Gallons (9001.7 Liters)
Fresh Water: 349 Gallons (1321.11 Liters)
Gross Tonnage: 170
Interior Designer: IdeaeITALIA
Builder: Ferretti Yachts
1. 2022 model – manufacturer warranties in effect until December 2022
2. Maximum stabilization – Seakeeper gyros plus Sidepower fin stabilizers for zero speed and underway.
3. 5 stateroom layout with on-deck master plus berths for 5 crew
4. Amazing exterior deck space
5. Brand new vessel with modern interior and exterior styling
6. Modern MTU engines with extremely low hours
7. 27+ knots top end speed with a 24 knot cruise speed
8. Stern garage for tender and a waverunner
9. Passarelle for med mooring
10. US Duty Paid
NOTE: Current photography is that of sistership.
Gladius’ interior is comprised of a large open salon and dining area, with the galley, day head and master stateroom on the main deck, separated by a raised pilothouse. There are also four guest staterooms on the lower level. All the guest accommodations have an en-suite head with shower, and there are also three crew cabins with two heads and stall showers in the bow area.
The salon is accessed from the aft deck via the powered sliding doors and consists of a large sitting area with an “L” shaped sofa to port and a coffee table in front, the TV mounted to starboard, and the entertainment equipment installed in a locker in the starboard companionway. At the forward end of the salon is the formal dining area which comes with a beautiful stone table and designer dining chairs. The galley is forward to port. There is a doorway forward to starboard that leads to the starboard companionway and the day head. There are two stairways inboard for access to the pilothouse and lower guest accommodation, with another doorway forward to access the “on-deck” master stateroom. This entire area is surrounded with large windows and flooded with natural light to complement the light, modern interior.
The galley is forward to port of the dining area. All equipment in “as new” condition. There is ample counterspace on the stone countertops and good storage in built in lockers and drawers. A powered custom partition and door allows the galley to be separated from salon/dining area when required. Forward of the galley and inboard is a large pantry area, with access to the crew area and the laundry center outboard.
The master stateroom on the main deck is accessed via the starboard side companionway just forward of the dining room. Upon entry there is a small seating area to starboard with a walk-in closet inboard to port. The King bed is aft on the centerline with built-in cabinetry to port & starboard, with a small vanity desk on the port side. There is wood flooring throughout the stateroom. There are dual entrances to the head; forward to port and starboard. This head is full beam with private toilet stall to port and a shower to starboard with his & hers sinks in between.
PORT FORWARD STATEROOM
The port forward stateroom is accessed from the lower guest companionway and comes with two single berths that are convertible to a single large bed (King). The stateroom has carpeted floors, good storage in built in lockers, and beautiful en-suite bathroom, including head, shower and sink.
STARBOARD FORWARD STATEROOM
The starboard forward stateroom is accessed from the lower guest companionway and comes with two single berths that are convertible to a single large bed (King). The stateroom has carpeted floors, good storage in built in lockers, and beautiful en-suite bathroom, including head, shower and sink.
PORT AFT STATEROOM
The port aft stateroom is accessed from the guest companionway and comes with a King bed, carpeted floors, good storage in built in lockers and the head and stall shower is accessed aft.
STARBOARD AFT STATEROOM
The starboard aft stateroom is accessed from the guest companionway and comes with a King bed, carpeted floors, good storage in built in lockers and the head and stall shower is accessed aft.
This area is located all the way forward and accessed down the stairwell, forward to port of the galley. There is a crew lounge area aft to port at the base of the steps, with the captain’s cabin outboard to starboard, which comes with a single berth, athwartship and a private head and shower stall. Forward in the companionway are two double cabins, each with single upper and lower bunks and good storage lockers, and just aft of the port cabin is a shared head and shower stall.
The raised pilothouse is accessed from the sliding door at the flybridge, or from the port and starboard stairways on the main deck. The helm is forward on centerline with all engine controls, gauges and electronics easy to reach from the single, powered helm seat. Aft to port, there is a raised dinette with table in front, and there is good storage in lockers.
The machinery space is accessed via a watertight centerline deck hatch on the aft deck or via the hatch at the starboard side of the side deck. The machinery space houses the main engines, transmissions, generators, shore power transformer units, two gyroscopic stabilizer units, hydraulic pump unit for stabilizer fins and thrusters, majority of air conditioning plant, steering gear, batteries and chargers and majority of seacocks.
The flybridge is accessed via port or starboard stairs from the aft deck, or through the sliding door aft in the pilothouse. There is a large open deck aft with loose lounge chair seating. Forward to starboard is where you find the wet bar housing two refrigerators, ice maker, sink with faucet and flat screen television on a powered lift. There is a large seating area to port with a teak dining table and seating for ten. The helm is forward to starboard with two helm seats. All critical engine controls and electronics are duplicated at this station.
Opposite to port there are two additional pilot chairs. There are walk around decks to port and starboard that lead to the bow area which makes it very easy to access the bow club and lower decks.
The fiberglass hardtop has a powered sunroof with louvers, and there are two satellite domes, two ship’s horns, light mast, open radar array, along with GPS and VHF antennas.
Boarding motoryacht GLADIUS is via port or starboard side boarding doors at the aft deck, or from the swim platform with passarelle. The swim platform is hydraulic and covered with teak planks. There is a large aft facing built-in lounge seating area on top of the powered tender garage door at the transom. The garage can store a tender and jet ski or two jet skis with room for storage. There are port and starboard transom steps leading up to the aft deck. A large articulating teak dining table is surrounded by bench style seating with fantastic visibility. There are stairs outboard to port and starboard leading up to the flybridge with a docking station below the port side stairs. To starboard is where you find access to the engine room with an additional large centerline deck hatch for access to the engine room as well. Port and starboard side decks go forward to midships with sliding doors on both sides for interior access to the dining area. There is also separate crew access to port. Direct access from the aft deck to the salon is through the large, powered sliding glass doors.
Side decks run outboard along the port and starboard sides of the flybridge with a starboard side door to the flybridge helm station. Forward of the pilothouse windshields on the bow, there is a large, recessed sun pad area with steps on the centerline leading down to a built-in seating area with powered high/low dinette tables. The anchor windlasses are installed on the foredeck with hatches adjacent to access the chain lockers and storage.
GRP fiberglass hull and superstructure with teak decks.
Length Overall: 98’10” (30.13m)
Beam: 22’4” (6.81m)
Draft: 7’6” (2.29m)
Fuel Capacity: 2,378 g (9,000 l)
Water Capacity: 349 g (1,320 l)
Grey Water: 87 g (329 l)
Black Water: 174 g (658 l)
Waste Water: 261 g (988 l)
Speed Consumption p/h Range RPM
Max. 24 210 g 226 2150-2250
Cruise 20 178 g 268 1850-1950
Econ. 15 130 g 366 1550-1650
Main Engines: 2 x MTU 16V 2000 M96L, 2600 hp each
Engine Hours: Port: 67 Stbd: 67 (May 2022)
Gearboxes: ZF 3070 V 2.520 : 1
GENERATORS AND ELECTRICITY
Output: 120/240 Volts
Generators: 2 x Kohler 32kW
Hours: Port: 210 Stbd: 190 (May 2022)
Gen. Fuel Consumption: 5 g/h
Shore Power: 480 V 3-Phase 60Hz / 2 x 208V 3-Phase 60 Hz
Main Engines Batteries: 4 x Faam, 12 V
Generator Starting Batteries: Faam, 12 V
General Service Batteries: 12 x Faam, 2 V
Battery Chargers: 2 x Mastervolt 24 V / 75 Amp
Type: Dometic (210,000 BTU)
Watermaker: Searecovery Aquamatic 1400, 1400 GPD
Stabilizers: 2 x Side-Power SPS 92B fin stabilizers, 2 x Seakeeper Gyroscopic (SK9000)
Bow Thruster: Side-Power, hydraulic
Stern Thruster: Side-Power, hydraulic
Steering System: BCS, hydraulic with dual RAM
Trim tabs: Hydrotab, elecro-pneumatic
Filtration: 2 x Racor
Fresh Water System: Gianneschi
Satellite TV System: KVH TracVision with Direct TV receivers
Cellular Phone System: Pepwave
VHF Fixed: 2 x Simrad
Autopilot: SIMRAD NAC3 W/OP12 CONTROL + INTEGRATED THROUGH GPS’S
GPS: TWO x SIMRAD NSO16 EVO3S MFD
Chart Plotter: in above GPS’S
Radar: SIMRAD HALO, 72 mile
Fish Finder and Seawater temp: in above GPS’s
Depth Finder and Speed Log: in above GPS’S + SIMRAD IS42
VHF radio: SIMRAD NRS-1 W/HS100 handset
Chain Counter: Quick, CHC1203
Compass: 4” Urania
Autopilot: SIMRAD NAC3 W/OP12 control + integrated through GPS’S
GPS: 4 x SIMRAD NSO24 EVO3S MFD
Chart Plotter: in above GPS’S
Radar: SIMRAD HALO, 72 mile
Fish Finder and Seawater temp: in above GPS’S
Depth Finder and Speed Log: in above GPS’S + SIMRAD IS42
VHF radio: SIMRAD NRS-1 W/HS100 handset
Chain Counter: QUICK, CHC1203
Additional Electronics and Communications
AIS system: SIMRAD NAIS500
Additional GPS: SIMRAD NSS16 EVO3S in crew mess
Internet: Network PEPWAVE cellular modem
Router/WIFI NETGEAR Network switch
Vessel Monitoring System: NAVIOP Monitoring System in GPS’S
Engine monitors/gauges integrated through the NAVIOP System
TV’s: Samsung 75” LCD/LED thin TV with Sony Blu-Ray and Apple TV in salon
Samsung TV & Apple TV in master stateroom
Samsung TVs with Apple TV units in all guest staterooms
Samsung TV on powered lift with Apple TV at flybridge
LG TV’s w/Apple TV in crew lounge and cabins
Audio: Fusion BT/SAT/Tuner at aft deck, flybridge, bow & galley
Fusion BT/SAT/Tuner in all guest accommodations
Fusion BT/Tuner/Aux stereos in crew lounge and cabins
Remote Controls: RTI App in iPad in salon
Stovetop: Miele, four-burner, electric induction
Convention Oven: In Main Oven
Fridge/Freezer: Samsung stainless steel, side-by-side
Ice Maker: in freezer with door dispenser
Refrigeration: ISOTHERM refrigerated drawer
Wine Cooler: Summit, wine chiller
Trash Compactor: KRÜSHR*
Other Miele, built-in coffee/espresso bar
Ice Maker: ISOTHERM at flybridge
Additional refrigeration: 2 x ISOTHERM refrigeration/freezer units at flybridge
Grill: electric, at flybridge
Washer/Dryer: Miele set, forward of galley
14' Williams tender 2022
Yamaha VX cruiser waverunner
Anchor Windlass System: 2 x Lofrans, vertical, electric w/ local and remote controls
Anchors: 2 x traditional 105kg, polished stainless steel
Anchor Chain & Rode: 250’ of galvanized chain at each anchor
Moorling lines: 6 x
Fenders: 8 x
Deck Winches: 2 x Lofrans, electric, to port and stbd on aft deck
Dinghy Winch: 2 x Quick, 24 V electric winches in garage
Accommodation Ladders: Quickstep, stainless steel and fiberglass
Passarelle: Amare, stainless steel and teak, hydraulic
Powered garage door: MCAER Aviation Group, hydraulic
Swim platform: MCAER Aviation group, hydraulic, fiberglass w/teak
Swim Ladders: Yes, telescoping stainless steel on swim platform
Underwater Lights: 2 x transom, 7 x each side (14 total)
Fresh Water Washdown: Yes
Deck shower: Starboard transom
CCTV System: Alhua CCTV system w/6 cameras networked in GPS
Night vision camera: FLIR infrared night vision camera w/pan and zoom
Ship Safe(s): Yes, in master stateroom
FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT
Fire/Heat/Smoke Detectors: Inim electronics, fire detection panel with smoke detectors in each accommodation and machinery space
Fixed Fire Suppression: MarineFire SRL in engine room
Fire Extinguishers: 10 x
Seawater Firefighting Station: Yes, starboard aft locker
Fire Alarms: At both helm stations
Fire Pump: Gianneschi, 24 v w/hydrants fore and aft
Fire suppression ventilation: 2 x Gianneschi, 24 V, blowers/extractors
Life Rafts: 2 x Eurovinil, 6-person
Life Jackets: 15 x, adult
Medical Kit: Yes
Visual distress signals: Yes
Navigation and Anchor Lights: 72 Colregs
Searchlights: ACR with pan/tilt
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