1964
Year
FEADSHIP
Builder
73' 10" (22.5m)
Length
3
Cabins

SERENA - 1964 73' 10" FEADSHIP Motor Yacht
Fort Lauderdale Florida United States
$4,000,000 USD


Yacht for sale is a 1964 FEADSHIP 73' 10" "SERENA" Motor Yacht Motor Yacht in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA.

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SERENA

Initially hitting the water in 1964, Serena became a symbol of nautical elegance in the exhilarating times of the 60s. Fast forward to five decades later, this maritime masterpiece, the brainchild of Carlo Riva, was totally revamped and upgraded exceeding its original pristine condition while being preserved by Feadship.

The majestic renovation embracing 43,000 hours employed cutting-edge techniques and high-end materials more commonly utilised on significantly larger Feadships. Priorities were given to elements like vibration damping, noise suppression, fuel efficiency, and thermal insulation, while transforming the engine room into a self-contained unit and modernizing the stabilization to meet 21st-century standards.

Serena has undergone a revamp that break norms for motor yachts of her class, earning her the moniker of 'the quintessential mini-megayacht.'

Serena 's exterior decks, beautifully finished in teak, encompass three distinct lounging zones providing the perfect balance of sun and shade:

The top deck boasts substantial sunbathing pads, seclusive on three sides by its wind barriers, providing options for both sun-drenched or shaded relaxation.

The forward deck includes sedentary space ahead of the cabin house and a sprawling teak front deck, ideal for steamer chairs.

The expansive deck in the rear comes with a static sofa and table on the front and copious movable teak seats at the rear. This area can also be shaded with foldable canvas sails when needed. The dock ladder is reserved for port side entry, while the starboard side provides perfect tender access via the boarding stairs.

The main deck also includes an indoor/outdoor pilothouse. The port side features a comfy settee and a flexible table or workspace. There's a splendid helm area forward, showcasing modern electronics hidden within chic cabinetry.

Descending from the pilothouse, wood-panelled guest quarters await:

The aft end of this deck houses the full beam master bedroom, adorned with a queen size berth on starboard and a plush sofa/settee on port. This room also houses a large screen TV, full size closet, and an ensuite bathroom featuring marble surfaces and an overhead rain shower.

Moving forward, there are two cabins on either side, featuring twin bunks. The starboard cabin includes an ensuite bathroom, while the port cabin's bathroom doubles as a day head.

Beyond the pilothouse is a staircase leading down to the vast dining salon with sizable wooden flooring, almost merging with the outdoor view thanks to the openable windows on three sides. There's a wrap-around seating area and large dining table on the port, a small desk/work station at the forward, and ample storage space, including a large TV on a lift, on the starboard. The overhead spotlights a beautiful white-paneled arched ceiling.

Following another level down, you'll arrive at the surprisingly effective cook’s galley. There's a four-burner stove, oven, and microwave before the work area and stainless sink on port. On the starboard, a crew dining area and pantry are positioned, and stainless steel dual refrigerators/freezers line the aft wall.

Proceeding forward will take you to the crew’s quarters. There are two bunk beds to port and a private Captain’s chamber to starboard. They share a separate bathroom and shower located in the forepeak.

Aft of the galley, lifting the staircase reveals a watertight door leading to the engine room. Before the door, there are inventive sets of mobile toolboxes. This mechanism can be relocated to reveal additional spare parts storage areas outboard on both port and starboard. Beyond the watertight door, a miniaturized version of extensive-yacht equipment is neatly installed in the engine room.

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LENGTH 73' 10"
BUILDER FEADSHIP
ASKING PRICE $4,000,000 USD
BUILT (REFIT) 1964 (2022)
BEAM 16' 9"
DRAFT N/A
MAX SPEED 11.5 Knots
CRUISING SPEED 9 Knots
CABINS 3
GROSS TONNAGE 88.00
DISPLACEMENT N/A
LOCATION Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA
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FULL SPECIFICATIONS

1964 Feadship 74', SERENA

DIMENSIONS
Length O.A.22.5m/ 73'10''
Length W.L. 19.9m/65'3''
Beam5.10m/16'9''
Daft1.66m/5'5''
Gross88
Net73.8
Year Built/BuilderFeadship- De Vries
Naval ArchitectDe Voogt
Interior /Exterior DesignerCarlo Riva
ConstructionSteel & Aluminum
Stateroom/Guests3 for 6 guests
Crew3 bunks
Cursing/Max Speed9kts./11.5kts.
TypeDisplacement
FlagUS -
MACHINERY
Main Engine2x Lugger L1276A2.1 (380hp)
Main Engine HoursPort 5089
Stbd. 5085
Gear Boxes Twin Disc- MG5114SC
Shafts2-piece Stainless Steel
Propellers4 blade Bronze
Speeds
Fuel Consumption 10Kts - 1300 RPM / 14 GPH / 40% Load (ocean)
Range900nm at 10kts 
Main GeneratorsNorthern Lights M844LW3 - 16Kw
Generator HoursPort - 2422
Stbd.- 2447
Electricity220v - 50h
Shore PowerCustom Magnus shore power converter for  US 110v single phase power
Batteries
TANK CAPACITIES
Fuel1300 gallons
Water600 gallons
Water MakerDometic Sea Exchange Model No.XZII 1200/2000Z
Grey Water100 gallons
Black Water50 gallons
Steering SystemSimrad AP44
Rudder Angle IndicatorSimrad AP44
ThrusterSide Power PPC840 550A
StabilizersNiad  254 (No at anchor capability)
Fuel FiltersRacor dual
Fuel Oil SeparatorNot applicable
Bilge PumpCentral manifold and individual DC float controled
Fire PumpCentral manifold w/ 2 stations on deck
Sewage TreatmentTecnicomar- Ecomar
WC's 3 guest and 1 crew
Air Conditioning2x Dometic 3 Ton chillers (MCGXLP36 2363)
VentilationIndividual extraction in each head and a extraction hood in the galley
ER equipped with Automatic Murray Ventilation system
Safety and Security EquipmentExterior CCTV cameras
Medical1 MedAire coastal kit
Fire Fighting

3 Fixed fire suppression system located

in the Engine room, Lazarette and Galley

Alarm and MonitoringRHODIUM AMCS 2018
Cellular System2 4G cellular data cards through a pepwave
VHF Radiotelephones2 Icom IC-M506
Crew Comms2 Standard hand held VHF and 4 Icom UHF Radios
Automatic PilotFuruno Nav Net TZ touch2
LogFuruno Nav Net TZ touch2
Echo SounderFuruno Nav Net TZ touch2
RadarFuruno Nav Net TZ touch2
Chart PlotterFuruno Nav Net TZ touch2
GPSFuruno Nav Net TZ touch2
Wind InstrumentsFuruno Nav Net TZ touch2
AISFuruno Nav Net TZ touch2
Anchor WindlassORVEA  EK3524 Horizontal axis windlass/ Double Gypsy and vertical stainless drum.
Aft Warping Capstans70m / chain port & Stbd
Boat Crane and Davits
Pasarelle
Searchlights
Audio/Visual Entertainment SystemsStarlink
Main Salon1  TV on motorised lift with Apple TV
Bridge Deck LoungeOverhead speakers
Sun DeckNo AV
Owner's Cabin1 TV with overhead speakers

Domestic Equipment
Main Galley2x Liebherr Fridge Freezer combo's
1x Viking convection Microwave oven
1x Miele  6 plate induction stove top
1x Miele  Radiant Oven
Laundry1x Miele WT 2780 washer/dryer
PantryForward Bilge storage
Ship's Safes1 in Masters cabin
Tenders(1) 15ft.  Novurania RBI

WORK HISTORY

2024

2022

  • Exterior / interior paint (2018-2022)
    Vessel had full paint job with Awlgrip 2000. Vessel has been kept under cover during last 2-yard periods and ceramic polish applied to all painted surfaces.
  • Bilges paint (2020-2022)
    All bilge areas have been treated and new coatings applied throughout.
  • New Lithium house batteries
  • The house batteries were 2 cell gel batteries. To minimize weight in the stern of the vessel and gain storage area in the lazarette these batteries were switched out for new lithium-ion batteries.

  • Bow thruster and Lithium batteries 
    A new electric bow thruster was installed to assist in docking maneuvers and powered with its own set on lithium-ion batteries and charger. A cooling fan was added to keep the bow thruster electric motor cool and maximize the run time of the motor without overheating.
  • LED lights upgrade 
    All interior lighting and exterior deck lighting has been converted to LED type to minimize power consumption and heat.
  • New underwater lights 
    Originally the vessel had a single underwater light at the side boarding ladder. 3 additional lights were added on the transom and port side for symmetry. All the light were weld in fittings with LED fixtures.
  • Toolboxes
  • There are tight storage areas forward of the engine compartment. Custom sliding toolboxes were designed and installed to utilize valuable storage areas behind the toolboxes when in place.
    • Pasarelle 
      With the change in the davits, the passerelle was upgraded to operate with a cross bar which allows for the passerelle to be raised and lowered using the davits. The entire passerelle had new hardware fabricated and installed to preserve the structural integrity of the platform. Swivel hinged wheels were installed for greater stability when in use.
    • AV / IT 
      Starlink has been added to the communication center of the yacht
    • Pumps replaced (2021-2022)
      All pumps (sea water, fresh water, black and grey water) have been serviced / overhauled or replaced if required during this yard period. New CuNi discharge tree fabricated.
    • Pilothouse air handler 
      During use of the vessel last summer, it was noted the pilot house could not be cooled down, an additional air handler was installed in the salon and ducting routed to the pilot house. This unit was sized according to the capacity of the chiller plant. The salon air handlers were also replaced.
    • Windlass serviced and new electric motor 
      Windlass has been overhauled with new bearings and electric motor.

     

    2021 

    • New generators 
      The old generators were 1 @ 16kw and 1 @ 10 kw. The owner wanted to have the ability to run on a single generator most of the time only bringing the second online as needed. We installed 2 new 16kw with the ability to load share and shed as needed for the addition on galley equipment and the redundancy of the generators.

     

    • New shore power unit 
      The small shore power unit installed in 2018 was not sufficient for the shore power loads the vessel was seeing, and it was an air-cooled unit creating excessive heat in the lazarette area. The new unit can take 100-amp shore side power and provide the vessel with all the power required. This unit is also liquid cooled. The input has been split between 2 50-amp cords to allow the vessel mooring in smaller marinas where a 100-amp service may not be available.

     

    • Main Switchboard
    • upgrade and electrical revision with the upgrade to new generators and new shore power unit, the main switch board was overhauled / converted to accept the new inputs for both sources. This also allowed for the parallel and seamless transfers of the ship to shore power.
    • Ships alarm and monitoring system  
    • The monitoring system originally installed by Feadship was upgraded with a new software upgrade, interfaced with the generators, and interfaced with the new power management system.
    • Galley transformer 110VAC
      A new cook top and microwave were added to the galley. These are 110v 60htz appliances. A transformer was added to the vessel for these 2 units and allowed for a few 110v convenience outlets through the galley area.
    • New rudders 
      During rudder removals for inspection, it was noted the steel rudder shafts were heavily pitted and the steel rudder blades had seen better days. New stainless-steel rudders were designed and fabricated. The shafts were made of Aquamet 22 and the blades were fabricated from 316 stainless.
    • ER and Lazz ventilation 
      The original ventilation system in the engine room was not adequate for the addition of more machinery and did not have a demister system to keep salt air / water from entering the machinery space. Additional holes were cut through the hull side to allow for more air flow while being hidden behind the existing decorative clam shells on the hull side.
      New more powerful fans were installed along with a demister system. These fans are automated working from engine room temperature and pressure.
    • New stainless-steel davits
      The original davits were painted steel with a rake of approximately 160 degrees. The owner felt this interrupted the flow of the vessel lines and asked to have the davits at 90 degrees. New davits were designed, load tested and installed using 316 polished stainless steel. A securing system was also developed to keep the tender rigid when in the stowed position.
    • New stainless-steel cutwater 
    • A new stainless-steel cutwater was added to the stem of the vessel to help prevent the chafing of anchor chain on the
      painted surface of the vessels stem.
    • Oil change system 
    • An oil change system with manifold and pump were installed for both engines, both generators and both gears.
      Permanent plumbing runs have been installed to the manifold and the pump.
    • MSD sewage treatment plant
    • Previously the vessel had no sewage treatment system on board. With the eco concerns of various ports / harbors and the owners concern for the environment, a sewage treatment system has been installed and plumbed to the black and grey systems of the vessel.
    • Stabilizer upgrade 
    • The stabilizer control system and software has been updated for the purpose of improving the performance of the existing stabilizer fins.
    • CCTV 
    • A new CCTV system (5 cameras) 2x ptz in the machinery space and 3 x fixed cameras on the deck was added including custom made housings to blend with vessel design and recording capability.
    • Water heater / boiler 
    • With the replacement of the generators, new stainless steel dual element hot water boiler was installed and configured to fit the allowable space in the engine room
    • Spot zero / Watermaker 
    • A new 2 membrane water maker was installed which incorporates a spot zero water purifying system.
    • Valves revised, bilge manifold rebuild (2020-2021)
    • All valves were removed and replaced with new valves. The sea water valve design was based on original as there is not swing room for the valve handles near the sea chest. Custom tools were made and secured next to the valve area. All parts were fabricated from 316 stainless-steel. Seachest was reconditioned, and ceramic coatings added to the inside. All thru hulls below water line have also had ceramic coatings applied to the interiors.
    • Steering hydraulic pump serviced, ram serviced, Emergency steering and lock
      for rudder (2022-2021)
    • Entire steering system including pump has been overhauled and parts replaced as required. A new purchase system has
      been installed to center and lock rudders in the event of steering failure.

    2018

    • New anchors and anchor chains 
    • The old, galvanized anchors and chains were replaced with stainless steel.
    • Fixed firefighting x3 (2018-2021)
    • Originally the engine room had an FM 200 system installed. This system was relocated to make way for the new chiller plant. Additional fire systems were installed (1 for the gally cook top, and 1 for the lazarette area.) These are independent systems from the engine room system.
    • Awnings x3 (2018-2022)
    • The owner requested 3 areas of the vessel have awning to prevent direct sun exposure to the guests. Awnings were designed and removable carbon poles used to support the canvas in these areas. The receivers for these poles have been designed to stay in tune with the vessel design and some removable for storage when not in use.
    • Anchor locker steel repairs
    • Through investigation of the forward chain locker, some of the bow plating was found to be failing as the interior coatings had not been maintained. These sections of shell plate were removed and replaced with new steel. All welding
      and plate were performed at a Lloyds class level.
    • Appliances (2018-2022)
    • A new microwave and electric cook top have been installed to replace the propane cook top originally installed.
    • Nav Comm (2018-2022)
    • All nav comm equipment has been upgraded to the latest technology along with AIS, Nav Tech, Furuno Nav net chart plotter and new VHF radios. All antennas have been replaced. Portable back up for navigation has been installed.
    • New chiller plant 
      A new chiller plant was installed with new chiller lines and all air handlers serviced.
    • Fashion Plates 
    • New fashion plates were designed fabricated and installed to keep in stride with the original vessel design.
    • Pilothouse console 
    • Starboard side of console was designed and built to match existing console in order to fit an additional navigation screen.
    • Pilothouse table 
    • An adjustable sliding table was designed and installed as per owners request to ease entry into and out of booth type seating.
    • Master bed mods 
      The port master bed has been converted into a sofa lounge area as per the owner's request.

     

     


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