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Available for SaleBROADWATER *Name Reserved*182' 1994 Feadship 

26 North Yachts is pleased to assist you in the purchase of this vessel. This boat is centrally listed by Worth Avenue Yachts. It is offered as a convenience by this broker/dealer to its clients and is not intended to convey direct representation of a particular vessel


LOA: 182' (56 m)
Beam: 30' (10 m)
Hull Material: Steel
Fuel Capacity: 20,790 gal (78,700 L)
Fresh Water Capacity: 6,868 gal (26,001 L)
Holding Tank: 1,363 gal (5,161 L)
Flag: Jamaica
Location: Monaco
Build Year: 1994
Refit: 2020
Builder: Feadship
Type: Motor Yachts
Cruising Speed: 12 Knots
Max Speed: 15 Knots



Broadwater is a pedigree Feadship with an excellent lineage. Originally built as Rasselas, she became Broadwater in 2019, she was shipped to Royal Huisman to undergo a major two-year refit including a transformative 4-meter stern extension to contain complete beach club facilities, effortless access to the water, and easy tender operations. The refit team was of the highest caliber possible starting with the owner who had completed 2 other major refits on Feadships, hands-on designs by Adam Voorhees, and a full oversight management team headed by Peter Wilson of MCM. The collaboration of Royal Huisman and the refit oversight team brought forth the highest quality of refit and upgrades to what was already a vessel with the highest pedigree. Broadwater is a six-stateroom vessel with enhanced public areas.

Broadwater being offered to the market makes for an excellent opportunity to purchase a vessel that is truly a find. Broadwater is found in excellent condition with many upgrades after completing her two-year refit at Royal Huisman.

The designer’s statement and upgrade list are found within the listing.

Winner of the 2021 Superyacht Award for “Best Refit”

Designer's Statement

The starting point for Broadwater was simply to respect the pedigree of a classic Feadship while introducing modern technology and a more nuanced approach to comfortable, refined living onboard. Collaborating with the Owner through five previous projects afforded me an instinctive clarity and intimate understanding for the desired life onboard: aesthetic restraint in form and space, harmony and wellbeing through materials and lighting, all surrounded by an underlying timeless identity.

The extensive refit of Broadwater ranges from vast exterior modifications and technical upgrades to bring her in line with classification to rebuilding the interior into a sanctuary of comfort and hospitality. Traditional nautical form and beauty is reinforced by the Flag Blue hull, accentuating the sheer line, and elongating the profile. Yet not just a visual trick, as Broadwater has grown physically through a transformative 4-meter stern extension to contain complete beach club facilities, effortless access to the water, and easy tender operations.

Stepping onboard, the heritage of the original architecture is respected; now desaturated and toned down to serve as a hushed, graceful backdrop against bespoke furnishings and notable artworks. Indeed, the collection of artwork serves as a primary motivator for the design narrative. The Calder in the main salon inspires everything from the dining table architecture to the wine display cabinet while the bespoke hardware onboard reference Jean Arp’s relief sculptures. Whether a secretly secluded Dali or carefully curated antiquities from around the world, all the art suggests an ever-flowing language, speaking together to animate the spaces.

Broadwater does not succumb to any style but is rather a dialogue between the casually elegant with the cleverly unexpected. Influences range in everything from classical French and Italian Art Deco to Indochine and mid-century Scandinavian. Inherently, I couldn’t help but inject some Californian modernism as well. Above all, every experience onboard is informed through pure expressions of natural materials. From brushed rift European oak, open grain black walnut, and fumed Eucalyptus to richly patinated bronze and highly textural stones of Serpeggiante and Portoro. Deliciously tactile cashmere, silks, wools, leathers, and linens in closely curated palettes all impart an ethos of quiet serenity and discerning finish. An obsession for craft and the Unique is apparent; a result of many rewarding collaborations with the finest artisans, artists, and renowned manufacturers to execute lovely bespoke furnishings and details.

In highlighting just a few of the areas onboard, the continuity of this materiality is clear in the owner suite while the hierarchy is made apparent through the exclusive palette of deep, sultry colors, woven ceiling panels, and exquisite artwork over the bed. The owner suite boasts an all-new layout with double ensuites, connected by a glass shower to maintain maximum sight lines and natural lighting in both areas. Abundant closet space with many special integrations for storage abound.

The sundeck features a new mast and carbon fiber hard top architecture as well as a completely revised layout with a large spa pool, bar area, and day head. This program creates many discrete opportunities from enjoying an intimate meal to hosting a massive party, reflecting a current sensibility for how yachts are enjoyed by all guests with special consideration for heavy charter use and necessary circulation patterns for crew functionalities. These notions are further explored in even smaller details. In the Skylounge for example, an entire Derakshani painting slides open to reveal hidden storage and is intentionally designed to be used when guests are present; a type of theatric event with the crew to promote an informal and personal interaction.

These tensions between the elevated and the understated, in both physical and experiential form, develop a depth of patina and a sense of place in the world. Broadwater is a synthesis of connections between past, present, and future; where even the subtle detail of inscribed bronze floor inserts with coordinates of the Owner’s favorite spots across the globe is one more thread in a tapestry that speaks to the journeys thus far and yet to be taken.

Mechanical Equipment

Main Engines

•tEngines: Twin Caterpillar 3512B DITA 1,280 Hp /954 Kw Each

•tEngine hours: Port 9,437; Starboard 9,417 (May 2022)

•tSMOH: Port 288 hours; Starboard 287 hours (Sept 2022)


•tGenerators: 2 x Caterpillar 3306 / 125 Kw @ 1,500 Rpm Each

•tGenerator Hours: Port 14,854; Starboard 14,439 (May 2022)

•tSMOH: Port 7,247; Starboard 1,301 (Sept 2022)

Additional Equipment

•tGearbox: 2 x Reintjes WAF 641

•tPropeller: FPP

•tSteering System: Tenfjord

•tRudder Angle: Tenfjord

•tStabilizers: Quantum, Zero Speed

•tBow Thrusters: Holland Roer propeller

•tShore Power: Mangus Shorepower converter 50/60 Hz

•tFuel Separator: Alfa Laval Mab 104b

•tOil/Water Separator Dvz

•tSewage Treatment: Hamann Hl Cont

•tWC's: Evac

•tAir Conditioning: Heinen & Hopman

•tVentilation: Ebm

•tFuel Filters: Racor

Navigation Equipment

•tBridge equipment completely renewed

•tRhodium Bridge System

•tECDIS4500 Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS)

•tRADAR4700 fully IMO compliant X- or S-band radar systems

•tNavPilot4500 MED compliant Integrated Autopilot and Conning

•tRemote Diagnostics 4500

•tBridge Alert Management System (BAM)

•tNobeltec TimeZero Trident software

•tGyro Compass: Anschütz Kiel

•tSaab R4 DGNSS Navigation Sensor

•tR5 SUPREME AIS transponder

•tEcho Sounder: Furuno

•tElectromagnetic speed log NAVIKNOT 350 E Model NF

•tVaisala weather system

Communication Equipment

•tAll communication equipment renewed

•tVHF transceiver unit with build-in DSC Class A

•tMF/HF SSB Radio transceiver with integrated DSC Watch Receiver and Telex Over radio (TOR)

•tPABX System (Telephone Exchange) Pansonic Ns700

•tMini-C GMDSS System with SSAS

•tSAILOR Fleet broadband

•tVHF: 3 x Standard Gx5500s Quantum Fixed Mounted; 1 x Furuno

•tVHF Handheld Radio: 5 x GMDSS Handheld Icom

•tIntercom System: Panasonic

Deck Equipment

•tAnchor Windlass: Steen (overhauled 2020)

•tAft Warping Capstans: Steen

•tBoat Crane and Davits: Van Driel beam cranes (rebuilt 2020)

•tPasserelle: FEEBE

•tSwimming Platform: FEEBE

•tJacuzzi/Pool: 4 Seasons

Galley and Laundry Equipment

Complete Galley Upgrade (2020), full details available.

•tMKN deep fryer

•tMKN Electric griddle

•tMKN Electric induction range

•tMKN Cobisteamer

•tGaggenau hot air oven

•tKuppersbush Commercial oven

•tRefrigerator: Foster 2 x Isotherm; Zanussi

•tFreezer: Miele

•tCoffee Maker: 1 x Nespresso Machine in Bridge Deck Pantry

•tMicrowave: Miele

•tIcemaker: 2 x Hoshinaki

•tDishwasher: 1 x Hobart

•tRobot Coupe Blender

•t3 x Vacuum Cleaners

•tElectrolux Hand Vacuum Cleaner


•tDualit Toaster

•tStilfi Platewarmer

•tZanussi Grill

•tPalux Deep Fryer

•tPalux Grill


•tNew laundry equipment (2020)

•tWashing Machine: 3 x Miele PW 6065

•tDryer: 3 x Miele PT 7135

•tSteam Iron (New In 2012)

•tRoller Iron (New In 2012)

Audio/Visual Equipment

All entertainment and audio/visual equipment was upgraded during the 2020 refit. Control of all AV sources is via a Crestron App run on an Apple iPad mini. To request a full list of equipment updates please inquire.


•t55”4K LED TV fixed on a rise/fall lift

•t5.1 Surround sound system

•tSatellite TV

•t4K Apple TV


Owner’s Stateroom

•t55”4K LED TV fixed on a wall bracket fitted onto the wall

•t5.1 Surround sound system

•tSatellite TV

•t4K Apple TV


Guest Staterooms

•t32” LED TV

•tSatellite TV

•tApple TV with Airplay


•t1 x 55”4K LED TV

•tSatellite TV

•t4K Apple TV



•t1 x 65”4K LED TV

•tSatellite TV

•t4K Apple TV


Captain’s Cabin

•t32” HD TV fixed on a fixed wall bracket

•tSatellite TV

•t4K Apple TV


Crew Mess

•t43” UHD LED TV

•tSatellite TV

•tApple TV with Airplay

Aft Deck

•t1 x 55”4K LED TV fixed on a wall bracket

•tSatellite TV

•t4K Apple TV



•t1 x 55”4K LED TV fixed on a wall bracket

•t2 pairs of marine speakers and 1 marine performance subwoofers

•tSatellite TV

•t4K Apple TV

Safety and Security Equipment



•tLIFE RAFTS: 2 x Viking 12-person life rafts

•t2 x Oceanmaster 16-person life rafts


•tMedlink First Aid Equip. Inc. O2 & stretchers


•tInham CO2 Fire System in the Engine Room and Galley (new 2020)

•t2 x Bristol Fire Suits plus spare tanks

•t50 x Assorted certified portable fire extinguishers

•tTyco Complete Fire System

•tUltra-Fog fire suppression system throughout


•tCameras: Flir

•tShips Safes: 7 x Safes in Total 1 x Master; 1 x Captain, 4 x Guest Cabins, 1 x Gun Safe

•tCrew Door Security: Panasonic System / Electronic Keypad Lock

•tAXIS P3375-LVE Network Camera

•tMAST Camera- AXIS Q6055-S PTZ Network Camera

2020 Refit

•tFour-meter stern hull extension

•tHull faired and painted

•tEntire structure painted

•tNew teak fixed swim platform with stainless steel removable railings

•tCenter lazarette fitted out as a Beach Club and day head

•tAn extensive interior upgrade, including all new flooring and custom-designed interior

•tUpgrade the exterior main and bridge deck

•tNew sundeck layout featuring a Jacuzzi, bar, day head, and sunbeds

•tCarbon hardtop and new aluminum mast

•tGlass windbreakers installed on the aft bridge deck seating area glass is retractable

•tSewage plant serviced

•tNew high fog fire protection system

•tAll new bridge equipment ECDIS-LR paperless bridge with large planning touchscreen station

•tAll entertainment and audio/visual equipment was upgraded VSats replaced and all new rack room to new house equipment in a climate-controlled environment

•tBoth engines top end overhaul serviced

•tNew waterfall shower on swim platform

•tNew Magnus Marine shore converter

•tNew emergency generator

•tNew start batteries and charger for the emergency generator

•tNew bilge pump new bilge and fire pumping system and manifolds

•tAll ceilings replaced

•tCO2 replacement

•tNew central monitoring and control system

•tAll lighting changed to LED

•tAll new cables, some cables were left in place, but all were inspected over 18 kilometers of new cable were run

•tNew tank sensors

•tOwner’s head re-arranged and restyled

•tOwner’s head fitted with electrical floor heating

•tAll new guest stateroom beds and furniture

•tUpgraded Stew pantry

•tAll new range with grills, hot plates, 2 x steam ovens installed in the Galley

•tNew garbage disposal

•tNew washing machines and dryers

•tCabinet between the dining area and main salon reconfigured

•tNew underwater lights around the entire yacht

•tAll new thru hull valves

•tRemanufactured windlasses on bow and capstans on the stern

•tNew passerelle

•tCustom carbon boarding stairs

•tCustom retractable swim stairs on stern

•tAll new teak on the exterior decks and cap rails

•tTwo carbon davits on the bow for wave runners

•tHVAC completely serviced and upgraded

•tComplete paint job on the interior and exterior of the yacht

•tNew rescue tender

•tRebuild overhead cranes-Van Driel

•tGym on the bridge deck that doubles as an exterior massage area

•tNew rudders, all new rudder posts, and steering pumps

Broker Comments

Broadwater is a turnkey vessel, ready to cruise any ocean at a moment’s notice. Her recent refit and upgrades will offer uninterrupted cruising for years to come. Her pedigree and layout are perfect for private or charter use. At present Broadwater celebrates an excellent charter record with a net revenue exceeding the annual operational cost. Broadwater is presently cruising in the Mediterranean and if not sold by season’s end will be attending the 2022 Monaco Yacht Show.


BROADWATER name reserved

Art, owner's and crew personal effects.


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.

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