BROADWATER

165 ft / 50.3 m Feadship - Sleeps 12 guests

From: $260,000 To: $280,000

Chartering in the Bahamas, Caribbean and the West Mediterranean

About BROADWATER

Operating in the Bahamas, Caribbean and the West Mediterranean

BROADWATER has had an all-encompassing refit that has just been completed in March 2017. The modifications included a completely new interior design refit by Adam Voorhees, who came onto the yachting scene as the Young Designer of the Year Award winner in 2010. Adam’s fresh look at BROADWATER, along with her experienced owner made for the perfect collaboration. Adam transformed BROADWATER's ambience into a calm, casual and inviting atmosphere. The composition throughout is kept minimal and allows for breathing room, constantly revealing design through details.

BROADWATER's entirely new interior now includes a six-stateroom layout. A beautiful and spacious Master cabin complete with office lives on the forward region of the main deck with a VIP Queen cabin accessible on the starboard side of the main deck as well. 4 lower king sized guest cabins are in the lower guest area. 2 of which convert to single beds and 2 of which have additional Pullman bunks. The extensive upgrades in addition to the completely new interior included all new lighting, AV, furnishings, floorings, exterior paint and much more. 

Entering BROADWATER from the formal entrance, on the starboard side, one will land at the formal foyer. Within the foyer, one will find a stunning spiral stairway that leads up to the bridge deck or down to the lower guest accommodations. The entire facade of the spiral stairs has an impressive metal finish manufactured by Neal Feay and inspired by the Japanese practice, omikuji (Japanese fortune-telling paper strips that can be found at shrines and temples), creating multiple layers of reflection, transparency and gradient coloring. From the foyer area one can go aft to the formal dining and main salon or forward to the on-deck master and VIP cabins. 

Moving aft to the main salon dining area one would find an open, light and airy area with a custom dining table for twelve and a 275 bottle glass front display wine cooler. The flooring is chevron pattern rift sawn oak, softened by sumptuous area rugs. Further aft in the main salon one will find a modified L-shaped sofa, coffee table and two custom swivel chairs with end table between, along with an additional low credenza and accent chairs. One can walk out to the aft deck from the aft salon doors. These doors are also used often as the preferred way into the vessel. 

Going up the stairs from the formal main deck foyer one will find the upper bridge deck foyer. One can go forward to the pilothouse passing a well-appointed day head on the way. The pilothouse is roomy with settee, large navigation console with state of the art electronics with many upgrades. Captain’s office and Captain’s cabin is found in this area. 

Going aft one will find the mature yet playful setting of the skylounge, which embraces a circular layout. There is a semi-circular sofa, designed by Vladimir Kagan, a Finn Juhl coffee table and chairs as well as a stand-alone table with four Hans Wegner chairs, perfect for coffee, tea, board games or a private meeting. Aft through the skylounge deck doors is a spacious area with a large outside dining table, built in settees on either side with additional loose chairs and two large side serving areas. One can go to the sundeck from an external stairway found on the starboard side deck. 

Up the stairs to the sundeck one reaches a large area with built-in settee, loose furniture and table aft. To port is a circular settee with table. Further forward to port is a complete wet bar with four bar stools and in the middle of the sundeck forward is a large Jacuzzi with ample sun pad area. One can make their way down the stairs one deck to the bridge. 

Forward on the bridge deck on the starboard side is a gym area with all the amenities. On the opposite side, one will find a tender area. Forward from this area either side leads to a beautiful bow sitting area just forward of the pilothouse. 

The main aft deck is host to a wet bar with four bar stools and settee with table and chairs, perfect for sitting, dining or watching the watersports below you. Descend the aft wide spiral staircase to reach the swim platform complete with shower for easy access to enjoy all the water toys. Just off the swim platform one will find the perfect water sport staging area in the beach club arrangement offered in the lazarette. 

BROADWATER’s size and volume is found in her tri-deck configuration, six-stateroom, 690 GRT build. She offers a superb design in which to utilize all the spaces aboard. Her stunning blue hull gives her a sophistication not easily found on the water today.

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BROADWATER video: 

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Specification

Length

165 ft / 50.3 m

Year Built

2000

Sleeping Guests

12

Cruising Speeds

14 kts / 25.9 km/h

Engines

2x Caterpillar 1500hp

Beam

31 ft 10 in / 9.4 m

Builder

Feadship

Crew

Captain: Mark Jones + 11

Stabilisers

At anchor (0 speed)

VAT Registered

No

Draft

8 ft 10 in / 2.4 m

Designer

Adam Voorhees

Refit

2017

Flag

Cayman Islands

US Duty Paid

Yes

Amenities

General

  • BBQ
  • Beach umbrella
  • Coffee machine
  • Deck shower
  • Exercise equipment
  • Fishing gear - light
  • Ice maker
  • Jacuzzi in master cabin
  • Jacuzzi on deck

Electrical

  • iPod dock
  • Media movie server
  • MP3 music server
  • Satellite TV
  • TV all cabins
  • Wi-Fi

Toys

  • Beach games
  • Floating Mats
  • Inflatable floating island
  • Mono ski
  • Paddleboards multiple
  • Tube - towable
  • Wakeboard
  • Water skis - adult
  • Water skis - child
  • Water trampoline
  • Wave runners multiple (sitdown)

Tenders

  • Intrepid tender 37ft / 11.30m - 1254hp engine
  • Castoldi Jet tender 21ft / 6.40m

Diving

  • Brownies third lung
  • Diving by arrangement
  • Seabobs multiple
  • Snorkelling gear
  • Underwater lighting

Crew Profile

Captain: Mark Jones

From Wales in the United Kingdom, Mark has been a keen sailor since the age of 7. Having been a member of the Royal National Life Boat Institute for 3 years, he gained experience in boat handling and working under pressure. Mark has worked his way up in the yachting industry since 2007, crewing on large 252ft, 200ft and 180ft yachts, acquiring much private and charter experience. He has gathered vast yacht location berth and anchorage knowledge, including, but not limited to the Black Sea, the Red Sea, the Indian Ocean and the Adriatic Sea. Mark completed his MCA 3000gt Master license in 2016. He has been a part of the BROADWATER program since 2014 and this is his third vessel with the owner. He loves all things pertaining to the sea and will ensure that your time spent partaking in seafaring activities is thoroughly entertaining and safe. When Mark isn’t overseeing your flawless experience, you can find him at home in North Carolina with his wife and daughter.

First Officer: Luke Hodge

Originally form Brisbane, Australia, Luke studied marine biology and ecology before moving into the pet industry and specializing in fish, birds, reptiles and aquariums. However eventually his love of the water drew him to the sea and yachting. Luke started his seafaring adventures in 2008, and since then has cruised extensively around the Caribbean, East Coast USA, Spain, France, Italy, Greece, Turkey, Montenegro, Croatia, the Maldives and most memorably Thailand. His service has included time aboard Pegasus II, Fortunate Sun, Latitude, Titania, Lady May and Pegaso (now Naia). When not aboard he likes to venture to new places, anywhere lush green and wild and preferably where there is great diving and fish to be caught! Luke has a Chief Mate 3000 and is actively working towards his Masters ticket for 2017.

Bosun: Mark Patterson

Mark is from Adelaide, South Australia. He studied a Bachelor of Business specializing in Hotel and Resort Management at Le Cordon Bleu and The University of South Australia. After initially working in numerous five star hotels, he most recently spent 3 years selling Real Estate in the Beachside suburbs of Adelaide. Mark discovered the yachting industry while holidaying in Europe, which led to his first job as a deck hand aboard Broadwater. He has been with the program since and is incredibly proud to now be the Bosun on Broadwater.

Deckhand: Gareth Suckling

Gareth is originally from Durban, South Africa, though he grew up in Maryland from the age of 8 years old. He pursued general studies in college for two years and upon finishing school he transitioned into a role in his father’s carpentry business, though he had truly started learning the trade long before college and hence massed over 10 years of carpentry experience before following his love of the water onto his first job on a yacht with team Broadwater. To say that Gareth is excited to be here is an understatement. In his down time you will find him playing soccer, surfing and fishing.

Deckhand: Jeremy Finn

Jeremy was born and raised in Kelowna, British Colombia in Canada; his beautiful surroundings led him to grow up in an active and outdoors environment, wake boarding and water skiing on Lake Owanagan. Jeremy’s passion for sports led him to be two time national volley ball champion before heading to university and graduating with a degree in Marketing MGMT & Communications. Post study Jeremy trained and worked as a forest fire fighter before deciding to ride his motorcycle across Canada and down to Florida where he discovered yachting and M/Y Broadwater. Jeremy is excited to welcome you onboard and share adventures on the water.

Chef: Nathan Post

Nathan has worked with the Broadwater program on and off since January 2015 and has been in the yachting industry for over 5 years. He has been cooking professionally for over 12 years. We expect you will enjoy his relaxed and passionate approach to food as he aims to tempt you with mouth-watering combinations from around the globe. He is classically trained and he also specializes in clean-cut Indo-Pacific flavors, which may include trendy ‘street food’ versions from your favorite Asian takeaway to anything you might be intrigued by at Nobu. His cooking style is fresh and uncomplicated, enhanced with contemporary, modernist cuisine and techniques, as well as deliciously healthy options that every, new-world foodie will enjoy. When Nathan isn’t scrambling your eggs or assisting out on deck, he plays soccer and a bit of ‘ozzie rules’, enjoys surfing and being out in the sun – He can also quite often be heard singing (out loud), so don’t be too surprised if you do happen to hear him serenading your sashimi or humming to your hummus!

Chief Stewardess: Rebecca Kearl

Rebecca was born and raised in the heart of the Colorado Rockies. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Colorado, Boulder and spent four years after university living and working in Argentina. Rebecca interned at the US Embassy in Buenos Aires in the Press and Events Department, as well as carried out a number of Personal Assistant roles during her time with the State Department. She moved back to the US five years ago to pursue a career in private service and attended Butler School in Denver with the intention of going into estate management, however, she was intrigued by the yachting industry and decided to try her hand at private service by sea. This is her tenth season in the industry and Rebecca’s outgoing personality, passion for service and love of travel keeps her enthusiasm for her job in full bloom. Rebecca is committed to exceeding guests’ expectations while enjoying all of the unique experiences, opportunities and challenges that the yachting industry has to offer. Her hobbies include learning languages, exercising, yoga, skateboarding, basketball and real estate.

Second Stewardess: Leigh Anne Cawood

Leigh Anne is from Johannesburg, South Africa. She completed her degree at university in Hospitality where she gained a thorough general knowledge of customer service, housekeeping and laundry skills which prepared her well for her new venture in yachting. Broadwater is her first vessel and she is thrilled to be a part of our team. Prior to yachting, Leigh Anne was employed with a leading luxury tour operations company and during her time there her desire for travel increased immensely, hence securing her desire to set out for the US and secure a position on a motor yacht as a Stewardess. Leigh Anne loves to hike, exercise and has a great interest in photography and scrapbooking

Stewardess: Nadine Amsler

The daughter of an Austrian hotelier and Swiss mechanic, Nadine was born and raised in New Zealand. Prior to joining Broadwater, she worked on a 28m Sunseeker based in Monaco and also a 50m Trinity, completing two Atlantic crossings and cruising the Mediterranean and Caribbean seas. From a young age, Nadine was surrounded by hospitality and tourism, having grown up in a 5 star B&B in one of New Zealand’s most touristic towns, Paihia. It is therefore no wonder that she made the transition into the Yachting. Nadine has a passion for traveling, having finished her Marketing and Accounting degree in Barcelona, she continued to travel the world, with most recently a three week trip through Sri Lanka.

Stewardess: Chantal De Bruin

Originally from Durban in South Africa, Chantal started her life in corporate industry eventually working as an executive for Jaguar Land Rover, before finally succumbing to her love of the sea. Having been raised on the coast she has a natural wanderlust and after travelling all over the world for pleasure she finally settled into the yachting industry, joining M/Y Broadwater in January 2017. When not giving the best service possible Chantal loves to explore new places and anything that involves the outdoors

Chief Engineer: Scott Butler

Scott is from Durban, South Africa. He worked as a diesel mechanic for Caterpillar in South Africa and then began working on an oil rig before joining his first yacht at the age of 21. He started in the industry as a deckhand prior to transitioning into his true passion of engineering. His favorite part of his job is the challenges he is presented with and subsequently finding solutions for them. Scott recently purchased an equestrian farm in South Africa and he enjoys spending his time away there as well as free diving and spear fishing.

Second Engineer: Chris Nel

Growing up in New Zealand Chris has a love for the outdoors and the ocean. After leaving school Chris joined the navy for a brief time, which gave him a passion for boats. He spent much of his childhood in the water surfing and traveled the world as a surf instructor. He soon found himself in the French Alpes and in Canada snowboarding in the winter months of his travels before ending up in the yachting industry. He has completed 4 Atlantic crossings and cruised the Caribbean, East Coast USA, Bahamas and the Mediterranean. Chris is working towards obtaining his Y3 Engineering certification.

Layout

A beautiful and spacious Master cabin complete with office lives on the forward region of the main deck with a VIP Queen cabin accessible on the starboard side of the main deck as well. 4 lower king sized guest cabins are in the lower guest area. 2 of which convert to single beds and 2 of which have additional Pullman bunks.


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BROADWATER
Available in 3 areas
165 ft / 50.3 m
Guests 12
From $260,000
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