Total Guests (Sleeping): up to 12 (10 adults + 2 children)
Cabin Configuration: (3 Double, 2 Twin)
Palm Beach, FL, USA
125,000 USD per week + expenses
125,000 USD per week + expenses
140,000 USD per week + expenses
140,000 USD per week + expenses
Additional Feature Comments
In 1995 and 1996, KINGFISHER (then named CAKEWALK) underwent a stem to stern rebuild at Derecktor Shipyard in Fort Lauderdale, Florida under the supervision of Patton Marine. This rebuild basically covered 100% of the yacht, inside and out. In May 2000, this motor yacht underwent yet another $500,000 total interior refit. This steel hulled and aluminum superstructure vessel has always been exceptionally well maintained.
In 2003 KINGFISHER (then named SILVER CLOUD) underwent another extensive refit that included new interior, new generators, zero-speed, at anchor stabilizers, new wheelhouse electronics, put into class with complete MCA and Bureau Veritas certification and numerous other updates. Exterior painting is on-going at each yard period.
In 2006, KINGFISHER's new Caterpillar engines were installed and the generators were removed, rebuilt and replaced. New A/C plant installed. Completed a full paint job and interior and electronic upgrade.
In 2010, KINGFISHER had the hull, bottom, Bridge Deck and superstructure repainted. KINGFISHER is always maintained in superb condition.
Amidship on starboard side is a stunning two level marble entrance hall going aft to salon, forward to master and up the grand stairway to the sky lounge and wheelhouse. The sky lounge has been elegantly decorated with large chairs and a very comfortable L-shaped settee. This area is stunning with the satin finished, hand rubbed, cherry woodwork and large panoramic windows. This sky lounge easily converts to a theater viewing area when the blinds are closed and the 60" plasma TV, with surround sound, is lowered from its concealed area in the overhead. There is no better place to view your favorite movie or sporting event! Aft, through the double doors, is the outside lounge area with retractable awning. Further aft is the tender storage area that can be completely cleared with removable chalks and turned into an area that can entertain a very large party. Forward of the sky lounge is the radio room, pilothouse and captain's cabin.
Located forward on the main deck, the luxurious, full-width master suite has a king size bed. There are twin, cedar-lined, hanging lockers in the forward bulkhead with extensive hanging and storage space, also contains large safe. A desk and makeup table are located on the port side with a telephone on either bedside table. There are under bunk drawers available for storage as well as generous space on both port and starboard sides. Separate his and her baths, with "his" in Travertine and Jade and "hers" in light and dark green marble and Jade. "Hers" also has a full en suite Jacuzzi tub, bidet, and window treatments. "His" has an extra large shower stall with steam shower. Both have nickel plated sinks, as well as gold and chrome bath fixtures by Jado. The entertainment center features a 62" L.G. plasma TV with CD/AM/FM surround sound. There is an escape hatch, port forward.
Lower Deck - Guests
There are four guest staterooms accessed via a large guest vestibule equipped with a built-in bar and refrigerator for guest service. The two aft guest staterooms consist of oversized twin berths with a nightstand dresser separating, built-in dresser with vanity, hanging closet, television cabinet forward and en suite marbled baths. In addition, both staterooms have Pullman berths. Also, the port aft stateroom has an escape hatch to lazaret for MCA compliance.
The port forward guest stateroom consists of a queen bed with identical nightstand drawers on either side, built-in dresser with vanity, ample closet space, and en suite marble bath with shower.
The starboard forward stateroom includes a queen bed with identical nightstand drawers on either side, built in dresser with vanity, ample closet space, and en suite marble bath with shower. All staterooms have new entertainment systems including flat screen TVs. Port forward stateroom has a Pullman berth and a day bed sofa.
All guest suites are large, bright and completely freshly decorated.
Beginning at the aft deck, a large settee is featured on the center aft bulkhead with storage lockers underneath and a beautiful gloss varnish rectangular table between two cushioned chairs. This is a wonderful, shaded area that can seat 10 people. Located port and starboard forward there are counters with overhead cabinets for storage and doors that lead in to the main salon. Positioned on the starboard side forward is an icemaker, refrigerator and sink.
Entrance to the main salon from the aft deck is via electric sliding glass doors. To starboard, a circular stairwell leads to guest staterooms on the lower deck. The main salon is very spacious. Highlights include a settee to port with end tables on either side, two large chairs forward, one large chair aft, a built-in cherry desk with chair starboard and a cherry/marble hutch separating the main salon from the dining salon. There are plantation shutters on the windows which, when open, offer a spectacular view. A beautiful Yamaha Disc Lavier programmable piano is available for pleasant entertainment.
The main salon is paneled in satin finish, hand rubbed, raised panel cherry wood and is one of the most stunning Feadship interiors of all time. This area is furnished and decorated and provides the feeling of complete comfort and relaxation.
Forward of the main salon, separated by a marble and cherry hutch, is the elegant dining area featuring a large rectangular dining table. This table is finished in satin varnish with ample seating for 10.
Beginning aft on the boat deck is a supply of lockers with cushions placed on top for additional seating. The (3) 12-person liferafts are stored either port or starboard of supply lockers. Moving forward is the storage of the 4-stroke waverunner and 19' Novarania Equator - 2-stroke 250 hp Yamaha, 2005 tender and two tender cranes. A secured expandable lacquered table with 6 chairs is located under a retractable awning forward. Access to the main deck is via a port staircase.
Entrance to the sky lounge is through electric sliding glass doors. Once inside there is a large, over-sized chair with ottoman, moving forward an L-shaped sofa that seats four people. To starboard is a finely finished card and game table with four comfortable chairs. This area offers a very comfortable place to view that 60" plasma screen TV that folds down from the overhead on the starboard side. Also on the starboard side is the bar area that houses an icemaker, refrigerator, sink and surround sound entertainment equipment.
The sky lounge is finished in the same satin varnish, hand rubbed raised panel, cherry wood that is throughout the salon and grand stairway to the sky lounge.
Access to the sun deck is via the starboard stairwell. Starting aft, there are six lounge chairs located in the center and to port, there is cushioned seating for sunning. Two Crown helm seats and a double Crown, 2 person seat are situated forward. Additional storage lockers are located underneath. There is a custom stainless Bimini top over this area with a Jacuzzi hot tub aft.
Forward is the enclosed wheelhouse. Access to the wheelhouse is via port and starboard doors or forward from sky lounge boat deck. The wheelhouse is finished in cherry with black leatherette trim and teak flooring. A central console contains the navigation and machinery instruments as well as main engine controls. The radio and chart room is also finished in cherry and is located aft of the wheelhouse.
Electronics are located in wheelhouse and radio room.
The captain's cabin is located on the boat deck just aft of the wheelhouse and features an en suite shower and double bed. Crew accommodations are located all the way forward on the lower deck level and are separated from the guest staterooms by the midships engine room. Crew accommodations include a private engineer's cabin and three double crew cabins, each with upper and lower berths. All crew cabins have private shower facilities and heads.
Remote controlled searchlights
Deck windlass with 600' of anchor chain on both anchors
Generators and Electricity
Generators: (2) 90 kw Northern Lights, rebuilt 2006 - hours Port: 6,071 Stbd. 10,622 as of 05/2012
Output: 110V/220V, 3-phase, 60 hz, 100 amp
Shore Power: 208V, 3-phase, 60 hz, 100 amp; Atlas shore power converter
Audio And Visual Equipment
(2) 60" flat screen H.D. TVs; one in master; one in sky lounge
(1) Panasonic 46" flatscreen television (main salon)
New flat screen TVs in all guest staterooms
SeaTel 48" dish with 9 receiver units for USA and receiver units for European viewing plus Galaxy Central and Latin America receivers
(1) Sony CD and DVD, tape, AM/FM receiver (main salon), 300 disk
(1) Toshiba DVD, CD, tape, AM/FM FH-E8X (master stateroom)
(4) Sony CD and DVD, AM/FM (all guest staterooms)
(1) Toshiba DVD, CD, tape AM/FM (sky lounge)
(1) CD, AM/FM (crew mess)
Sony 20" TV, DVD, CD
Seatel worldwide wireless internet throughout entire boat
Fleet 77 B&M terminal
(16) Panasonic KX-T7000, KX-T123211D PABX telephone system 330 SSB
(1) Panasonic UF-770 fax
(2) Sailor C403, ICOM M126DSC, (6) Apelco waterproof handheld VHFs
(4) P4 ship system computers
HP 6500 copier/scanner
Transas Navi Sailor and Nobeltec navigation systems
(1) Furuno FR2210 color radar, ARPA-23 radar, monitor
(1) Furuno Black box 96 mile radar with Sony 23" flat screen monitor
(3) 23" flat screen monitors interchangeable for all ship's electronics and ship's monitoring system
Ship's monitoring system by FT Nav Vision
(4) VHF radios
Anschutz autopilot, Pilot Star D
(1) Anschutz digital gyro standard 20/Anschutz BSH/46/33G/94 gyro repeater
(1) Decca MK3 Observer compass
(1) Datamarine depth sounder
(1) Furuno FSN-70 satellite navigation
(2) Northstar GPS
(1) Leica GPS
(1) Furuno Navtex
(1) Furuno SSB with ham frequency
(1) B&G 2020 displays and B&G Hercules II wind and speed
(1) Nobeltec, (1) Transis chart system
(4) cell phones, GSM integrated with PBX
(2) Viking ranges and Viking ovens
(1) Amana microwave convection oven
(1) Cecil deep fryer
(4) Built-in, reach-in refrigerators (galley)
(1) Large walk-in refrigerator and freezer (crew deck)
(1) Miele dishwasher/sterilizer
(1) Kitchen-Aid garbage disposal
(2) Refrigerators (aft deck, sky lounge)
(3) Scotsman icemakers (aft deck, sky lounge, pantry)
(1) Electrolux refrigerator (master stateroom)
(1) Sub Zero refrigerator, guest area
(1) Whirlpool refrigerator/freezer (pantry)
(2) Wine lockers (pantry) - (1) large 200 bottle unit - (1) small unit
(1) Miele dishwasher (pantry)
(2) Caterpillar 3508 DI-TA diesels, 775 hp engines (Removed and rebuilt in 2006) - Hours: port - 4273 stbd - 4239 as of 10/2011.
N.R. Koeling (Copeland Compressor) 30 ton capacity air conditioning, Heinan Hopman digit climate controls in all guest accommodations, plus (3) Aqua Air fresh air units; plus heat
(2) Reverse Osmosis fresh watermakers, 6000 gal/day waterheaters included
(2) Quantum "0" speed at anchor stabilizers with 35 sq. ft. fins
(1) Keypower, 125 hp, 26" tube hydraulic proportional thruster
Alfa Laval fuel separator
Oily bilge water separator
Fuel - 13,800 U.S. gallons (52,900 liters)
Water - 4,200 U.S. gallons (15,900 liters)
Watermakers - 6,000 U.S. gallons (9,463 liters)
Lube Oil - 430 U.S. gallons (1,625 liters)
Dirty Oil - 430 U.S. gallons (1,625 liters)
Maximum - 13.0 knots
Cruising - 12.0 knots
Economical - 10.0 knots - 4,000 nm range
The engine room is entered from aft of the crew quarters through two doors, including a watertight, soundproof hatch. Upon entering the engine room, you immediately understand why Feadships are considered a premier yacht. From the placement of equipment, the quality of materials used and the excellent access to all important areas of the machinery spaces, a Feadship engine room has no rivals. It is apparent why marine engineers prefer to work on these yachts. Beyond the normal high quality machinery spaces, KINGFISHER's engine room has been maintained to the highest standards possible and shows the high level of pride taken by the chief engineer, captain, and owner.
Safety and Fire Protection
Pelco and Ad Quadview 4 camera, panning and zoom, (4) monitoring stations. Closed circuit TV system with (5) black and white cameras
Fire Fighting Equipment
Kidde rate of rise and smoke fire detection system
Fire bunker Gear 2 x cairns 3200021-03 SCBAs, (2) Janesville Nomex suits, boots, hoods
(12) Halon fire extinguishers
(5) Powder fire extinguishers
(2) Carbon dioxide fire extinguishers
MCA approved life vests
(8) Sets of flares
(12) Strobe rescue lights
(10) Hi-Tech PFD lights
(27) Merchant Mate Stearns life vests (adults)
(6) Children's Stearns life vests (50 - 90 lb)
(6) Children's Stearns life vests (30 - 50 lb)
(6) Inflatable harnesses automatic w/D ring harness
(4) 3001 infant's Heads Up vest
(43) Strobes for life jackets
(6) Strobes for harness
(3) 8 oz. horns
(1) Manual air horn
(1) Para Foil rescue kit
(10) 2 pack whistles
(4) ACR life ring
Headhunter sewage treatment system and fire and bilge pumps
Tenders & Toys
(1) 19' Novurania Equator Yamaha 250 hp 2-stroke tender
(1) 11' Rigid Inflatable with 5 hp outboard
(1) Yamaha 4-stroke wave runner
(10) Sets of dive gear
(1) Water skis
(1) Boogie board
(2) Ocean kayaks
KINGFISHER has always been a well loved yacht. Her beautiful lines, exceptional layout and sea keeping abilities have encouraged owners to create and maintain her as something special. The present owners have pursued this course and maintained her to the highest standards. This yacht has always been the fortunate recipient of constant improvements and upgrades.
It is easy to shop a yacht on price. The distinguishing characteristic of KINGFISHER is how many knowledgeable yachtsman have owned her, enjoyed her, improved her, prior to passing her on to the next appreciative admirer. Comparing her to other yachts on the market in this class, you would be well advised to research the maintenance, upgrades and ultimate price you will pay to bring them up to KINGFISHER’s standards.