152' (46.33m) NORTHERN MARINE
LOA: 152' (46.33m)
Beam: 29' 5" (8.97m)
Draft: 8' (2.44m)
10 Knots
18 Knots
Location: Florida United States
Year: 2005
Motor Yacht
Motor Yacht
Price: Price on Application
Additional Specifications For Sorcha:
LOA: 152' (46.33m)
Beam: 29' 5" (8.97m)
Max Draft: 8' (2.44m)
Hull Material: Composite
Hull Config: Full Displacement
Hull Designer: Setzer Design
Deck Material: Teak and Fiberglass
Range At Cruise: 5000
Range At Max: 0
Cruising 10 Knots
Max 18 Knots
Int Designer: Setzer Design Group
Ext Designer: Setzer Design Group
Fuel Capacity: 16000 Gal
Water Capacity: 3000 Gal
Holding Tank: 800 Gal
Flag: Marshall Islands
Location: Florida, United States
Price: Price on Application
Delivery/Model Year: 2005
Year Built: 2005
Refit Year: 2022
Model: Tri Deck Motor Yacht
Motor Yacht
Motor Yacht
Engines: 1600 HP,Twin, 2005, Inboard, Diesel, Caterpillar, 3512B, 9783hrs / 9745hrs
Staterooms: 5
Sleeps: 11
Heads: 7
Crew Quarters: 6
Crew Berths: 10
American Bureau of Shipping
"SORCHA" has a private dining salon midship on the main deck.  This salon is lavishly finished and has large fixed windows  providing  unobstructed  views with  an abundance  of natural  light. The  private  dining  area  is centered  beneath  a golden  domed  ceiling with crystal chandelier. Ornate carvings adorn the dining table that comfortably  accommodates ten.  On the outboard and forward walls is rich carved wood cabinetry for dinnerware  storage. Access to the well-appointed galley is to port-forward  through the butler's pantry and there are French doors leading aft to the salon.
Moving  aft of the dining  room and through  a second  set of beveled  glass French  doors  is the warm and inviting  salon,  featuring a plush  seating  area of sofas and easy chairs surrounding  a large coffee table.   The entertainment  center is housed in cabinetry located on the forward salon bulkhead  separating  the salon  from the formal  dining  area.     This area also benefits from the large windows providing lots of natural light and extensive views.  At the aft end of the salon are varnished teak &glass sliding double door leading to the aft deck.
Aft of the salon lies the generous open-air aft deck protected by the sky lounge overhang.   Fitted in the overhead  are flush mounted lights, stereo speakers, and a closed circuit television  camera dome. The teak decks are protected by waist high boxed bulwarks with varnished teak caps and handrails on stainless steel stanchions.  On the forward bulkhead to port is a built-in teak wet bar with  stainless  sink, under counter  storage, refrigerator,  and ice machine.   Entertainment  on the deck is provided  via a 42" flat screen television  on a flush mounted overhead panel.   Port and starboard forward are hinged, latched wing doors leading to the side decks.  For added comfort a dedicated  air handler  provides  a climate controlled  environment.   Aft-centerline  is a varnished teak pedestal table, U-shaped bench seat and five deckchairs all fitted with custom cushions and covers. Stowage is provided  below the bench seat for necessary  safety equipment.   In the port and starboard  aft corners  are line handling  stations  with stainless steel fairleads,  two  sets  of stainless  steel  roller  fairleads,  two  sets of stainless  steel cleats on deck,  and vertical  warping windlasses  operated  via  flush mounted  foot switches  on deck.    At the  starboard  line  handing station is a two-part gate for passarelle boarding.   Teak treads with deck level lights and stainless steel handrails lead aft port and starboard down to the swim platform.
The  teak  decks  of the  swim  platform  are  protected  by removable  stainless  steel  hoop style handrails.   Centerline  on deck is a teak overlay quick acting dogged and gasketed hinged hatch leading to the steering compartment  and lazarette.   Centerline on the transom is a lockable quick acting  dogged  and  gasketed  hinged  door  to  the  engine  room  and  control  room.    Port  and starboard  are large  dogged  and gasketed  hinged  lockers  containing  a custom  dive  center  and ample  dive  gear.   In the  port and starboard  comers  are  stainless  steel cleats  in stainless  steel sockets  for dive ladders.   To starboard are flush hatches  for passarelle  and shore power  inlets. Inside the inlet  box are two Glendinning  shore  power  cords, one Glendinning  cable/cable  TV cord, dockside  phone/cable  TV  connection,  spare Glendinning port,  and  50-amp120/250-volt shore  power   outlet  plug.     The  transom   and swim  platform   are illuminated   via  recessed floodlights in the aft deck overhead.
The spacious,  full-beam  master  suite  is located on the main deck and forward.   Just inside the master  stateroom  entrance  is a private  office  and  comfortable  sitting  area. The sleeping area features  a king  size berth  under an illuminated  gold  leaf ceiling.     The elegant  decor  is quite stately and shows  off the rich joinery  work throughout  this suite. Access to the master  bath is through "his and hers" dressing areas with vanities  and wardrobes.   The sumptuous master bath is  adorned  with  honey  onyx,  green  marble,  and  gold  plated  fixtures  and features  a separate shower enclosure and a deep spa tub for total relaxation.
From the starboard foyer stairs leading to the lower deck is the guest foyer.   This area is finished in marble  flooring  and rich  carved wood  cabinetry.   A welcome  convenience  in this  foyer  is coffee station with refrigerator.  A guest laundry/pantry  room is conveniently  located adjacent to the staircase. Adjoining the foyer to Port isa cozy guest study offering a quiet haven with a desk, bookcase and sofa.
The  guest  accommodations   feature  four  spacious  suites  on the  lower  deck arriving from the central foyer.   Here you will note the recurrence  of arched doorways between the guest suites. Among the four generous suites, two feature king sized berths, one features a queen sized berth and the fourth features a queen as well as a custom raised twin berth.  Each suite is individually appointed  in comfortable  richness with fine silk bedding,  rich joinery  work, plasma  television, and ample closet space.   Each stateroom features an ensuite bath highlighted by honey onyx or granite counter tops and gold plated fixtures.
This galley area invites  owners and guests to socialize,  as it features a large u-shaped breakfast nook settee, perfect for morning coffee or a quick afternoon  snack.  This settee is situated in the forward port comer adjacent to a large window and directly facing the chefs area.  The galley is well outfitted with a wide array of equipment  and provides  abundant countertop  space for prep work, and pantry  storage  for all  of your  daily  items.  There  are  large  fixed  windows  to port, Corian countertops,  and vinyl wood flooring. Entrance /exits  to the galley area are via a door to the starboard passageway,  a door to the port passageway  leading to the dining salon,  and a set of stairs forward down to the crew mess.
The teak overlay decks of the pilothouse deck are protected via a waist high boxed bulwark with varnished teak cap.  The overhead  is partially protected  via the pilothouse  top overhang.   Flush mounted lights are fitted in the overhead.  The decks are cleared via waterways to scupper drains to  stainless  steel  grates.    Port  and starboard  inside  the  bulwarks  are molded fiberglass wing stations with canvas covers.
The pilothouse  is  located forward  of the  sky  lounge  and accommodates  a complete  array of advanced navigation  and communication  electronics.   A full bank of chart drawers, raised settee for ease  of viewing  and  a teak  and  holly  sole  completes  this  area.    To port  and  aft  of the Pilothouse is the captain's work area with desk leading and communication  center.   Aft are the captain's private accommodations that feature a queen berth and ensuite head.
From the pilothouse  a starboard  side passageway  extends  aft between  the staircase  foyer,  day head and prep galley to an inviting sky lounge area.
The  sky  lounge  features  an  L-shaped  sofa  to  starboard  as  well  as  a gaming table,  a fossil• embedded  granite  bar  with  stools  and  full  entertainment  center. A varnished teak and glass double door sky lounge aft deck.
Moving from the sky lounge through the double door opens to an expansive aft deck featuring a large,  glossy  inlaid  table  that  seats  10  which  provides  open-air  spaces  for  alfresco  dining protected by the sun deck.   Two curved settees with cocktail table are set into the aft comers of this deck as well.  This  configuration  is  also repeated  toward  the  bow, where two additional lounges  are recessed  into the house  coaming just  forward  of the Portuguese  bridge.  The teak decks of the aft deck are protected via low boxed bulwarks and waist high varnished teak rails on stainless steel stanchions.  To port-forward  is a built-in wet bar with stainless  steel sink and solid surface bar top. On the forward bulkhead is a 42" color flat screen TV.  Below the bar is storage and an ice maker.   To  starboard  side  of the  bulkhead  is  a built-in  buffet with  under  counter storage and solid surface countertop.   Aft of the buffet is a stairway with teak decking, stainless steel handrails, and deck level lights leading down to the aft deck.
The painted nonskid decks of the Jacuzzi and boat decks are protected via boxed bulwarks  and a wrap around dark smoked Plexiglas windshield with stainless steel frame.   Centerline forward on the Jacuzzi  deck is  a raised  platform  with  painted  nonskid  finish  and teak  overlay  treads  on centerline with stainless steel handrail up to a hot tub with hinged padded cover.  The Jacuzzi  is flanked  by a platform  with large  sun pads.    Centerline  on the  sun deck  is  a large  U-shaped seating  around with cushions a pedestal mount table.   Overhead is protected via the radar arch. Aft of the seating is a built-in bar with solid surface top and (4) fixed mount stools with covers. Built-in to starboard at the arch is a day head with toilet and vanity sink.   This day head is fully air conditioned and finished with ceramic tile.  To port is a wet bar with solid surface countertop and stainless steel sink.  Below is a refrigerator  and icemaker.  Forward is a built-in propane gas stainless steel grill with bottle storage locker below.   At the aft end of this deck is the articulating crane, MCA approved  18ft rescue tender and two jet skis.
The spacious crew quarters are located forward and easily accessed through a staircase from the galley.  This large area includes a lounge with seating for ten, crew mess, entertainment center, service laundry room with abundant  storage, walk-in refrigerator/freezer,  and four double bunk staterooms each with ensuite heads.  Additional accommodations  for the captain and engineer are located, respectively, port-aft of the pilothouse and to port of the engine room lazarette.
The captain's cabin is aft to port from the wheelhouse.   It has large fixed windows.   The cabin has a queen size berth, desk, chair and ensuite head.
Located aft on the port side of the control room is the engineer's cabin. There is a small desk aft with hanging lockers inboard.   The cabin has a separate head located aft.
"SORCHA"  is  a tri-deck  motor  yacht  that  is  fully  ABS-classed   & MCA-compliant.   She  is constructed  from resin-infused  fiberglass  composite  with vinyl ester  resin used in the hull  and polyester  resin used  in the  deck & house.   The  resin  infusion process  provides  the  optimum proportion of resin content to reinforcing material(fiberglass or core).  Resin infusion (SCRIMP) has  many  advantages  such  as lighter  and  stronger  parts  than  those  built  by  "hand-layup"  or multi-stage   vacuum-bagged   methods.     Her  bottom  has  a  double  core  of  1"  cross linked polyurethane  foam with a layer of fiberglass between.   The deck and house have a single layer of 1" cross  linked polyethylene  foam.  She has solid  glass  in the  way  of  stress points,  such as windlass,  anchor  pockets,  cleats,  struts,  bow  thruster,  rudders,  through-hulls, etc.  There  is Kevlar in the bow from the stem aft approximately  15 feet on each side since this is considered a high impact area.   There is also Kevlar used as reinforcement  in other areas of stress,  such as the windlass, anchor pockets,  cleats, struts, bow thruster, rudders,  etc.  Exterior styling and interior arrangement  by Setzer Design.  The final product  is a cutting-edge  world• cruising vessel with the strength of a trawler and styling that will turn heads with her elegance.
SORCHA"  is powered by a pair of Caterpillar 3512B TA SC freshwater cooled marine diesels, each rated at 1575-hp at 1600 RPM.  The reversing gears are by ZF with a ratio of 3.040.  They are down angle 8° gearboxes rated for medium duty of 1621-hpat 1800 RPM.
  • "SORCHA" has a pair of Northern Lights 99-kW freshwater cooled marine diesel generator rated at 1800 RPM, three-phase, 60-cycle, 208-volt at 344 amps. Each generator exhaust consists of a cast iron water jacketed manifold and turbo to a cast water injected exhaust elbow to a modular fiberglass water lift muffler to a fiberglass water separating muffler, all located inside each generator sound enclosure. The generator exhaust discharge is out the respective hull side all connected with blue silicone hose with fiberglass extensions. There is an exhaust temperature sensor in the outlet side of each water separating muffler.
  • Port Gen: 16,401 / Stbd Gen: 16,248 (April 26, 2021)

    • Bow thruster 24" - American Bow Thruster
    • Port and starboard windlasses - Muir 11000
    • Forward stabilizers - Trac 20 Sq. Ft • Aft stabilizers - Trac 26 Sq. Ft
    • Hydraulic cooling pump • At anchor stabilization