An immaculate luxury yacht refurbished over 5 years with use of the best materials and experienced danish craftsmanship. Bang & Olufsen stereo link and all required electronics. Equipped like a modern expedition superyacht.
Preserving tradition celebrating Nordic culture and design
The history of M/S NAVIGATOR relates to Danish maritime traditions and the Port of Copenhagen. The ship was originally built as a cable ship in 1941 according to the highest standards of the industrial area. Subsequently, in 1962 it was rebuilt as a training vessel for Danish merchant marine officers.
During the period 2005 – 2011 M/S NAVIGATOR was renovated while paying respect to the historical value of this unique sample of the official Danish fleet. The ship went through an exhaustive overhaul, cosmetically but also in its functionality. It was decided to preserve the original exterior appearance as well as the interior of the crew quarters. Likewise, the machine room was refitted according to its original design while adding elements required by today’s standards.
The remainder of the ships interior has on the contrary been fully updated according to Danish quality and interior design traditions.
Gentle environmental footprints:
M/S NAVIGATOR pays respect to the environment. Remarkably low fuel consumption marks the difference between traditional and modern naval dimensions.
Safety And Fire Protection
Safety and security equipment
2 * Zodiac 20 EC life rafts for 20 people each
Zodiac MOB boat see under Tenders and toys
20 Secumar auto-inflatable life-jackets + 2 life-jackets for children
11 fire extinguishers
FM 200 machine room fire extinguisher
ServoFighter C4 fire alarm system
Smoke indicators in all cabins/rooms
2 * Automatic fire doors
2 independent bilge pump-systems
2 Wiska search lights
Tenders and toys
Zodiac RIB / MOB certificate / 5.5 meters (18 feet) / 115 hp max 14 persons
Traditional modified rescue boat (1962) / 5,6 meters (18,3 feet) / 7 hp Sabb max 18
Small inflatable boat / 2.0 meters (6.6 feet) / 2.3 hp
The central area of the ship connects all 3 interior decks from the saloon on boat deck through the hall on main deck to the central hallway on tween deck. From the brass-plate-covered hall on main deck there is access to two single staterooms with one big bathroom fore and a guest toilet. The dining/meeting room with a large round table seating up to 12 guests is situated aft of the hall.
Further aft follows the galley on port side. Two double staterooms are located on tween deck – each with en suite bathrooms. Also on tween deck owners quarters including hall, large bathroom and large double stateroom. Further, the deck contains a laundry room.
The floors are floating and the lining is fitted with rubber absorbers in order to minimize noise and vibrations. Most of the floors and the main staircase in the hall are covered with lava clinker from mount Edna/Sicily; all furniture is manufactured in teak. As a counter balance to the modern interior the original doors, door handles, fire alarm bells and internal communication system have been refitted.
Crew quarters are situated on tween deck aft.