- 1986 -

2010 CUSTOM BUILT 119′ CATAMARAN

2,200,000 USD

French Polynesia

1986

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Boat Name

Haumana

Engine Brand

Detroit Diesel

Brand

CUSTOM BUILT

Engine Model

12V92TA

Model

CATAMARAN

Year

1986

Fuel Type

Diesel

Price

USD 2,200,000

Cruising Speed

12 Kn

City

Tahiti

LOA

119' 9"

State

N/A

Beam

42' 3"

Country

French Polynesia

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Specifications

General

Haumana (ex MV Reef Treck) has been built in Australia by Alufast in 1986. 

After her first life operating as a cruise ship in Australian waters, she has been completely rebuilt in 1998 with a Garvin Mair Marine Design Pty Ltd design and started her operations as luxury cruise catamaran in French Polynesia.

Layout

Large Skylounge for up to 40 guests with ample deck space including outside bar

Mid deck distributing 10 double guests cabins, each with ensuite bathroom, and a front owner's suite with panoramic 120 degrees sea view

Main deck with Large dinning room, kitchen, laundry, 2 double guest cabins with ensuite bathroom, crew mess, galley, store room and cabins for cruise manager, laundry and restoration employees

Lower deck with engines and technical rooms, additional store and laundry rooms and all crew cabins (for up to 14 crew)

Refits / Upgrades

1998: Rebuilt in Australia

2005: Port Engine overhauled

2005: Port Watermaker (18 Tons / Day) replaced (new)

2007: Stb Engine replaced (new)

2007 Stp Auxiliary Engine replaced (new)

2010: Refit in Tahiti

2010: New Washers & Dryers (5 each)

2019 (April): Last Drydock

2019 (August) Bureau Veritas Survey

2019: Hull and superstructure repainted / Interior Upgrades

2020 (Sept): New Certificates issued by French Authorities

Mechanics

Twin Detroit Diesel 12V92TA engines, 1000 HP each

Twin Cummins 135kW Auxiliary engines

Twin Onan Generators 135kva, 12/240/415V each, 50Hz

New 2020 A/C Split Systems

Twin Reverse Osmosis Watermakers (18 Tons / Day)

Fuel consumption : Approx. 200 l/h for both engines @ 12 kn cruising speed and additional 50 l/h for both generators