Matrix Rose (ex: BBC Challenge; Rusalka; Tooth Fairy; Aero Toy Store; Unplugged)

    
Project Name: Yacht type: Motor Yacht
Based concept: Sub type:
Imo: 8736265 MMSI: 538080033
Call sign: V7JU6 SYT#: Y00783
Flag: Marshall Islands Port of Registry:
 
Length Overall (m): 44.96 Length Overall (ft): 147.51
Length On Deck (m): Length On Deck (ft):
Length Waterline (m): 36.90 Length Waterline (ft): 121.06
Beam (m): 8.10 Beam (ft): 26.57
Draught Max (m): 2.40 Draught Max (ft): 7.87
Draught Min (m): Draught Min (ft):
 
Shipyard: Sterling Yachts Year: 1986
Hull: Status: Completed
Port: Ise Country: Japan
Comment:
 
Naval Architect: Sterling Yachts
Exterior Designer: Bannenberg & Rowell Design
Interior Designer: Yutaka Jojima
 
Hull Material: GRP Superstructure: GRP
Gross Tonnage: 480 Displacement:
Class: RINA
Class Comments: MCA: No
 
Guest Cabins: 1 Master, 1 VIP, 3 Double
Guests: 12 Max Charter Guests:
Crew Cabins: Crew: 9
 
Engine Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Model: S-16N-MTK
Number of Engines: 2 Type: Diesel
HP: 1,340 KW: 999
Total HP: 2,680 Total KW: 1,998
 
Engines:
Max Speed: 15 Cruise Speed: 12
Range: Propulsion: Twin Screw
 
Fuel Capacity (Liters): 62,450 Fuel Capacity (Gallons): 16,499
Water Capacity (Liters): 7,570 Water Capacity (Gallons): 2,000
 
 

Description

Photo credit : Gushl / Yacht-Images.com, text: Maarten Janssen

Two IMO numbers? 1034943?

Tooth Fairy was built in 1986 by Sterling Yachts in Japan, to a radical Jon Bannenberg design. At 44.8m, this high volume yacht offers accommodation for 14 guests. She has been designed to offer guests on board unparalled views.

An elevator runs from the lower accommodation deck, all the way to her top deck gym. It must be said that the starting point of the elevator on the lower deck, is somewhat awkward, as the elevator can only be entered through one of the guest cabins. A good alternative to her elevator is the magnificent Atrium, which is fitted with a glass ceiling, which interestingly is also the Jacuzzi floor. Located on the main deck are the circular dining room, the owner's cabin, and the bridge. One deck above, the full beam of the superstructure is used to house the yacht's two salons. The aft salon is equipped with a large bar, and baby grand piano, while her forward salon, the observation room, benefits from 180 degree views. Both salons have electrically operated sofas to create different room arrangements for every occasion.

The tenders are stored on the main aft deck, while her upper aft deck is completely dedicated to her guests. A large U-shaped built-in sofa offers both dining as well as lounging possibilities. Her top deck, offers further dining possibilities forward, where 12 guests can seat around a large etched glass table, while the aft portion of this deck, which is separated by the Gym, is devoted to the helideck, which can be used as a sundeck. Here you'll also find her oval glass-bottom Jacuzzi.

Refit details

Year Shipyard Work done Status
2008 Dania Cut Super Yacht Repair Facility Maintenance work. Finished

Exterior Photos